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Ten dispatches on individualist anarchism from the Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade, an individualist anarchist group founded in 1986 in Massachusetts, USA. Members included Joe Peacott, Jim Baker, and others; the aim of the group was “[a] desire to avoid becoming a serious, committed, and humorless organization, coupled with the dissemination of individualist and other heretical ideas [that] made the BAD Brigade an object of continuous controversy within the anarchist scene.” The Brigade is part of the “individualist anarchist” tradition whose roots can be traced back to the writings and works of mid-to-late 19th and early 20th century figures such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Josiah Warren, and Benjamin Tucker. This booklet includes the following broadsides:
- Anarchism Without Hyphens
- Individualism, Anarchy, and Compassion
- Anarchism: Communist or Individualist? Both.
- The Poverty of the Welfare State
- Risky Business
- Insult and Injury, Ideas and Actions
- An Anarchist Defense of Pornography
- Multiculturalism, Individualism, and Diversity
- No Justice, No Peace, No Excuse
- Where Are the Anarchists?