Into Libraries

In every city and in most towns there still exist such bastions of communism so radical as to make even dastardly terrorist cells like the Pirate Bay pale by comparison. For in these crooked dens one might find not just the free sharing of information but non-consumable physical goods as well. Some even allow you to checkout tools! Libraries are one of the few places where the ideology of theft and censorship that is intellectual property has never really taken root. It should come as no surprise that we love libraries and what they stand for, even in those situations where their operation has unfortunately been seized by the state.

We believe the marketplace of ideas should be truly free. And in the same idealism that Libraries are founded on we’ve released all our books as PDFs. But there’s still something to be said for physical copies. As a media center we do what we can to get our ideas into newspapers and venues of all forms around the world, but when it comes to your local library, nothing beats filling out a request form in person! That’s why we’re calling upon all our supporters to help us get our books into libraries near you.

More often than not libraries will pick up a request, especially if filled out completely, but of course the more people who make it the more assured it is.

Title: Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty
Editors: Gary Chartier & Charles W. Johnson
Publisher: Minor Compositions (Autonomedia Imprint)
ISBN: 978-1570272424
OCLC #: 757148527
Price: $32
Format: Softcover
Edition: 1st. Edition
Date: November 5, 2011

You can check our progress here!