EVER since its emergence in the late-1990s, first as a developing tendency and then as a fully-fledged movement, National-Anarchism has been growing steadily and motivating people with its message of political, social and economic self-determination. In this volume, the sixth in our series, we focus on some of the key writers and dissidents who have contributed to the overall development of our beliefs and objectives. As a result, therefore, we have asked some of our leading activists and supporters to introduce a specific Anarchist text that has inspired them in some way. Among the material discussed is The Anarchist Revolution (Nestor Makhno), The Theory of Alternative Green (Richard Hunt), Why Revolution? (Alexander Berkman), State Socialism and Anarchism: How Far They Agree and Wherein They Differ (Benjamin Tucker), Prisons: a Social Crime and Failure (Emma Goldman), The Kronstadt Commune (Ida Mett), Reply to the Platform / Synthesist (Several Russian Anarchists), The Wage System (Alexander Berkman) and The Tyranny of the Clock (George Woodcock). The contributors are Troy Southgate (Editor), Keith Preston, Wayne John Sturgeon, John Howells, Josh Bates, Nora Gillespie and Nathan Wild. It is hoped that some of the leading ideologues and philosophers of Anarchism will motivate and inspire you in the same way, causing you to reject nation-statism and share our dream of establishing village communities based on free association, mutualism, autonomy and organic principles.
October 14, 2015. Black Front Press. Paperback, 180 pp. The price includes free postage to anywhere in the world. To order this title or for any other information, please click here.