Ammunition Books

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Fifth Estate # 292, June 19, 1978

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Ammunition Books shares space with the Fifth Estate Newspaper and can be found at 4403 Second Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 48201 (telephone-313-831-6800). Our hours vary, but we are generally open on Monday and Thursday afternoons (from 1pm to 5pm) and at scattered hours other times. It’s always a good idea to telephone us before you start the trek down, just to be safe.

HOW TO ORDER:

1) List the title of the book(s), amount and price of each;

2) Add 5% for mailing (not less than 30 cents);

3) Total (Michigan residents please add 4% sales tax) and mail to us.

Please write all checks and money orders to: THE FIFTH ESTATE, but mail it to: Ammunition Books, 4403 Second Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48201 — USA

MAN! An Anthology of Anarchist Ideas, Essays, Poetry and Commentaries. Edited by Marcus Graham

The monthly journal MAN! was published in the United States from 1933 until 1940, when it was suppressed by the federal government and its editor, Marcus Graham, thrown in jail. Compiled into this 638 page book is some of the best material from that journal, covering such diverse subjects as Spain, technology, anarchism and poetry (plus much more). As relevant today as it was during the seven and a half years of publication.

Cienfuegos Press, 638 pp., $6.50

POLAND 1970-71: Capitalism and Class Struggle by ICO Trans. L. Perlman

Although this translation is appearing six years after the events it describes, the facts and analysis it presents shed light on recent developments in Poland: especially those of June 1976.

Black & Red, 117 pp., $1.25

CHARACTER ANALYSIS Wilhelm Reich

Touchstone 545 pp., $4.95

THE LAST SLA STATEMENT

Interview with Bill and Emily Harris, Joe Remiro, and Russ Little about their experiences in the SLA, the Hearst kidnapping, the Foster assassination and their views on anarchism.

Dragon, 40 pp., $.75

HOMAGE TO CATALONIA George Orwell

Orwell’s recollections of the Spanish revolution with a rarely published essay, “Looking Back on the Spanish War” included. A new edition.

Penguin, 246 pp., $1.95

MODERN CAPITALISM & REVOLUTION Paul Cardan

London Solidarity, 2nd ed., 102 pp., $1.50

THE MAKING OF THE ENGLISH WORKING CLASS E.P. Thompson

A lively account of the English working class being dragged, kicking and screaming into industrial society.

Vintage, 848 pp., $3.45

WOMEN IN THE SPANISH REVOLUTION Liz Willis

Solidarity (London), $.50 (8 x 11)

THE OLD WAYS: Six Essays Gary Snyder

Snyder explores a host of themes related to ecology, place re-inhabitation, the coyote legends in a stirring indictment of civilization.

City Lights Books 96 pp., $2.50

SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE Guy Debord

Completely new translation of a major theoretical work of the Situationist International.

Black & Red, unpaginated, $1.00

CREATION AND ITS ENEMIES: “The Revolt Against Work” John Zerzan

A collection of some of Zerzan’s best writings on unions and the revolt against work.

Mutualist, 64 pp., $2.00

MANUAL FOR REVOLUTIONARY LEADERS Michael Velli, Compiled and edited by Fredy & Lorraine Perlman

Black & Red, 1974, 288 pp., $2.50

PARADISE LOST: The Decline and Fall of the Auto-Industrial Age Emma Rothschild

Rothschild unveils the forces which have made the U.S. auto-industry an industry in decline.

Vintage, 264 pp., $1.95

LET HISTORY JUDGE: The Origins and Consequences of Stalinism Roy Medvedev

Vintage, 580 pp., $2.95

COVER-UP LOWDOWN Jay Kinney & Paul Mavrides

Incredible cartoon book filled with 48 pages of facts & fiction. Includes some of the Lowdowns that appeared in the Fifth Estate.

Rip Off Press, 48 pp., $.75

THE IWW: Its First Seventy Years 1905-1975 Fred W. Thompson & Patrick Murfin

A corrected facsimile of the 1955 volume: The IWW: Its First Fifty Years, with a new chapter on the IWW from 1955 to 1975 and an appendix listing sources on IWW history published since 1955.

IWW Press, 238 pp., $4.95

1984 George Orwell

Signet, 267 pp., $1.25

ANIMAL FARM George Orwell

Signet, 128 pp., $1.25

THE FOUR IDEAL TYPES OF ANTI-NUCLEAR ACTIVISTS Jim Stodder

Stodder does a good job of explaining the differences between Conservationists, New Age Designers (Buckminster Fuller types), Socialist Politicians and Anarchist Primitives and their relationships to technology and its role in a different society. Ends with Stodder’s evaluation.

Self-printed, 11 pp., $.25

WIE ALLES ANFING: How It All Began Bommi Baumann

A personal account of the rise of the W. German New Left and urban guerilla underground. How It All Began was seized by German security police when it first appeared in 1975.

Pulp Press, 136 pp., $3.50

THE LORDSTOWN STRUGGLE AND THE REAL CRISIS IN PRODUCTION Ken Weller

London Solidarity 26 pp., $.75.

THE SPANISH ANARCHISTS: The Heroic Years 1868-1936 Murray Bookchin

This well researched book opens with the Italian anarchist Fanelli’s visit to Spain in 1868 and traces the Spanish anarchist movements’ checkered but steady growth for the next 70 years to the opening of the revolution in ’36.

Free Life, 344 pp., Reg. price is $12.00, but our SPECIAL PRICE is $10.00.

LIP AND THE SELF-MANAGED COUNTER REVOLUTION Negation

Using the illustration of the famous French watch factory, the authors show that the self-management of Capital is but another stage in the development of the capitalist economy.

Black & Red, 96 pp., $.75

THE WANDERING OF HUMANITY Jacques Camatte

Black & Red, 64 pp., $.75

ON ORGANIZATION Jacques Camatte.

Description of all political organizations as rackets and gangs.

Self-published 40 pp., $.25

CONTRIBUTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF MARX

Solidarity (London), $.50

FATE OF MARXISM Paul Cardan

Solidarity (London), $.25 (8.5 x 11)

ECLIPSE & RE-EMERGENCE OF THE COMMUNIST MOVEMENT Jean Barrot & Francois Martin

Black & Red, 1974, 136 pp., $1.25

WHAT IS PROPERTY, P.J. Proudhon with an introduction by George Woodcock

Dover, 1970, 457 pp., $4.00

Notes

There is a new book being published in England that was the last thing Joe Jacobs was writing before he died in March of 1977. The book, entitled MY YOUTH IN THE EAST END: COMMUNISM AND FASCISM 1913-1939, is a historical look at England during that period, thru the eyes of an active participant. It ends by being highly critical of the actions of the British Communist Party and of world communism in general from a militant standpoint.

The book will be out by the middle of September and will consist of over 300 pages. To help raise money to cover publishing costs, there is a reduced subscription rate of approximately $3.00 (postage included). All subs are due before the end of July. Write to: SIMON Janet, 29 Troutback, Albany St., London NW, England (make checks and money orders out to: J.L. Simon).

There is a new publication out from England entitled: BORROWED TIME: AN ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN BULLETIN OF NEWS’ CONTACT AND DEBATE. A sort of magazine along the lines of SYNTHESIS. Copies are available by writing: Borrowed Time, Box 100 Rising Free, 182 Upper Street, London N1, England.

The latest CIENFUEGOS ANARCHIST REVIEW (No.4) is on its way out. If you’d like to order copies in advance (which would help Cienfuegos/Black Flag overcome some of their financial problems), just send $6.00 (+ $1.00 postage) to Ceinfuegos, Box A, Over The Water, Sanday, Orkney, UK. Or, we should be getting copies soon and you can get them from us (which would help our money problems!).

Below are some new books and pamphlets that we don’t carry at this time:

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF THE HAYMARKET MARTYRS, Philip S. Foner, ed.

THE GREAT LABOR UPRISING OF 1877, Philip F. Foner.

Despite the title of the first book, it’s really quite a good history of that period and the men who were murdered by the State for their beliefs. The second is another good historical book, which is usual with Foners books (both of the books will be carried by us as soon as we can get them).

Monad Press, 410 W. Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10014.

TRAPPED IN SPAIN, Carlota O’Neill.

Solidarity Books (Toronto), P.O. Box 546, Station Z, Toronto, Canada M5N 2Z6.

COMMUNITY AND COMMUNISM IN RUSSIA, Jacques Camatte.

David Brown, BM 381, London WC1V 6XX, UK. ($2.00 should cover it).

LES CARREFOURS DU LABYRINTH: Cornelius Castoriadis.

Editions du Seuil, 27 rue Jacob, Paris 6e, France.

NAMAZU, Namazu Collective, 2-12-2 Asahimachi, Abeno, Osaka, Japan.

A new anti-authoritarian journal in English.

NEW LIFE, Sheffield Anarchist, Box 1A, 341 Glossop Road, Sheffield, England. A new anarchist journal.

TORONTO ANARCHIST, The Toronto Anarchist Group (TAG), Box 2 “0”, Toronto St., Toronto, Canada.

CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE MODEL WEST GERMANY: THE STAMMHEIM DEATH. This and other pamphlets concerning the situation in West Germany today can be obtained by writing to: Campaign Against The Model West Germany, c/o Evangelische Studentengemeinde (ESG), Querenburger Hohe 287, 4630 Bochum 1, West Germany.

SOLIDARITY FOR SOCIAL REVOLUTION, Solidarity, 124 Lathom Road, London E6, England. Paper of the Solidarity National Group (formerly Solidarity London).

RED YEARS/BLACK YEARS: A POLITICAL HISTORY OF SPANISH ANARCHISM 1911-1937, Robert W. Kern. ISHI, University City Science Center, 3401 Market St., Suite 252, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 ($7.95 for the quality paperback and $19.50 for the hardcover.).

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