The FE Bookstore is located in the same place as the Fifth Estate and can be found at 4403 Second Ave., Detroit—telephone (313) 831-6800. The hours that we’re open vary quite a bit, so it’s always best that you give us a ring before coming down.
HOW TO ORDER BY MAIL:
1) List the title(s) of the book, amount wanted and price of each;
2) Add 10% for mailing—not less than $.48 (the post office keeps raising their charges and plan to do so again in the near future. $.48 is the cheapest in the “book rate” class);
3) Total (Michigan residents please add 4% sales tax).
Write all checks and money orders to: Fifth Estate and mail to FE Books, 4403 Second Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48201—USA.
ANARCHISM AN THE NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT Alfredo M. Bonanno
A critique of national liberation and national liberation movements from an anarchist viewpoint.
Bratach Dubh, 16 pp., $.75
CRITIQUE OF SYNDICALIST METHODS: Trade Unionism to Anarcho-Syndicalism Alfredo M. Bonanno
Bratach Dubh, 48 pp., $.75
TITLES FROM BLACK & RED
REVOLT IN SOCIALIST YUGOSLAVIA F. Perlman
23 pp., $.50
LIP AND THE SELF-MANAGED COUNTER REVOLUTION Negation
96 pp., $.75
THE WANDERING OF HUMANITY J. Camatte
64 pp., $.50
THE BOLSHEVIKS & WORKERS CONTROL 1917-1921 M. Brinton
90 pp. $1.60
POLAND 1970-71: Capitalism and Class Struggle ICO
117 pp., $1.00
LETTERS OF INSURGENTS Nachalo & Vochek
831 pp., $4.00
MANUAL FOR REVOLUTIONARY LEADERS M. Vellie
287 pp., $2.50
This is not a complete list of Black & Red Books. All of their books are available from us or from: B&R, Box 9546, Detroit MI, 48202
ON PHOTOGRAPHY Susan Sontag
Photography examined as a wall between us and experience.
Delta, 207 pp. $3.95
THE RUSSIAN TRAGEDY Alexander Berkman
A long time out of print, this latest printing is one of the best books describing the early years of the Russian revolution. A first hand account.-
Cienfuegos, 113 pp., $3.50
THE ANARCHO QUIZ BOOK ed. Albert Meltzer
If you’re just sitting around for the revolution and got nothing to do, this book will help the time pass. Taken from the pages of the BLACK FLAG: Organ of the Anarchist Black Cross, this little book has all of the obscure facts that you might or might not have wanted to know.
Simian, 74 pp., $1.00
THE COMMUNARDS OF PARIS 1871 ed. Stewart Edwards
Made up of documents from the Paris uprising and a short historical sketch by Edwards, this book gives a good insight to the origins and events of this historic uprising.
Cornell Univ. 180 pp., $3.95
COLLECTIVES IN THE SPANISH REVOLUTION Gaston Leval
Freedom, 368 pp., $4.50
LABOR AND MONOPOLY CAPITAL: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century Harry Braverman
Monthly Review, 465 pp., $5.95
STATE-FETISHISM: Some Remarks Concerning the Read Army Faction A. Grossman
Spectre, 8 pp., $.25
THE TRAFFIC IN WOMEN AND OTHER ESSAYS ON FEMINISM Emma Goldman
Times Change, 63 pp., $1.75
BREAKDOWN: Data on the Decomposition of Society John & Paula Zerzan
Upshot, 10 pp., $.25
TELOS no. 39 Various writers.
Telos, 240 pp., $3.50
(no. 37&38 Also available).
THE REVOLUTION OF EVERYDAY LIFE Raoul Vaneigem
A brand new translation of a classic book by a one-time Situationist. Limited amount.
Rising Free, 280 pp., $5.00
FOUR ARGUMENTS FOR THE ELIMINATION OF TELEVISION by Jerry Mander
Devastates the medium, arguing that it is unreformable due to the inherent mediation of experience.
370 pp., $4.95
ANIMAL FARM George Orwell
Signet, 128 pp., $1.25
MICHAEL BAKUNIN: Selected Writings ed. Arthur Lehning
Evergreen, 288 pp., $4.95
PRISON MEMOIRS OF AN ANARCHIST Alexander Berkman
Schocken, 512 pp., $2.95
PARADISE LOST: The Decline of the Auto-Industrial Age Emma Rothschild
Vintage, 264 pp., $1.95
ANARCHY Errico Malatesta
A brand new translation of this anarchist classic.
Freedom, 54 pp., $1.00
LISTEN LITTLE MAN Wilhelm Reich
Touchstone, 126 pp., $2.95
THE DISPOSSESSED Ursula LeGuin
Avon, 311 pp., $1.95
TITLES FROM SOLIDARITY
HISTORY AND REVOLUTION: A Revolutionary Critique of Historical Materialism Paul Cardan
36 pp., $.80
VIETNAM: Whos Victory? Bob Potter
36 pp., $1.00
THESES ON THE CHINESE REVOLUTION Cajo Brendel
28 pp., $1.00
CEYLON: The JVP Uprising of April 1971
50 pp., $1.00
REDEFINING REVOLUTION Paul Cardan
24 pp., $.80
THE NEW MOVEMENT Henri Simon
14 pp., $ .50
THE LORDSTOWN STRUGGLE AND THE REAL CRISIS IN PRODUCTION Ken Weller
12 pp., $.60
THE FATE OF MARXISM Paul Cardan
6 pp., $.40
A CONTROBUTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF MARX John Crump
14 pp., $.40
THE MEANING OF SOCIALISM Paul Cardan
26 pp., $.40
URBAN DEVASTATION: The Planning of Incarceration James Finlayson
24 pp., $.80
Solidarity also publishes a monthly magazine that is well worth the reading. Write: Solidarity (London), c/o 123 Lathom, London, England. All Solidarity pamphlets are 8.5 by 11 inches in size.
THE MIRROR OF PRODUCTION Jean Baudrillard
Baudrillard examines the lessons of Marxism which has created a productivist model and a fetishism of labor. Asserts that Marxism reflects “all of Western metaphysics” and remains within the restrictive context of political economy whence it was born.
Telos Press 167 pp. $2.50
Jeremy Brecher’s STRIKE!
Re-issued by South End Press
STRIKE! tells the history of mass labor insurgence in the U.S. from 1877 to the present—as authentic revolutionary movements and their fight against the state, capital and trade unionism. Contains a new preface by the author.
330 pp. $4.95
LEAVING THE 20th CENTURY: THE INCOMPLETE WORKS OF THE SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONAL Compiled by Chris Gray
Finally, after two years we have a complete supply just arrived from England.
167 pp. $3
All of the publications in the below box are not available from FE Books at this time!
NEW BOOKS FROM CIENFUEGOS PRESS:
CIENFUEGOS PRESS, ‘OVER THE WATER’, SANDAY, ORKNEY, SCOTLAND.
The Guillotine At Work, vol. 1—Gregory Maximoff
337 pp., $10.00
A Woman Without A Country, Emma Goldman
16 pp., $1.00
An Anti-Statest Communist Manifesto—Joseph Lane
52 pp., $1.00
Towards A Fresh Revolution—Friends of Durruti (Barcelona 1938)
48 pp., $1.00.
NEW BOOKS FROM SOLIDARITY (London):
SOLIDARITY, 123 LATHOM ROAD, LONDON E6, ENGLAND.
Mutinies: 1917-1920—Dave Lamb
32 pp., (814 inchesby 11 inches), $1.00
History As Creation—C. Castoriadis
56 pp., $1.00.
OTHER NEW BOOKS FROM VARIOUS PUBLISHERS:
Out of The Ghetto: My Youth In The East End— Communism & Fascism 1913-1939—Joe Jacobs
320 pp., $6.00, SIMON, 29 TROUTBECK, ALBANY ST., LONDON NW1, ENGLAND.
Red Army Faction, $1.00(7), PATRICK ARGUELLO PRESS, 55 SUTTER ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CA. USA.
LIBERO INTERNATIONAL no. 5.
After being out of print for two years, this Japanese magazine (in English) is a welcome sight.
LIBERO INTERNATIONAL, c/o CIRA NIPPON SIC, CPO BOX 1065, KOBE, JAPAN 650-91.
Like Libero, this magazine has laid dormant for a few years, but is now back in print.
BLACK ROSE, PO BOX 1075, BOSTON, MA. 02103, USA,
West Germany: Prototype For The European State
24 pp., $1.00).
BLACK BEETLE, c/o 182 UPPER ST, ISLINGTON, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Never Again Without A Rifle: The Origins Of Italian Terrorism—Alessandro Silj
233 pp., $11.95 (hardback) PUBLISHERS, 320 WEST 105th ST., NEW YORK, NY 10025, USA.
Cannibals And Kings: The Origins Of Cultures—Marvin Harris
351 pp., $3.75. VINTAGE PRESS.
Law, Order And Politics In West Germany—Sebastian Cobler
221 pp., $2.50 (?). PENGUIN
(this book is not available in the USA, but we will be getting some copies within the next few months. Check this page in future FE’s for exact price).
A Japanese publication that has published four issues.
NAMAZU COLLECTIVE, 2.12-2 ASAHIMACHI ABENO, OSAKA, JAPAN (in English).
Some copies are also available from FE Books for $.50.
The Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla—Carlos Marighella
35 pp., $1.00 (?). PATRICK ARGUELLO PRESS, 55 SUTTER ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CA. USA.
Centro Documentazione Anarchica, CDA, via G. Reni 96/6 10136 Torino, Italy.
Rivista Anarchica, Edittice A, cas. post 3240, 20100 Milano, Italy.
Insurrezione, “litografia del FALCONE”, via del Falcone, 15 Bologna, Italy
Revolutionary Perspectives, C1711-C3, c/o 21 Durham St., Pelaw, Gateshead, Tyne and Weer NE10 0X6, England
(This is the organ of the Communist Workers Organisation—Hmmmmm).