Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs

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Fifth Estate # 363, Winter, 2003/2004

// Share this on…a review of Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs by the Curious George Brigade, Mosinee, WI, 2003, 154 pp, $6. See pages 63-64 to order. // Share this on…

Francisco Ferrer & the Free Education Movement

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Fifth Estate # 366, Fall, 2004

// Share this on…Today, the concept of a free school has many connotations. It can mean the freedom to choose what to learn or whether to learn at all. But whatever we mean by free, we can’t really discuss the …

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Art as Terror?

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Fifth Estate # 366, Fall, 2004

// Share this on…Critical Art Ensemble (CAE) is a collective of artists and academics who illustrate problems with science and technology through writing, performance, and installations. Their objective is to demystify high-tech tools so that the public can make informed …

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Mumia re-examines history of the Black Panther Party

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Fifth Estate # 367, Winter 2004-2005

// Share this on…a review of We Want Freedom: A life in the Black Panther Party by Mumia Abu-Jamal. South End Press: Cambridge, 2004 // Share this on…

Some Good Bookchin?

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Fifth Estate # 371, Winter 2006

// Share this on…a review of The Ecology of Freedom: The Emergence and Dissolution of Hierarchy by Murray Bookchin. AK Press. 2005. 491 pp. $23. // Share this on…

DVD review: The Net

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Fifth Estate # 375, Spring 2007

// Share this on…reviewed in this article The Net: The Unabomber, LSD, and the Internet by Lutz Dammbeck Other Cinema, San Francisco, 2003 www.othercinemadvd.com/net.html // Share this on…

Reviews

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Fifth Estate # 379, Fall, 2008

// Share this on…Oystercatcher #5 Review by J.L. Dale I’m young, but I still had grade-school fantasies about bathing my neighborhood in a heavy wave of pirate radio–my voice and my songs out into the world. // Share this on…

“The Universe Wants to Play”

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Fifth Estate # 379, Fall, 2008

// Share this on…Back in the salad days of the 1990s, the North American anarchist scene adopted play, not just as a personal tactic of freedom, but as a revolutionary strategy. Play was thought to be a way out of …

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Recipes for Disaster

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Fifth Estate # 368-369, Spring-Summer, 2005

// Share this on…a review of Recipes For Disaster, CrimethInc. Ex-Workers’ Collective, Olympia WA 624 pages $12.00. Available from the Barn: see page 98 // Share this on…

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