A Brief History of Anarchist Fiction

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Fifth Estate # 401, Summer 2018

Share this on… Excerpted and reprinted from Fifth Estate #385, Fall, 2011. Share this on…

The Fall of Ekset City

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Fifth Estate # 393, Spring 2015

Share this on… Ekset City was on fire. Flares and napalm and hammers and bullets and the angry minds of angry men were tearing through three hundred years of architecture and three thousand years of culture. At the center of

Portrait of a Snitch

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Fifth Estate # 391, Spring/Summer 2014 - Anarchy!

Share this on… a review of Informant: A documentary directed and written by Jamie Meltzer. Information at informantdoc.com; also Netflix. Share this on…

We Will Not Be Broken

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Fifth Estate # 390, Fall, 2013

Share this on… We packed the courtroom to overflowing, some of our number forced to wait nervously in the hall outside. Jerry Koch, a New York City anarchist and legal activist, stood calmly and silently as his lawyer went through

A Brief History of Anarchist Fiction

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Fifth Estate # 385, Fall, 2011

Share this on… People sometimes inquire what form of government is most suitable for an artist to live under. To this question there is only one answer. The form of government that is most suitable to the artist is no

The Anarchist Utopian Imagination

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Fifth Estate # 389, Summer, 2013

Share this on… “There’s a kind of desire that, whenever it arises, is censored scientifically, morally, politically. The ruling reality tries to stamp it out. This desire is the dream of a second reality.” — P.M., bolo’bolo Share this on…

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