Nietzsche and the Anarchists

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Fifth Estate # 367, Winter 2004-2005

Share this on… John Moore was a controversial but intriguing English anarchist writer who passed away of a heart attack in October 2002 at the age of 45. He was the author of such short books as Anarchy & Ecstasy,

Brad Will, 1970-2006

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Fifth Estate # 374, Winter 2007

Share this on… I found out that Brad Will had been shot to death from a message that went out over New York City email lists on October 27. It simply said, “Fuck, ya’ll, fuck,” followed by a link to

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…

John Zerzan’s Twilight of the Machines

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Fifth Estate # 381, Summer-Fall 2009

Share this on… a review of Twilight of the Machines, John Zerzan, Feral House, 2009; 140 pages, $12, www.feralhouse.com Share this on…

The Zen Already in Anarchism

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

Share this on… The combination of anarchism with spiritual or religious beliefs is almost always controversial, even in the pages of Fifth Estate. Opposition to church, state, and capital is the holy trinity of the “classical” anarchist tradition, and the

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