Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Free Voice of Labor/Freie Arbeiter Stimme: The Jewish Anarchists

“The Free Voice of Labor: The Jewish Anarchists” traces the history of a Yiddish anarchist newspaper (Fraye Arbeter Shtime – The Free Voice of Labor) publishing its final issue after 87 years. Narrated by anarchist historian Paul Avrich, the story … Continue reading

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The ecstasy of revolution: Gustav Landauer

Only when anarchy becomes, for us, a dark, deep dream, not a vision attainable through concepts, can our ethics and our actions become one. We want to be everything though: humans, animals, and Gods!  We want to be heroes! In … Continue reading

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Anti-fascism: A struggle against fear

A foreigner, returning from a trip to the Third Reich When asked who really ruled there, answered: Fear. Bertold Brecht Fear is the food of the sovereign.  Fear of the enemy without, fear of those enemies who may also lie … Continue reading

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