Monthly Archives: August 2014

Anti-capitalist economies in post-15M spain: Mondragón, Cooperatives and Okupations

… I am bound to suppose that the realisation of Socialism will tend to make men happy.  What is it then that makes people happy?  Free and full life and the consciousness of life. William Morris In spain, there are … Continue reading

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Creating through resistance: The ZAD in Notre-Dame-des-Landes

Since the winter of 2012-2013, the Notre-Dame-des Landes resistance/okupation against the french government’s plan to build an airport in the midst of agricultural and forest lands has met with ongoing opposition.  We chronicle here some of that continuing creativity, since … Continue reading

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Tomás Ibáñez: “One never takes power, it is power which takes us”

On the occasion of the publication of Tomás Ibáñez’ book, Anarquismo es movimiento, we republish below, in translation, an interview with him that appeared in La Marea (29/06/2014): a reading of contemporary anarchism.

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