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Portugal: Histories of rebellion, histories of anarchism

Every year, since 1974, the portuguese state, through its politicians and institutional “nobility”, commemorates the 24 of April, as the birthday of the country’s democracy. Ignored, forgotten, brushed away, is the “revolution” occasioned by the military coup d’état of that … Continue reading

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Christian Jesús Ferrer: Anarchism, the antipodal star

A short and eloquent reflection on the meaning of “anarchism”, by Christian Jesús Ferrer (El Lokal) … There is nothing more mysterious than the fate of anarchism, an ideal that might seem exaggerated if it were not so extremely sensible. … Continue reading

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