Anarchist Studies - Anarchist Studies 19.1 (Paperback)
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Anarchist Studies - Anarchist Studies 19.1 (Paperback)

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Debi Withers and the RAG collective reflect on anarcha-feminist working practices, the processes which shape the publication of their magazine, The Rag, and more widely on the obstacles to collective writing, drawing on the experience of the RAG. Sandra Jeppesen probes her relationship to CrimethInc. and examines its influences, sub-cultural influence and development. Her assessment focuses in particular on CrimethInc.'s treatment of gender and sexual orientation, racism and whiteness. Matt Adams discusses Kropotkin's approach to history. Reading the theory of mutual aid through this lens, he challenges readings of Kropotkin's work which emphasise his fatalism, and argues that his concept of evolutionary change was fully compatible with his anarchist politics. The issue ends with a debate between David Goodway and Allan Antliff on Herbert Read.

Publisher: Lawrence and Wishart Ltd
ISBN: 9781907103308

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