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(en) The "Common Voice" journal is out now

From Worker <a-infos-en@ainfos.ca>
Date Thu, 5 Feb 2004 19:30:23 +0100 (CET)

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From: RRobincox-A-aol.com - Dear Friends
This is to let you know that the first issue of Common Voice , "an Electronic
Journal of Non-Market, Anti-State ideas*" is out now. You can access it at
The journal is published in association with the World in Common group (
www.worldincommon.org). We hope to carry on with the valuable work started by
Frank Girard's popular Discussion Bulletin, which sadly ceased publication last
year. Like the 'DB', our aim is twofold - firstly to give a voice to the 'thin red/black
line' of the anti-statist, anti-market political sector; and secondly to develop the
commonalities that unite the diverse strands of thinking within our revolutionary sector.

With that in mind, we would like to invite individuals and groups belonging
to this sector to join our main on-line forum (at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/worldincommon/) to discuss any issues raised
in this first issue of Common Voice or, indeed, to particpate in a general
discussion of ideas relevant to our sector

Can we also take this opportunity to point out that we are seeking
contributions - in the form of articles, letters, commentary, book reviews, website
links, poems, artwork etc. - for the next issue to be published in May 2004. The
deadline for receiving submissions to this issue is April 1st, 2004.

For our second issue we have decided to go with an 'open theme.' This means
that basically we will consider all submissions that are relevant to our
political sector - anti-market, anti-state and anti-vanguardist socialists,
communists and anarchists. Some possible topics of interest include (but are certainly
not restricted to):

the potential for revolutionary transformation in the present;
the revolutionary potential of communes, intentional communities, LETS,
autonomous spaces etc.;
the relationship between feminism and socialism/communism/anarchism;
debates over 'historical materialism';
encouraging communication and co-operation between groups in our political
'free access' and a non-monetary system of production and distribution;
the anti-war movement;
debates over 'human nature';
what is 'class struggle'?;
the psychological/spiritual dimensions of revolutionary change;
reviews of popular music, art, TV shows, theatre etc.

Submissions can include original material written especially for Common Voice
or material that has already been published elsewhere and that would benefit
from a wider audience of groups in our sector.

We would prefer it if all submissions were made electronically where possible
- via e-mail or as a document file (Microsoft Word etc.) on CD-ROM, floppy or
zip disk, although we are also happy to accept material that is typed or

Finally, we would also be grateful to receive a brief description of your
organisation or group (if you belong to one) - along with a contact address - to
be included in our contacts page.
The standard 'form' for this information is available on the 'contacts' page
of the CV website - all you need to do is to complete it!

Please submit all material to the address below. We look forward to your

For a world in common,

The Editorial Team,
Common Voice
Box 44
Greenleaf Bookshop
82 Colston Street
Bristol, UK

E-mail: commonvoice@blueyonder.co.uk

It is a journal for the non-market anti-statist
sector which would include anarchists,
anarchosyndicalists, council communists, l
ibertarian communists and so on.


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