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(en) Latest Edition of Any Time Now

Date Mon, 12 Jun 2006 14:23:12 +0300

Dear People, The latest edition of 'Any Time Now:A Newsletter of Social
Anarchism' is now available in both the downloadable pdf version (see
the website at http://www.atnzine.net ) or via a print version (please
contact Any Time Now c/o Affinity Place, Argenta BC V0G 1B0, Canada.)
The latest edition contains 'Mondragon;Revolution and Reality' by
John Griffen- a critical review of the Mondragon cooperatives in Spain
and 'On the Matricentric Character of Early Human Society' by
anthropologist Harold Barclay.
This edition also contains two "anti-subculture" articles by
musician Joey Only ie 'On Becoming An Anarchist Juist the Way You Are'
and 'Free To Be My Own Sort of Revolutionay'. These are personal
statements. Just as an aside both Joey and I love the music of Johhny
Cash. Take that as you will.
There are also longer book reviews of 'Eco-Civilization' (by Roy
Morrison), reviewed by Kevin Carson and 'Five Waves' (a platformist
pamphlet by Michael Schmidt of the Zambala Federation), reviewed by Pat
Murtagh. Replies vis-a-vis the latter are especially encouraged given
the goal of ATN to "build bridges" between all "real anarchists" and to
connect syndicalism with anarcho-communism (and also "REAL"
individualism-those who see collective action as advancing their
personal liberation, as most individualist anarchists have through history).
Check it out,
Pat the M."
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