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Dat Early Days Collection
Dat Early Days Collection
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'dat' is a distributed web data archiving and transfer tool, originally developed by Code for Science, a grant-funded US non-profit. This collection preserves a selection of early and experimental dat archives. Note that important dat metadata is contained in a '.dat/' subdirectory, which is not displayed under "download" file listings by defaults, but can be browsed and downloaded from archive.org over HTTP(S) as expected.
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What's Left Boston
What's Left Boston
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Digitized Scans of "What's Left Boston", a leftist political newsletter in the Boston, MA area from the late 1980's.
Topic: politics
Lantern Library: Cousins of Anarchism
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by James Herod
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These political currents are considered cousins of anarchism because they are generally anti-authoritarian, usually anti-capitalist, often anti-state, or contribute in one way or another, directly or indirectly, to fleshing out an anarchist social philosophy and political practice. Council communism was essentially an anarcho-syndicalist tendency, with its strong focus on workers councils. Situationism likewise had a strong workers control aspect. Surrealism is definitely closely allied with...
Topic: politics
Lantern Library: Marx
Lantern Library: Marx
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by James Herod
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Given the towering contribution Marx made to our understanding of the world we live in, he has been given a section of his own. This helps to separate him from his followers (Marxism) and also even from Engels (who is shelved under Marxism). The idea, that is (too) popular among many anarchists, that they don't need to study Marx is entirely mistaken. All revolutionaries should be familiar with Marx's monumental studies of capitalism.
Topic: politics