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EGOMANIA! A Response to My Critics on the Post-Left

  • Posted on: 5 April 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Anti-Fascist News - By Alexander Reid Ross

My piece, “The Left-Overs: How Fascists Court the Post-Left,” has been shared on Facebook more than 2,000 times now and numerous interpretations have made the rounds. I feel like I must apologize for the inappropriate uses of “Left-Overs,” which unfortunately came across to some as against the post-left specifically. I would like to use this space to humbly correct what has been written about me and the subject of my article.

Against The Pull Of Simplicity & Disconnect

  • Posted on: 3 April 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From: C4SS - By William Gillis

Despite the right’s stereotype of antifascist activists as closeminded thugs or paid protesters in reality the majority have long been quite geeky, prone to lining their bookshelves with obscure fascist screeds and abstruse historical tomes. This comes with its own problems. Fascism is a multifaceted phenomenon to say the least and different threads can easily preoccupy a researcher their whole life. This has made fascist studies a kaleidoscope of particulars that can be forbidding for newcomers and resists general summary. We are all lucky then that in a moment when suddenly everyone is interested Alexander Reid Ross has undertaken the herculean task of mapping an overview of fascist historical and ideological currents across a myriad of directions and locales.

The Left-Overs: How Fascists Court the Post-Left

  • Posted on: 29 March 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Anti-Fascist News By Alexander Reid Ross

A few months ago, the radical publication, Fifth Estate, solicited an article from me discussing the rise of fascism in recent years. Following their decision to withdraw the piece, I accepted the invitation of Anti-Fascist News to publish an expanded version here, with some changes, at the urging of friends and fellow writers.

Anarchist book fair explores fascism and the political hierarchy

  • Posted on: 27 March 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From The Sundail

Readers of all backgrounds came together on Saturday for the third annual Orange County Anarchist Book Fair (OCAB) in Anaheim.

The event provided an assortment of workshops, panels and keynote speakers as well as space for vendors.