Fifth Estate #399 – Fall 2017 Out Now

  • Posted on: 18 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Sprout Distro

The Fall 2017 issue of Fifth Estate, the longest running anarchist publication in the United States, is out now. You can order the issue online or get a subscription. As more and more media turns to the screen and the endless stream of ephemeral tweets (both inside and outside of the broad anarchist space), it’s important to support print publications where they still exist.

Here’s the table of contents for this issue:

Opposing the Rise of the Far-right
Rui Preti

Defending Ourselves
Jeff Shantz

Antifa Under Attack from “Many Sides” & Doxxing
Fifth Estate staff

In Defense of Self-Defense
Paul Walker

Mainers Against the Klan!

The Anarchist Alternative in Cuba
Bill Weinberg

X-Files: Subversive Ideas
Jason Rodgers

The Museum of Capitalism
Bernard Marszalek

Dancing on Capitalism’s Grave
Paul Dalton

Right Wingers Charged in Seattle Shooting
Fifth Estate Staff

The Game of Not Seeing the Game
Mars Zaineb Goetia

Basque Country Squat
Errekaleor Bizirik Collective

The Golden Age of the Barbarians
James C. Scott

Anti-Toxic-Prisons Conference
FTP Campaign

Marius Mason Update
Cindy Crabb

Project FANG – Prison visits
Pepper Kincade

J20 Protesters Answer State Repression with Resistance

Tramp Printers – review
Steve Izma

Punk & Anarchy – review

Anarchist Filmmakers – review
Franklin Lopez

CIRA at Sixty
Sylvie Kashdan

“Detroit” – film review
William R. Boyer

Reality Wars – Notes on the homicidal state
Jack Bratich

Life is Not a Machine
Peter Lamborn Wilson

The hurricane – Poetry
Voltarine de Cleyre

Anarchism & Geography – review
John Clark<



the collective broke their no antifa rule

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