Propaganda as History

  • Posted on: 16 August 2006
  • By: worker

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Surveillance the ACLU Way
by Thomas E. Brewton

British MI-5's success in thwarting the plot to blow up a large number of transatlantic airliners reminds us that hamstringing our own intelligence forces by the ACLU and its sympathizers has a long history.

Victoria Anarchist Book Fair: September 9 & 10

  • Posted on: 16 August 2006
  • By: worker

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September 9th and 10th 11 am - 7 pm
with a kick off show on Friday September 8
As well as 2 shows on September 9 nd 10 as part of the celebrations! Including Hip Hop, Folk, Punk, And Metal.

This event will be raising funds for Food Not Bombs

The event will include table space for book sellers, as well as presentations and workshops, including: DeSchooling, Anarchist History, Being An Ethical Slut, Gender and Homophobia, Radical Cheerleading, Independent Media and Many More!

2006 Great Lakes Anarchist Gathering in Five Days

  • Posted on: 16 August 2006
  • By: worker

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BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - Final Preparations are being made for the 2006 Great Lakes Anarchist Gathering in Bowling Green, Ohio, which will take place this coming Saturday and Sunday, August 19th and 20th.

The regional anarchist gathering will be held at the UCF community center at 313 Thurstin in Bowling Green, Ohio, near Bowling Green State University, beginning at 10am Saturday, August 19th and ending Sunday night. This event is open to the public and is free to attend, though donations are always welcome.

Richard Mock Dies at 61

  • Posted on: 11 August 2006
  • By: worker

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This obit glosses over the fact that Mock was a frequent contributor to the radical press, and his work appeared on many covers of 'Fifth Estate' and
'Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed'.

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Richard Mock, Sculptor, Painter and Editorial
Cartoonist, 61, Dies
By ROBERTA SMITH

Richard Mock, a painter and sculptor whose interest in politics led to a second career as an editorial cartoonist, died on July 28 in Brooklyn, where he
lived. He was 61.

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