Advertising Anarchism: Call for Submissions

  • Posted on: 7 August 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Call for Submissions
Please Post Widely

Advertising Anarchism:
The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Propaganda

For some, the word “propaganda� elicits fear. For others, it suggests a musty sort of nostalgia for the early part of the twentieth century when anarchists and revolutionaries used it to promote alternative visions of social organization. With the rise of advertising and government agencies entirely devoted to shaping public opinion, “propaganda� took on frightening connotations of manipulation and deceit.

Murray Bookchin: Requiem for a Pugilist

  • Posted on: 4 August 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>From <a href="">kazembe balagun</a><br><br>I only met Murray Bookchin once, in his apartment in Vermont. I was there as part of the summer program of the now defunct Institute for Social Ecology. There were 20 of us, cramped together on a couch, chairs and available floor space. Murray was in failing health even then, but he was generous enough to give his time and field our questions.

CrimethInc 'Convergence' has feel of a '60s 'happening'

  • Posted on: 31 July 2006
  • By: worker

CrimethInc 'Convergence' has feel of a '60s 'happening'
By David Krotz
Genevieve Montgomery told it like a story, the street theater she participated in Saturday night as the audience was leaving a performance by the Great River Shakespeare Festival.

About 50 CrimethInc Convergence participants suddenly appeared on the Winona State campus outside the theater, much to the concern of two security officers, she said.