<table><tr><td>(From Issue #5 of The NYC RAT-- NYC's ONLY Anarchist Paper!)<br><br>
<table><tr><td><a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">by Wayne Price</a>
Northeastern Federation of Anarchist-Communists
Sunday, Jan 22 2006, 9:27pm<br><br>
<em>Why an Anarchist Organization is Needed........But Not a "Vanguard Party"</em>
<table><tr><td>Minor Blasts in Attica
23 Jan 2006 14:59:00
Sources: NET, NET Radio 105.8, ANA<br><br>
The Antikratiki Dikaiosini (anti-state justice) group claimed responsibility for the two attacks with homemade bombs that occurred overnight in Attica. The first blast was reported at 02:15 at NDâ€™s offices in Galatsi and the second at 02:45 at an ELTA (post office) branch in Neo Psychiko. Minor damages were caused by the blasts.
<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.monthlyreview.org/0106bencivenni.htm">by Marcella Bencivenni</a><br><br>
Philip V. Cannistraro and Gerald Meyer, eds., The Lost World of Italian-American Radicalism: Politics, Labor, and Culture (Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2003), 346 pages, cloth $79.95, paper $29.95.
<table><tr><td>Friday January 20, 2006
A new anarchist group claimed responsibility for three explosions across Athens yesterday, with police suspecting a link with Mondayâ€™s bloody bank robbery that left three people injured.
<table><tr><td>PROPOSAL: FREEDOM OF MOVEMENTâ€” A North American No Border Network
Through our work we have met some amazing sisters and brothers in struggle in Mexico, Canada, the United States and all across the world. We have begun to learn about each other and as a result, learn more about other groups and struggles emanating from what we believe to be similar and related causes.
PROPUESTA: LIBERTAD DE MOVIMIENTO â€“ Una Red Norteamericana que dice No a las Fronteras
<table><tr><td><em>The meaning of the New York City transit strike </em><br><br>
<table><tr><td>In 1920, two Italian immigrants, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were charged with the murders of Frederick Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli in South Braintree, Massachusetts. Their trial in 1921, riddled with anti-immigrant bias, was one of the most significant political events of the time. Many leading intellectuals, writers and artists such as Dorothy Parker, H.G.
<table><tr><td>Port Townsend, Washington publisher Loompanics Unlimited, purveyor of anarchist and outlaw literature for 30 years, is going out of business. The move to close has been prompted by declining sales and the decision of Loompanics founder-proprietor Mike Hoy that it was time to retire.<br><br>