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Northeastern Anarchist #2 out now!
15 Jul 2001
Modified: 16 Jul 2001
The Northeastern Anarchist is the English-language magazine of the Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists (NEFAC), covering news of revolutionary resistance from the region and around the globe, and publishing class struggle anarchist theory, history and analysis in an effort to further develop anarchist communist ideas and practice.
The Northeastern Anarchist:
Magazine of the Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists

Issue #2 / Summer 2001 out now (and expanded to 56 pages)!

Single copies are $5ppd; subscriptions are $15ppd for four issues (please add $3 for international). For distribution, bundle orders are $3 per copy for three or more copies, and $2.50 for 10 or more. Checks and money orders can be made out to "Northeastern Anarchist", and sent to: PO Box
230685, Boston, MA 02123.



-- Breaking The Barricades: Quebec's Carnival of Resistance Against Capitalism
-- Building a Capmpaign of Solidarity and General Amnesty (Nicolas Phebus)
-- Something Did Start in Quebec City: North America's Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Movement (Cindy Milstein)
-- Did we 'Radicalize This'?: An Insider's Look at the Quebec Protests (Nicolas Phebus)
-- Awkwesasne: How a Direct Action Didn't Happen (Eric Laursen)


-- Where Do We Go Now? Towards A Fresh Revolutionary Strategy (NEFAC)
-- (the) Mechanics of Disrepair: Globalization, Capitalism and Some Ideas on What to Do About it (Commie00)
-- A New Syndicalism? (Flint Jones)
-- The Road to the Barricades Runs Through the Neighborhoods: Encouraging Self-Organization in Communities (Becky)
-- Sexism in the Anarchist Movement (Angela Beallor)
-- Anarchism and Collective Organization (Matt)
-- Civil Rights, the Black Panthers, Anarchism and Today: An Interview with Lorenzo KomBoa Ervin and JoNina Abron (YearZero)


-- News from the Northeast --
The resurgence of anarchist collectives in the region; black bloc marches for women's reproductive freedom; MacKay St. tenants evicted in Montreal; anti-racists clash with nazis in Connecticut; prison riot in Massachusetts; OCAP eviction-action in Toronto; FBI targets Long Island
anarchist collective; St. Jean Baptiste riots in Montreal; anarchist bookfair reports from Baltimore, Montreal, and New England; upcoming anti-capitalist convergence in DC; etc.

-- International News --
Extreme repression in Gothenburg; Asian youth riot against fascism in Oldham; Bolivian workers stage militant occupation; rebellion in Cincinnati; international anarchist meeting in Madrid; Ugandan police search for student anarchists; RZ trial begins in Berlin; Vrankrijk squat threatened; Daewoo strike in Korea; anti-privatization riot in Papua New Guinea; international reports from Mayday; Autonome Antifa; etc.

-- Book Reviews --
Cuban Anarchism: The History of a Movement (Fernandez); Feminism is for Everybody (hooks); Charlotte Wilson's Anarchist Essays (Walter); Days of Love, Nights of War (CrimethInc); Kuwasi Balagoon: A Soldiers Story,
Writings by a Revolutionary New Afrikan Anarchist (Balagoon)


For more information about NEFAC, visit us on the web at: (English) (French)
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16 Jul 2001
why isn't this stuff available for free, at least on their website?
why it is not free...
16 Jul 2001
Unfortunately, after printing this issue we are hundreds of dollars in debt. We have printing and mailing costs that still need to be paid, and the only way we can cover these is through selling copies of the magazine (we don't accept advertisments). Sorry, hope you understand.