[act-ma] The Northeastern Anarchist #14 is out now!

boston at nefac.net boston at nefac.net
Thu Jul 9 19:55:48 PDT 2009

Issue #14 of The Northeastern Anarchist is out!

The Northeastern Anarchist is a journal of anarchist communist theory and
practice. It is edited by the Northeastern Federation of Anarchist
Communists (NEFAC). The magazine keeps growing in size and is still
available to you for $4. There are 44 pages of new reading inside this
issue's shiny cover. Check out ordering info and a list of articles below.

Get in touch to get a copy in person. Otherwise, ordering info is below.



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1. Change We Need, an Anarchist Perspective on the 2008 Election

2. Journal of a Long Struggle, the 2007-2008 student strike in Quebec by
Julie Des

3. Sex Workers are Doing it for Themselves, Why the Radical Left Should
Care about Sex Workers Rights
by Susan Rohwer

4. Another Approach for Radicals, the Anti-Capitalist Bloc @ the RNC, an
I.W.W. Report
by Kieran

5. Class Struggle Anarchist Conference, New York City, May 31-June1, 2008
by Mitch

6. Must the Molecules Fear as the Engine Dies? Notes on the Wall Street
by Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis

7. Solidarity With the Bolivian People
by FAG, FAO and FAU

8. Strengthening Anarchism's Gender Analysis, lessons from the
trans-feminist movement
by Rogue

9. Towards an Anarchist History of the Chinese Revolution
by Andrew Flood

10. Students and Revolutionary Organization, an Interview with Alternative


1. Dancing in the Streets, A History of Collective Joy, written by Barbara

2. Free Comrades, Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States,
1895-1917, written by Terrance Kissack

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