Anarchism in America directed by Steven Fischler and Joel Sucher.
73 minutes – English
Originally released in 1983.
A brief, visual documentary introduction into the history of anarchism in the United States. Begins with the filmmaker’s biographical experiences with anarchism and moves on to interviews and historical footage. Bookchin, Avrich and Jello Biafra feature as talking heads.
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Race treason behind prison walls:
– Back From Hell: Black power and Treason to Whiteness Inside Prison Walls by Lorenzo Komboa Ervin
– Black and White and Dead All Over by Staughton Lynd
– Some recent prison uprisings from Green Anarchy
Published by One Thousand Emotions.
36 pages – English
Original publication date for Back From Hell 1994 ; for Black And White… 1998 .
Two essays on the intense problems of racism within the American prison system, and a small collection of information on prison uprisings from the early 2000s.
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The Autobiography of Mother Jones by Mary Harris “Mother” Jones.
Published by Charles H Kerr Publishing Company for the Illinois Labor History Society.
293 pages – English
Originally published in 1925. This revised third edition published in 1976.
Mother Jones was an Irish-American labor organiser, co-founder of the Industrial Workers of the World and holder of the title of ‘most dangerous woman in the world’ in 1902. Her autobiography traces her eventful life as activist and firebrand through some of the hardest labor battles of the nineteenth century.