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An Anarchist FAQ
- Paperback - AK
Anarchism has been in the news recently and many people have been politicised and radicalised due to the widespread shift in public consciousness about the failing political and economic system in the West. This book speaks to all those curious about other models and serves as a resource for readers wanting to learn more.
Anarchists Against The Wall: Direct Action And Solidarity With The Palestinian Popular Struggle
- Paperback - AK Press/Institute for Anarchist Studies
Part of a small but growing phenomenon in Israel since 2003, Anarchists Against the Wall have been boldly challenging the Segregation Barrier and generalised violence against occupied Palestine. The reflections herein offer a window into some of the most dynamic direct action activism today. Includes contributions from several well-respected journalists and political commentators, including: Bill Templer, Adar Grayevsky, Yanai Israeli, Kobi Snitz, Anat Guthmann, Anat Matar, Neve Gordon, Yossi Bartal, Sarah Assouline, Basel Mansour and the editors themselves.
We Are Many: Reflections On Movement Strategy From Occupation To Liberation
- Paperback - AK
'We Are Many' is a reflection on Occupy from within the heart of the movement itself. Examining key questions: What worked? What didn't? Why? How? Is it reproducible? The authors and activists in this collection point toward a movement-based framework for future organising.
The Politics Of Eloquence: David Hume's Polite Rhetoric
- Hardback - University of Toronto Press
Send Back The Money: The Free Church Of Scotland And American Slavery
- Paperback - James Clarke
Iain Whyte investigates the history of slavery and its abolition with a particular assessment of Scotland's role in emancipation.
Liberal Nationalisms: Empire, State, And Civil Society In Scotland And Quebec
- Hardback - McGill-Queen's University Press
Written by James Kennedy, this is a revealing comparative history of nationalist politics in Scotland and Quebec.
The Edinburgh Companion To The Histroy Of Democracy
- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
This substantial reference work critically examines the history of democracy, from ancient history to the directions it might take in the future. Over the course of 42 chapters, it explores the full breadth of the origins of democracy and expands the canon of democratic history by exploring new, and sometimes surprising, examples from around the world.
Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader
- Paperback - AK
This anthology draws together essays, interviews and pamphlets exploring the relationship between anarchism and feminism.
Arguing For Independence: Evidence, Risk And Tackling The Wicked Issues
- Paperback - Luath
Following an introductory chapter exploring why political argument deals in probability and plausibility across interdependent areas of social activity, this book offers a case for independence under six main headings - the democratic case, the economic case, the social case, the international case, the cultural case and the environmental case.
Political Discourse And National Identity In Scotland
- Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
This book addresses issues of national identity and nationalism in Scotland from a political and linguistic perspective. It compares a variety of attitudes and opinions from the political elite to the masses, examining the nature of national identity held by members of these groups and the differences within and between them.