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My Favorite Books from 2016

There are many piles of books that exist in my life. Many. But the most notable of these are “the books I’ve read” versus “the books that I want to read.” I try to do my best to keep the latter from growing out of control (emphasis on “try”) and find that the best way to manage this is to steadily move books from the “want to read” to the “I’ve read” pile. 3,123 more words

Wplongform

Murray Bookchin and the Rojava revolution

I first heard of Murray Bookchin when I read that his philosophy had been adopted by the Kurdish fighters in Syria.

The Kurds are the only faction in the current struggles in the Middle East that I root for. 319 more words

War And Peace

Interview met Janet Biehl

Op 23 mei 2016 nodigden diverse organisaties Janet Biehl uit voor een gesprek in Brussel. Janet Biehl is schrijfster, afkomstig uit de Verenigde Staten en gespecialiseerd in het libertair municipalisme en de sociale ecologie. 211 more words

Counterpower

[‘Dilar Dirik, Sixth New World Summit, 29–31 January 2016, Utrecht.’ Photo: New World Summit]

The late American historian and political theorist, Murray Bookchin (1921–2006), remains a prominent theorist of the peoples’ assembly. 698 more words

Activism