To Other Working Americans
An open letter from Redneck Revolt to other working Americans, written in the wake of the 2016 election.
Coal, Corn & Country
Best of stories from Coal, Corn & Country—all rural, working class stories & history in PA with a leftist bent.
Looking at the White Working Class
Zine of David Gilbert's 1984 piece, "Looking at the White Working Class Historically"
Three Way Fight
Strategies for revolutionary anti-fascism and armed self-defense
Every Cook Can Govern
The hypocrisies of modern Greece and its modern parliamentary and congressional democracy.
Of Tea Parties & Patriots
The following article was written and directed towards members of the “Liberty Movement.”
Piece Now, Peace Later
While anarchists have become increasingly present in a wide range of struggles, our "movement" is in a stage of rebuilding and reevaluation of priorities.
I Will Not Crawl
Excerpts from Robert F. Williams on black struggle and armed self-defense in Monroe, NC
The Illegitimacy of Violence, The Vi
What is violence? Who gets to define it? Does it have a place in the pursuit of liberation?
A Plea for Captain John Brown
Written in 1859, on the eve of the execution of the abolitionist insurrectionary John Brown, by Henry David Thoreau.
On Women & Violence
Two essays on the subjects of feminist struggle and self defense.
Politicians LOVE Gun Control
Reframing the debate around gun ownership, from the North Carolina Piece Corps.
Real Resistance to Slavery
A history of the cross-racial solidarity that led to the collapse of slavery.
The Stockade Stood Burning
Rebellion and the convict lease in Tennessee's coal fields, 1891-1895. Zine by North Carolina Piece Corps.
Designed to Kill
Designed to Kill analyzes US border control policy, exploring how its actual effects and objectives differ from its ostensible purpose.
Diseñada Para Matar
Una cuenta directa de las políticas fronterizas de los EE. UU. Y las políticas comerciales que la han configurado.
Olive Drab Rebels/Harass the Brass
These two texts discuss the effect that the Vietnam War had on the American military, and its ongoing consequences, as well as attempts by soldiers, civilians and the left to organize within the US armed forces.