Isadora Speaks

Writings and Speeches Of Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan & Franklin Rosemont ed.     1981     160p     5 x 8 This outstanding collection of the great dancer’s heretofore uncollected writings and speeches gives us a vivid new perception of her importance as an original and radical thinker. Starting with reminiscences of her … Continue reading Isadora Speaks

Sabotage in the American Workplace

Anecdotes of Dissatisfaction, Mischief, and Revenge T. Cox & M. Sprouse     1992     175p     9 x 11 Stories of frustration and revenge throughout all sectors of the american workplace: construction, restaurants, transportation, sex, factory, art, education, military, etc. $10-20 Other works involving sabotage, work, service industry, factories, military, 1980s, 1990s

Free Women of Spain

Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women Martha A. Ackelsberg     1991     252p     6 x 9 The members of Mujeres Libres (Free Women) were tenacious enough to create revolutionary change in their daily lives – these women mobilized over 20,000 people into an organized network during the Spanish … Continue reading Free Women of Spain


An Anthology of Emma Goldman’s Mother Earth Peter Glassgold     2001     464p     6 x 9 Originally published between 1906-1918, this compilation spans over a decade of provocative issues ranging from anarchism to sexual freedom, militant labor struggles, birth control, liberatory education, Leon Czolgsoz’s assassination of President McKinley, anarchist-feminism, anti-militarism, art, literature … Continue reading Anarchy!