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New books at Jura this week.

New books this week:

No Regrets: Counter-culture and Anarchism in Vancouver, Larry Gambone, $35;

The Meaning of Freedom and Other Difficult Dialogues, Angela Davis, $24;

Workers Councils and the Economics of Self-Managed Society, Cornelius castoriadis, $18;

Freedom is a constant Struggle, Angela Davis, $24;

New titles from AK at Jura - Don't forget the Book Sale finishes soon.

Hi Jurans & friends,

Here are the latest titles:

Living Anarchism: Jose Peirats and the Spanish Anarcho-Syndicalist Movement, Chris Ealham, $30;

Understand Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice, David Pilgrim, $25;

Loads of new titles from PM Press

Hi everyone,

Lots of new titles from PM Press:

Joe Hill: The IWW & the Making of a Revolutionary Working Class Counterculture, Franklin Rosemont, $37;

Voices of the Paris Commune, (ed) Mitchell Abidor, $19;

One Chord Wonders: Power and Meaning in Punk Rock, Dave Laing, $22;

New mental dynamite for your end of year reading

Hi everyone,

Instead of the usual, maybe an unusual end of year gift might help to change the world for the better, one page at a time:

New titles and restock:

Whipping Girl: A transsexual woman of sexism and the scapegoating of femininity, Julia Serano, $24;

Latest titles from AK Press

Hi Jura supporters,

here are the new titles - the fourth box from AK has finally come through, it seems that Aust Post is still having difficulties with the new address for our post office.

Large Slingshots, $16;

Making Sense of Anarchism: Errico Malatesta, 1889-1900, (Ed) David Turcato, $26;

(back in stock) Memoirs of a Revolutionist, Peter Kropotkin, $30;

Art and Society: Lectures and Essays by William Morris, (Ed) Gary Zabel, $24;

Artpolitik: Social Anarchist Aesthetics in an Age of Fragmentation, Neala Schleuning, $36.

New books on poetry by Collective Effort Press

Hi,
We've got a heap of new poetry books, some from PiO's book launch of his biography at Jura last week, and other titles from Collective Effort Press:

'Fitzroy', PiO, $46.
'925'workers poetry from australis 1978-1983, ed by jeltje, $17,
'The number poems', PiO, $17,
'Unusual Works No.18', collective effort press, (with bonus CD) $8.50,
'A Loose Thread' by Thalia, introduced & edited by PiO, $30.

Ciao.

New titles this week.

Hi peoples,
Slingshot diaries (of many colours) (small) $9;
Lies ll: A journal of materialist feminism (Aug 2015), LIES collective, $15;
The Anarchist Cookbook, Keith McHenry, $30.
 See you at Jura.

New titles available at Jura

Hi good people,

 

Here are the latest titles at Jura:

 

Isadora Speaks: Wriings & Speeches of Isadora Duncan, (ed) F. Rosemont, $18;

 

New from Microcosm Publishing

Hi Jurans,The latest new material at Jura - from Microcosm Publishing: Wages so Low You'll Freak, Mike Pudd'hhead, $23 (account from a young punk of his four-year experience in organising workers in a fast food chain in the US);Edible Secrets, Michael Hoerger & Mia Partlow, $18 (de-classified information from the US military, CIA etc...

Latest new titles from AK Press

Hi everyone,Here are new titles:The Experiment of West Kurdistan: Feminism, Anti-sectarianism and Collectivism in the Syrian Revolution, Zaher Baher, $7;Companeras: Zapatista Women's Stories, Hilary Klein, $30;Cesar Chavez: Autobiography of La Causa, Jacques Levy, $30;Octavia's Brood: Seicne fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements, Adreienne Brown, 427;Men Explain Things to Me, Rebecca Solnit (hardback), $24;Perspectives #28, Institute for Anarchist Studies, $18;A Grand Cause: The Hunger Strike and the Deportation of Anarchists from Soviet Russia, G.

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