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The core idea of this podcast comes from David Graeber, who wrote that our everyday life is mostly run on anarchism, and at the same time people believe that anarchism doesn’t work. One of these is wrong. I hope to illuminate how our communities already depend on Mutual Aid, in big and small ways. I'll do that by excavating the historical events and cultural trends you already know about, but have never thought about in terms of anarchism. Find me at https://www.everydayanarchism.com
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For questions, comments or to get involved, send us an e-maill at audibleanarchist(at)gmail.com https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... A short text written by Errico Malatesta at the end of his life.audibleanarchism
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Happy Mardi Gras! The show should be back publishing new episodes in March. In the meantime, here's a rerun, and a link to a couple of interview I did late last year: https://pod.link/1705765872/episode/716e36494d7eff56dc142642d55c7c3b https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jelle-laverge/episodes/The-Core-Curriculum---Episode-1---Interview-with-Gr…
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For questions, comments or to get involved, send us an e-maill at audibleanarchist(at)gmail.com A reading of several texts about ADHD under capitalism and disability activism. The three pieces read can be found here: http://www.selfed.org.uk/plymouth/adh... http://www.selfed.org.uk/plymouth/we-... http://www.plymouthinunison.org.uk/ne... Disabled P…
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For questions, comments or to get involved, send us an e-maill at audibleanarchist(at)gmail.com An anonymous reader donated their reading of Blessed is the Flame, probably the most well known text documenting the tendency called Anarcho-Nihilism. The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/serafinski-blessed-is-the-flame…
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For questions, comments or to get involved send us an e-maill at audibleanarchist(at)gmail.com The text can be read at https://libcom.org/article/actor-and-king-ret-marutb-traven Ret Marut, aka the Anarchist author B. Traven wrote a short sketch on the nature of kingship and rulers.audibleanarchism
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Radicalism in the English Revolution gets to the Ranters, the radical group of protestants who may or may not have practiced free love - but definitely sparked a moral panic! In this extra-long discussion, Nigel Smith and I discuss the roots of Ranterism, its connections to the Diggers, its legacy for romanticism, and its connection to later Americ…
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For my very first repeat episode, I'm reposting a conversation with Ruth Kinna about Santa Claus, Kropotkin, and the prefigurative practice of Christmas. You can read Ruth's article on the topic here: An Anarchist Guide to ChristmasGraham Culbertson
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Diane Purkiss joins me to discuss the Christmas Wars, in which Puritans attempted to prevent the celebration of Christmas in the 17th century. Christmas was a carnival in which the world was turned upside down - and the Puritans weren't having it. We also discuss the Lord of Misrule, Twelfth Night, and that 21st century lord of misrule: Lord Bucket…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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I'm joined by Brian Merchant to discuss his new book, Blood in the Machine. Brian argues persuasively that the Luddites weren't anti-technology but were actually for a different social order and a different use of technology. More importantly, in Brian's book the factory owners look a lot like today's tech titans and the workers look a lot like, we…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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In a break from the two ongoing series, in this week's episode I'm joined by the anarchist YouTuber Andrewism. Andrew and I discuss homeschooling, our shared experiences as homeschooled kids, the way homeschooling prepared us to be learners, and the liberatory potential of the homeschooling ethos. Andrewism is one of the best ways to introduce your…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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John Morrill, whose work I first encountered in Mike Duncan's podcast about the English Revolution, joins me to discuss the career of Oliver Cromwell. Cromwell was attacked in his time for being both too radical and not radical enough, and the picture has only gotten more complicated from there. John and I discuss his career, his convictions, his r…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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For the third episode of Debt Discussions, the anthropologist Bill Maurer joins me to talk about Chapter 3 of Debt, Primordial Debts. Bill and I talk about the myth of primordial debt, where it fits in the anarchism vs. social democracy debate, and if the anthropological parables in the book fit Graeber's claims. We also talk about the strengths an…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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I've worked on a dozen essays and episodes in which to add this clip, including in the unfinished episode about my other grandfather's death, who was also military and was also given full military honors. I've tried to find an eloquent way to talk about how hard it is to untangle my sliver of a cultural past from the all consuming monster of whiten…
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Ariel Hessayon returns to discuss The Diggers, the radical group whose farming community most closely resembles the ideas of anarchist communism as expressed by 19th century figures such as Kropotkin, Morris, and Tolstoi. Ariel and I discuss their origins, their theology, their 19th century recovery, and above all the brilliant writings of one of t…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Continuing my series on Graeber's Debt, this episode looks at chapter 3, which introduces the other big myth which Graeber says underpins our modern imaginary. Primordial Debt, I argue, is the left-wing counterpart to the myth of barter, and Graeber critiques it less harshly but just as fully. Join me later this month for a conversation with the an…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Emerging from both civilian and military backgrounds, the Levellers were a radical group who advocated for expanded voting rights and freedom of conscience and speech. Rachel Foxley, author of The Levellers: Radical Political Thought in the English Revolution, explains the Levellers' views, their relationship to Oliver Cromwell, their revolutionary…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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For the second episode of Debt Discussions, Cory Doctorow returns to the show to talk about Chapter 2 of Debt, The Myth of Barter. Cory and I talk about the way that economics resembles science fiction, the original reception of Debt (especially on the blog Crooked Timber), and talk some more about the topic of UBI and a jobs guarantee.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Ariel Hessayon joins me to start a new series, Radicalism in the English Revolution. Before we get to all the delightful radical groups - like Diggers and Levellers - Ariel and I discuss the English revolution, whether it was a revolution, what revolution meant to them, and what it meant to be a radical at the time. Here's an introduction to the co…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Continuing my series on Graeber's Debt, this episode looks at chapter 2, which is all about the silly stories that economists tell themselves to explain why economics is an objective science. Economics tells us that we can't imagine other worlds - but the field of economics is more imaginary than any fantasy novel…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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In just over two years, Everyday Anarchism hits 100 episodes! Kim Stanley Robinson returns to discuss The Pacific Edge, the third volume of his Three Californias triptych. We discuss how the beautiful ecosocialist utopia in The Pacific Edge keeps all of the mundanity, tedium, and tragedy of life, just without the horrors of neoliberal capitalism. S…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Medieval historian Eleanor Janega joins me as the first guest in Graeber's Debt series. We discuss the big ideas in chapter 1, especially garden parties, moral confusion, American empire, and British debt. Eleanor also helped me understand how debt is the most important thing in Jane Austen's novels - and that's a bad thing. For more from Eleanor, …
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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For my second anniversary episode, frequent guest Ruth Kinna joins to talk about academic/intellectual anarchism. What's the point of this work? How do we know if we're making a difference? Who are we helping? We particularly highlight the role of Noam Chomsky in intellectual anarchism, as well as the rise of the social justice/alter globalization …
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Kim Stanley Robinson and I discuss The Gold Coast, the second volume of his Three Californias triptych. We discuss how the Reagan era served as the inspiration for the book, the connection between the character Dennis McPherson and Stan's own father, and why this is Stan's favorite of the trilogy. Join us next month for a discussion of the final vo…
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Kristen Ghodsee joins me to discuss her new book, Everyday Utopia. Kristen and I discuss the history of utopian communities, the promise and perils of state socialism, and how anarchism serves as a reminder that everyday communities can change the world.Graham Culbertson
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Full text https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-the-bolshevik-myth-diary-1920-22 Alexander Berkman's the Bolshevik Myth is a collection of diary entries documenting his travels to the early Soviet Union following his expulsion from the United States with other immigrant political radicals.…
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Frequent guest James Fallows returns to the podcast as the first ever guest host! James interviews regular host Graham Culbertson about the legacy of progressivism and what ideas from that era we could use today in the struggle to make a better world, especially those related to William James and his famous talk "The Moral Equivalent of War." You c…
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