Center for a Stateless Society
A Left Market Anarchist Think Tank & Media Center
Sheldon Richman discusses Jon Stewart. Glenn Greenwald discusses how many Muslim countries the U.S. has bombed since 1980. Wendy McElroy discuses Robert LeFevre. George H. Smith discusses David Hume on justice. Justin Raimondo discusses the midterm elections and militarism. Doug Bandow discusses the GOP taking of the Senate and war. John Philpot discusses Palestine, Syria,…
How the Law of Lands Kept Black People in Submission in Brazil
Note: This article was written for the occasion of Black Consciousness Day in Brazil.  Officially, slavery in Brazil, the last independent American country which still had this institution at the time, was abolished on May 13, 1888. However, there wouldn’t be a law signed by the aristocracy that would solve the problems of the black people, who, for centuries, had their…
AEI’s Perry Ignores the Unseen
“Civilized” War is Permanent War
Brazilian Secessionism: Sao Paulo Against the Northeast
Unjust Immigration Law is Not Law
So President Obama is going to defer deportation of five million people without government papers, mostly parents of children whom the government deems citizens or legal permanent residents. Under his executive order, most will get permission to work. Obama will also increase the number of “dreamers” — children brought here illegally by their parents and…
Wish You’d Stop Bein’ So Good to Me, Cap’n
Detroit, Disaster Capitalism and the Enclosure of the Water Commons
Free-Market Socialism
The Communism of Everyday Life
David Graeber. Debt: The First 5000 Years (Brooklyn and London: Melville House, 2011). David Graeber, as we already saw to be the case with Elinor Ostrom, is characterized above all by a faith in human creativity and agency, and an unwillingness to let a priori theoretical formulations either preempt his perceptions of the particularity and…
Introduction to the Portuguese Version of Iron Fist
Debt: The Possibilities Ignored
New Wine in Old Bottles
Power and Property: A Corollary
Download a PDF copy of Grant Mincy’s study Power and Property: A Corollary. The concept of property is widely discussed by social theorists and is a hot button issue within political circles. This is mostly because property is somewhat of an abstract concept. Property is a possession — it belongs to someone or something. Seems simple enough,…
Classical Liberalism and Conservatism
Fields, Factories and Workshops Tomorrow
David Graeber’s Anarchist Thought: A Survey