Contemporary anarchism is neither anachronism nor the naive nihilistic nonsense represented in mass media and entertainment culture. Anarchist practice is revolutionary unionism and direct action: a social process of interest over investment, concern over coercion, community over commerce and creation over consumption. Information on such radical thought is rare and, of what is available, rife with political disinformation; special search engines are available to find reliable anarchist information on the web.

@net the anarchist computer network.

A-Info the alternative news service.

Anarchism Around the World - has links and real world addresses for various syndicates, unions and action groups throughout the world.

Anarchy Archives has a number of historical documents and sections on many influential anarchists.

Art for @ Change presents works dealing with anarchist issues.

The Noam Chomsky Archive has a wealth of articles and fragments by or about Noam Chomsky. Impress the trendoids you know with information from this site.

Freedom Now examines reflections and links to reality.

Industrial Workers of the World is one the original, big union once again active and organizing for freedom from exploitation and alienation in the workplace.

Mid-Atlantic Infoshop is your guide to online anarchy.

COMM-ORG provides information on the craft of community organinzing.

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace is John Perry Barlow's statement regarding the creation of a civilization of Mind in Cyberspace.

Defining Anarchism provides a definition and suggests means for understanding the term.

Electronic Civil Disobedience is an artwork by the Critical Art Ensemble.

Ozymandias' Sabotage & Direct Action Handbook from Cafe Underground.

Revolutionary Unionism is "an introduction to the aims and principles of revolutionary industrial unionism."

Spunk Press Home is an independent electronic publisher of articles of interest to anarchists.

tao provides a wide variety of resources with a taoist slant.

What is Anarcho-Syndicalism? is an answer to the question.


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