Pacifist ideals and reformist strategies have long held sway over the radical imagination in Philadelphia. Insurrectionary activity is willfully misunderstood, and its historical legacy largely forgotten. One of the ways we have tried to break this hold is through a series of talks called “Movement for No Society.” In these talks we explored some of the historical conditions for our situation and attempted to recover more interesting insurgent possibilities and their paths through Philadelphia’s history. Our research for these talks eventually became this book.
Includes a history of the Revolutionary Action Movement, the Black Liberation Army, and the black block; "Let's Talk About Attack;" "The Quaker Art of Genocide;" anarchist bombings in Philadelphia from 1917-1927; and more.
Dimensions: 5⅙" x 7¾"