You've seen the capital A inscribed in a circle, but what does anarchism really stand for? Check out some of these books and CDs in the library's collection to learn more about anarchism. For a historical perspective, try something about Emma Goldman or Peter Kropotkin, or most anything written by historian Paul Avrich. If you're interested in more contemporary anarchist thought and activism, try Abbie Hoffman's Steal This Book or Corrinne Jacker's The Black Flag of Anarchy: Antistatism in the U.S. And if you'd like to listen to anarchist or other left-wing music, check out the following: Black Flag and Rage Against the Machine as well as others not in the library such as Propagandhi and Anti-Flag.

p.s.--Abbie Hoffman aside, please don't steal the books! Keeping library books in circulation means more people have the chance to read them and make up their own minds about the ideas contained within.


Good Morrow!
Does the Library have problems with purloined books? I would think that, Ann Arbor being what it is, there would be few such difficulties...
Good Day!
-----Pickwick the Second-----