This section includes an eclectic variety of documents, old and new,
that I have found useful or provocative in one way or another,
though I may not agree with them on every point.


Introduction to a Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right (Marx, 1844)
Crime and Criminals: Address to the Prisoners in the Chicago Jail (Clarence Darrow, 1902)
War Is the Health of the State (Randolph Bourne, 1918)
Stories of Mr. Keuner (Bertolt Brecht, 1920s-1956)
Karl Marx (Karl Korsch, 1938) [complete book]
A Non-Dogmatic Approach to Marxism (Karl Korsch, 1946)
The Great Utopia (Josef Weber, 1950)
Appeal for an English Edition of Diderot’s Jack the Fatalist (Josef Weber, 1953)
The Problem of Social Consciousness (1) (Josef Weber, 1957)
The Problem of Social Consciousness (2)

Writings on Art and Architecture (Asger Jorn, 1954-1958)
Designing Pacifist Films (Paul Goodman, 1961)
Banning Cars from Manhattan (Paul & Percival Goodman, 1961)
Buddhist Anarchism (Gary Snyder, 1961)
The Power of Negative Thinking (Robert Chasse, 1968)
The Tyranny of Structurelessness (Jo Freeman, 1970)
We’re Tired of Playing with Ourselves (Isaac Cronin, Dan Hammer & Jeanne Smith, 1973)
Disinterest Compounded Daily: A Critique of Point-Blank (Gina Rosenberg & Chris Shutes, 1974)
Total Self-Management (Raoul Vaneigem, 1974)
Two Gulf War Documents (James Brook et al., 1990-1991)
Farces and Fiascos Before the Cataclysm (Daniel Denevert, 2011)