Defenders of the modern state often claim that it’s needed to protect us — from terrorists, invaders, bullies, and rapacious corporations. Economist John Kenneth Galbraith, for instance, famously argued that the state was a source of “countervailing power” that kept … Continue reading
We offer trade-paperback editions of contemporary books on left-libertarianism and left-wing market anarchism, including works by Kevin Carson, Gary Chartier, and Charles Johnson. You can: Purchase copies of individual titles with the listings below; or Pick up a whole little … Continue reading
Published in 2010, by the author. This book explores the impact of dramatic technological and social changes on work and manufacturing. Kevin Carson uses real-world examples and theoretical insights to illuminate the conflict between two economies: one a highly-capitalized, high-overhead, … Continue reading
Published in 2008 by the author. This book applies the economic principles of individualist anarchism, as developed in Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, to the study of the large organization. It integrates the insights of mainstream organization theory into that … Continue reading
This book is an attempt to revive individualist anarchist political economy, to incorporate the useful developments of the last hundred years, and to make it relevant to the problems of the twenty-first century. We hope this work will go at least part of the way to providing a new theoretical and practical foundation for free market socialist economics.
Published in 2011 by Cobden Press. Anarchy happens when people organize their lives peacefully and voluntarily- without the aggressive violence of the state. This simple but powerful book explains why the state is illegitimate, unnecessary, and dangerous, and what we … Continue reading
Published in November 2011 by Minor Compositions, an imprint of Autonomedia. Now available directly through this Distro. Individualist anarchists believe in mutual exchange, not economic privilege. They believe in freed markets, not capitalism. They defend a distinctive response to the … Continue reading