Market Anarchy Zine Series

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The Market Anarchy series was created to republish and showcase historical and contemporary articles that highlight our relation to the revolutionary left and explain Market Anarchist theory in general terms.

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  • Or get our full print run: 51 Market Anarchy zines for $37.50 (or only $30.00 when you order multiples).

The series includes:

All Power to the Soviets!,
by Murray Rothbard (1969)

Capitalistic Anarchism?: The Individualist and the Communist (a dialogue),
by Voltairine de Cleyre & Rosa Slobodinsky (1891)

Community Watch, Protective Firms & Popular Courts: Defense Services in the Free Market,
by Murray N. Rothbard (1970)

Mutual Aid Medical Care: Grassroots Health Insurance That Worked--Until Government "Fixed" It,
by Roderick T. Long (1993)

Against Neoliberalism, Against Borders: An Anarchist Look at World Trade,
by BAD Press (2000)

Scratching By: How Government Creates Poverty As We Know It,
by Charles Johnson (2007)

International Apartheid: Two Essays on Government Border Laws and Anti-Immigrant Segregation,
by Charles Johnson ()

If You Work for Peace, Stop Paying For War!,
by Gina Lunori (2003)

Don’t Owe Nothin’: A Practical Guide to How You Can Stop Paying for War by Living Simply and Eliminating Your Tax Liability,
by David Gross (2003-2010)

Women and the Invisible Fist: How Violence Against Women Enforces the Unwritten Law of Patriarchy,
by Charles Johnson (2008)

Woman vs. the Nation State,
by Carol Moore (1991/2006)

Free Market Anti-Capitalism?: State Socialism and Anarchism -- how far they agree, and wherein they differ,
by Benjamin Tucker (1886)

Libertarianism Through Thick and Thin,
by Charles Johnson (2008)

Libertarian Feminism -- Can This Marriage Be Saved?,
by Roderick Long and Charles Johnson (2005)

Property to the People! Expropriate the Expropriators!,
by Karl Hess (1969)

Liberty, Equality, Solidarity: Toward a Dialectical Anarchism,
by Charles Johnson (2008)

Competition Not Domination: A Glance at Communism,
by Voltairine de Cleyre (1892)

Spontaneous Order -- Five Theses on Freed-Market Social Movements and Self-Regulating Anarchy,
by Sheldon Richman, Charles Johnson, and David S. D'Amato (2011)

Intellectual Property is Theft!: How "Intellectual Property" Impedes Competition,
by Kevin Carson (2009)

Reclaim the Commons!: Public Property Without the State,
by Roderick Long (1998)

Market Anarchy Vs. Corporate Power: The Attitude of Anarchism Toward Industrial Combinations,
by Benjamin Tucker (1899)

Socialize, Don't Privatize: Two Words on "Privatization",
by Charles Johnson (2007)

The Inefficiency of Capitalism: Economic Calculation in the Corporate Commonwealth,
by Kevin Carson (2007)

Land to the People Who Till It! The American Land Question and the Abolition of Work,
by Joseph R. Stromberg (2009)

The Ethics of Labor Struggle: A Free Market Perspective,
by Kevin A. Carson (2007)

State Capitalism and the Many Monopolies,
by Charles Johnson (2011)

Converge and Overtake!: The Stigmergic Revolution and The General Idea of the Revolution in the 21st Century,
by David S. D'Amato & Kevin Carson (2011)

Ten Common Objections to Market Anarchy, with 10 Responses,
by Roderick Long (2004)

Distributed Social Power: Against State-Capitalist Plutocracy,
by Darian Worden (2012)

Distributed Technology & Worker Ownership: Five Conversations on the Economics of Anarchy,
by Charles Johnson, Kevin Carson, Roderick Long, Micha Ghertner, Jed Harris, et al. (2006-2012)

What Is It That Government Has Built?,
by Anthony Gregory & Anna O. Morgenstern (2012)

Market Anarchy, Ecological Order: Three Libertarian Views on Environmental Protection,
by Kerry Thornley, Mary Ruwart, Karl Hess Jr. (1969, 1993, 1994)

The Free Market as Full Communism: Two Essays on Mutual Ownership & Post-Scarcity Market Anarchism,
by Kevin Carson (2005, 2012)

No Matter Who You Vote For, The Winner Is Always The Government,
by Charles Johnson, Kevin Carson, Roderick Long, and Randolph Bourne (Various)

From State to Society: How and How Not to Privatize,
by Sheldon Richman (2012)

The Subsidy of History,
by Kevin Carson (2001/2002)

NO COPYRIGHT: Free Culture. Networked Anarchy. Information Liberation. Four Essays.,
by Thomas L. Knapp & Cypherpunks FAQ & Roderick T. Long & Aaron H. Swartz (1994-2013)

Repudiation Now,
by Charles Johnson & Kevin Carson (2009, 2013)

The Network Economy as New Mutualism,
by M. George van der Meer (2013)

Laissez-Faire Socialism: Five Essays on Competition and Stateless Markets,
by Benjamin Tucker (1884-1890)

The Distinctiveness of Left-Libertarianism,
by Gary Chartier (2012)

Let the Free Market Eat the Rich,
by Jeremy Weiland (2007, 2011)

Big Business and the Rise of American Statism,
by Roy A. Childs, Jr. (1971)

The Knowledge Problem of Privilege,
by Nathan Goodman (2013)

Liberty Beyond White Privilege,
by Judith Ayers & Barbara Sostaita (2013)

Counter-Economics Our Means,
by Samuel Edward Konkin (1980)

Direct Action on the Job!: The Libertarian and Radical Labor,
by James Tuttle (2012)

'Privatization' or Privateering?,
by Kevin Carson (2013)

CAPITALISM,
by Charles Davis (2012, 2013)

Markets Freed from Capitalism,
by Charles Johnson (2011)

Anarcho-‘Capitalism’ Is Impossible: Three Theses on Laissez-Faire Socialism,
by Anna O. Morgenstern (2010-2014)

One thought on “Market Anarchy Zine Series

  1. I would especially be interested in what Libertarians think about this philosophy. When I started reading Robert Murphy’s Chaos Theory, I was engaged in the essays and I was intrigued.

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