There were considerable class-based changes in support for military force during in the US-Iraq (2003) and Persian Gulf (1991) Wars. The least educated actually had the lowest support in 1991, but had raised their support considerably by 2003. Meanwhile, people with advanced education further reduced their support for the same time period. Article: researchgate.net/publication/2 Figure: researchgate.net/profile/Dana_

I wrote a chapter for the amazing book "The Cost of Free Shipping: Amazon in the Global Economy". I focused on Amazon's unprecedented global marketshare and economic power, the dominance of its digital platform Amazon Web Services (which powers much of the Fortune 500, the CIA, ICE, & until earlier this week the white-supremacist hotspot Parler), and its numerous privacy-violated technologies (Ring, Alexa, Rekognition). Read it here: researchgate.net/publication/3

I recently got a chance to chat with Mark George--long-time anti-racist organizer and director of the Mary Turner Project--about justice, freedom, anarchism, and social change on his video podcast Going South.
youtube.com/watch?v=0L3UvwdNHD

The origins of Black anarchism in the US. Based on my article from the Journal of Black Studies:
daily.jstor.org/the-real-story

Ronald Creagh
Interview completed: 7/13/2019

How did you first hear about anarchism? What was that encounter like?

I didn’t hear about anarchism. I had written in the 1960s a doctoral dissertation about freethought in the USA. Finding no publisher, (who’s interested in freethought?), I had noticed that Marxists and anarchists had first started as freethinkers, belonging to freethought groups (extremely rare of course in those times)....

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Rik Scarce
Interview completed 08/27/2019

How did you first hear about anarchism? What was that encounter like?

It wasn’t a personal encounter. Instead, it was in the pages of the Earth First! Journal. So I was introduced to anarchism through eco-anarchism.

There was a rootedness in tribal culture that appealed to me romantically at first, then in a practical sense. Radical—later, “revolutionary”—environmental anarchism was and is such a bea
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Rik Scarce
Interview completed 08/27/2019

How did you first hear about anarchism? What was that encounter like?

It wasn’t a personal encounter. Instead, it was in the pages of the Earth First! Journal. So I was introduced to anarchism through eco-anarchism.

There was a rootedness in tribal culture that appealed to me romantically at first, then in a practical sense. Radical—later, “revolutionary”—environmental anarchism was a
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