You Can't Blow Up a Social Relationship: The Anarchist Case Against Terrorism
A clear explanation of why anarchists oppose terrorism, and why terrorism or propaganda by deed can be of no benefit to the working class, as capitalism is a social relationship, not a group of bad individuals.
This essay was published as a pamphlet around late 1978 or 1979, in the aftermath of the Sydney Hilton Bombing. The black humor of the time around the anarchist movement was that the police and security forces framed Ananda Marga because they came before Anarchism in the alphabet.
The arguments in this pamphlet are still as valid today as when they were written so many decades ago.
NOTE: These are "as new old stock" booklets from around two decades ago. While most are in pristine condition, a few have "shelf wear", but all are new.
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