Anarchism Reading List

A large number of anarchists texts can be found at Libcom, The Anarchist Library, or the Dwardmac Anarchy Archives

A text is ‘classic’ if it is from the 19th or the early 20th century, and it is ‘modern’ if it is from  the late 20th century or the 21st century.

A great (and very long) all round resource on anarchism is The Anarchist FAQ.

Classic Introductions

Modern Introductions

Classic Anarchist Books

Modern Anarchist Books

Anarchist Anthologies

Anarchist Intellectual History

History of Anarchist Movements

History of the Spanish Revolution

History of the Russian Revolution

One thought on “Anarchism Reading List

  1. Might want add David Graeber’s article ‘Turning Modes of Production Inside Out, or, Why Capitalism is a Transformation of Slavery’ (it build on a lot of the stuff that he talked about in ‘Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value’ and ‘Possibilities’), it’s really good long intro into anti-capitalism, you can find it here: https://libcom.org/library/turning-modes-production-inside-out-or-why-capitalism-transformation-slavery
    Might want to also add something about the commons, so why not ‘Stop, thief!: The commons, enclosures, and resistance’ by Peter Linebaugh: https://libcom.org/library/stop-thief-commons-enclosures-resistance

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