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Free Range Library indexes last updated 15:16, 28/08/2017

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Anarchism, Animal Rights and Decentralised Action

The "Anarchism, Animal Rights and Decentralised Action" on-line library area supports the general 'anarchism' theme with books/resources which explore aspects of anarchism theory, social organisation, human/animal exploitation, as well as more theoretical/historical texts on anarchism and the politics of the left. From squatting, to economics, to direct action and the rights of all beings, this section of the library reflects the broad range of issues covered under the 'anarchism and action' theme.

This is the 'date-ordered' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here. For a list of the most recent 30 files added to this category, click here.

Free Range Library indexes last updated 15:16, 28/08/2017

Files list ordered by publication date (218 files):

'boffgti2016'
1/218
Liberation Ecology: An Interview with Leonardo Boff, Great Transition Initiative, August 2016

'langford2015'
2/218
Growing Better Lives: peace, quiet, and yurts, The Lancet Psychiatry, vol.2 no.8 p685-686, August 2015

'arnaiz2015'
3/218
Criminalization Of Social Protest, Latin America Press, July 2015

'ecologistasaccion2015'
4/218
Global Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit, Ecologistas en Acción, May 2015

'gilenspage2014'
5/218
Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens, Perspectives on Politics, Summer 2014

'hmic2014'
6/218
An inspection of undercover policing in England and Wales, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 13/10/2014

'pai2014'
7/218
Anatomy of an Industry Front Group: How the oil and gas industry runs the show at the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, Public Accountability Initiative, August 2014

'ward2014'
8/218
The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill, House of Commons Library, 14/07/2014

'hrwaclu2014'
9/218
With Liberty to Monitor All: How Large-Scale US Surveillance is Harming Journalism, Law, and American Democracy, Human Rights Watch/American Civil Liberties Union, July 2014

'elliotresnik2014'
10/218
Science, Policy, and the Transparency of Values, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.122 no.7 pp.647-650, July 2014

'scarborough2014'
11/218
Dietary greenhouse gas emissions of meat-eaters, fish-eaters, vegetarians and vegans in the UK, Climatic Change, 11/06/2014

'stimson2014'
12/218
Recommendations and Report of the Task Force on US Drone Policy, The Stimson Center, June 2014

'hibbing2014'
13/218
Differences in negativity bias underlie variations in political ideology, Journal of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol.37 no.3 pp.297-307, June 2014

'atlanticcouncil2014'
14/218
NATO in an Era of Global Competition, The Atlantic Council of the United States, June 2014

'worldbank2014'
15/218
Which World Bank Reports Are Widely Read?, World Bank, May 2014

'hrwihrc20142'
16/218
Advancing The Debate on Killer Robots: 12 Key Arguments for a Preemptive Ban on Fully Autonomous Weapons, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, May 2014

'hrwihrc20141'
17/218
Shaking the Foundations: The Human Rights Implications of Killer Robots, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, May 2014

'echr2014'
18/218
European Convention on Human Rights (as amended), European Court of Human Rights, February 2014

'stratfordjohnston2014'
19/218
In The Matter Of State Surveillance, Brick Court Chambers, 22/01/2014

'neimark2014'
20/218
The camping cure: Living outside changes you, Aeon Magazine, 22/01/2014

'costanza2014'
21/218
Time to leave GDP behind, Nature, vol.505 pp.283-285, 16/01/2014

'alexander2014'
22/218
A Critique of Techno-Optimism: Efficiency without Sufficiency is Lost, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne, January 2014

'inclo2013'
23/218
'Take back the streets': Repression and criminalization of protest around the world, International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO), October 2013

'brownmcm2013'
24/218
Online Freedom of Expression, Assembly, Association and the Media in Europe, Council of Europe, October 2013

'poole2013'
25/218
'I care more about this place, because I fought for it': exploring the political ecology of fracking in an ethnographic field school, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.37-46, 11/09/2013

'kross2013'
26/218
Facebook Use Predicts Declines in Subjective Well-Being in Young Adults, Plos One, vol.8 no.8, 14/08/2013

'isacat2013'
27/218
How to Do Animal Rights ...legally, with confidence, Animal Ethics, August 2013

'pai2013'
28/218
Big Green Fracking Machine: How gas industry insiders are funding and overseeing the environmental groups behind the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, Public Accountability Initiative, June 2013

'manno2013'
29/218
Introduction by the Onondaga Nation and activist neighbors of an indigenous perspective on issues surrounding hydrofracking in the Marcellus Shale, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.47-55, 29/05/2013

'duda2013'
30/218
Cybernetics, Anarchism and Self-organisation, Anarchist Studies, vol.21 no.1 pp.52-72, 28/05/2013

'eudrones2013'
31/218
Human rights implications of the usage of drones and unmanned robots in warfare, European Union, 03/05/2013

'mckinsey2013'
32/218
Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2013

'epsteinrobertson2013'
33/218
Democracy at Risk: Manipulating Search Rankings Can Shift Voting Preferences Substantially Without Voter Awareness, US Association for Psychological Science, May 2013

'nam2013'
34/218
'Not for All the Tea in China!' Political Ideology and the Avoidance of Dissonance-Arousing Situations, Plos One, vol.8 no.4, 19/04/2013

'derijke20132'
35/218
Hydraulically fractured: Unconventional gas and anthropology, Anthropology Today, vol.29 no.2 pp.13-17, April 2013

'ipp2013'
36/218
Corporate and police spying on activists undermines democracy, University of Bath, 26/03/2013

'wdm2013'
37/218
Web of power: The UK government and the energy-finance complex fuelling climate change, World Development Movement, March 2013

'rosnaymartin2012'
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The Digital Public Domain, Open Book Publishers, March 2013

'nctc2013'
39/218
Watchlisting Guidance, US National Counterterrorism Centre, March 2013

'sek2013'
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Squatting in Europe: Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles, Minor Compositions, 2013

'ruskin2013'
41/218
Spooky Business: Corporate Espionage Against Nonprofit Organizations, Essential Information, 2013

'icrc2012'
42/218
New technologies and warfare, International Committee of the Red Cross, Spring 2012

'hrwihrc2012'
43/218
Losing Humanity: The Case against Killer Robots, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, November 2012

'acpo2012'
44/218
Policing in the UK: A Brief Guide, Association of Chief Police Officers, November 2012

'kallis2012'
45/218
The economics of degrowth, Ecological Economics, vol.84 pp.172-180, 21/09/2012

'debtresistors2012'
46/218
The Debt Resistors' Operations Manual, Occupy Wall Street, September 2012

'pickerillkrinsky2012'
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Why Does Occupy Matter?, Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest, vol.11 no.3-4, 06/08/2012

'ryerson2010'
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Population: The Multiplier of Everything Else, Post Carbon Reader Series, August 2012

'mcafee2012'
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Hacktivism: Cyberspace has become the new medium for political voices, McAfee Labs, July 2012

'tullettprebon2010'
50/218
Dangerous Exponentials: A radical take on the future, Tullet Prebon, June 2012

'ifs2012'
51/218
Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK: 2012, Institute for Fiscal Studies, June 2012

'bollierhelfrich2012'
52/218
The Wealth of the Commons: A World Beyond the Market and the State, The Common Strategies Group, 01/05/2012

'goodwin2010'
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Labor's Declining Share and Future Quality of Life, Club of Rome, 01/03/2012

'pickerill2012'
54/218
Low impact communities in Britain, University of Leicester, March 2012

'masters2012'
55/218
Quakers and the Green Bible, The Friend, 24/02/2012

'hodsonbusseri2012'
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Bright Minds and Dark Attitudes: Lower Cognitive Ability Predicts Greater Prejudice Through Right-Wing Ideology and Low Intergroup Contact, Psychological Science, vol.23(2) pp187-195, 07/02/2012

'gaia2012'
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Opening Pandora's Box: The New Wave of Land Grabbing by the Extractive Industries and The Devastating Impact on Earth, The Gaia Foundation, February 2012

'iiedland2012'
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Land Rights and the Rush for Land: Findings of the Global Commercial Pressures on Land Research Project, The International Land Coalition, January 2012

'ifixit2011'
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Self-Repair Manifesto, iFixit, 2012

'burch2012'
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Simplicity, Sustainability, and Human Rights, Simplicity Institute, 2012

'alexander2012'
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Ted Trainer and the Simpler Way, Simplicity Institute, 2012

'vitali2011'
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The network of global corporate control, PLOS One, vol.10 no.6, 26/10/2011

'rowlingson2011'
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Does income inequality cause health and social problems?, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, September 2011

'usdacritique2011'
64/218
A Focus on Antimicrobial Resistance, Anonymous, August 2011

'ewgmeat2011'
65/218
Meat Eaters Guide to Climate Change + Health, Environmental Working Group, July 2011

'french2011'
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The Stress of Politics: Endocrinology and Voter Participation, Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, June 2011

'plunkett2011'
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Growth without gain?: The faltering living standards of people on low-to-middle incomes, Resolution Foundation, May 2011

'mckinsey2011'
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Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2011

'douthwaite2011'
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Degrowth and the supply of money in an energy-scarce world, Ecological Economics, vol.84 pp.187-193, 28/03/2011

'vandenbergh2011'
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Environment versus growth – A criticism of 'degrowth' and a plea for 'a-growth', Ecological Economics. vol.70 no.5 pp.881-890, 15/03/2011

'mouhot2011'
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Past connections and present similarities in slave ownership and fossil fuel usage, Climatic Change, vol.105 no.1/2 pp.329-355, March 2011

'kallis2011'
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In defence of degrowth, Ecological Economics, vol.70 pp.873-880, 15/02/2011

'demaria2011'
73/218
Degrowth in South Europe: Complementarity in diversity, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 07/01/2011

'sternkander2011'
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The Role Of Energy In The Industrial Revolution And Modern Economic Growth, Centre For Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, The Australian National University, January 2011

'ecoterrormonster'
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'Ecoterror Monster' cartoon, Unknown, 2011

'maurin2010'
76/218
Book Review: Serge Latouche, 'Farewell to Growth', Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, vol.6 no.2, Summer 2010

'caseagainstacpo2010'
77/218
The Case Against ACPO: A Critical Look At The Association Of Chief Police Officers, NICE1, December 2010

'chatterton2010'
78/218
Everyday activism and transitions towards post-capitalist worlds, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol.35 no.4, October 2010

'commoncause2010'
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Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values, WWF-UK, September 2010

'levallois2010'
80/218
Can de-growth be considered a policy option? A historical note on Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen and the Club of Rome, Ecological Economics, vol.69 pp.2271-2278, 16/07/2010

'vucetichnelson2010'
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Sustainability: Virtuous or Vulgar?, Bioscience, vol.60 no.7 pp.539-544, July 2010

'sorrell2010'
82/218
Energy, Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability: Five Propositions, Sustainability, vol.2 pp.1784-1809, 18/06/2010

'martinezalier2010'
83/218
Sustainable de-growth: Mapping the context, criticisms and future prospects of an emergent paradigm, Ecological Economics, vol.69 pp.1741-1747, 25/05/2010

'udrmw2010'
84/218
Universal Declaration Of The Rights Of Mother Earth, World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, 22/04/2010

'ccia2010'
85/218
Fair Use In The U.S. Economy: Economic Contribution of Industries Relying on Fair Use, Computer & Communications Industry Association, 09/04/2010

'vangriethuysen2009'
86/218
Why are we growth-addicted? The hard way towards degrowth in the involutionary western development path, Journal of Cleaner Production, vo.18 no.6 pp.590-595, April 2010

'latouche2010'
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Editorial: Degrowth, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.519-522, April 2010

'pearce2010'
88/218
Open Design-Based Strategies to Enhance Appropriate Technology Development, NCIAA 14th Annual Conference, March 2010

'hallsced2010'
89/218
Peak oil, declining EROI and the probability of degrowth, Second Conference on Economic Degrowth for Ecological Sustainability and Social Equity, March 2010

'cattaneo2010'
90/218
The experience of rurban squats in Collserola, Barcelona: what kind of degrowth?, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.581-589, 28/01/2010

'schneider2010'
91/218
Crisis or opportunity?: Economic degrowth for social equity and ecological sustainability., Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.511-518, 22/01/2010

'gelderloos2010'
92/218
Anarchy Works, Ardent Press, 2010

'modine2009'
93/218
Oh Commie All Ye Faithful, Finch's Quarterly, Autumn 2009

'lietart2010'
94/218
Cohousing's relevance to degrowth theories, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.576-580, 16/12/2009

'rrac2009'
95/218
Politicians and public risk, Risk and Regulation Advisory Council, October 2009

'cfap2009'
96/218
New Tools for Old Traumas: Using 21st Century Technologies to Combat Human Rights Atrocities, Center for American Progress, October 2009

'bocquetappel2009'
97/218
The Demographic Impact of the Agricultural System in Human History, Current Anthropology, vol.50 no.5, October 2009

'brown2009'
98/218
Space for emotion in the spaces of activism, Emotion, Space and Society, vol.2 no.1 pp.24-35, July 2009

'spash2009'
99/218
Social Ecological Economics, CSIRO Working Paper Series, June 2009

'corporatewatch2009'
100/218
Crackdown on anti-corporate dissent: The animal rights movement, CorporateWatch, June 2009

'dhs2009'
101/218
Domestic Extremism Lexicon, US Department for Homeland Security, 26/03/2009

'sdc2009'
102/218
Prosperity without growth?: The transition to a sustainable economy, Sustainable Development Commission, March 2009

'lscc2009'
103/218
Surveillance: Citizens and the State, House of Lords, 29/01/2009

'usdhs2009'
104/218
Leftwing Extremists Likely to Increase Use of Cyber Attacks over the Coming Decade, US Department for Homeland Security, 26/01/2009

'treanor2010'
105/218
Turn Around and Step Forward: Ideology and Utopia in the Environmental Movement, Environmental Philosophy, vol.7 no.1 pp27-46, 2009

'boykoff2009'
106/218
We Speak for the Trees: Media Reporting on the Environment, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2009

'nic2008'
107/218
Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World, US National Intelligence Council, November 2008

'oxley2008'
108/218
Political Attitudes Vary with Physiological Traits, Science, vol.321 pp.1667-1670, 19/09/2008

'balzarotti2008'
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Are Your Votes Really Counted?: Testing the Security of Real-world Electronic Voting Systems, Computer Security Group, University of California, Santa Barbara, 24/07/2008

'jacques2008'
110/218
The organisation of denial: Conservative think tanks and environmental scepticism, Environmental Politics, vol.17 no.3 pp349-385, 03/06/2008

'pickerill20081'
111/218
The Surprising Sense of Hope, Antipode, vol.40 no.3 pp.482-487, June 2008

'chac2008'
112/218
A Surveillance Society? (vol.1), House of Commons, 20/05/2008

'xu2008'
113/218
The Secrets of the Little Pamphlet: Hippies, Hackers, and the Youth International Party Line, Christina Xu, 12/05/2008

'zerzan2008'
114/218
Twilight of the Machines, John Zerzan, April 2008

'fournier2008'
115/218
Escaping from the economy: The politics of degrowth, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, vol.28 no.11/12 pp.528-545, 13/03/2008

'sarkarkern2008'
116/218
Eco-Socialism or Barbarism – An up-to-date Critique of Capitalism, Initiative Eco-Socialism, March 2008

'klang2001'
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Resistance & Technology: Functionally Equivalent Resistance – A non-discriminatory view of technology, University of Göteborg, 14/02/2008

'pickerill20082'
118/218
From wilderness to WildCountry: the power of language in environmental campaigns in Australia, Environmental Politics, vol.17 no.1 pp.95-104, February 2008

'creativecommons2008'
119/218
Creative Commons Integration With Your Website, Creative Commons, February 2008

'benderfarvolden2008'
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Depression and the Workplace: A Progress Report, Current Psychiatry Reports, vol.10 no.1 pp.73-79, February 2008

'iyengar2008'
121/218
Selective Exposure to Campaign Communication: The Role of Anticipated Agreement and Issue Public Membership, The Journal of Politics, vol.70 no.1 pp.186-200, January 2008

'unfaolpb1'
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Responding to the 'Livestock Revolution' – the case for livestock public policies, UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2008

'boldrinlevine2008'
123/218
Against Intellectual Monopoly, CUP, 2008

'fairlie2007'
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Can Britain Feed Itself?, The Land, vol.4, Autumn 2007

'alexisbakerrempel2007'
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Theology for the Dogs: Why Nonhuman Animals Matter to Creation, Systematic Theology, Winter 2007

'icocoi2007'
126/218
A Surveillance Society: Executive Summary of Qualitative Research, Information Commissioner's Office/Central Office of Information, 15/11/2007

'gelderloos2007'
127/218
How Nonviolence Protects the State, South End Press, May 2007

'darimini2007'
128/218
A Handbook for Coding Cultures, d/Lux/MediaArts & Campbelltown Arts Centre, March 2007

'canvas2007'
129/218
A Guide to Effective Nonviolent Struggle, CANVAS, 2007

'acpo2007'
130/218
Practice Advice: Introduction To Intelligence-Led Policing, Association of Chief Police Officers, 2007

'monahan2006'
131/218
Counter-surveillance as Political Intervention?, Social Semiotics, vol.16 no.4, December 2006

'unfaolls2006'
132/218
Livestock's Long Shadow: Environmental Issues And Options, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, November 2006

'roberts2006'
133/218
Energy as a driver of change, Arup Journal, October 2006

'quakers2006'
134/218
How Quaker meetings take decisions, Society of Friends, October 2006

'icoapp2006'
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A Report on the Surveillance Society – Appendices, Information Commissioner's Office, September 2006

'ico2006'
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A Report on the Surveillance Society, Information Commissioner's Office, September 2006

'tainter2006'
137/218
Social complexity and sustainability, Ecological Complexity, vol.3 no.2 pp. 91-103, June 2006

'eshelmartin2006'
138/218
Diet, Energy, and Global Warming, Earth Interactions, vol.10 no.9 pp.1-17, April 2006

'halpin2006'
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Reinventing Technology: Artificial Intelligence from the Top of a Sycamore Tree, Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems, March 2006

'friedman2006'
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The Moral Consequences Of Economic Growth, Society, January 2006

'moretzsohn2006'
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'Citizen Journalism' and the Myth of Redemptive Technology, Brazilian Journalism Research, vol.2 no.2 pp.29-46, 2006

'canvas2006'
142/218
Nonviolent Struggle: 50 Crucial Points, CANVAS, 2006

'zerzan2005'
143/218
On the Origins of War, Green Anarchy, no.21, Summer 2005

'heinsbeckles2005'
144/218
Will Fair Use Survive?: Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control, The Brennan Center for Justice, 16/11/2005

'francione20052'
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One right for all: We treat animals how we used to treat human slaves; what possible justification is there for that?, New Scientist, no.2520 p.24, 08/10/2005

'tudge2005'
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Feeding people is easy: But we have to re-think the world from first principles, Public Health Nutrition, vol.8 no.6A, pp.716-723, September 2005

'francione20051'
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Our hypocrisy: By granting that animals have minds similar to ours, it looks as if we are evolving in our moral relationship with other species., New Scientist, no.2502 p.51-52, 04/06/2005

'walker2005'
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Public health implications of meat production and consumption, Public Health and Nutrition, vol.8 no.4 pp.348-56, June 2005

'myers20052'
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Anarcho-Primitivism and the Bible, Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, pp.56-58, 31/05/2005

'ewald2005'
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Anarchism in Action: Methods, Tactics, Skills, and Ideas, Shawn Ewald, 2005

'aclu2004'
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The Surveillance-Industrial Complex: How the American Government Is Conscripting Businesses and Individuals in the Construction of a Surveillance Society, The American Civil Liberties Union, August 2004

'cavanaugh2004'
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Killing For The Telephone Company: Why The Nation-State Is Not The Keeper Of The Common Good, Modern Theology, vol.20 no.2, April 2004

'lessig2004'
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Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity, Penguin Press, 30/03/2004

'kranich2004'
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The Information Commons: A public policy report, Brennan Center For Justice, February 2004

'ciwf2004'
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The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat, Compassion in World Farming Trust, February 2004

'klang2004'
156/218
Civil Disobedience Online, Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, vol.2 no.2 pp.75-83, 2004

'deathenv2004'
157/218
The Death of Environmentalism: Global Warming Politics in a Post-Environmental World, Michael Shellenberger, Ted Nordhaus, 2004

'sdc2003'
158/218
Redefining prosperity: Resource productivity, economic growth and sustainable development, Sustainable Development Commission, 27/06/2003

'olr2003'
159/218
The New Persuaders: the changing nature of influence, Opinion Leader Research, 2003

'sanne2002'
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Willing consumers – or locked-in? Policies for a sustainable consumption, Ecological Economics, vol.42 no.1-2 pp.273-287, August 2002

'zerzan2002'
161/218
Running On Emptiness: The Pathology Of Civilization, John Zerzan, 2002

'anon2002'
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What is Anarchism?, anonymous, 2002

'denning2001'
163/218
Activism, Hacktivism, And Cyberterrorism: The Internet As A Tool For Influencing Foreign Policy, RAND Corporation, July 2001

'securitywatch2001'
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Hacktivists of the world, divide, SecurityWatch, 23/04/2001

'msnbc2001'
165/218
Summit under cyber siege?, MSNBC, 20/04/2001

'homeoffice2001'
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Animal Rights Extremism: Government Strategy – A Consultation Document, Home Office, March 2001

'randmr13822001'
167/218
Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy, RAND Corporation, 2001

'usda2000'
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USDA/HHS Response to the House and Senate Reports: Antibiotic Resistance in Livestock, US Department of Agriculture, September 2000

'tainter2000'
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Problem Solving: Complexity, History, Sustainability, Population and Environment: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, vol.22 no.1, September 2000

'guerillapermaculture1996'
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Urban Permaculture: A Reader Compiled for the DIY Skillshare, DIY Skillshare Conference, May 2000

'kelly2000'
171/218
Infowar: The Hacktivists, Hilton Cordell Productions, 2000

'juniper2000'
172/218
Digital Zapatismo: The Zapatista Netwar, David Kim Juniper, 2000

'meadows1999'
173/218
Leverage Points: Places to Intervene in a System, The Sustainability Institute, December 1999

'zerzan1999'
174/218
Against Civilization – Readings & Reflections, John Zerzan, 1999

'bookchin1998'
175/218
The Crisis in the Ecology Movement, Green Perspectives, May 1998

'wray1998'
176/218
Transforming Luddite Resistance into Virtual Luddite Resistance, Earth First! Journal, 07/04/1998

'hammill1997'
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From Crossbows To Cryptography: Thwarting The State Via Technology, Chuck Hammill, November 1997

'vitousek1997'
178/218
Human Domination of Earth's Ecosystems, science, vol.277, 25/07/1997

'schwartzman1996'
179/218
Solar Communism, Science & Society, vol.60 no.3 pp.307-331, Summer 1996

'salerobin1996'
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Technology For The Coming Millennium: Progress, Technology, And Society According To Kirkpatrick Sale, Michael Robin, 1996

'unabomber1995'
181/218
The Unabomber: The Full Text of the Manifesto, New York Times/Washington Post, 19/09/1995

'wright1995'
182/218
The Evolution of Despair, Time Magazine, vol.146 no.9, 25/08/1995

'ciwf1995'
183/218
Modern Breeding Technologies and the Welfare of Farm Animals, Compassion in World Farming Trust, July 1995

'heinberg1995'
184/218
The Primitivist Critique of Civilization, International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, 15/06/1995

'gibbons1995'
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Reveille For Radicals: Lessons From the Life of Saul Alinsky, Rev. John E. Gibbons, 26/02/1995

'zerzan1995'
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Future Primitive, Autonomedia, 1995

'saleunabomber1995'
187/218
The Unabomber's Secret Treatise: Is There Method In His Madness?, Kirkpatrick Sale, 1995

'boff1995'
188/218
Liberation Theology and Ecology: Alternative, Confrontation or Complementarity?, Leonardo Boff, 1995

'zerzan1994'
189/218
The Nihilist's Dictionary, Autonomedia, 1994

'hansen1991'
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The media and the social construction of the environment, Media, Culture and Society, vol.13 pp444-458, 1991

'whiting1988'
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Is everybody happy?: Peace News explores some of the pros, cons and practicalities of consensus decision-making, Peace News, June 1988

'turningthetide3'
192/218
How Change Happens, Turning the Tide, 1988

'turningthetide2'
193/218
Power, Turning the Tide, 1988

'turningthetide1'
194/218
Nonviolence and Active Nonviolence, Turning the Tide, 1988

'bookchin1987'
195/218
Social Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for the Ecology Movement, Green Perspectives, 25/06/1987

'diamond1987'
196/218
The Worst Mistake In The History Of The Human Race, Discover Magazine, p64-66, May 1987

'mentor1986'
197/218
The Hacker Manifesto, The Mentor, 08/01/1986

'ellul1985'
198/218
Preconceived Ideas About Mediated Information, The Media Revolution in America and in Western Europe, pp.95-107, 1985

'schlicht1984'
199/218
Cognitive Dissonance in Economics, Ekkehart Schlicht, 1984

'ellul1979'
200/218
Lust For Power, Katallagete, vol.7 no.2 pp.30-33., Summer 1979

'zerzan1975'
201/218
Organized labor versus 'the revolt against work', Class against Class, 1975

'sharp1973'
202/218
198 Methods of Non-violent Action, Albert Einstein Institute, 1973

'ellul1959'
203/218
The Obstacles to Communication Arising from Propaganda Habits, Student World, vol.52 no.4 pp.401-10, 1959

'ellul1957'
204/218
Information and Propaganda, Diogenes, vol.5 pp.61-77, 1957

'bernays1947'
205/218
The Engineering of Consent, Edward L. Bernays, 1947

'usoss1944'
206/218
Simple Sabotage Field Manual (Strategic Services Field Manual No.3), Office of Strategic Services (OSS), 27/01/1944

'butler1935'
207/218
War Is A Racket, Smedley Butler, 1935

'bernays1928'
208/218
Propaganda, Edward L. Bernays, 1928

'decleyre1912'
209/218
Direct Action, Voltairine de Cleyre, 1912

'thoreau1849'
210/218
On the Duty of Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau, 1849

'paine1795'
211/218
Dissertations On First Principles Of Government, Thomas Paine, 1795

'paine1776'
212/218
Common Sense, Thomas Paine, 1776

'diggersgift1650'
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A New-yeers Gift For The Parliament And Armie, The Diggers, 1650

'levellersagreement1649'
214/218
An Agreement Of The Free People of England, The Levellers, 01/05/1649

'diggersstandard1649'
215/218
The True Levellers Standard Advanced, The Diggers, 1649

'diggersletter1649'
216/218
A Letter to The Lord Fairfax, and His Councell of War, with Divers Questions to the Lawyers, and Ministers, The Diggers, 1649

'diggersdeclaration1649'
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A Declaration From The Poor Oppressed People Of England, The Diggers, 1649

'opensourcecommunism'
218/218
When you program open source, you're programming Communism, Anonymous, 0000