Red & Black Revolution 15

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This is the Spring 2009 issue of Ireland's anarchist magazine Red Black Revolution, issue 15.  You can read the articles online or download the PDF file.

 

PDF file of Red & Black Revolution 15

Capitalist Crisis
From the credit crunch to the stockmarket crash, all is explained. With the sub articles, The development of the crisis and Global Political Repercussions

Radical Women of the IWW
Donal Fallon profiles some of the women who played a large part in the illustrious history of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Feminism in the Muslim World
Sevinc Karaca, a Turkish anarchist and feminist, describes the fine line that Muslim women must navigate between Islam and the West.

Imperial Finance
A history of capitalism since World War 2

Complex Systems & Anarchism 
Analysing human societies as complex systems can provide an insight into historical processes and the strengths and weaknesses of capitalism

The Global Game
Imperialism Today and the Emergence of Regional Powers

Practical Anarchist Organising
This article describes and explains the internal organizational structure of the WSM as it was in 2008

Credits
Editorial Board: Chekov Feeney, Paul Bowman, Anthony Geoghan. Layout: Chekov Feeney
Photographs:
The Exchange, page 6-7, Nesster http:// www.flickr.com/photos/nesster/
IMF, page 9, Mathew Bradley, http://www.flickr.com/ photos/mjb/
Radical Muslim Feminist, page 5, Laggard, http:// www.flickr.com/photos/brianwisconsin/
At Tashkent market, page 35, N_Creatures, http:// www.flickr.com/photos/anitzsche/
Chavez and Lula, page 22, Agência Brasil Heejab, page 32, Please! Don’t Smile, http://www.
flickr.com/photos/khashi/
Muslim Women, page 34, Neil T, http://www.flickr. com/photos/neilt/
Bank of China, page 5, Steve Webel, http://www.flickr. com/photos/webel/

Red And Black Revolution is a publication of the Workers Solidarity Movement, P.O. Box 1528, Dublin 8, Ireland. http://www.wsm.ie  This was the final issue before the magazine was replace by the Irish Anarchist Review, for the complete archive of past issues see http://www.wsm.ie/rbr

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