Zapatista Autonomy and Stateless Participatory Democracy - Part Two
Through a federal political system and a principle of "mandar obedeciendo," the Zapatistas have made the full despecialisation of politics possible.
Islamic Anti-Authoritarianism against the Ulema-State Alliance: A Review of Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment
Javier Sethness and Jihad al-Haqq provide reviews of Kuru’s Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment, which contrasts anti-authoritarianism in early Islam with the later nefarious alliance between religious scholars and State in the Muslim world.
Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of our Rooms
For Sands and the hunger strikers of 1981, freedom was necessary to human existence, and worth enduring any amount of pain inflicted by imperialist occupiers.
Zapatista Autonomy and Stateless Participatory Democracy - Part One
The States we live in like to suffocate democracy; the Zapatistas, however, allow it to flourish. This article provides an introduction to the history and function of the Zapatista's stateless and participatory democracy.