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The History of BAAM and other Essays

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In the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and in the midst of the sequent nationalist fervor, Boston radicals came together to form the Boston Anarchists Against Militarism (BAAM) Coalition. Through interviews and an extensive study of BAAM’s public statements, activities, and publications, this history explores the evolution of BAAM from an anti-war coalition into a general union of Boston anarchists. The lessons of the past decade are useful to today’s generation of activists as they grapple with the questions of political organization and activity in the struggle against global capitalism.

A new book:

“Nine Years of Anarchist Agitation: The History of BAAM and other Essays”

In the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and in the midst of the sequent nationalist fervor, Boston radicals came together to form the Boston Anarchists Against Militarism (BAAM) Coalition. Through interviews and an extensive study of BAAM’s public statements, activities, and publications, this history explores the evolution of BAAM from an anti-war coalition into a general union of Boston anarchists. The lessons of the past decade are useful to today’s generation of activists as they grapple with the questions of political organization and activity in the struggle against global capitalism.

We are set to release the book on December 21st at a release party at the Lucy Parsons Center in Jamaica Plain. You are all invited, but if you are interested in getting an early copy, perhaps as a Xmas present for your comrades, you can do so at this web address:

https://www.createspace.com/4055947

Thanks for the support!

Jake Carman

http://www.JakeCarman.com

http://Facebook.com/baamhistory

(book release party) : https://www.facebook.com/events/519281138096281/

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