Issue #3 contents

Modern Slavery

Number 3 / Spring-Summer 2014

After an amazing number of difficulties over the last year Modern Slavery #3 has now been published and is in the process of being distributed. It should be showing up on newsstands throughout North America by now. It has been most recently delayed by the closing and bankruptcy of what was until recently the largest magazine distributor in the US, SOURCE-INTERLINK. However, we have arranged for alternative distribution to replace most of the sites lost with the final extinction of Source-Interlink, and subscription copies are also now being shipped!



An Introduction to Modern Slavery: Part 3 by Jason McQuinn p.7

Illegalism: Why Pay for the Revolution on the Installment Plan…When you can Steal One? by Paul Z. Simons  p.8

Critical Self-Theory:The Non-ideological Critique of Ideology  by Jason McQuinn  p.35

An Interview with Manolo Gonzalez: On anarchist culture in the Spanish Revolution  p.62

The Situationists and May ’68: Chapter 3 of The Old World is Behind You by Karen Goaman p.74

The Greatness of my Ambition: Chapter 3 of Strangers in an Alien World by Wolfi Landstreicher p.93

Slavery & Slack: Part 2 – Slack by Joseph Winogrond  p.104

Chomsky on Anarchism or Chomsky on the Nod? A Review Essay on Noam Chomsky’s Chomsky on Anarchism by Bob Black  p.140

The Mysteries of Paris reviewed by Max Stirner – translation and introduction by Lawrence Stepelevich  p.172

A Moral Sermon on Debt: David Graeber’s Debt: The first 5,000 Years: A Review Essay by Wolfi Landstreicher  p.182



EDITORIAL: The Slave Syndrome by Jason McQuinn p.4

MODERN SLAVERY Notes: Can We get Serious? by Jason McQuinn p.6


Decolonizing Anarchism by Maia Ramnath – reviewed by Paul Z. Simons p.180

Max Stirner edited by Saul Newman – reviewed by Jason McQuinn p.197



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