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Gimme the Loot

By Gavin Mueller 29 August 2012

  From Zizek to Badiou, I'm not much swayed by the revival of Jacobin politics, but who can not like the Toussaint/Boukman? silhouet...

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Crises Capitalism and Independence Doctrines

By Gordon Asher and Leigh French 28 August 2012

An open letter/essay proposing to establish dialogue over Scottish independence       Cr...

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The Housing Monster

By anthony 23 August 2012

THE HOUSING MONSTER and HOUSING CRISIS? Two recent publications focusing on housing. From Prole.info The Housing Monster takes one seemingly simple...

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Crime Scene Investigation

By Benedict Seymour 20 August 2012

Shot at while eating alfresco in Broadway Market, E8. I think it's some kind of karma. Certainly another episode for the East London Book of the Dead....

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The Marikana Mine Worker's Massacre – a Massive Escalation in the War on the Poor

By Ayanda Kota 19 August 2012

Reposted from: http://abahlali.org/node/9035 8 August 2012     The Marikana Mine Worker's Massacre – a Massive Escalatio...

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A Critical Review of Anarchism & the City

By PG 16 August 2012

Reposted from The Anvil http://theanvilreview.org/ May 24, 2012 By pg Note from author: This review was orphaned from another an...

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Editorial Mute 3 #3

By Josephine Berry Slater 15 August 2012

In this issue of Mute, a disagreement over the politics of the ‘We are the 99%’ slogan emerges in articles by Clinical Wasteman and Nick Thoburn. ...

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This isn't a Virus, it's a Time Machine

By Benedict Seymour 16 May 2020

In a 2015 London Review of Books essay Fredric Jameson briefly imagines the Bolshevik Party as a kind of time machine. The party is a device by mean...

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Art Strikes: An Inventory

By Stewart Martin 1 May 2020

What does it mean to strike art? A recent upswing of 'art strikes', from the actions against Trump’s inauguration, to the covering of works of art i...

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Solidarity and Collective Autonomy: An Interview with Woodbine

By Rouen dans la Rue 20 April 2020

Woodbine recently published a text on getting organised within the pandemic, ‘Mutual Aid, Social Distancing, and Dual Power in the State of Emergenc...

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On the reactionary developments around immigration at the EU-Turkey border

By Antithesi 16 March 2020

When the government of Turkey decided in the beginning of March to encourage immigrants to cross the borders in Evros, the reaction of the Greek government was to militarize border control, to open fire, injure and kill immigrants and to suspend asylum applications. At the same time, it gave free reign to fascist vigilante groups to engage in attacks...

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Sex, Strikes and Andean Textiles

By Vivienne Richmond 9 March 2020

In her review of Ines Doujak and John Barker’s anthology, Loomshuttles, Warpaths, a materialist history and collaborative meditation on Andean texti...

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SF State Strike Commemoration

By Joy Magezis 7 March 2020

On Tuesday 3rd March, the poet, veteran activist and former student radical Joy Magezis joined strikers on the Royal College of Art picket in Batterse...

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Four Fights

By Art Workers 5 March 2020

On 20 February, art school workers across Britain began an unprecedented fourteen days of strike action.The number of strike days is escalating each w...

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STR!KE

By Emily LaBarge 2 March 2020

In unprecedented numbers, UK universities are on strike. The UCU-led action broaches the full spectrum of neoliberal misery to which the marketised un...

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Resisting Coronavirus

By Andy Climacus 26 February 2020

On the politics of the pandemic and organising to protect those most vulnerable  I know my left wing friends don't want to talk about coronavi...

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‘History Is No Longer On Our Side’: An Interview with Jérôme Baschet

By ACTA 23 January 2020

Interview conducted on September 12, 2019 by ACTA, on the occasion of the publication of Baschet’s new book on the Gilets Jaunes uprising, Une Juste...

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Capital Abandon: Some words on and oft inspired by Jacques Camatte

By Howard Slater 6 January 2020

While for many on the Left, the theory of ultra-left communist Jacques Camatte has long been condemned for its ‘nostalgia’ and ‘primitivism’, ...

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A Tribute to the Poet Sean Bonney (1969-2019)

By mute 22 November 2019

The poet Sean Bonney died last week in Berlin. He was an inspiration to all at Mute, a great friend, kindred spirit and supporter. He’ll be greatly missed. Over the years we had the pleasure and honor of publishing some of his works. Our deepest condolences to his family, loved ones and friends.

Below are works that have appeared in Mute.

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