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Infection: A Lewaniaan Mini-Zine

Social isolation is a catechism and public health experts are its clergy. Their word here is law and ordinary people apparently have no idea that coming into contact with sick people spreads disease. Young Americans are medieval peasants ignorant of modern medicine, rather than people taking calculated risks about exposure and treatment. It is up to the quarantine state apparatus to make these decisions for them.

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Shit Jobs: Tales from the Bottom Rung

Hate your job? You’re not alone.

We’ve called on a number of people to share their experiences; some are frustrating, some are heartbreaking, some are just monotonous. Whatever it may be, this is the face of work in the 21st century.

From the introduction:

Every working class person knows what it’s like to suffer the daily injustices and humiliations of the workplace, be it in the form of sexual harassment, unpaid overtime, the boss that reneges on their promises, impatient customers, and so on ad infinitum. This project is a place for people to share their stories and give an insight into the real and present conditions of the working class. Sometimes venting can be cathartic.

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Lewaniaan 1: Anarchy as Rupture

From the introduction:

In the following pages, you will find a critique of Marxist methodology, an analysis of contemporary Pashtun identity with an appeal towards endless creation in its place, and a case against what is often termed “left unity” in current anti-fascist work. Alongside these are two excellent pieces by Dabtara – the first, an evaluation of the opportunities that anti-globalization movements present for national anarchists (“national” understood here in the local sense rather than fascist), and the second, an analysis of the Platypus Society and its approaches based on firsthand experience… The hope is that continuing to publish will foster dialogue among whoever reads this, encourage a more creative anarchist thought, and allow me to discover new accomplices in our shared struggles (where you may reach me has been listed on the back).

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