Fifth Estate Collective
The FE Bookstore is located in the same place as the Fifth Estate Newspaper (?) [sic] and can be found at 4403 Second Avenue—telephone (313) 831–6800. Our hours vary quite a bit, so it’s always best to give us a ring before coming down.
HOW TO ORDER BY MAIL:
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2) Add 10% for mailing—not less than $.48 (the post-office has done it again and raised 4th class—books—mailing rates. $.48 is the cheapest and rises quickly after that);
3) Total (Michigan residents please add 4% sales tax—we’re working on trying to get away from this).
Please write all checks and money orders to: FIFTH ESTATE, and mail to FE BOOKS, 4403 Second Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48201, USA.
Back in Stock
Jeremy Brecher’s STRIKE!
Re-issued by South End Press STRIKE! tells the history of mass labor insurgence in the U.S. from 1877 to the present—as authentic revolutionary movements and their fight against the state, capital and trade unionism. Contains a new preface by the author.
330 pp. $4.95
COVER-UP LOWDOWN by Jay Kinney& Paul Mavrides
Is it all really a conspiracy? A complete conspiracy mobius strip, two stories and many of the Lowdowns which appear in this issue.
From Rip Off Press, 48 pp., $.75
ANARCHY COMICS edited by Jay Kinney
U.S. cartoonists Kinney, Spain and others plus foreign strips. A history of Kronstadt, Spain, and Makhno plus a lot of craziness.
From Last Gasp, $1
BINKY BROWN MEETS THE HOLY VIRGIN MARY by Justin Green
A comic Justin says is “must reading for neurotics of all creeds.”
LEAVING THE 20th CENTURY: THE INCOMPLETE WORKS OF THE SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONAL Compiled by Chris Gray
Finally, after two years we have a complete supply just arrived from England.
167 pp., $3
THE ANARCHISTS IN THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Edited by Paul Avrich
Exciting documents of the anarchists including Mahkno and the Anarcho-Futurists. Introduction by Avrich.
Cornell Press 178 pp., $3.95
LABOR AND MONOPOLY CAPITAL: The Degradation of Work in the 20th Century by Harry Braverman.
Monthly Review Press 465 pp., $5.95
THE COMMUNARDS OF PARIS 1871 Edited by Stewart Edwards
Documents provide a view of the origins and events of this great uprising.
Cornell University Press 180 pp., $3.95
1984 by George Orwell
Signet 268 pp., $1.50
“STATE-FETISHISM:” Some Remarks Concerning the Red Army Faction A. Grossman
The pamphlet form of the article by the same name that appears in the last issue of the FE and is the subject of the current debate in the letters column.
Spectre 8 pp., $.25
TELOS: A QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF RADICAL THOUGHT
If you can wade through the thickets of Telosese, this publication contains the best of contemporary critical theory.
No. 38 Winter 1978–9 includes “The Social Regime in Russia” by Castoriadis and “Unemployment” by Carlo as well as other articles & reviews. 238 pp.
No. 37 Fall 1978 features articles on “Rationalization and the Family,” “Americanization and Consumption,” “Chinese Asexuality,” and “Lenin and Taylor.” 264 pp.
Journals are $3.50 each
THE OLD WAYS By Gary Snyder
The destruction of human culture and the need for ethno-poetics.
City Lights 150 pp., $2.50
FOUR ARGUMENTS FOR THE ELIMINATION OF TELEVISION by Jerry Mander
Devastates the medium arguing that it is unreformable due to its inherent mediation of experience.
370 pp., $4.95
ON PHOTOGRAPHY By Susan Sontag
Photography examined as a wall between us and experience.
Delta 207 pp., $3.95
THE KRONSTADT COMMUNE Ida Mett
The original publication of the above mentioned book, but without an introduction by Bookchin
Solidarity, 67 pp., $1.00 (8.5 x11)
KRONSTADT ’21 by Victor Serge
Serge’s personal experiences.
Solidarity, 10 pp., $.30 (8.5 x 11)
THE KRONSTADT UPRISING OF 1921 Lynne Thorndycraft
Left Bank, 20 pp., $.50
THE MIRROR OF PRODUCTION Jean Baudrillard
Baudrillard examines the lessons of Marxism which has created a productivist model and a fetishism of labor. Asserts that Marxism reflects “all of Western metaphysics” and remains within the restrictive context of political economy whence it was born.
Telos Press 167 pp. $2.50
THE JUNGLE Upton Sinclair
Signet, 350 pp., $1.25
LISTEN LITTLE MAN by Wilhelm Reich
Published in 1947 “when the emotional plague conspired to kill orgone research.”
126 pp., $2.95
THE MASS PSYCHOLOGY OF FASCISM by Wilhelm Reich
Touchstone, 1970, 400 pp. $3.95
CHARACTER ANALYSIS by Wilhelm Reich
Touchstone, 545 pp., $4.95
THE TRIAL by Franz Kafka
Vintage, 340 pp., $1.95
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X
Ballantine, 460 pp., $1.95
THE TRAFFIC IN WOMEN AND OTHER ESSAYS ON FEMINISM by Emma Goldman
Times Change, 63 pp., $1.75
BREAKDOWN: Data on the Decomposition of Society by John & Paula Zerzan
Upshot, 10 pp., $.25
THE DOLLMAKER by Harriette Arnow
Story of a woman and her family fighting against being swallowed by the industrial system. Set in Detroit during WWII.
Avon 608 pp., $1.95
WILDCAT—DODGE TRUCK, JUNE 1974
ETR 32 pp., $.75
LESSONS OF THE GENERAL STRIKE 1926 by Bob Dent
Millennium 24 pp., $.50
UNIONS AGAINST REVOLUTION Essays by G. Munis and John Zerzan
Black & Red 62 pp., $.75
CREATION AND ITS ENEMIES: “The Revolt Against Work” by John Zerzan
Mutualist Books 64 pp., $2
PARADISE LOST: THE DECLINE OF THE AUTO INDUSTRIAL AGE by Emma Rothchild
264 pp., $1.95
LIFE IN THE IRON MILLS by Rebecca Harding Davis
111-year-old classic originally published in Atlantic Monthly written in secret by a woman isolated from the literary circles of the time.
The Feminist Press 1972,174 pp. $2.25
LUCY PARSONS, AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY Carolyn Ashbaugh
Kerr, 228 pp., $3.95
THE NEW MOVEMENT by Henri Simon
Solidarity, 13 pp., $.30
THE LORDSTOWN STRUGGLE AND THE REAL CRISIS IN PRODUCTION by Ken Weller
Solidarity, 12 pp., $.40
THE REPRODUCTION OF DAILY LIFE Fredy Perlman
Essay on the disposition of people to continue to alienate their working lives and reproduce the capitalist form of daily life.
Black & Red, 24 pp. 25 cents
LET HISTORY JUDGE by Roy A. Medvedev
Everything about living in Stalinist Russia and more.
Vintage, 566 pp., $4.95
REDEFINING REVOLUTION by Paul Cardan
To remain revolutionaries...or to remain marxists?
Solidarity (London) $1.00
ANARCHISM AND THE NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT by Alfredo M. Bonanno
A critique of national liberation and national liberation movements from an anarchist viewpoint.
Bratach Dubh, 16 pp., $.75
CRITIQUE OF SYNDICALIST METHODS: Trade Unionism to Anarcho-Syndicalism by Alfredo M. Bonanno
Bratach Dubh, 48 pp., $.75