The section of "The Anarchist of Approximations" deals in some depth with that notion of "approximation." "Mutualist Musings on Property" draws together some of my blog and forum posts with new framing and connective sections, and sets the scene for the "New Approximation" that begins in issue #4. This issue's "on alliance" is a look back at my early posts on the blog of the same name, as I try to come to productive terms with my recent secession from the ALL. The Distributive Passions chapter is mostly set in the 305th Century, AD, when the world has been perfected, roughly on Fourier's timeline, and it's all downhill from there. Playing Julian West in this Looking Backward-and-then-some is Kali, a damaged and thoroughly disgruntled cyborg soldier, whose suicide attempt 28,000+ years ago seems to have had world-historical consequences. For her, picking up the pieces will require finding out what happened in the interim, which will take us back to 2005, and so on. I hope all of the issue will be as fun to read as it has been to write.
ALLiance #3. Published by Chris Lempa.
ALLiance a journal of theory and strategy aims to be a movement journal for the Alliance of the Libertarian Left. Contributors include Kevin Carson, Darian Worden, Jim Davidson, Fed Foldvary, and Nick Louras.
Veteran agorists, curious conservatives, and disenchanted liberals will be enthralled by the most recent issue of ALLiance.