Practical Anarchy

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Practical Anarchy
Practical Anarchy number 13 Spring 2001 cover.jpg
Spring 2001 issue of Practical Anarchy
Publisher Alternative Media Project
First issue 1991
Final issue 2007
Based in Madison, Wisconsin
OCLC number 27432305

Practical Anarchy was an anarchist magazine that was published quarterly by the Alternative Media Project.[1][2] Begun in 1991 as an irregular publication, for many years it advocated anarchy as practice, such as organizing housing cooperatives, environmentalism, workplaces and DIY media. Its slogans were "put a little anarchy into your life" and "anarchy is everywhere". It was canceled in 2007 for the creation of a new magazine, Infoshop News & Views.[3]

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  1. ^ Pymm, Bob (August 1, 2002). "Universal texts." ([dead link]). The Australian Library Journal. 
  2. ^ Hawthorn, Tom (10/12/08). "Treasuring the West Coast's anarchic history". The Globe and Mail. 
  3. ^ "Alasbarricadas interviews Infoshop founder, Chuck Munson", Infoshop.org, 2008-02-20.

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