Green Anarchy

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Green Anarchy
An Anti-Civilization Journal of Theory and Action
TypePolitical philosophy
FormatBiannual magazine
EditorJohn Zerzan
Political alignmentAnarcho-primitivism
Ceased publication2009
HeadquartersEugene, Oregon, US

Green Anarchy was a magazine published by a collective in Eugene, Oregon.[1] The magazine's focus was primitivism, post-left anarchy, radical environmentalism, African American struggles, anarchist resistance, indigenous resistance, earth and animal liberation, anti-capitalism and supporting political prisoners. It had a circulation of 8,000, partly in prisons, the prison subscribers given free copies of each issue as stated in the magazine.[2] Green Anarchy was started in 2000 and in 2009 the Green Anarchy website shut down, leaving a final, brief message about the cessation of the magazine's publication.

The subtitle of the magazine is "An Anti-Civilization Journal of Theory and Action".

Back issues are still available from their address.

Author John Zerzan was one of the publication's editors.[3][4]

In 2002, the magazine presented the Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski as a prisoner of war and published one of his texts entitled "Hit where it hurts".[4]

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  1. ^ Theodore J. Kaczynski; David Skrbina (February 1, 2011). Technological Slavery. p. 249. ISBN 978-1-4596-1038-5. Retrieved January 2, 2016.
  2. ^ Wild Times Ahead by Bill O'Driscoll, Pittsburgh City Paper, July 13, 2006
  3. ^ "GA". Retrieved 22 July 2021.
  4. ^ a b Elzbieta Posluszna, Environmental and Animal Rights Extremism, Terrorism, and National Security, 2015, p. 180.

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