Center for a Stateless Society

The Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS) is an anarchist think-tank and media center. Its mission is to explain and defend the idea of vibrant social cooperation without aggression, oppression, or centralized authority. In particular, it seeks to enlarge public understanding and transform public perceptions of anarchism, while reshaping academic and movement debate, through the production and distribution of market anarchist media content, both scholarly and popular, the organization of events, and the development of networks and communities, and to serve, along with the Alliance of the Libertarian Left and the Molinari Institute, as an institutional home for left market anarchists. For the Zine Library


Don’t Call the Pigs

Logan Marie Glitterbomb

A Guide to Creating an Alternative Justice System

The Desktop Regulatory State (book)

In The Desktop Regulatory State, Kevin Carson shows how the power of self-regulation, which people engaged in social cooperation have always possessed, has been amplified and intensified by changes in consciousness — as people have become aware of their own power and of their ability to care for themselves without the state — and in technology — especially information technology. ($14.00) 

Anarchy and Democracy (book)

This Mutual Exchange Symposium, featuring authors such as William Gillis, Kevin Carson, Nathan Goodman, Grayson English, Jesse Baldwin, Derek Wittorff, and Jessica Flanagan, explores the question of democracy in anarchism. Essays debate questions such as “is democracy always entwined with the state?” “How do democratic values relate to anarchist values?” and the historical interactions of anarchism and democracy. ($12.00) 

Fighting Fascism (book)

 Anarchists are, by definition, anti-fascist. They oppose all forms of fascism just as they oppose all forms of statism, domination, and oppression. What’s left to be settled, however, is what our anti-fascist commitment entails in practice. This anthology explores different theories of anti-fascism, strategies for opposing fascism, and questions surrounding political violence and free speech in the face of rising authoritarianism. 

We Want the Jackboots Gone (sticker)

 “From Portland to Hong Kong, We Want the Jackboots Gone.” Small vinyl sticker for $0.20 each, or $3.00 for a set.
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Abolish Police (sticker)

“Abolish Police.” Small vinyl sticker for $0.25 each.

ACAB Pack (sticker pack)

$4.00 for a variety pack of anti-police stickers. 

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Abolish Power: (sticker)

“Abolish Power.” Large vinyl sticker for $0.40 each. 

Against the Tanks (sticker)

“Always Against the Tanks.” Small vinyl sticker for $0.20 each, or $3.00 for a set.
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