1. Affective Disorder @ New School (Anonymous, Students for the Destruction of the State)
  2. Anarchism and Political Theory: Contemporary Problems (Uri Gordon)
  3. Anarchism and Psychology (Dennis Fox)
  4. Anti-Capital Projects (Anonymous)
  5. Avatar: An Anarcho-Primitivist Picture of the History of the World (Layla AbdelRahim)
  6. Bankrupt the System, Exploit The University (Sammy Scams)
  7. Beyond Primitivism: Toward a Twenty-First Century Anarchist Theory and Praxis for Science (Charles Thorpe, Ian Welsh)
  8. Communique from an Absent Future: The Terminus of Student Life (Research and Destroy)
  9. The Difference between Anarchy and the Academy (Peter Gelderloos)
  10. Emma Goldman for Sale (Anonymous)
  11. Feral Revolution (Feral Faun)
  12. Five Axioms for Action at UC Davis (J. Clover)
  13. For America To Live Europe Must Die (Russell Means)
  14. France: The General Strike of 1968 (Dermot Streeran)
  15. Intellectual Proletarians (Emma Goldman)
  16. The Left: Ashes to Phoenix (Andrew Flood)
  17. Live Week: Your University at Wheeler Hall (Anonymous)
  18. A New Kind of English: Cultural Variance, Citizenship and DiY Politics amongst the Exodus Collective in England (Lee Robert Blackstone)
  19. Oh No, Not the “A” word! Proposing an “Anarchism” for Education (Abraham DeLeon)
  20. On the Poverty of Student Life (U.N.E.F. Strasbourg)
  21. Playing Custer: Adventurism in the Occupation Movement (Anonymous)
  22. Postmodern Anarchism in the Novels of Ursula K. Le Guin (Lewis Call)
  23. The Question of Kennewick Man: re-writing colonization (Chris Kortright)
  24. Radical Archaeology as Dissent (Theresa Kintz)
  25. Review of Constituent Imagination (Aragorn!)
  26. Statement from John Bruning about his arrest (John Bruning)
  27. The Student Movement (Workers’ Solidarity Federation)
  28. Time to Be Constructive (Workers’ Solidarity Movement)
  29. We Are Still Here (Anonymous)
  30. We Are the Crisis (Anonymous)
  31. What Geography Ought to Be (Pëtr Kropotkin)
  32. What’s Wrong With School? (Answer: Everything) (James Hutchings)