Monday, May 15, 2006

MLL pamphlet: "Revisionist History"

A fifth classic Movement of the Libertarian Left (MLL) pamphlet by the late Samuel Edward Konkin III, edited and lightly updated by me, is now available for free download: Libertarian Revisionist History. It’s a handy PDF, easily opened with Adobe Reader. Print double-sided as many copies as you like, fold them into tri-fold brochures, and distribute them widely to spread the word about This Movement of Ours.

This brochure is great for political outreach, especially on campus to those students who question the “official” party line of State-sponsored Court Historians and establishment academics. The pamphlet is black and white to keep your printing and photocopying costs low, but it looks terrific when printed on a colored paper stock. On the back panel, there’s space for your rubberstamp or a sticky label so those interested in further info on the MLL can find you.

Of course, you can still find free PDF files of four prior SEK3 pamphlets — Introducing the Movement of the Libertarian Left, Counter-Economics, War or Liberty: The Real Choice, and Tax is Theft! — at Agorism.info and BlackCrayon.com.

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7 Comments:

At 5:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as the Libertarian Left.

 
At 5:46 PM, Anonymous Chuck McGlawn said...

Libertarian Left is an oxymoron. Libertarian and Right are synonymous. Chuckest@aol.com

 
At 11:32 PM, Blogger Kevin Carson said...

Well, Wally, I see you're being trolled by historical illiterates.

Anyway, it's a great pamphlet. If you revise it in the future, you might consider including a section on Cold War revisionism. Gabriel Kolko and William Blum are both good writers on the subject.

 
At 4:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't strike me as an effective brochure. "There were some people said some things, and there were other people who disagreed with them, and you can read all about it if you get off your can and get to a library." Where is the emotional appeal? Where are examples of specific court-historian "lies" to spark the reader's interest? This approach is like posting a flyer in the supermarket that says, "I'm selling a boat. I consider it a nice boat. If you're interested, look for my ad in the newspaper classifieds." Nobody sells stuff that way because nobody SELLS stuff that way.

 
At 2:05 AM, Anonymous Daniel Ong said...

More anarchist pamphlets for you:
http://www.umich.edu/news/index.html?Releases/2006/Apr06/r042606a
(I haven't gone through them)

 
At 8:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

great stuff. thanks a lot

 
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