The english-language publication of NEFAC, the Northeastern Anarchist, is available now.  For those who’ve never seen it, the NEA is a great publication that covers “class struggle anarchist theory, history, strategy, debate and analysis in an effort to further develop anarchist-communist ideas and practice.”  Among other things, this issue  contains articles such as Kicking the Commies out of Cleveland: Militant Labor under Attack at the Onset of McCarthyismThe Ecological Challenge: Three Revolutions are Necessary, and a great piece by Moretown, VT’s David Van Duesen, Vermont Communes: A Look Back At The 60s Counter-Culture & Politics, which explores some of the political and social ideas of the hippie movement and its effects on Vermont.

Copies can be purchased at many radical bookstores and infoshops throughout the U.S. and Canada, and even some select places in Europe.  Locally, Black Sheep Books in Montpelier carries them.  You can also click the above link to NEFAC’s website and order directly through them, or you could even contact me and I’ll see to it that you’re holding one in your hands in no time.  Always worth a read, I find the NEA to offer some of the most insightful, relevant content of most any U.S.-produced magazine on radical ideas and their implementation.