This issue of Perspectives interviews historian and radical critic Howard Zinn. Also included is a piece on what everyday life is like for Palestinians who live under a military occupation: what techniques are used to maintain control; how violence and the threat of such differs from other colonial regimes; and how anarchists may understand this conflict and contribute to understanding and resistance. Also included is Chuck Morse's regular contribution, "What's happening: Books and Events," which reports on new books, articles, and other resources that are relevant to the anarchist community.
* War is the Health of the State: An Interview with Howard Zinn by Paul Glavin & Chuck Morse
* The Violence of Everyday life in the Occupied Palestinian Territories by John Petrovato
* What's Happening: Books and Events by Chuck Morse
* Cultura Libre
* Institute for Anarchist Studies Update
* From the New IAS Director
* IAS Grant Awards
* IAS Grant Updates
* Promoting Critical Scholarship on Social Domination and Radical Social Reconstruction: the IAS's 2003 Fundraising Campaign
* Donate to the IAS & Get Great Books
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The Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS), a nonprofit foundation established in 1996 to support the development of anarchism, is primarily a grant-giving organization for radical writers. To date, we have funded over thirty projects by authors from countries around the world, including Argentina, Canada, Chile, Ireland, Nigeria, Germany, South Africa, and the United States.