First in a several part series in which Daniel "Anark" Baryon develops a modern synthesis of anarchism. It is not intended as an introduction to anarchism, but instead a broad coverage of anarchist ideas, discussing the state, Capital as Power, kyriarchy, the mega-machine, queer anarchism, Black anarchism, social ecology, decolonial ideas, and much more...
In part one Daniel lays out the anarchist mode of structural critique and apply this theory of power to a variety of hierarchical power structures.
This book is a transcription of Daniel's long form essays on which can be found at A Modern Anarchism Playlist.
You can also read these essay's on Libcom.
[This is a pre-order and your book will be issued in May]