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'''Anti-Mass - Methods of organization for collectives''' is an essay written anonymously in 1970 or 1971. The authors called themselves the Red Sunshine Gang and are believed to have been members of the civil rights and anti-war movement in Berkeley, California, USA. It quotes Mao and argues revolution is only possible through the actions of small collectives. The essay has been published several times in different [[zine]] editions.
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'''Anti-Mass - Methods of organization for collectives''' is an essay written anonymously in 1970 or 1971. The authors called themselves the Red Sunshine Gang and are believed to have been members of the civil rights and anti-war movement in Berkeley, California, USA. It quotes Mao and argues revolution is only possible through the actions of small collectives. The essay has been published several times in different [[zine]] editions. It was critiqued in the pamphlet ''Methods for the Communalization of Confusion''.
  
 
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==External Links==
*[http://ickevald.net/resistance/anti-mass.htm Available online]
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*[http://ickevald.net/resistance/anti-mass.htm ''Anti-Mass'' available online]
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*[http://www.bopsecrets.org/PH/antimass.htm Critique online]
  
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Anti-Mass - Methods of organization for collectives is an essay written anonymously in 1970 or 1971. The authors called themselves the Red Sunshine Gang and are believed to have been members of the civil rights and anti-war movement in Berkeley, California, USA. It quotes Mao and argues revolution is only possible through the actions of small collectives. The essay has been published several times in different zine editions. It was critiqued in the pamphlet Methods for the Communalization of Confusion.

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