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Mar 22, 21

Zine Release: Making Sense of Fascism

Screwtown Anti-fascist Committee presents a new zine featuring an abridged version of Matthew N. Lyons’ essay Two Ways of Looking at Fascism.

We are pleased to announce the release of this new zine “Making Sense of Fascism.” It can be purchased through our online shop here. This is an abridged version of Matthew N. Lyons’ essay “Two Ways of Looking at Fascism,” originally published in the July 2008 issue of Socialism and Democracy (Vol. 22, No. 2), available online at https://sdonline.org/issue/47/two-ways-looking-fascism.

We believe this essay provides an extremely valuable analysis of the class politics, ideology, and historical evolution of fascism. The booklets measure 5.5 inches in width and 8.5 inches in height. They feature custom artwork printed in color on the front and back covers by the Screwston Anti-Fascist Committee. Front and back covers are card stock paper with a semi-gloss matte texture. Zines are shipped in bubble mailer envelopes via USPS First Class Mail. Pricing per booklet goes down from $3 to $2 as you increase the quantity of your order through the selection of bulk packs.

These zines are also available as both digital and printable PDFs for free here:

Making Sense of Fascism – Digital Color PDF

Making Sense of Fascism – Printable Color PDF

Making Sense of Fascism – Printable Black and White PDF

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Screwston Antifascist Committee

About The Screwston Anti-fascist Committee is an organization formed in 2016 and dedicated to building resistance to fascism and the far-right in Houston, Texas. We draw inspiration from a long history of revolutionary anti-fascism in Houston and beyond, including Houston Anti-Racist Action in the 2000s and the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee in the 1970s and 80s. We also draw on a much longer history of fierce resistance to white supremacy, settler-colonialism, patriarchy, hetero-sexism, authoritarianism, and capitalism, particularly in the South.

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