Hot on the heels of sending out the last copy of #6, we are now finally out of Rolling Thunder #7 as well. As a result, we've made the complete PDF of the issue available for free download. Packed more densely than any to that point, our seventh issue strained at it's 114-page limit:
Anarchists coordinated mass mobilizations against the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, provoking major clashes; the global economy collapsed; Greece experienced an anarchist-organized insurrection in response to a police murder; and at the beginning of 2009, Oakland was shaken by similar unrest. Our coverage pushes beyond the surface of events to offer insight into the organizing structures and historical background, fleshing out timelines and analyses with personal narratives and cutting-edge cartography. In addition to all this, the issue includes an exploration of the relationship between the punk subculture and the anarchist movement, complemented by interviews with bands and collectives from beyond the white punk ghetto, and ends with a primer on small-town organizing using Winona, Minnesota as a case study.
We've reduced the price to just $8 for our Rolling Thunder Bundle bundle containing issues #8 – #10. And, don't forget, you can subscribe to Rolling Thunder to get future issues hot off the press, while also supporting the project and ensuring the journal's continued existence. Our current plan is to release issue #11 this fall.