For those of us with very long memories, there were a number of local radical community papers around in the late 1960s and early 1970s. They encouraged support for local co-ops, provided advice on resisting gentrification, covered police violence against protesters and street people and on occasion even expressed concern about multi-national corporations taking control of the family farm. Daybreak is much more that type of publication than something arising from a specifically anarchist milieu. It is something encouraging to read — practical advice on urban gardening combined with news of anarchists involved in public dissent may be laying down the foundation for a new world without hierarchy, the state and socially sanctioned violence.(Brian Burch)

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