Robert Anton’s Wilson’s RICH Economy: Excerpts from the Schrodinger’s Cat Trilogy

In the second book of Robert Anton Wilson’s Schrodinger’s Cat Trilogy, the author incorporates a proposal for creating a post-scarcity, post-work society into a fictional narrative.Wilson is a well known figure in individualist anarchist and anti-work communities and his work often featured ideas associated with both, in addition to heaping helpings of Discordian chaos. R.…

“Liberation from Institutional Employment”, by Aragorn Beowolf (Part 1)

Nick’s Notes: You can find this article here. As for when part two will be up that is entirely in the hands of Charles W. Johnson (AKA Rad Geek) who helps run the fair-use.org site.    The least treated problem of libertarian action in a statist context is that of institutional employment. More often than…

“Down and Out in Paris and London”, by George Orwell (Excerpt from Chapter 22, with an Introduction from Mr. Wilson)

Note: The following is an excerpt from the 22nd chapter from George Orwell’s first full length book “Down and Out in Paris and London”. In the chapters leading up to this one the author describes the lives of people working as Plonguers or dishwashers at luxury hotels and restaurants in Paris. In the book he…

“The Truth about Labor Day”, by Thaddeus Russell

(Nick’s Notes: Thaddeus has approvingly linked to this version of the essay as well) On Monday, millions of Americans will celebrate Labor Day in a time-honored way – by deliberately avoiding labor. They’ll attend barbecues and beach parties; they might even kick back in their hammocks and lawn chairs with a feeling of entitlement, secure…