This monograph written by CRAC is the first of what will be a long series on anti-authoritarian and anti-capitalist groups that have been part of the Québec landscape since 1995. Members of the eco-radical collective Liberterre were active participants in the action-research process, lasting two years, that produced the study. The document includes a first part describing the group (context in which it appeared, principles, sources of inspiration, motivations, ways of functioning, evolution). The second part provides an account of political analyses produced by members of the collective and their thoughts on the challenges of self-management in a stratified context. For a print copy of the monograph, please contact us at