From the archive of struggle, no.41: Anarchist poster special

Today’s feature is the Just Seeds Visual Artsts’ Co-op.

18Pesadilla_170.jpgRafael Baca
Nuestro Mas Hermoso Sueño es tu Peor Pesadilla/Our Most Beautiful Dream is Your Worst Nightmare

ElMaizEsNuestro_170.jpg Favianna Rodriguez
El Maíz Es Nuestro

Dill170.jpg Brains, Brilliancy, Bohemia: Art & Politics in Jazz-Age Chicago.

rio170.jpg Favianna Rodriguez
Rio

16PINK_170.jpg Lapiztola
Emiliano Zapata silkscreen

02emmag_170.jpg
Ben Rubin
Emma Goldman

From the archive, below the fold:

Collective Interventions Insurgent Mexico Archive:

*Broken Barricades [n.d.]

Robert Graham’s anarchist history weblog:

*Proudhon on Insurrection and Resistance
*Emma Goldman & Max Baginski: Individuality, Autonomy & Organization (1907)
*Malatesta on Anarchism, Individualism and Organization (1907)

Jalan:

* Lauren Ray: ¡YA BASTA! Reflections on Asian and Latino Workers in the Immigrant Rights Movement (2008)
*Jane Mee Wong: Retrieving an Asian American Anarchist tradition (2008)

Anarkismo:

*Péter Konok “Ten Years Ago – Unions vs. the Proletariat: The “Miners March” in Romania” [1999]

*Malcolm Brown “A Proud Troublemaker: Pat Mackie, 1914-2009” [2009]

IWW Australia:

*Pat Mackie Resources on the web [2009]

Tendance Coates:

*Andrew Coates “Wilf Page: Norfolk Red” [2009]

Illvox:

*Harry Cleaver “NeoZapatismo and Autonomy” (2009)

Kate Sharpley Library:

Cesare Zaccaria (19 August 1897-October 1961) 4 décembre, par Masini, Pier Carlo, Sharkey, Paul [Anarchist propagandist also known by his nom de plume as David Levi, was born on 19 August 1897 in the Borzoli quarter in Genoa, Italy. From boyhood he was a friend of Camillo Berneri. In 1916 he was involved in anti-militarist propaganda against the First World War. In 1926 he moved to Naples (…)

Neprimye:

*Jock Haston: The Dual character of the USSR: Marxism versus phrasemongering (RCP Conference Documents, 1946) [This is a defence of the position of the Revolutionary Communist Party majority defending a broadly orthodox Trotskyist conception of the USSR against a Stalinoid minority led by Gerry Healey. Haston’s position skirts close to a “state capitalist” analysis, but stops short of it.]

*Duncan Hallas: Electoral Slates and Joint Slates (Socialist Workers Party Bulletin No 3 May 1977) [As Neprimeriye’s intro states, this text “by Duncan Hallas, a founder of the Socialist Review Group in 1950 and for many years a leader of International Socialists, does not appear on the Marxist Internet Archive. It is a fascinating document which reveals much about both the SWP and its rival groups nearly thirty years ago. A reading of this article is a useful exercise in debunking much of the accumulated bunkum of the intervening years.” Basically, Hallas, attacking the IMG, deploys arguments that could equally be deployed against the more recent incarnation of the SWP, with its dabbling in populist electoralism a la Respect [sic]. For myself, I sharply differentiate between the politics of the Socialist Alliance and those of Respect, but that’s another story.]

*Mike Pearn: Dear comrades (2007?) [Open letter to Loren Goldner on the degeneration of left communism and Trotskyism, with specific reference to the British SWP]

The rest of the links come from Entdinglichung’s latest.

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 26. Iran and Afghanistan
** Iran 1979: Can Popular Power win? (1979, pdf-Datei)
** Khomeiny’s two front war (1979, pdf-Datei)
** Iran: the Reality is much more Complex (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Gulf War (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Clerical Fascism (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Iran: what to make of the Mojahedin? (1983, pdf-Datei)
** Soviet Troops out of Afghanistan! (1980, pdf-Datei)
* OPINIONS ABOUT BIG FLAME no 3 part 2: JOHN WALLER

La Bataille Socialiste:

* La Batalla numérisée
* Ignacio Iglesias: Les erreurs du P.O.U.M. (1974, Auszug aus Trotsky et la Révolution espagnole)

* Karl Marx: Lettre sur Proudhon (1865)
* Charles Rappoport/Adéodat Compère-Morel: La vie et l’oeuvre de Cabet (1912)
* Jules Guesde: Au congrès national des mineurs de France
* Le machinisme (1913)
* Ante Ciliga: Le « Groupe ouvrier » russe (1978)

Collectif Smolny:

* La Révolution prolétarienne: Albert Camus et la littérature prolétarienne (1960)

LibCom:

* Ruth Frow/Edmund Frow: The battle of Bexley Square: Salford unemployed workers’ demonstration – 1st October, 1931 (1994)
* Susana Pinar: Emergence of Modern Genetics in Spain and the Effects of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) on Its Development (2002)
* Joe White: Anarchist organisation … the next step (1990)
* Wildcat UK: How socialist is the Socialist Workers Party? (1985)
* Gilles Dauvé: Capitalism and communism (1972)
* Louis Adamic: „Dynamite… That’s the Stuff“ (1930)
* prole.info: Lavoro comunità politica guerra (2005)
* Paul Avrich: What is „Makhaevism“? (1965)
* An interview with workers at Fiat, 1970
* Troploin: What’s it all about? Questions and answers (2007)
* Troploin: Alice in monsterland (2001)
* Wang Shih-wei: Wild Lily (1942)
* Jeremy Brecher: The World War II and post-war strike wave (1997)
* Michael Richards: Morality and Biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, Revolution and Women Prisoners in Malaga (2001)
* Ting Ling: Thoughts on 8 March (Women’s Day) (1942)

Workers’ Liberty:

* Sean Matgamna: Was the 1916 Rising a „Putsch“? Lenin, Radek, Trotsky (1978)

The Anarchist Library:

* Rob los Ricos: Against The New World Order (2001)
* Errico Malatesta: Anarchy (1891)
* John Connor: (The) Emperor Wears No Clothes: More on Mayday, May Day! (2001)
* Craig Rosebraugh: Hit ‘Em Where it Hurts (2003)
* No Globalisation… and a good few ‘no’s when it comes to anti-globalisation too! (2001)
* Georges Bataille: (The) Solar Anus (1931)
* Cindy Milstein: Something Did Start in Quebec City: North America’s Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Movement (2003)

Espace contre ciment:

* Rosa Luxemburg: Martinique (1902)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Stillstand und Fortschritt im Marxismus (1903)
* David Harvey: Le « Nouvel Impérialisme » : accumulation par expropriation (2004)
* Joseph Paul-Boncour: Le « député idéal » – Portrait (1906)
* Kurt Tucholsky: Horizontaler und vertikaler Journalismus (1925)
* Kurt Tucholsky: Tucholskys letzte Erkenntnisse – Brief an Arnold Zweig (1935)
* Gustav Landauer: Sind das Ketzergedanken? (1913)

Archive.org:

* Workers Communist League (U.S.): Is the Stalin general line correct? (1933, die einzige jemals veröffentlichte Broschüre der von der CPO um Jay Lovestone abgespaltenen Gruppe um Ben Gitlow und Lazar Becker)
* François Villegardelle: Histoire des idées sociales avant la révolution française; ou, Les socialistes modernes, dévancés et dépassés par les anciens penseurs et philosophes, avec textes à l’appui (1846)
* Ken Leech: Christians And Fascism (1977)
* John Noyes: History of American socialisms (1870)

The Commune:

* Tony Lane: Capitalism, labourism and the ‘trade union party’ (1974)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Fourier und Fourier, oder: Die Entwicklung der globalen Erwärmung von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft

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