Some radical history notes:
Big Flame history blog: on some other radical history projects on the web.
Democratic socialism: Happy birthday, Oscar Wilde, Fabian anarchist.
New and not so new archival material below the fold.
These are from Lust for Life and are not necessarily new, but I haven’t visited before.
*K. J. Kenafick: Foreward to Marxism, Freedom, and the State (by Bakunin) – by K.J. Kenafick (1950); Mikhail Bakunin and Karl Marx – by K.J. Kenafick (1948); Marxism, Freedom, and the State (Site #1; Site #2) – translated by K.J. Kenafick. Extracts from various of Bakunin’s works, including his controversy with Marx and the nature and characteristics of the State. Published by Freedom Press (London, England), 1990.
* Jean Jaures: The Causes of the Revolution: The Philosophical Spirit (1901)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Socialism and The Churches (1905)
* Wayne Thorpe: Revolutionary syndicalist internationalism, 1913-1923: the origins of the International Working Men’s Association (1979)/* Wayne Thorpe: The Workers Themselves (1989)
* Marshall S. Shatz: Jan Waclaw Machajski: A Radical Critic Of The Russian Intelligensia And Socialism(1989)
* Sylvia Pankhurst: The potato pickers (1919)
* Camilo Berneri: Between the war and the Revolution (1936)
* Camilo Berneri: The anarchists in government in Spain: Open letter to comrade Federica Montseny(1937)
* Camilo Berneri: On militarisation of the militias (1937)
* James P. Cannon: Catholic Action: a rift in the iron curtain (1947)
* Melba Windoffer: Struggle for a Proletarian Party: The Rise and Decline of the SWP, 1940 – 1965 (1974)
* Bob Darke; Poor Lenin (1952/1993, Auszug)
* Clara Fraser: Origins of FSP’s Theory on the Leadership of Women of Color (1977)
* Peter Linebaugh: The Incomplete, True, Authentic and Wonderful History of May Day (1986)
* Wiledaldo Solano: Nin y Maurín: vidas paralelas (1993, pdf-Datei)
* Sean Matgamna: Reply to John McIlroy (2005)