Anarchist history

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Anarchosocialist "Democracy"

Anarchosocialist "Democracy"

Government in Catalonia

Government in Catalonia

James Donald asks "Whatever happened to anarchy?" in Catalonia during the revolution. This is an important question and one that anarchists have discussed many times since July 19th, 1936. However, the answer to this question is a little bit different than the one Donald suggests.

Terror in Catalonia

Terror in Catalonia

James Donald claims he is presenting a "collection of horrors committed by the "anarcho" socialists of Catalonia: horror stories from various eyewitnesses." He then goes on to state that "in this article I make little attempt to put these little vignettes into a coherent story." However, as we will see, this story is distinctly false.

What really happened in Spain?

What really happened in Spain?

James A. Donald's Reign of Error

James A. Donald's Reign of Error

Contents

Right-wing "libertarians" on Spanish Anarchism

Right-wing "libertarians" on Spanish Anarchism: A reply

Bakunin: Ignorance or Lies?

A short critique of a sadly typical Leninist account of Bakunin by a leading member of the British SWP.

Anarchism & the Chinese Revolution - video and audio

A 60 minute recording of a talk and discussion on the Chinese revolution and the Chinese anarchist movement. It's available here as google video, mp4 and mp3 formats, the first two are preferred as the viewer will then be able to see the images referenced during the talk. 

 

The Spanish Revolution: 70 Years On

An overview of the Spanish Revolution and its lessons for anarchists and other radicals.

The Anarchists of Casas Viejas

Review of a classic of social anthropology which debunks numerous myths about Spanish anarchism. An important and inspiring work.

  


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