Review of We, The Anarchists by Stuart Christie

A review of the definitive book on the FAI. Essential reading for anyone interested in Spanish Anarchism.

Review of The CNT in the Spanish Revolution by Jose Peirats

Review of an essential book for understanding the CNT and the Spanish Revolution.

How we shall bring about the revolution

A review of a classic of French revolutionary syndicalism. Essential reading for anyone wanting to find out about its ideas on social change.

A review of Anarchism by Albert Parson

A review of the book Albert Parson produced while in prison awaiting execution after the Haymarket police riot of 1886. An essential introduction to the ideas of the Chicago Anarchists.

Review of What is Anarchism by Alexander Berkman

A review of a classic introduction to communist-anarchism by one of its leading militants.

Review of Rudolf Rocker's Anarcho-Syndicalism

A review of Rocker's classic introduction to anarcho-syndicalist ideas and movements.

Interview: NYC anarchist at the G8 in Japan

The 34th G8 summit took place in Japan July 7th to 9th 2008. Andrew Flood interviewed Diane K. a member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and the (US) Northeast Federation of Anarchist-Communists (NEFAC) who traveled to Japan from New York to take part in the summit protests and counter summit.

Democracy is undemocratic

A defence of anarchist organisation (i.e., self-management) against Leninist claims that it is "undemocratic." It shows that the logical position of this so-called critique is centralised rule by one person.

Argentina and the left

An Anarchist critique of two Trotskyist analyses of the Argetine revolt against neo-liberalism, showing their limitations and how they implicitly call for party rule.

From Riot to Revolution

An Anarchist analysis of the revolt against neo-liberalism in Argentina, with suggestions on how it could be turned into a genuine social revolution rather than a mere revolt.

  


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