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#Anarchism and #Marxism: In Dialogue with #Anarchopac

Zoe (AKA Anarchopac) join’s Breht for the second installment of our sub-series “In Dialogue With Anarchism”. Topics include: Anarchist social theory, organizationally-minded tendencies within anarchism, the Marxist and Anarchist conceptions of the State, our different organizing strategies, whether or not we can work together, and more!

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Today: 100 years after #RosaLuxemburg was killed – Her last known piece of writing

The following editorial is the last known piece of writing by Rosa Luxemburg. It was written just after the Spartacus uprising was crushed by the German government and in the hours prior to the arrest and murder of her and Karl Liebknecht by the Freikorps.

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The Capitalist Nature Of The Great Leap Forward

A Libertarian Communist analysis of the Great Leap Forward under Mao Tse-Tung and the Chinese Communists which aims to show that the Great Leap Forward was a capitalist project rather than a socialist, or communist one.

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CWO/ICT #London, November 2018: The significance of the German revolution

Reflections on the 1918 German revolution at the CWO/ICT Public Meeting in London (November 17 2018).

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Gilles Dauvé: Capitalism and communism

Excellent text from Gilles Dauvé outlining the development of capitalism, and communism as the real movement in everyday life which tends towards the abolition of wage labour. Capitalism would be too happy to see us change our lives locally while it carries on globally. Because it is a central force, the State has to be demolished by central action. Because its power base is ubiquitous, it must be extinguished everywhere. Communisation will combine both dimensions… or fail.

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#Autonomism – “Many Flowers Little Fruit”

Many points in this piece doesn’t necessarily reflect our views. But we still think it’s an interesting read – A response to the comments and criticisms of our article “Autonomism: Cutting the Ground From Under Marxism“.

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#Autonomism: Cutting the Ground From Under #Marxism

Many points in this piece doesn’t necessarily reflect our views. But we still think it’s an interesting read – The building of a new mode of production which is based on the self-activity of all people cannot be delegated to any body – not even a working class party. It is only through the mass organs of working class life that a new society can be built. Communism cannot be brought in by decree but is the living product of a mass collective consciousness struggling towards new forms of social organisation.

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