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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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Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Things well done and things done by half

Essay by Alfredo M. Bonanno: We are not the only ones facing the level of the clash. As anarchists we can have all the illusions we like, illusions of purity and being a voice in the desert, but sooner or later we must concede that we are in company, bad company.

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A Case for Anarchist Class Analysis: Why it Works Better than the Marxist Approach and What it Means for Struggles

The purpose of this pamphlet is giving a coherent, comparative analysis on how anarchists and Marxists view the concept of “class,” and the political implications of each approach.

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Albert Parsons: The life of the Chicago anarchist and labour martyr in his own words – #MayDay

The autobiography of Albert Parsons, Haymarket martyr, written from prison.

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The Rough Road to Power: Comments on “Goodbye Revolution?”

A commentary by Patrick Berkman on the essay “Goodbye Revolution?” by Tim Horras which grapples with various debates around power and the path to socialist transformation.

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The Hague: Bannerdrops in solidarity with the anarchist being prosecuted in #Belgium

Today we have hung up four banners at various locations in The Hague, the Netherlands, in solidarity with the anarchists being prosecuted in Belgium. Hundreds of flyers were also thrown around.

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Date announced in extensive trial against anarchists in #Belgium

From 2008, the Belgian State started a large investigation aiming at different struggles – but always without concessions – against detention centres, borders, prisons and the world of authority and exploitation. In its viewfinder: the anarchist library Acrata, anarchist and anti-authoritarian publications (Hors Service, La Cavale and Tout doit partir), dozens of fl yers and posters, more than a hundred actions, attacks and sabotages…in other words the fi ght against Power in all its different expressions.

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Some of My Past Political Mistakes – Re-evaluating a 1985 Dialogue on Anarchism and Marxism

In the 1980s I participated in a “dialogue” about anarchism and Marxism. Re-reading my writing now, when I am a revolutionary anarchist, I think that much of what I wrote then was wrong–with one exception. I went over certain key issues, such as the strengths and weaknesses of Marxism, the state, the revolutionary party, election participation, and national liberation–topics which are still important for anarchists and other radicals to consider and debate.

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Support Anarchist Bookfair #Malmö

Swedish territory: Yesterday we reported about the upcoming anarchist bookfair in Stockholm. Today we ask you to support the anarchist bookfair in Malmö.

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