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redmist
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Sep 2 2004 19:27
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Have just discovered this site which has libertarian Marxist/autonomist texts in its archive-its looks very useful.The section giving advice about reading in groups resonates with my recent experience at an evening class:taken over by a guru describing himself as a 'marxist-leninist-trotskyist' always pushing a particular interpretation of the books we were reading-beware those gurus!.Good advice also about slowing down when reading theory-no point rushing through loads of material just to say you've read it! Wish i'd had such advice some years back,ah well,here's the link if anyone's interested

http://www.endpage.org/Archives/Subversive_Texts/Wright_C/To_Read_or_Not_to_Read.htm

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pingtiao
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Sep 6 2004 09:20

Yeah, very good site.

Check out the solidarity texts- my favourite expression of class politics is in this one http://www.endpage.com/Archives/Subversive_Texts/Solidarity_UK/AsWeSeeIt.htm

As We See It

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Meaningful action, for revolutionaries, is whatever increases the confidence, the autonomy, the initiative, the participation, the solidarity, the equalitarian tendencies and the self -activity of the masses and whatever assists in their demystification. Sterile and harmful action is whatever reinforces the passivity of the masses, their apathy, their cynicism, their differentiation through hierarchy, their alienation, their reliance on others to do things for them and the degree to which they can therefore be manipulated by others - even by those allegedly acting on their behalf.

Another great resource for similar texts is www.geocities.com/cordobakaf

Class Against Class