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Dialogue with the Dead

For the 68th anniversary of Stalin's death, Radical Reprints has translated Amadeo Bordiga's 1956 "Dialogue with the Dead", a follow-up to his influential "Dialogue with Stalin". To be published March 2021, Pattern Books/Radical Reprints.

Zasady socjalizmu (Program Erfurcki)

Zasady socjalizmu (Program Erfurcki)

1907 Polish translation of The Class Struggle (The Erfurt Program) (1892)
Zasady socjalizmu (Program Erfurcki)

50-a datreveno de la Hispana Revolucio - Eduardo Vivancos

Prelego farita dum la SAT-kongreso okazinta en Sant Cugat del Valles (Barcelono) en Julio 1986.

1 May 1937: Controllers and Controlled – Lucía Sánchez Saornil

Lucía Sánchez Saornil addresses a gathering of Mujeres Libres

An article by one of the founders of the Mujeres Libres grouping, which appeared in its review in April 1937, on the eve of the Barcelona May days. The article sets out the retrocession of the revolution begun in July 1936 and how its momentum might be regained.

The Social Ideology of the Motorcar - André Gorz

Piece by André Gorz critiquing the "radical dependency" created by automobiles as a primary means of transportation under capitalism, as well as other harmful effects of cars.

Paths to Paradise: On the Liberation from Work - André Gorz

In this book, Andre Gorz returns to Marx's Grundrisse and the prophecy of early nineteenth century socialists and re-discovers a vision of post-capitalist society founded on the automation of work and the transcending of the exchange economy. He argues that we have reached the precise stage where these utopian insights become a reality.

The Alliance Syndicaliste on Kropotkin, Malatesta and Bakunin

Solidarité Ouvrière masthead

A three-part series of articles from 1975/6, written by the Alliance syndicaliste révolutionnaire et anarcho-syndicaliste (ASRAS), published in their newspaper Solidarité Ouvrière. The articles take a critical approach to aspects of Kropotkin and Malatesta, whilst offering forward parts of Bakunin as a remedy to their faults.