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Debs: The Last Presidential Candidate Worth Voting For

Bernie Sanders’ attempts to appeal to the legacy of a true class militant like Eugene Debs are laughable and pathetic, writes Anton Johannsen.

Weekend at Bernie’s

Jurassic Marx's takedown of Berniemania

To Hell With Democracy?

Rather than blanket rejection or blind leftist worship, communists should aim for a more nuanced position on democracy that recognizes its importance in working class organizations as well as its limitations.

Abolição do trabalho e a questão do circuito produtivo global no comunismo

Traduzimos alguns trechos extraídos da intervenção de Libcom no debate "Parecon or libertarian communism?" ("Economia participativa ou comunismo libertário?"):

Socialist faces in high places: Syriza's fall from grace and the elusive electoral road - Enrique Guerrero-López and Adam Weaver

An article by Enrique Guerrero-López and Adam Weaver on the dead-end road of parliamentary socialism.

Confronting vigilante responses in accountability work: the need for accountability in everything we do - Romina Akemi

An article by Romina Akemi about accountability processes and some of the ways they can be badly handled.

Prehistory of The Idea: Part One

Gabriel Charavay

A revised chapter on a projected book ,The Idea: Anarchist Communism Past, Present and Future

Against borders and capital: an interview with Eduardo Romero

A 2013 interview with an anti-capitalist and anti-borders activist based in Asturias in Spain, published here for its relevance to ongoing struggles against borders and to facilitate the sharing of experiences and practices across Europe. Translated from the ‘Qué Hacemos’ section of eldiario.es, 21/09/2013.

Lines of Work: Stories of Jobs and Resistance (review)

By Scott Nikolas Nappalos, ed. (Alberta, Canada: Black Cat Press, 2013). Review by Jared Davidson, first published in LHP Bulletin 64.

“Nameless in the crowd of nameless ones…” : Some thoughts on The Story of A Proletarian Life, by Bartolomeo Vanzetti, 1923

Ninety-one years on and Vanzetti still has much to offer me. I am thankful I have had the chance to read him and I am thankful to him for his words that have always encouraged me to think, question and act.