The authors of Beasts of Burden respond to Gilles Dauvé's Letter on Animal Liberation.
In a text written for a "Vår Makt" seminar - held in Malmö, Sweden on 1-2 November 2008 - Dauve surveys the various theories of democracy and their limits.
Django's thoughts on Gilles Dauvé's For a world without moral order.
Gilles Dauvé undertakes a radical critique of 'morality' and social mores and presents communism as a 'world without moral order'. We do not agree with much of it but reproduce it for reference.
Gilles Dauvé & Karl Nesic of the Troploin journal discuss the changing nature of capitalism and class struggle in the globalised 'post-Fordist' era.
Articles by or about Gilles Dauvé, a.k.a. Jean Barrot, French communist, fusing and critiquing the various strands of left communism and former co-editor of La Banquise.
A short history of the nationwide wildcat strike of US rail workers in 1919, which won pay increases despite being viciously undermined by the trade unions.
Video footage of the Battle of Cable Street, when Sir Oswald Mosely's fascists tried to march through east London, and were stopped when hundreds of thousands of anti-fascists turned out in...
A short history of the brutal suppression of a strike by Russian gold miners protesting low wages and inhumane working conditions in 1912.
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