Gregori Maximov

Bolshevism; Promises and Reality

A short pamphlet entitled 'Bolshevism Promises and Reality' (An appraisal of the results of the Marxist dictatorship over Russia) written by Gregori Maximov and published in Chicago in 1935 by the Free Society group of Chicago. The pamphlet was restored as a direct copy from an original by the E.G Smith collective and reprinted in 1995.

My Social Credo-Maximov

The political views of Maximov.

The world scene from the libertarian point of view

A 1951 pamphlet produced by the Free Society Group of Chicago, the World scene from the libertarian point of view features 21 anarchists giving their outlook on international issues and anarchism's potential.

The political philosophy of Bakunin: scientific anarchism - G.P. Maximoff

Illustration of Bakunin by Clifford Harper

From the scattered writings of Bakunin, G.P. Maximoff has selected those pertinent theoretical sections that give the reader a complete statement of Bakunin's politics in Bakunin's own words. In addition to Bakunin's text, the book contains a definitive biographical sketch of Bakunin written by Max Nettlau, an introduction by Rudolph Rocker, and a preface by Bert F. Hoselitz.

Vanguard (Vol. 3, No. 8, August 1937)

The August 1937 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York, with articles by Rudolf Rocker, Sam Dolgoff, Gregori Maximov and Pierre Besnard.

Vanguard (Vol. 3, No. 7, June 1937)

The June 1937 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York, with articles by Gregori Maximov, Sidney Solomon, Augustin Souchy, Camillo Berneri and Max Nomad.

Vanguard (Vol. 2, No. 5, October-November 1935)

The October-November 1935 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York, with articles by Sam Dolgoff, Gregori Maximov, and Sidney Solomon.

Vanguard (Vol. 1, No. 7, April 1933)

The April 1933 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York.

The True Reasons For The Anarchist Raids [Moscow 1918] (Analysis and Conclusions)

Maximov's account of the April 1918 suppression of Moscow's anarchist groups.

The guillotine at work - Gregori Maximov

Originally published in 1940 in two parts, this is the (partly eyewitness) account of the Leninist terror inflicted upon Russia during the revolution after 1917. Maximov, a life-long anarchist, fought in the Russian Revolution, organized with the metal-workers, and was imprisoned by Lenin's secret police in 1920 when he refused to join the Red Army: he was happy to fight the Whites, but not put down workers' and peasants' uprisings.