A text from Ervin Szabó (1877-1918), a Marxist-anarchist militant from Hungary, emphasizing the the unity of the class movement by analizing the relationships between Marx and Bakunin.
Before the text, you can find a short biography of Szabó and some critical comments to the text.
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A first hand account of the Hungarian Revolution and its crushing by the Soviet intervention. Peter Fryer was correspondent for the Daily Worker (Now Morning Star) a newspaper under the control of the Communist Party of Great Britain. His experiences in Hungary and the censoring of his reports led to Fryers resignation from the paper and party.
On the 19th January 2013, homeless activists and their allies squatted an empty building in the 7th district of Budapest. The squatters demanded the institutionalization of a right to housing and an extensive system of social housing instead of punitive measures and overcrowded shelters. The activists were arrested and now face misdemeanor charges because of disobeying police instructions.