left communism

The Democratic Principle - Amadeo Bordiga

First Published in 'Rassegena Communista', February 1922.

Is the working class movement dead?

Winter of Discontent, 1978-1979

The following article is loosely based on the notes for a pre-discussion talk by an AF member to a libertarian socialist discussion meeting in Leicester, 25 January 2017.

Planet Malaquais – Emilie Bickerton

Emilie Bickerton on Geneviève Nakach, 'Malaquais rebelle'. Biography of a world-wandering modernist writer. First published in NLR #84 (Nov–Dec 2013).

Meeting - Revue Internationale pour la Communisation (2003–2008)

'Meeting' was a journal and website focused on communisation, whose driving-force was the French group 'Theorie Communiste' and its followers. One of the outcomes of the work of 'Meeting' was the emergence of the English-language group/journal 'Endnotes'. The texts contained here are mostly in French, with some in English, and, to the best of our knowledge, contain most, if not all, of their output.

This is What Democracy Looks Like: Internationalist Perspective statement on the US Election

IP statement on the US elections, published on November 22 2016 on their blog.

Echanges: bulletin of the network Echanges et Mouvement, (1975–1996)

This is a collection of the issues of the review Echanges from 1975-1996.

Problems of the Period of Transition – Bilan

A series of articles by Jehan van den Hoven ('Mitchell') in 'Bilan' (the journal of the Italian communist left in exile in France and Belgium) on the period of transition to communism. These articles were first translated by the ICC.

List otwarty do delegacji robotniczych udających się z Ameryki i Europy do Rosji (1927)

Gazeta_Robotnicza_1927

List opracowany przez międzynarodowych lewicowych komunistów zaadresowany do delegacji robotniczych udających się do Rosji w 1927 r. Autorzy proszą członków delegacji o odnalezienie lewicowych komunistów więzonych na Syberii, m.in. Miasnikowa z Grupy Robotniczej, i dostarczenie informacji na temat ich stanu.

Auschwitz or the great alibi

Article from Communist Left, No. 6, July – December, 1993; translated from La Gauche Communiste, no. 13., 1987. Original in Programme Communiste, N. 11, 1960. Although attributed to Amadeo Bordiga, it was probably written by the French-Jewish Bordigist Martin Axelrad (1926 – 2010), once a refugee, his parents died at Treblinka.