A second diary by Maurice Brinton describing some experiences in Portugal during 1976.
A diary by Maurice Brinton describing some experiences in Portugal during August 1975.
Red and Black Notes review of For Workers' Power - The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton.
Red and Black Notes Obituary of British libertarian socialist Maurice Brinton.
Maurice Brinton's vivid and captivating first hand account of the massive general strike in Belgium in 1960-61 against a new law "loi unique" to reduce workers' purchasing power.
P. Guillaume and Martin Grainger, a pseudonym of Maurice Brinton, in Solidarity pamphlet #35 write on the Paris commune of 1871.
Maurice Brinton of Solidarity's 1974 critique of the statist left.
Maurice Brinton of Solidarity outlines his view of traditional socialists, and libertarian socialists.
Maurice Brinton's introduction to Phil Mailer's "Portugal - The Impossible Revolution?"
Maurice Brinton's analysis of the bizarre mass suicide of a socialist cult led by American Jim Jones in Jonestown, Guyana, which discusses the dynamics of political sects in general.
Articles by and about Maurice Brinton, the pseudonym of Chris Pallis, British libertarian socialist, prominent neurologist and member of Solidarity.
Building on the society of stimulation, this long-read post is a theoretical examination of pharmacology as material...
Martin Glaberman's analysis of workers' struggle in America in the 1960s and the conflicts which workers found themselves in with their unions.
As we develop new strategies to work on community organizing campaigns, what ideas and strategies can we port over from the history of syndicalist workplace struggles?
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