A word to the peasants and Workers of the Ukraine Revolutionary Insurgent Army of the Ukraine (Makhnovist)
A message to the workers and peasants of Ukrainian urging them to reject to Bolshevik Dictatorship.
A communique by the Makhnovists concerning the occupation of the Red Army and the encroaching power of the Bolsheviks in the Ukraine.
A declaration by the Makhnovist army to the Peasants and Workers of the Ukraine.
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.
5 fragments of Kautsky on Bolshevik related matters published here for the first time.
A 1953 text in which Amadeo Bordiga examines the lessons of counterrevolutions from the defeat of Spartacus to the Battle of Legnano in 1176 and from the Peasant War in Germany of 1525 to Stalinism (“State capitalism is not a semi-socialism, but just plain capitalism”) and recapitulates some “fundamental positions of Marxism”, which he describes as a “doctrine for the understanding of ... counterrevolutions”, since “everyone knows how to orient themselves at the moment of victory, but few are those who know what to do when defeat arrives” and “it is necessary to understand the counterrevolution in order to prepare the revolution of tomorrow”.