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Karl Marx en de Irokezen - Franklin Rosemont

Irokezen

In zijn laatste levensjaren werkte Karl Marx niet aan verdere delen van Het Kapitaal, maar verdiepte zich, aan de hand van antropologen als Lewis Morgan, in pre-kapitalistische sociale structuren, van de Amerikaanse indianen tot de Russische boerencommune. Volgens Franklin Rosemont zijn de conclusies die hij trok echter nog nauwelijks geregistreerd.
In dit essay uit 1989 verdiept Rosemont zich in Marx' Ethnological Notebooks en onderzoekt hun belang en betekenis voor de sociale bewegingen van vandaag.

Notebook of Return to My Native Land

Notebook of Return to My Native Land

Césaire's famous poem has been described as a 'seminal text in Surrealist, French and Black literatures'.

A cavalier history of surrealism - Raoul Vaneigem

The Key to Dreams - Magritte

This book, written by Raoul Vaneigem in 1970, offers a Situationist perspective on the history of the Surrealist movement and its relationship to revolutionary politics.

Surrealism in the Arab world

Cover of "libertarian desire"

Article printed in the journal Arsenal: Surrealist Subversion no.3, 1976, including The Manifesto of the Arab Surrealist Movement, 1975.

Review - Dancin' in the Streets - Red and Black Notes

Red and Black Notes review of Dancin' in the Streets editted by Franklin Rosemont and Charles Radcliffe.

Rothko, Mark, 1903-1970

A short biography of Latvian-born abstract expressionist artist and anarchist, Mark Rothko.

1919-1950: The politics of Surrealism

A history of Surrealism and its links with politics and, in particular, anarchism and socialism.

Heatwave Magazine - UK, 1960s

Mod & scooter, 1960s

Texts about and from 1966 British magazine Heatwave, which was linked to American Surrealists and radical unionists.