Many problems have been raised in this work, with the awareness that they have only been done so in part, due to their wide complexity. We began from a situation of fact: that of Sicily, and a process of dismembering capable of causing incalculable damage in the near future. We have said how this process sees, in our opinion, a union of fascists and mafia, and how the interests that these people want to protect are substantially those of the Americans. The circulation of certain stale separatist formulae has obliged us to take as clear a position as possible, and seek to single out the essential points of anarchist internationalism in the face of the problem of the national liberation struggle. We have also given a brief panoramic sketch of a few of the interpretive defects latent in the orthodox Marxist view of the problem and a few strategic obtusities which in practice determine the not-small difficulties in which the Marxist-inspired national liberation movements find themselves. - from "Anarchism and the National Liberation Struggle"
Anarchism and the National Liberation Struggle
Contributions to the Revolutionary Struggle Intended to Be Discussed, Corrected, and Principally Put Into Practice Without Delay by Ratgeb (Raoul Vaneigem)
The Struggle Against Fascism Begins with the Struggle Against Bolshevism by Otto Rühle
Workers' Autonomy by Alfredo M. Bonnano
Workers' Councils, Self-Management and Developments in Proletarian Autonomy