An updated list of documents and websites we would like to archive in our library.
Here are a list of links to websites and articles which we would like duplicated in our library.
This is to help ensure that as many people as possible read them, and also to ensure that the documents stay online, in case other websites disappear - as has happened to so many other radical sites in the past couple of years.
We would appreciate any help from our users in copying this stuff across. If people would like to help but don't have the technical know-how - not to worry, we can help you! Just ask in the comment section below.
we would like pretty much all of the content on the following links duplicated on libcom.org:
http://zerowork.org/ - articles from the journal are already all on libcom but we would like all of the supplemental materials
http://libcom.org/library/exhaustive-list-iww-pamphlets - some of these are currently hosted externally so it would be good to get them all on libcom
http://zinnedproject.org/news/page/2/ - any of the good historical texts here would be great
http://home.earthlink.net/~lrgoldner/ - break their haughty power
http://www.takver.com/history/index.htm - Australian radical history site, would be good to get all the history stuff
http://www.marxists.org/history/spain/spanishrevolution/index.htm - it would be great to get all of these individual issues up in our incomplete archive which is here: http://libcom.org/library/spanish-revolution-newspaper
http://libcom.org/forums/history/living-marxism-archive-06062014 - would be good to get this archive in the library
http://www.connexions.org/RedMenace.htm Would be great to get the rest of these in our red Menace archive here: http://libcom.org/library/red-menace
http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/goldman/ME/me.html - Mother Earth
http://forworkerspower.wordpress.com/category/the-solidarity-group/ - anything here by Solidarity would be great
http://www.rebeller.se/English.html - We have most of this but there are one or two texts we still don't have which would be good
http://kommunismus.narod.ru/books.html - the English stuff here would be the priority, but the foreign-language stuff would be good as well
http://libcom.org/library/kurasje-documents - having these file attachments added to the library as individual articles would be great
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_the_history_of_youth_and_childhood/summary/v004/4.2.getman-eraso.html - about youth groups in the Spanish revolution
The following websites contain some useful texts. We would like any decent, relevant ones which we do not host already to be copied into our library, but the higher priority ones above are preferred for the time being.
http://anarchalibrary.blogspot.co.uk/ - we have most of this already but anything missing would be good
http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/d#a2015 - any John Dos Passos novels with radical content/themes would be good, some here
http://www.bibliothekderfreien.de/lidiap/eng/index.htm - any decent publications from these ones online would be great duplicated on libcom
http://www.arpnet.it/chaos/flexibility.htm - this text would be good
The following websites are active and continually having new content posted. As such, duplicating content from them is not as high a priority, however we would still like to duplicate new additions or older articles from these websites as they come out eventually:
http://gurgaonworkersnews.wordpress.com/ Gurgaon workers news
These sites are currently being copied over. However, help with them would still be appreciated. Post in the comments below for more information
Here are the websites and articles which we have moved over so far:
http://users.resist.ca/~jon.beasley-murray/aut_02.html -autopsy texts
http://users.rcn.com/ceverett.massed/Grad-Paper%202.htm organised labour in Brazil - by libcom
http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist_archives/bright/dolgoff/cubanrevolution/toc.html Cuban revolution-a critical perspective - by libcom
http://www.negations.net/libero/default.htm - Asian anarchism - by Spartacus
http://ngnm.vrahokipos.net/translations.html, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boatmen_of_Thessalon%C3%ADki, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantinos_Speras - by libcom
http://www.reocities.com/athens/acropolis/8195/ - subversion
collective action notes
Friends of Durruti - http://www.spunk.org/library/places/spain/sp001780/index.html - DONE
Vanzetti - http://theanarchistlibrary.org/HTML/Bartolomeo_Vanzetti__The_Story_of_a_Proletarian_Life.html
http://www.mediafire.com/?mvyjmzizzn1 - books for burning
http://www.generation-online.org/t/ppp.htm - post-political politics
http://nntk.net/main.php?g2_itemId=251 - Spectacular Times - done by Reddebrek
http://dl.lib.brown.edu/radicalamerica/shelf.html?PHPSESSID=b676554282b5b37b5af9b5280b2fe25d - Radical America - done by Reddebrek
If you would like to help out, please say in the comments below. Also, if you do help copy any of this stuff over, please let us know by posting below. We will keep this original post updated as we move forwards with the archiving.
If anyone spots any other websites they think we should copy, please let us know about them below.
Thanks for making a new
Thanks for making a new post!
I took on Kate Sharpley and am doing both The Red Menace (Canada) and various stuff I think would be related to the US study group thing that's popped up.
However, in a week, I'll be moving to a different city and will have no internet access, so after the 23rd, my contributions are probably going to cease for a while.
i'll do that libero asian
i'll do that libero asian anarchist one, definitely.
Spartacus, that would be
Spartacus, that would be great, thanks.
Juan, thanks for that, that's been great. With KSL, as that is a currently active and live site that is probably a lower priority for us at the moment.
That's a shame about your Internet access - you've been our most prolific contributor of late, and it's much appreciated. But your break is well-deserved! If you have some spare time when you're bored though, one thing you can do when off-line (I do this at work) is get PDFs from the library (or long texts from elsewhere) and format them in text format in word. Then you could e-mail them to us or upload them at a later date.
This isn't me trying to put pressure on you, just saying there is still plenty of stuff which can be done off-line.
Hopefully one of collective action notes will help archive the remainder of their own stuff
Yeah, I could try and do
Yeah, I could try and do that. I'll look through the library for stuff that's just on PDF. I know I have some PDFs on my desktop, too that would be worth converting and putting on here, as well.
Cool. If you do, maybe let me
If you do, maybe let me know what you are doing so that I don't do the same things!
I'm going to be scanning a load of PDF documents for the library next week and putting them up, some of them are pretty good…
I'm going to do the Cuban
I'm going to do the Cuban revolution piece. Chapters 11-13 though are missing, so if anyone has the book and could scan them, or knows where a PDF is please let me now!
I could start making my way
I could start making my way through generation-online (will obviously check for those that are already in the library).
That would be great. I think
That would be great. I think that most of them would be in the library already
Thanks for the update. We
Thanks for the update.
We (Sparrows' Nest collective, Nottingham, England) just put some interesting scanned material from SWF online that was donated last year by Ron of SF - see http://thesparrowsnest.org.uk and a post I just sent to the history forum.
Could maybe be talk about getting this on libcom in some form, as some point - no hurry though as we are still working on the scanning.
Steven. wrote: Cool. If you
Still not sure what my internet access will be after today. But if I have none outside of a library's, I'll be working on putting Storming Heaven into text, since I have it on PDF. I could send it formated for the library to one of you admins or just put it up when I have the time. I'll have a better idea of what will work for me tomorrow.
Juan Conatz wrote: Still not
Hope you don't mind, but I've uploaded a pdf version of it here: http://libcom.org/library/storming-heaven-class-composition-struggle-italian-autonomist-marxism-steve-wright
I think it would be fantastic if you could get a properly formatted version up though!
Yeah, that would be
Yeah, that would be brilliant.
Good luck with the move!
when i click on them they
when i click on them they work like normal pdf's, they download. but they're made of image's not text.
Yeah, I just meant it would
Yeah, I just meant it would be good to have all the PDFs here, probably in a book with a chapter for each volume
Possibly also this (although
Possibly also this (although not a priority as in Spanish)
i think my eyes have melted
i think my eyes have melted from staring at html and bbcode for too long, but i just finished putting all the libero international/asian anarchism articles up.
Amazing, thank you! Now rest
Amazing, thank you! Now rest your eyes! I dream in BB code sometimes…
Ill do the articles on
Ill do the articles on Constantinos Speras and the Boatmen of Thessaloniki. I should put them in the library section rather than history, yeah?
That would be great, thanks!
That would be great, thanks! If they are articles about historical events or people they can go in as history articles (although it doesn't really make much difference one way or the other)
Hope its not too much of a
Hope its not too much of a tangent, but why is there a distinction between library and history, if it doesn't make a difference?
Uncreative wrote: Hope its
well, it does make a difference, but what I meant was we can quickly edit articles to change their section if they are in the wrong one.
I was just looking around the
I was just looking around the backup of the old Subversion site, and I see that a lot of the articles which were previously on it seems to have been put up:
any help copying across anything missing would be much appreciated! DONE
Also, looks like another
Also, looks like another website started backing up old GeoCities ones:
so we may be able to rescue some of the stuff we missed from the old GeoCities archiving thread
edit: actually, looking at it looks like we only missed one website but still:
BTW I'm doing the rest of the
BTW I'm doing the rest of the subversion site now
Added the stuff from
Added the stuff from http://ngnm.vrahokipos.net/translations.html but they add stuff sporadically so best to keep an eye on it.
Don't know if this has been
Don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but here's a large collection of Raya Dunayevskaya writings from News & Letters.
I've finally started on the generation-online library. There's a lot of articles not in the libcom library, but I am wondering whether all of them should be uploaded (e.g. Bifo's articles, Foucault, Agamben etc.). Can one of the mods (I guess Steven) let me know if I should just upload all of it or be selective?
Hi, thanks very much for
Hi, thanks very much for that.
Regarding what to upload, I would use your discretion. In general I would say stick with stuff that is explicitly libcom, or of significant interest to libcoms, like operaismo stuff or whatever.
More general philosophical articles like Foucault, I would say not to bother with unless they are of specific libcom interest and aren't online many other places.
Thanks so much!
Ok, will do. There's a lot
Ok, will do. There's a lot that doesn't really need to go up in the libcom library.
Ace. Good luck!
Ace. Good luck!
Subversion is now finished -
Subversion is now finished - everything I can find online is now up.
I have a paper copy of the final issue, courtesy of spiky Mike which I hope to put up shortly.
If anyone knows of anything else online anywhere which I had missed, please do post it up or post a link here so someone else can.
Friends of Durruti book done
Friends of Durruti book done - http://libcom.org/library/friends-durruti-group-1937-39-agustin-guilam%C3%B2n
http://nntk.net/main.php?g2_itemId=251 - Spectacular Times - these would be great in the library, albeit bundled as separate PDF documents rather than with individual images for each page DONE
The majority of what's on there seems to already be on the website, but yeah, worth putting the rest in, too.
the zerowork stuff is in the
the zerowork stuff is in the library now.
Also the autonomia: post
Also the autonomia: post political politics book is in the library in PDF form here - http://libcom.org/library/autonomia-post-political-politics
so is Negri's Books for Burning, here - http://libcom.org/library/books-burning-between-civil-war-democracy-1970s-italy-antonio-negri
All the stuff from here "http://users.resist.ca/~jon.beasley-murray/aut_02.html -autopsy texts" is in the library except for this piece -- Franco Barchiesi, Flexibility in Manufacturing -- Organization and Subjectivity
I can put that one up later
can someone update the original post please?
YES. One less thing on my
YES. One less thing on my list.
Updated the blogpost.
Also, I'm slowly going through the Radical America. I went through all the PDF's and wrote down the titles of some of the more relevent material and am using a free (and not terribly great) OCR program to convert them into text, then reformating and putting them in the library.
One thing on putting stuff in the library, Nate...I don't know how hugely important it is to the libcom folks, but I usually do some additional formatting to the articles I post such as bold headers of article section titles, italicizing foreign language words/book titles and adding the hyperlinked footnotes or whatever you call it1 .
Juan, yeah, my thought was
Juan, yeah, my thought was put them in now and format better later. If that's not kosher then I'll stop doing them that way. I need to re-read the style guide because I can never remeber how to do the damn footnotes.
Awesome about you doing Radical America and in such a detailed way, that's a great resource.
Two more suggestions for the archive list -
STO's not really a libertarian communist group (though probly no less so than any of the Italian operaismo people in the 70s were) but they're of interest at least to US-based libertarian communists.
BF is a big part of how the Italian stuff came into English in the first place, in addition to the political work they got up to. I also think that with both the STO site and the BF site it's useful to have materials on groups that are about the size of a lot of our groups today, to compare with.
Amazing, thanks guys! yeah
Amazing, thanks guys!
yeah Nate Juan is right we do prefer the basic formatting at least - i.e. bold headers. Italicised foreign words/journal names I would say don't worry about, but for emphasis we would like to keep. Footnotes would be great, but  etc style footnotes are alright. Because even though we may intend to go back and tidy things up later we probably won't get round to it, and some of the original formatting may be lost and it may not be clear how it is supposed to be.
But again thanks so much to you two!
Sure thing Steven. I'm dumber
Sure thing Steven. I'm dumber when it's late at night, I should of known this in the first place. I'll go back over those pieces and fix them. I'm also gonna make an effort to put more stuff in the library like this. It's a great resource and building it further is cool, and that's a better use of my time than most of what I do. :)
Brilliant, thank you! I
Brilliant, thank you! I haven't got much time at the moment to be adding/formatting stuff so we really appreciate any help
formatting on those posts
formatting on those posts fixed.
Can you remove this one from the original post please?
"http://users.resist.ca/~jon.beasley-murray/aut_02.html -autopsy texts"
That stuff's already in the library.
I'll start doing Break Their Haughty Power next.
Amazing, thanks! I will
Amazing, thanks! I will remove that one now
Parts one and two of
Parts one and two of this:
this rewritten to be combined with the obituary posted on the libcom forums:
In Birchall's SW obit it says
In Birchall's SW obit it says Alan Woodward wrote extensively, does anyone know if his stuff is online anywhere?
I think we've only got one
I think we've only got one article by him, more would be appreciated: http://libcom.org/tags/alan-woodward
Related, we should chase this
Related, we should chase this up: http://www.connexions.org/CxLibrary/Docs/CaseforGrassrootsArchives.htm
And this, albeit with a
And this, albeit with a disclaimer that we don't agree with the politics of the authors:
http://www.socialistalternative.org/publications/fastfood/ DONE thanks wojtek
Inefficiency of capitalism:
Inefficiency of capitalism: http://www.bastardarchive.org/?p=262 DONE
http://www.tenant.net/Community/history/hist-toc.html DONE, thanks wojtek
History of Québec student
History of Québec student movement:
I'm working on the
I'm working on the spectacular times pdf's, it'll take me awhile,
Here's what I got done so far,
History of the building
History of the building worker group:
NB// Sparrow's Nest and the
NB// Sparrow's Nest and the 1in12 are both building up fair-sized archives atm - might be worth seeing if they're up for mirroring...
Bump, because I have gone
Bump, because I have gone through this and marked everything which is now complete as DONE. Help posting up the other stuff would still be appreciated! If you don't know how don't worry, we can help you, just let us know
The final five chapters of
The final five chapters of this book could really do with being converted into text format like the first five…
I was planning on tackling
I was planning on tackling the Radical America archive but my OCR doesn't work well if you'd like the PDF's hosted here like Spectacular Times then I'll still give it a go but I'll need someone to enable adding child pages.
I'll also take a crack at the Nestor Makhno archive, would it be of interest/value including some of Trotsky's writings on Mahkno with an appropriate introduction and links to other articles refuting the accusations?
Reddebrek wrote: I was
hey mate, that would be brilliant, thanks! And straight up PDFs will be fine.
In this case, there is already a partial archive of them to which you can add child pages in the same format:
For future reference, though, you can already turn things into "books" to enable adding child pages by clicking "book outline" on the article submission page and choosing "create new book"
that would be great, and a small number of the latter would also be fine as long as they contain the appropriate introduction and refuting links. Thanks!
Anything which is in here
Anything which is in here that we don't have in the library would be great:
What did the link above
What did the link above include?
This history of the CNT
This history of the CNT newspaper in four parts:
http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/h44jww DONE thanks wojtek
This solidarity pamphlet:
Account of organising on
Account of organising on North Sea oil rigs:
http://peopleandnature.wordpress.com/article-store/the-north-sea-1-the-reaction-to-piper-alpha/ DONE thanks wojtek
wojtek wrote: What did the
sorry for the late reply. It was the anarchist memes dropbox…
Any of the Solidarity stuff
Any of the Solidarity stuff here:
Steven. wrote: Any of the
The author of that blog posts occasionally on here. I will draw his attention to this.
Android wrote: Steven.
I always thought this could go on here, but was too shy to do anything about it - http://forworkerspower.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/sherwood-anderson-life-up-thine-eyes/
Maybe this as well? - http://forworkerspower.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/skeleton-staff-at-graves-end/
What do you think of those? There is actually more that could be suitable as well.
Kronstadt_Kid wrote: Android
yeah, I actually did the first one but if you could do the second that would be great.
We would like everything from that blog!
It would also be really good
It would also be really good to have everything from the anarchists and left/council communists from Marxists.org archived here
is zinelibrary.info still
is zinelibrary.info still alive ... there was around 75% crap but also some good stuff
Entdinglichung wrote: is
it looks like they forgot to renew their domain and it got squatted.
Yeah, most of it was rubbish but there was some good stuff on there. Would be a real shame if it's all gone… And another reason for people to post up to libcom.org, which is maintained by a sizeable, long-term collective and backed up by the British Library!
Putting up the individual
Putting up the individual issues of Spanish Revolution (http://www.marxists.org/history/spain/spanishrevolution/index.htm) in our incomplete archive here would be great: http://libcom.org/library/spanish-revolution-newspaper#new
Would be great to have this
Would be great to have this collection of articles:
http://iwwboston.org/2012/05/15/trans-101-for-wobblies-part-1-understanding-basic-terminology/ - DONE
And this British black Panther photo gallery:
http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/neil-kenlocks-photos-give-the-british-black-panthers-the-legacy-they-deserve?Contentpage=-1 - DONE
Some books by Aki Orr of
Some books by Aki Orr of Matzpen (and Solidarity). I've only glanced at the site but maybe some of this is worth putting up: http://www.akiorrbooks.com
Not sure what happened to my
Not sure what happened to my post above and who added the comment. Anyway I've just started reading 'The Idea of Israel' by Ilan Pappe which has a bit about Matzpen and says Aki Orr was in Solidarity when he lived in London - so I assume it's correct.
Quote: the best bit is really
This is covered in Enlightening Disillusionments
Oh, balls, Mark, that was me
Oh, balls, Mark, that was me clicking edit instead of quote! Fuck know what I was thinking! Anyway, cheers for the heads up on the Israeli dock strike..
I'll repost my previous post here:
Cheers Ed. Aki Orr died last
Aki Orr died last year - there's a short obituary here.
I guess his website will end up disappearing eventually which would be another reason for putting some of the material up on libcom.
Steven. wrote: Would be great
You're a star Reddebrek!
You're a star Reddebrek!
Would be great to have all
Would be great to have all the pamphlets linked here in the library: http://libcom.org/library/exhaustive-list-iww-pamphlets
Ed wrote: Oh, balls, Mark,
There's a mention here of Aki Orr speaking at a Soldarity public meeting:
November 1979 - takes me back a bit.
We want all the decent
We want all the decent history articles from here: http://zinnedproject.org/news/page/2/ up in the history section. Then we can also use them for our Working Class History facebook page
bump, because I've done a big
bump, because I've done a big update of all the texts we want and have done, and have tidied up the comments, so the only texts/sites we still need are in the OP.
We still appreciate any help from people putting stuff up in the library!
I posted a Negri text from
I posted a Negri text from here:
but the formatting is all off. If an admin fixes that, did I otherwise do it correctly??
Hope someone finds that gobbledygook to be of use.
That's great, thanks very
That's great, thanks very much!
I have posted some technical comments to help you below the article, here: http://libcom.org/library/communism-some-thoughts-concept-practice-antonio-negri#comment-544956
the stuff can still be accessed if you circumvent the start page, e.g. via http://zinelibrary.info/books ... will try to list some of the useful pieces there
many thanks. Could you start a separate thread for that, and say that we are asking people to help duplicate stuff on libcom?
Would be great to add
Would be great to add Socialisme ou Barbarie: http://archivesautonomies.org/spip.php?article758
I'll do Zerowork then the IWW
I'll do Zerowork then the IWW pamphlets and will post updates here.
Someone uploaded some PDFs of International Council Correspondence. Some of the individual pieces from that are on here as standalone pieces. There are more here - http://www.marxists.org/subject/left-wing/icc/
Should those get copied too? If so I can work on that as well.
Nate wrote: I'll do Zerowork
all those things would be amazing, thanks!
Just saw something on
Just saw something on instagram about Indian suffragettes, which I was never aware of before. Would be good to have some stuff in the history section about them:
that would be great!
Would be great to have the
Would be great to have the anarchist stuff from here: http://contentdm.warwick.ac.uk/cdm/search/searchterm/Freedom
Would be cool to get these
Would be cool to get these photos of the Ludlow massacre on the site as an image gallery:
Would be great to have all
Would be great to have all these up on the site (only a couple of entries as yet): http://maidinlondonnow.blogspot.co.uk/
that's pretty impressive. Jemima Khan, too, what a hypocrite
This text altogether instead
This text altogether instead of split into different pages would be really good (just the text version, not the images): http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/bakunin/AldredBakunin/index.html
Good bits of Welsh working
Good bits of Welsh working class history:
do you want soccer in sun and
do you want soccer in sun and shadow in the library since galeano passed away yesterday?
wojtek wrote: do you want
that would be great. Seriously we'll have anything if it's related to the workers' movement (if it's something we wouldn't agree with we can have it with a critical intro), so no need to ask
Did The Grapes of Wrath and
Did The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men get removed from the library, or am I the only one that is seeing a blank page?
Must've been a copyright
Must've been a copyright takedown
This is quite interesting so
This is quite interesting so it would be good to have this up in the library, split into the relevant sections: http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/africa/accounts/chekov.html
It would be great to have all
It would be great to have all of this League of Revolutionary Black Workers stuff up in the library/history sections: https://www.marxists.org/history/erol/1960-1970/#lrbw
Would be really good to have
Would be really good to have this book up in the history section: http://www.bopsecrets.org/vietnam/index.htm
also would be good if someone could make a mobi/epub/PDF version
Steven. wrote: Would be
Done, http://libcom.org/library/crossfire will add chapters later in the week.
Want to create a Cable Street
Want to create a Cable Street gallery with some of these pics: http://mashable.com/2015/05/01/britain-votes-communist/#share-action:eyJzIjoiZiIsImkiOiJfc2txZTV3anQyOHlmdnlwNCJ9
Spare Rib has been digitised
Spare Rib has been digitised at the British Library, never read it myself but would that be something worth adding here?
Reddebrek wrote: Spare Rib
that is cool, and it would be good to have it here but there is more high priority stuff (i.e. specifically libertarian communist, and on less stable websites than the British Library) which would be better to have here first
Following from that Rednecks
Following from that Rednecks with Guns and other anti-racist stories and strategies article, would be cool to add some of the stuff from the Redneck Revolt blog..
Also,would be good to put up An Open Letter to Other White Working People as well..
Spain and the world: No 11:
Spain and the world:
No 11: http://contentdm.warwick.ac.uk/cdm/ref/collection/scw/id/6861
6 other issues listed (also at Warwick) on http://www.bibliothekderfreien.de/lidiap/index.html
index to Publications from the archive of Henry Sara and Frank Maitland:
Kate Sharpley wrote: Spain
thanks for spotting. If someone could post that stuff it would be much appreciated!
It would be great to have all
It would be great to have all of this Portuguese language stuff copied over:
There's a list of English
There's a list of English translations of Russian/Soviet documents, http://www.korolevperevody.co.uk/korolev/doclist.htm though it also has translations of Fascist and nationalist groups during WWII and the Black Hundreds, so do keep that in mind.
Some of it should be of interest, for example this letter from a former Red Army soldier.
Would be good to add all of
Would be good to add all of these documents from the founding of the IWW:
Loads of great stuff here
Loads of great stuff here which it would be good to have: https://bataillesocialiste.wordpress.com/english-pages/
Steven. wrote: Loads of great
very nice comrades, but they do not like it if you don't quote the source
of course, it's our policy to state the source and add a hyperlink on all of our content
Would be great to have all
Would be great to have all this radical history stuff:
We have a lot of the stuff from here, but we are missing some which it would be good to have, it's spread a bit around the site:
It would be great to have
It would be great to have these history pamphlets:
All the good stuff from here
All the good stuff from here would be good: http://radicalhistorynetwork.blogspot.co.uk/
Southern African Anarchist
Southern African Anarchist and Syndicalist History Archive:
Mark. wrote: Southern African
That looks really interesting. If you had time to repost the decent stuff from this that would be great!
I probably won't have the
I probably won't have the time myself. Some of it does look interesting though.
Would be great to have these
Would be great to have these in the library:
http://aaap.be/ Quote: The
It would be great to have any
It would be great to have any relevant stuff here up in the library: https://caringlabor.wordpress.com/
A pamphlet from 1938(?) by
A pamphlet from 1938(?) by the newly formed Anarcho-Syndicalist Union in Great Britain. Like many others from the period It uses the example of Spain to try and show what anarchism is and could be.
Our wiki now has a folder called 'digitised documents' that you might want to keep an eye on: http://katesharpleylibrary.pbworks.com/w/page/103563587/Digitised%20Documents
Would be great to have all of
Would be great to have all of the info here duplicated: http://depts.washington.edu/iww/index.shtml
Would be good to get all this
Would be good to get all this stuff from this new blog: https://pasttenseblog.wordpress.com/
https://de.wikisource.org/wiki/Die_Aktion ... Pfemfert's Die Aktion 1911-1922
Would be good to have
Would be good to have anything we don't have from here: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/goldman/index.html (Emma Goldman archive)
Labour Focus on Eastern
Labour Focus on Eastern Europe?
Entdinglichung wrote: Labour
Looks really interesting: if you or anyone else could post that up to the library that would be great
I can do the Gurgaon Workers
I can do the Gurgaon Workers News, Storming Heaven and the new Viewpoint Magazine Issues
vicent wrote: I can do the
that would be fantastic!
Would be great to get all
Would be great to get all these articles from the Organisation of Revolutionary Anarchists up in the library: http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ora.html
Would be great to have this
Would be great to have this article in the history section, and anything else from this website: http://www.brh.org.uk/site/articles/the-southmead-riots-2/
Just found this archive of a
Just found this archive of a Canadian anarchist newspaper, which is quite unique in that it was full colour. While it's great to from online, it's in a really crap format. What would be really good is if someone could group the pages together into individual PDFs for each issue and post them up in the library here. Anyone up for doing that? http://openroadnewsjournal.org/
Scanned issues of Echanges et
Scanned issues of Echanges et Mouvement (1975-1996)
bakuninja wrote: Scanned
hey, if you would be able to at least post the English-language brochures which we don't have already that would be great!
Want to get a bunch of this
Want to get a bunch of this stuff in the history section:
as well as this and anything related about Syrian anarchists: https://tahriricn.wordpress.com/2013/08/23/syria-the-life-and-work-of-anarchist-omar-aziz-and-his-impact-on-self-organization-in-the-syrian-revolution/
AF Work pamphlet:
AF Work pamphlet: https://afed.org.uk/work/
Graeber, are you an anarchist? http://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/david-graeber-are-you-an-anarchist-the-answer-may-surprise-you
Steven. wrote: AF Work
Both done, I thought the Graber one was a call out to him at first.
I've also started on adding
I've also started on adding the rest of the Red Menace issues but the articles are getting out of order and I don't see what I'm doing differently from the issues already uploaded.
Reddebrek wrote: I've also
it must be the "weight". Articles are organised first by "weight" (in the book outline section), then alphabetically. So if you want an article to go to the top make it "lighter", by setting the weight to a negative number (so if there is an Introduction you can set it to -15)
thank you very much for this by the way!
If you fancy getting stuck into something substantial after you are done with the red menace, I would really appreciate a hand with Anarchy!
Red Menace is now online and
Red Menace is now online and in order. It was an interesting journal, unfortunately the last two issues seem to have been swamped by an on going feud as to whether Marx or Bakunin were really to blame for everything bad in the world. Oh and one of the frequent letter writers was G Jewell a former Wob turned Nazi.
Reddebrek wrote: Red Menace
Thanks for finishing that. Yeah, I think I began to lose interest when I started looking through those issues.
Steven. wrote: If you fancy
I maybe able to help with this, but I'll need details.
It's a shame, at the start of the fourth issue they say they've learnt so much that they were ready to publish more actively, and yet the dominance of the Marx V Bakunin debate and the growing ugliness seems to have poisoned that well. That debate takes up half of the last issue, which is a pity because the other half were pretty good.
Just letting you know I've
Just letting you know I've started work on adding Mother Earth https://libcom.org/library/mother-earth
Mother Earth is now done, or at least all the issues on that archive link.
Any of the English language
Any of the English language (or foreign!) stuff from here: http://archivesautonomies.org/ especially this (full archive of Echanges): http://archivesautonomies.org/spip.php?article1679
Would be good to add the rest
Would be good to add the rest of these: http://www.freecommunism.org/proletarian-gob-issues-2-6-special-issue/
Would be great to get this
Would be great to get this wobbly account from the docks up: https://www.iww.org/history/library/AJMiller/yardbird
Hans Manfred Bock:
Hans Manfred Bock: Syndikalismus und Linkskommunismus von 1918-1923 (1929)
Quite a lot of good stuff
Quite a lot of good stuff here it would be nice to have: http://www.ditext.com/anarchism/#b
Would be great to have
Would be great to have everything relevant from here: http://chuangcn.org/
Dans le monde une classe en
Dans le monde une classe en lutte (1994-)?
Would be great to have this
Would be great to have this up in the library, at least in PDF/mobi/EPUB formats
Some Korean history
Some Korean history here:
'Gender/Sexuality system as a labor control mechanism: Gender identity of Korean female workers in a U.S. multinational corporation
Gender Politics in Transition to Democracy
Would be great to have this
Would be great to have this Ellen Wood stuff up in the library: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B58cWa5SSIZOWjNtNE5XSk82YlU
Also would be great to have
Also would be great to have any decent stuff in here up, thanks to craftwork for the heads up: https://thecharnelhouse.org/2016/01/02/open-source-marxism-2016-fresh-batch-of-pirate-scab-pdfs/
Maybe this first-person
Maybe this first-person account?
I found a Pacifist database
I found a Pacifist database that has hundreds of historical accounts of strikes and direct action campaigns. http://nvdatabase.swarthmore.edu/ there's over ten pages of accounts of general strikes alone.
Reddebrek wrote: I found a
hi, yeah I've added a couple of these, but having all of them would be great. Thanks so much for all the ones you've been posting up, it is much appreciated!
wojtek wrote: Maybe this
yeah that would be great, seriously feel free to post up anything like that you come across! Your suggestions are always good.
Reddebrek wrote: I found a
Further on this, it would be great to have a bunch of the stuff from geographical regions we don't really have much information about, like small Pacific Islands, the global South etc:
as well as extra stuff about working class women's struggles, both for libcom and the working class history page:
Having the anarchist FAQ up
Having the anarchist FAQ up here would be amazing, however I think maybe a higher priority would be copying over these translations of it in different languages: http://anarchism.pageabode.com/afaq/translations.html
Looking at the sites they are hosted on I think there is a real danger they could be lost: particularly the Portuguese and Japanese ones
think we do already have
think we do already have these to texts but not in this format: https://archive.org/details/ZWPLTwoPiecesFullText
Would be good to have
Would be good to have anything decent from here: https://sites.google.com/site/anarchyinitaly/
One of the users on this
One of the users on this thread posts a load of great photos of the Poland 1956 uprising. Would be great if someone could turn them into an image gallery here! http://polandsite.proboards.com/thread/70
Just found this enormous and
Just found this enormous and amazing website, a dictionary of thousands of individuals involved in the guerrilla struggle against the Franco regime: http://losdelasierra.info/
it's all in French, but pretty easily understandable with Google translate. Would be great to have as many of these as possible up in the history section
Would like to assist with the
Would like to assist with the archiving, my IT skills are kinda limited to copy & paste so tips on how to do anything more (if needed) will be appreciated. I have not submitted any content so will need posting permission.
Hi Fluffy, I also started out
Hi Fluffy, I also started out adding things to libcom through copying and pasting and learnt from there. If you go through the list of websites some are formatted so a copying and pasting text into a library entry is all that needs doing apart from titles and tags. The library form is broken down into separate boxes and fields with explanations for what each does so it shouldn't be too overwhelming.
Fluffy wrote: Would like to
hi, thanks very much that would be fantastic! You now have posting permissions.
Feel free to contribute anything from the above list which takes your fancy. If you're not sure, anything from here which isn't already in the history section (you can do a quick search) we would love to have: http://nvdatabase.swarthmore.edu/category/pcs-tags/mainly-or-initiated-women
we have some guidelines on posting stuff up here: http://libcom.org/notes/content-guidelines
and if you have any difficulties please just post here in the feedback and content Forum and someone can help you out. Thanks again!
Arthur Goldstein (KAPD): No
Arthur Goldstein (KAPD): No to National-Communism! (1920)
Entdinglichung wrote: Arthur
good stuff. Would you be able to post that up yourself?
Would be great to get this up
Would be great to get this up in the library: http://aworldwithoutpolice.org/2016/09/23/read-and-share-a-world-without-police-pamphlet/
Will be good to get of any of
Will be good to get of any of this stuff which we don't have already: https://www.fifthestate.org/archive/spanish-revolution-resource-page/
Steven. wrote: One of the
Done, I've also added the World without police pamphlet including the Spanish language version. Though I don't speak Spanish so if someone who does would like to edit the entry, feel free.
Amazing as ever Reddebrek
Amazing as ever Reddebrek thanks!
Would be amazing to get all
Would be amazing to get all the remaining things we don't yet have on libcom here for our Solidarity archive, and archives of their various publications: http://archivesautonomies.org/spip.php?rubrique559
any help with this would be much appreciated
Would be great to get all of
Would be great to get all of this history stuff up in the history section: http://www.radicalglasgow.me.uk/strugglepedia/index.php?title=Main_Page#EVENTS.
Would be great to have any of
Would be great to have any of this Midnight Notes stuff we don't have already: https://midnightnotes.memoryoftheworld.org/#property=authors
useful for reference and as
useful for reference and as sources:
yes, if you or someone could post that up that would be great!
Steven. wrote: wojtek
Hi there, author of that article here, happy to post it if you want.