Request content posting rights here

Submitted by libcom on October 4, 2006

To prevent spam attacks which have plagued the site new users will have to be manually approved by an administrator to post forum threads or news, library, history etc articles.

If you would like to post an article, please ask in the comments below, send us an e-mail to libcom.org at gmail.com or send a private message to some libcom admins.

To get the quickest response please just put a quick post below and say what kind of content you want to post. E.g.:

Hi, I would like to post a news article about a strike

If you wish to a blog on libcom.org/blog then this also needs to be approved manually.

If you would like a blog here, please request it in the comments below, explaining what you would like to blog about. Alternately e-mail us or send some admins a private message as above.

Thanks!

Conrad Merkel

6 years 2 months ago

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im not selling ray-bans, i swear

AnarchoWinter

6 years 2 months ago

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I have recently changed tendencies. I am now a communizer influenced by left communism and some aspects of anarchism. Some comrades and I have started a writing group called Communism Knowns No Monsters. We are writing some stuff now. I would like to request publishing privileges for that group.

Steven.

6 years 1 month ago

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Conrad Merkel

im not selling ray-bans, i swear

what sort of stuff is it you want to post?

Steven.

6 years 1 month ago

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d3crypt

I have recently changed tendencies. I am now a communizer influenced by left communism and some aspects of anarchism. Some comrades and I have started a writing group called Communism Knowns No Monsters. We are writing some stuff now. I would like to request publishing privileges for that group.

no problem. Just register an account with that name and we will sort it. Would you be interested in a blog here? For that, you can send us an example of your writing when you have done some to [email protected] to review

Steven.

6 years 1 month ago

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Bump, because due to a spam onslaught new users now have to request permission to post forum topics as well

DigitalSocialist

6 years 1 month ago

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Hello, I would like to post an article please introducing myself as a newbie to Socialism, discussing Socialism in general, Was Trotsky a Socialist? and SPGB recent views on Direct Action. Thank you.

DigitalSocialist

6 years 1 month ago

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Hello, should I add my Libcom username to email? Also should I send post directly as text in email or as file attachment?

Steven.

6 years 1 month ago

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DigitalSocialist

Hello, should I add my Libcom username to email? Also should I send post directly as text in email or as file attachment?

hi, yes please include your libcom username and either as an attachment or in the email text is fine

DigitalSocialist

6 years 1 month ago

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Hello, thanks for reply. Just sent email with post to be reviewed.

azrt559

6 years 1 month ago

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Hi

I signed up for an account after reading the article editing guide and Towards a Gay Communism because I wanted to reformat the latter so it reads better, but I can't find an edit button anywhere. Do I need to ask for posting privileges to do this?

Thanks

Khawaga

6 years ago

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Yes you do. And this is the right thread to do it. A mod will have to do it, so just be patient until one sees your request. I'm sure Steven will read this soon enough.

Steven.

6 years ago

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azrt559

Hi

I signed up for an account after reading the article editing guide and Towards a Gay Communism because I wanted to reformat the latter so it reads better, but I can't find an edit button anywhere. Do I need to ask for posting privileges to do this?

Thanks

hi, very sorry about the delay I've been out of the country. That would be fantastic if you could do that: you now have permissions

Decentre

6 years ago

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Hello, it'd be great if we could submit an advertisement for a new radical social room, Decentre, above Freedom Bookshop in Whitechapel, London. Cheers!

Steven.

6 years ago

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Decentre

Hello, it'd be great if we could submit an advertisement for a new radical social room, Decentre, above Freedom Bookshop in Whitechapel, London. Cheers!

you can post it in our announcements forum

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hello,

I have scanned a hard to find book on Spanish Civil War with strong focus from an Anarchist Perspective in both PDF and JPEG format which I think may interest many on Libcom.
Includes lots of photos.

Khawaga

6 years ago

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Post it up. You already have posting permissions,no?

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hello, I have not done a first post so I have to ask for permission.

Steven.

6 years ago

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DigitalSocialist

Hello, I have not done a first post so I have to ask for permission.

hi, no you don't don't worry you already have permissions so feel free to post away

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hi, my intention was for this to be a post for the libcom library not the forum this time.

Steven.

6 years ago

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DigitalSocialist

Hi, my intention was for this to be a post for the libcom library not the forum this time.

hi, yes of course we understand that: you have posting permissions already so feel free to post to the library or history section

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hi, understood. I went to the submit content section and then to history sub section but

png gif jpg jpeg

are only allowed to be downloaded. I wanted to upload a PDF file of a book. Is it possible to upload a PDF file?

Khawaga

6 years ago

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Yes it is. If you scroll down on the submit page, you should see "File Attachments"; click on it and you should find an upload box. You should be able to upload a PDF there.

The image stuff is there if you want to add an image to the library item you want to upload.

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hello,

Thanks just discovered it. I got to compress first as PDF file as it is 440 MB and limit is 16MB

Sike

6 years ago

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Hi, I'd like to add a pdf that I made of the pamphlet 'Bordiga versus Pannekoek
by Antagonism. The pdf version presently attached to the article is in a pamphlet format that is not really suited to reading on either a PC or e-reader. I lifted the text for the PDF from the site, red texts.

Steven.

6 years ago

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Sike

Hi, I'd like to add a pdf that I made of the pamphlet 'Bordiga versus Pannekoek
by Antagonism. The pdf version presently attached to the article is in a pamphlet format that is not really suited to reading on either a PC or e-reader. I lifted the text for the PDF from the site, red texts.

hi, that would be great - you already have posting/editing permissions so please go for it. Click the Edit tab, and an editor will approve the change when we get to it

jef costello

6 years ago

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DigitalSocialist

Hello,

Thanks just discovered it. I got to compress first as PDF file as it is 440 MB and limit is 16MB

If you run it through OCR (optical character recognition) software (Abby Finereader iirc) then it willl convert the images of text into text (with proof-reading required) which will get it down to size easily.

Sike

6 years ago

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Steven.

hi, that would be great - you already have posting/editing permissions so please go for it. Click the Edit tab, and an editor will approve the change when we get to it

Thanks Steven, but there doesn't seem to be an Edit tab on that particular page. It should be located at the top of the entry right next to the View tab, correct? I can see the Edit tab on some of the entries in the library but not on all of them.

Sorry to be a pain.

Steven.

6 years ago

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Sike not a pain at all and yes you are right. Should be fixed now! Thanks again for this, please do feel free to improve any other content on the site

Craftwork

6 years ago

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440 MB PDF?! Jesus.

Sike

6 years ago

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Steven.

Should be fixed now! Thanks again for this, please do feel free to improve any other content on the site

Thanks!

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hello,
Thanks for suggestion. I do not have OCR software. I hope it is not expensive.

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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You read correct. jef costello suggested OCR software which will have a smaller file size. I just hope this type of software is not expensive.

jef costello

6 years ago

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DigitalSocialist

You read correct. jef costello suggested OCR software which will have a smaller file size. I just hope this type of software is not expensive.

You should be able to find it online for free.

phantom antichrist

6 years ago

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Hi I'd like to post academic articles and books.

DigitalSocialist

6 years ago

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Hello have tried your suggestion and while searching on Google under both

"Free OCR Software"

and

"Free Image to Text software"

and found only free software which only allows conversions up to 5MB. I could buy Abby Finereader at £79 but that would have to be for another month sadly :/

I will keep searching thou ...

Stavros Eagle

6 years ago

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Hello,

I would like to post an article on the election of Trump in the blog section. I don't think it's redundant because the analysis is somewhat different from other articles on Trump's election.

Stavros

radicalgraffiti

6 years ago

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DigitalSocialist

Hello have tried your suggestion and while searching on Google under both

"Free OCR Software"

and

"Free Image to Text software"

and found only free software which only allows conversions up to 5MB. I could buy Abby Finereader at £79 but that would have to be for another month sadly :/

I will keep searching thou ...

start with the most basic search first then add details to thin the results, and spell things out, there can be dozens of things with the same acronym

"optical character recognition"
https://www.google.co.uk/search?sclient=psy-ab&client=firefox-b&btnG=Search&q=optical+charictor+recogntions#q=optical+character+recognition
has various results including http://www.onlineocr.net/
and
https://support.google.com/drive/answer/176692?hl=en
i also note https://www.abbyy.com/en-gb/finereader/about-ocr/what-is-ocr/ has a free trial

there also articles with lists of free ocr software http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/top-5-free-ocr-software-tools-to-convert-your-images-into-text-nb/

Majid00

6 years ago

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Hi Steve

Hope you are doing well. I would like to upload the translation of Rojava: reality and rhetoric in Farsi. It looks that I need your approval.

Yours,

Majid

Steven.

6 years ago

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Majid00

Hi Steve

Hope you are doing well. I would like to upload the translation of Rojava: reality and rhetoric in Farsi. It looks that I need your approval.

Yours,

Majid

that would be great. You have now been approved. But you had old accounts which already had posting permissions didn't you? If you have forgotten your password we could do a password reset for you

Steven.

6 years ago

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phantom antichrist

Hi I'd like to post academic articles and books.

approved! Go for it

Steven.

6 years ago

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Stavros Eagle

Hello,

I would like to post an article on the election of Trump in the blog section. I don't think it's redundant because the analysis is somewhat different from other articles on Trump's election.

Stavros

please email it to us at [email protected] to review

Majid00

6 years ago

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Hi

I would like to post an article about Rojava. I think this my second request. I wrote an e-mail to Steven. So far, no response

Steven.

6 years ago

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Majid00

Hi

I would like to post an article about Rojava. I think this my second request. I wrote an e-mail to Steven. So far, no response

hey Majid, you already have posting permissions. I didn't get an email from you (which address did you send it to?), but I did respond to your post above. I also asked if you were the user who used to have the username "Majid", because if so and you have forgotten your password/login we could do a reset for you if you wanted. Or else you could just continue to use this account. Thanks very much for contributing!

gulliver

5 years 12 months ago

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Hi - I create comics at fmadd.com and I'd like to post them to libcom. thanks!

Steven.

5 years 12 months ago

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gulliver

Hi - I create comics at fmadd.com and I'd like to post them to libcom. thanks!

hey that URL gives an error message for me. Is it definitely working?

gulliver

5 years 12 months ago

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oh dang. it's supposed to forward to https://sites.google.com/view/fmadd

Steven.

5 years 12 months ago

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gulliver

oh dang. it's supposed to forward to https://sites.google.com/view/fmadd

thanks for thinking of us, but unfortunately it's not quite right for our site

gulliver

5 years 12 months ago

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rats. well thanks for checking it out///

Rory Reid

5 years 11 months ago

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Hi,

I want to post articles about scottish radical history/ scottish political history(strikes,riots etc)/ scottish trade unionism/History from below including Anarchism while I will research and write. I notice that some work on this has begun but I'd like to flesh it out as I learn more.

My first piece would be the Leith Dockers Strike 1913.

Cheers.

Steven.

5 years 11 months ago

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RobberBurns88

Hi,

I want to post articles about scottish radical history/ scottish political history(strikes,riots etc)/ scottish trade unionism/History from below including Anarchism while I will research and write. I notice that some work on this has begun but I'd like to flesh it out as I learn more.

My first piece would be the Leith Dockers Strike 1913.

Cheers.

that sounds great! You now have posting permissions

Rory Reid

5 years 11 months ago

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that sounds great! You now have posting permissions

Thanks so much

atkingsmith

5 years 11 months ago

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Dear Libcom Admins,

I was hoping to post an article looking at the concept of technoanarchism I've recently written on which draws from my experiences setting up mesh nets with the local hacktivist/autonomist community based in Toronto.

More info on my work can be found on my website.

Let me know if you have any questions and thanks in advance!

CamilaCosta

5 years 11 months ago

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Good evening all,

I'm an editor in an academic journal called "Worlt Tensions", an international journal which publishes papers by authors all around the world from many universities.

admin: Long copy and paste snipped

daveberrie

5 years 11 months ago

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Hey, I would like to post something looking back at 2016, putting things in context etc. Its already written, if you want to read it to approve.

Majid00

5 years 11 months ago

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Hi Steve

We are translating Augustin Guillamon's Barricades in Barcelona. Could you please help us to contact him in order to ask few questions?

Yours,

Majid

Khawaga

5 years 11 months ago

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Camilla Costa. Just make an announcement forum post for what you want to publicise.

Steven.

5 years 11 months ago

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daveberrie

Hey, I would like to post something looking back at 2016, putting things in context etc. Its already written, if you want to read it to approve.

sounds great. Could you just email it to us at [email protected] to review?

Majid, I think that Alias Recluse is in contact with him so please send him a private message here: https://libcom.org/user/120200

Majid00

5 years 11 months ago

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Thank you so much Steve.

Yours,

Majid

atkingsmith

5 years 10 months ago

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Hi, I requested access a few weeks back but didn't hear anything from the editors. I have been working on a project developing mesh net works and alternative forms of communication for organizing in Toronto and I wanted to share the theoretical and practical implications of my research some writing for the site. Can I have posting permission? Thanks in advance for your response.

Steven.

5 years 10 months ago

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atkingsmith

Hi, I requested access a few weeks back but didn't hear anything from the editors. I have been working on a project developing mesh net works and alternative forms of communication for organizing in Toronto and I wanted to share the theoretical and practical implications of my research some writing for the site. Can I have posting permission? Thanks in advance for your response.

hi, very sorry about the delayed reply. Please feel free to go for it now, as you have posting permissions

atkingsmith

5 years 10 months ago

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Thanks so much! Will post shortly!

NospaT

5 years 10 months ago

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Hello
I would like to post an article I wrote about the tendency I have observed recently, in all parts of the left/radical left/anarchy (myself I am an anarchist but am interested in all the aforementioned spaces) about what I call Left Politics of Nostalgia. Basically the idea that things were 'better' under Obama, 'better' before Brexit, etc, while ignoring the underlying processes that led to the points we are at. For this I request content posting rights
Thanks

Steven.

5 years 10 months ago

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Approved!

BloodDiamond

5 years 10 months ago

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Hi, I would like to contribute to discussions in the forum (especially Theory). Thanks

Steven.

5 years 10 months ago

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BloodDiamond

Hi, I would like to contribute to discussions in the forum (especially Theory). Thanks

hi, you don't need additional permissions to post in the forums, indeed you are doing so right now. Look forward to your contributions

singming

5 years 9 months ago

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Hi, I'd like to post an essay critiquing performative activism and linking it to the recuperation of anti-state resistance by the liberal left under the guise of anti-Trumpism.

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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Sounds interesting, look forward to it - you now have permissions

Jay_the_robot

5 years 9 months ago

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Hi all,

I am trying to carry out some research on anarchism and mental health practice and activism in the UK during the period circa 1960 to mid-1980s. I was hoping to post in the forum to see if anyone has any "leads" for me to follow, or any information I can build on.

Regards,
Jay.

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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Approved! Sounds interesting, it would be great if you could post any results of your research up to our library/history sections

jura

5 years 9 months ago

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I would like to post a short article on the Romani dole cuts riots in Slovakia in 2004. It has to be written first, but asking in advance. Thanks!

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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jura

I would like to post a short article on the Romani dole cuts riots in Slovakia in 2004. It has to be written first, but asking in advance. Thanks!

hey man chatted to you on FB already but yes you already have posting permissions so please go for it, you don't need to ask in future!

jura

5 years 9 months ago

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Thanks mate! I didn't know I had those already. Will post soon.

Black Helmet

5 years 9 months ago

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Hey, I just made this account because there's something I've been working on lately that I want to submit

It's a lengthy article I've been working on and off for for quite a while about how the West ended up in the situation that it stands post-2016.

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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im_mad_as_hell

Hey, I just made this account because there's something I've been working on lately that I want to submit

It's a lengthy article I've been working on and off for for quite a while about how the West ended up in the situation that it stands post-2016.

Thanks, sounds interesting. Please email it to [email protected] for us to review. Cheers

Aunty Jack

5 years 9 months ago

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Hi,

I'd like to post up an old thesis (which I have the author's Ok to publish) about radical unionism in Australia in the 70s - could I have permission to do this?

Thanks! :)

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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Aunty Jack

Hi,

I'd like to post up an old thesis (which I have the author's Ok to publish) about radical unionism in Australia in the 70s - could I have permission to do this?

Thanks! :)

Yes, please do, you already have posting permissions!

sjzc

5 years 9 months ago

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I'd like permission to start posting Chinese accounts and analysis of class struggle in various times and places (please see my "about" statement). I'd also like to set up a blog for this purpose here. I've used this website before, but things seem to have changed: now I can't even figure out how to send a private message to any of the admins, so I'm posting this here. Thanks for your help.

Steven.

5 years 9 months ago

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sjzc that's great, have emailed you

Egor Truslav

5 years 8 months ago

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Hi, I would like to post an article about a the unethical practices of the capitalist secondary school education sysetem.

Steven.

5 years 8 months ago

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Egor Truslav

Hi, I would like to post an article about a the unethical practices of the capitalist secondary school education sysetem.

hi, thanks very much for your interest. Please email it to libcom.org at gmail.com for us to review

Method of Freedom

5 years 8 months ago

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Hi, I would like to get permission to add to libcom's freedom newspaper archive issues that are not in the archive

Steven.

5 years 8 months ago

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Peter s

Hi, I would like to get permission to add to libcom's freedom newspaper archive issues that are not in the archive

that would be amazing! You now have permissions.

To add them, please go to the main freedom archive here: https://libcom.org/library/freedom-newspaper

if the year the issue is in is listed, go to that year and click "add child page". If the year is not yet listed, please click "add child page" to the main freedom archive, and create a child page for that year. Then add the issues to that new page. Thanks very much!

spacegrrl

5 years 8 months ago

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Hey, I would like to get permission to have a blog/ post an article I have written recently which is a theoretical critique of Beyonce's 'feminism' and the problems surrounding it - including the problems with the labour exploited through her clothing line etc.

Steven.

5 years 8 months ago

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spacegrrl

Hey, I would like to get permission to have a blog/ post an article I have written recently which is a theoretical critique of Beyonce's 'feminism' and the problems surrounding it - including the problems with the labour exploited through her clothing line etc.

hey that sounds great! You now have permission to post our library.

If you're interested in doing a blog, please send us a quick email, or send me a private message, with some more info about what sort of thing you think you would be writing about and how often you think you will be trying to write ([email protected]). Thanks very much for your interest!

Anything posted to the library now can be moved into a blog later FYI

abc-belarus

5 years 8 months ago

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Hey,

thought that we have rights to publish here, but obviously not. Going to bring from time to time updates on struggle in Belarus. Right now have an article to publish in english - https://abc-belarus.org/?p=7750&lang=en

Solidarity
ABC-Belarus

Steven.

5 years 8 months ago

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abc-belarus

Hey,

thought that we have rights to publish here, but obviously not. Going to bring from time to time updates on struggle in Belarus. Right now have an article to publish in english - https://abc-belarus.org/?p=7750&lang=en

Solidarity
ABC-Belarus

great, thanks you now have permissions

DigitalSocialist

5 years 8 months ago

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Just an update. I am still searching for a free OCR software to work with my MAC but no luck yet.
Once I have I will be able to upload a rare book on the Spanish Civil War.
Does anyone know of any reliable OCR software that will work with OX X EL Captain version 10.11.6 version on a Mac?

Musechem

5 years 8 months ago

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http://libcom.org/blog/musechem

I want a blog here, is it OK?

Joe-Red

5 years 8 months ago

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hi

I like to make a post about the war in Ukraine.

InderPraxis

5 years 7 months ago

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Hi, new to libcom as a registered member. I write to a greek lang anarchist site ''provo.gr'' and i want to submit some translated articles of mine. Can i do it?

Prateleiks

5 years 7 months ago

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Hi, I'm a non-Leninist communist from Czech and t I would like to post an article about Leninism against the revolution, it is a translation of the GCI-ICG group.

I did it in the Forum but would like to publish it in the Library.
If possible I would like also you to provide me to have a BLOG.

Thank you comrades.

stew312856

5 years 7 months ago

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Hi I would like to post a zine about taking on white supremacy.

cgarver

5 years 7 months ago

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Hello.

I'd like to upload to the library some volumes of the CPUSA's internal publication Party Organizer. Don't believe they exist in digital format anywhere else at the moment.

Thanks.

Rommon

5 years 7 months ago

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I posted an article about early Christian communism, and then made 2 changes (used a different quote and just fixed a mistake with paragraph spacing) could a mod ok the changes please?

Khawaga

5 years 7 months ago

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Done.

Dyjbas

5 years 6 months ago

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Might not be the right place to ask, but I'm trying to figure out how to change the URL of articles (to remove special characters, etc.). Apparently there's a URL path settings field on the article submission page, but I can't find it.

Steven.

5 years 6 months ago

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Dyjbas

Might not be the right place to ask, but I'm trying to figure out how to change the URL of articles (to remove special characters, etc.). Apparently there's a URL path settings field on the article submission page, but I can't find it.

hey, have upped you to editor permissions so now you can

Dyjbas

5 years 6 months ago

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Thanks! Can see it now.

Fantasma di Tresca

5 years 6 months ago

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Requesting post for Working Class History

Steven.

5 years 6 months ago

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Fantasma di Tresca

Requesting post for Working Class History

great stuff, you now have posting permissions. Any problems feel free to post in this forum

Fantasma di Tresca

5 years 6 months ago

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Thanks. I made some formatting mistakes, I fixed them. Now I just need approval.

situationist_prank

5 years 5 months ago

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Hey I just want to post a cool thing on Gilles Dauve. Can I post it?

Craftwork

5 years 5 months ago

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situationist_prank

Hey I just want to post a cool thing on Gilles Dauve. Can I post it?

Will it be part of a situationist prank?

Steven.

5 years 5 months ago

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situationist_prank

Hey I just want to post a cool thing on Gilles Dauve. Can I post it?

email it to us at [email protected] to review

situationist_prank

5 years 5 months ago

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Will it be part of a situationist prank?

No, Im not that cleaver

email it to us at [email protected] to review

Doing that right now

yelenick

5 years 4 months ago

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Hi,
I am working on a project to digitize all of Murray Bookchin's work into audio books. I am starting with The Philosophy of Social Ecology and will later move onto other works. Here is an example of what I am doing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q73nk-pNVxU&t=607s

I would like to make this content available on your website.

In Solidarity

Steven.

5 years 4 months ago

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Sounds good, you now have permissions

Shoal Collective

5 years 4 months ago

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Hi

We'd like to post this article - can we have article posting right

s http://kurdishquestion.com/article/3971-turkey-will-buy-and-sell-weapons-in-london-this-september

With solidarity
Shoal Collective

Steven.

5 years 4 months ago

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Approved!

Thunaraz

5 years 4 months ago

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Hello,

I would like to post a blog piece about capitalism and its effect on mental health, mental health care, and addiction. Thanks for your consideration, comrades.

in solidarity.
Thunaraz

RobynK

5 years 4 months ago

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Hey,

I've got an article I wrote a few months ago that I'd like to have published here on libcom, it's about Elisabeth Dmitrieff, the 20 year old Russian who organised the Women's Union during the Paris Commune.

In solidarity,
RK

Steven.

5 years 4 months ago

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Councils and communes, you now have permissions

Thunaraz

Hello,

I would like to post a blog piece about capitalism and its effect on mental health, mental health care, and addiction. Thanks for your consideration, comrades.

in solidarity.
Thunaraz

you have permissions as well, thanks!

Melmoth the Wanderer

5 years 4 months ago

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I have a PDF of "At Dusk" (the lengthy text published by the ex-Point Blank! members David Jacobs and Chris Winks). I will send it to you if you want to post it.

Thunaraz

5 years 4 months ago

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Hello comrades,

Is this the correct place to request a Blog as opposed to regular posting rights? Thanks in advance.

Solidarity,
Thunaraz

Steven.

5 years 4 months ago

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Thunaraz

Hello comrades,

Is this the correct place to request a Blog as opposed to regular posting rights? Thanks in advance.

Solidarity,
Thunaraz

hi, yes it is. Please give us a more info on what you plan to write about/what your political perspective is. You could send us this info with a sample piece of writing to us by email: [email protected]
look forward to hearing from you!

Steven.

5 years 4 months ago

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Melmoth the Wanderer

I have a PDF of "At Dusk" (the lengthy text published by the ex-Point Blank! members David Jacobs and Chris Winks). I will send it to you if you want to post it.

that's amazing!

You now have posting permissions so please post it up by clicking submit content - library (or history, which ever is most appropriate for the text)

if you have any other stuff by Point Blank! or those guys subsequently please post that up as well!

Thunaraz

5 years 4 months ago

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I will do that. Thank you.

vpnif

5 years 4 months ago

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Hey, I want to post a new article about VPN work in China.

sudeagof

5 years 3 months ago

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Hey, I would like to post a text by French post-Situationist group Oiseau-tempête which I translated to English.

E: to be more precise it's a critique of Noam Chomsky and his accused "anarchism of the State".

Steven.

5 years 3 months ago

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sudeagof

Hey, I would like to post a text by French post-Situationist group Oiseau-tempête which I translated to English.

E: to be more precise it's a critique of Noam Chomsky and his accused "anarchism of the State".

great stuff, you now have permissions

pannekoek2007

5 years 3 months ago

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I would like to post a critique of Endnotes from the letter section of N+1

nikolabudanovic

5 years 3 months ago

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Hi,

I would like to post an article about the empoyees of the danzig post office who were the first to fight the nazis in 1939. The story is a strong example of the working class anti-fascism, and I already have a permission from working class history to post it on libcom, so they could share it. The aniversary of the event (1st of September) is soon to come, so it would be great if I could receive your permission as soon as possible. I already published the article on War History Online (https://www.warhistoryonline.com/world-war-ii/employees-danzig-post-office-fought-germans-15-hours-invasion-poland-captured.html).

Thank upfront!

Steven.

5 years 3 months ago

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pannekoek2007

I would like to post a critique of Endnotes from the letter section of N+1

approved!

Steven.

5 years 3 months ago

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nikolabudanovic

Hi,

I would like to post an article about the empoyees of the danzig post office who were the first to fight the nazis in 1939. The story is a strong example of the working class anti-fascism, and I already have a permission from working class history to post it on libcom, so they could share it. The aniversary of the event (1st of September) is soon to come, so it would be great if I could receive your permission as soon as possible. I already published the article on War History Online (https://www.warhistoryonline.com/world-war-ii/employees-danzig-post-office-fought-germans-15-hours-invasion-poland-captured.html).

Thank upfront!

hey, yes we spoke on Facebook. Thanks again for this! You now have posting permissions

BigFluffyTail

5 years 3 months ago

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Hi I'd like to be able to post a translation. Militancy highest stage of alienation, part 2 written in 1974 (first part was in1972).

GoogleMurrayBookchin

5 years 3 months ago

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Hi there,

New user here. I'd like to upload some Bookchin pdfs.

Steven.

5 years 3 months ago

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GoogleMurrayBookchin

Hi there,

New user here. I'd like to upload some Bookchin pdfs.

go for it. Big fluffy, ditto! Look forward to you guys' contributions

antithesi

5 years 3 months ago

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Hi, we would like to post the articles we have written in English on migration and on the ecology of capitalism (see here: http://antithesi.gr/?page_id=319).

Steven.

5 years 3 months ago

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antithesi

Hi, we would like to post the articles we have written in English on migration and on the ecology of capitalism (see here: http://antithesi.gr/?page_id=319).

looks great! Go for it

Alan W Moore

5 years 3 months ago

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hello folks --
I'd like to post the following text --
Abstract for introduction field:

A review of the book edited by Tom Goyens, Radical Gotham: Anarchism in New York City (2017). Describes the essays in the collection on 19th-20th century anarchist groups at first by ethnicity and the newspapers they produced in NYC – Johann Most and the Germans; Saul Yanovsky and the Jews; Luigi Galleani and his Italian followers; and the Spanish circle around El Despertar. Also there is a chapter on Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker. Post-WWII, the book's essays discuss the Why? group of post-WWII anarchists; the Living Theatre; Black Mask/Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers; the artist Gordon Matta-Clark; the ABC No Rio cultural center; and finally anarchism in Occupy Wall Street.

I'm also sending an email with the text attached to:
libcom.org at gmail.com
with subject line
"Review of 'Radical Gotham' anthology"

thanks,
/awm

ineligible

5 years 2 months ago

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Hey comrades,

I'm doing some thesis work on anarchist history and, given I have university library access, I'm coming into possession of a ton of old 1910s-1920's periodicals in .pdf format, based on what I can find online as well as some microfilm I'm digitizing myself.

What I've got so far:
The Blast (1916-1917) (volumes 1 and 2 in full)
Revolt (1916) (v1.01-08)
Mother Earth (1906-1917) (volumes 2-12)
Mother Earth Bulletin (1917) (v1.01-07)
The Woman Rebel (1914) (v1.01-07)
Why? (1913-1914) (volumes 1 and 2)
The Rebel (1895-1896) (v1.01-06)
Rebellion: Made up of Dreams and Dynamite (1916) (7 issues from volume 1; seems to be a forgotten publication from New Orleans that Covington Hall published)

I'll be getting some more stuff come in over the next year or so. If I could get the permissions to upload the .pdfs here (OCR is complete on some but a little splotchy on others) I'd appreciate it. Some of these you don't seem to have anything on, and I know the pages from Mother Earth, The Blast, and Revolt are a little splotchy; it's tricky when everything's locked behind university credential walls and stuck in microfilm cabinets.

Much love,
ineligible

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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Hi, ineligible, all that sounds absolutely amazing! We do have a couple of bits of some of those publications, but we would absolutely love to complete our archives of them, and get the other stuff. So yes please do upload/scan as much of that as you can!

You now have posting permissions. Any questions feel free to ask in our feedback on content forum. We have some written guidance here, particularly the how-to: https://libcom.org/notes/content-guidelines

sstoker

5 years 2 months ago

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Hello. I'd like to post books and essays on the history, theory and practice of Third Cinema / revolutionary cinema.

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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sstoker

Hello. I'd like to post books and essays on the history, theory and practice of Third Cinema / revolutionary cinema.

go for it!

reluctant enthusiast

5 years 2 months ago

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Hello,

Would like to post some papers I have written that match your content

Thanks,

RE

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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What are they about?

reluctant enthusiast

5 years 2 months ago

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Workers Rights, the exploitation of Workers by Globalism and Capitalism, the forced and continued ghettoization of the Global South

That kind of material.

Thanks again,

RE

emblack

5 years 2 months ago

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hello i think i would like to have a blog here, i used to post things in chinese and i got tired, but i want to try to be active again.
most things i will also post on my personal blog here : https://emblack.wordpress.com

in soli

acardweaver

5 years 2 months ago

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I pretty much started this account to post materials from the 1990s Network of Anarchist Collectives (NAC) and Slingshot. I believe the text of all of NAC's articles are archived here, but not in a good way for people searching the 'net:
https://web.archive.org/web/20031223170045/http://messmedia.rootmedia.org:80/disconnection/archives/index.html

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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acardweaver

I pretty much started this account to post materials from the 1990s Network of Anarchist Collectives (NAC) and Slingshot. I believe the text of all of NAC's articles are archived here, but not in a good way for people searching the 'net:
https://web.archive.org/web/20031223170045/http://messmedia.rootmedia.org:80/disconnection/archives/index.html

Great stuff, please go for it

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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reluctant enthusiast

Workers Rights, the exploitation of Workers by Globalism and Capitalism, the forced and continued ghettoization of the Global South

That kind of material.

Thanks again,

RE

hi, can you please send us an example text or 2 to [email protected], thanks

Steven.

5 years 2 months ago

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emblack

hello i think i would like to have a blog here, i used to post things in chinese and i got tired, but i want to try to be active again.
most things i will also post on my personal blog here : https://emblack.wordpress.com

in soli

hello comrade, that would be fantastic! We have given you permissions to post to our library section for now. If you would like to have a blog, could you please send us an example article to our email address [email protected]?

If you would like to repost any of the stuff from your personal blog to our library section that would be great as well.

I see you are based in Taiwan, that's a shame as I was in Taiwan quite recently and it would have been good to meet up maybe. Well, hopefully another time!

shinmin1111

5 years 2 months ago

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I wonder if I might be able to post an article to libcom please
Best regards

shinmin1111

5 years 2 months ago

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I wpuld like to post an article dealing with BBC coverage of Syria and R
ojava

Famine1918

5 years 2 months ago

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Hello, I would like to post articles on the soviet form of organization in the revolutionary period, materials related to the russian civil war, and primary and secondary source documents related to "Workers' Control" in the Russian Revolution.

Donald

5 years 1 month ago

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I've got a PDF scan of "The Philosophical Foundations of Property Rights" by Alan Carter, can I submit it?

Steven.

5 years 1 month ago

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shinmin1111

I wpuld like to post an article dealing with BBC coverage of Syria and R
ojava

sounds very interesting. Please email it to us on [email protected] to review and we will get back to you

Steven.

5 years 1 month ago

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Famine1918

Hello, I would like to post articles on the soviet form of organization in the revolutionary period, materials related to the russian civil war, and primary and secondary source documents related to "Workers' Control" in the Russian Revolution.

that sounds fantastic, you now have posting permissions.

Donald, thanks you now have posting permissions as well

malatestavn

5 years 1 month ago

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I would like to post a translation of an extract from a Vaneigem's book about freedom of speech...

Steven.

5 years 1 month ago

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malatestavn

I would like to post a translation of an extract from a Vaneigem's book about freedom of speech...

sounds good, you now have permissions

malatestavn

5 years 1 month ago

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Thanks, anyway, can you approve my editing?
I fix the article, there were a couple of mistakes...
https://libcom.org/library/nothing-sacred-everything-can-be-spoken-rvaneigem

Kizzle

5 years 1 month ago

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I'd like to post an article by two IWW members on Solidarity Unionism.

Steven.

5 years 1 month ago

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Kizzle

I'd like to post an article by two IWW members on Solidarity Unionism.

you already have posting permissions

extinction.global

5 years 1 month ago

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Sharing my piece on ecocidal ontogeny of austerity and migration

https://extinction.global/post/167082844739/recapitulating-alterity-hellas-as-subaltern

_db

5 years 1 month ago

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Hi I'd like to post some articles about IWW structure, and maybe later some bigger picture articles about the world we're coming into

Juan Conatz

5 years 1 month ago

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Hey _db, you should be able to post to the library now.

Nisha

5 years ago

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Please can I have article posting rights

deepcomrade

5 years ago

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Hi, I would to upload an pdf by Loren Goldner.

phantom antichrist

5 years ago

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I would like to post books about anarchist geographies.

Steven.

5 years ago

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deepcomrade

Hi, I would to upload an pdf by Loren Goldner.

approved, you now have permissions

Steven.

5 years ago

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phantom antichrist

I would like to post books about anarchist geographies.

you already have posting permissions so feel free

LAMA

4 years 12 months ago

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Hi. Id like to post various content from our site:

http://www.awsm.nz/about/

Anarquía y Comunismo

4 years 12 months ago

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Hi, comrades. We are an chilean anarchist and pro-communization collective dedicated to the difusion of radical critique in a bulletin called 'Anarquía & Comunismo'. We wrote you to your email with an article proposal. Please let us know what do you think.

cheers!

Steven.

4 years 12 months ago

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LAMA

Hi. Id like to post various content from our site:

http://www.awsm.nz/about/

That would be great, approved!

Steven.

4 years 12 months ago

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Anarquía y Comunismo

Hi, comrades. We are an chilean anarchist and pro-communization collective dedicated to the difusion of radical critique in a bulletin called 'Anarquía & Comunismo'. We wrote you to your email with an article proposal. Please let us know what do you think.

cheers!

sounds fantastic, both in terms of the English and Spanish language stuff. You now have permissions

Anarquía y Comunismo

4 years 12 months ago

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Great! thanks you, Steven. But it looks like I'm not allowed to post on blog section.
I think the translations into spanish that that we have been working should be posting on the library section, but anothers short-pieces, like the one that I told you by mail. do not fit on library or history sections. so I think that the blog sections is the right one to that kind of articles. What can I do?
Abrazos!

Anarquía y Comunismo

4 years 12 months ago

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Great! thanks you, Steven. But it looks like I'm not allowed to post on blog section.
I think the translations into spanish that that we have been working should be posting on the library section, but anothers short-pieces, like the one that I told you by mail. do not fit on library or history sections. so I think that the blog sections is the right one to that kind of articles. What can I do?
Abrazos!

Steven.

4 years 12 months ago

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Hi, yes that's right blogs are approved separately. General content should go in our library section, so I would post there in the first instance (we can always move it into a blog later if you like).

If you would like to apply for a blog let us know, and let us know how regularly you think you will post. Then we will review as a group and get back to you ASAP!

Anarquía y Comunismo

4 years 12 months ago

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Ok, then I think I get it: So I'll post in the library section on the first place and later, when we really know how regularly we will publish here, we will solicitate a blog, right?

Thanks, bro
Salud!

Steven.

4 years 11 months ago

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Anarquía y Comunismo

Ok, then I think I get it: So I'll post in the library section on the first place and later, when we really know how regularly we will publish here, we will solicitate a blog, right?

Thanks, bro
Salud!

yes that would be excellent! Look forward to your contributions, comrades

libriincogniti

4 years 11 months ago

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We would like to post a translation of Bordiga's "Dialogue with Stalin", and Camatte's Introduction to the 1974 edition of Amadeo Bordiga’s “Economic and Social Structure of Russia Today”.

Steven.

4 years 11 months ago

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libriincogniti

We would like to post a translation of Bordiga's "Dialogue with Stalin", and Camatte's Introduction to the 1974 edition of Amadeo Bordiga’s “Economic and Social Structure of Russia Today”.

approved!

Liberté Ouvrière

4 years 11 months ago

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Hi,

I'm requesting the permission to publish content.

I already have my blog here: liberteouvriere.wordpress.com

I wish to share the international call for texts about "Anarcho-syndicalism and intersectionnality". This text call is sent by the "Anarcho-Syndicalist Collective for Education and Diffusion" ASCED, a group in which I'm involved in Quebec, Canada.

https://cedasasced.wordpress.com/2017/12/24/international-text-call-anarcho-syndicalism-and-intersectionality/

I might also share in the future other information about the ASCED.

thanks!

Liberté Ouvrière

Steven.

4 years 11 months ago

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Hey, feel free to post stuff like that in our announcements forum

zearendil

4 years 10 months ago

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Hi comrades,

I would like to be able to post to the site. I write some texts in Bulgarian language, but sometimes I would like to publish also in English. I lately finished my report about the London anarchist bookfair 2017 and I would like to make it available to English comrades, too. In Bulgarian it is available here.

Please provide any guidelines if you think there is a right place about this topic.

In solidarity,
Zlatko

Steven.

4 years 10 months ago

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zearendil

Hi comrades,

I would like to be able to post to the site. I write some texts in Bulgarian language, but sometimes I would like to publish also in English. I lately finished my report about the London anarchist bookfair 2017 and I would like to make it available to English comrades, too. In Bulgarian it is available here.

Please provide any guidelines if you think there is a right place about this topic.

In solidarity,
Zlatko

hi, thanks for your comment!

We could host some of your texts in Bulgarian if you like?

However, we would not want to host that account of the Bookfair. Reading it with Google translate I can see it is unfortunately inaccurate. Your description of the two people simply as "feminists" is inaccurate. They were not anarchists, they are members of political parties (one of them at least is in the Green Party), and they were distributing hate propaganda against trans people. They have also been involved in violent attacks on trans activists, and have called the police and reported anarchists to the police.

Helen Steel is not just a "feminist" who defended them, she is a prominent advocate of hate propaganda against trans people.

Their claim to be concerned about men declaring themselves women in order to attack women in public toilets is far right hate propaganda, spouted by the religious far right of the American Republican party, and has no basis in fact.

Anyway there has been a lot of discussion about this on the site already. So if anyone wants to discuss this further they can do so in the existing thread here

zearendil

4 years 10 months ago

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Hello Steve,

I understand your point, I expected that you may not like what I wrote and this is why I added a link to it. Of course, if you do not consider it appropriate, I would not publish it at libcom. It is quite possible that my story is inaccurate, of course I do not know all the differences and trends in the UK movement.

But please consider that this was my personal impression of what I understood about the whole story. And that I have read a lot about it, including a significant part of the thread you posted above. Actually only when I got back to BG, some local people told me something bad happened in the bookfair, so I had to look for more information - I mean my view was not directly influenced from people in UK. If you think it makes sense, I could post this story or my opinion in the corresponding thread. But my point here is that to me, a person that did not receive the correct education, the response of the events looks like... what I wrote in the text. I believe it would look even worse for non-anarchist people from non-western countries. And I do not think our movement would benefit from it.

Anyway, consider my request retired. If I want to publish something else, I will ask again.

As for publishing in Bulgarian, I do not think it makes much sense... We have separate websites for this and I suppose most of the Bulgarian speaking people have easy access to them. Sometimes we translate to English some texts we consider important, but then I publish them using the FAB account. But this text was kind of a personal impression and, as I know the topic is controversial, I did not want to involve the organization with it.

Party Of The Sin

4 years 10 months ago

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Hi, I would like to post a news article about a strike

Steven.

4 years 10 months ago

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Party Of The Sin

Hi, I would like to post a news article about a strike

hi could you tell us a bit more, such as where is the strike etc?

rhodri powell

4 years 10 months ago

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Hey,
I would like to upload an article outlining a libertarian-communist system for you all,

Thanks

Steven.

4 years 10 months ago

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rhodri powell

Hey,
I would like to upload an article outlining a libertarian-communist system for you all,

Thanks

go for it

alerta comunista

4 years 10 months ago

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Greetings comrades!
I'm a member of 2008-2012 journal and I also have a personal blog. We translate some of our articles in English, so I'm asking for posting rights in order to post them also here, so that more people around the world can find informations about things going on in Greece.

Void Network

4 years 9 months ago

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please publish this announcement from Occupied Theater Embros- we log in for first time and tried tried to do it but we find no way to do it
http://voidnetwork.gr/2018/02/10/embros-theater-announcement-nazi-attack-sundays-04022018-nationalistic-demonstration-macedonia-athens/
do we need some special permission for publishing material by ourselves? how can we recieve a permission like that?
please send us info at [email protected]

Patience Kershaw

4 years 9 months ago

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Hi

I would like to post theoretical and activist pieces as a blog - my influences are Socialisme ou Barbarie/Castoriadis, Victor Serge and post-Trotskyism, ecological Marxist politics, Critical Theory and Adorno, Machine-fragmentism,

Thanks, Patience

Steven.

4 years 9 months ago

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Void Network

please publish this announcement from Occupied Theater Embros- we log in for first time and tried tried to do it but we find no way to do it
http://voidnetwork.gr/2018/02/10/embros-theater-announcement-nazi-attack-sundays-04022018-nationalistic-demonstration-macedonia-athens/
do we need some special permission for publishing material by ourselves? how can we recieve a permission like that?
please send us info at [email protected]

hey, just post it in our announcements forum

Steven.

4 years 9 months ago

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Patience Kershaw

Hi

I would like to post theoretical and activist pieces as a blog - my influences are Socialisme ou Barbarie/Castoriadis, Victor Serge and post-Trotskyism, ecological Marxist politics, Critical Theory and Adorno, Machine-fragmentism,

Thanks, Patience

thanks very much for getting in touch! Sounds interesting. Do you have anything written yet? If so please email it to us to have a look to [email protected]

blogs are for people who plan on writing regularly, is that the case? If not we could always set you up with permissions to post to the library at first, and if you end up writing more then we can switch it to a blog. Let us know what you think, either here or on the above email address!

Otra Ala

4 years 9 months ago

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hey there, i need some help with my last post. The pic will only load upside down, and of course, i did some edits which need to be approved

vuastelem

4 years 9 months ago

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Hi,
I'm working on an article (in English) about the syndicalist miners' strike on Spitsbergen north of Norway in July 1917 and the subsequent military intervention by the Norwegian Navy and deportation of immigrant workers. Would love to post it in the history section when it's ready.

Thanks

Steven.

4 years 9 months ago

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vuastelem

Hi,
I'm working on an article (in English) about the syndicalist miners' strike on Spitsbergen north of Norway in July 1917 and the subsequent military intervention by the Norwegian Navy and deportation of immigrant workers. Would love to post it in the history section when it's ready.

Thanks

sounds fantastic! You now have posting permissions, look forward to reading it

The_Dilettante

4 years 9 months ago

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Hi! I'd like to put up something that used to be on the old Lions of Rojava site. Please give me permission if you would be so kind.

Steven.

4 years 9 months ago

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The_Dilettante

Hi! I'd like to put up something that used to be on the old Lions of Rojava site. Please give me permission if you would be so kind.

approved

O Berkman

4 years 9 months ago

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Hey there! Sent this by email, but...

So, I'm interested in writing for LibCom--my perspective is as an indigenous anarchist organizer who writes under my name O. Berkman. Through my job, I'm a member of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and am deeply concerned about their recent unionization of RCMP telecom operators and intercept monitor analysts. The article would be intended to assess and review the threat posed by these new CUPE members to affiliated organizers, what impact police and related unions have had in Canada and the United States as examples, and why acts like these by CUPE and other Canadian unions represent a dangerous normalization of repressive state forces in the so-called House of Labour.

GI Joe Hill

4 years 9 months ago

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Hi Steven et al - would like to write a treatise on anarchist strategy, an attempt at a new synthesis dealing with some old questions of theory and practice, political organization vs. syndicalism, etc...

alyesque

4 years 8 months ago

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Hi, I would like posting writs to post a response to Gender Nihilism, a text which I wrote and my friend phoenix shared on this site several years ago.

tyneside anarchist

4 years 8 months ago

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https://tynesideanarchistarchive.wordpress.com/
https://tynesideanarchistarchive.wordpress.com/
We are gradually building a full picture of the various anarchist groups throughout the region, and hope to someday publish a full history.

Were you part of an anarchist group during the 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s etc etc in the North East of England ?

Would / could you possibly write down any memories you have and email them to us ?

Do you remember group activities, numbers, what literature was produced ?

Do you want to donate / copy any literature ?

Obviously all correspondence can be treat anonymously.

Every bit of information helps, no matter how large or small, for example the following quote we found elsewhere..

“”Back in the late 70’s early 80’s our group encompassed the whole region and went under the name of Tyne & Wear Anarchist Group (TWAG); we also had a Tyne & Wear DAM. TWAG had around 6 regular activists in Sunderland, a similar number in Gateshead, the same in Newcastle and a member out in Blyth. TWAG would also regularly link up with comrades in Middlesbrough and Darlington.””

contact : [email protected]

“Tomorrow history will be written by experts who were far removed from the events and personnel concerned and they will deliver their emphatic interpretations and verdicts. We here are talking about protagonists who will be excluded from all the histories as yet unwritten.”

Antonio Téllez Solá

Serge Forward

4 years 8 months ago

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I'd like to post occasional ACG articles for the library, news, etc but realised I don't have the right permissions. Can I have them please?

Mike Harman

4 years 8 months ago

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alyesque

Hi, I would like posting writs to post a response to Gender Nihilism, a text which I wrote and my friend phoenix shared on this site several years ago.

Hi, you should be able to post now.

Fozzie

4 years 8 months ago

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"The selected file headache2-1.compress.pdf could not be uploaded. The file is 12.66 MB which would exceed your disk quota of 500 MB."

:-(

Steven.

4 years 8 months ago

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Fozzie

"The selected file headache2-1.compress.pdf could not be uploaded. The file is 12.66 MB which would exceed your disk quota of 500 MB."

:-(

congrats! You should have plenty of extra space now, and you can now approve your own changes etc

Fozzie

4 years 8 months ago

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Wahey!

Thanks. :-)

Steven.

4 years 8 months ago

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Serge Forward

I'd like to post occasional ACG articles for the library, news, etc but realised I don't have the right permissions. Can I have them please?

hey, that would be great, although you do already have permissions. Just click submit content, then news et cetera (although please keep posts about events/announcements to the announcements forum)

Serge Forward

4 years 8 months ago

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Yeah, I realised after I posted that. Watch a dope eh.

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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Hi,

I'd like to post a epub of a Cyril Smith book. Could you give me posting rights?

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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Could you please give me posting permission for the library?

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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Could you please give me posting permission for the library?

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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Could you please give me posting permissions for the library?

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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Could you please give me posting permissions for the library?

tu6k

4 years 7 months ago

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My inquiry is a few days old now, and for some reason further replies seem to be caught by the spam-filter for no reason at all. Would somebody please give me the permissions for posting to the library? I would like to provide some additional texts to it.

rheoj

4 years 7 months ago

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I translated a critique of marginalist microeconomics, and I'd like to add it to the library. Would you give me the permission to posting it?

Mike Harman

4 years 7 months ago

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tu6k

Hi,

I'd like to post a epub of a Cyril Smith book. Could you give me posting rights?

Done! Sorry it took a while.

rheoj

4 years 7 months ago

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Mike Harman

tu6k

Hi,

I'd like to post a epub of a Cyril Smith book. Could you give me posting rights?

Done! Sorry it took a while.

While you're at it, could you approve me too?

Steven.

4 years 7 months ago

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What's the substance or perspective of the critique?

If you want, you can email it to [email protected] for us to review

rheoj

4 years 7 months ago

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Steven.

What's the substance or perspective of the critique?

It's a critique tracing the logical errors that marginalism allows itself in its reasoning, and how its tautologies become increasingly crass in the development from the theories of Menger, Jevons and Walras up to later developments such as indifference curves.

Reddebrek

4 years 7 months ago

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Mike Harman

tu6k

Hi,

I'd like to post a epub of a Cyril Smith book. Could you give me posting rights?

Done! Sorry it took a while.

Err you know Cyril Smith was a member of the Workers Revolutionary Party and part of the splinter that kept going even after Healy's exposure as a serial rapist and the parties links to middle eastern dictatorships right?

tu6k

4 years 6 months ago

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Reddebrek

Mike Harman

tu6k

Hi,

I'd like to post a epub of a Cyril Smith book. Could you give me posting rights?

Done! Sorry it took a while.

Err you know Cyril Smith was a member of the Workers Revolutionary Party and part of the splinter that kept going even after Healy's exposure as a serial rapist and the parties links to middle eastern dictatorships right?

Therefore, everything he has written must be disregarded. This kind of logic leads nowhere.

Reddebrek

4 years 6 months ago

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Didn't say that at all, but if you can't handle being reminded of the activities of the author then I guess whatever he wrote couldn't be very good.

For real thought the man was a life long member of a vanguardist party that abused its own membership in every way possible to do so and actively informed on middle eastern and north African exile communities for money, and continued to do so even after the people grassed up started being arrested and disappeared. What exactly is valuable to the emancipation of the working class from such a point of view?

tu6k

4 years 6 months ago

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Didn't say that at all,

Yet you imply it with everything you write here.

but if you can't handle being reminded of the activities of the author then I guess whatever he wrote couldn't be very good.

If you want to judge the writings of an author, you do it by pointing out errors in their reasoning, and not by moralistic appeals against the person.

For real though the man was a life long member

He was not.

of a vanguardist party

So what?

...that abused its own membership in every way possible to do so and actively informed on middle eastern and north African exile communities for money, and continued to do so even after the people grassed up started being arrested and disappeared. What exactly is valuable to the emancipation of the working class from such a point of view?

You're inferring a "point of view" of him that makes it clear that you have not read any of his books - which makes the use of the word "valuable" particularly revealing. If you did however indeed read his books, then this statement is even more embarrassing: Even if we assumed the counterfactual of him staying faithful to his past, which he outspokenly did not, then this still tells us nothing about the value of his work for communism. This can only be judged by its content, which can be significant for communism even in cases where it does not directly deal with it:

Marx to Ruge, Kreuznach, September 1843

Reason has always existed, but not always in a reasonable form. The critic can therefore take up any form of theoretical and practical consciousness and from the forms peculiar to existing actuality develop the true actuality as its ought and its final purpose.

Besides, this kind of assumption about theories corresponding to certain "standpoints" already alludes to a belief in an incommensurability of subjectivity, and hence a doubt about human knowledge that cannot but be called reactionary. Whether a judgement is correct or not can be decided by thinking it through and assessing it from that, not by its supposed intentions or its point of view. A good idea doesn't care for who conceived of it.

Reddebrek

4 years 6 months ago

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tu6k

Yet you imply it with everything you write here.

With what I wrote here? Implying I didn't say it in what a wrote previously before you made your charge? So you gonna apologise for that then?

If you want to judge the writings of an author, you do it by pointing out errors in their reasoning, and not by moralistic appeals against the person.

????? In a liberal arts class maybe but death of the author doesn't really work in the field of practical politics. Its called contextual analysis. Like for example we have an author advocating a revolution lead by a political party, in which case the behaviour of the party the author belonged to would be rather important.

He was not.

Err yes he was, he remained in the rump of WRP and the Newsline group until it split to the point the remainder became known as Movement for Socialism. His membership of the WRP outlasted Healy.

So what?

Oh, so I'm right in that his position didn't change all that much since Healy got the boot then? If you honestly don't know why this is an issue then you're just proving my point for me that Smith's work doesn't belong here.

You're inferring a "point of view" of him that makes it clear that you have not read any of his books - which makes the use of the word "valuable" particularly revealing. If you did however indeed read his books, then this statement is even more embarrassing: Even if we assumed the counterfactual of him staying faithful to his past, which he outspokenly did not, then this still tells us nothing about the value of his work for communism. This can only be judged by its content, which can be significant for communism even in cases where it does not directly deal with it:

You've not even bothered saying what book you really want to add to the library. Is this a joke? You just had a go at me for moralising about assault, rape and murder, but now you're doing it here about reading habits. But you haven't even bothered saying what books your talking about. We can't be talking about the man in totality because that includes his time in the original WRP and you absolutely hate me bringing that up.

Marx to Ruge, Kreuznach, September 1843

Reason has always existed, but not always in a reasonable form. The critic can therefore take up any form of theoretical and practical consciousness and from the forms peculiar to existing actuality develop the true actuality as its ought and its final purpose.

You know Marx was a big believer in criticising people for their actions and not just the stuff they wrote in a vacuum right? The Eighteenth Brumaire wasn't a collection of Napoleon III speeches with critical annotations. Also in his many criticisms of classical economists he would take their concepts and then look at the economic reality to see if it matched up, and in his view it usually didn't.

Honestly you couldn't have picked a worse person to make an appeal to authority fallacy on this point. Civil War in France, Class Struggles in France, Revolution and Counter revolution in Germany etc.

Besides, this kind of assumption about theories corresponding to certain "standpoints" already alludes to a belief in an incommensurability of subjectivity, and hence a doubt about human knowledge that cannot but be called reactionary. Whether a judgement is correct or not can be decided by thinking it through and assessing it from that, not by its supposed intentions or its point of view. A good idea doesn't care for who conceived of it.

This is not a rebuttal or an answer to my question, its just an attempt to moralise and look clever.

Steven.

4 years 6 months ago

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This thread is for people to request posting permissions only. Any further off topic comments will be deleted

leninist

4 years 6 months ago

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I would like to post some books and pamphlets in Library! (About Communist movement, in Farsi).

wolf

4 years 6 months ago

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hi i'd like to ask a question about a crimethinc piece
also have reading material i could share

polooz

4 years 6 months ago

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Hi, I would like to post an article about rss plan against pandit and muslim community

polooz

4 years 6 months ago

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please let me know when can i get permission ????

barimanid

4 years 6 months ago

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Hi, I would like to post a news article about a strike against price hike

Steven.

4 years 6 months ago

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wolf

hi i'd like to ask a question about a crimethinc piece
also have reading material i could share

you don't need any permissions to ask questions.

What sort of reading material is it you have?

Steven.

4 years 6 months ago

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polooz

Hi, I would like to post an article about rss plan against pandit and muslim community

can we have someone information? Like what is "rss", and what is your political perspective?

Steven.

4 years 6 months ago

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barimanid

Hi, I would like to post a news article about a strike against price hike

Thanks for your comment. Could you give us a bit more information, like is there a link to a news story about this already somewhere, or what group of workers was involved?

R Totale

4 years 6 months ago

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I'm angry about the garbage piece the LRB published about Grenfell Tower, I'm guessing a blog would be the appropriate place to comment on it? If so, can I have a blog?

crapula2010

4 years 6 months ago

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Hi, I would like posting rights. So that I can post stories from the Manchester Solfed local. The first post will be about a recent action in Altrincham: http://www.solfed.org.uk/manchester/fortis-student-lettings-neglects-tenants

crapula2010

4 years 6 months ago

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Please give me posting rights so I can post a news story from Manchester Solfed about a housing dispute.

Steven.

4 years 6 months ago

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Approved

thikoril

4 years 6 months ago

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Hello, I would like posting rights so that I could post a French translation of this text from endnotes.

Steven.

4 years 5 months ago

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thikoril

Hello, I would like posting rights so that I could post a French translation of this text from endnotes.

granted!

Red Mermaid

4 years 5 months ago

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Hi. I'm requesting the right to post. I already tried to post on the forum but was flagged as spam, but it's not! I swears it. :)

Can admin please check the post I tried to make and approve it? You'll see it's not spam.

Mike Harman

4 years 5 months ago

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I can't see the post you made - could you paste the text here and we should be able to copy it into a new forum post?

LC

4 years 4 months ago

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Hello, I would like to have access to posting, as I want to share my MA thesis, this is my abstract:

Addressing the re-emergence of fascism from the perspective of cultural production requires an understanding of fascist phenomena and their cultural implications from their origins through to their seemingly incoherent and unpredictable contemporary developments. Attending to the dynamic relationship between “high and low culture” and how it may reinforce fascist tendencies within society is one of the key steps in shaping the struggle for progressive politics.

Thanks!
L

Steven.

4 years 4 months ago

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Red mermaid and LC, approved

BenS6

4 years 4 months ago

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Hello I’d like to request posting rights please.

I’m a member of and would like to post contents for the anarchist communist group

Ben

Steven.

4 years 4 months ago

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Approved

harmonium

4 years 4 months ago

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Hello, I'd like to request posting rights please. I would like to share an article I wrote about radical citizen science, and would maybe like to contribute more articles in the future

Thank you,
harmonium

harmonium

4 years 4 months ago

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Hi, I'd like to request posting rights so I can share an article I wrote about radical citizen science. I am also interested in posting more articles in the future.

Thank you,
harmonium

Nim_Chimpsky

4 years 4 months ago

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Hey all. I wanted to post an essay on libertarian socialist currents in the Indian independence movement and their differences with the Indian communists.

AnythingForProximity

4 years 4 months ago

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I'd like to request permission to edit two texts that I already submitted to the library. As a result of successive edits, the title of the Catalan text is ungrammatical and needs to be fixed, and there are some minor changes I'd like to make for clarity's sake to the English translation as well. The changes I tried to make a couple of days ago are still pending moderation.

Mod: edits approved

Steven.

4 years 4 months ago

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Harmonium and NC, you're both now approved. Look forward to your contributions

Communisateur_

4 years 4 months ago

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Hello, I’d like to request posting rights. I’m part of a group of communizers and egoist communusts and I’d like to submin our manifesto. You can read it here: https://internationalcommunizerscircle.wordpress.com/
Thank You,
Communisateur_

tyneside anarchist

4 years 4 months ago

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sick of asking

Khawaga

4 years 4 months ago

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I'm sure an admin will see your post soon, though you could try to private message Steven. or Mike Harman to speed it up.

Steven.

4 years 4 months ago

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tyneside anarchist

sick of asking

when did you ask? Taking a look at your account I can see that you already have posting permissions

Communisateur_, you've been approved

tyneside anarchist

4 years 4 months ago

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thankyou. for ages it wouldnt let us even type in these boxes, - spam thing i think

Steven.

4 years 4 months ago

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Sorry about that, our antispam system got discontinued, and we got swamped with spam. The new one has some teething problems. Anyone else you has problems, feel free to email us instead on libcom.org at Gmail.com

Marx-lover

4 years 3 months ago

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Hi. I'd like to post a book of mine called Worker Cooperatives and Revolution. And also a couple of articles on Marxist theory. Thanks!

albertor

4 years 3 months ago

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Hello I was wondering If would like to post an blog about 3 Challenges Faced by Political Parties in the 21st Century.
Thank you!

jef costello

4 years 3 months ago

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albertor

Hello I was wondering If would like to post an blog about 3 Challenges Faced by Political Parties in the 21st Century.
Thank you!

I've deleted the repeated posts and the identical posts under another username. If something gets flagged as spam then reposting it just makes the libcom detector more convinced that it is spam.

I'm not sure if that is really the kind of blog post that libcom would be looking for, on account of it bneing an anarchist website, an Admin will give you a definitive answer.

To speed things up you can send the article to the admins at libcom.org at gmail.com

senki_alfonz

4 years 3 months ago

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hi,

I would like to make a post about the current Hungarian culture war waged by the governing right wing government that's aimed at the erasure of leftism from public memory while it tries to dismantle the remainder of (so deemed) left-leaning institutions and the formulating responses to that.

(They're now aiming at removing Imre Nagy's statue from in front of the parliement and replacing it with an anti-bolshevik memorial that doubles as a greater Hungary memorial. Last year they closed the Lukács-archives and removed Lukács's statue as well.)

Steven.

4 years 3 months ago

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senki_alfonz, approved

Albert, no thanks

rambarstuous

4 years 3 months ago

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Yo, can you guys please delete my account. I don't like this website It's difficult to post stuff here (which is frustrating) and hardly anyone is posting anyway, it's like a ghost town. Thankyou.

Daniel Tutt

4 years 2 months ago

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Can I submit content?

Daniel Tutt

4 years 2 months ago

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I will like to make a post regarding Kojeve's reading of Hegel

jef costello

4 years 2 months ago

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Daniel Tutt

I will like to make a post regarding Kojeve's reading of Hegel

You should be able to make a post in the forums.Use the submit content button.

PucksV01ce

4 years 2 months ago

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Requesting posting rights on behalf of anarchist communist group

absoluteidea

4 years 2 months ago

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I saw that you were one of the only media outlets willing to take on the Caleb Jennings story about his Chicago abuse of fight for 15 activists in 2017. I have a similar tale of corruption and abuse from within the Chicago Left towards activists.

My story is quite different and begins with arrests at a Aug. 15, 2017 anti-White Supremacist protest called by two prominent antifa groups in Chicago 3 days after Heather Heyer was murdered by a neo-Nazi in Charlottesville. Two of us were charged with felonies, 250K bond and placed on house arrest. I was arrested while trying to unarrest a popular anarchist activist with 10 to 20 other individuals. That anarchist activist was freed from house arrest within 6 days, with the help of a secret 10K fundraising campaign, and the dominant left legal aid institutions - Chicago Community Bond Fund, and National Lawyers Guild. I was left on house arrest for 3 and half months to fend for myself. My family and I were lead to believe that the same aid would be provided to me, and discovered in the courtroom that we had been lied to by NLG staff. No effort was made to raise my bond. We were mislead and then a cover up ensued that defamed and further isolated me from potential supporters.

This story goes on and on. I have documented it in detail with a timeline, email trails, some video, and all the characters involved. The ironies pile up on top of ironies to the point of a tragic comedy. My girlfriend at the time was intimately involved in the communications and experiences we had in court. She is willing to cooperate in any interviews or statements if you see fit. Thanks for your consideration. I look forward to discussing this with you. My goal in sharing my story is to help other activists with the real information they need to make important decisions about how to participate in militant street actions and their consequences should they find themselves in similar situations.

chandra_

4 years 1 month ago

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Hi there,

I would like to post an archive of the journal of the Federation of Workers Councils and Unions in Iraq, called the Voice of Iraqi Workers. This archive starts from November 2003 to January 2005. It provides interviews with organizers on the ground, specific actions/locations of class struggle all over the country at the time, as well as repression faced from the national ruling class, the US authorities, and islamist militias.

Cheers

Khawaga

4 years 1 month ago

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That sounds like a fascinating read, Chandra. Though I presume it's (unfortunately for me) all in Arabic (not that is an issue for Libcom).

chandra_

4 years 1 month ago

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Nope, all in english.

Khawaga

4 years 1 month ago

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Great!

destani7

4 years 1 month ago

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i would like to post an article regarding 2020 election

LibSocRants

4 years ago

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Hi, I would like to post an account of being sectioned, the use of psychedelics, and anarchist perspectives on mental health.

Noah Fence

4 years ago

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LibSocRants

Hi, I would like to post an account of being sectioned, the use of psychedelics, and anarchist perspectives on mental health.

That would be of particular interest to me. Look forward to reading it.

In the meantime, this may be of interest to you...
https://libcom.org/library/class-struggle-mental-health-live-fight-another-day

LibSocRants

4 years ago

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That looks interesting. By the looks of things my article is way too long. It's a personal account.

Noah Fence

4 years ago

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LibSocRants

That looks interesting. By the looks of things my article is way too long. It's a personal account.

I’m sure you could post it as a blog entry. Just send a sample to the admins and they can then approve it. If you don’t want to do that I’d still love to see it as I’ve been suffering from some fairly serious MH problems for a while and am interested in other people’s experiences and perspectives, especially those of other anarchists.
If you don’t mind sharing it with me I’ll PM you my email?

Baderneiro Miseravel

4 years ago

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Hello there,

Is it possible to request the right to make a blog here aswell? I'd like to post translations of material written by the SolNet (o Invisiveis) we created here in Goiânia, Brazil to try and make some international contact with similar thinking folks.

Cheers

LibSocRants

4 years ago

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I've written another article on freedom of consciousness. It may be a bit controversial but I think the material is good for the most part. I'm revising it just now.

blackrails

4 years ago

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How do I respond to a private message? (I may be in my 30’s in human years, but “M.A.S.H.-is-for-young’uns“ in computer skills)

Method of Freedom

4 years ago

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write your reply in message text-box and then press the "send message" button

blackrails

4 years ago

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Thank you, but there’s no message box, apart from the senders message nor is there a reply option. I’m wondering if it’s because I’m new and not “authorized” to do so yet?

cristoper

4 years ago

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Hi - long time lurker, first time poster here requesting permission to post a topic. I've written a long article (title: "Microfinance and the re-exploitation of women: Some thoughts on Kiva's interest rates") I'd like to share a link to on the forums and hopefully get some feedback or discussion from the users here.

(Is Theory or Announcements a better place for that sort of thing?)

Thanks.

cristoper

4 years ago

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Hi - long time lurker, first time poster here requesting permission to post a topic. I've written a long article (title: "Microfinance and the re-exploitation of women: Some thoughts on Kiva's interest rates") I'd like to share a link to on the forums and hopefully get some feedback or discussion from the users here.

(Is Theory or Announcements a better place for that sort of thing?)

Thanks.

salad

4 years ago

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Hi, I would like to post translations to portuguese on library.

cristoper

4 years ago

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Hi - I've written an article (titled "Microfinance and the re-exploitation of women: Some thoughts on Kiva's interest rates") I'd like to share a link to on the forums in hopes of getting some feedback/discussion. Could I get topic posting rights? Thanks!

Lydia Hirsch

4 years ago

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I would like to post a news story about the "gilet jaune" demonstrations. I'm in Paris right now and there are supposed to be big demonstrations tommorrow.

avvv

3 years 11 months ago

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Hello, I would like to add a translation to the dutch page.

GCCF

3 years 11 months ago

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Hello,

This is Gulf Coast Communist Fraction, a recently formed left-communist group based in Southwest Florida (Naples-Fort Myers area). We wondering if libcom may allow us to publish our content on a blog or such?

GCCF

3 years 11 months ago

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May Gulf Coast Communist Fraction, leftcom group in Southwest Florida, open up a blog?

Lydia Hirsch

3 years 11 months ago

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I don't know if this is the place to ask this, but I'd like to change my username to "Lydia Hirsch."

TrespassNetwork

3 years 11 months ago

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Howdo i'd like to make an announcement about the new issue of our journal but right now i can't post in announcements. (I could make comments tho?) Can i be (re)approved.
Merci & best wishes for 2019

chegele

3 years 11 months ago

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I'd like to request posting rights :)

Kusma

3 years 11 months ago

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Hello, I would like to post a question in the History forum regarding the "Free Territory". Essentially, I've been researching the Makhnovist movement for a while, and I have not seen any primary or secondary source from before 1 May 2006 referring to the area under Makhnovist protection as "Free Territory". The reason why 1 May 2006 is significant is because that's when the Wikipedia page "Free Territory" was created.
Basically my question is, is there any previous source that refers to the area under protection of Makhno's army as "Free Territory"? What about in other languages? Or have we all been calling it by the wrong name?

AfricanPrint

3 years 11 months ago

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Hi, I would like to post comments. But I am not able to.

GCCF

3 years 10 months ago

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GCCF

May Gulf Coast Communist Fraction, leftcom group in Southwest Florida, open up a blog?

?????????

Black Helmet

3 years 10 months ago

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Hello, I submitted this piece I wrote last night but it in library and i think it should be a blog entry but I don't have blog posting rights

I actually have used this account before to submit original writing but that was also to library and was featured on the front page so I'm somewhat confused by this

kasama_libsoc

3 years 10 months ago

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Hi I'd like to upload a work to the library. It is an article not of my own, but of particular interest to the Philippine labor movement.

meerov21

3 years 10 months ago

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Hi!
How can I make a blog here? Is it possible? Please explain. Some people here ask why I do not keep a blog and they want me to do it and that is why I had the idea to create it.

I write on topics related to the history and theory of libertarian-socialist movements. Many of my texts have elicited various responses and debates with the participation of many people. This is also the reason for my desire to create a blog.

These are the articles I would like to publish on my blog. Should I send it somewhere or just put it here?

1. "It somewhat gives me vision of what ongoing anarchist-communist society would look like"
https://libcom.org/forums/theory/it-somewhat-gives-me-vision-what-ongoing-anarchist-communist-society-would-look-16

2 How can we distinguish the revolution of Councils from authoritarian imitation?
https://libcom.org/forums/organise/how-can-we-distinguish-revolution-councils-authoritarian-imitation-22032018

3. Basis of a social revolution
https://libcom.org/forums/theory/basis-social-revolution-06092013

4. Anarchist Movement in Białystok 1903-1907
https://libcom.org/forums/history/anarchist-movement-bia%C5%82ystok-12012014

5. Odessa, the homeland of anarcho-syndicalism 1905-1907
https://libcom.org/forums/history/odessa-homeland-anarcho-syndicalism-01062014

6. The Socialist Revolutionaries Maximalists (SRs Maximalists)
The Socialist Revolutionaries Maximalists (SRs Maximalists) is the radical wing of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, based on a synthesis of the ideas of the Russian narodniks and European revolutionary syndicalism.
https://libcom.org/forums/history/socialist-revolutionaries-maximalists-srs-maximalists-24092014

7. The Practice of Anti-authoritarian Socialism. Kronstadt Republic (1918).
https://libcom.org/forums/history/practice-anti-authoritarian-socialism-kronstadt-republic-1918-02102014

8. Libertarian socialist society
(Mendel Dainov’s Ideas)
https://libcom.org/forums/theory/libertarian-socialist-society-05102014

9. The Paradoxes of working class of Russia and USSR
https://libcom.org/forums/history/paradoxes-working-class-russia-ussr-16012019?page=1

SwitchBoard

3 years 9 months ago

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Let me in Coach

I have co-authored several articles
I would like to make available as images,
The format they're saved in presently.

Thx and keep up the good adjectives.

SwitchBoard

3 years 9 months ago

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I would like to submit several articles
of which I am coauthor, saved as images.

Thx,

Fight the good adjective.

Kosigan

3 years 8 months ago

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Hi. Im the author of this piece which your twittter account retweeted a link to the other day. Id love to post it on Libcom. Its an analysis and strategy proposal for UK leftists thinking about base-building strategies in the current political context.

https://medium.com/@aralkosig/crisis-and-mobilisation-in-the-uk-a51ebe57b39c

jfdonoso

3 years 8 months ago

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Hey peeps. I have written an article about the 15th Garden in Syria, a Food Sovereignty network, that have been supporting community gardeners and farmers in Syria to grow “free food for a free people”, while also building solidarity amongst farmers from Syria and peasants’ resistance worldwide.

I want to post it in the blog. Any chance?

Wiseman55

3 years 7 months ago

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Hi there,

I'd like to post content related to slave rebels and black Seminoles in Florida.

Some of my earlier content on libcom here:

https://libcom.org/history/negro-fort-massacre
https://libcom.org/history/black-maroon-settlement-angola-beacon-freedom-florida
https://libcom.org/history/forming-nation-free-black-settlement-fort-mose-0
https://libcom.org/history/patriot-war-florida-manifest-destiny-slavery-covert-intervention-us-imperialism

But I don't currently have posting permission.

Solidarity,
Adam

B. Geddy

3 years 7 months ago

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I would like to post an article I wrote. It's an analysis of why the anarchist movement in the First World is predominantly white, and what we might to reach out to a broader group of working class people.