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The Critical Resistance Abolition Organizing Toolkit

Inside the toolkit, you’ll find general information sheets to help make the connections between PIC abolition and other social justice struggles. You will find strategies for talking about and planning for abolitionist work. You will find exercises to try out some of those strategies. You will find ideas about alternatives to the PIC. You will find definitions of the terms we use. You will find lists about other things to read and people to call for more ideas.

Ni venezuela popolo nomas per anarkiistoj en Latinameriko kaj de la Mondo: Solidareco estas multe pli ol skribita versio

Teksto skribis per Venezulaj Anarkiistoj en Majo 2017, pri la politika situacio en Venezuelo.

Emma Goldman Essays - Audio Anarchy

Here is a collection of essay's by Emma Goldman that were recorded by the Anarchist propaganda group Audio Anarchy.

Walter Rodney's "How Europe Underdeveloped Africa"

Notes on a classic work of dependency theory.

Gabriel Kolko's "The Triumph of Conservatism: A Reinterpretation of American History 1900–1916"

(See wrightswriting.com for more commentaries on left-wing scholarship.)

The rise of the right in the United States

Moscow against the “left radicals”

In the second article on the “Communist” International, we would like to dwell on the struggle of this organization against proletarian revolutionaries, as well as revolutionaries and intellectuals in the West. At that time, the Bolsheviks, who in fact controlled the Comintern, tried to impose on the radical forces in the West their participation in parliamentarianism, work in socially-reactionary trade unions, and the policy of a united front with counterrevolutionary Social Democracy.

The “Communist” International against the World Proletariat

We continue the series of publications dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Russian revolution. Today we would like to talk about the founding of the Third “Communist” International in 1919 by the Bolsheviks and foreign “Communist” parties. In the first article we have made clear that the policy of the Comintern from the first day of its foundation was socially-reactionary in nature, taking into account the objectives, was utopian and aimed at defending the interests of Soviet imperialism.

Soziale Befreiung - Writings on the Russian Revolution (1917-1921)

Soziale Befreiung
Für die revolutionäre Selbstaufhebung des Proletariats!
For the revolutionary self-abolition of the proletariat!

Schriften zur russischen Revolution (1917-1921)
Writings on the Russian Revolution (1917-1921)

Timeline of U.S. labor history