Daniel Guerin

Libertarian Marxism? - Daniel Guerin

Two essays by Daniel Guerin, written in 1969, beginning with the impact that the Paris Commune and Bakunin's critiques of Marxism had on the ideas of Marx with particular emphasis on Marx's 1871 address to the General Council of the International, 'The Civil War In France', which many anarchists consider to be Marx's "most anarchist" statement and in general a validation of anarchist thought. Guerin concludes the text with a proposal for a synthesis of Marxism and Anarchism which Guerin refers to as "Libertarian Marxism".

Anarchism: from theory to practice - Daniel Guerin

Daniel Guerin's book about the theoretical basis of anarchism, and its practical application to the real world in selected historical examples.

Anarchists, Bolsheviks and Serge - Daniel Guerin

Bolsheviks speaking at a meeting of workers and soldiers in Petrograd in 1917

The Algeria of Daniel Guérin, Libertarian

Mustapha Khayati responds to Daniel Guerin's writing on Algeria.

Guerin, Daniel, 1904-1988

Daniel Guerin.

A biography of the French libertarian communist and gay liberationist intellectual, Daniel Guerin.