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Book Review: ‘For Workers’ Power’
A review of a selection of writings by Maurice Brinton.
For Workers' Power- Maurice Brinton
Maurice Brinton was one of the most influential member of the British Solidarity Group (1961–1992), which sought to inspire a mass movement…
A revolução russa - Maurice Brinton
Texto extraído da introdução do livro Os Bolcheviques e o Controle Operário, de Maurice Brinton.
Belgium: the general strike - Solidarity
Pamphlet from January 1961 with first-hand news and accounts of the huge general strike in Belgium which was ongoing against the introduction of…
Solidarity forever? - John Sullivan and Tom Hillier, and Maurice Brinton's reply
At the end of 1968 John Sullivan and Tom Hillier left Solidarity to join International Socialism (I…
Socialism reaffirmed - Maurice Brinton
Some basic principles put together by Maurice Brinton in 1960 aimed at being ones around which revolutionary socialists - as distinct from bureaucratic state socialists - could regroup.
Maurice Brinton interview (1990)
Interview with Chris Pallis (aka Maurice Brinton) produced by Agora International during the Cerisy Colloquium. He talks about the importance of…
From bolshevism to the bureaucracy - Paul Cardan
Essay written by Cornelius Castoriadis in 1963 as an introduction to the French translation of Kollontai's 'The Workers' Opposition'. Translated…
History & revolution: Solidarity Discussion Bulletin 1 - Bob Potter and Maurice Brinton
Bob Potter, a former member of Solidarity criticizes the Solidarity pamphlet 'History and Revolution…
Revolutionary organisation - Maurice Brinton
'Revolutionary Organisation' was published by Solidarity (Clydeside) in July 1969. (Clydeside pamphlet No. 2). It reprinted three articles…
Workers power and the Russian Revolution: a review of Maurice Brinton's For Workers Power
Tom Wetzel reviews the sections concentrating on the Russian Revolution in For Worker's Power, a collection of Maurice Brinton's writings.
Factory committees in 1918 - Chris Goodey debates Maurice Brinton
Debates between Trotskyists and libertarians about the Russian Revolution rarely break new ground…