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ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv, ansonsten hier noch der Hinweis auf ein Update (u.a. mit Hinweisen zur jiddischsprachigen Sammlung in Yale) bei Poumista und auf einen Artikel von Gerd Bedszent zur Geschichte der Vereinigten Linken (VL) in der DDR 1989/90 im aktuellen ak und auf den Artikel von Harjot Oberoi Ghadar Movement and Its Anarchist Genealogy (pdf-Datei) im aktuellen Economic and Political Weekly:

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 26. Iran and Afghanistan
** Iran 1979: Can Popular Power win? (1979, pdf-Datei)
** Khomeiny’s two front war (1979, pdf-Datei)
** Iran: the Reality is much more Complex (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Gulf War (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Clerical Fascism (1980, pdf-Datei)
** Iran: what to make of the Mojahedin? (1983, pdf-Datei)
** Soviet Troops out of Afghanistan! (1980, pdf-Datei)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* La Batalla numérisée
* Ignacio Iglesias: Les erreurs du P.O.U.M. (1974, Auszug aus Trotsky et la Révolution espagnole)
* Karl Marx: Lettre sur Proudhon (1865)
* Charles Rappoport/Adéodat Compère-Morel: La vie et l’oeuvre de Cabet (1912)
* Jules Guesde: Au congrès national des mineurs de France
* Le machinisme (1913)
* Ante Ciliga: Le « Groupe ouvrier » russe (1978)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA) … Chris Harman Internet Archive?:

* Justice: The Fight Against Socialism. Bond or Free Love? (1907)
* Social Democratic Party (SDP): Social Democratic Manifesto on the Question of Universal Adult Suffrage (1907)
* Ernest Mandel: De economische theorie van het marxisme. Deel 1 (1960)
* Ernest Mandel: De economische theorie van het marxisme. Deel 2 (1960)
* Red Star: Guns, Sisters, Guns (1971)
* Ted Grant: Coup in Iraq (1968)
* Marcel Liebman: Het politieke testament van Togliatti (1964)
* Friedrich Adler: Het overgangstijdperk (1924)
* Karl Kautsky: Geschiedenis van de Eerste Internationale 1864-1876 (1924)
* Emile Vandervelde: Geschiedenis van de Tweede Internationale 1889-1914 (1924)
* Marcel Deneckere: Parti Wallon (1965)
* Sy Landy: Forward to the book The Life and Death of Stalinism (1960)
* Chris Harman: Venezuela’s rich play with fire (2003)
* Chris Harman: How can we stop the war? (2003)
* Chris Harman/Chris Nineham: Against a world of war and poverty (Chris Nineham2003)
* Chris Harman: Venezuela – a new defeat for the rich (2003)
* Chris Harman: Birth of a new movement (2003)
* Chris Harman: Protest shakes the warmongers (2003)
* Chris Harman: Mad system that drives us into economic chaos (2003)
* Chris Harman: They are killing to keep the oil flowing (2003)
* Chris Harman: Making the connections (2003)
* Chris Harman: This is a very political war (2003)
* Chris Harman: Not what Bush’s gang expected (2003)
* Chris Harman: Free to vote – but only if US approves (2003)
* Chris Harman: Argentina – what does the election result mean? (2003)
* Chris Harman: Diana Mosley – A dedicated follower of fascism (2002)
* Chris Harman: Message to those who say ‘reclaim Labour’ (2003)
* Chris Harman: A brief history of futility (2003)
* Chris Harman: Uprising in Bolivia – stones and clubs defeated the tanks (2003)
* Chris Harman: L’Ordine Nuovo – paper of the Italian revolution (2003)
* Chris Harman: Why the US wants to run the world (2003)
* Chris Harman: Panic over Iraq hits the White House (2003)
* Chris Harman: Georgia – Can the uprising open the way to real change? (2003)
* Chris Harman/John Rose: The day we stopped the Nazis … and the police ran amok (with John Rose)
* Chris Harman: Prescott’s broken voice (1999)
* Chris Harman: Boom hangover hits capitalists (2001)
* Chris Harman: A message to our readers (2001)
* Chris Harman: Is it propaganda? Or do we want socialists elected? (2001)
* Chris Harman: System in crisis before US disaster (2001)
* Chris Harman: Who keeps the peace? (2001)
* Chris Harman: How wars can lead to revolution (2001)
* Chris Harman: Trollope – Similar story now and then (2001)
* Chris Harman: How did we get into this mess? (2001)
* Chris Harman: The US breaks its own rules (2002)
* Chris Harman: Argentina after the revolt – what next? (2002)
* Chris Harman: Venezuela coup foiled by popular rising (2002)
* Chris Harman: A different kind of party altogether (2002)
* Chris Harman: Would socialism kill individuality? (2002)
* Chris Harman: Isn’t it true that we’re too selfish? (2002)
* Chris Harman/Judy Cox: Ten million strike against Tory who’s Blair’s ‘best friend’ (2002)
* Chris Harman: Can the police be on our side? (2002)
* Chris Harman: From the horse’s mouth (2002)
* Chris Harman: Fiddling as hopes burn (2002)
* Chris Harman: Right prepares for new coup attempt (2002)
* Chris Harman: Connecting the links in the struggle (2002)
* Chris Harman: Duncan Hallas 1925–2002 (2002)
* Chris Harman: Freedom, struggle and constraint (2002)
* Chris Harman: Challenge to Chavez (2002)
* Chris Harman: Workers organise to halt right wing coup (2002)
* Chris Harman: A new chapter in the resistance (2004)
* Chris Harman/Yuri Prasad: World Social Forum in Mumbai – many battles, one enemy (2004)
* Chris Harman: Revolt at Hutton’s Whitewash (2004)
* Chris Harman: There’s more to come, Blair (2004)
* Chris Harman: Explaining the tragedy in Haiti (2004)
* Chris Harman: Is Nader right to stand in the US? (2004)
* Chris Harman: US exploits growing crisis in Haiti (2004)
* Chris Harman: Could a battle like the miners happen again? (2004)
* Chris Harman: The roots of ETA (2004)
* Chris Harman: Behind India’s shock election result (2004)
* Chris Harman: Ronald Reagan – If only the bloody thug had died 20 years earlier (2004)
* Chris Harman: A decade the right will never forget or forgive (2004)
* Chris Harman: How crisis can lead to revolution from below (2004)
* Chris Harman: Successful revolution depends on organisation (2004)
* Chris Harman: Paul Foot 1937–2004 (2004)
* Chris Harman: A revolutionary network at the heart of every struggle (2004)
* Chris Harman: Are these uprisings genuine revolts? (2005)
* Chris Harman: The myth of Mao (book review) (2005)
* Chris Harman: A spectre of class (2005)
* Chris Harman: The personality is political (2006)
* Chris Harman: Milton Friedman’s legacy of free market madness (2006)
* Chris Harman: US troop ‘surge’ to Iraq is last, desperate gamble (2007)
* Chris Harman: Venezuela, Hugo Chavez and permanent revolution (2007)
* Chris Harman: Striking back – the return of industrial action (2007)
* Chris Harman: Pakistan on the edge of turmoil (2007)

Collectif Smolny:

* La Révolution prolétarienne: Albert Camus et la littérature prolétarienne (1960)


* Ruth Frow/Edmund Frow: The battle of Bexley Square: Salford unemployed workers‘ demonstration – 1st October, 1931 (1994)
* Susana Pinar: Emergence of Modern Genetics in Spain and the Effects of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) on Its Development (2002)
* Joe White: Anarchist organisation … the next step (1990)
* Wildcat UK: How socialist is the Socialist Workers Party? (1985)
* Gilles Dauvé: Capitalism and communism (1972)
* Louis Adamic: „Dynamite… That’s the Stuff“ (1930)
* prole.info: Lavoro comunità politica guerra (2005)
* Paul Avrich: What is „Makhaevism“? (1965)
* An interview with workers at Fiat, 1970
* Troploin: What’s it all about? Questions and answers (2007)
* Troploin: Alice in monsterland (2001)
* Wang Shih-wei: Wild Lily (1942)
* Jeremy Brecher: The World War II and post-war strike wave (1997)
* Michael Richards: Morality and Biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, Revolution and Women Prisoners in Malaga (2001)
* Ting Ling: Thoughts on 8 March (Women’s Day) (1942)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Sinn Féin: The United Irishman, December 1969

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Así se rompió el silencio (2001)
* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): Parte de guerra Nº 11 (1978)
* Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN): Comunicado de la DRU sobre la situación nacional (1980)
* Frente Patriótico Manuel Rodríguez (FPMR): Carta de la Dirección Nacional a los militantes, simpatizantes y pueblo en general (1997)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Soliman Santos Jr.: Samahang Demokratiko ng Kabataan: some basic information (2006)

Workers‘ Liberty:

* Sean Matgamna: Was the 1916 Rising a „Putsch“? Lenin, Radek, Trotsky (1978)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Nicky Kelly -Independent -Wicklow 1997
* Vincent Ballyfermot Jackson -Dublin South Central 2002
* Anne Speed -Sinn Fein 1989 European Elections- Dublin
* Joe Higgins- Militant Labour- (Leaflet 2) 1996 Dublin West By-Election

The Anarchist Library:

* Rob los Ricos: Against The New World Order (2001)
* Errico Malatesta: Anarchy (1891)
* John Connor: (The) Emperor Wears No Clothes: More on Mayday, May Day! (2001)
* Craig Rosebraugh: Hit ‚Em Where it Hurts (2003)
* No Globalisation… and a good few ‘no’s when it comes to anti-globalisation too! (2001)
* Georges Bataille: (The) Solar Anus (1931)
* Cindy Milstein: Something Did Start in Quebec City: North America’s Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Movement (2003)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1934/1959/1984)
* Leo Trotzki: The Bolshevik Revolution and women’s emancipation (1925)


* Porichoy Patrika, 8-12 1963

Espace contre ciment:

* Rosa Luxemburg: Martinique (1902)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Stillstand und Fortschritt im Marxismus (1903)
* David Harvey: Le « Nouvel Impérialisme » : accumulation par expropriation (2004)
* Joseph Paul-Boncour: Le « député idéal » – Portrait (1906)
* Kurt Tucholsky: Horizontaler und vertikaler Journalismus (1925)
* Kurt Tucholsky: Tucholskys letzte Erkenntnisse – Brief an Arnold Zweig (1935)
* Gustav Landauer: Sind das Ketzergedanken? (1913)


* Workers Communist League (U.S.): Is the Stalin general line correct? (1933, die einzige jemals veröffentlichte Broschüre der von der CPO um Jay Lovestone abgespaltenen Gruppe um Ben Gitlow und Lazar Becker)
* François Villegardelle: Histoire des idées sociales avant la révolution française; ou, Les socialistes modernes, dévancés et dépassés par les anciens penseurs et philosophes, avec textes à l’appui (1846)
* Ken Leech: Christians And Fascism (1977)
* John Noyes: History of American socialisms (1870)

Bibliothek der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung:

* Esser, Marlis : „Eine globale Organisation im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes“ : Zeitungen, Zeitschriften, Protokolle, Jahrbücher und Geschäftsberichte der Internationalen Transportarbeiter-Föderation in der Bibliothek der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (2009, pdf-Datei)

Rustbelt Radical:

* Friedrich Engels: Engels on Darwin and “bellum omnium contra omnes” (1875)

The Commune:

* Tony Lane: Capitalism, labourism and the ‘trade union party’ (1974)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Fourier und Fourier, oder: Die Entwicklung der globalen Erwärmung von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft

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