Entdinglichung

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen (und nicht so radikalen) Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Mai 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv, weitere Hinweise bei Poumista:

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Erich Mühsam: Tagebücher 1910-1924

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR, ehemals ASMSFQI):

* Parti ouvrier internationaliste (POI): La lutte ouvrière, Juli 1943 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité Renault, März 1948
* Opposition communiste: Contre le courant, 2. Dezember 1927
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI) : La Vérité, 10. September 1948
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Dezember 1953
* IVe Internationale: IVe Internationale, Juli 1953
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, 23. August 1934
* Ligue des communistes: Service de presse, 1. Januar 1936
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 10. April 1942 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité, 5. November 1948
* Opposition communiste: Contre le Courant, 19. Deyember 1927
* IVe internationale: IVe internationale, November 1953
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Januar 1954
* Jeunesse communiste internationaliste (JCI): Jeunes travailleurs, en avant pour la grève générale ! (1947)
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, 15. Mai 1934
* Ligue des communistes: La Vérité, 28. März 1935
* Ligue des communistes: La Vérité, September 1934
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 1. Oktober 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, September 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)

Theorie als Praxis:

* Karl Marx – 192. Geburtstag (Zitate)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Amédée Dunois: Lissagaray, historien classique de la Commune (1929)
* Karl Marx: La formule générale du capital (1867, Auszug aus dem Kapital)
* Friedrich Engels: To Jules Guesde (1889)
* L’Emancipation syndicale et pédagogique: Aux origines du Premier Mai (2006)
* Mansoor Hekmat: Nos différences (1989, Auszug)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Henk Sneevliet: Trotski voor de Internationale Commissie (1937)
* Victor Serge: Twice Met (1938)
* Georg Lukacs: What is Orthodox Marxism II (1919)
* Martin Glaberman: On the Giant’s Shoulders (1966)
* Ernest Mandel: Arbetarna under neokapitalismen (1968)
* André Gorz: Ekologin och friheten (1977)
* Paul Mattick: Reply to Robin Derricourt (1966)
* La Lutte Ouvrière: As in June ’36: Class Against Class (1941)
* Rudolf Sprenger: Bolshevism (1939)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Tweeërlei tactiek van de sociaaldemocratie in de democratische revolutie (1905)
* Paul Costello: Capitalism, the State and Crises (1981)
* Paul Costello: Leninist Politics and the Struggle Against Economism (1980)
* Världssocialistiska häften nr 4 (1983)
* George Rawick: Meany and the AFL-CIO (1966) (notebook)
* George Rawick: Reply to Angus Hone (1966)
* George Rawick: Rappite Harmony (1967)
* Bruno Maffi: Prefazione al Tribuno del Popolo (1945)
* Bruno Maffi: Spigolature trotskiste (1948)
* Georgij Plechanow: Note sulla storia della letteratura francese del Lanson (189?)
* Leon Blum: Speech at the Socialist Party Congress at Tours (1920)
* Michael Kidron: Letter to Readers on India (1965)
* Michael Kidron: The Fire Last Time (1965)
* Artikel aus International Socialism, 1965-1967
** Colin Barker: Fog at Fawley (1965)
** Colin Barker: Nice and Brutal (1965)
** Curtis McNally: Whence France? (1965)
** Nigel Harris: Confucian Confusion (1965)
** Nigel Harris: White Collars (1965)
** Ian H. Birchall: Uninstructive (1965)
** Labour in Office (1965)
** Knuckling Under (1964)
** Gerry Lynch: Labour and Education (1965)
** Volkhard Mosler: The German Trade Union Movement 1945-52 (1965)
** Stan Mills: The Right Lines (1965)
** Hilary Rose: Defend the Tenant (1965)
** Sarah Watson: Primary Classes (1965)
** David Breen: Them (1965)
** David Breen: Forever Backward (1965)
** David Breen: Indian High Noon (1965)
** Tony Young: Soldiers (1965)
** Chris Gray: UNexamined (1965)
** Hilary Rose: The Folly of Solly (1965)
** Bert Benson: Sick in Mind (1965)
** Dave Peers: When the Boom Breaks (1965)
** Steven Rose: Philatelic (1965)
** Barry Hindess: Duty Bound (1965)
** John Palmer: The Budget (1966)
** Ian Birchall: Trouble in Belgium (1966)
** James & Audrey Kincaid: The Glossy Soup Kitchen – Social Security under Labour (1966)
** Colin Barker: Comment on Incomes Policy and Class Power (1966)
** Colin Barker: Lex v. Labour (1966)
** Ian H. Birchall: Radical Alliance (1966)
** Nigel Harris: More China (1966)
** Ian H. Birchall: Permanent Betrayal (1966)
** Nigel Harris: Class Struggle and Literature (1966)
** Euphoria and After (1966)
** Mark-Time Congress (1966)
** Dave Peers: Shipbuilding (1966)
** Ian Taylor: The Left on the General Election (1966)
** Freedom in Poland (1966)
** John Strauther: Racism in Britain (1966)
** Charles Posner: The Counterplan (1966)
** Letter to Readers (1966)
** Paul Derrick: Incomes Policy and Class Power (1966)
** David BreenGuys and Jobs (1966)
** Bernard Ross: The Birth of the Boss (1966)
** Peter Ibbotson: The Curse (1966)
** Peter Ibbotson: Robert Owen (1966)
** Bert Bensen: Both Sides of the Wall (1966)
** Tony Wooton: New Courses (1966)
** John Lee: A Little Gem (1966)
** Barry Hindess: Bogged Down (1966)
** Bernard Ross: Right Book Club (1966)
** Sarah Cox: Ladies in Armour (1966)
** Paul Coysh: World of Yesterday (1966)
** Bob Looker: Banana Split (1966)
** John Ashdown: Asian Money (1966)
** Terence R. Mandrell: Rocking the Cradle (1966)
** Manuel Macedo: Dei Ad Gloriam (1966)
** Tony Elger: Reductio Ad Absurdum (1966)
** Books Received (1966)
** C. Dallas: Teachers (1967)
** John Palmer: The Economy (1967)
** James Kincaid: Industrial Disablement in Britain (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Incomes Policy – Reply to J. Hughes (1967)
** Ian H. Birchall: Hardly an Eagle (1967)
** Colin Barker: Not a Candle (1967)
** John Palmer: European Brinkmanship (1967)
** John Palmer: And Pale Pinks Sneer (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Vive Harold! (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Three Steps to the Right (1966)
** Raymond Challinor: Free Bombs (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Trappings Trapped (1967)
** Nigel Harris: Prophet on the Right (1967)
** Letter to Readers (1967)
** Roger Cox: AEU (1967)
** Volkhard Mosler: German Wages (1967)
** Roger McGough: Poems (1967)
** John Hughes: On Incomes Policy (1967)
** Stanley Weir: The Forces Behind the Reuther-Meany Split (1967)
** Ian Taylor: Race and Class (1967)
** Stephen Castles: German Mirrors (1967)
** John Lee: Wiseman or Nurk? (1967)
** Peter Ibbotson: Class or Status? (1967)
** Bert Bensen: The Least of His Crimes (1967)
** Bert Bensen: Dream-In (1967)
** Anthony Uden: The People’s Property (1967)
** Bob Looker: Megalocephaly too! (1967)
** Paul Coysh: And a Phony We (1967)
** Martin Chanock: African Futures (1967)
** Martin Epstein: ‘Progressive:’ Discuss (1967)
** Bert Bensen: What’s New (1967)
** Bert Bensen: Unhallowed Body (1967)
** Bernard Ross: Nut-Cracker (1967)
** P. Mansell: Pre-Revolutionary (1967)
** Will Fancy: Posthumous Protest (1967)
** John Barber: Dim View (1967)
** Barry Hindess: Enough (1967)
** Peter Ibbotson: Hope for Huddersfield (1967)
** Books Received (1967)
** Cumulative Author Index: IS 1 to 28 (1967)
* H.M. Hyndman: The International Situation and the International Socialist Bureau (1902)
* H.M. Hyndman: Laborism, Impossibilism and Socialism (1903)
* H.M. Hyndman: Socialism and Labourism in England (1909)
* H.M. Hyndman: Revolutionary Social-Democracy, The Curse of Compromise in Great Britain (1910)
* Daniel De Leon: Texte November 1908-Januar 1909 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1908, November 1 – Debs’s Opportunity
** 1908, November 2 – Trimming the Poodle
** 1908, November 4 – Taft’s Election
** 1908, November 5 – The Campaign in the Ninth
** 1908, November 6 – Bourbon Gompers
** 1908, November 8 – The „Silent Vote“
** 1908, November 10 – Naught’s Lost If Wisdom’s Gained
** 1908, November 11 – Gompers on the Way to a Monkery
** 1908, November 12 – Business Depression and Immigration
** 1908, November 13 – The Shadow of Russia Spreading
** 1908, November 14 – A Parallel
** 1908, November 15 – Property Self-Exhibited
** 1908, November 17 – As to the Preamble of the Trautmann-St. John-Axelson Concern
** 1908, November 18 – „Wasnuning“
** 1908, November 19 – A Boomerang Witticism
** 1908, November 20 – Priceless Rockefeller’s Testimony
** 1908, November 21 – Great Events Ahead in Germany
** 1908, November 22 – The Suffragettes Up Against It
** 1908, November 23 – The Enfant Terrible
** 1908, November 24 – The „Risk“ of Capital
** 1908, November 25 – Renegade Carnegie Canonized
** 1908, November 26 – We Sail Westward
** 1908, November 27 – Creed and Material Conditions
** 1908, November 28 – Up to the AF of L
** 1908, November 29 – Sore-Harassed Miss Free Trade
** 1908, November 30 – The Marianna Disaster
** 1908, December 1 – Two Nuts Left Uncracked
** 1908, December 2 – The In-Class Struggle
** 1908, December 3 – Germany’s Social Democracy at Work
** 1908, December 4 – Goulds, Castellanes and Sagans Furnishing Testimony
** 1908, December 5 – Capitalist Theft and Murder
** 1908, December 6 – Where Mrs. Wells Erred
** 1908, December 8 – The Pickle of the CFU
** 1908, December 9 – Protection Carries Off the Palm
** 1908, December 10 – Dr. Sangrado Gilder
** 1908, December 10 – Documents for History
** 1908, December 11 – A Word for the Anarchist
** 1908, December 12 – Spain—America
** 1908, December 13 – Considerate of Each Other
** 1908, December 14 – A Sermon From the Operating Table
** 1908, December 15 – A „Reasonable Profit“
** 1908, December 18 – President Eliot Condemning Crime and Chucking Criminals Under the Chin
** 1908, December 19 – The Turkish Parliament
** 1908, December 20 – We Can’t All Have Automobiles
** 1908, December 22 – Veiled Peonage
** 1908, December 23 – To Get Rid of Tramps
** 1908, December 24 – He Who Takes the Sword Shall Perish With the Sword
** 1908, December 25 – Sociologic Fatalism
** 1908, December 26 – Judge Wright’s Revolutionary Act—Backward
** 1908, December 27 – „Unreasonably Low Profits“
** 1908, December 29 – Gompers at the Forking of the Road
** 1908, December 30 – Presbyterians in Full Retreat
** 1908, December 31 – Capitalism=Blackmail
** 1909, January 1 – Greeting the New Year
** 1909, January 2 – Mr. Averill Once More
** 1909, January 3 – The Mission of Judge Wright
** 1909, January 5 – St. John’s Chapel
** 1909, January 6 – The Suez Canal Junket
** 1909, January 7 – Manufacturing Prosperity in Kansas
** 1909, January 8 – The Gas Decision
** 1909, January 9 – Kicking Against Pricks
** 1909, January 10 – A Word for Roosevelt
** 1909, January 11 – Metz, The Glass-Holder
** 1909, January 12 – Columbia’s Canned Economics
** 1909, January 13 – Taft at Augusta
** 1909, January 14 – The Tillman Case
** 1909, January 15 – Reinstein’s Timely Warning
** 1909, January 16 – „American Conservatism“
** 1909, January 17 – The Hatters Strike
** 1909, January 18 – Setting Dr. Aked Right
** 1909, January 19 – Judge Wright’s Opportunity
** 1909, January 20 – Work—and Die!
** 1909, January 21 – Edgar Allan Poe
** 1909, January 22 – A Make-Shift Socialist Congressman
** 1909, January 24 – The Unrest in India
** 1909, January 26 – To the Workingmen of Pittsburg
** 1909, January 27 – „Direct Nominations“
** 1909, January 29 – Path-Finder Flagler
** 1909, January 30 – Russian Extradition
** 1909, January 31 – What Is Pure and Simpledom?
* Chris Harman: Merseyside – Testing ground (1978)
* Chris Harman: Swinging back to the left (1980)
* Chris Harman: When will the bubble burst? (1989)
* Chris Harman: That old racist game (1989)
* Chris Harman: History at an end? (1989)
* Chris Harman: Break up of a bloc? (1989)
* Chris Harman: Turning the tide (1989)
* Chris Harman: Valuable Volumes (1989)
* Chris Harman: The struggle goes on (1989)
* Chris Harman: The right medicine (1989)
* Paul Foot: For law, read class (1978)
* Paul Foot: Ross Pritchard – dedicated socialist (2001)
* Paul Foot: I urge you to join the socialists (2001)
* Paul Foot: TUC’s own official part of plots against left leaders (2002)
* Paul Foot: Shaking up New Labour (2002)
* Paul Foot: We owe him a huge debt (2002)
* Paul Foot: ‘Seeds of new society are sown in battle with the old’ (2002)
* Paul Foot: ‘We need to concentrate on the big deception’ (2003)
* Paul Foot: Libel Fund: ‘Please contribute to Bookmarks appeal’ (2003)
* Paul Foot: How capitalism corrupts Labour politicians (2004)
* Paul Foot: Toussaint L’Ouverture and the great Haitian slave revolt (2004)
* David Widgery: ‘Poetry is made by all … not by one’ (1966)
* Tony Cliff: Where do we go from here? (1978)
* Marcel Liebman: Het Volksfront: veertig jaar geleden (1961)
* Otto Bauer: Sociaaldemocratie, godsdienst en kerk (1927)
* Ingemar E Nilsson: Arbetarråden i Polen och Ungern (1976)
* Revolutionära Marxisters Förbund (RMF): Fjärde Internationalen nr 2-1971

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Hamburg-Hohenfelde. Die Hausbesetzung in der Ekhofstraße 39 im Jahr 1973
* Motorenwerke Mannheim (MWM)
* Schleswig-Holstein: Bauindustrie und Industriegewerkschaft Bau-Steine-Erden (BSE)
* Niedersachsen: Bauindustrie und Industriegewerkschaft Bau-Steine-Erden (BSE)
* Lohnsteuervorauszahlung
* 1. Mai in Köln
* Köln: Ford-Werke
* Würzburg: Aufmarsch der Aktion Widerstand am 30.10.1970
* Herten: Zeche Westerholt/Polsum

Collectif Smolny:

* Sommaires de la revue « Cahiers du Communisme de Conseils » 1968-1972
* BILAN: La situation en France (1934)

LibCom:

* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part I: Trotsky and State Capitalism (1997)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part II: Russia as a Non-mode of Production (1998)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part III: Left communism and the Russian revolution (1999)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part IV: Towards a Theory of the Deformation of Value (2000)
* “New Trends of Thought” in the Cultural Revolution (1999)
* A Shadow of Glorious (Though Strange) Good Things to Come: The Ranters and Libertarian Communism in the English Civil War

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Peter Hadden/Militant: Divide and Rule – Labour and the Partition of Ireland (1980)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Comunicado de la Representación Internacional Nº 4 (1998)
* Movimiento Jaimen Bateman Cayón (JBC): Carta de la Comandancia a ASOCAÑA (1995)
* Fuerzas Armadas de Resistencia Popular (FARP): Soldado, tu deber es con tu pueblo (1978)
* Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP): Comunicado sobre la muerte de Roque Dalton (1975)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Samir Amin: L’islam politique (2007)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Bobby Sands -”Anti H-Block / Armagh Political Prisoner” – 1981 Fermanagh South Tyrone by election
* Liam Burke -Sinn Fein -1992 Cork South-Central
* Bernard Connolly, Vincent McDowell, Joseph Maguire, Gerard O’Reilly- Labour Party- 1967 Local Elections Rathdown

Trend:

* Rainer Neef: Zum Begriff der Grundrente (1972)
* Alternative Liste Westberlin (AL): Leitlinien der AL-Wohnungspolitik (1985)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)
* James P. Cannon: World capitalism is ‘outlived
and doomed system’
(1948)

Archive.org:

* Revolutionary Age, 16. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 20. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 23. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 27. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 30. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 7. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 11. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 14. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 10. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 28. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 18. Januar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 8. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 15. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 22. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 1. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 8. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 22. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 29. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 5. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 12. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 19 April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 26. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 3. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 10. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 17. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 24. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 31. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 7. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 14. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 21. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 5. Juli 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 12. Juli 1919
* William Foster/William Weinstone: How the Auto Workers Won (1937)
* Victor Prosper Considerant: Destinée sociale (1) (1837)
* Victor Prosper Considerant: Destinée sociale (2) (1837)
* Socialist Labor Party: 1891 Report of the NEC of the SLP (December 18, 1891)
* Wilhelm Ludwig Rosenberg: Vor der Wahlschlacht: Lustspiel in 1 Akt (1887)

Rustbelt Radical:

* Reading The Grundrisse; Thinking About Athens’ Rage (1858, Auszüge aus den Grundrissen)

Kasama:

* Foucault and Deleuze on Intellectuals and Power (1972)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: V.I. Lenin: Seeking a Path Up the Unexplored Mountain (1922)

Dublin Opinion:

* The Ripening of Time: Forgotten faces of capitalism in Ireland, agriculture and fishing (1976)

League for the Revolutionary Party -Communist Organization for the Fourth International (LRP-COFI):

* Sy Landy: For a General Strike in Britain (1980)

YouTube-Kanal von pjotrpjotro:

* Faces – Gesichter

ASK/VAB Hamburg-Altona:

* Industrierundbrief: SFG wird sofort wieder verboten: „Auf den Bayonetten der Engländer …“ (1980)

radicalarchives:

* Libertarian League: What We Stand For (1963)
* Social Revolutionary Anarchist Federation: Declaration (1972)

Agis Stinas:

* Agis Stinas: Der Aufbruch der Massen – The Awakening of the Popular Masses V (1977)

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