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The Weekly Archive Worker: Le Bandit du Nord

Posted by entdinglichung - 20. September 2012

neu erschienen: Syfo – Forschung & Bewegung 2012, das Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts für Syndikalismusforschung und International Newsletter of Communist Studies, 2012 (pdf-Datei)

auf der Webseite der Universitätsbibliothek der Freien Universität Berlin:

* Die Kommunistin, 1919-1926

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* Artikel aus Le Bandit du Nord, 1890:
** The Honest Man
** What is the Difference Between Anarchists and Other Men?
* Labor Action, 1945
* Labor Action, 1947
* Artikel aus der Labor Action, 1940:
** C.L.R. James: Refugees – in Belgium and the Congo – in War, in Peace
** C.L.R. James: The Speech That Was Not Made at NAACP Meet
** C.L.R. James: Labor Will Take Care of Its Own Union Problems
** B.J. Widdick: East Indies – A Tender Morsel for the Imperialist Appetite
** B.J. Widdick: Pro-War Faction Carries CIO Council Meeting
** B.J. Widdick: These Sharecroppers Meet to Break the Bonds of Slavery
** B.J. Widdick: “Powder Keg” in Sharecropper Plight
** B.J. Widdick: Lewis Seeks Third Party Deal with Wheeler and Townsend
** Ernest Rice McKinney: John Brown – Revolutionist
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Lines 1
** Ernest Rice McKinney: What Are the Facts on the Food Stamp Plan?
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Lines 2
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Lines 3
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Lines 4
** Dwight MacDonald: The Librarian of Congress Speaks: Will the Book Burning Start?
** Dwight MacDonald: White Paper Reveals British role in Lifting Arms embargo
** Dwight MacDonald: Liberalism Marches – Where?
** Dwight MacDonald: Why is Hitler Winning?
** Dwight MacDonald: Tweedledum Mr. Willkie vs. Tweedledee Roosevelt
** Dwight MacDonald: Who is Mr. Torkild Rieber?
** Albert Glotzer: Labor Action May Day Issue Completely Sold
** Albert Glotzer: Roosevelt Actions Push Nation Further Along Path to War
** Albert Glotzer: New Taxes Add to War Burden on U.S. Masses
** Albert Glotzer: Hemisphere Control is U.S. Plan
** Joseph Carter: Russia’s Occupation of Rumania Extends Hitler-Stalin Balkan Hold (1940)
** Joseph Carter: The Tradition of Jacobin France Will Not Die
** Irwing Howe: Stalinists Continue to Run AYC
** George Padmore: Poverty, Disease is Native’s Lot in West Indies
** George Padmore: West Indies Need Independence – Not Big Reports
** Max Shachtman: May Day 1940 – Against Both War Camps – For the Camp of World Labor!
** James Burnham: Their Government
* August Thalheimer: Chronique internationale – Allemagne (1921)
* Umberto Terracini: Chronique internationale – Italie (1921)
* Amédée Dunois: Politique générale (1921)
* Cheng Teng: Lettre d’un camarade chinois (1921)
* Grigori Sinoview: Les origines du parti communiste russe (1918)
* Grigori Sinoview: L‘ « Otzovisme » (1921)
* Charles Sarkis: What Went wrong? Articles and letters on the U.S. communist Left in the 1970’s (1982)
* In Struggle!: Big upheavals in U.S. communist movement (1981)
* Charles Costigan: Summing Up the CPML’s Experiences in Trade Union Work (1980)
* Carl Davidson: Lessons from the Collapse of the Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) (1985)
* Max Elbaum: Maoism in the United States (1998)
* Dennis O’Neil: Some Lessons from the Family Tree of the New Communist Movement (2000)
* Khalil Hassan: Toward a Critical Reassessment of Maoism (2003)
* Two Veterans of the New Communist Movement Look Back (2003)
* Bill Gallegos: They Wanted to Serve the People: Chicanos and the Fight against National Oppression in the New Communist Movement (2003)
* The Proletarian Unity League: Where We Came From, What We Look Like, What We Do (1981)
* Introducing the O.R.U. The merger statement of the Committee for a Proletarian Party (CPP) and the Communist Organization, Bay Area (COBA), March 1983 (1983)
* Freedom Road Socialist Organization: Successful Left Unity (1986)
* Charles Gagnon: The work of communist fractions in unions (1979)
* Emile Vandervelde: De syndicale vrijheid en het staatspersoneel in België (1913)
* Duncan Hallas: Theory and Practice (1972)
* Chris Harman: Reply to D. Yaffe (1971)
* Jim Higgins: Setting the Record Straight (1972)
* Michael Kidron: Letter to the Socialist Review (1954)
* Michael Kidron: The Steel Scandal (1954)
* Michael Kidron: For Democracy Within the Labour Movement (1954)
* Peter Sedgwick: A Note on Ireland (1972)
* Geoff Carlsson: Y.C.L. (Young Conscription League) (1954)
* Geoff Carlsson: Guatemala (1954)
* Raymond Challinor: Workers Must Work Harder (1954)
* Raymond Challinor: Would Gaitskell Ban the Labour Party? (1954)
* Peter Glatter/Tony Tait: Circumstances Alter Cases (1971)

auf Association RaDAR:

* Clarté, 19. November 1921 (die erste Ausgabe der Zeitschrift)
* La Lutte de classes, September 1932
* Avant-garde jeunesse, 18. Juni 1968 (die erste Ausgabe nach dem Verbot, mit der Bekundung, weitermachen zu wollen)
* Revue communiste, August-September 1921

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* Frankreich: Plogoff. Eine Einführung in die Guerillataktik des bretonischen Dorfes Plogoff im Widerstand gegen den Atomwahn (1981)
* Bürgerinitiative Umweltschutz Unterelbe (BUU) Hamburg: Die Bürgerschaftswahlen und wir… (1977)
* Arbeitskreis Politische Ökologie: Das Bewachungslager am AKW-Bauplatz Brokdorf 5.8. – 9.8.77. Das Lager konnten sie zerstören, aber der Widerstand ist gewachsen!

auf LibCom:

* Spoofversion – incorporating Subversion #24, Herbst 1998
* Anarchism and AIDS activism (1987)

auf Anarkismo:

* Dielo Truda: Platformo de organizo de la Ĝenerala Unuiĝo de Anarkiisto (1926, die „Plattform“ auf Esperanato)

auf Workers Liberty:

* Georgi Plechanow: The Tasks of the Social-Democrats in the Famine (1891, Auszug)

auf Collectif Smolny:

* BILAN: À bas le carnage impérialiste en Chine (1937)
* Louis Janover: Le marxisme dans leurs têtes / Les maîtres lecteurs (1978)

auf Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Realignment in Irish Politics: The Socialist Challenge (Labour Left’s Submission to the Labour Party’s Commission on Electoral Strategy), Labour Left (Irish Labour Party) (1986)

auf Irish Election Literature:

* John Cunningham/Michael D Higgins: Mayday! Galway and the Origins of International Labour Day (1987)

auf CEDEMA:

* Liga Comunista 23 de Septiembre: Segundo Encuentro en la Sierra: Resoluciones (Torreón de Cañas, Dgo.) (1965)
* Partido Comunista do Brasil (PCdoB): Balanço dos 5 meses de luta armada na região do Araguaia (1972)

auf archive.org:

* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Collected Works, Vol. 1-2 (1960)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Collected Works, Vol. 3 (1960)

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The Weekly Archive Worker: Alternative

Posted by entdinglichung - 31. Mai 2012

die näxte Runde …, mehr bei Poumista auf Anarkismo.net eine Meldung, dass die sterblichen Überreste des anarchistischen Gewerkschafters Alberto „Pocho“ Mechoso aus Uruguay, welcher 1976 dem Versachwindenlassen zum Opfer fiel, in Argentinien gefunden wurden, auf ESSF ein Artikel von João Machado zur Geschichte von PT und DS und auf LibCom der Artikel Makhnovists „Beyond the Rapids“: The Zaporozhian Cossack Influence:

auf Association R.a.D.A.R.:

* Clarté, 4. Januar 1922
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur, Januar 1967
* Ligue communiste (LC): Proche-Orient : de la résistance palestinienne à la révolution socialiste (1970)

auf La Bataille Socialiste:

* Andreu Nin: Tombé à un carrefour: Salvador Ségui (1923)

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* ‚Alternative‘. Von Hamburger Drupa-Mitgliedern (1974, ein bemerkenswertes Projekt, in welchem Mitglieder von K-Gruppen, DKP und Gruppe Arbeiterpolitik mitarbeiteten)

* ‚Roter Pfeil‘ – Organ kommunistischer Studentengruppen Westdeutschlands (1971)

* Kommunistischer Bund / Gruppe Bremerhaven: ‚Unsere Stadt‘ (1975-1976)

* Kambodscha – Teil 2: Juli 1970 bis Ende Juni 1971
* Hamburg: ‚Kommunistische Arbeiterpresse – Betriebszeitung der Zelle Springer der KPD‘ (1972-1974)
* Kommunistische Gruppe Hamburg / KBW – Ortsgruppe Hamburg: (Tarifkampf-) Informationen für die Kollegen der Graphischen Industrie (1973-1977)
Kommunistische Gruppe Hamburg / KBW – Ortsgruppe Hamburg: Informationen für die Kollegen von Auerdruck (1973-1975)

auf LibCom:

* Marirosa Dalla Costa: Reproduction and immigration (1977)
* Adriano Sofri: Organizing for workers‘ power (1968)
* Italy: New Tactics and Organization (1971)
* Radical America 2/1973: Working Class Struggles in Italy
** Potere Operaio: Italy, 1973: workers‘ struggles in the capitalist crisis
** Interview with Guido Viale
** Jim Kaplan: Introduction to the revolutionary left in Italy
* Radical America, 4/1970 (Schwerpunktnummer zu CLR James)
* Stan Weir: Work in America: encounters on the job (1974)
* Stan Weir: American Labor on the Defensive: A 1940’s Odyssey (1975)
* The „Piquetes“: Argentina’s unemployed build direct democracy for basic needs (2002)
* ZeroWork: Introduction to ZeroWork II (1977)
* ZeroWork: „The Sons of Bitches Just Won’t Work,“ Postal Workers Against the State (1975)
* ZeroWork: Developing and Underdeveloping New York: The ‚Fiscal Crisis‘ and the Imposition of Austerity (1977)
* ZeroWork: National liberation, socialism, and the struggle against work: The case of Vietnam (1977)
* ZeroWork: Crisis in the Auto Sector (1977)
* “We Want Everything”: An Introduction to the Income Without Work Committee (1976)
* Larry Cox: If We’re So Powerful, Why Aren’t We Free? (1976)
* Harry Cleaver: Internationalisation of Capital and Mode of Production in Agriculture (1976)
* V. Poznjakov: Necessary rehabilitation (1925)
* Wu Ming: A class apart: A hundred years of Cary Grant (2004)
* Jasper Conner: Toward A Student Unionism (200?)
* Louis Lingg: Court Speech (1887)

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* The Militant, 1950
* Karl Marx/Friedrich Engels: Lettre circulaire à A. Bebel, W. Liebknecht, W. Bracke et autres (1879)
* Friedrich Engels: Lettre à F. Mehring (1893)
* Friedrich Engels: Lettre à Nikolaï Danielson à Petersbourg (1893)
* Erich Fromm: Пророци и свештеници (1967)
* Erich Fromm: Нека победи човекот (1960)
* Erich Fromm: Психолошки проблеми на стареењето (1966)
* Erich Fromm: Психолошките аспекти на загарантираниот приход (1960)
* The Group of English Speaking Communists in Russia: Will You be oppressors of workers liberty? (1919)
* “A Basis for Discussion: Letter to Editor of the New York Call, signed by David P. Berenberg et al., March 23, 1919.”
* “Minutes of the Central Committee of the Socialist Party of New York County, Meeting of March 25, 1919” (pdf-Datei)
* “Assembly Votes to Spend $50,000 on Bolshevism Hunt: Socialists Ridicule Bill—Probe Sleeping Sickness, and Start with Legislature Is Claessens’ Amendment — Save Money, We’ll Tell You, Says Solomon.” (1919, pdf-Datei)
* “Letter to the Editor of the New York Call by Evans Clark in New York City, March 27, 1919.” (pdf-Datei)
* John Reed: “Deportation — Where?” (1919, pdf-Datei)
* “Soviet Consul Again Greeted by Big Crowds: Martens Asserts that Soviet Russia is Now Supported by All Parties.” (1919, pdf-Datei)
* “Service Men in Second Raid on People’s House: People Disperse Mob—Lee Blames Hyland for Trouble—Scab Herders in Crowd.” (1919, pdf-Datei)
* “Consul of Russian Republic Here to Open Trade with US; Authorized to Spend $200,000,000: His Official Statement of Conditions Lays Ghost of Lies and Slanders of Violence About Soviet Rule and Its Aims…” (1919, pdf-Datei)
* Gérard Rosenthal: A Visit With Trotsky (1975)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a A. V. Lunacharski (1920)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a M. A. Bonch-Bruievich (1920)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a V. V, Adoratski (1920)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a K. A. Timiriazev (1920)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Al Comisario del Pueblo para los Correos y Telégrafos (1921)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Al presidium del Soviet de diputados de Petrogrado (1921)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Medidas para asegurar el trabajo científico del académico I. P. Pavlov y sus colaboradores (1921)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a J. Stalin sobre el desarrollo de la radiotecnia (1922)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a J. Stalin para los miembros del Buró Político del Comité Central del PCR(b) sobre el desarrollo de la radiotecnia (1922)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: A los obreros y empleados de la central eléctrica del Estado „Elektro-Pieredacha“ (1922)
* Amédée Dunois: Unité malfaisante et scission salutaire (1921)
* Georgi Wassiljewitsch Tschitscherin: La situation internationale de la Russie soviétiste (1921)
* Alexander Michailowitsch Orlow: La storia segreta dei crimini di Stalin (1953)
* Daniel De Leon: Texte, Juli 1911 (pdf-Datei)
** 1911, July 1 – The Friar Lands and the Sugar Trust
** 1911, July 2 – An Enemy of Society
** 1911, July 3 – Under the Auto’s Tail
** 1911, July 4 – Berger’s Miss No. 10
** 1911, July 5 – We Are Coming, Father Abraham!
** 1911, July 6 – Father Gassoniana (15)
** 1911, July 7 – A Colonel’s Half-Truths
** 1911, July 8 – Lo, a New Party
** 1911, July 9 – Did Marx Err?
** 1911, July 10 – Political Romanist Abrograting Civic Rights
** 1911, July 11 – Constitutional Amendments
** 1911, July 12 – Berger’s Miss No. 11
** 1911, July 13 – The Prospect of Mob-Rule
** 1911, July 14 – Father Gassoniana (16)
** 1911, July 15 – The Law! The Law!! The Law!!!
** 1911, July 16 – Berger’s Miss No. 12
** 1911, July 17 – The Cue to Take
** 1911, July 18 – Berger’s Miss No. 13
** 1911, July 19 – Death Benefits
** 1911, July 20 – Profits on Woollens, for Instance
** 1911, July 21 – Father Gassoniana (17)
** 1911, July 22 – Berger’s Miss No. 14
** 1911, July 23 – „The Consumers“
** 1911, July 24 – That Sixth Question
** 1911, July 25 – Berger’s Miss No. 15
** 1911, July 26 – Father Gassoniana (18)
** 1911, July 27 – Bryan’s Equestrianism
** 1911, July 28 – A Hold Up!
** 1911, July 29 – Berger’s Miss No. 16
** 1911, July 30 – No Doubt!
** 1911, July 31 – Method in Idiocy

auf CEDEMA:

* Trotskismo y lucha armada en Bolivia. Entrevista a Hugo González Moscoso (2009)
* Federico Duarte Bartz: Imágenes de esperanza: la apropiación del ejemplo de la Revolución Cubana por los grupos de la izquierda brasileña en los 60 (2009)
* Los indígenas y la estrategia de guerra popular en Guatemala: el caso del MRP-IXIM. Entrevista a Mario Roberto Morales (2010)
* Jorge Andrés Pomar Rodríguez: La Vanguardia Organizada del Pueblo (VOP): origen, subversión y aniquilamiento (2010)

auf Workers‘ Liberty:

* John O’Mahony: Jim Larkin: the Irish Apostle of Labour Solidarity (1963)
* Sue Hamilton: The left wing student movement in the 1980s (1997)
* Sue Hamilton: How the left established itself (1997)

auf archive.org:

* Feral Kat Collective: Kansas City Squatters‘ Handbook (2009)
* Maria Spiridonova: Leonid Shishko Bibliografiia (1918)

auf Projekt Gutenberg:

* Alfred Meißner: Ich traf auch Heine in Paris: Unter Künstlern und Revolutionären in den Metropolen Europas (1884)

auf Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Dublin H-Block Armagh Committee: The Spirit of Freedom, Vol I, No. I (1981)

auf Syndikalismus.tk:

* Theobald Tiger (Kurt Tucholsky): An einen Bonzen (1923)

auf Implikation Scanning & Translation Group:

* Friedrich Tomberg: Der Begriff der Entfremdung in den »Grundrissen« von Karl Marx (1969)

auf der Webseite der Inprekorr:

* Jakob Moneta: 1923 – das Jahr der Entscheidung (1921)

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Radical Women (RW) und Freedom Socialist Party (FSP) zur Ölkatastrophe im Golf von Mexiko

Posted by entdinglichung - 24. Juni 2010

Quelle: Webseite der FSP, als zum Ausdrucken und Verteilen als Flugblatt hier (pdf) … ansonsten noch der Hinweis auf einen Artikel von Simon Butler auf ESSF Nigeria: A gulf spill every year

The only solution is revolution

The Gulf crisis: beautiful planet versus deadly profit system

“It’s like a nightmare you can’t wake up from.” This is how Danielle Brutsche described the plight of Gulf of Mexico residents at a May 30 rally in New Orleans demanding that the government take control of managing BP’s disaster.

The horror grows day by day as the cover-up by BP and its government co-conspirators is peeled away. It started with the deaths of the 11 workers who were victims of the April 20 explosion and now threatens whole cultures, both ecological and human – the unique ways of life of fishers, shrimpers, and the Gulf’s other inhabitants.

There are actions that can and must be taken to help those cultures survive. But can the area and its people truly be “made whole”? And when and where will the next profit-driven catastrophe strike? And how could anyone reasonably expect that the government, whether run by Democrats or Republicans, will someday stop being at the beck and call of the corporations?

The crisis in the Gulf is an argument with terrible force for a fundamental change in how people produce and distribute what we need and how we interact with nature in the process. It is an urgent argument for socialist feminist revolution.

A corporate atmosphere of heedlessness and death

The march of oil and chemical companies into the Gulf has been wreaking havoc for decades.

In the infamous “cancer alley” near the mouth of the Mississippi, at least five towns founded by African Americans before or after the Civil War have been turned into ghost towns. Chemical facilities overran the areas, poisoned them, and then paid the suffering residents to relocate.

Meanwhile, oil companies were destroying the wetlands, creating about 10,000 miles of navigation canals that eradicated forests, marshes, and neighborhoods. Invading saltwater kills vegetation, displaces wildlife, and increases erosion. It is contributing heavily to the loss of one football field’s worth of land in Louisiana every 45 minutes.

Today, the angry spotlight is on BP. But BP’s abhorrent practices are just business as usual for the corporations that carelessly control the fate of everyone from Honda workers in China and miners in Virginia and Colombia to Vietnamese American fishers and French-speaking Native Americans on the Gulf Coast.

The cost to women and children is especially harsh. Around the world, women are extra-exploited as workers while also bearing the burdens of finding clean water for their families, caring for the injured and disabled, and holding things together in conditions of poverty and crisis. In the Gulf, the health risks of the oil and the chemicals BP is using to fight its spread are magnified for pregnant women and their fetuses and for babies and young children.

Commentators on the Gulf crisis have pointed out that male-dominated corporations today have reached a point of extreme aggression and risk-taking. At BP, after current CEO Tony Hayward took over, many of the company’s female executives took off, apparently repelled by a heightened emphasis on profit-making at any cost.

Especially in a time when the whole capitalist system is under extreme stress, like today, it breeds a corporate culture of smash, grab, take the money and run. The answer does not lie in shifting the gender and colors of the obscenely paid people in charge or letting huge corporations persuade us they are serious about “going green.” The answer is for working people to take charge, restore a balance with nature, and make sure that every last person is safe, secure, and happily productive.

Let’s start now to make the change the planet needs

To move toward this goal will take the building of a mass movement for socialism. In the meanwhile, the residents of the Gulf and the ecosystem there cannot be abandoned. Below are ideas of what we should be fighting for (find more at http://www.murderedgulf.wordpress.com):

  • Seize BP and its assets immediately! Nationalize the entire energy industry under the control of its workers.
  • Halt the use of dangerous chemical dispersants to fight the spread of oil. Use the highest safety standards and maximum protection for workers involved in the cleanup. Seek community input and call on scientists with no ties to the energy industry to advise on methods of cleanup and restoration. Ensure healthcare for all of the affected Gulf residents.
  • Hold the heads of BP criminally responsible for the deaths in the explosion and the damage to the Gulf and its people.
  • Stop all offshore drilling immediately, including current projects, and ban deepwater drilling permanently.
  • Take urgent measures to move to energy sources other than oil. Create jobs through ample funding for expanding and running mass transit systems nationwide.
  • Establish an agency in the Gulf that can launch a massive program of public jobs at union-scale wages, oversee the cleanup, rebuild the area’s ecology, and distribute financial relief to fishers and other workers and small businesses. Give authority over this agency to assemblies of affected workers and communities, including local tribes, that are independent of government and big business.
  • End war and its terrible consumption of oil in pursuit of oil. Redirect Pentagon funds to jobs and the environment.

Issued by:

Radical Women
New Valencia Hall,
625 Larkin St., Suite 202,
San Francisco, CA 94109
415-864-1278
radicalwomenus@gmail.com
www.RadicalWomen.org

Freedom Socialist Party
4710 University Way NE #100,
Seattle, WA 98105
206-985-4621
fspnatl@igc.org
www.socialism.com

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Eine Dokumentation zu C.L.R. James

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Januar 2010

C.L.R. James (1901-1989)

Posted in Afrika, Barbados, Britannien, Feminismus & Frauenbewegung, Gewerkschaft, Kapitalismus, Karibik, Klassenkampf, Kolonialismus, Kommunismus, Linke Geschichte, Marxismus, Patriarchat, Rassismus, Revolution, Sozialismus, Sozialistika - Linke Archivalien, Trinidad and Tobago, Trotzkismus | 1 Comment »