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The Weekly Archive Worker: La Follette’s Leaky Tub

Posted by entdinglichung - 22. November 2012

auf ESSF ein Artikel zur Geschichte der tunesischen Gewerkschaftsbewegung, auf Greek Left Review ein Artikel zum Aufstand im Polytechnikum 1973, die AWL stellt die kompletten Beiträge des neuen Buches zu Antonio Gramsci und einen biographischen Artikel zu Pietro Tresso (1893-1943) online, auf Anarkismo ein Artikel zum 90.Jahrestag der Ermordung von Ricardo Flores Magón und auf Syndikalismus ein Hinweis auf den neuen, sich der anarchosyndikalistischen Geschichte widmenden Verlag Barrikade:

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* La Révolution Surréaliste: Letter to the Rectors of European Universities (1925)
* Labor Action, 1941
* Benjamin Peret: Al fuoco! (1931)
* Benjamin Peret: Il disonore dei poeti (1945)
* Parti Communiste de France/Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands: Aux Travailleurs de France et d’Allemagne ! (1922)
* Amédée Dunois: Unité de classe et front unique (1922)
* Comité Exécutif de l’Internationale Communiste: Lettre au Parti Communiste Français (1921)
* Leo Trotzki: La responsabilidad del Partido Comunista Alemán (1924)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Decisão do Comitê Executivo do Soviete de Deputados Operários de Petersburgo Sobre a Luta Contra o Lockout (1905)
* Semaoen: Speech at 5th Congress of the Comintern (1924)
* Semaoen: International Imperialism and the Communist Party of Indonesia (1925)
* mehr vom Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center (OCIC):
** Theoretical Review: Draft OCIC Minority Platform (1980)
** Clay Newlin: Steering Committee Overview (1980)
** Resolution on an Ideological Campaign against White Chauvinism (1980)
** Summary of the March 1980 OCIC Steering Committee Meeting (1980)
** Bay Area Workers’ Organizing Committee “Minority”: Critique of Recent OCIC Practice (1980)
** National Steering Committee Response to Letters About Labor Day Conference (1980)
** Clay Newlin: Conciliationism in Command: An Analysis of Theoretical Review’s “Minority Platform” (1980)
** Bay Area Workers’ Organizing Committee “Minority”/Tucson Marxist-Leninist Collective: Draft Outline for Statement on Federationism and the OCIC (1980)
* Revolutionära Marxisters Förbund: Mullvaden, 11/73
* Ruy Mauro Marini: Duas Notas Sobre o Socialismo (19??)
* Alex Callinicos: Their Trotskyism and Ours (1984, SWP-GB vs. SWP-US)
* Daniel De Leon: Artikel. Dezember 1911 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1911, December 17 – Roosevelt and the Steel Trust Again
** 1911, December 18 – La Follette’s Leaky Tub
** 1911, December 19 – Sense in Nonsense; Nonsense in Sense
** 1911, December 20 – Second Series—Berger’s Flunk No. 1
** 1911, December 21 – The Russian Treaty
** 1911, December 22 – Wahnetas
** 1911, December 23 – The Same Old Single Tax
** 1911, December 24 – An Open Letter
** 1911, December 25 – The Ashtabula Fusion
** 1911, December 26 – That Haywood Speech
** 1911, December 27 – Two Flies With One Clap
** 1911, December 28 – Who Spoke Through This Association?
** 1911, December 29 – Misuse of Terms
** 1911, December 30 – Morgan’s Homunculus
** 1911, December 31 – An Open Letter
* Artikel aus The Militant and Labor Action:
** Hal Draper: We Say That This Country Belongs to the Workers (1940)
** Hal Draper: What’s This Noise About Providing Jobs for All of Us? (1940)
** Hal Draper: Fact Is That Classes Exist and the Boss Class Knows It (1940)
** Hugo Oehler: Social Reformism in the United States (1930)
** Kurt Landau: Where Is Thaelmann Leading the German Party? (1930)
** Arne Swabeck: The Railroad Brotherhoods Meet (1930)
** Leo Trotzki: Molotov’s Prosperity in Knowledge (1930)
** Leo Sedow: The Life of the Exiled and Imprisoned Russian Opposition (1930)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 18 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 19 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: First Days of CIO Meet Bring Heated Discussion (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: CIO Plans Organization Drive in War Industries (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 20 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: AFL Meet Acts on Unity, War and Racketeering (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 21 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 22 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 23 (1940)
** Ernest Rice McKinney: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line 24 (1940)
** Dwight Macdonald: The Willkevelt Campaign (1940)
** Dwight Macdonald: Campaign Notes (1940)
** Dwight Macdonald: England at War – 1. The Record of the British Labor Party (1940)
** Dwight Macdonald: England at War – 2. Bombs and Politics in Great Britain (1940)
** Max Shachtman: The A.F. of L. Convention and the November Election (1930)
** Max Shachtman: On the Proposal for a New Farmer-Labor Party Fraud (1930)
** Max Shachtman: The Plot Against the Soviets (1930)
** Max Shachtman: 13 Years of Russian Revolution! (1930)
** Max Shachtman: Stalin Grants Two Interviews (1930)
** Max Shachtman: Fascism and the World War – Article Two (1940)
** Max Shachtman: Fascism and the Imperialist War – Article Three (1940)
** Max Shachtman: Fascism and the World War – Article Four (1940)
** Max Shachtman: Is Russia a Workers’ State? (1940)
** Julian Gorkin: The Fall of Primo De Rivera and its Consequences (1930)
** Julian Gorkin: In Spain after the Fall of the Dictatorship (1930)
** T.N. Vance: Arming for Boss War (1940)
** Henry Judd: Saigon – Ripening the Fruit for Plucking (1940)
** Henry Judd: Ceylon – The Island of Paradise (1940)
** Henry Judd: British Empire Goes Into Hock – U.S. Is Pawnbroker (1940)
** Henry Judd: Picks a Bone with a Columnist (1940)
** Russell Blackwell (Rosalio Negrete): The Stalinization of the Mexican Party (1930)
** Russell Blackwell (Rosalio Negrete): The Breakdown of the Mexican League (1930)
** Russell Blackwell (Rosalio Negrete): The Civil War in Brazil (1930)
** Albert Glotzer: The U.S. Empire – Its History (1940)
** Albert Glotzer: The Acquisition of Samoa (1940)
** Albert Glotzer: Hawaii – Land of Sugar and Pineapples 1 (1940)
** Albert Glotzer:
Hawaii – Land of Sugar and Pineapples 2 (1940)
** Joseph Carter: The British I.L.P. Proves Itself a Very Confused Opposition (1940)
** Joseph Carter: From Zig the British CP Has Shifted to Zag (1940)
** Joseph Carter/Max Shachtman: Give a Gift for Christmas! … (1940)
** Joseph Carter: Lord Halifax – Christian Gentleman, Imperialist Spokesman (1940)

auf LibCom:

* David Graeber: Debt: the first 5000 years (2011)
* Joel Olson: Movement, Cadre, and Dual Power (20??)
* Once upon a time there was a place called Nothing Hill Gate… (2008)
* Socialisme ou Barbarie: The workers against bureaucracy (1956)
* Direct Action Movement: Anarcho-syndicalism: history and action (19??)

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* AStA Uni Heidelberg / SDS Heidelberg: Heidelberger Winter. Analysen und Dokumente zum Wintersemester 68/69 (1969)
* KBW-Bezirksverband Südniedersachsen: Der Schulversuch IGS Bodenfelde: Ein Experiment zur Verfeinerung von Unterdrückung und Spaltung der Schuljugend (1977)
* Kunst und Kultur in den Organen der KPD/ML. Teil 2: Musik, Radio, Schallplatten, Arbeiter-, Kampf- und Agitationslieder, Agitprop-Trupps (1968-1978)
* KBW-Bezirksverband Südniedersachsen: Der Widerstand gegen die Verschlechterung der Ausbildung und die Schulunterdrückung wächst. Einheitsschule und Kontrolle des Volkes! (1976)
* KBW-Ortsgruppe Göttingen: Kommentar zum Niedersächsischen Schulgesetz (NSG) (1973)
* Göttingen: Die Orientierung am Programm entscheiden! Austrittserklärung ehemaliger Mitglieder und Sympathisanten des IK/KHB, 22. Januar 1975
* Initiative zur Abschaffung des § 218 Göttingen: Weg mit § 218 (1974)

auf archive.org:

* Julian Borchardt: Vor und nach dem 4. August 1914. Hat die deutsche Sozialdemokratie abgedankt? (1919)
* Paul Blanshard: Technocracy and socialism (1933)
* John Humphrey Noyes: History of American socialisms (1870)
* Wilhelm Reich: Massenpsychologie des Faschismus. Zur Sexualökonomie der politischen Reaktion und zur proletarischen Sexualpolitik (1933)
* Mikhail Tomski: Abhandlungen über die Gewerkschaftsbewegung in Russland (1921)

auf Irish Election Literature:

* Alliance for Choice: Abortion Referendums leaflet (1992)
* Sinn Fein: Republican Education -What We Need To Know To Win! (1984)

auf Projekt Gutenberg:

* Ludwig Börne: Briefe aus Paris (1830-1833)

auf Kommunistische Literatur:

* Frances Fox Piven/Richard A. Cloward: Aufstand der Armen (1977/1986, pdf-Datei)

beim Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Voltairine De Cleyre: An Open Letter (to Maxim Gorki) (1906)

auf ESSF:

* Ammar Amroussia: Tunisie : le soulèvement des habitants du bassin minier, un premier bilan (2008)

auf CEDEMA:

* Movimiento Jaimen Bateman Cayón (JBC): Carta a la Nación con motivo de la liberación de Alfonso Lizarazo (1994)

auf Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* British & Irish Communist Organisation: Church and State – a journal of secular opinion, Nr. 10, ~ 1982

auf Association RaDAR:

* L’Humanité, 3. Dezember 1924
* IVe internationale, 24. Dezember 1972 (mit dem Schwerpunkt Japan)
* Bulletin communiste, 2. Dezember 1920
* Clarté, 1. September 1923
* IVe internationale, November/Dezember 1973 (Schwerpunktausgabe zum Verbot der Ligue Communiste 1973)

auf La Bataille Socialiste:

* Living Marxism: Salut à la crise (1938, vermutlich von Paul Mattick verfasst)

im Anti-Fascist Archive:

* The Leninist, 25. Januar 1992

auf Collectif Smolny:

* Lutte de Classe: Pirelli – Répression capitaliste et riposte ouvrière (1972)

auf ANNO:

* Arbeiterwille, 1890-1924 (sozialdemokratische Tageszeitung für Kärnten und die Steiermark und zeitweise auch für Krain)
* Österreichischer Straßenbahner, 1923-1934

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The Weekly Archive Worker – Outrage: An Anarchist Memoir of the Penal Colony

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. September 2012

eine Dissertation von Andrew Cornell: “For a World Without Oppressors:” U.S. Anarchism from the Palmer Raids to the Sixties, Nachrufe auf Santiago Carillo, Hector Abhayavardhana und Lou Kenton … und Düsseldorfer AnarchosyndikalistInnen planen eine Radtour zur Märzrevolution 1920

in der Zine Library:

* Clément Duval: Outrage: An Anarchist Memoir of the Penal Colony (1912)
* Aktion: Interview mit der Hafenstraße (1987)
* James Williams: Lyotard & the Political (2000)

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* Artikel aus The Militant, 1930:
** Kurt Landau: The Struggle Against Unemployment in Europe
** Kurt Landau: The Political Situation in Germany and the Crisis in the Communist Party
** Kurt Landau: The Elections to the Factory Councils in Germany
** Martin Abern: Relieve Unemployment – Demand Large-Scale Credits to Soviet Union
** Martin Abern: Five Communists Framed – Unite Working Class Forces for May Day Demonstrations
** Arne Swabeck: The A.F. of L. in the South
** Martin Abern: The Situation Among the Coal Miners
** Carl Curtiss: “Services No Longer Required”
** Leo Trotzki: The 5 Year Plan and World Unemployment
** Frank Glass: The Labor Movement in South Africa
** Frank Glass: The Durban “Raid” in South Africa
** Max Shachtman: Sellier is Right – Lovestone Wrong
** Max Shachtman: The Autobiography of Leon Trotsky
** Maurice Spector: A New Stage of the International Communist Opposition
** Albert Glotzer: The Events in India
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar, Madras (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar (1922)
* M.N. Roy: To the All India National Congress, Gaya, India (1922)
* M.N. Roy: A Programme for the Indian National Congress (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Manifesto to the Delegates of the XXXVI Indian National Congress (1923)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to the Hindustan Press, Bombay (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar (1923)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Ramsay Macdonald (1924)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Velayudham (1925)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu (1925)
* Boris Souvarine: Le Parti Communiste Français à la veille du Congrès de Marseille (1921)
* Amédée Dunois: Sur la centralisation (1921)
* Victor Serge: La Confession de Bakounine (1919)
* In Struggle!: Behind the “Islamic revolution” lies the counter revolution (1979)
* In Struggle!: To unite the international communist movement (1980)
* Max Elbaum: What Maoism Actually Stood For (2004)
* Guardian: RCP: Hit for antigay-rights line (1976)
* Ben P.: How To Think About The Soviet Union (1982)
* Nadine M. and Wilma C.: Sum-Up of a Strike in a Municipal Hospital: Getting Out From Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1982)
* Revolutionary Workers Headquarters: A Response [to the Sum-Up of a Strike in a Municipal Hospital] (1982)
* Revolutionary Workers Headquarters: Realignment, Reagan and Our Tasks (1981)
* Kommunistiska Arbetarförbundet: Fjärde Internationalen, 1/79
** Inge Hinnemo: Tekokrisen – vad den är och hur den kan bekämpas
** För Europas socialistiska förenta stater, FI:s plattform inför EG-valen
** Ernest Mandel: Fjärde Internationalen 40 år
** John Ross: Krisen för yttersta vänstern i Europa
** David Frankel: Kampen för en konstituerande församling i Iran
** Eurokommunismen – ett nytt stadium i stalinismens kris, resolution från FI:s sekretariat
** Göte Kildén/Gert-Inge Johnsson: Den europeiska revolutionen är nödvändig – och möjlig!
* Friedrich Engels: Lettre à Karl Kautsky (1881)
* Friedrich Engels: Principles of Communism (1847, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: The ABC of Materialist Dialectics (1939, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: Don’t spread yourself too thin (1923, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: Why Marxists Oppose Individual Terrorism (1909, in Sindhi, pdf-Datei)
* Bhagat Singh: To Young Political Workers (1931, in Sindhi, pdf-Datei)

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

* Internationale syndicale rouge, 10. September 1921
* La Lutte de classes, Januar/Februar 1933
* Clarté, 1. Februar 1922
* Revue communiste, März 1921

auf archive.org:

* Joseph Dietzgen: Some of the philosophical essays on socialism and science, religion, ethics, critique-of-reason, and the world-at-large (1906)
* Joseph Dietzgen: Some of the philosophical essays on socialism and science, religion, ethics, critique-of-reason, and the world-at-large (1917)
* Joseph Dietzgen: The positive outcome of philosophy (1906)

auf Collectif Smolny:

* Lutte de Classe: Italie – situation de classe et agitation politique (1972)

auf CEDEMA:

* Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores Centroamericanistas de Honduras – Fuerzas Armadas del Pueblo: ¡Viva el comandante Chema Reyes, la guerrilla patriótica vencerá! (1983)
* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Comunicado sobre la huelga de hambre de dirigentes del MRTA recluidos en la Base Naval de Callao (1999)

auf La Presse Anarchiste:

* La Voix du travail, November/Dezember 1925 (Artikel zu Sacco & Vanzetti und von Besnard, Schapiro, etc.)
* Révision, April 1938
* L’Unique, Dezember 1946
* L’en-dehors, November 1930

im Bastard Archive:

* Larry Gambone: Saint Che (1997)

auf Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Kieran Allen: Citizenship and Racism: The Case against McDowell’s Referendum (2004)

auf LibCom:

* United Workers Party of America: What Next For The American Workers? (1934)
* United Workers Party of America: World Wide Fascism or World Revolution? Manifesto and Program of the United Workers Party of America (1934)
* United Workers Party of America: Bolshevism or Communism: On The Question of a New Communist Party and the „Fourth“ International (1934)
* La gauche allemande: Textes du KAPD, de L’AAUD, de L’AAUE et de la KAI (1920-1922)
* Freedom: Mr. Benn’s wage slavery (1974)
* Kermit Johnson: We’ll let you know when to come back (?)
* Ronda Hauben: Lest we forget: in tribute to the pioneers of the great Flint sit down strike (1987)

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* Arbeiterbund für den Wiederaufbau der KPD: Programmentwurf und Statut
* Soldaten- und Reservistenkomitee (SRK) München / Oberbayern: Volksmiliz – Dienstausgleich für alle Zusatzdienste! Lohnfortzahlung in der Armee! Keine Entlassung der Stabsärzte Eberle und Jüde aus der Armee! Die Zustände in der Karfreit-Kaserne in Brannenburg sind untragbar
* Kommunistischer Bund Westdeutschland – Bezirksleitung München-Oberbayern: Die ‚Sendlinger Mordweihnacht‘ oder: Die Bauernaufstände in Bayern 1705/1706 – Der Untergang des Feudalismus kündigt sich an
* Kommunistische Hochschulgruppe (KHG) München: Die soziale Lage der Studenten erfordert Kampf!
* Rote Zellen (AK-Fraktion) München: Beiträge zur Kritik der bürgerlichen Wissenschaft
* Arbeiter-Basis-Gruppen für den Wiederaufbau der Kommunistischen Partei: 1. Mai. Internationaler Kampftag der Arbeiterklasse 1972
* Göttingen: Die ‚Rote Tribüne‘ der Zelle Sowi des (Initiativkomitee für den Aufbau des) Kommunistischen Hochschulbundes Göttingen (IK/KHB bzw. KHB)
* Göttingen: Die ‚Rote Tribüne‘ der Zellen Germanistik und Anglistik des Initiativkomitee für den Aufbau des Kommunistischen Hochschulbundes (IK/KHB) Göttingen
* AEG Schwedenstraße (Beitrag ergänzt)

im Anti-Fascist Archive:

* Spurs Against the Nazis (199?)

auf Workers‘ Liberty:

* Max Shachtman: Should Labor have supported Dean Alfange in the Elections? (1942, Auszug)

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The Weekly Archive Worker: La Révolution prolétarienne

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Juli 2012

the next archival update, Poumista has a look on the 16th July in radical history and on Woody Guthrie, Tendance Coatesy reviews David Porter’s Eyes to the South. French Anarchists and Algeria, Kritische Geschichte commemorates the 120th birthday of Walter Benjamin and Syndikalismus congratulates the Cafe Libertad Kollektiv to its 13th birthday:

on the Web Page of the French National Library (hat tip to La Bataille Socialiste)

* 23 issues of La Révolution prolétarienne (1925-1936)

on Bastard Archive:

* Peggy Kornegger: Anarchism: The Feminist Connection (1975)

on Soubscan:

* Socialisme ou Barbarie, No. 10, July/August 1952 (pdf-files)
** Information Éditoriale
** Pierre Chaulieu: Sur le programme socialiste
** Discussion sur le Problème du Parti Révolutionnaire:
*** Pierre Chaulieu: La direction prolétarienne
*** Claude Montal: Le prolétariat et le problème de la direction révolutionnaire
** Notes:
*** Claude Montal: La situation sociale en France
*** G. Pétro: Trotskisme et Stalinisme
*** André Garros: Les auberges de la jeunesse
*** Annonce: Réunion publique
*** Sommaire
*** À paraître aux prochains Numéros

on La Bataille Socialiste:

* Fédération socialiste de la Seine: Il faut en finir (1938)
* Masses: Spartacus (1934)
* Le groupe Solidarity en Grande-Bretagne (2009)

on Marxists Internet Archive:

* Père Duchêne: Burn Down the Tuileries (1871)
* The Militant, 1952
* The Militant, 1953
* The Militant, 1954
* The Militant, 1955
* V. Karalasingham: A Sad Day For Soviet Arts (1969)
* Michel Leiris: A Dream (1925)
* Raymond Queneau: Surrealist Text (1925)
* James P. Cannon: New Party Industrial Registration (1924, pdf-file)
* Daily WorkerWorkers Told to Rally for Foster-Gitlow: Ex-Socialist Secretary Repudiates LaFollette (1924, pdf-file)
* Daniel De Leon: Editorials, September 1911 (pdf-files)
** 1911, September 1 – An Int’l Trust That Insures Int’l War
** 1911, September 2 – Berger’s Miss No. 24
** 1911, September 3 – Revolutionists’ Allies
** 1911, September 4 – La Follette Is Moving
** 1911, September 5 – The Cure for Laziness
** 1911, September 6 – Wage and Price
** 1911, September 7 – Berger’s Miss No. 25
** 1911, September 8 – Yes, Vanderbillions!
** 1911, September 9 – Berger’s Miss No. 26
** 1911, September 10 – What of the “Daughters”?
** 1911, September 12 – “As Waste Paper”
** 1911, September 13 – “How to Break High Prices”
** 1911, September 14 – Berger’s Miss No. 27
** 1911, September 15 – The Chances of 60-Year-Old Workers
** 1911, September 16 – Unity of the Human Mind
** 1911, September 17 – The War Cloud in Europe
** 1911, September 18 – Parker’s Cloven Hoof
** 1911, September 20 – At the Bier of Stolypin and Bogroff
** 1911, September 21 – Berger’s Miss No. 28
** 1911, September 22 – Five Months Ago Today
** 1911, September 23 – Anent Morocco
** 1911, September 24 – The Churches and Slavery
** 1911, September 25 – Progressive Labor Legislation
** 1911, September 26 – Berger’s Miss No. 29
** 1911, September 27 – A Scientist Who Is Not a Bat
** 1911, September 28 – The World Do Move
** 1911, September 29 – Militarism
** 1911, September 30 – Congressman Cary’s Resolution
* Kommunistiska Arbetarförbunde: Fjärde Internationalen nr 1/1978
** Redaktionellt
** David Frankel: Palestina – vilken väg till seger
** Matilde Zimmerman: Kraftmätningen i de amerikanska kolfälten
** James P. Cannon: Avantgardepartiet och världsrevolutionen
** Andra Internationalen och den tidiga kvinnorörelsen
** Håkan Blomquist/Kjell Östberg: Den tidiga socialdemokratin – fackföreningsrörelsens uppkomst
* Dan Burstein: Political Report (Working Draft) (1980)
* In Struggle: What’s the path of revolution in our country (1976)
* In Struggle: The Revolutionary Line of the Canadian Proletariat Triumphed (1982)
* In Struggle: Communist Workers Party analyzes the history of socialism: Right questions, wrong answers (1982)

on LibCom:

* Nani Ballestrini: Two Short Stories: Let a thousand Hands reach out to pick up the Gun/FIAT (1976/1977)
* Rajni Bakshi: The Long Haul – The Bombay Textile Workers Strike of 1982-83 (1986)
* Philippe Bourrinet: An Ambigous Journet, Ante Ciliga (1898-1992) (1992)
* Isaak Dashkovskij: International exchange and the law of value (1927)
* Isaak Dashkovskij: International exchange and the law of value (conclusion) (1927)
* Fredy Perlman: Reprodukcija svakodnevnog života (1969)
* Anti-Fascist Action: Anti-Nazi League: Don’t believe the hype (1992)
* Ante Ciliga: Pobuna u Kronštatu (~ 1938)

on Projekt Gutenberg:

* Walter Benjamin: Baudelaire Übertragungen (19??)
* Walter Benjamin: Kurze Prosa (19??)
* Walter Benjamin: Berliner Kindheit um Neunzehnhundert (1932-38)
* Walter Benjamin: Selbstzeugnisse (19??)
* Robert Eduard Prutz: Die politische Wochenstube. Eine Komödie (1847)

on Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* Repression in Bochum: Rote Hilfe Bochum
* Repression in Bochum: Verschiedenes
* Repression in Bochum: Politischer Buchladen / Frauenbuchladen
* Repression in Bochum: Bochumer Initiative gegen Polizeiübergriffe
* Repression in Bochum: Hausbesetzungen und autonome Zentren in Bochum 1981-1991
* Repression in Bochum: Kampagne gegen das Modell Deutschland
* Repression in Bochum: Heusnerviertel
* Repression in Bochum: Rote Hilfe Bochum zu Lothar Gend
* Repression in Bochum: „Guckloch, Extrablatt“ (1981)
* Repression in Bochum: Gefangenen- und Knastinitiativen, verschiedene Solidaritätskomitees
* Repression in Bochum: Fotodokumentation über ein Jahr Kampf für ein autonomes Kulturzentrum
* Guinea-Bissau (Beitrag ergänzt)
* ‚Rote Hilfe‘ (Beitrag ergänzt)
* Der „Verlag Theoretischer Kampf“ (VTK) und die „Aufsätze zur Diskussion“ (AzD) (Beitrag ergänzt)
* Repression in Bochum: „Dokumentation zur Knast-Demo zum 7. Juni 1991 in Bochum“
* Repression in Bochum: „Brückstraße 33 besetzt. Dokumentation“
* Repression in Bochum: Bochumer Frauen gegen Gen- und Fortpflanzungstechnologien
* Repression in Bochum: Autonomes Kulturzentrum
* Repression in Bochum 1965/66-1991
* Der Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie (BDI)
* ‚Roter Pfeil‘ – Zentralorgan der Kommunistischen Studentengruppen (Beitrag erheblich erweitert)

on NAO-Prozess:

* Broschürengruppe: Staat, Gesellschaft, Totalität (1994)

on Anti-Fascist Archive:

* Anti-Fascist Action: C-18: Back to Basics (1994, pdf-file)
* Celtic Anti-Fascists: Celtic Anti-Fascists (1995, pdf-file)
* Anti-Fascist Action: Time for Change? What Supporting the BNP Means for You (~ 1992-1994, pdf-file)
* Anti-Fascist Action: Nothing to Lose but your Lollipops (1994, pdf-file)
* Pat Crerend He’s Yer Man! (Red Attitude suppliment) (199?, pdf-file)
* Red Action: Red Action Manchester Bulletin #9, 1994 (pdf-file)
* Independent Working Class Association: The Independent Working Class Association (1995?, pdf-file)
* Anti-Fascist Action: Tories in Flight Jackets (1995-1997?, pdf-file)
* Red Action: Whats the Best Way to beat the Fascists? The Working Class, Anti-Fascism and the SWP (1991-1992?, pdf-file)

on archive.org:

* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, November 1983
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, September 1983
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, August 1981
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, September 1980
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, May 1981
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, May 1982
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, June 1982
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, November 1980
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Socialist Standard, May 1980

on CEDEMA:

* Ejército de Liberación Nacional, Bolivia (ELN): Volveremos a las montañas (1968)
* Ricardo Robledo Limón: El Partido Comunista de Venezuela: Sus tácticas políticas de 1964 a 1969 (1971)

on Association R.a.D.A.R.:

* Revue communiste, June 1920
* Clarté, 1st July 1924

on Irish Election Literature:

* Leaflet from Dan Foley -Labour – 1937 General Election Waterford
* Leaflet from Rod Eley -Communist Party of Ireland (Marxist Leninist) -Feb 1982 General Election Dublin West (1982)

on Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Socialist Republic (incorporating The Plough), Paper of the Revolutionary Marxist Group No. 1 c.1975

on ESSF:

* Celeste Fortuin: Women Farm Workers Growing and Reaping Hope In South Africa (2009)
* Lauretta G. Ngcobo: Women’s struggle in South Africa – Still a Long Way to Go (2009)
* Mazibuko K. Jara: South Africa – Polygamy: A Freezing of Culture (2010)
* unknown author: South Africa: On Queens Who Would be Kings (2009)
* Carrie Shelver: South Africa – Justice Raped… Again! (2009)
* Gqola Pumia: South Africa – Zuma Polygamy Drama: Anti-feminist Myths Addressed (2010)
* Jacklyn Cock: Is the Family the Appropriate Site for Social Reproduction in South Africa? (2010)
* Nancy Fraser: Feminism, Capitalism and the cunning of history (2009)
* François Sabado: Brésil : crise et renaissance de la gauche (2005)
* José Correa Leite: Brésil : La plus grave crise de l’histoire du Parti des travailleurs (2005)
* Quatrième Internationale: Résolution sur la situation brésilienne (2005)

on Espace contre Ciment:

* Élisée Reclus: Comment s’arrêtera le fonctionnement de cette formidable mâchoire de l’ogre, broyant sans cesse les générations humaines ? (1898, extract from L’Évolution, la révolution et l’idéal anarchique)
* Manes Sperber: Der andere Sozialismus. Gustav Landauer oder: Die herrschaftslose Gemeinschaft (1983)

in the zinelibrary:

* Sadie Plant: The Most Radical Gesture: The Situationist International in a Postmodern Age (1992)

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Jährliche Übersicht über die Verletzungen von Gewerkschaftsrechten 2012

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Juni 2012

Der jährliche Report des Internationalen Gewerkschaftsbundes (IGB) zur Verletzung von Gewerkschaftsrechten weltweit, ein auszug aus dem Vorwort:

„Bei der Verteidigung der Gewerkschaftsrechte setzen die Arbeitnehmer/innen zum Teil ihr Leben aufs Spiel. Während des Jahres 2011 kamen mindestens 76 Beschäftigte als direkte Folge ihrer Gewerkschaftsaktivitäten ums Leben, zusätzlich zu denen, die bei der Unterdrückung der Proteste im Zusammenhang mit dem Arabischen Frühling getötet wurden. Allein in Lateinamerika gab es 56 Tote, 29 davon in Kolumbien und weitere zehn in Guatemala – Verbrechen, die zumeist völlig ungestraft bleiben. Mindestens acht Gewerkschafter/innen kamen in Asien ums Leben. Auf den Philippinen wurden bei separaten Anschlägen vier Menschen erschossen, die alle eine führende Rolle bei der Verteidigung der Arbeitnehmerrechte gespielt hatten. In Bangladesch wurde der Vorsitzende einer Bekleidungsarbeitergewerkschaft zwei Jahre, nachdem die Regierung ihn wegen seiner Gewerkschaftsarbeit verprügelt hatte, brutal ermordet, und in Simbabwe starb ein einjähriges Kind, nachdem es die Nacht im Regen am Straßenrand verbracht hatte, weil seine Familie zu den Landarbeitern gehörte, die fristlos entlassen und vertrieben worden waren, weil sie es gewagt hatten, sich gewerkschaftlich zu organisieren.

Einige der Todesfälle gingen auf übermäßige Polizeigewalt zurück. In Südafrika starb ein Kommunalbeschäftigter bei Zusammenstößen mit der Polizei, in Indonesien wurden zwei Beschäftigte getötet, als die Polizei das Feuer auf Streikende eröffnete, und in Bangladesch kam ein Beschäftigter ums Leben, als die Polizei protestierende Chemiearbeiter angriff. Über weitere Fälle, bei denen Polizeigewalt zu Verletzungen und zum Tod führte, wurde in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indien, Ägypten und Nepal berichtet.

Es wurde vielfach über die Unterbindung von Streiks durch Massenentlassungen, Festnahmen und Inhaftierungen berichtet, u.a. in Georgien, Kenia, Südafrika und Botsuana, wo 2.800 Beschäftigte nach einem Streik im öffentlichen Dienst entlassen wurden. In Indien wurde streikenden Beschäftigten einer Ziegelbrennerei damit gedroht, dass die Eigner sie „töten und ihre Frauen vergewaltigen“ würden, wenn sie nicht an ihren Arbeitsplatz zurückkehrten. In Georgien beendeten ein Gouverneur und Dutzende Polizisten einen legalen Stahlarbeiterstreik, nahmen führende Gewerkschaftsvertreter fest und zwangen die Beschäftigten zur Rückkehr an ihren Arbeitsplatz. Auf Streiks wurde aber noch mit anderen Mitteln reagiert: In Südkorea wurden die Gewerkschaften wiederholt auf riesige Summen Schadenersatz verklagt, während in Australien von Arbeitgeber- und Regierungsseite aus mit Erfolg Gesetze geltend gemacht wurden, um Streikende zur Rückkehr an ihren Arbeitsplatz zu zwingen.“

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Solidarität mit Baba Jan, Iftikhar Hussain, Amir Ali, Ameer Khan und Rashid Minhas!

Posted by entdinglichung - 7. Mai 2012

Die Human Rights Commission of Pakistan ruft dazu auf, die pakistanischen Autoritäten mittels Eingaben unter Druck zu setzen, um die Freiheit von fünf inhaftierten und gefolterten Mitgliedern der Labour Party Pakistan (LPP) und der Progressive Youth Front (PYF) in Gilgit im von Pakistan besetzten Teil von Kaschmir zu erreichen:

„Five political activists are being tortured in Gilgit jail, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. These political activists who were in jail for the last many months are facing very harsh treatment for protesting against the poor quality of food and delay in hearing of cases of prisoners at the jail. They have been incarcerated for protesting on behalf of the victims of forced displacement on account of the Attaabad landslide in January 2010.

On April 28, 2012 five political activists were visited by police and security agencies in jail and they were tortured on dubious charges of leading the protest in prison. One of the activists’ Baba Jan suffered two broken fingers and injuries to his head and other parts of his body. Despite the orders of the court Baba Jan and other victims have not been examined by doctor and not been hospitalized in violation of court orders.“

mehr zum Fall der fünf Genossen hier, eine Solidaritätsadresse von Wickramabahu Karunarathne von der NSSP gibt es hier.

Posted in Kaschmir, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Pakistan, Sozialismus, Sri Lanka, Trotzkismus | Verschlagwortet mit: , | 2 Comments »

„Buddhistischer Faschismus“ in Sri Lanka

Posted by entdinglichung - 4. Mai 2012

nachfolgend dokumentiert ein Auszug aus dem Artikel Buddhist fascism in Sri Lanka?, gefunden auf World War 4 Report, offenbar versuchen, inspiriert durch die Zerstörung der Babri-Moschee in Ayodhya/Indien durch hindunationalistische RSS/BJP-Milizen buddhistisch-nationalistische Gruppen eine Moschee in der Nähe des Goldenen Tempels in Dambulla zu zerstören:

„A mosque in the central town of Dambulla was attacked with petrol bombs and vandalized around 10 days ago by a mob led by radical Buddhist monks. To add insult to injury, the government has bowed to the mob’s demand and ordered the mosque’s demolition and relocation.

Muslims say the mosque is about 60 years old. The monks insist it was built after 1982 when the government declared the area to be a „Buddhist sacred area“. They allege that the mosque is an „illegal structure“.

Located about 150 kilometers northeast of the capital Colombo, Dambulla is a Buddhist pilgrim town. Trouble erupted when a mob of around 2,000 Sinhalese, including monks led by the mahanayaka (chief priest) of the Rangiri Dambula chapter, Inamaluwe Sumangala Thero, stormed the mosque and damaged it, disrupting ongoing Friday prayers. Television footage has captured the mob chanting derogatory and racist slogans. Monks can be seen going on a rampage, with one monk even disrobing and exposing himself.“

offenbar spielen auch europäische Vorbilder eine Rolle:

„Although Buddhism advocates peace and tolerance, the way it is practiced by a fringe—albeit one that is growing and extremely powerful—is rather violent, fanatical and far from accommodative.

The Sinhala-Buddhists‘ self-perception has three components. The first is that they belong to the „Aryan Sinhala race“ (as distinct from the Tamil Dravidians) and that Sri Lanka is their homeland; the second is that they are defenders of the Buddhist faith, the mission of protecting Buddhism having been entrusted to them by Buddha himself; and the third is that Sri Lanka is the home for the Sinhala language. This self-perception has created a virulent form of Sinhala-Buddhist supremacism.“

und

„So while India’s Hindu fascists look to the Ramayana to justify their supremacy, Sri Lanka’s Sinhalese chauvinists look to the Mahavamsa. To make some historical sense of this—It seems that while the people of Lanka had adopted the Aryan cosmology (proto-Hinduism) back in the myth-shrouded era of Rama, they continued to speak their Dravidian language, and to „be“ Tamils. As can be gleaned from the Mahavamsa and Lakdiva websites, an actual Aryan dynasty was only imposed when the Indian emperor Asoka dispatched his son Mahinda (also rendered Mahendra, and by some accounts Asoka’s brother) to rule the island, circa 268 BCE. While Tamil is a Dravidian tongue, the Ethnologue website informs us that the Sinhalese language Pali is an Indo-Aryan one, related to Hindi and Sanskrit. It is also the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism, much as Sanskrit is the liturgical language of Hinduism. Asoka famously established a Buddhist dynasty in India, although Hindu hegemony was re-established after his death, and Buddhist rule survived only in peripheral areas—Sri Lanka in the south; the Gandharan and Kushan states in the north (contemporary Afghanistan—the Bamiyan Buddhas destroyed by the Taliban in 2001 were also a legacy of Asoka’s influence). So while glorification of an Aryan identity (with its obvious parallels to European fascism) is the domain of Hindu extremism in India, it is linked to Buddhist chauvinism in Sri Lanka. This becomes especially clear in the portrayal of Muslims in explicitly anti-Semitic terms…

Over the past 125 years or so, violence has been directed against the asinhala (un-Sinhala) and the abaudha (un-Buddhist). During colonial rule, Buddhist revivalists like Anagarika Dharmapala mobilized the masses not so much against the colonial regime but the Christian minority, their privileged position in society and political life, and their alleged misdeeds. In the early 20th century, it was the Muslims, who dominated business and trade, who came under fire from the Sinhalese-Buddhists.

In 1915, Dharmapala wrote: „The Muhammedans, an alien people… by Shylockian methods became prosperous like the Jews. The Sinhalese sons of the soil, whose ancestors for 2,358 years had shed rivers of blood to keep the country free from alien invaders are in the eyes of the British only vagabonds.“

Get it? The Sinhalese are „sons of the soil,“ while the Muslims are „alien“ and even „Shylockian.“ Does this sound familiar?“

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Vickramabahu „Bahu“ Karunaratne in Gefahr

Posted by entdinglichung - 12. Dezember 2010

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Textes: ESSF, weiteres zu dem Angriff gegen Bahu hier

“My life is in danger”

“My life is in danger” says Dr.Bahu

Leader of the New Left Front Dr. Wickremabahu Karunaratne said that the government is trying to silence him in order to stop criticism against the government.

Dr. Karunaratne told The Sunday Leader online that President Mahinda Rajapaksa is trying to take revenge from him for an alleged involvement in a protest campaign in UK and added that it was the President that has allowed goons to protest against him at the Bandaranayake International Airport (BIA) upon his arrival to the country yesterday afternoon.

“Two goons shouted at me for having hand with the LTTE to obstruct the President’s planned address at the Oxford Union. I do not have any hand into it. Why do they blame me? I asked them to go and ask the President as to what went wrong with his UK tour without pointing fingers towards anyone else,” he said.

According to Dr. Karunaratne, it appears to him that President Rajapaksa is not governing the country within the legal frame but out side the law through thuggery and added that his life is in danger.

“My life is now in danger. This is not the time for them to attack me but certainly they will try to silence me very soon,” he said.

Posted in Britannien, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Repression, Sozialismus, Sri Lanka, Tamil Eelam, Trotzkismus | Leave a Comment »

Tätlicher Angriff auf Vickramabahu (Bahu) Karunaratne

Posted by entdinglichung - 8. Dezember 2010

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Artikels: Europe solidaire sans frontières (ESSF)

Bahu and journalists attacked in Colombo by pro government officials

The General Secretary of the Nava Sama Samaja Party has been attacked at the airport by Aviation authority officials while the police were looking on.

MTV Katunayaka correspondant Prema Lal and Lanka enews journalist Shantha Wijesuriya who went to cover Dr. Vickramabahu Karunaratna’s arrival have also been assaulted.

A group of officials who were in uniform and on duty mobbed Dr. Vickramabahu Karunaratne when he stepped out of the airport to be welcomed by NSSP officials, party members, trade union leaders, lawyers and human rights activists.Dozens of aviation officials who surrounded him called him a ’traitor who wants to divide the country united by Mr. Mahinda,’ and attacked. several well wishers including females who came to his rescue were injured.

The port and aviation authority comes under President Rajapaksa. Before that the president’s Brother Chamal Rajapaksa was the minister in charge. It is a well known that government ministers employ their political supporters for positions in their ministry.

Dr. Vickramabahu Karunaratna was returning to Sri Lanka after a visit to the UK on a personal invitation. He was in the UK to attend the 88th birthday celebrations of his dean at Cambridge Professor Reg Goodwin. He was invited and his passage was paid for by the son of Prof. Goodwin, Mark.

While in London Bahu was invited to address several public meetings the Tamil remembrence day 2010 held at the Excel auditorium attended by tens of thousands in addition to a meeting at the house of commons. The following week President Rajapaksa who arrived in the UK had to abandon a scheduled talk at the Oxford Union due to protests by Tamils who accused him of war crimes.

The government of Sri Lanka has accused Dr. Karunaratne and opposition parliamentarian Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena of organising the protests in London in collusion with Tamil Tiger supporters.

NSSP

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Nachrichtensammlung zu den Kämpfen in Südasien

Posted by entdinglichung - 17. August 2010

Repression und Widerstand auf dem indischen Subkontinent werden von grossen Teilen der Linken in Europa wenig beachtet … daher hier ein kleiner Versuch Abhilfe zu schaffen

Indien:

– Jairus Banaji: The Maoist insurgency in India: End of the road for Indian Stalinism? (Radical Socialist)
– Arindam Sen: ‘Maoism’, State and the Communist Movement in India (ESSF)
– Gladson Dungdung: The cold-blooded murder in Jharkhand (Sanhati)
– Trupti Shah: Religious Fundamentalisms and Communalism: The Case of Sahiyar (AWID)
Response of various left formations to the Lalgarh rally by Mamata Banerjee and CPI(M) mini congress in Vijaywada (Sanhati)
GurgaonWorkersNews no.29 – August 2010
Commonwealth Games: Corrupt, Wasteful and Exploitative Continuation of a Colonial Legacy (CPI/ML-Liberation)
* Fian International: Government of Kerala (India) forms tribunal to claim US $ 46 million compensation from Coca-Cola (ESSF)
* Neuer Regierungsbericht verurteilt kontroverse Bauxitmine (Survival International)
* Tamil Nadu: Domestic workers plan to conduct State-wide stir (The Hindu)

Pakistan:

Appeal issued on August 12, 2010: It is over 20 million people affected by the flood now (LPP)
– Shafiq Ahmed: Jihadis as philanthropists (Viewpoint Online)
* Another new union organized in Coca-Cola Pakistan, this time in Faisalabad (IUF)

Bangladesh:

Wut auf faulen Mindestlohn-Kompromiss in Bangladesh (FAU-IAA)
Bangladeshi Women Garment Workers Strike for $72 per month (Labor Notes)
Bangladesh Arrests 21 After Rallies (NY Times)
PBCP leader killed (Daily Star)
* Bangladesh labour leaders fearing for physical safety (Clean Clothes Campaign)

Sri Lanka:

– Vikramabahu „Bahu“ Karunaratne: Lankan workers have begun their struggle! (ESSF)
– Vikramabahu „Bahu“ Karunaratne: Sri Lanka: Worms in UNP want internal election (ESSF)
* Sri Lanka wildlife vets go on strike (BBC)

Nepal:

Women Rebel (Louis Project)

Posted in Bangladesh, BäuerInnenbewegung, Gewerkschaft, Indien, Indigena-Bewegung, Indischer Subkontinent, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Maoismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Nepal, Pakistan, Religion, Repression, Sozialismus, Sport, Sri Lanka, Stalinismus, Streik, Trotzkismus, Umwelt | 1 Comment »

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 8. Februar 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv … ansonsten hier der Hinweis auf eine Materialsammlung zum Thema „10 Jahre Bewegung gegen Schwarz-Blau“ der RSO mit Texten ihrer Vorgängerinnen AL und AGM:

Révolution en Iran:

* Contre l’Islam politique : La libération des femmes n’est pas un luxe réservé aux pays riches (2005)

Archive.org:

* Leo: German fascism and the workers (1933, Bericht eines KPO-Mitgliedes, März 1933)
* Workers Party of America (WPA): Program and constitution, Workers Party of America, adopted at national convention, New York City, December 24, 25, 26, 1921 (1922)
* Communist Party of America (CPA): Stenographic report of the „trial“ of Louis C. Fraina (1920)
* World Socialist Review Issues 1-5 (1986-1988)

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

* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 1. Mai 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 28. juni 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Juni 1955
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, August 1934
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur „La Vérité“, November 1949
* Ligue Communiste (LC): La justice, quelle justice (1973)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Raya Dunayevskaya: The Beria Purge (1953)
* Russia in Revolutionary Throes – Scenes and Pictures (1902)
* Paul Lafargue: Porque Crê em Deus a Burguesia (1906)
* Leo Trotzki: Monatte korsar Rubicon (1930)
* André Gorz: Kritik av det ekonomiska förnuftet (bilaga) (1988)
* Ted Grant: Fight Tories’s scandalous cost of living, unemployment, anti-labour laws (1971)
* Ted Grant: The truth behind inflation (1971)
* Ted Grant: Crisis of power (1972)
* Ted Grant: TUC—call one day general strike (1972)
* Georgij Plechanow: La letteratura drammatica francese e la pittura del XVIII secolo dal punto di vista della sociologia (1905)
* Pietro Secchia: The Salerno Turning Point (1975)
* Edgar Hardcastle: Austrian Workers‘ Tragic Heroism (1934)
* Edgar Hardcastle: Some Observations on Production and Productivity (1934)
* Edgar Hardcastle: Debate with the British Union of Fascists (1935, dass mensch mit Faschos nicht diskutiert hat die aufklärerisch-selbstverliebte SPGB nie begriffen)
* Daniel de Leon: Artikel vom Juni 1908 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1908, June 1 – A Life-Lie That Kills
** 1908, June 2 – Neutral Between Pro-Capitalist and Anti-Capitalist Policies
** 1908, June 3 – The Voting Machine as a Crematory
** 1908, June 4 – Pot-and-Kettle Clatter
** 1908, June 5 – The Secret Is Out
** 1908, June 6 – A Victorious Defeat
** 1908, June 7 – A Book to Be Read
** 1908, June 8 – Is It Jealousy?
** 1908, June 9 – Applause and Groans
** 1908, June 10 – Owen-Hayes
** 1908, June 11 – Inciting Rioters to Riot
** 1908, June 12 – The Christian Fellowship
** 1908, June 13 – A Hoax; or, Idiocy
** 1908, June 14 – A Word of Comfort
** 1908, June 15 – Flickering the Medicine-Rags
** 1908, June 16 – Dupers Duping Dupers
** 1908, June 17 – Tipped by Malthus
** 1908, June 18 – Measure for Measure
** 1908, June 19 – Across Lots to Mexico
** 1908, June 20 – What’s the Outlook?
** 1908, June 21 – Drowning Rats
** 1908, June 22 – „United We Fall; Divided We Stand“
** 1908, June 23 – Lo, a Sommersault!
** 1908, June 24 – Ingratitude
** 1908, June 25 – A Postscript
** 1908, June 26 – Injunctions
** 1908, June 27 – ‚Tis No Wonder
** 1908, June 28 – Welcome, Persia!
** 1908, June 29 – Foolish Tortoises!
** 1908, June 30 – Dog-in-the-Mangerism
* Artikel aus dem Labour Monthly:
** Jawaharlal Nehru: Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress at Faizpur (1937)
** T.C.: Mutiny in History (1937)
** For Socialism in Ceylon (1937)
** Immigrant Plantation Labour in Ceylon (1937)
** Christopher Hill: Cromwell and the English Middle Class Revolution (1937)

Collectif Smolny:

* Louis Janover: Ombres marxistes – II. D’une idéologie à l’autre (1976)
* Frédéric Cotton/Thierry Discepolo: Avant-propos des éditions Agone à l’autobiographie de Howard Zinn (2005)

LibCom:

* „Anarchists had more of a stomach for the fight“: interview with Juan Carlos Mechoso (2001)
* Monument or movement? (1972)
* Subversion – the party’s over! (1998)
* Artikel aus der Zeitschrift Subversion Nr. 20 – Nr. 22 (1996-1997)
** Texas state death factory
** Do Kurdish people lack a state?
** Reclaiming the future
** Dockers lockout
** The JSA and the dole workers strike
** 3 strikes and a funeral: comments on the anti-JSA struggle
** Posties, tippex and ballots
** Invasion of the Australian parliament
** Democracy and ballots
** For those of you thinking about getting a job…part two
** There’s no justice, just us!
** Dole Bondage? Up Yours!
** Job Seekers Allowance – only doing your job?
** Northern Ireland, the IRA and Class War
** Green communism: responses and our reply
* Processed World #9 (1983)
* Processed World #10 (1984)
* Processed World #11 (1984)
* Direct Action Movement (DAM): Winning the class war – An anarcho-syndicalist strategy (1991)
* Wildcat UK: Capitalism and its revolutionary destruction (~ 1985)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Official Sinn Féin: Teoiric, Theoretical Journal of the Republican Movement (1975)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Brigadas de Propaganda Miliciana Salvador Allende: Entrevista a las Brigadas de Propaganda Miliciana Salvador Allende (1983)
* Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN): Una propuesta urgente para Colombia (1996)
* Movimiento Revolucionario 17 de Octubre (MR-17): Discurso de Juan Martín Jáuregui. Clausura del Congreso del MR-17 „Mártires de la lucha popular“ (1975)
* Movimiento Revolucionario 26 de Julio (M-26-7): „Tenemos que luchar todos“. Discurso de Ernesto Guevara en El Pedrero (1959)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Tomás MacGiolla -’Dublin People’ -Workers Party Paper- 1994 European Elections
* Brid Smith -Socialist Workers Party -2002 GE Dublin South-Central
* Tom Crilly, Angie Murphy -Workers Party -1991 Local Elections Pembroke

The Anarchist Library:

* Francisco Ferrer: The Origin and Ideals of the Modern School (1913)
* Anarchism a History of Anti-Racism (?)
* Leona Benten: Less Within, More Between (2004/2005)
* John Clark: Municipal Dreams: Social Ecological Critique of Bookchin’s Politics (1998)
* Jason McQuinn: Demoralizing Moralism: The Futility of Fetishized Values (2004)
* RB: Ozimandias – Review: Against His-story! Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman (1991)

The Militant:

* Marianas in Combat: Teté Puebla and the Mariana Grajales Women’s Platoon in Cuba’s Revolutionary War 1956-58 (2003, Auszug)
* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)

Espace contre ciment:

* Heinrich Heine: Die Emeute der Lumpensammler von Paris (1832)
* Cajo Brendel: „Hüte Dich vor jedem Mythos!“ – Interview (1999)
* Emile Gravelle: Revolution (1898)
* Pierre Clastres: Staatsfeinde. Studien zur politischen Anthropologie (1974)
* Ludwig Bamberger: Les balayeurs hessois de Paris (1867)
* Bruno Astarian: Le communisme. Tentative de définition (1996)

Kasama:

* Howard Zinn: On Marx and Marxism (1993)
* Steve Hamilton: A History: The Revolutionary Union & Maoist Party-Building Effort Part 1 (1979)
* Steve Hamilton: A History: The Revolutionary Union & Maoist Party-Building Effort Part 2 (1980)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Simone Weil: Réflexions à propos de la théorie de quanta (1942, Auszug)

International Bolshevik Tendency (IBT):

* Oskar Fischer: Leninismus gegen Stalinismus (Lehren der deutschen Katastrophe 1933) (1933, pdf-Datei, mit einem Vorwort von Leo Trotzki)
* Leo Trotzki: Spanische Lehren: Eine letzte Warnung (1937)
* Leo Trotzki: Bolschewismus und Stalinismus (1937)
* Leo Trotzki: Drei Konzeptionen der russischen Revolution (1939)
* Introduction to the IBT’s 1998 edition of The Transitional Program by Leon Trotsky (1998)
* Gruppe IV. Internationale: Bulletin Nr. 1 und Nr. 2 (1990)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Für einen Streik der Metaller in Ost und West! (1993)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Zwei Schritte vorwärts — einer zurück: Zum Auszug der unabhängigen Antifa aus dem Berliner Bündnis gegen den „Rudolf-Heß-Gedenktag“ (1992)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Nur die Arbeiterklasse kann die faschistischen Mörderbanden schlagen! (1991)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Imperialisten raus aus Nahost! (1991)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Erklärung der Gruppe Spartakus zur Bundestagswahl: Keine Stimme der SPD / Keine Stimme der PDS. Kritische Wahlunterstützung der SpAD (1990)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): DDR zerstört — Arbeiterkämpfe stehen an: Nieder mit dem großdeutschen Imperialismus (1990)
* Gruppe Spartakus (GS): Trotzkisten fusionieren: Gruppe Spartakus gegründet (1990)
* Bolschewistische Tendenz: Offener Brief an die Spartakist Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (1990)

ASK/VAB Hamburg-Altona:

* Revolution in Hamburg: Der Arbeiter- und Soldatenrat von Groß-Hamburg 1918/19

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 1. Februar 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv … ansonsten hier der Hinweis auf den lesenswerten Text Gespalten in den Untergang: Die Linke und der Aufstieg Hitlers von Florian Wilde aus der neuen Broschüre Die Linke.SDS/linksjugend [´solid] (Hg.): Block Fascism! Geschichte, Analysen und Strategien für eine antifaschistische Praxis, Berlin 2009 (pdf-Datei, 1,19 mb):

Syndikalismus:

* Rudolf Rocker: Anarcho-Syndikalismus (1937)

AustriaN Newspapers Online (ANNO):

* Bildungsarbeit. Blätter für sozialistisches Bildungswesen (1909–1913, 1919-1934)

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

* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 1. April 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Ligue communiste (LC): Les leçons d’octobre (1971)
* Service de presse international (SIP), April 1935
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Mai 1955
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, Juli 1934
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur „La Vérité“, 15. März 1950

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Paul Lafargue: La légende de Victor Hugo (1885)
* La critique du sport moderne par Jean-Marie Brohm
* Paul Mattick: On Pannekoek’s article The Party and the Working Class (1941)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Raya Dunayevskaya: New Developments in Stalin’s Russia (1946)
* Rudolf Bahro: Alternativet: Till kritiken av den reellt existerande socialismen (1977)
* Isaac Deutscher: Den Stora Kulturrevolutionen (1966)
* Paul Lafargue: Porque Crê em Deus a Burguesia (1906)
* Ernest Mandel: Hannah Arendt: morele wortels en sociale oorzaken
van de fascistische misdaden
(1966)
* Jim Dann/Hari Dillon: The Five Retreats: A History of the Failure of the Progressive Labor Party (1977)
* Chris Harman: How Marxism Works (1979)
* Chris Harman: A people’s history of the world (1999, Auszug)
* Chris Harman: The Summer of 1981 – a post-riot analysis (1981)
* Chris Harman: The revolutionary press (1984)
* Artikel aus dem Labour Monthly:
** Shapurji Saklatvala: India as in Fact It Is (1935)
** M. Singh: The Struggle of the Indian Textile Workers (1934)
** Reginald Bridgeman: The New Deal for India (1935)
** Lesley Hutchinson: The New Imperialist Strategy in India (1935)
** M. Muzaffar: India’s Fight Against the India Bill (1935)
** Jawaharlal Nehru: Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress (1936)
** Rajani Palme Dutt: In Memory of Shapurji Saklatvala (1936)
** Rajani Palme Dutt: Left Nationalism in India (1936)
** Rajani Palme Dutt/Ben Bradley: Anti-Imperialist People’s Front in India (1936)
* Georgij Plechanow: Arte e vita sociale (1912)
* Pieter Lawrence: What Socialism Means (1973)
* Pieter Lawrence: What Next for South Africa? (1990)
* Pieter Lawrence: “All this Hard Graft no Longer Makes Sense” (1999)
* Pieter Lawrence: Freedom from Profit (2001)
* Pieter Lawrence: Why Just Land? (2003)
* Pieter Lawrence: The Revolution that Wasn’t (2008)
* Eugen Varga: The Decline of Capitalism (1924)
* Isabelle Gatti de Gamond: De legende van de dorpsonderwijzer (1903)
* Pierre Legrève: De val van Ahmed Ben Bella: een stap naar rechts (1965)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Productivisme en ecologie (2009)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Nieuwe banden van solidariteit (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: De crisis van het Franse marxisme (1993)
* Daniel Bensaïd: De angst haalt het van de hoop (2003)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Eén jaar na de aanslagen elf september – God, wat zijn die oorlogen heilig! (2002)
* Daniel Bensaïd: De hogere macht van het communisme (2009)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Japan und die Weltwirtschaft

Collectif Smolny:

* Alexis Bouvier: La Canaille (1863)
* BILAN: En marge des Thèses de Rome (1936)

LibCom:

* Solidarity: Ceylon: the JVP uprising of April 1971 (1971)
* Federación Anarquista Uruguaya (FAU): Huerta Grande (1972)
* Mike Davis: The Stopwatch and the Wooden Shoe: Scientific Management and the Industrial Workers of the World (1975)
* John Holloway: The Red Rose of Nissan (1987)
* Loren Goldner: International liquidity crisis and class struggle: first approximation (1998)
* Al-Djouhall: The Misery of Islam (1989)
* A.R. Giles-Peters: Karl Korsch: a Marxist friend of anarchism (1973)
* Paul Mattick: Pasado, presente y futuro del Marxismo (1978)
* Paul Mattick: La hez de la humanidad (1935)
* Paul Mattick: The inevitability of communism (1936)
* Geoff Brown: The Glasgow dockers‘ go-slow (?)
* Guy Aldred: Socialism and Parliament (1923)
* William Moris: The policy of abstention (1887)
* Errico Malatesta: Democracy and Anarchy (1924)
* Gilles Dauvé: Capital and state (1972)
* Anton Pannekoek: Materialism and historical materialism (1942)
* Anton Pannekoek: Society and mind in Marxian philosophy (1937)
* Otto Rühle: Which Side To Take? (1940)
* Communist Workers International: Extracts from the Leading Principles of the KAI (1922)
* Paolo Virno: A Grammar of the Multitude (200?)
* Blaumachen: Let the occupations become time-barricades (2006)
* Processed World #7 (1983)
* Processed World #8 (1983)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* People’s Democracy: Our Orientation to the Republican Movement”, People’s Democracy discussion document (1984)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Perú: Crece la protesta (1999)
* Movimiento 14 de Mayo: Plan de Orientación del Movimiento 14 de Mayo (Extractos) (1959)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* “How many Councillors does it take to turn off The Water Tax?”-Democratic Left -1995
* Eithne Fitzgerald -Labour – 1989 Dublin South
* Pat Doherty, Dermot Guy, Caoimhghin O Caolain -Sinn Fein -1989 European Elections Connaught/Ulster
* Martin Walsh -Socialist Party -1997 GE Dublin South Central

The Anarchist Library:

* Octavio Alberola: Baja California: Attempted Insurrections (1995)
* Aufheben: Civilization and its latest discontents: A review of Against His-story! Against Leviathan! (1995)
* John Connor: John Ball — Primitivist: The Peasants’ Revolt and the State of Nature (1999)
* Michel Donnegan: Petersburg (1999)
* Frere Dupont: Winding Down Of The Clockwork Lips (2004)
* Theresa Kintz: Radical Archaeology as Dissent (?)
* Rob los Ricos: Biocide and Against The New World Order (?)
* Russell Means: For America To Live Europe Must Die (1980)
* Paul Z. Simons: A True Account of the New Model Army (1995)
* An Open Letter on Technology and Mediation (1999)
* Jean-Pierre Voyar: Reich: How to Use (1995)

Trend:

* Dv/Internationale Revue: Der Kapp-Putsch 1920: Die Rechten greifen an, die Demokratie fügt den Arbeitern die Niederlage bei (1999)

The Militant:

* Fred Halstead: Vietnam War and crumbling of U.S. military morale (1978)
* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)

Espace contre ciment:

* Rudolf Rocker: Das Ende Gustav Landauers (1951)
* William Morris: Kunde von Nirgendwo (1889, Auszug)
* Gustav Landauer: Selbstmord der Jugend (1911, gekürzt)
* Albert Libertad: Le culte de la charogne (1907)
* Roger Langlais: Albert Libertad. Le culte de la charogne (1976)

Archive.org:

* Communist Party of America (CPA): Manifesto and program. Constitution. Report to the Communist International (1919)
* Communist Party of America (CPA): Manifesto to the workers of America (1922)
* United Communist Party of America (UCPA): Program and constitution of the United Communist Party of America (1921)
* Mikhail Ivanovich Tugan-Baranovski: L’évolution historique du socialisme (1913)
* André Lebey: Du socialisme, envisagé au point de vue philosophique (1913)
* Eduard Bernstein: Vozmozhen-li nauchnyĭ sot︠s︡ializm? (1906)

ICL-FI (Spadtakist):

* Spartakist: Für eine leninistisch-trotzkistische Arbeiterpartei! Arbeiterräte an die Macht! (1989)

Walgesang:

* Spartacist League US: Tous­saint L‘Ou­ver­tu­re and the Hai­ti­an Re­vo­lu­ti­on (1988)

Révolution en Iran:

* 8 mars 1979 : Quand les femmes faisaient reculer Khomeini
* Worker-Communist Party of Iran (WPI): L’Histoire des Invaincus (1995)

Revolution in South Asia:

* Communist Party of India (Maoist) (CPI(Maoist)): Our Work in Urban Areas (2004)

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 30. Oktober 2009

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

La Bataille Socialiste:

* El Amigo del pueblo N°3, Juni 1937
* Daniel Guérin: La révolution déjacobinisée (1957)
* Paul Louis: Le colonialisme (1905)
* Simone Weil: La vie et la grève des ouvrières métallos (1936)
* Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB): Le SPGB et l’Espagne (1937)
* Paul Mattick: Introduction to “Anti-Bolshevik Communism” (1978)

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

* Comités communistes internationalistes (CCI): Le Soviet, Juni-Juli 1943 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti ouvrier internationaliste (POI): La Vérité, 25. April 1943
* Parti ouvrier internationaliste (POI): Bulletin intérieur, Dezember 1943
* Ligue communiste (LC): Bulletin intérieur, August 1933
* IVe internationale: IVe internationale, August-September 1946
* Ligue communiste (LC): Les marxistes révolutionnaires dans l’enseignement (1970)

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 19. Sexual Politics and Life Part 2 – Men’s Politics
** Anti Sexist Practice! (1982, pdf-Datei)
** Why a Men’s Movement? (article) (1979, pdf-Datei)
** Why a Men’s Movement? (letter) (1982, pdf-Datei)
** Is a Men Against Sexism Politics Needed? (1981, pdf-Datei)
** The Problem of Men in Big Flame (1981, pdf-Datei)
** Why the Women’s Commission are against an Anti Sexist Commission (1983, pdf-Datei)
* NOTICE OF A REVISED VERSION OF THE POST “EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 4. Women and Feminism Part 1”

Sojourner Truth Organization Digital Archive:

* Jasper Collins/Martin Glaberman/Don Hamerquist: The politics of Louis Althusser: a symposium (1978)
* The events in Afghanistan: a state-capitalist viewpoint (1978)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Pierre Vidal-Naquet: A Stubborn Fidelity (1986, zum Widerstand gegen den Algerienkrieg in Frankreich)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Lettre à Clara Zetkin (1919)
* Walter Rodney: People’s Power, No Dictator (1979)
* Walter Rodney: Sign of the Times (1980)
* Ernest Mandel: De CVP en de klassenloze samenleving (1964)
* Kamata Satoshi: Toyota, l’usine du désespoir (journal d’un ouvrier saisonnier) (1973)
* Max Beer: The Development of Marxian Analysis (1927)
* MN Roy: The Colonial Policy of the L.S.I. (1928)
* Noel Ignatin: The POC: A Personal Memoir (1979)
* Paul Costello: In Memoriam – Ellwood Griest (1979)
* Paul Costello: Anti-Revisionist Communism in the United States, 1945-1950 (1979)
* Karl Kautsky: Die Befreiung der Nationen (1917)
* Ted Grant: Fight election on socialist policy (1966)
* Ted Grant: Only one solution—Budget demonstrates the impossibility of capitalist “planning” (1966)
* Nikolai Bucharin: New Forms of the World Crisis (1928)
* Sharpurji Saklatvala: India in the Labour World (1921)
* Daniel DeLeon: Artikel Mai-Oktober 1907 (pdf-Dateien):
** 1907, May 26 – Concentrated Infamy
** 1907, May 27 – ‘Frisco Vindicates Socialism
** 1907, May 28 – Loyalty or Treason Trembling in the Scales
** 1907, May 29 – “Desirable” Citizens
** 1907, May 30 – Eternal Vigilance!
** 1907, May 31 – Wages and Cost of Living
** 1907, June 1 – The “Excitement” in ‘Frisco
** 1907, June 2 – Conversation No. 1
** 1907, June 3 – Madness With Method in It
** 1907, June 4 – Revolutionary Hughes
** 1907, June 5 – A Gored Bull Bellowing
** 1907, June 6 – “Law” and Law
** 1907, June 7 – Started, at Last!
** 1907, June 8 – The Negroes’ Wonderful Progress
** 1907, June 9 – Conversation No. 2
** 1907, June 10 – Misquoting Lincoln
** 1907, June 11 – Nastier and Nastier
** 1907, June 12 – Aladin’s “Public Opinion”
** 1907, June 13 – Driven to Admit the Truth
** 1907, June 14 – Catching ‘Em Acoming’, and Catching ‘Em Agwine’
** 1907, June 15 – “Shallow Philosophy” and “Mawkish Sentimentality”
** 1907, June 16 – Conversation No. 3
** 1907, June 18 – Orchard’s “Religion”
** 1907, June 19 – Scrawny Spartans
** 1907, June 20 – “Economic Distinctions”
** 1907, June 21 – A Blind Cassandra
** 1907, June 23 – Conversation No. 4
** 1907, June 25 – “Kelly the Bum,” Not “David the King”
** 1907, June 26 – Open Letter to “Health Home”
** 1907, June 27 – A Cardinal Blunder
** 1907, June 29 – With Marx for Text
** 1907, June 30 – Conversation No. 5
** 1907, July 1 – Divine Discontent
** 1907, July 2 – The Great Battle in Denver
** 1907, July 3 – Libeling Their Ancestry
** 1907, July 4 – Incautious GAR Officer
** 1907, July 5 – An Open Letter to Edward Lauterbach, President National Liberal Immigration League
** 1907, July 6 – Two “Common Lots”
** 1907, July 7 – Conversation No. 6
** 1907, July 8 – The New Tendency
** 1907, July 9 – Gnawing at the File
** 1907, July 10 – Well for Kikuchi
** 1907, July 12 – “Busting” the Tobacco Trust
** 1907, July 13 – The War
** 1907, July 14 – Conversation No. 7
** 1907, July 15 – News From Kherson
** 1907,July 16 – The “Best of All Possible Systems”
** 1907, July 17 – After Mallock, Aked
** 1907, July 18 – Fighting Windmills
** 1907, July 19 – Hearst Fulfilling His Mission
** 1907, July 20 – Who Is Master?
** 1907, July 21 – “A Highly Critical Time”
** 1907, July 22 – Mitchellism
** 1907, July 23 – A Criminal Record
** 1907, July 24 – Nothing “Unusual”
** 1907, July 25 – Poison and Antidote
** 1907, July 26 – Progress, and a Chance for More
** 1907, July 28 – Vandervelde’s Preface
** 1907, July 29 – Guilty! Guilty!! Guilty!!!
** 1907, July 30 – Emulating ‘48
** 1907, July 31 – As to Antimilitarism
** 1907, August 1 – Thirty Years Later
** 1907, August 2 – Wisdom, of Experience and Inexperience
** 1907, August 3 – Much Ado About Nothing
** 1907, August 4 – A Signal Example
** 1907, August 5 – Barrett’s Clean Breast
** 1907, August 26 – French Socialists
** 1907, September 1 – At Stuttgart
** 1907, September 10 – Revolution Triumphant
** 1907, October 4 – A Hint to Railroaders
** 1907, October 6 – Notes on the Stuttgart Congress I
** 1907, October 13 – Notes on the Stuttgart Congress II
** 1907, October 14 – Poor, Embarrassed William
** 1907, October 17 – Open Letter to the Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley Winnington Ingram
** 1907, October 18 – Nuptial Blazes
** 1907, October 19 – The Freshest Indictment
** 1907, October 20 – Notes on the Stuttgart Congress III
** 1907, October 21 – A Good Investment? Rather, a Bad One!
** 1907, October 23 – Half-Truths, and Worse
** 1907, October 25 – Word From Sugar Pine
** 1907, October 26 – The Gillette Case
** 1907, October 27 – Notes on the Stuttgart Congress IV
** 1907, October 28 – No Swaddlers Wanted
** 1907, October 29 – Right for Once
** 1907, October 30 – The Writing on the Wall
** 1907, October 31 – Whose Salvation?
* Artikel aus dem Labour Monthly:
** Clemens Dutt: The Indian Struggle for Independence (1928)
** Clemens Dutt: The Indian League for Independence (1929)
** Clemens Dutt: The Class Struggle in India (1929)
** Clemens Dutt: The Role and Leadership of the Indian Working Class (1929)
** India: Trade Unionism and Labour Conditions (1922)
** M. Philips Price: A Posthumous Work of Rosa Luxemburg (1922)
** Mr Austen Chamberlain on the Origin of the War (1922)
** Notes of the Month: India (1922)
** M.K. Gandhi: Britain, India and Swaraj (1922)
** G.D.H. Cole: A Word to Max Beer (1922)
** A. N Bhaduri: British War Preparations in India (1927)
** Philip Spratt: The Indian Trade Union Movement (1927)
** Karl August Wittfogel: The Agrarian Revolution in China (1927)
** All-India Trade Union Congress (1928)
** J.B.: The Strike Wave in Egypt (1928)
** Clemens Dutt: The Present Strike Movement in India (1929)
** The Lillooah Railway Strike (1928)
** South Indian Railway Strike (1928)
** W.N. Ewer: Delhi and Kabul (1929)
** Philip Spratt: India on the Eve of Revolt (1929)
** D. Goonawardena: The Heroic Struggle of the Workers (1929)
** Bombay Mill Strike (1929)
** Shaukat Usmani: An Echo of the General Election (1929)
** Tinplate Workers’ Strike at Jamshedpur (1929)
** Stewart Purkis: Mondism and the Railway Settlement (1928)
** Stewart Purkis: Railworkers and the Coming Struggle (1929)
** Stewart Purkis: A Sidelight on Mondism (1929)
** Reg Groves: A Dyspeptic Interpretation Of Karl Marx (1930)
** Reg Groves: Marx And The Labour Parliament Of 1854 (1930)
** Reg Groves: Folded Arms! (1930)
** Reg Groves: The Communist Manifesto (1930)
** Reg Groves: “Wilkes And Liberty” (1930)
** Reg Groves: The Dotage Of The Hammonds (1930)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Lettre à A. A. Bogdanov et S. I. Goussiev (1905)
* André Renard: Holdings en economische democratie (1956)
* André Renard: Naar het socialisme door de actie (1957)
* André Renard: Planificatie, dirigisme en vrijheid (1959)
* Pierre Legrève: Democratisering van het onderwijs in het middelbaar onderwijs, enkele aspecten (1961)

La Presse Anarchiste:

* Noir & Rouge n°14, Herbst 1959

Theorie als Praxis:

* Doing Gender und die Hergestelltheit und Variabilität unserer Identitäten. Vorschläge für korrigierte Übersetzungen zweier Butler-Zitaten aus Gender Trouble sowie eines Zitates aus Doing Gender von West/Zimmermann (1990/1991)
* Zitate aus Foucaults „Was ist Aufklärung?“ (?)
* Vier Zitate zum Krisen-Begriff

LibCom:

* Gilles Dauvé/Denis Authier: The Communist Left in Germany 1918-1921 (1978)
** Appendix I – The groupuscular phase
** Appendix II – Bibliography of topics addressed by the German left during the 1930s
** Appendix III – Note on ‚National Bolshevism‘
** Texts – Foreword
** Epilogue
*** Herman Gorter: The opportunism of the Communist Party of the Netherlands (1919)
*** Fritz Wolffheim: Factory organisations or trade unions? (1919)
* Noam Chomsky: East Timor Retrospective (1999)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* The Workers‘ Party: Tomorrow’s People, Oktober 1991
* Sinn Féin: United Irishman, Oktober 1969

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Dirección Nacional Ampliada. Informe Político (1989)
* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): Octubre Sandinista (1978)
* Movimiento Revolucionario 26 de Julio (M-26-7): A Fidel Castro sobre la invasión (1958)
* Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN): A 25 años de la Revolución del 30 de Octubre de 1950 y en el primer aniversario de las FALN (1975)
* Partido Comunista de El Salvador (PCS): La proletarización orgánica e ideológica del Partido (1964)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Moshe Lewin: The collapse of the Russian state (1998)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Des Geraghty -Workers Party 1984 Euro Elections
* Win £10 – ‘Dun Laoghaire People’ -Workers Party 1986
* ‘Payback Time’ -Brendan Donohoe -SWP- South West Inner City 2004
* Sinn Fein -’Empowering Communities against Drugs’ (2002)

The Anarchist Library:

* Daniel Guérin: Anarchism: From Theory to Practice (1965)
* Sam Mbah/I.E. Igariwey: African Anarchism: The History of a Movement (2001)
* Keith Sorel: From Munis to Meese: Left Communism or State Department Surrealism? (1994)
* Neal Keating: (A) Game for the Nineties: ASE (1994)
* Michael William: When Nationalist Frenzy Strikes… (1994)
* Gilles Dauvé: Alice in Monsterland (2001)
* Tiqqun: The Problems of the Head (2001)
* Doug Bolling: Refractions (1994)
* Lorna McLaughlin: Great Grunting Groans (1994)
* Michael William: The Ecology Montreal Party: A Libertarian Frankenstein (1994)
* Brian Morris: Flores Magon and the Mexican Liberal Party (1994)
* Marc L. Sherman: An Entertaining Story: A Short Corporate Fiction (1994)
* The Right to be Greedy: Theses on the Practical Necessity of Demanding Everything (1974)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1934/1959/1984)

Sanhati:

* Porichoy Patrika, 8-12 1962

Espace contre ciment:

* Michael Löwy: Henry Ford, inspirateur d’Adolf Hitler (2007)
* Michael Löwy/Eleni Varikas: Racisme et eugénisme pendant l’entre-deux-guerres. Précurseurs et alliés du nazisme aux Etats-Unis (2007)
* Hugo Eberlein: Erinnerungen an Rosa Luxemburg bei Kriegsausbruch 1914 (?)
* Victor Klemperer: „Auf­zie­hen“ (1947, auszug aus LTI)
* Siegfried Kracauer: Über Arbeitsnachweise (1930)
* Siegfried Kracauer: Die Palmen in der Krise (1930-1931)
* Moses Hess: Kommunistischer Katechismus
* Der Syndikalist:
Georges Sorel (1922)
* Giorgio Cesarano: Der erotische Aufstand (1974)
* Amadeo Bordiga: Critique de l’autogestion (1957)
* Freddy Gomez: Orwell et son calomniateur. La méthode Garton Ash (2004)
* Camillo Berneri: L’idolâtrie ouvrière (1934)
* Camillo Berneri: Der Arbeiterkult (1934)
* Rudolf Rocker: Der Sozialismus und die Grundsätze der IAA (1932)
* George Orwel: Les lieux de loisirs (1946)
* George Orwell: Ni capitalisme, ni collectivisme (1944)
* H. (Bremen): Carl Einstein. Ein deutscher Intellektueller im Spanischen Krieg (2002)
* Margarete Susman: Gustav Landauer (1919)
* Margarete Susman: Gustav Landauers Briefe (1929)
* Jörg Asseyer: Jenseits von Grund und Ordnung. Nachwort zu Skepsis und Mystik (1978)

Archive.org:

* Charles Ruthenberg: Voices of Revolt. Speeches and writings of Charles E. Ruthenberg, with a critical introduction (1928)
* Debs: his life, writings and speeches, with a department of appreciations (1908)
* Anton Pannekoek: Marxism and Darwinism (1912)
* Ellen Key: The woman movement (1912)
* Morris Hillquit: Socialism in theory and practice (1909)
* Morris Hillquit: History of socialism in the United States (1903)
* Eduard Bernstein: My years of exile; reminiscences of a socialist (1921)
* Liberty, „Not the daughter but the mother of order“ (1882, ein Jahrgang der von Benjamin Tucker herausgegebenen Zeitschrift)

Links – International Journal of Socialist Renewal:

* Beverley Symons: Red councillors during the Cold War: Communists on Sydney City Council, 1953-59 (2003)

Dublin Opinion:

* Irish Workers Group (1976) / Class Struggle

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

* Walter Daum: The Life and Death of Stalinism. A Resurrection of Marxist Theory (1990)
** Chapter 1. The Contradictions of Capitalism
** Chapter 2. The Revolutionary Epoch

International Bolshevik Tendency (IBT):

* Bolschewik Nr. 1, Mai 1992
** Nazi-Terror und Rassismus in der BRD (pdf-Datei)
** Die ehemalige UdSSR nach dem Putschversuch (pdf-Datei)
** Bürgerkrieg in Jugoslawien – Nationalismus und Konterrevolution (pdf-Datei)
* Bolschewik Nr. 2,Dezember 1992
** Faschisten im Aufschwung – Linke und Arbeiterbewegung in der Defensive (pdf-Datei)
** Nachtrag zur anti-faschistischen Wunsiedel-Kampagne und zur Politik der SAG (August 1992) (pdf-Datei)
** Bundeswehr als UNO-Friedensstifter? (pdf-Datei)
** Schluß mit der Wende – Die Spaltung in Ost und West überwinden (pdf-Datei)
** Kurdistan – Bindeglied der Revolution im Nahen Osten
* Bolschewik Nr. 3, Mai 1993
** Feuert die Gewerkschaftsführung! – Stoppt die Offensive von Unternehmern, Regierung und SPD-Führung (pdf-Datei)
** Wie vorwärts? – Aktionsprogramm für den IG Metall-Streik (pdf-Datei)
** Marxismus contra Bewegungsfetischismus – Kritische Anmerkungen zur Politik der SAG (pdf-Datei)
** Deutsche Waffen sollen es schaffen – Außenpolitische Optionen des deutschen Imperialismus (pdf-Datei)
** Kapitalismus und Rassismus (pdf-Datei)
* Bolschewik Nr. 4, Dezember 1993
** Für einen revolutionären Antifaschismus (pdf-Datei)
** Leserbrief an VORAN (pdf-Datei)
** Trotz anvisiertem Rückzug der Bundeswehr aus Somalia – Erster Etappensieg des deutschen Imperialismus (pdf-Datei)
** Das Kartenhaus Maastricht fällt zusammen (pdf-Datei)
** Nieder mit Jelzin — Ruzkoi – Chasbulatow keine Alternative (pdf-Datei)
** Scharping ganz Kohl – SPD auf Regierungslinie (pdf-Datei)
** Weg mit dem PKK-Verbot (pdf-Datei)

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Vickramabahu „Bahu“ Karunarathne: Zum Regime in Sri Lanka und seinen „progressiven Freunden“

Posted by entdinglichung - 21. September 2009

Quelle: ESSF, der Artikel von Bahu zum Regime in Sri Lanka macht ansonsten auch deutlich, warum die althergebrachten Kategorien zur Bewertung „progressiver“ oder „populistischer“ Regime im Trikont aus der Zeit des kalten Krieges schon damals kaum und heute überhaupt nicht mehr greifen … vielleicht entdecken auch Teile der europäischen Pseudo-Antiimps bald den „fortschrittlichen, anti-imperialistischen und nationalistischen Charakter“ ihres neuen Verbündeten Sri Lanka und warum die LTTE schon immer ein Werkzeug des altbösen Feindes war …

Mahinda regime is neither proletarian nor socialist

Vickramabahu „Bahu“ Karunarathne

Some people believe that the Mahinda regime, is an anti American, anti West, nationalist regime. One cannot blame them too much when, the old Left including Vasudeva is busy white washing this regime. The old Left too, insist that the Mahinda regime is progressive and better than the UNP regime. Of course, they find it difficult to explain the political and social policies of the regime. In our presence, in husky voice, with rosy cheeks they claim that they are there for tactical reasons. They deny that they have betrayed any Marxist principles. On the other hand, their presence is a powerful instrument available for the regime. Government propagandists have made use of this fact to win the hearts of many left oriented regimes in the third world. Recently we saw that even Hugo Chaves has fallen into the propaganda pit of the Mahinda regime. We were shown a picture of Colonel Gaddafi keeping his hand on the shoulder of president Mahinda. But Gaddafi has changed a lot from the time when he was seen as an arch enemy of the American imperialism. Today, the world has changed so much that we are unable to say where the other hand of Gaddafi was. In fact, he could have been whispering to Mahinda not to shout too much against the West, while squeezing the belly of Mahinda with the other hand.

Indirectly helped

This is a global development. In the 50s and the 60s in the so- called third world, we witnessed the rise of nationalist populist leaders with strong anti American rhetoric. They were all dependent on soviet Russia and the Red China regime. However, in spite of their claims for socialism, all of them were products of the economic boom in the western world. at that stage, Western powers were interested in certain democratization in the developing world in order to facilitate capital investment. Hence, they indirectly helped populist leaders in their radical steps, as long as these did not push towards a special alliance with the Eastern powers. In fact, only one of these radical movements really, went out of control; that is Cuba. All the other populist leaders made radical changes to remove maligned sections of the neo-colonial establishments. The McNamara policy of the World Bank showed the real nature of the global capitalist policy.

By now the world has changed. The populist movements started by leaders such as Nehru, Sukarno, Bhutto, Nasser, Ben Bela, Peron and Bandaranaike have ceased to be anti American or anti capitalist. In India, the modern Gandhis are hand in glove with the Western powers. In fact, they work as the regional leaders of global capitalism. Man Mohan Singh is not an agent of Obama but really a guru. Similar changes have taken place everywhere.

Capitalist agenda

The collapse of the Stalinist states, only accelerated the degeneration of third world national populism. However, unfortunately the vocabulary and the rhetoric still survive, creating illusions in the minds of the people. In Lanka, the rise of Mahinda to power is some times depicted as a second coming of the MEP of maha Bandaranaike.

The picture is made easy by the participation of all left parties, except of course the Nava Sama Samaja party, in the coalition. But, the Mahinda regime today, is completely dependent on American and Indian handouts. It is indebted to these powers in all aspects. Hence, it is an anti proletarian, Sinhala chauvinist regime following the global capitalist agenda. To claim this as an anti American leadership is as bad as claiming that the Obama leadership as been anti American.

In fact in the US there are people who seriously believe that Obama is a secret communist agent sent to destroy the free society led by the rich whites. They accuse him of taking over control of banking and industry. Also, they condemn his attempt to revise the healthcare policy. Both are according to them, neo communist policies! In a world of such lunacy it is not surprising to see intelligent people defining the Mahinda regime as a progressive nationalist regime.

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Upali Cooray (1939-2009)

Posted by entdinglichung - 31. August 2009

Quelle: ESSF:

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Comrade Upali’s Unfinished Task

We mourn the sudden and untimely death of Comrade Upali in the early hours of 21st August 2009, and pay our tribute to his active political life as a champion of the oppressed and the poor of the world. Had he recovered from his sudden illness he would have celebrated his 70th Birthday on 17th September. At this sorrowful occasion we join his wife Sylvia, son Alex and daughters Samantha and Jasmine in sharing their grief over the loss of a dear husband and a father for we have lost a dear friend and a comrade.

Comrade Upali, throughout his active political life, spanning over 50 years, stood at the forefront of struggles of the oppressed people all over the world. He was a socialist intellectual and an internationalist who spearheaded anti-neo-colonialist, anti-capitalist and anti-racist campaigns both in Britain and in Sri Lanka. He fought tirelessly and passionately against the oppression of workers, women and minority nationalities. In Britain he played a key role in the anti-Vietnam War Movement as its secretary. He vehemently opposed the war in Sri Lanka, denounced human rights violations, political assassinations and other atrocities committed by successive regimes and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). However, from 1979 onwards, in the context of anti-Tamil rhetoric and riots and the banning of the Tamil United Liberation Front’s demand for a separate State in the North-East of Sri Lanka, comrade Upali as a founder-member of the Movement for Inter-racial Justice and Equality (MIRJE) played a leading role in formulating and articulating the principle of Tamil people’s right to self-determination. In 1983, during the ‘Black July’ pogrom against the Tamil people in the south comrade Upali physically intervened to protect individual Tamils from attacks by Sinhalese thugs.

Comrade Upali firmly believed in the ability of the oppressed people to change the socio-economic and political conditions of their oppression and make a better world. He never used his intellectual abilities for his personal gain. Motivated by socialist ideals comrade Upali committed all his strengths and abilities for organising, educating and empowering of the oppressed people. He did not merely stand by them, he stood with them and fought with them and sought ways and means of resolving their issues.

It was his unwavering commitment to the cause of the oppressed that led him to join the Lanka Sama Samaja Party’s (LSSP) Youth League. But in the 1960s when the majority leadership of the LSSP joined a coalition government with the Communist Party and the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) comrade Upali broke away with the minority who opposed the coalition with a capitalist party. In the aftermath of the split within the LSSP he emigrated to Britain and graduated in Economics from the London School of Economics and joined the International Marxist Group (IMG), the British Section of the 4th International. Comrade Upali matured as a militant socialist in the thick of anti-neo-colonialist, anti-war and anti-racist struggles and campaigns in Britain. When the Sri Lankan coalition government of the LSSP, CP and the SLFP crushed the youth rebellion led by the Janata Vimukti Peramuna (JVP) in 1971, and imprisoned a large number of young rebels including their leadership comrade Upali joining with activists of the Ginipupura group campaigned for their release.

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 7. August 2009

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter Sozialistika“:

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Vickramabahu „Bahu“ Karunarathne: Buddhism, Science and Socialism (1997)

Workers Liberty:

* Julius Jacobson: Reflections on Fascism and Communism (1983)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* L’agiotage de 1715 à 1870 (1885)
* Maurice Dommanget: Blanquisme et marxisme (1924)
* John Keracher: Préface au programme de l’United Workers Party (1934)
* Anton Pannekoek: Lénine philosophe (1938)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Rudolf Hilferding: Finance Capital (1910)
* Peter Howell: Once Again on Productive and Unproductive Labour (1975)
* David Yaffe: The State and the Capitalist Crisis (1976/1978)
* Maurice Brinton: Socialism Reaffirmed (1960)
* Maurice Brinton: Factory Committees and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat (1975)
Leo Trotskij: Kultur och socialism (1926)
* Leo Trotzki: Carta a Farrell Dobbs (1940)
* Leo Trotzki: Carta a Joseph Hansen (1940)
* Leo Trotzki: Ciência e Estilo (1940)
* Leo Trotzki: Carta a James P. Cannon (1940)
* Patrice Lumumba: Correspondence with United Nations General Secretary Dag Hammarskjöld (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: From a letter to the President of the Security Council (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: From a telegram to the President of the Security Council (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: Statement at a press conference in Leopoldville (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: Statement at a press conference in Leopoldville (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: Statement at a press conference in Leopoldville (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: Solemn Appeal to the President and members of the Security Council and to all the member states of the United Nations (1960)
* Patrice Lumumba: From the letter to the President of the UN General Assembly (1960)
* H.M. Hyndman: The National Railways after the War (1916)
* H.M. Hyndman: Thrift no Panacea without Increased Production (1915)
* Le Chant du Départ (1794)
* Piercy Ravenstone: Thoughts on the Funding System and its Effects (1824)
* Anonymus: The Source and Remedy of the National Difficulties, Deduced from Principles of Political Economy, in a Letter to Lord John Russell (1821)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

Auswertungen zu folgenden Themen/Gruppen/Orten/Betrieben:

* Regensburg: Konradsiedlung-Wutzlhofen

LibCom:

* The Communist Left in Germany 1918-1921 (1976)
* Guy Debord: Psychogeographical Venice (1957)
* The Red Menace: Acid comment: the moral panic about acid house parties (1989)
* The Red Menace: Review: Anti-Parliamentary Communism in Britain, 1917-1945 (1989)
* Nick Heath: Anarchists who turned to the Bolsheviks
* Nick Heath: Jacob Abrams, Jacob aka Jack Abrams (1883 – 1953)
* Class War „bashing the rich“ (198?)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Irish Communist Organization (ICO): The Communist, Ende 1969

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR): La recuperación de las masas y el fracaso de la institucionalización abren nuevas perspectivas de lucha (1978)
* Movimiento 19 de Abril (M-19): Discurso inaugural de la VIII Conferencia Nacional del M-19 (1981)
* Partido Comunista de El Salvador (PCS): Breve análisis de la situación nacional (1972)
* Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP): Carta de Lil Milagro Ramírez en la que explica las razones de clandestinizarse (1971)

Sanhati:

* Now Weekly (September 1966-März 1967)

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