John O'Reilly on the Occupy movement in the United States and the direction it took.
Historian Wayne Thorpe details the thinking of anarcho-syndicalist Pierre Besnard (1886–1947), placing it in the context of inter-war French syndicalism, following the WWI class collaboration of...
This article first appeared in the early 1980’s in New York and an edited version was republished a few years later in an obscure, apparently one-off, magazine called Hopeless Tasks which emerged...
Interview with Greek anti-authoritarian communist collective TPTG about crisis of capitalism and its reflections on Greece and class struggle of proletariat against austerity measures. Interview...
When we limit ourselves to reasoned critique we cut ourselves off from the everyday experiences of life under capitalism from which any revolutionary rupture must grow.
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