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international / the left / feature Monday January 21, 2008 17:21 by Wayne Price   text 10 comments (last - wednesday february 06, 2008 15:47)   image 1 image
The contradictory meanings of "communism:" both as a society of freedom and as one of totalitarianism. What Bakuknin, Kropotkin, and Marx had meant by communism and how this term was changed by the Leninists. [ Deutsch ] [ Ελληνικά ] read full story / add a comment
Διεθνή / Αναρχικό κίνημα / Γνώμη / Ανάλυση Saturday January 19, 2008 18:56 by Wayne Price (NEFAC - pers. cap.)
Greek translation of «What is Anarchist Communism» (Part I) by Wayne Price. read full story / add a comment
international / die linke / meinung / analyse Saturday January 12, 2008 21:30 by Wayne Price   text 1 comment (last - saturday january 12, 2008 21:38)
Deutsche Übersetzung von What is Class Struggle Anarchism? von Wayne Price:

Gründe für eine ArbeiterInnenklassen-Perspektive. Was an einer Nicht-ArbeiterInnenklassen-Perspektive falsch ist. Verwurzelung des Klassenkampfanarchismus in einer Analyse des Kapitalismus, einer strategischen Orientierung und einer moralischen Perspektive. [Teil 2: Die Beziehung zwischen der ArbeiterInnenklasse und nicht-klassenbedingten Formen von Unterdrückung] read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Sunday December 30, 2007 10:46 by Wayne Price   text 36 comments (last - thursday february 28, 2008 08:35)
We have the industrial potential for full communism, but there remain difficulties such as the need to reorganize technology and to appropriately industrialize the "Third World." This raises the need for some sort of phasing-in of communism. Part 1: The Contradictory Meanings of Communism read full story / add a comment
international / die linke / meinung / analyse Friday November 30, 2007 23:49 by Wayne Price   text 1 comment (last - friday november 30, 2007 23:52)
Die widersprüchlichen Bedeutungen von „Kommunismus“: sowohl eine Gesellschaft basierend auf Freiheit als auch eine basierend auf Totalitarismus. Was Bakunin, Kropotkin und Marx mit Kommunismus meinten und wie dieser Begriff von den LeninistInnen verändert wurde. [ English ] [ Ελληνικά ]
Teil 2: Es geht nicht um die Bezeichnung, sondern um den Inhalt read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / emperyalizm / savaş / opinion/analysis Monday November 19, 2007 01:26 by Wayne Price
Kara Kızıl Notlar Mart Nisan Mayıs 2006 sayısından alınmıştır. Buraya kadar ABD’nin Irak saldırısına toptan karşı olmamız, yenilmesini istememiz ve savaş hakkında geveleyen tüm politikacılara karşı çıkmamız ve “Askerler Hemen Şimdi Eve Dönsün!” sloganı etrafında bir kampanya örmemiz gerektiğini savundum. “Irak Direnişini Destekle” sloganını eleştirdim. Ancak bunun daha derin bir şekilde tartışılması gerekiyor. read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Tuesday October 23, 2007 10:26 by Wayne Price   text 5 comments (last - saturday october 27, 2007 02:47)
Victor Serge is admired for his writings and his life, including his participation in the Russian Revolution and its aftermath. He went from anarchism to Bolshevism to Trotskyism and then broke from Trotsky. Trotskyists often cite him against anarchism. 90 years after the Russian Revolution, it is worth asking, what, if anything, can anarchists learn from him? read full story / add a comment
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international / the left / feature Monday October 01, 2007 21:50 by Wayne Price   image 1 image
The following articles argue for a class-struggle perspective, with two basic points: that all oppressions, class and non-class, should be fought against and that working class struggles are, in certain ways, central to an overall perspective. This is due to an analysis of class and non-class oppressions and the ways they interrelate, which produces a strategic and moral orientation. read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Monday August 20, 2007 14:48 by Wayne Price   text 29 comments (last - thursday october 25, 2007 09:57)
Why do we call ourselves class struggle anarchists instead of feminist- antiracist-Gay liberationist-green-class struggle anarchists? What is the relationship among class and nonclass forms of oppression, such as gender and race? Instead of the base/superstructure metaphor, we should have a model of an overlapping network of oppressions, of which class is at the center. This leads to strategic conclusions. PART 1: Why the Working Class read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Tuesday July 24, 2007 16:16 by Wayne Price   text 27 comments (last - friday september 11, 2009 22:02)
Reasons for a working class perspective. What is wrong with a nonclass perspective. Rooting class struggle anarchism in an analysis of capitalism, a strategic orienation, and a moral perspective. [ Deutsch ] [Castellano] PART 2: The Relation Between the Working Class and Nonclass Oppressions read full story / add a comment
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international / the left / review Wednesday June 20, 2007 14:50 by Wayne Price   text 5 comments (last - saturday june 23, 2007 01:01)   image 2 images
A leading U.S. Maoist writes a critical attack on anarchism. This essay summarizes his argument and refutes his charges. It demonstrates that Maoism is essentially a program of state capitalism. read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Wednesday May 30, 2007 11:47 by Wayne Price   text 1 comment (last - thursday may 31, 2007 01:03)
A basic problem with Marxism, which has led to authoritarian practices, is its centralism. Even in its most democratic forms, Marxism has been centralist. By contrast anarchist decentralism has been one of anarchism's strong points. read full story / add a comment
américa del norte / méxico / historia del anarquismo / opinión / análisis Friday April 27, 2007 21:51 by Wayne Price   text 2 comments (last - sunday april 29, 2007 12:18)
Una nueva ola de radicalización recorre el mundo. Federaciones anarquistas se organizan en los EEUU y Canadá, así como en otros países. La corriente “plataformista” dentro del anarquismo internacional, con su énfasis en la necesidad de la organización de los propios anarquistas, está teniendo efectos en todo el mundo. En estas condiciones, no hay que sorprenderse que exista interés en el último gran intento de construir una federación anarquista en norteamérica: la Federación Revolucionaria Anarquista Amor y Rabia (L&R). Fundada en 1989, duró hasta 1998, casi diez años, con secciones en México y en el Canadá anglófono. read full story / add a comment
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north america / mexico / history of anarchism / feature Friday April 13, 2007 19:16 by Wayne Price   text 40 comments (last - tuesday may 22, 2007 17:55)   image 1 image
A new wave of radicalization is spreading around the world. Federations of anarchists are being organized in the U.S and Canada, and in other countries. The ‘platformist’ current within international anarchism, with its emphasis on the need for anarchists to organize themselves, is having worldwide effects. In these conditions, it is not surprising that there should be an interest in the last major attempt to build an anarchist federation in North America: the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation (L&R). Founded in 1989, it lasted to 1998, almost ten years, with branches in Mexico (Amor y Rabia) and in English-speaking Canada. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / repression / prisoners / opinion / analysis Sunday March 25, 2007 10:46 by Wayne Price
Based on Martin Niemoeller's well-known statement about Nazi persecution, which begins, "They first came for the Communists and I did not speak up--because I wasn't a Communist." read full story / add a comment
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international / the left / review Sunday February 25, 2007 04:14 by Wayne Price   text 11 comments (last - saturday february 28, 2015 05:25)   image 1 image
A collection of scattered thoughts about anarchism, anthropology, and academic studies is reviewed. David Graeber argues against the need for a revolutionary confrontation with the state or its eventual overthrow. Instead, he favors a gradualist approach which leaves the state alone. [Italian] read full story / add a comment
internationaal / links / opinion/analysis Monday February 05, 2007 20:08 by Wayne Price   text 2 comments (last - friday may 15, 2009 21:51)
Pacifisten geloven dat een betere wereld kan worden gewonnen zonder enig gebruik van geweld door het volk. Terwijl geweldloze methodes nuttig kunnen zijn werken ze niet altijd. Sommige conflicten moeten worden uitgevochten. Revoluties kunnen geweld bevatten. Wij anarchisten willen een wereld zonder oorlog of enige soort van geweld. Maar om die te krijgen zal er een sociale revolutie moeten zijn om de maatschappij volledig te veranderen, de heersende klasse en diens staat omver te werpen. We zullen proberen revolutionair geweld tot een minimum te beperken, maar de gemene, brutale, aard van de kapitalistische klasse zal tenminste de dreiging van massaal geweld vereisen. read full story / add a comment
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international / the left / feature Wednesday January 24, 2007 19:30 by Wayne Price   text 40 comments (last - wednesday may 09, 2007 00:38)   image 1 image
Pacifists believe that a better world can be won without any use of popular violence. While nonviolent methods can be useful, they do not always work. Some conflicts have to be fought through. Revolutions may have to include violence. [Română] read full story / add a comment
internacional / la izquierda / opinión / análisis Tuesday December 26, 2006 22:02 by Wayne Price   text 1 comment (last - tuesday december 26, 2006 22:11)
¿Qué debieran hacer los anarquistas revolucionarios cuando algún gobierno electo es derrocado por un golpe de derechas? Pienso, por ejemplo, en el golpe del 2002 en Venezuela en contra del presidente Hugo Chávez. Este golpe fue realizado por parte del Ejército en conjunto con la mayoría de los capitalistas. Fue apoyado por el gobierno de los EEUU y por otras instituciones de ese país. Parte del apoyo norteamericano fue abierto (reconocimiento inmediato del nuevo régimen) y parte fue en secreto (financiamiento previo de los golpistas) Sin embargo, el golpe fue rápidamente derrotado gracias a múltiples factores: la presión de los trabajadores y pobres de Venezuela, el apoyo a Chávez de los mandos bajos del Ejército y la presión internacional de otros gobiernos sudamericanos. Chávez fue ayudado por el hecho de que muchos gobiernos y empresarios saben que no es en realidad anti-capitalista, a pesar de su retórica radical. read full story / add a comment
international / the left / opinion / analysis Wednesday December 20, 2006 12:45 by Wayne Price   text 24 comments (last - monday december 31, 2007 02:56)
Comments on my experience writting regularly for Anarkismo.net, in the light of my political history. read full story / add a comment
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