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north america / mexico / anarchist movement / debate Sunday May 08, 2005 20:37 by Heather   text 15 comments (last - thursday may 19, 2005 09:11)   image 1 image
The late 90s and early 21st century saw a rise in energy, inspiration, activity, and exposure for anarchism in the US. But as of late, that motivation and accompanying hope have fizzled to a large extent. I am worried by the trends we are developing and by the direction in which our anarchism is being driven. We need to step back, examine the gains and the mistakes that we’ve made, assess where it is that we must go from here, what path we must take, and what we must do to get there. read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / debate Tuesday April 19, 2005 19:16 by Alan MacSimion   text 8 comments (last - monday june 16, 2008 11:43)
SYNDICALISM is the largest organised tendency in the libertarian movement today. It has built large workers' unions, led major struggles, been the popular expression of anarchism in many countries. To understand the anarchist-communist view of syndicalism we have to look at its roots, its core beliefs and its record. read full story / add a comment
hungary / romania / history of anarchism / debate Tuesday April 12, 2005 00:34 by ?   text 1 comment (last - saturday december 05, 2009 02:48)
This lengthy review of the 'The Organisational Platform of the Libertarian Communists' was found online and seems to try to fuse anarchist communism with left/council communism. This is not unique and offers the other side of a particular debate within anarchist communist than that represented by the organisations active in this site. This is clear in the text below from their rejection of working in mass organisations like unions. read full story / add a comment
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