Monthly Archives: May 2018

An anarchist reading of the Nicaraguan rebellion

From the CrimethInc collective  (06/05/2018)…

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Vanishing points in working class culture: Miguel Amorós

As a complement to our last post “Revolution imagined outside history”, we share an essay by the anarchist militant-writer Miguel Amorós on the possibility of revolution after the “death of the working class”.

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Revolution imagined outside history

Utopia of a Tired Man Borges story Illustration by Federico Abuyé   The chronicler, who recounts events without distinguishing between the great and small, thereby accounts for the truth, that nothing which has ever happened is to be given as … Continue reading

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In a rebellious month of May, reflections on militant autonomy

Radical political militancy is never intellectually unarmed, for it always assumes some understanding of what it contests and of how it can or should be overcome.  It also carries with it some idea of what is to follow the detested … Continue reading

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Peter Linebaugh: May Day from the “longue durée”

To read May Day historically is not only to take us back to the late 19th century working class struggles for a shorter workday, but also to see that this day was far more than a fight for better working … Continue reading

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