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Chile: Anatomy of an economic miracle, 1970-1986

We share below an article debunking myths about Chilean dictator General Pinochet’s supposed “economic miracle.” This is the third of a short series that we dedicate to the memory of Chile’s revolutionaries on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Patricio Guzmán’s “La batalla de Chile: La lucha de un pueblo sin armas”

Each government is supported by the armed men, ready to execute its will by force, – the class of people, raised to kill everybody who their superiors order to kill. They are the police and, primarily, the army. The army … Continue reading

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Chile, September 11, 1973

This September 11th marks the 50th anniversary of the military coup d’état against the government of Salvador Allende. We mark the event in memory of all of those who both within and outside the political institutions of Allende’s “democratically elected”, … Continue reading

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Occupy as Rupture

We share an interview with Matt Peterson, by Amogh Sahu, published with The Institute of Anarchist Studies (August 24, 2023). The decade we have left behind, the 2010s, was described by the British journalist Paul Mason as a time where … Continue reading

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Thinking with Mario Tronti

We continue to share material by and about the work of Mario Tronti, in the wake of his recent death. We share a short but excellent essay by Mårten Björk on the trajectory of Tronti’s thought (from NLR/Sidecar 25/08/2023). Embracing … Continue reading

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Learning from the Flames

Reflections on the June 2023 revolt in France, from the CrimethInc. collective (09/08/2023) … On June 2023, in the city of Nanterre, a suburb of Paris, police brutally murdered a teenager named Nahel Merzouk, continuing a pattern of post-colonial violence … Continue reading

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Mario Tronti: Through the imperative to understand

The revolutions of the twentieth century did not fail because of their excessive rigidity, but because of their excessive suppleness: not by reason of their refusal of the late Modern, but because of their poor adaptation to it. The limit … Continue reading

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Ghassan Salhab: If only one wall should remain

From lundimatin #389 (27/06/2023) … To revolutionise ourselves [Révolution sur nous-mêmes]. These three words appeared for the very first time in downtown Beirut, the last two words, about ourselves, had been added to the word revolution, which was already stencilled … Continue reading

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Remembering Brazil’s Days of Struggle (2013)

A reflection on Brazil‘s 2013 popular uprising from the CAB (Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira/Brazilian Anarchist Coordination) … Defending 2013 as an experience of popular struggle! (CAB 22/06/2023) Marking 10 years since the 2013 Days of Struggle, part of the forces of … Continue reading

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Remembering the Stonewall riots of 1969

… if there were only some way of contriving that a state or an army should be made up of lovers and their loves (compare Rep.), they would be the very best governors of their own city, abstaining from all … Continue reading

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