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Notes Towards a Critique of Euro-Marxism

Or How Insurgent Notes Distorts History and Peddles Cold War Anti-Communism with a Left varnish “This starting point uncovers an unacceptable mechanical position; for Marxism to appear on a world scale, the development of the working class to the level … Continue reading

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A farewell to ultra-left idealism

Over the past few years I have sought a theoretical alternative to the ahistorical, subjectivist and individualist mishmash that is anarchism in the form of the conceptual framework provided by the left elements of the early Comintern in Italy (and … Continue reading

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Theses on the right of nations to self-determination (1915)

1 The imperialist epoch is a period of the absorption of small states by large states and of a constant redrawing of the political map of the world towards greater state homogeneity. In this process of absorption many nations are … Continue reading

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Historical Chronology of Action Directe (1972-1987)

1972-1976: the background At the end of the 1960s, the most revolutionary elements of post-68 were grouped around the group Gauche Proletarienne, whose newspaper was called Cause du Peuple (CDP). The political context is understood as being a « new … Continue reading

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