Collected texts, reflections, and how-to guides from the student occupations movement in California, 2009.
An essay on revolution and the future, by Jacques Camatte.
A short, wrenching story by Le Minh Khue, told from the perspective of a young woman fighting as a guerrilla in the Viet Cong.
“A conversation between a mother cat and her kitten regarding the nature of leftism and the State” by Monsieur Dupont.
“On the problem of armed struggle, the reactionary function of the CNT, & possible future developments of the anti- capitalist struggle.”
Interview with the imprisoned members of the autonomous groups active in 1970s Spain, during the revolutionary period of the post-Franco transition. Their original crimes included bank expropriations to financially support fellow workers on wildcat strike.
Excellent radical history of the Vietnamese national liberation struggle, with a particular emphasis on unmasking the fratricidal violence unleashed by Ho Chi Minh’s “communists” against revolutionaries. Published by Solidarity (UK), a pioneering anti-state Marxist group.
A loving intellectual biography of Giorgio Cesareano, whose work was vital to the radical current of the Italian autonomous 70s, but who died in 1976, before its explosion. The psychedelic and transgressive communism practiced by him and his comrades is an important key to the genealogy of today’s subversive movements.