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The Federation of Revolutionary Socialists "International" (F.R.S.I.)


New book portrays a short-lived organization of “council communists, left radicals, syndicalists, and anarchists” in post-World War I Austria.


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Against "Rigid Radicalism"


A review of Nick Montgomery and carla bergman's "Joyful Militancy: Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times".
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Anarchism and Autonomous Marxism


A review of Kevin Van Meter's "Guerrillas of Desire: Notes on Everyday Resistance and Organizing to Make a Revolution Possible".
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Lumpen/Proletariat


A review of J. Sakai's "The 'Dangerous Class' and Revolutionary Theory: Thoughts on the Making of the Lumpen/Proletariat".
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Don't Mourn, Organize! Is Communism a Pipe Dream - or a Viable Future?


A contribution to the Brooklyn Rail's new "Thinking about Communism" series.
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Radical Theory and Academia: A Thorny Relationship


Written with Torkil Lauesen. Originally published by Counterpunch.
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New Classes for a New Class Politics


A review (of sorts) of the new edition of David Gilbert’s “Looking at the U.S. White Working Class Historically”.


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Pierre Ramus Collected Works


Vienna publisher Monte Verità has launched an eight-volume series of the collected works of Pierre Ramus, Austria's best-known anarchist.
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The Legacy of the Comintern and the Global South


A review of Arun Kumar Sinha's “Formative Years of Communist International and the Metamorphosis of Bolshevism”.


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Straight Edge Oral History


Tony Rettman gives us “Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk History”.


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