Esperanto is a language designed to facilitate communication between people of different lands and cultures. It was first published in 1887 by Dr. L. L. Zamenhof (1859-1917) under the pseudonym "Dr. Esperanto", meaning "one who hopes", and this is the name that stuck as the name of the language itself. Esperanto is considerably easier to learn than national languages, since its design is far simpler and more regular. Also, unlike national languages, Esperanto allows communication on an equal footing between people, with neither having the usual cultural advantage favoring a native speaker.
by Dan Raphael
An essay originally appearing in Mute magazine: http://www.metamute.org/en/content/invisible_politics_an_introduction_to...
In the wake of the organised left and the demise of working class self-identity, communisation offers a paradoxical means of superseding capitalism in the here and now whilst abandoning orthodox theories of revolution. John Cunningham reports from the picket line of the ‘human strike' read more »
Three texts by Anton Pannekoek
Party and Class (1941)
Why Past Revolutionary Movements Have Failed (1940)
A guide to the mysterious world of the British far left. read more »
An in-depth look at the worker-student action committees of France May '68
Taken from the excellent John Gray site - http://www.geocities.com/~johngray/
Manifiestos y comunicados escrito por el Movimiento 26 de Julio Cubano, encabezado por Fidel Castro, que derroco la dictadura de Batista en 1959. Importante para entender las condiciones que han llevado a la dictadura comunista estatal que existe hoy en dia.
Manifestos and communiques written by the July 26 Movement, headed by Fidel Castro, which overthrew the dictatorship of Batista in 1959. Important for understanding the conditions that have led to the current state-communist dictatorship in Cuba.
"The Twilight of Vanguardism" by David Graeber, analysis of Marxism and Anarchism--particularly authoritarian Marxism--and why there are so few Anarchists in the academy.
CrimethInc.'s essay "Your Politics are Boring as Fuck" in zine format for distro.
Marxism: the Negation of Communism
This pdf text — 'Constructive Anarchism in Aotearoa' — puts forward some ideas on constructive anarchist action, in oder to encourage discussion. Please read, forward widely to anyone interested, and most importantly, respond!
The text is probably too long to place here in full, but it deals with ideas around constructive action we as anarchists can take in our current state of low visibility, especially in the workplace and in our communities. I've tried to write a text I've always wanted to read with regard to concrete anarchist action in NZ. read more »
by Raya Dunayevskaya (Freddie James)
February 20, 1941
by Rudolf Rocker
by Workers Solidarity Movement
An Anarcho-Communist Analysis of the Russian Revolution
by Joe Licentia