The Argentinean Cordobazo – May 1969, a moment in the resurgence of the international class struggle – ICC

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Fifty years after the workers’ uprising in the city of Córdoba, it is still necessary to reflect on its meaning, because throughout those same fifty years the left apparatus of capital has been presenting distorted versions of its origins and the political responses it generated, preventing the working class from […]

Address to the Revolutionaries of Algeria and of All Countries – Situationist International

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distributed clandestinely in Algiers, July 1965reprinted in Internationale Situationniste #11 (October 1967) Translated by Ken Knabb COMRADES, The collapse of the revolutionary image presented by the international Communist movement is taking place forty years after the collapse of the revolutionary movement itself. This time gained for the bureaucratic lie — that supplement […]

Address to All Workers – Enragés-Situationist International Committee, Council for Maintaining the Occupations

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Paris, 30 May 1968 Translated by Ken Knabb COMRADES, What we have already done in France is haunting Europe and will soon threaten all the ruling classes of the world, from the bureaucrats of Moscow and Peking to the millionaires of Washington and Tokyo. Just as we have made Paris dance, the […]

What distinguishes revolutionaries from Trotskyism ? – ICC

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What distinguishes revolutionaries from Trotskyism? Submitted by International Review on 5 November, 2009 We are publishing two articles from Internationalisme, organ of the Gauche Communiste de France[1] dedicated to the question of Trotskyism and written in 1947. At this time, Trotskyism had already abandoned proletarian internationalism by participating in the Second World War, unlike the […]

The Revolutionary Program of Communist Society Eliminates All Forms of Ownership of Land, the Instruments of Production and the Products of Labor, PCInt

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Engels and the Agrarian Programs of the Socialist Parties In September 1894, at its Nantes Congress, the French Workers Party (the party of Guesde and Lafargue) adopted an agrarian action program. In October, in Frankfurt am Main, the German Social Democratic Party of Engels was engaged in addressing the same […]