Anarchism

Michael Yates mikey+ at SPAMpitt.edu
Sat Mar 10 08:35:42 MST 2001


Louis,

Check on www.akpress.com.  They have a remarkable list of anarchist
works.

michael yates

Louis Proyect wrote:
>
> Over on the wild and woolly world of Usenet, I have begun a little flame
> war with an anarchist named Anarcho who had posted a response to a critique
> by Alex Callinicos in the SWP magazine. Although I feel a little bit like a
> cat playing with a mouse, it has planted a seed in my mind about doing a
> series of articles on "Marxism and Anarchism" as soon as I am finished
> investigating deregulation.
>
> I'm not so much interested in abstract theorizing about the state, although
> I will certainly get into that. I am much more interested in examining
> anarchist activity and figures, such as Nestor Makhno, a saint of their
> movement who was basically a peasant insurgent in the Ukraine in 1919-1921.
> I have a 1982 book on Makhno written by one Michael Malet, which is proving
> useful.
>
> What I am looking for is books/articles that investigate topics like:
>
> 1. Kronstadt
> 2. Makhno
> 3. Spanish Civil War
> 4. etc.
>
> (I should mention that it is not necessary to cite Trotsky's writings since
> I am already intimately familiar with them.)
>
> Also, if anybody knows of a book titled something like "Marxism versus
> Anarchism", I'd like to know about that as well just to see how the topic
> had been treated previously.
>
> Louis Proyect
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