[Marxism] Correction for the Braverman Archive

acpollack2 at juno.com acpollack2 at juno.com
Sun Mar 13 11:52:50 MST 2005


I too am extremely glad to see the Braverman archive, and his theoretical and historical works while, and even after, he left the SWP, are very important.

Just a reminder that another archive -- one especially valuable for those who believe a revolutionary leadership is necessary -- is growing steadily (in fact later today several more articles will be posted there and there's much, much more to come):
http://www.marxists.org/archive/cannon/works/index.htm

Andy

-- Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com> wrote:

I am extremely pleased to see this. Harry Braverman was the co-editor with 
Bert Cochran of the American Socialist magazine, which ran from 1955 to 
1960. These were leaders of the Trotskyist movement who tried to create an 
alternative to sectarianism but were ahead of their time. The late 1950s 
were not propitious for the launching of new left formations, sectarian or 
non-sectarian.





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