Promises and Reality$2.50
A reprint of this seminal text. A stunning critique of Bolshevism from the anarcho-syndicalist GP Maximoff who participated in the Russian Revolution and was imprisoned by the Bolshevik government.
An Infantile Disorder?$2.50
A survey of the anti-parliamentarist communist movement in Britain during and after WWI, and the effects of Comintern/Bolshevik directives on the efforts at organisational unity. From the...
Kropotkin, Self-Valorization And The Crisis Of Marxism$3.00
An extended essay from this libertarian Marxist comparing the idea of Peter Kropotkin to those of recent "autonomist" Marxists.
The Truth Behind The Legend Of The Heroic Guerrilla, Ernesto Che Guevara$2.00
At last, a thorough, if brief, critique of Che - the man and the myth. From a libertarian perspective. A welcome antidote to one of the more reactionary revolutionary poster children.
The Theory Of The Vanguard Party And Its Application To The Black Movement In The US Today$2.00
Originally published in 1974, this essay provides a refreshing critique. Addressing Black socialists and Black nationalists Kimathi Mohammed draws on the tradition of C.R.L. James to argue...
Thoughts On Getting There$2.00
Somewhat of a follow-up to Listen Anarchist! This pamphlet briefly looks at why things are the way they are, why people put up with it, why both anarchism and Marxism have failed, and what we can...
Having begun a critical reassessment of Marx and the Italian ultra-left in the face of the events of the late 60's, Camatte and his comrades were led to conclude that "what is invariant is the...
Nestor Makhno, a major figure of the anarchist peasant insurgency in the Ukraine which fought both Tsarists and Bolsheviks, wrote this account of his interviews with the Bolshevik leaders, Lenin...
(November 1820–August 1895)$5.00
Another original pamphlet from 1946, unearthed from a secret Charles H Kerr cache! This is a brief sketch of the life and work of Engels, Marx's closest associate, and collaborator.
A Marxian Interpretation$4.00
A dusty original from 1947, from the vaults of Charles H Kerr. Actually, this is an entertaining, and informative, short history of the political economy of money.