Anarchists Never Surrender

' It provides a complete picture of Victor Serge's relationship to anarchism. The volume contains writings going back to his teenage years in Brussels, where he became influenced by the doctrine of individualist anarchism.

Author: Victor Serge

Publisher: PM Press

ISBN: 9781629630311

Category: Political Science

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Anarchists Never Surrender anthologises Victor Serge's previously unavailable texts on anarchism and fleshes out the portrait of this brilliant writer and thinker, a man who legendary American journalist I.F. Stone called one of the 'moral figures of our time.' It provides a complete picture of Victor Serge's relationship to anarchism. The volume contains writings going back to his teenage years in Brussels, where he became influenced by the doctrine of individualist anarchism.
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Voices of the Paris Commune

Anarchists Never Surrender: Essays, Polemics, and Correspondence on
Anarchism, 1908–1938 Victor Serge • Editor: Mitchell Abidor • Foreword: Richard
Greeman ISBN: 978-1-62963-031-1 256 Pages Anarchists Never Surrender
provides a ...

Author: Mitchell Abidor

Publisher: PM Press

ISBN: 9781629631820

Category: Political Science

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The Paris Commune of 1871, the first instance of a working-class seizure of power, has been subject to countless interpretations: reviled by its enemies as a murderous bacchanalia of the unwashed while praised by supporters as an exemplar of proletarian anarchism in action, both a successful model to be imitated and as a devastating failure to be avoided. All of the interpretations are tendentious. Historians view the working class's three-month rule through their own prism, distant in time and space. Voices of the Paris Commune takes a different tack. In this book only those who were present in the spring of 1871, who lived through and participated in the Commune, are heard. The Paris Commune had a vibrant press, and it is represented here by its most important newspaper, Le Cri du Peuple, edited by Jules Vall&ès, member of the First International. Like any legitimate government, the Paris Commune held parliamentary sessions and issued daily printed reports of the heated, contentious deliberations that belie any accusation of dictatorship. Included in this collection is the transcript of the debate in the Commune and a selection from the inquiry carried out 20 years after the event by the intellectual review La Revue Blanche.
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Eclipse and Re emergence of the Communist Movement

Anarchists. Never. Surrender: Essays,. Polemics,. and. Correspondence. on.
Anarchism,. 1908–1938. Victor. Serge. ISBN: 978–1–62963–031–1 $20.00 304
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Author: Gilles Dauve

Publisher: PM Press

ISBN: 9781629630434

Category: Political Science

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The original essays included here were first written between 1969 and 1972 by people involved in the most radical aspects of the French general strike and circulated among left communist and worker circles. Over the years these three essays have been published separately in various languages and printed as books in both the U.S. and the UK with few changes. This third English edition is updated to take into account the contemporary political situation; half of the present volume is new material. The book argues that doing away with wage-labor, class, the State, and private property is necessary, possible, and can only be achieved by a historical break, one that would certainly differ from October 1917, yet it would not be a peaceful, gradual, piecemeal evolution either. Like their historical predecessors, the authors still believe in revolution.
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Birth of Our Power

Anarchists. Never. Surrender: Essays,. Polemics,. and. Correspondence. on.
Anarchism,. 1908–1938. Victor. Serge. ISBN: 978–1–62963–031–1 $20.00 304
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Author: Victor Serge

Publisher: PM Press

ISBN: 9781629630304

Category: Fiction

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Birth of Our Power is an epic novel set in Spain, France, and Russia during the heady revolutionary years 1917–1919. Serge’s tale begins in the spring of 1917, the third year of mass slaughter in the blood-and-rain-soaked trenches of World War I, when the flames of revolution suddenly erupt in Russia and Spain. Although the Spanish uprising eventually fizzles, in Russia the workers, peasants, and common soldiers are able to take power and hold it. Serge’s “tale of two cities” is constructed from the opposition between Barcelona, the city “we” could not take, and Petrograd, the starving, beleaguered capital of the Russian Revolution besieged by counter-revolutionary Whites. Between the romanticism of radicalized workers awakening to their own power in a sun-drenched Spanish metropolis to the grim reality of workers clinging to power in Russia’s dark, frozen revolutionary outpost. The novel was composed a decade after the revolution in Leningrad, where Serge was living in semicaptivity because of his declared opposition to Stalin’s dictatorship over the revolution.
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Never Surrender

In four years you ' ve reduced this country to a state of anarchy where banks are
robbed , policemen shot , and innocent men and women are beaten up or
murdered in their beds allegedly by the Resistance . Every criminal in the country
has ...

Author: Clive Egleton

Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited

ISBN: 0727860593

Category: Fiction

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The nuclear deterrent had failed While Britain had an arsenal of terrifying weapons that it dared not use, the other side only needed to use theirs once. When a Russian Scragg missile hit Bristol, Britain knew it was all over. There were some people who accepted the armistice and occupying forces without opposition, believing they were working for a better society. But for the others, the Resistance, there was never been any question of compromise.
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Railways and Their Employees

will never surrender it while they have strength to defend it . ... Stripped of the
verbiage under cover of which the anarchist author conceals the hideous
character of his proposals , it is not less than a plot to bring about anarchy by the
murder of ...

Author: Ossian Doolittle Ashley

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105020078171

Category: Cooperation

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Anarchy

Only insurrection recognises that ends and means are in practice the same , that
men can never surrender their responsibility . Revolution uses dissent at one
moment , only to enforce rigid assent at the next - revolutionary disobedience
today ...

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ISBN: UVA:X000371281

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The Chautauquan

for the punishment of anarchists who assassinate or have been a relief to all his
friends when attempt to assassinate the ... He is our guarantee anarchy shall be
summarily apprehended , that the nation can never surrender its right and upon ...

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Epitaph For A Desert Anarchist

Without “ a terrible and bloody struggle , ” Bakunin believed , the defenders of the
establishment ( Church , State , and Capitalism ) would never surrender their
powers and privileges . And Bakunin was not one to make small plans .

Author: James Bishop

Publisher: Touchstone Books

ISBN: UCSC:32106015322602

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Offers a profile of the late naturalist and social critic
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Beyond Sovereignty and Anarchy

Because individuals can never surrender their right to selfpreservation , even to
the sovereign , individuals have a right to fight for their preservation even when
they are being punished for a crime . But in case a great many men together ,
have ...

Author: Jonathan James Edward Havercroft

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00861280M

Category: Human rights

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No Surrender

people in the last five years and who flood the communities with drugs say that
we “ have no respect for human life . ... in " A Soldier ' s Story : Writings by a
Revolutionary New Afrikan Anarchist " published by Solidarity in Montréal , 2001
) .

Author: David Gilbert

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ISBN: UOM:39015069762964

Category: Social Science

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A founder of Columbia University SDS, and a veteran of the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War Movements, David Gilbert joined the Weather Underground Organization in the late ­60's. After more than 10 years of clandestine resistance, he was captured in the course of an armed action in 1981. Gilbert has been a revolutionary political prisoner for 22 years, continuing his work as an AIDs activist, and author from behind the walls. This first collection of David Gilbert's prison writings is a unique contribution to our understanding of the most ambitious and audacious attempts by white anti-imperialists to build an underground movement "within the belly of the beast." With unsparing honesty (and unfailing humor), he discusses the errors and successes of the WUO and their allies; the pitfalls of racism, sexism and ego in revolutionary organizations; and the possibilities and perils facing today's growing anti-imperialist resistance. Includes forewords by political prisoners Marilyn Buck and Sundiata Acoli. "This book stands alone in the growing number of books about the 1960s, the anti-Vietnam War Movement, and the Weather Underground Organization because of David's willingness to own it and analyze it. His discussion of the strength's and weaknesses of this history, the role of armed struggle, the rise of terrorism, the continued aggression of the U.S. government speak directly to the concerns of everyone working for justice anywhere. David's discussion of these topics is freer, more alive, and more honest than any I have read. This book should stimulate learning from our political prisoners, but more importantly it challenges us to work to free them, and in doing so take the best of our history forward." [Susan Rosenberg, former U.S. political prisoner] "David Gilbert is a warrior in the most profound sense of the term. Imbued with a near-crystalline clarity of principle, the indomitable courage to live his life in accordance with the values he holds true, and, most importantly, his every action guided by the immensity of his love for the wretched of this earth, he is truly an inspiration. Predictably, given the strength of Gilbert's character, his writings are offered as tools -- nay, WEAPONS -- in the ongoing struggle for liberation. They are thus of incalculable value to each of us who aspires to the attainment of freedom, justice and dignity for ALL people." [Ward Churchill
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The Alabama Law Journal

just in proportion as we refuse to follow the man or the organization which has no
regard for constitutional government . We are ... It is frequently stated that our
Nation will never pass away , and will never surrender to the forces of anarchy
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ISBN: UCAL:B3995897

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Family Herald

We never expressed any sorrow , never any fear ( From Berger's Ladies ' Gazelle
of Fashion . ) ... of one of the colours of the ribbon that trim Jurih ages , and thy
long centuries of anarchy and strife - a happy day that them . ... The most decided
forms are the mantelet - écharpe , and the NO SURRENDER . mantelet - chale .

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The Family Herald

We never expressed any sorrow , never any fear ( From Berger's Ladies ' Gazette
of Fashion . ) ... of one of the colours of the ribbon that trim dark ages , and thy
long . centuries of anarchy and strife --- a happy day that them . ... The niost
decided forms are the mantelet - écharpe , and the NO SURRENDER . mantelei -
chale .

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ISBN: CHI:79252234

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Notebooks 1936 1947

Available for the first time, Victor Serge's intimate account of the last decade of his life gives a vivid look into the Franco-Russian revolutionary's life, from his liberation from Stalin's Russia to his "Mexico Years," when he wrote his ...

Author: Victor Serge

Publisher: New York Review of Books

ISBN: 9781681372716

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Available for the first time, Victor Serge's intimate account of the last decade of his life gives a vivid look into the Franco-Russian revolutionary's life, from his liberation from Stalin's Russia to his "Mexico Years," when he wrote his greatest works. In 1936, Victor Serge—poet, novelist, and revolutionary—left the Soviet Union for Paris, the rare opponent of Stalin to escape the Terror. In 1940, after the Nazis marched into Paris, Serge fled France for Mexico, where he would spend the rest of his life. His years in Mexico were marked by isolation, poverty, peril, and grief; his Notebooks, however, brim with resilience, curiosity, outrage, a passionate love of life, and superb writing. Serge paints haunting portraits of Osip Mandelstam, Stefan Zweig, and “the Old Man” Trotsky; argues with André Breton; and, awaiting his wife’s delayed arrival from Europe, writes her passionate love letters. He describes the sweep of the Mexican landscape, visits an erupting volcano, and immerses himself in the country’s history and culture. He looks back on his life and the fate of the Revolution. He broods on the course of the war and the world to come after. In the darkest of circumstances, he responds imaginatively, thinks critically, feels deeply, and finds reason to hope. Serge’s Notebooks were discovered in 2010 and appear here for the first time in their entirety in English. They are a a message in a bottle from one of the great spirits, and great writers, of our shipwrecked time.
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Household Guest

All his preposses The flag never lowered or dishonored ; sions are unfriendly to
Christianity as a No surrender in Samoa ... bookBetter naturalization laws ;
making , and other forms of gambling , as No tramp , anarchist , criminal or
pauper well ...

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ISBN: WISC:89017652827

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Our Day

All his preposses The flag never lowered or dishonored ; sions are unfriendly to
Christianity as a No surrender in Samoa ... bookBetter naturalization laws ;
making , and other forms of gambling , as No tramp , anarchist , criminal or
pauper well ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081671269

Category: Church and the world

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The Tribune Almanac and Political Register

By its ex No surrender in Samoa . cessive tax on raw materials it impedes No
barbarous queen beheading men in progress in all mechanical employments . "
Hawaii . No lynching . MARYLAND PROHIBITION . No punishment without trial .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119861883

Category: Almanacs, American

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The London Quarterly Review

As he himself confesses over and over again , his ceaseless contests have been
crowned with no great amount of success . ... Since 1688_the country has been
steadily going to anarchy and atheism . ... For parallels to the ignoble surrender
of modern governments since 1840 to secularism in education , the writer has to
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Author: William Lonsdale Watkinson

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:319510021500371

Category: Theology

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The London Quarterly and Holborn Review

As he himself confesses over and over again , his ceaseless contests have been
crowned with no great amount of success . ... Since 1688 the country has been
steadily going to anarchy and atheism . ... For parallels to the ignoble surrender
of modern governments since 1840 to secularism in education , the writer has to
go ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119104342

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