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New FdCA theoretical pamphlet - "Anarchist Communists: A Question of Class"

category international | anarchist movement | link to pdf author Thursday September 01, 2005 19:53author by Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici - FdCAauthor email internazionale at fdca dot it Report this post to the editors

Launch of the first in a new series of English-language political pamphlets produced by the (Italian) Federation of Anarchist Communists.

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The Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici announces the launch of the first pamphlet in its new series of English-language political pamphlets: "Anarchist Communists: A Question of Class".

The text, produced by the FdCA's Studies Commission, sets out in a thorough way the distinguishing features of Anarchist Communism and forms part of the federation's Theory.

It is available for download on our website in PDF format and will also be included on the website in html format at a later date.

To download the pamphlet, please visit our website and select "FdCA Publications" from the left-hand menu. Alternatively, you can download it directly from these links:
PDF version (2.2Mb)
ZIP version (1.3Mb)


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author by Nestor McNab - FdCApublication date Thu Jul 03, 2008 19:18Report this post to the editors

The text is now also available to read online HERE:

 
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Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?
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From the Foreword by Andrew Flood (Workers Solidarity Movement--Ireland):

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