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New Pamphlet : "Salvador Puig Antich and the MIL (Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion)"

category iberia | history of anarchism | press release author Sunday May 04, 2008 22:54author by KSL - Kate Sharpley Library Report this post to the editors

Salvador Puig Antich was a revolutionary murdered by the state in Barcelona in the last years of the Franco regime. This volume looks at the struggle of the MIL, both in the context of the times, and the light of current attempts to 'rehabilitate' him as a martyr for capitalist 'democracy'.

Contents
The MIL (Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion): a short introduction
Puig Antich and the MIL – Julien Dreux
Some thoughts thirty years on from the Murder of Salvador Puig Antich – C. Sanz
Leaflet left behind at some MIL hold-ups
The 1973 Congress: Self-Dissolution of the Politico-Military Organisation known as the MIL
Class War in Barcelona – Jean Barrot (aka Gilles Dauve) [extract]
Who was Salvador Puig Antich?
Salvador Puig Antich – Ferran Aisa
Puig Antich in the maze – Mateo Rello
The War Goes On... – Local Federation of Anarchist Groups (Barcelona)
Puig Antich, 30 Years On – Javier Ortiz
The Great Swindle: 'This is not the tale of Salvador Puig Antich'


"Salvador Puig Antich and the MIL (Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion)"
Edited by Anna Key, translated by Paul Sharkey
ISBN-13: 9781873605448
Anarchist sources #8
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