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"Socialismo Libertário", No. 17

category brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana | anarchist movement | press release author Tuesday May 06, 2008 22:08author by Fórum do Anarquismo Organizado - FAO Report this post to the editors

Newspaper of the FAO groups

The April-June edition of "Socialismo Libertário", jointly published by the FAO groups, is now available.


"Socialismo Libertário", No. 17


The April-June edition of "Socialismo Libertário", jointly published by the FAO groups, is now available.

The articles in this issue:

Libertarian noticeboard

* Urgency of the streets. Breaking the circle.
* Radical theatre, libertarian and popular theatre.
* 6th ELAOPA.

Editorial

* On developments in the situation regarding Brazil's environment.

MAY DAY SPECIAL

* Alberto R. Parsons

National situation

* Restructuring the production, flexibilization and capital's "new" offensive.
* The GM case - workers in struggle!
* Racism, torture and prison overcrowding in Lula's Brazil.

Regional news

* Mato Grosso: violence and struggle.
* 8 March. Working women looking to the future.
* Territories of citizenship - an opportunity for those below or opportunism for those on top.

International

* Venezuela. We don't want them to govern us, we want to govern.

Theoria & History

* 40 years after May '68.
* A false dilemma: spontaneity versus organization.


Translation by FdCA-International Relations

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author by from a-infospublication date Wed May 07, 2008 02:16Report this post to the editors

here, the summary in Spanish: http://www.ainfos.ca/ca/ainfos09850.html

salud!

 

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