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Auteur: Landstreicher, Wolfi (red.)
Titel: The fullness of a struggle without adjectives
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This is an engaging new title comprised of material originally published in the Italian anarchist weekly paper Canenero during the winter of 1996-97 (before it soon went defunct). The subject being discussed is armed struggle from a critical insurrectionary anarchist perspective. The pamphlet consists of five short texts: "The Translator's Introduction", in which Wolfi Landstreicher (who has done many marvelous translations from Italian over the past couple years) briefly explains the context of the texts and puts his personal take on it; "Communiqué From Prison", the militant, yet lumpish, piece initiating the discussion, written by two Italian anarchists awaiting trial who advocate for the formation of anarchist armed struggle groups; "The Fullness of a Struggle Without Adjectives", the initial response to the communiqué by the editors of Canenero; "A Missing Debate", a follow-up by the editors who were dissatisfied with the lack of critical discussion on the subject; and "Letter On Specialization", an excellent clarifying response by Massimo Passamani. Overall, the pamphlet raises many important critiques of armed struggle (and other forms of specialized resistance) in an intelligent and applicable fashion.
2008, 16 pag., Euro 0,75
Eberhardt Press, Portland, ISBN Zonder


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