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We have just published the first issue of our journal. “Endnotes 1: Preliminary Materials for a Balance Sheet of the 20th Century” presents a discussion between two contemporary French groups on the relation between the present class relation and the failed revolutions of the 20th Century. Contents: 1. Bring Out Your Dead; 2. When Insurrections Die, by Gilles Dauvé; 3. Normative History… by Théorie Communiste; 4. Human, All Too Human? by Gilles Dauvé;
5. Love of Labour? Love of Labour Lost… by Gilles Dauvé & Karl Nesic; 6. Much Ado About Nothing by Théorie Communiste; 7. Afterword. More info at: http://endnotes.org.uk/ Gilles Dauve was a former `ultra leftist’ (as they branded themselves) who changed sides in the 70’s and supported the French negationist Faurisson. For more info see Bill Not Bored’s article at: http://news.infoshop.org/article.php?story=20071020111053520#_edn12
Author: Dauve, Gilles & others Year: 2008 ISBN: Pages: 216 Language: English Publisher: Endnotes Publisher's city: London Publication date: