Monday 10 April 2017

Contents of Deepest Black: Defending Mass-Line Anarchism

This book, part of which was initially published in Brazil almost a decade ago, is a work in progress which I will have completed by the end of this year. It presents four case studies and a comparative analysis of mass anarchist movements that were socially diverse, which included anarcho-/revolutionary syndicalist formations, and which defended themselves and the insurgent working class and peasantry by force of arms.



On anarchist-communist mass organisations under conditions of armed struggle

Chapter 1. Black Sea A (Ukraine)
The Anarcho-Communist Group (GAK) 1918-1921

A Ukrainian anarchist armoured train circa 1919

Chapter 2. Black Sea B (Bulgaria): 
The Bulgarian Anarchist Communist Federation (FAKB) 1919-1948

Bulgarian anarchist insurgents in Madedonia circa 1903

Chapter 3. Black Dragon River (Manchuria): 
The Korean Anarchist Communist Federation (KACF) 1929-1945

Anarchist militia in Manchuria circa 1929

Chapter 4. Black River (Uruguay): 
the Uruguayan Anarchist Federation (FAU) 1956-1976

The National Convention of Workers in Uruguay, 1973

Military Adventurism or Mass Organisation?