Anarchosyndicalism, the Russian and the Spanish revolutions

Here are some selected writings on anarchosyndicalism, the Russian revolution and the Spanish Revolution. The ideas and organisation practised by the anarchosyndicalist movement are vital to consider in the struggle for working class liberation. The two revolutions were two pivotal events in the global syndicalist union movement. They give ideas for new forms of struggle in Brisbane today:

Reading List:

Immanuel Ness and Dario Azzellini – Ours to Master and to Own: Workers’ Control from the Commune to the Present

Fernand Pelloutier – History of the Bourses du Travail

Solfed – A History Of Anarcho Syndicalism

Rudolph Rocker – Anarcho-Syndicalism

Vadim Damier – Anarcho Syndicalism in 20th century

Solfed – Fighting For Ourselves

Murray Bookchin – To Remember Spain: Thee anarchist and syndicalist revolution of 1936

Murray Bookchin – The Spanish Anarchists-The heroic years, 1868-1936

Stuart Christie – We, the anarchists! A study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI) 1927-1937

Abel Paz – Durruti in the Spanish Revolution

Robert Michels – Political Parties

GP Maximoff  – The Program of Anarchosyndicalism

Volume – The Unknown Revolution: 1917-1921

Maurice Brinton- The Bolsheviks and Workers Control 1917-1921, The State and Counter-revolution