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17 November 2017: Added to the Documents and materials of the Russian Revolution Archive:

Decree on Turkish Armenia, November 17, 1917
[Thanks to Zdravko Saveski]

 

16 November 2017: Added to the Alfred Rosmer Archive:

An island of resistance in 1914: la Vie Ouvrière, 1936
[Thanks to Ben Windsor]

 

14 November 2017: Added to the Swedish Lenin Archive:

To The Population, 1917
Declaration of Rights of the Working and Exploited People, 1918
[Thanks to Martin Fahlgren]

 

14 November 2017: Added to the Socialist Review Archive Archive (1993–1996):

Notes of the Month: Tories – The guilty men (1994) (No. 181)
Notes of the Month: Transport – Car wars (1994) (No. 181)
Notes of the Month: National lottery – Head you lose (1994) (No. 181)
Dave Beecham: Poverty – what’s changed? (1994) (No. 181)
Harry Fletcher: Guilty party (interview) (1994) (No. 181)
Mike Simons: Historic compromises – Palestine, (1994) (No. 181)
Judith Orr: Historic compromises – Ireland, (1994) (No. 181)
David Firebrook: Letter from Italy – Roman holiday 1994) (No. 181)
Raphael Rowe: A living nightmare (1994) (No. 181)
Socialisme Internationale: France – Liberty and equality? 1994) (No. 181)
Michael Rosen: King of the jungle (1994) (No. 181)
Briefing: Famine – Food for thought (1994) (No. 181)
Nigel Flanagan: My favourite books (1994) (No. 181)
Films: Introduction (film review) (1994) (No. 181)
Tom Lewis: Licensed to kill (film review) (1994) (No. 181)
Sabby Sagall: Fire Power (film review) (1994) (No. 181)
Home viewing (video review) (1994) (No. 181)
Patrick Connellan: Vertical divisions (thetre review) (No. 181)
Duncan Blackie: Our secret history (TV review) (1994) (No. 181)
Pete Morgan: Marx’s other half (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Chris Chilvers: Under mined (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Judith Lyons; Cruel cargo (book review) (No. 181)
William Alderson: The rule of law (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Chris Nineham: Tamed by television (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Jamie Rankin: Veiled attack (letter) (1994) (No. 181)
John Appleyard: Prejudice can be fought (letter) (1994) (No. 181)
Ged Peck: Blue is the colour (1994) (No. 181)
Alex Callinicos: Historic compromises – South Africa (1994) (No. 181)
Gareth Jenkins: Rotten barrel (1994) (No. 181)
Sharon Smith: No return to Reagan (column) (1994) (No. 181)
Chris Bambery: A time of dying (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Alex Callinicos: Righteous republicans (book review) (1994) (No. 181)
Martin Empson: Genetically gay (letter) (1994) (No. 181)
Pat Stack: Back door bigots (column) (1994) (No. 181)
[Thanks to the late Bob Cox, the Socialist Review Archive & Einde O’Callaghan]

 

13 November 2017: The Spanish section starts an archive for the works of the DDR's Margot Honecker, with:

La otra Alemania, la RDA: Conversaciones con Margot Honecker. (2000)
[Thanks to Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional de Chile]

 

13 November 2017: The Spanish section starts an archive for the works of Luis Corvalán, of the Communist Party of Chile, with:

La URSS y la guerra mundial. (1939)
La línea de liberación. Informe del Comité Central al XI Congreso del Partido Comunista de Chile. (1958)
El último negocio de los latifundistas: Discursos pronunciados por el camarada Luis Corvalán en el Senado de la República durante la discusión de la ley que el gobierno denomina de Reforma Agraria. (1961)
Derrotemos al imperialismo y los gerentes (Informe al Pleno Nacional del Partido Comunista de Chile). (1961)
Hacia la conquista de un gobierno popular.  Informe del Comité Central al XII Congreso del Partido Comunista de Chile. (1962)
Esta, y no otra, es la política de los comunistas. Discurso pronunciado en el Senado el 4 de agosto de 1964 por el Secretario General del Partido Comunista. (1964)
Seguir avanzando con las masas (Documentos del XIII Congreso Nacional del Partido Comunista de Chile. Folleto No. 1). (1965)
¡A combatir a todo sol y aire, al frente de las masas, por la conquista de un gobierno popular! Intervención de resúmen del Pleno del Comité Central. (1966)
La lucha por la tierra. (1966)
Unión de las fuerzas revolucionarias y antiimperialistas de América Latina (1967)
La causa de Checoslovakia socialista es la causa de los pueblos. (1968)
El poder popular, única alternativa patriótica y revolucionaria (Informe al XIV Congreso Nacional del Partido). (1969)
Ricardo Fonseca, combatiente ejemplar. (1971)
Camino de victoria. (1971)
Lo internacional en la línea del PC. (1973)
Recuerdos de mi lucha junto al pueblo. Escrito en las prisiones del fascismo, 1976. (1976)
Chile, 1970-1973. (1978)
Tres períodos en nuestra línea revolucionaria. (1982)
Santiago-Moscú-Santiago: Apuntes del exilio. (1983)
El derrumbe del poder soviético. (1993)
De lo vivido y lo peleado: Memorias. (1997)
La otra Alemania, la RDA: Conversaciones con Margot Honecker. (2000)
El gobierno de Salvador Allende. (2003)
[Thanks to Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional de Chile]

 

12 November 2017: Added to the Anarchism Subject Archive:

Henry Poulaille Archive, including
Response to Crise Manifesto
Miners Speak
[Thanks to Mitch Abidor]

 

10 November 2017: Added to the Portuguese George Breitman Archive:

O Marxismo e a Luta dos Negros, 1964
[Thanks to Fernando Araújo, Carlos Alberto Silva de Souza, Marcos Jundensaider Knijnik and Lars Moirai]

 

10 November 2017: Added to the Socialist Review Archive Archive (1993–1996):

Notes of the Month: Corruption – The worst money can buy (1994) (No. 180)
Notes of the Month: Criminal Justice – Top people’s police (1994) (No. 180)
Notes of the Month: Europe – Bonfire of the certainties (1994) (No. 180)
Social workers & Someone who was in care: Who cares? (1994) (No. 180)
Clare Fermont: Hidden depths (1994) (No. 180)
Stuart Ash: The payback (1994) (No. 180)
Mike Rosen: Children – The best years of their lives? (1994) (No. 180)
Briefing: Crime – On the fiddle (1994) (No. 180)
Morris Beckman: My favourite books (1994) (No. 180)
Sabby Sagall: Madness with a meaning (film review) (1994) (No. 180)
Ian Goodyer: Every picture tells a story (photography review) (1994) (No. 180)
Albie Lithgow: No saviours from on high (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Tony Dabb: The people’s poets (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
John Barrie: Stolen jewel (book review) (No. 180)
Lindi Gonzalez: The search for satisfaction (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Martin Jones: The wild one (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Nicolai Gentchev: White wash (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Phil Turner: Spoken from the heart (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Pete Morgan: Terminate a Tory (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Mark Steel: It’s only a game (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Austin Challen: Unnatural punishments (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Stirling Howieson: Talking down disaster (letter) (1994) (No. 180)
Dirk Harmann: Why did Kohl win? (letter) (1994) (No. 180)
Tom Hurlock: Beyond our control? (letter) (1994) (No. 180)
Anne Kenfeck: They make you sick (1994) (No. 180)
Judith Orr & Lindsey German: Not long to reign over us? (1994) (No. 180)
Pat Stack: Off with their heads (1994) (No. 180)
Gareth Jenkins: Subordinate clause (1994) (No. 180)
Chris Bambery: The promised land (1994) (No. 180)
Sharon Smith: Recovery for the rich (column) (1994) (No. 180)
Judy Cox: Mary’s monster (film review) (1994) (No. 180)
Leo Zelig: How the west was wrecked (film review) (1994) (No. 180)
Lindsey German: Cracking up or cracking down (TV review) (1994) (No. 180)
Alex Callinicos: Struggling through the fog (book review) (1994) (No. 180)
Pat Stack: If you believe that times have changed (column) (1994) (No. 180)
[Thanks to the late Bob Cox, the Socialist Review Archive & Einde O’Callaghan]

 

9 November, 2017: Added to the Edgar Hardcastle Internet Archive:

The Peace Society, November 1921
Workers Under “Labour Rule”, February 1929
The Passing of Snowden, June 1937
The Coming Slump: Does the Gold Standard Matter?, October 1944
Where Do They Go From Here?, April 1946
What Comes After the Labour Government?, July 1947
War and Secret Diplomacy, September 1948
Attlee and Bevan: Much Ado About Nothing, April 1952
The Future according to Galbraith, October 1967
The Report on Trade Unions, August 1968
Marx the Revolutionary: 100 Years of Development and Distortion, March 1983
[Thanks to Adam Buick]

 

8 November 2017: Added to the Portuguese Bordiga Archive:

Tomar a Fábrica ou Tomar o Poder?, 1920;
[Thanks to Rafael Barros]

 

7 November 2017: Added to the Centenary of the Russian Revolution conmemmoration project:

El día que estremeció al mundo: La historia del día en que los bolcheviques cambiaron el mundo, by China Mièville
[Thanks to Juan Fajardo the translation into Spanish]

 

7 November 2017: Added to the Portuguese Gramsci Archive:

Cartas do Cárcere
[Thanks to Reinaldo Pedreira Cerqueira da Silva and Fernando Araújo]

 

7 November 2017: Added to the Motor City Labor League Archive in the Encyclopaedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line (EROL):

A Nice Place to Visit – But You Wouldn’t Want to Live Here! Motor City Coalition [leaflet]
Motor City Labor League [leaflet]
MCLL: Origin, Purpose and Direction
Leninism and the Motor City Labor League [Spring 1972]
Some Suggestions for a Core Library for MCLL Cadre
Notes on Democratic Centralism (for internal use only)
TEP Commission Paper on the Proletariat and on the Political Positions in MCLL!
A Working Paper Toward a Basic MCLL Public Statement
Ravitz Campaign Letter
Ravitz: Toward Our Own Courts
Can the Detroit News Defeat Crockett, Simpson, Razitz and Del Rio?
Ravitz Campaign Training Manual
Campaign Workers Training Notebook
Working Paper on Community Control of the Police
The Dialectics of the Ravitz Campaign
Report of the Central Committee, September 2, 1972
The Attached Paper Represents A Factual Analysis of the Events That Preceded and Precipitated Our Resignations
Struggle Within
To the Members of the Motor City Labor League Regarding the September 1972 Split
Reunification Proposal
[Untitled Reunification Document]
Perspective of Changeover on the Events of August 31 through October 2 (A Setback in the Building of a White Movement)
The Wheel Turns
[Thanks to the EROL team]

 

6 November 2017: Opened the George Breitman archive in the Portuguese-language section, with:

A Necessidade e o Resultado da Independência, 1965
[Thanks to Carlos Alberto Silva de Souza, Marcos Jundensaider Knijnik e Lars Moirai]

 

6 November 2017: Added to the Socialist Review Archive Archive (1993–1996):

Notes of the Month: Strikes – The beginning not the end (1994) (No. 179)
Notes of the Month: Criminal Justice Bill – It’s all against the law (1994) (No. 179)
Notes of the Month: Students – Debt drop outs (1994) (No. 179)
Tony Benn et al.: Following the leader (1994) (No. 179)
Chris Nineham: It’s only natural (1994) (No. 179)
Mike Mansfield: The power of ordinary people (interview) (1994) (No. 179)
Judith Orr: Eight days a week? (1994) (No. 179)
Martin Smith: Community cares (1994) (No. 179)
Briefing: Haiti – Clear and present danger (1994) (No. 179)
Phoebe Watkins: My favourite books (1994) (No. 179)
Shaun Doherty: Ransomed republic (theatre review) (1994) (No. 179)
Gary McFarlane: Melted pot (theatre review) (1994) (No. 179)
Anne Cooper: Caught in the web (film review) (1994) (No. 179)
Pete Morgan: Child’s Play (film review) (No. 179)
Paul Holborow: Part of the union (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Jack Robertson: Chinks in the armour (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Judith Orr: Paramilitary pressure (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Martin Smith: The flickering flame (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Kevin Ovenden: Push or pull? (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Pat Riordan: Death knell of democracy (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Fran Cetti: The vicious circle (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
John Parrington: Early learning (book review) (1994) (No. 179)
Peter Linebaugh: Voices from death row (letter) (1994) (No. 179)
David Stoker: From death row (letter) (1994) (No. 179)
Gary L. Sterling: From death row (letter) (1994) (No. 179)
Ian Ellis: The numbers game (letter) (1994) (No. 179)
Matt Staples: ‘Blood will tell’ (letter) (1994) (No. 179)
Ben Selwyn: The Saatchi strategy (1994) (No. 179)
George Coombs: Witness to murder (1994) (No. 179)
Eamonn McCann & Goretti Horgan: Ireland – what price peace? (1994) (No. 179)
Alex Callinicos: False consciousness (obituary) (1994) (No. 179)
Chris Bambery: Expressions of horror (1994) (No. 179)
Sharon Smith: Dictator’s terms (column) (1994) (No. 179)
Charlie Hore: History happens (film review) (1994) (No. 179)
Pat Stack: Past imperfect (column) (1994) (No. 179)
[Thanks to the late Bob Cox, the Socialist Review Archive & Einde O’Callaghan]

 

5 November 2017: Added to the Finnish Karl Kautsky Archive:

Luokkaharrastuksia, 1903
Siveysoppi ja materialistinen historiankäsitys, 1906
Sosialidemokratia ja isänmaallisuus, 1907
Ranskan vallankumousajan luokkavastakohdat 1789, 1908
[Thanks to Joonas Laine]

 

4 November 2017: The Spanish section announces the creation of an archive for the works of Argentine Communist Party leader, Juan José Real, with:

Nuestra fuerza y nuestras debilidades (1941)

 


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