libertarian socialism

Choosing Hope: Interview with Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky discusses socialism, anarchism, and the fight for social change in U.S. politics today. This interview originally appeared in the Boston Review. Scott Casleton: In the past you’ve suggested that the Democrats and Republicans aren’t too far apart where it counts, such as in their support for corporate power. Do you still think this, or […]

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Maurice Brinton: Socialism Reaffirmed

Thinking through debates on defining a long term vision of socialism, whether “socialism from below,” or the traditions of libertarian socialism and anarchism, the piece “Socialism Reaffirmed,” written as a 1960 leaflet by the UK based libertarian socialist/libertarian marxist intellectual Maurice Brinton, offers valuable starting points. By Maurice Brinton We here outline certain ideas which […]

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Libertarian Socialism in Latin America: A Roundtable Interview, Part III, Brazil

VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL/SPANISH VERSION VERSÃO PORTUGUESA/PORTUGUESE VERSION In the United States, growing segments of the population are undergoing a period of profound politicization and polarization. Political elites are struggling to maintain control as increasing numbers of people seek out alternatives on the left and the right. In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, political […]

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Libertarian Socialism in Latin America: A Roundtable Interview, Part II, Argentina

VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL/SPANISH VERSION  In the United States, growing segments of the population are undergoing a period of profound politicization and polarization. Political elites are struggling to maintain control as increasing numbers of people seek out alternatives on the left and the right. In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, political organizations on the […]

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Socialismo Libertario en Sur America: Una Entrevista Mesa Redonda, Parte I, Chile

VERSIÓN EN INGLES/ENGLISH VERSION En los Estados Unidos, segmentos crecientes de la población están atravesando un período de profunda politización y polarización. Las elites políticas luchan por mantener el control a medida que un número creciente de personas busca alternativas de izquierda y derecha. A raíz de las elecciones de 2016, las organizaciones políticas de […]

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Libertarian Socialism in South America: A Roundtable Interview, Part I, Chile

VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL/SPANISH VERSION In the United States, growing segments of the population are undergoing a period of profound politicization and polarization. Political elites are struggling to maintain control as increasing numbers of people seek out alternatives on the left and the right. In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, political organizations on the […]

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Workers Power and the Spanish Revolution

In a political moment where the tide of fascism appears to be on the march, looking at past examples can provide inspiration, hope and lessons. In this valuable and lucid long-form essay, veteran writer and activist Tom Wetzel details what George Orwell described when first arriving in anarchist dominated Barcelona as his first time actually seeing […]

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Socialism Will Be Free, Or It Will Not Be At All! – An Introduction to Libertarian Socialism

Image showing CNT aligned militia members during Spanish Revolution. Image also depicts the classic "red wedge" image of the Russian Revolution.

An Intro to Libertarian Socialism By Arthur Pye   Click the image below for pdf pamphlet  Versión Español  Introduction Socialism is officially a buzzword again. According to a recent poll, 44% of U.S. millennials “prefer socialism to capitalism”, and even mainstream Democrats are starting to call themselves socialist. As one headline put it: “Socialism is […]

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What is the Difference Between Libertarianism and Anarchism?

We published this brief piece as a resource to dispel some of the common myths around the meaning of what is currently referred to as “libertarianism” and those of anarchism. We should also add that this confusion appears primarily in the US and only within the last 50-60 years. Below are additional resources we recommend.  […]

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