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Anarchism & Socialism
Reformism or Revolution?

Price, Wayne
Publisher:  Black Cat Press
Year Published:  2010  
Pages:  218pp   Price:  $17.50   ISBN:  978-0-9812897-0-0
Resource Type:  Book

In these essays grouped around common themes, Wayne Price draws on decades of extensive practical experience in antiwar and student movements, marxist tendency groups and affinity-based anarchist organizations, to make an insightful case for "pro-organizational," class-struggle anarchism.


Table of Contents

Part I: What is Revolutionary, Class Struggle, Anarchist-Communism?

- What is Class Struggle Anarchism?
- The Relationship Between the Working Class and Nonclass Oppression
- Anarchist Organization, Not Leninist Vanguardism
- What is Anarchist-Communism?
- Industrial Capitalism and Civilization

Part II: Reformism or Revolution

- Confronting the Question of Power
- Our Program is the Anarchist Revolution!
- Elements of a Program for Labor
- Paul Goodman’s Anarchism
- Hal Draper and Socialism-from-Below
- The Crisis of Capitalism

Part III: The Nature of the “Communist” Countries & the Russian Revolution

- What Do We Mean by Anti-Capitalism?
- The Bureaucratic Ruling Class
- State Capitalism
- The Degeneration of the Russian Revolution


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