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Workers’ Dreadnought, 1919
Source: Spartacus Educational 


Sylvia Pankhurst
Source: Peter Tatchell Foundation 


Guy Aldred
Source: Anarchy Archives 


The British Left


References

Anti-Parliamentary Communism : The Movement for Workers’ Councils in Britain, 1917–45 / Mark Shipway. – London : Palgrave Macmillan, 1988 : New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1988. – xiv, 239 p.

Sources: af.north.org  (Anarchist Federation), also: libcom.org , and: Palgrave MacMillan ; also: Google Books  (all incomplete)


Romancing the Revolution: The Myth of Soviet Democracy and the British Left  (Googlebooks, incomplete) / Ian Bullock. – Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) : AU Press, Athabasca University, 2011. – 417 p.


The British Communist Left 1914-1945  / Mark Hayes [ps.]. – [London] : International Communist Current, [2005]. – 147 p.


Sylvia Pankhurst and the Workers’ Dreadnought, 1917-1924


Guy Aldred


 Letter of Guy Aldred to Anton Pannekoek, 10 October 1947

 De Labourparty in Glasgow gehoond. De anti-parlementariërs roeren zich. Zeventien arrestaties [The Labour-Party jeered in Glasgow. The anti-parliamentarians stirring. Seventeen arrests.; on Henderson as murderer of the revolutionary James Connoly, after “The Commune”]; p.i.c., 2e jg., no. 3, januari 1929, no. 3


 The Logic and Economics of the Class Struggle / by Guy A. Aldred. – Second Edition, 6.000, Revised and Enlarged. – London, W. : Printed and Published by the Bakunin Press, 103, Thorpebank Road, Shepherd’s Bush, 1908. – 13 p. – (Pamphlets for the Proletarian ; 1)

Source: libcom.org 


 Pioneers of Anti-Parliamentarism / Guy A. Aldred. – Glasgow : The Strickland Press, 104 George Street, C.1. : Bakunin Press, Bakunin Hall, 29 Castle St., C.4, 1940 – 110 p.– (The Word Library ; 7)
“The editing of these essays has been severe and expressions of political opinion are mine and not that of the authors from whom I have abridged and adapted.”

Source: libcom-org 

  • Contents
    • Foreword
    • Bakunin
    • The Socialism of William Morris
    • William Morris and Anti-Parliamentarism
    • Malatesta
    • John Most
    • Red May: Tragedy and Resurgence
    • Chicago’s Red Martyrs
    • The Chicago Anarchists’ Programme
    • Joseph Dietgen’s Stand
    • Pending Execution
    • Without Prejudice: A Judge’s Apology
    • The Physiognomy of Social Revolution
    • Daniel De Leon
    • In Working-Class Memory
    • The Yellow Chicago
    • From Kotoku’s Correspondence
    • Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxembourg
    • Liebknecht and Spartacus
    • Liebknecht’s Apology
    • Liebknecht’s Mock Trials
    • Militarism and the General Strike
    • Biographical Note
    • Domela Nieuwenhuis
    • Herman Gorter
  • Illustrations
    • Chicago Martyr’s Memorial
    • Rosa Luxembourg

    Compiled by Vico, 8 August 2018, latest additions 14 October 2018



















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