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The Hidden Marxist Tradition

Marxism and Philosophy - Karl Korsch
Three Essays on Marxism - Korsch
Revolutionary Theory - Korsch/Kellner
Karl Korsch: A study in Western Marxism - Patrick Goode
Anti-Bolshevik Communism - Paul Mattick
Marx and Keynes - Paul Mattick
Economic Crisis and Crisis Theory - Paul Mattick
Economics, Politics and the Age of Inflation - Paul Mattick
Karl Marx: His life and Work - Otto Ruhle
Open letter to comrade Lenin - Herman Gorter
Pannekoek and Gorter’s Marxism - ed. D.A Smart
Workers’ Councils - Anton Pannekoek
Lenin as Philosopher - Pannekoek
The Radical Tradition: A study in Modern Revolutionary Thought - Richard Gombin
The Origins of Modern leftism - Richard Gombin
Root and Branch: The Rise of the Workers Movements - Root and Branch Collective
Come Dungeons Dark: The Life and Times of Guy Aldred - John Taylor Caldwell
Severely Dealt With & With Fate Conspire: Memoirs of a Glasgow Seafarer and Anarchist - John Taylor Caldwell (Two volumes of this libertarian communists and comrade of Guy Aldreds autobiography - recommended)
Anti-Parliamentary Communism: The Movement for Workers Councils in Britain, 1917-45 - Mark Shipway
The Dutch and German Communist left - Phillip Bourrinett
The Italian Communist Left 1926-45 - Phillip Bourrinett
The Eclipse and Re-emergence of the Communist Movement - Gilles Dauve (Jean Barrot) and Francois Martin (Very strongly recommended)
Murdering the Dead: Amadeo Bordiga on Capitalism and other Disasters - Antagonism Press
Bordiga versus Pannekoek - Antagonism Press
Political and Social Writings in Three Volumes - Cornelius Castrates (Highly recommended - from the blinged up main theorist of the highly influential French Socialisme ou Barbarie group)
The Imaginary Institution of Society - Castoriadis
Revolution Retrieved: Selected Writings on Marx, Keynes, Capitalist Crisis, and New Social Subjects 1967-83 - Toni Negri (Essential - and before all the post-modern wank that’s plagued his later work)
Marx Beyond Marx: Lessons on the Grundrisse - Toni Negri (Again - essential)
Empire - Negri & Hardt (Still worth reading despite its may flaws - light years ahead of the leftists)
Labor of Dionysus - Negri & Hardt
Insurgencies - Negri
Time for Revolution - Negri
Communist Like Us - Negri & Felix Guattari
Storming Heaven: Class Composition and Struggle in Italian Autonomist Marxism - Steve Wright (Recommended)
Auroras of the Zapatistas: Local and Global Struggles of the Forth World War - Midnight Notes
Midnight Oil: Work, Energy, War 1973-1992 - Midnight Notes
Strange Victories - Midnight Notes
The Arcane of Reproduction: Housework, Prostitution and Capital - Leopoldina Fortunati
The Power of Women and the Subversion of Community
Reading Capital Politically - Harry Cleaver
What is to be Done: Leninism, Anti-Leninist Marxism and the Question of revolution Today - ed Werner Bonefeld & Sergio Tischler
Revolutionary Writing - Ed. Bonefeld (Useful collection of articles from the old Edinburgh based autonomist journal Common Sense)
Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today - John Holloway
Global Capital, National State and the Politics of Money: ed. By Bonefeld and Holloway
State and Capital: A Marxist Debate - ed by Holloway and Sol Picciotto
Open Marxism, Three Volumes: Dialectics and History; Theory and Practice; Emancipating Marx - ed. By Bonefeld, Holloway, Richard Gunn and Kosmas Physchopedis
In and Against the State - London-Edinburgh Weekend Return Group (Basically the same bods as above and the Common Sense lot)
Bolo’Bolo - P.M
Reform or Revolution - Rosa Luxemburg
The Mass Strike - Rosa Luxemburg
The Russian revolution - Rosa Luxemburg
Leninism or Marxism? - Rosa Luxemburg
The Accumulation of Capital - Rosa Luxemburg
Rosa Luxemburg Speaks - ed. Mat-Alice Waters
Rosa Luxemburg (Two Volumes) - Peter Nettl
State Capitalism and World Revolution - C.L.R James
The Black Jacobins - C.L.R James
Caliban’s Freedom: The Early Political Though of C.L.R James - ed. Anthony Bogues
C.L.R James: His life and Work - ed. Paul Buhle
Marxism For Our Times: C.L.R James on Revolutionary Organisation - ed, Marty Glaberman
Rethinking C.L.R James - ed. Grant Farred
The C.L.R James Reader - ed. Anna Grimshaw
Philosophy and Revolution - Raya Dunayevskaya
The Power of Negativity: Selcted Writings on the Dialectic in Hegel and Marx - - Raya Dunayevskaya
Marxism and Freedom - - Raya Dunayevskaya
Rosa Luxemburg, Women’s Libertation and Marx’s Philosophy of Revolution - Raya Dunayevskaya
Law and Marxism - E.B Pashunkanis
Late Marxism and the Russian Road - Teodor Shanin
Essays on Marx’s Theory of Value - I.I Rubin
Marx at the Millennium - Cyril Smith (Though he now seems to be backtracking as fast as he can from the implications of his book)
Marx Without Myth - Maximillien Rubel & Margaret Manale
Obsolete Communism - Gabriel and Daniel Cohn-Bendit
This World We Must leave - Jacques Cammatte

message 2: by Bhaskar (new)

Bhaskar Sunkara Hal Draper's "Two Souls of Socialism" is an indispensible essay to the tradition of socialism from below (hell he coined the phrase). You may think his critique of anarchism to be too harsh though.

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