Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayos has 78 ratings and 8 reviews. Broadsnark said: On the one hand, it is always interesting to read about some. Los anarquistas expropiadores. Osvaldo Bayer. NON FICTION. PLANETA, PÁGINAS. In early twentieth-century Argentina, anarchist expropriators. Get this from a library! Los anarquistas expropiadores, Simón Radowitzky y otros ensayos. [Osvaldo Bayer].
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Los anarquistas expropiadores
Preview — Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayos by Osvaldo Bayer. Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayos by Osvaldo Bayer. El primero de ellos es una especie de complemento al trabajo del mismo autor titulado Severino Di Giovanni, el idealista de la violencia, recordado anarquista expropiador.
Esta obra ha sido dividida en dos partes: Durante la dictadura militar, que se iniciara en”desaparecieron” ocho mil ejemplares de estas investigaciones. Paperbackpages. Published November 28th by Planeta first published November To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayosplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayos.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Solidly entertaining and gave me way too much to chew on as far as how history repeats itself. While the bias of the author and editor comes through clearly they believe that the expropriators were probably not the best thing to happen to Argentina’s anarchist movement, but that the organizationalist response to them was heavy-handed and uncomradelyand it’s clear which characters the author sympathizes with more than others, this is a pretty epic tale of real life anarchist gangsters.
This short book really challenged your morality on what length it’s acceptable to go to in the funding of a radical in this case anarchist movement.
The expropriators didn’t believe in property or capital so they saw nothing wrong in stealing from any business owner or bank sometimes with casualties along the way to fund the movement. It also highlights the strong division amongst the ideological anarchists and the expropriators to give you an idea- the ideologues continually shamed the exp This short book really challenged your expropladores on what length it’s acceptable to go to in the funding of a radical in this case anarchist movement.
It also highlights the strong division amongst the ideological anarchists and the expropriators to give you an idea- the ideologues continually shamed the expropriators to the point where an expropriator murdered the editor of their magazine ‘La Protesta’. I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in anarchism and radical movements in general.
After reading Patagonia Rebelde by Bayer, I figured I would check this sxpropiadores out too to get a more rounded idea of the development of Argentine Anarchism. While it appears that much of the same activity was happening as in Spain, it seems weaker, more divided, less developed in revolutionary theory than in individualistic propaganda of the deed, and created cycles of attack and counter attack to raise money to get comrades out of jail.
The actual murders of anarchists by xnarquistas anarchists in debates After reading Patagonia Rebelde by Bayer, I figured I would check this one out too to get a more rounded idea of the development of Argentine Anarchism. The actual murders of anarchists by other anarchists in debates over expropriation seems rather relevant for today’s sectarianism and only furthers my view that we must support our comrades who are attacked by the state, while building up a credible revolutionary infrastructure who can actually revolt.
This urban guerrilla activity is a necessary experience which came out of a very repressive situation, but ultimately failed.
Los anarquistas expropiadores y otros ensayos by Osvaldo Bayer (2 star ratings)
We need to examine historical periods like this ls we can ultimately learn from our mistakes and hope to build a powerful movement that can take on our class enemies. Feb 02, Felipe rated it really liked it Shelves: Tres sobre el anarquismo y tres de relleno sobre investigaciones o eventos sucedidos en o a la orilla de Argentina.
Bayer escribe muy bien, con una cadencia muy atrapante. No me llega a convencer de todo la falta de fuentes en sus escritos. El segundo, “El naufragio de la Rosales: El tercero, “Graff Spee. El fin del corsario” no tiene que ver con negociados ni trampas ni nada.
On the one hand, it is always interesting to read about some piece of anarchist history that I knew nothing about.
On the other hand, I’m exhausted with reading about self righteous male anarchists with almost no context about how their actions affected the other people particularly the women in their communities. The book itself is a sprint that doesn’t stop for a ton of reflection. Though I suppose it could kick start a fairly interesting conversation and might not be a bad book group choice On the one hand, it is always interesting to read about some piece of anarchist history that I knew nothing about.
Though I suppose it could kick start a fairly interesting conversation and might not be a bad book group choice for those who want to talk about ways and means using a real historical example. More exproliadores a narrative work than theoretical, with little inclusion on reflection or self-reflexivity.
Los Anarquistas Expropiadores : Y Otros Ensayos
Nevertheless, a fascinating albeit brief case study in the history of factionalism in anarchist movements. I was delighted to get this ebook through the Friends of AK Press program. I had no idea about Argentinian labor and anarchist movements let alone the fact that Durutti was active in Argentina before burning churches in Spain.
These gangs or crews would typically rob banks or businesses and use the money for prisoner support, to aid the families of those in prison, or to work on digging holes to help pr I was delighted to get this ebook through the Friends of AK Press program. These gangs or crews would typically rob banks or businesses and use the money for prisoner support, to aid the families of those in prison, or to work on digging holes to help prisoners escape–among many other projects.
The narrator simply lays out the history and mostly abstains from judgement of their tactics. There are lessons to be learned about effective tactics and the narrator urges us to look at the events as in a particular time and space–subjectively.
This is a reissue of a companion piece to a book written in It has great new graphic design by Josh MacPhee. Gabriel rated it it was amazing Feb 05, Dan rated it liked it Sep 26, German Gonzalez rated it really liked it May 12, Santiago Vazquez rated it really liked it Feb 28, Pablo Gianella rated it liked it Jan 01, Lucklover rated it liked it Sep 01, Juliana Malladas rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Joshua Williams rated it really liked it Apr 22, Hernan Sadorin rated it really liked it Apr 30, Cambalache Majere rated it really liked it Dec 12, Roberto rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Irene Loewy rated it it was amazing Apr 08, Max rated it really liked it Jun 14, Ariel Adelstein rated it liked it Apr 09, Claudio rated it it was amazing Nov 13, Mauro Alonso rated it liked it Aug 10, Adrian rated it liked it Apr 23, It is an engaging and enjoyable translation; the book is an important contribution to understanding anarchist expropriation strategies and histories.
Durruti is an important figure in anarchist and expropriation histories and narratives. The opening introduction provides a good overview. It helps contextualize Bayer and South American anarchism for those unfamiliar with them.
Also set forth is a discussion of global connections and anarchist networks. The key events timeline at the very front offers additional useful context and structure to understand the multiple events and actors. It was refreshing to see how central prison liberation was for many of the expropriators. They used funds not just to feed and support prisoners; they also sought to fully liberate them.
More than just words, their solidarity with political prisoners is inspiring and impressive. The book is well made, easy to read, and easily fits in the pocket. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Osvaldo Jorge Bayer Santa Fe,1 Argentina, 18 de febrero de es un historiador, escritor y periodista anarquista argentino.
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