Notes on the Midwest Libertarian Conference, May 28-31, 1976

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syndicalist
Feb 20 2011 00:54

Oh these reports should be a real treat. I recall aspects of this. I wasn't there, but was in contact with many of the folks. Seen a number of the doucments when they came out in then real time.

Alll these years later, some of this stuff may not either make sense or seem "so old". Part of the debates, styles and clashes were as much about real ideas, as they were between Big A anarcho-syndicalists/anarchist-communists/anarcha-feminists and small "m" marxists, socialist-feminists and new leftists coming over to libertarian communist ideas. A number of the mid-west big "A's" became founding members (along with oursleves) of the ACF/NA.

Look forward to further reading. Way cool Juan!

Juan Conatz
Feb 20 2011 02:04

Reading this stuff it seemed like a struggle between what I would consider lifestyle anarchists and libertarian socialists that were still breaking with Marxist-Leninism, with other currents such as anarcho-syndicalists in between this.

Some of this is actually kinda painful to read for me as it reminds me of the recent attempts at a Midwest anarchist 'neteration'....

Juan Conatz
Mar 1 2011 05:21

This is now all typed up and done.

syndicalist
Sep 3 2015 12:26
Note to self