September 26, 2021
From Surrey Anarchist Communists (UK)
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A thirty-minute audio recording of the ACG online presentation on Sunday 5th of September for the Antiuniversity Now Festival 2021.

 

Anarchism is a
political tradition that unites a number of different anti-authoritarian
currents and is seen as an alternative to the Leninist tradition.
However, anarchism itself has been divided historically, to an extent
over the ultimate goal, but largely over important issues of political
analysis, strategy and tactics. The situation is the same today.


This session will look at the distinct tradition of anarchist
communism to explore how it is both similar and different to other
currents. Some of these differences are far from trivial and often put
our current in opposition to those who have been grouped under what we
call big tent anarchism. It is not a question of sectarianism, as we
work with a wide range of anarchists in grass roots campaigns and
projects, but with how we can best build an effective revolutionary
anarchist movement.

Anarchist Communism Vs Big Tent Anarchism on Anchor.fm




Source: Surreyanarchistcommunistgroup.blogspot.com