Table of contents: From Nationalism to Internationalism

Anonyme, Martes, Noviembre 3, 2009 - 16:25

This booklet tells the story of an activist over a period of about 35 years. For him, it is an easy enough transition from nationalist to Maoist groups, for almost all of them are fundamentally nationalist, with the Stalinist justification of the concept of "socialism in one country" for the latter.

We have just published a booklet, "From Nationalism to Internationalism."

Table of Contents

My origins
My years in the dead-end of nationalism or the nation before classe struggle
Taxi drivers’ Struggle against Murray Hill
My years in the dead-end of Maoism or socialism in one country
October 1970 crisis
Other important events in Quebec and internationally that influenced me
L’Atelier Ouvrier
The In Struggle! (En lutte!) team
1976 Olympic Games underground
Once again, the police and their mercenaries
Dissolution of the Maoist group In Struggle! (En lutte!)
Fight against pesticides in a suburban town
Years ‘89 and ‘90: the collapse of the Soviet Union and its satellites
Summer of 1990 :The Mohawk bourgeoisie’s struggle against the Quebec and
Canadian bourgeoisie
Memoir that plays into the hands of bourgeois democracy
1996 socio-economic summit
Summit of the Americas Quebec City April 2001
Discovering the existence of the communist Left
The International


I- Basic Positions of internationalists of Montreal
II- "every man for himself"
III- Marxism and the police
IV- Terrorism, a War Weapon of the bourgeoisie
V- A circus of darkness and lies: the National Assembly
VI- from The Question of Trade Unionism in Quebec
VII- Data on major Quebec companies
VIII- Origin of the Communist Left
IX- Capitalism is dying !

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