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Political Science Fascism & Totalitarianism

Fighting Fascism

How to Struggle and How to Win

by (author) Clara Zetkin

edited by Mike Taber & John Riddell

Haymarket Books
Initial publish date
Nov 2017
Fascism & Totalitarianism
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Clara Zetkin, an organizer of the First International Women’s Day, presented this Report and Resolution on fascism at the June 1923 enlarged plenum of the Communist International’s executive committee. At a time when fascism was a new and little-understood phenomenon, Zetkin’s work proposed a sweeping plan for the unity of all victims of capitalism in an ideological and political campaign against the fascist danger.

Clara Zetkin (1857–1933) was a German Marxist theorist, activist, and advocate for women’s rights. In 1911, she organized the first International Women’s Day.

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John Riddell’s first published story appeared in 1963 and his work continued to appear in little magazines like Kontakte, Ganglia, Descant and grOnk. An early associate of Ganglia magazine, he later became a contributing editor of grOnk and then in 1975, co-founded Phenomenon Press with Richard Truhlar. He has had visual work in exhibitions in Europe and Canada and his published books include How to Grow Your Own Lightbulbs and Transitions (Mercury), a/z does it (Nightwood Editions), Criss-Cross (Coach House Press), E clips E (Underwhich Editions), and Shit (Letters).

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