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May 18 , 2008



Organisation is not what some, be they relatively numerous, organised, structured or coherent, can think of or build to liberate others. It is what each and all create by themselves in their struggle, for their struggle in their own interests. The surpassing of particularisms, the unification of demands and their transcendence in more general and fundamental problems, the perspectives of the struggle, all of these can only be, at any given moment, the product of the struggle itself. Council Communist Henri Simon discusses the relationship between permanent and more fluid forms of organisation. In the 1950s libertarian Marxist Henri Simon (1922) wrote for Socialisme ou Barbarie and was, later — in the 1960s — a founder editor of Informations et correspondances ouvrières (Informations et Liaison Ouvrières). Since 1975 he has written regularly for Échanges et mouvement. This essay first appeared, in English, in the Cienfuegos Anarchist Review No 3 (1980)

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