Antonio Negri

Do You Remember Revolution?

First published in English in "Revolution Retrieved" by Red Notes in 1988. This text, a joint statement by the "April 7th" trial accused, as translated by Ed Emery, was originally published in il Manifesto in 1983.

Communists like us - Felix Guattari & Toni Negri

Short book written in 1985 and published in 1990 in English by Felix Guattari & Antonio Negri.

Antonio Negri: a revolt that never ends

Antonio Negri.

Documentary about the life and ideas of Italian Marxist Antonio Negri. With interesting footage and information from Italy in the 1960s-70s it follows his development from the 'Operaisti' through to his trial for supposed involvement in the Red Brigades all the way up to Empire and the anti-globalisation movement.

Review: Empire - Andrew Flood

A review of Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt's book, Empire, by Irish anarchist Andrew Flood.

HARI KARI II – a multitude of sins

A short follow-up to an exposal of liberal journalist Johann Hari's plagiarism

HARI KARI/HACKERY

Johann Hari (from http://www.flickr.com/photos/lewishamdreamer/)

DSG's exposal of liberal journalist Johann Hari's plagiarism, which eventually became a scandal and led to his downfall as a respected journalist.

Autonomia: Post-Political Politics

Semiotext(e)'s book Autonomia: Post-Political Politics about the Autonomia movement, which contains first-hand documents and contemporaneous analysis from it's most influential theorists.

Commonwealth: An Exchange

David Harvey in an exchange with Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri on their new book Commonwealth featured in the November 2009 issue of artforum.

Review: The idea of communism

The Idea of Communism

Review and discussion of 'The Idea of Communism', a collection of essays discussing the place of communism in contemporary politics from Žižek, Toscano, Badiou and others

Books for Burning: Between Civil War and Democracy in 1970s Italy - Antonio Negri

Books for Burning consists of five pamphlets that Negri wrote between 1971 and 1977, which attempt to identify and draw lessons from new conditions of class struggle that emerged in the course of the 1970s. Conceived as organizational hypotheses intended for debate among the members of the political movements Workers' Power (Potere operaio) and Organized Autonomy (Autonomia organizzata), these texts were later misread and misrepresented by the Italian state in its attempt to frame Negri as responsible for the assassination of former Italian president Aldo Moro, as the leader of the Red Brigades, and as the mastermind of an armed insurrection against the state.