Larry Gambone

Bill Pritchard, Revolutionary Socialist

Bill Pritchard, Revolutionary Socialist

Bill Pritchard
Revolutionary Socialist
Life in the Socialist Party of Canada and the OBU, 1910-1922
Bill Pritchard is probably best known for being jailed under a bogus conspiracy charge in the aftermath of the Winnipeg General Strike. He was also a militant of the Socialist Party of Canada, the editor of its newspaper, The Western Clarion, and a founder of the One Big Union. After the demise of the SPC, he was an early member of the CCF and was Reeve of Burnaby for a number of years. Later in life, he returned to the "Impossibilist" socialism of his roots.

The impossibilists: the Socialist Party of Canada and the One Big Union, selected articles 1906-1938 - Larry Gambone

The Impossibilists - The Socialist Party of Canada and the One Big Union, Select

Selection of articles about the Socialist Party of Canada and the One Big Union. We do not agree with the political perspective but reproduce this text for reference.

The Spanish CGT: the new anarcho-syndicalism - Larry Gambone

2004 opinion and assessment of the CGT in Spain by a Canadian anarchist, with which we do not agree but reproduce here for reference and discussion.

Saint Che: The Truth Behind the Legend of the Heroic Guerilla, Ernesto Che Guevara

In this text, Gambone gives a unique and concise perspective on the life of Guevara, when there are precious few written anarchist perspectives on the Cuban Revolution in general, and helps us move beyond the baggage of the Marxist-Leninist Left, while keeping it in perspective.

1900-1990: The co-operative movement in Quebec - Larry Gambone