Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:08 No. 1262
Or else what OP?
Hm? Check this out <- Didn't think so.
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:09 No. 1273
let's summon Ismail
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:11 No. 1294
Books about the Russian Revolution/Soviet Union:
You can find a PDF of almost everything in that list on Libgen.
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:11 No. 1297
Also, try the links before using Libgen. It's often not necessary to use the latter.
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:23:15 No. 2536
nobody is going to just read this shut you copy pasted with zero context btw
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:23:16 No. 2537
Wasn't expecting it that soon. Based, thanks!
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:23:16 No. 2541
The last part is a lie
Anonymous 2021-05-08 (Sat) 15:49:45 No. 5617
Give me your favorite books especially if it's about history
Anonymous 2021-05-09 (Sun) 04:26:44 No. 5621
>>2971 >>2972 >>2973
He sounds interesting
Your Mum 2021-05-13 (Thu) 20:43:36 No. 5698
sorry, didn't think of it, just resharing what I got from here
Anonymous 2021-06-03 (Thu) 10:32:55 No. 5962
Anybody have Political Economy of Human Rights in their clipboards? hahaha unless…
Anonymous 2021-06-09 (Wed) 07:04:52 No. 6019
any of you got Washington bullets capitalist realism hinterlands and any books related
Anonymous 2021-06-16 (Wed) 21:15:36 No. 6060
Can someone try this and confirm it works real quick
Anonymous 2021-06-23 (Wed) 10:47:55 No. 6192
>tfw can't read all these fast enough fuck I hate being a brainlet :(
Anonymous 2021-07-13 (Tue) 05:47:27 No. 6411
Anonymous 2021-07-18 (Sun) 12:10:05 No. 6483
If anyone has any Artaud, Bataille, or Deleuze please giv
Anonymous 2021-08-03 (Tue) 21:08:59 No. 6704
You can still download papers through libgen:
It won't fetch new ones though.
Anonymous 2021-08-03 (Tue) 23:12:44 No. 6707
I literally have 5000 pdfs downloaded on probably every subject in existance
How the fuck am I gonna read all that
Anonymous 2021-08-22 (Sun) 18:09:10 No. 6882
I am formally requesting for any PDF of DPRK novels/plays/opera
Thank you for understanding.
Anonymous 2021-09-18 (Sat) 13:12:52 No. 7034
Why do people read PDFs? I refuse to read anything that isn't in EPUB format unless a books is very heavy on graphics or something.
Anonymous 2021-09-18 (Sat) 21:15:22 No. 7035
I read them because I'm too lazy to look for an epub reader.
Anonymous 2021-09-18 (Sat) 21:32:04 No. 7036
I like epubs too because then I can read it on my ereader. But if it is something that I am going to read on the computer for some reason, I actually do prefer pdfs
simply because the software is better for it.
Anonymous 2021-09-23 (Thu) 04:59:33 No. 7254 >>7075
Cosillas que encontré por ahí
Anonymous 2021-09-24 (Fri) 19:06:06 No. 7281
Hmmm, muy nice, gracias
Anonymous 2021-09-30 (Thu) 19:47:47 No. 7540
Hey comrades do you have pdf for any of the following:
>Caring for souls in a neo liberal age >A theology of liberation >The chapo book(is it any good?)
Anonymous 2021-10-01 (Fri) 08:02:45 No. 7808
does this exist in english or one of the yugoslav languages maybe?
Anonymous 2021-10-14 (Thu) 08:26:17 No. 8101 >>8055
This looks very interesting.
Here you go, anon.
Anonymous 2021-11-05 (Fri) 16:59:26 No. 8558
requesting the complied shoplifting guide
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 09:07:24 No. 8566
Communiqué From an Ex-Cop:
>A heavily annotated edition of LAPD killer cop Christopher Dorner’s final statement to the world. Published on the one-month anniversary of his final act, extensive footnotes and primary-sourced appendices provide extensive historical context for Dorner’s grievances with, and criticisms of, his former employer: the Los Angeles Police Department. From its rigged internal tribunals to the racket of police overtime pay to the invention of the term “suicide by cop” by the academic-law-enforcement complex, this zine discards the “rambling manifesto” frame presented by the media and sincerely takes up Dorner’s challenge to journalists to investigate his allegations of a billion-dollar institution rife with corruption, racism, and brutality. 2013. 94 pp. The Only Way Out Is Always Through the Police: A History of the 2020 New York Riots: >A reportback from the 2020 George Floyd uprising in New York City. 48 pp. 2020. For the Pacific Northwest Grand Jury Resisters: >Examining the plight of the imprisoned Pacific Northwest grand jury resisters [now since freed], this zine also functions as a primer on grand juries in general. It includes the resisters’ statements, newspaper articles, primary documents, tips on how to handle grand jury subpoenas, and a detailed history of grand juries and their use as a tool to suppress political organizing and radical struggle in the US. 75 pp. 2012. New York's Worst Responders: NYPD and 9/11: >Through its pointless rivalries and competition for city dollars, the New York Police Department allowed hundreds of firefighters to die in the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. Cops looted retail shops at Ground Zero, violently suppressed a protest by firefighters trying to recover the bodies of their dead friends, and arrested multiple fire department union leaders in retaliation. Cops looted retail shops at Ground Zero, violently suppressed protests by firefighters trying to recover the bodies of their dead friends, and arrested multiple fire department union leaders in retaliation. The NYPD spent the next decade-plus building an intelligence apparatus with more legal powers than the FBI. With the creation of victim compensation funds and favorable law-enforcement retirement laws, cops have systematically scammed the government in doctor-aided plots to secure lucrative disability pensions and federal payouts, lying about 9/11-related PTSD and "fear of crowds" while selling cannolis in Little Italy at the Feast of San Gennaro. Authorities and the media have made sure that the errant heroism of New York's Finest can never been forgotten, but stories of their misdeeds and incompetence have fallen into a memory hole as deep as a billion-dollar memorial pool.
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 09:32:05 No. 8568
The Political Writings - Karl Marx
couldn't find a pdf of it, but it's a pretty solid compilation of Marx's non-philosophical non-economic stuff
Anonymous 2021-11-09 (Tue) 21:40:54 No. 8625
>>8596 >Discources on Livy
Thanks, I sought this
Anonymous 2021-11-10 (Wed) 21:24:22 No. 8626
Is E. H. Carr a good Soviet historian?
Anonymous 2021-11-10 (Wed) 21:32:26 No. 8627
If I remember correctly his book are fairly decent, A.J.P. Taylor called Carr "the greatest historian of our age." so make of that what you will
Anonymous 2021-11-18 (Thu) 20:40:36 No. 8693
(War and peace library) Peter Dale Scott - American War Machine_ Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan-Rowman & Littlefield (2010) ?
Anonymous 2021-11-18 (Thu) 21:15:50 No. 8695
Thanks m8, I had the epub but lost it.
Anonymous 2021-11-26 (Fri) 03:03:06 No. 8779
In response to
First attachment is a decent but dry textbook over what little we know of the Roman economy.
Second attachment is from an economist who says Rome operated as a sort of market economy, I haven't read it fully but there's nothing I've seen that is outrageous.
Third is a more modern account of the "fall" of the Western Roman empire. Gibbons obviously had a motive when he wrote his book, to blame Christianity for the fall. In his writing, Christianity literally brought the apocalypse to Rome, and if Europe has any hope to not repeat history's mistakes, it was to embrace the enlightenment and perhaps even atheism (gasp!).
Adrian Goldsworthy is a reliable historian in my book, so I also recommend his biographies on the two big names in Roman history. They act as a sort of entry point into all things Roman, because it is impossible to understand the circumstances they were both facing without understanding the surrounding geo-political (gauls), economic (slaves), and societal (founding myth, patronage, auctoritas, tradition, virtue, etc.) functions of Rome.
Anonymous 2021-11-26 (Fri) 16:20:41 No. 8785
Nice, thanks a lot for taking the time to suggest these.
Anonymous 2021-12-08 (Wed) 03:49:35 No. 8860
>>8859 shid broken pdfs
Anonymous 2021-12-18 (Sat) 23:02:14 No. 8956
Have useless classics degree, did a module in roman economics, would anyone be intrested in me finding the old module reading list. CBA to find all the pdfs but good guide for authors and books etc
Anonymous 2021-12-25 (Sat) 15:14:23 No. 9079
all 3 volumes of capital and the grundrisse, penguin edition
https://files.catbox.moe/plc54p.zip Unique IPs: 64