>>1266450>We can start with choosing which themes we'd like to see. Some example proposals:
What is to be done, what do you do with a group of radicals to grow as well as keep some activity going so it doesn't feel useless as well as achieve some successes so keep the morale up.
Basic tactics by Mao Zedong
i don't have anything to add, but u have my moral support, and please make that git so that our resources can live on longer than this thread (or people's personal archives)!
I know lots of orgs will shill their own praxis books for their members to buy and read to get up to speed. If the list needs filler I'd look there. Also IMT specifically has a ton of books because they're nerds.
>>1267003>detailed instructions on how to build barricades
This looks great solely for meme value if nothing else. Also, I checked the English-language archive, and it looks like the very first section has already been translated: https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/blanqui/1866/instructions1.htm
How can OP create a praxis-oriented reading list if nobody recommend books?
The Marxist Unity Group has a reading list specifically dedicated to political strategy. Definitely long-term rather than "near-term" as the OP wants, but I'll still leave the link here: https://www.marxistunity.com/cadre-curriculum
Also I have an IWW Organizing Manual PDF I picked up back on 8chan, can't say I've read it thoroughly but I'll repost it here.
I think it’s a troll
No, it's about how they said:>We can start with choosing which themes we'd like to see.>This is intended to be a short-term, broad thread to brainstorm and decide goals. Once we have some specific lists we wish to create, longer focused /edu/ threads become useful.
The books are good, sure, but the OP wants to set themes and then
list books for those themes
But yeah about the git, well, basically what >>1267643
said but more polite.
Tell me what lists you all want to see, then we can focus on books to add to that list. Without that first step, we can't proceed and the thread is worthless.
So don't bother posting books until we decide.Which reading lists do you want this thread to make?
boomp for git
i want a reading list for personal charisma as it is used in debating and being the face. communications is it called?
a reading list about how to make organizations with militant wings and the ability to produce some public good. e.g. how did the panthers logistically do their school lunches thing? ideally this reading this would have examples of how to organize things from small scale (unions, panthers stuff) to large scale (communist party across cities.or a country)
Well, you're the only one who has replied so unless I hear something else by Monday then you're in luck. Good picks.
Maybe you should specify what kind of reading list you want then, you enourmous bunch of losers, rather than naming fucking nothing aside from extremely specific and useless "uuuuuuuuuuh yeah maybe something about the black panthenther lunch program, idk im not gonna google it lmao".
Fucking hell. If you're this retarded and have absolutely no idea what you even want to know, how about you start actually trying activism IRL first? It will show you what areas you actually need info on, rather than saying you want to know what laundary detergent mao used in 1933.
lmao how are you even getting angry about this?
This is straight-up hilarious, like that crazy guy who made an passionate 20 minute diss rap against Kermit the bitch-ass Frog.