As many of you know, there has been no love lost between Anarchists and Marxists. This goes back at least to the theoretical controversies of the 1840’s between Marx and Proudhon; Marx and Engels and Bakunin in the First International and then the practical controversies during the Paris Commune, and the Russian and Spanish Revolutions.
Murray Bookchin made a serious attempt to try to combine Marxism and anarchism. In his essay “Listen Marxist”, he tried to bridge the gap between them. This short piece, “Listen Anarchists!” by @Dmytri, challenges Anarchists to come off their high horses. This is important because in the next few months and years we need people to create radical theories and come up with a creative synthesis.