Today marks the 100th annviersary of the beginning of the Kronstadt uprising. Here, we reprint a statement, signed by 20 libertarian communist organisations, which looks at the events of March 1921 and their meaning for libertarians today. 100 Years Since the Kronstadt Uprising To Remember Means to Fight! International anarchist statement on the centenary of
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