Argentine Libertarian Federation

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The FACA became the Argentine Libertarian Federation (FLA) in 1955, but like its predecessor organization was never able to gain a mass following. In 1985, the FLA replaced its newspaper Acción Libertaria with a new political journal called El Libertario.[26] The 2001 unrest in Argentina and resulting episodes of workers' control have been of great interest to anarchists.

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The anarchists do not wait for a theoretical maturity of the times or for a certain evolution before acting, because they know that action is in itself what better ripens both evolution and times. From the newspaper La Pampa Libre, 1930. FLA has member groups in Rosario, Trenque Lauquen, La Pampa, San Pedro, Chaco y Corrientes. In the federal capital (Buenos Aires) it has a local of its own where there are foundational and member groups. This is also open for other groups which might request it for talks, lectures, different activities and meetings. There is a bookshop that makes donations of materials for libraries and different anarchist groups, as well as selling it at a low price to spread our ideas and help... (From :


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