the Situationist International

on terrorism

A few of the members of the Situationist International wrote about the subject of "terrorism." Mostly they suspected that it was primarily practiced by the capitalist State to protect itself against proletarian revolution. What follows isn't a complete bibliography, but a selection of texts that have been translated into English and presented in chronological order.

19 December 1969: the Reichtstag Burns, by the Friends of the Situationist International.
23 December 1969: Letter to J.V. Martin, by Guy Debord.
1972: Terrorism or Revolution, an introduction to Ernest Coeurderoy, by Raoul Vaneigem.
August 1975: Veritable Report on the Last Chances to Save Capitalism in Italy, by "Censor" (Gianfranco Sanguinetti).
January, 1979: Preface to 4th Italian edition of "La Societe du Spectacle", by Guy Debord.
21 April 1978: letter to Gianfranco Sanguinetti, by Guy Debord.
March 1979: Preface to "On Terrorism and the State" by Gianfranco Sanguinetti.
April 1979: On Terrorism and the State, by Gianfranco Sanguinetti.
January 1980: Preface to French translation of "On Terrorism and the State" by Gianfranco Sanguinetti.
12 September 1980: letter to publishers of French translation of "On Terrorism and the State", by Gerard Lebovici.
23 February 1981: letter to Japp Kloosterman concerning "On Terrorism and the State", by Guy Debord.
August 1984: Words and Bullets: the Condemned of the Lebovici Affair, author unknown (Jean-Francois Martos?).
1985: Considerations on the Assassination of Gerard Lebovici, by Guy Debord.
1988: Comments on the Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord.

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