I have a new piece on the Miami Autonomy & Solidarity blog discussing democratic centralism. Written over a few years, it tries to look at the ways in which different projects to revise and rejuvenate democratic centralism play out, and look at our position in history from the perspective of organization. Originally it was part of the the 3 part theory for political organization in our time. It became too long and was separated out and put on the back burner. I’m not entirely content with it, since I feel that there could be better treatment of the history and ideas, but limitations of time largely made others press me to finally put it out lest it otherwise never see the light. Hoping it spurs on some good debate.