Libcom has some decent reading lists, if somewhat lacking.
>I would suggest using some basic intro texts to get some major ideas explained and then build off those. Ideally we'd have something that you could give to a person who knows zero about socialist theory and redpill them. This would be good for us too because we should know how to talk about the basics so we can explain our ideas to normies.
That goes beyond reading and into discussion and communication. The former can be handled well on a board, the latter is probably a poor place to look to a place as autistic as 8chan for.
>Capital isn't as hard to read as some people say. It's just fucking long.
If anyone here hasn't read it by now read Ruhle's abridgment first then go back and read the entire thing when you have time.
>What topics would people like to read about?
Stuff that isn't the greatest hits of reading lists and clubs, I've read most of that already. Situationists, Councilcoms, and social anarchists circa 1880s-1940s (it's a damn shame how much isn't translated into english) are currently of particular interest to me.