History

The social revolution and civil war in Spain: a brief synopsis – Miguel Amorós

A brief summary of the most important issues and turning points in the Spanish revolution and civil war from a perspective sympathetic to the anarchist left wing.

The First Congress of the National Confederation of Labor (CNT) (Barcelona, September 8-10, 1911)

The Agenda and texts of the Reports presented to the assembly of delegates representing approximately 27,000 workers at the First (official) Congress of the National Confederation of Labor, held in Barcelona in 1911, providing a glimpse of the doctrinal spectrum represented by the founders of the CNT and the most urgent concerns of the membership of the new organization, including the “rights and duties” of disabled members of the CNT, the creation of rationalist schools, the formation of itinerant propaganda squads, and the need for a daily newspaper.

Anarchist Communism in Britain

In this article we take a look at the development of Anarchist Communism in Britain since the late 19th century.

(Organize, Anarchist Federation, Spring 1996)

ACF- The First Ten Years

Short history of Anarchist Communist Federation (ACF) the precedessor to the Anarchist Federation(UK) which appeared in the pages of Organize in Spring 1996.

1920: Turin General Strike

The General Strike of 1920 in the city of Turin lead to workers occupying and running the factories themselves as part of an attempt to build a socialist society.

1961-62: Dominican General Strike Ends Dictatorship

In the aftermath of the assassination of the Dictator Trujillo a general strike was initiated to oust his remaining cronies.

2006: Senior Citizens Resist Pension Cuts in Turkmenistan

In 2006 reform to pension and benefit allowances spark a series of protests throughout the country. In response the government reversed its position the following year.

1912: Brisbane General Strike

Union busting at the Brisbane Tramway led to a municipal general strike and the setting up of an alt

1919: Peru General Strike for the 8 Hour Day

A strike by male Peruvian textile workers for a universal 8 hour work day and pay increase spread throughout the Peruvian economy.

1942: Luxembuorg General Strike

List of names of the murdered strikers