Library

From DuBois to Fanon - C.L.R. James (1970)

Text of a talk given by James on the trajectory from W.E.B. Du Bois to Franz Fanon.

Open Letter To British Soldiers (1912)

Reprint of 1912 letter to British soldiers that resulted in several people associated with The Syndicalist being given prison sentences.

From Wildcat #1 1974. Text from The Anarchist Library.

Witness for the Prosecution - Colin Ward

At the end of the 2nd World War, Colin Ward was a young soldier beginning to be interested in anarchist ideas. Here he describes how he was called to give evidence against the group he later joined.

Published in Wildcat #1 1974. Text from The Anarchist Library.

Revived 45: Anarchists Against the Army - Philip Sansom

Philip Sansom — one of the editors of War Commentary found guilty of incitement to disaffection — describes the background to the trial and two other offences, for which he was jailed three times in 1945.

Published in Wildcat #1 1974. Text from The Anarchist Library.

Disaffection, 1797 to 1974

A timeline of resistance in the British armed forces published by Wildcat in 1974.

Text from The Anarchist Library.

Wildcat #1 (army supplement) September 1974

Supplement to Wildcat #1, focussing on disaffection, mutiny and dessertion in the armed forces. Includes contributions from Philip Sansom and Colin Ward.

The Forerunners of Anarchism - Emile Armand

A translation of the French Individual Anarchist Emile Armand's Les précurseurs de l’anarchisme, a philosophical history of Anarchist thought from Antiquity to the Industrial Revolution.

Wildcat (London, 1970s)

Partial online archive of Wildcat, a monthly anarchist newspaper produced in London in the 1970s.

10 issues were published between September 1974 and July 1975. Contributors included Wynford Hicks and Nicolas Walter.

This Wildcat is not to be confused with the communist Wildcat newsletter and journal of the 1980s and 1990s.

Wildcat #2 October 1974

Second issue of Wildcat from 1974.

PDF courtesy of Splits & Fusions archive.

"Do You Remember Revolution?" w/ Emergency Intro - 1983 (Negri et al)

1983 publication of "Do You Remember Revolution?" with an introduction by the Emergency editorial collective. This important piece by Negri et al looks at the relations between class composition, movement tactics, and state repression. It originally appeared in Italian in Il Manifesto.