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The Red Menace #2 March 1989

Archive of issue 2. Contents below.

The Red Menace #1 Feb 1989

Debut issue of The Red Menace, contents below.

The Red Menace #5 Jan 1990

This issue includes articles on the ambulance strike, Paul Hill on the Hull 1976 prison protests and Peoples' Park protests in Berkeley 1969 and 1989,

The Red Menace #4 Sept 1989

This issue features articles on transport strikes and Israe/Palestine ("two states too many") also a review supplement (Guy Debord book, Demolition Derby journal, anti-Zionist jewish journal, etc)

The Red Menace #3 June 1989

This issue features articles on the Poll Tax, Venezuela, Algeria, Employment Training Schemes.

The Red Menace newsletter (UK)

Online archive of The Red Menace, a newsletter (and associated leaflets) published in London from 1989-1990 by a group of individuals as a contribution to the movement for a stateless, moneyless and classless world human community – communism.

Libcom also hosts A brief history of the Red Menace

London Workers Group Bulletin #11 August 1981

An issue of London Workers Group bulletin from 1981.

Featuring articles on riots, report from a nurse, report from a postal worker, Press Association dispute with clerical workers, BBC Publications strike, British Rail workers, automation/information technology, report on claimants and unwaged conferences in South East England and Leicester, union bureaucrats, Poland, letter from Albert Meltzer, Workers Autonomy leaflet from France.

London Workers Group Bulletin #10 May 1981

An issue of the bulletin produced by London Workers Group from May 1981.

An "unemployment special" Including articles on the myth and reality of unemployment, unemployment and organisation, report on London Unemployed Peoples Conference, list of claimants unions, book review: In And Against The State, Librarians against literacy, Brixton riots, assembiles in Spain, Stuff Forte campaign, parody letter from Ted Knight causes controversy in Brixton, the unions and the lives of the workers by Combate (Portugal).

London Workers Group Bulletin #6 1979

An issue of the London Workers Group bulletin, probably from 1979. Articles on Tory economic policy, lessons learned from the Garners restaurant strike, Direct Action Movement conference report, rank and file (SWP-affiliated) conference report, public sector workers - cuts, engineers' stop work campaign, report from a librarian, CNT - an assessment.

London Workers Group Bulletin #5 1978

An issue of the London Workers Group Bulletin from late 1978. Articles on the Times Newspaper lockout of workers, part two of an article about Workers Councils, postal workers, a report from a hotel gardener, what is a worker, detailed report on Direct Action anarcho-syndicalist conference.