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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.

London Workers Group Bulletin

Publication of the London Workers Group from the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Libcom also hosts:

A short history of the London Workers Group, 1977-1985 - Dave Morris
An archive of the related Workers' Playtime journal.

Wildcat UK #10 1987

10th issue of Wildcat with articles on the Iran/Iraq war, miners strike, democracy, the Labour Party and class struggle for lesbian and gay people.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

An infantile disorder? Youth, childhood, and the British anarchist movement during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

An article by Morris Brodie examining the attitudes of the British anarchist movement toward youth and childhood during the Spanish Civil War.

Clap For carers: A statement from some of us in Haringey Solidarity Group

We TOTALLY respect, appreciate and support all that those in the NHS are doing and putting themselves through, along with millions of other essential workers. But, we have concerns that the Clap For Carers gesture will be seen as a smoke screen for the government’s handling of the current situation.

Class War issue ?? 1986 spot difference

An unnumbered issue of Class War from circa August 1986, with articles on gentrification and corrupt councils in the inner cities, South Africa, slag off of recent Class War Federation national conference (!), sugar, shoplifting, the war in Ireland, Nicky Crane, tactics, Wapping printworkers dispute, hosptialised copper, sports.

Class War issue ?? 1987 Tebbit's balls

An unnumbered issue of Class War from circa June/July 1987 with articles on Conservative Party MP Norman Tebbit, King Edward's tiny penis, Eastenders actor Anita Dobson, yuppies, riots, betting, class prejudice in the judiciary, 1987 General Election and the moral panic about rap group the Beastie Boys.

Humanity's Health or Capitalism's Profit?

Socialism, or communism, or whatever you want to call a society of the future, will not save us from occasional epidemics. It would however deal with them in an entirely different way.