1980s

Angry Workers' Bulletin #2 1988

Second issue of Angry Workers' Bulletin, published 1988.

With thanks to the comrades at Splits and Fusions archive for scanning.

Angry Workers' Bulletin #1 1986

First issue of Angry Workers' Bulletin, published Summer 1986.

With thanks to the comrades at Splits and Fusions archive for scanning.

Angry Workers' Bulletin

Online archive of Angry Workers Bulletin, published in the mid to late 1980s in Berkeley, California.

The publication's influences included the German and Dutch left-communists and the Situationist International.

Not to be confused with Angry Workers of the World.

The scans of issues 1 and 2 are courtesy of the Splits and Fusions archive.

Anarchist Black Dragon

An archive of Anarchist Black Dragon, a publication produced by the anarchist communist prisoner Carl Harp and others held at Washington State Penitentiary from around 1978-1982. Taken from the collection at the Anarchist Black Dragon noblogs site.

London Workers Group Bulletin #8 June 1980

Issue 8 of the LWG bulletin, scanned in by Sparrows Nest Archive, Nottingham.

Contents include: Provincial Newspapers Wages Struggle, Post Office struggles, Direct Action Movement conference report, British Rail, Pour Une Intervention Communiste write, LWG - first quarter of 1980, 5th Congress of the CNT-AIT.

Wildcat UK #8 1986

Wildcat #8 1986.

Taken from Splits and Fusions archive.

The Blue Rinse Starts To Run – London Autonomists

Uncompromisingly anti-police leaflet by London Autonomists circa 1984.

The Political Pre-History of Love & Rage: Anarchist Struggle in the 1980s and 1990s

This zine presents one version of the history of the anarchist context out of which the Love & Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation emerged in the early 1990s. This zine was first made available online by the Anarchist History Nerd Brigade.

Beyond the Fragments or Beyond the Left?

Four page leaflet produced as part of an intervention at the Beyond The Fragments conference in Leeds, 30th August 1980. The conference was named after the book by Lynn Segal, Sheila Rowbotham and Hilary Wainwright which proposed of reforging of the left.

The leaflet was authored by people in or around the Monday Group, London Autonomists, Rising Free bookshop etc.

Full Employment Funnies

Two versions of a double sided anti-work flyer published in 1980 and 1981.

The first version of the cartoon was by "Black Currant" who was also the cartoonist for Xtra! magazine. The text on the reverse was by a number of indviduals involved with Rising Free in Islington and the London Workers Group.

The second version of the cartoon was adapted by "Rosanne". The text was reworked for this version also.