Articles from the journal about Asian anarchism, Libero International, published in English by the group CIRA-Nippon in Japan from 1974 to 1980 in Kobe.
CIRA-Nippon was a Japanese group compiling an archive of documents related to anarchism based on the International Centre for Research on Anarchism (Centre International de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme - CIRA) in Switzerland. Their work is now continued in Japan by CIRA-Japana.
Two articles on the history of the anarchist movement and anarcho-syndicalist union ZZZ in Poland between the two world wars.
Scanned by libcom.org from a special supplement of Rebel Worker, the PDF contains two articles: "History of the Polish anarchist movement 1919-1929" by the FAU and "The ZZZ and Poland 1929-1939" by NSF, the Norwegian section of the International Workers Association.
A piece taking on some misconceptions of Marxism commonly held by some anarchists.
More than one hundred years after the socialist movement split into warring Marxist and anarchist factions, there are signs, at least on a small scale, that people calling themselves anarchists and people calling themselves Marxists or "libertarian socialists" are finding ways of working together fruitfully. Questions immediately present themselves: To what extent are the old labels still valid?
Article taking to task the direction of the Fire By Night Organizing Committee, an organization that emerged from Love & Rage's dissolution and commonly seen as the faction that was moving towards Marxist-Leninism.
The Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation broke up in 1998. The Fire by Night Organizing Committee formed from the feuds that broke it up. This was the only formal organization that emerged directly from Love and Rage at that time, although it is not the only political direction that came out of its end.
This is a Members Handbook that was produced by the New York Love & Rage Local in August 1997.
-What is Love & Rage?
-The Revolutionary Anarchist Tradition
-History of Love & Rage
-L&R Political Statement
Taken from Love & Rage Archive
1996 Position paper written by Chris Day that was a part of the final conflict in Love & Rage over orientation and direction. In this piece, he emphasizes what he see as the programmatic weaknesses of anarchism and the need to look beyond it for answers.
In the Spring 1996 issue of Workers Solidarity (journal of Ireland's Workers Solidarity Movement) there is a review by Conor McLoughlin of Ken Loach's excellent film on the Spanish Revolution, Land and Freedom. The review concludes that:
Claim No Easy Victories: An Anarchist Analysis of ARA and its Contributions to the Building of a Radical Anti-Racist Movement
An analysis of Anti-Racist Action by a member of the Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives (FRAC).
by Rory McGowan, BRICK Collective (FRAC-GL)
1) WE GO WHERE THEY GO: Whenever fascists are organizing or active in public, we're there. We don't believe in ignoring them. Never let the nazis have the streets!
2003 Conference report from the Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives (FRAC), a US midwest-based group that existed from 2001-2006.
By External Communications Committee
Statement from the Nightvision Anarchist Collective, part of the US midwest-based Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives, which existed from 2001-2006.