Argentina

The influence of Italian immigration on the Argentine anarchist movement - Osvaldo Bayer

Osvaldo Bayer's essay examining Italian influence on the Argentine anarchist movement, specifically emphasizing the roles of Malatesta and Gori

The kind hearted executioner

Article about the assassination of police chief Colonel Ramon Falcon, responsible for the killings of 1500 workers, by anarchist Simon Radowitzky.

1914-2001: A people's history of Argentina

Mothers of the disappeared demonstrate in Argentina

A working class history of Argentina from its "golden era" through Peronism, military dictatorship up until the uprising of 2001.

Militant on the Falklands War, 1982

Extract from an article by Militant (now the Socialist Party) demonstrating their support for Britain in the Falklands War.

Subway workers hold 'no fare' protest and strike in Buenos Aires

This week employees on the Buenos Aires subway freed turnstiles for two hours in a move to press the government to grant legal status to their recently created trade union as well as taking strike action.

The Need of Our Own Project by Organisación Socialista Libertaria (Argentina)

A short piece advocating specific organization ("Especifismo") from an Argentinian group.

Buela, Juana Rouco 1889-1969

Juana Rouco Buela

A short biography of Juana Rouco Buela, formidable fighter for women's liberation and anarchism

Argentina: poverty and the militarisation of society, 1990

Map of Argentina

An anti-authoritarian analysis of the dire situation faced by ordinary people in Argentina in 1990.

Wildcat grows Argentine airport strike

Check-in workers in Buenos Aires walked out after passengers stranded by a baggage handlers strike rioted on Saturday.

Argentina: Teachers strike in memory of colleague

On October 5th there were mass walkouts nationwide by teachers in state and private schools in memory of a colleague who had been killed by police.