This article makes an attempt to draw the basic outlines of the general environmental, economic and social crisises enveloping Australian society, to understand their true causes and to outline a response that is both meaningful and effective to the extent that it manages to avoid setting it within the parameters of the problem, arguably the greatest pitfall of social and workplace justice movements anywhere.
A survey of current debates in the Australian anarchist movement by Leigh Kendall, first published by Melbourne anarcho-syndicalists in April 1986.
Draft text of a platform for class struggle anarchists in Australia. Aims to establish a clear basis for anarchist communist organising in Australia, particularly where using anarchist intersectionality to establish a clear link between various forms of privilege and the oppressive and unjust heirarchies they give rise to is concerned. UNPUBLISHED BY REQUEST