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North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 4, April/May 1980

Issue #4 of the North American Anarchist, with articles on war, the Quebec independence referendum, technology and the land, the Kamalla Miller custody case, direct action against the proposed Seabrook nuclear power plant, repression against Greek anarchists, anarchist feminist notes, prison news including a Leonard Peltier update, reviews including The Guillotine at Work by Maximoff and Dario Fo's Accidental Death of an Anarchist, unrest in Poland, a coal wildcat in Appalachia, a CNT congress and an interview with an FAI militant, Cienfuegos books, an ACF conference report and more.

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 3, February/March 1980

Issue #3 of North American Anarchist, with articles on the CNT, the Persons Unknown trial, the 1980 Canadian election, letters from Dave Morris, Stuart Christie, Alan MacSimoin and others, Rock Against Racism in Toronto, anarchist feminist notes, acid rain, reviews including the Life of Brian, a critique of "back to the land" movements, prison news, independent workers' movements, the anti-nuclear movement, sexism in the USSR, a defeat for BART workers in San Francisco, and more.

Abraham Guillén, Between Bakunin and Marx: Anarchism, Socialism, and the Economics of Self-Management

Abraham Guillén

An introduction to the life and ideas of Abraham Guillén by Tommy Lawson of Red Black Notes.

A Visit to the Paris CNT - Ben Debney

Between May and August 1998 I travelled from Melbourne. Australia to England, France and Spain. During my holiday in Europe I visited a number of revolutionary unions, including the "Vignoles CNT" in Paris and Lyon, who were expelled from the International Workers' Association at its last congress in Madrid.

Article from Black Flag #216 1999.

The Durruti column – Carl Einstein

The Durruti Column

A posthumous address on Buenaventura Durruti by German anarcho-syndicalist volunteer in the Durruti Column, Carl Einstein. It was broadcasted by the CNT-FAI radio station in Barcelona shortly after Durruti’s death in November 1936, and later published by the Official Propaganda Services of the CNT-FAI in the pamphlet Buenaventura Durruti.

Collectives in the Spanish Revolution - by Gaston Leval (2018 Updated & Improved Edition)

A new, updated, and improved edition of a classic of anarcho-syndicalist economics -- a detailed eyewitness and analysis of the successes and struggles of a libertarian socialist economy

Direct Action #48 (April/May 1988)

Issue #48 of Direct Action, with articles on a health service dispute and a Scottish demonstration in support of it, welfare restructuring and benefit cuts, the Burton's sacking dispute, a mass eviction of Stamford Hill squatters, a Third Position-influenced split in the NF, a TV technicians' dispute, sackings of union journalists on a Finchley local paper, Scottish pit closures, a Doncaster council strike, shoot-to-kill policies in Northern Ireland, the "corporals killings" and attacks on IRA funerals, an article from the USI about the COBAS movement, news from the Spanish CNT, the fight against Section/Clause 28 and more.

Direct Action #58 (June 1989)

Issue #58 of Direct Action, with articles on public sector disputes, poll tax resistance, union action against an AIDS prevention leaflet that didn't mention safe sex, Southwark's left Labour council enforcing the poll tax, a look at the use of poll taxes in British colonies, a local government pay claim, an interview with the CNT International Secretary about a general strike in Spain, the crumbling of the Soviet bloc, struggles in South Korea, South African militants being acquitted, the British army presence in Ireland, letters about nuclear power and rugby, Kurdish refugees in London, a victorious anti-deportation campaign, and more.

Direct Action #50 (July-August 1988)

Issue #50 of Direct Action, with articles on the threat of privatisation at the traditionally loyalist Harland & Wolff shipyard, British Rail disputes, miner's strike prisoner updates, the P&O Ferries dispute, football violence, the Burton's dispute, a racist prosecution in Leicester, an Orange Order march in Chesterfield, Clause/Section 28, the fight against library closures in Hackney, privatisation of steel and water, ID cards, the poll tax, a review of "A Very British Coup", an interview with a member of Brazil's COB, the FAU fighting steel closures, the CNT court case, a reply on Depo-Provera, and more.