A history of the anarchist and workers movements in Spain from its origins in the late 19th century up to the start of the Civil War.
The history of the anarchist international from its origins in the 1860s through its height of several million members, to its later decline and current resurgence.
Articles by and about the International Working Men's Association (IWMA) or First International and its members.
In keeping with tradition, the following is an interview with Turkish IWW member Yusuf Cemal about the Soma mining disaster.
An article by Brandon Oliver about a 1935 play about workers intending to strike.
Rodrigo Nunes looks at the social movements of 2011 and their implications for organising, rejecting the opposite conceptions of the vanguardist party and the loose virtual network.
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