leaflets

Beyond the Fragments or Beyond the Left?

Four page leaflet produced as part of an intervention at the Beyond The Fragments conference in Leeds, 30th August 1980. The conference was named after the book by Lynn Segal, Sheila Rowbotham and Hilary Wainwright which proposed of reforging of the left.

The leaflet was authored by people in or around the Monday Group, London Autonomists, Rising Free bookshop etc.

‘A world to win…’ – Solidarity

A leaflet distributed by Solidarity at a May Day demonstration in London, probably in the early 1960s (perhaps 1961) advertising one of their meetings and promoting socialism from below as opposed to the statist socialism of the Labour Party or the USSR.

Socialism reaffirmed

A leaflet from October 1960 published by Solidarity outlining ideas upon which to base a new recruitment of revolutionary socialists in the UK.

UK McStrike leaflet, 2002

Text of a UK leaflet building for an international strike of McDonalds employees on 16 October 2002, by McDonalds Workers Resistance.

International McStrike leaflet, 2002

International leaflet produced for the attempt at a strike at McDonalds, 16 October 2002.

Leaflet protesting the execution of members of the Tallion group

Miguel Garcia

Information about nine anarchist members of the Tallion anti-Franco resistance group who were sentenced to death in 1949.

Where Do We Go From Here?

June 1983 Libertarian Workers Group leaflet against the Shoreham, Long Island, New York LILCO nuclear power plant

Sorbonne anarchist leaflet, 1968

The occupied Sorbonne, May 1968

Leaflet produced by anarchists at the Sorbonne University during the May 68 events.

Prairie Struggle posters, handouts and pictures

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Here are a majority of all Prairie Struggle Organization's poster & handouts created during its short 3-4 year existence.

The War and The Socialist Position

Socialist Standard September 1914

The text is taken from the original leaflet, THE WAR AND THE SOCIALIST POSITION, produced and printed by The Socialist Party of Great Britain. The leaflet was published for distribution to the working class until being prevented from being circulated at meetings by the capitalist State on the spurious grounds that it was considered “likely to cause disaffection to His Majesty or to interfere with the success of His Majesty’s forces by land or sea etc.” with the imposition of The Defence of the Realm Regulations enacted in November 1914.