NEFAC

Fire the boss! NEFAC and anarchists in the labour movement

A pamphlet published in early 2011 by the North Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists (now Common Struggle) detailing their workplace strategy and analysis of previous labor struggles many of their members were directly involved in organizing.

The strike of the general assembly: an interview with Nicolas Phebus

A 2005 interview with Nicolas Phebus of the Collectif Anarchiste La Nuit (NEFAC-Quebec City) reflecting on the Québec student movement and its mobilization in the Spring of 2005 against cuts to education funding by the ruling Liberal Party under Jean Charest. Conducted by Aidan Conway and published in the second issue of the journal Upping the Anti.

Practical platformism: revolutionary cadre organisation

A member of Common Struggle-Libertarian Communist Federation assesses the NEFAC-Bring the Ruckus debate on organization of 2002.

Neither Washington Nor Stowe: Common Sense for the Working Vermonter

Latest edition written in 2007, Neither Washington Nor Stowe explores what anarchist-communism means for Vermont. It makes the case for revolutionary class struggle Anarchism in our region and what a revolutionary Vermont could look like.

International Statement of Solidarity With Cuban Anti-Authoritarians: You Are Not Alone

Statement in support of Cuban Anti-Authoritarian/Horizontalist organizers, workers, activists, artists, musicians y mas in Cuba. Scroll down to see current list of endorsements and the original statement in Spanish.

The history of NEFAC in Quebec-city (2001-2008)

A summary of NEFAC's activity in Quebec City, from a participant.

Egypt unrest: Interview with an Egyptian anarchist

An e-mail interview with Nidal Tahrir of the Black Flag Egyptian anarchist group about the uprising.

Nature of the period: background and perspectives (NEFAC)

A short statement adopted by NEFAC, for the purposes of discussion, on the current economic situation.

Especifismo: The anarchist praxis of building popular movements and revolutionary organization in South America by Adam Weaver

The theory and history of Especifismo explained and elaborated on and its similarities and differences with Platformism.

National Struggle And Class Struggle In Puerto Rico: Lessons for Anarchists by Mike Staudenmaier

A history of national and class struggles in Puerto Rico, from the time of the Spanish colonizers to the Nationalist uprisings and armed clandestine groups until the recent lack of radicalism. We do not agree with this article but reproduce it for reference.