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.

Revolutionary Anarchism And The Anti-Globalization Movement

In the wake of the Seattle riots of 1999, Lucien van der Walt explains how he thinks anarchists should relate to the burgeoning anti-globalisation movement.t

Anti-war statement from Antithesis (NYC-NEFAC)

Leaflet against the Iraq war written by the Antithesis collective (NYC-NEFAC) and distributed at an anti-war rally in New York City on October 27th.

Precarious and pissed off: Lessons from the Montpelier Downtown Workers' Union, 2003-2005

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An account and analysis of the Vermont Workers' Center's innovative but ultimately failed attempt to set up a geographically-based union in the state's capital.

Organizing for class struggle at UPS - Uprise!

An article by Nicolas Phebus of the Collectif Anarchiste La Nuit (NEFAC-Quebec City) about the revolutionary workplace group Uprise! at delivery firm UPS while it was still active in 2002.

The Demise Of Love & Rage: What Happened? - NEFAC

An account of the development and dissolution of the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation by WEB from NEFAC's Open City Collective.

The Gwangju uprising, 1980

The history of the week-long uprising of the South Korean town of Kwangju against the regime of the West-backed dictator General Chun Doo-Hwan. Though it was bloodily suppressed it helped ignite a chain of similar rebellions across Asia, winning people many democratic rights.

Critical Comments in the NEFAC Workplace Position Paper