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North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 5, June/July 1980

Issue #5 of North American Anarchist, with articles on the anti-nuclear movement, crisis in the auto industry, the Cold War heating up, anarchism and Leninism, reports from anti-nuke actions, Luisa Capetillo, anarchist feminist notes, the growth of the DSOC (which would become the DSA), bargaining at Canada Post, reviews, anarchism in Greece, prison news and the Kamalla Miller case, the need to fight labour laws, AFL-CIO head Lane Kirkland's shady connections, repression in China, the failure of the Quebec independence referendum, controversy over separatism at a Bay Area feminist concert, and more.

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1979/January 1980

Issue #2 of the North American Anarchist, with articles on direct action against the proposed Seabrook nuclear power plant, the Quebec independence movement, a controversial article on strip clubs, an unsuccessful organising campaign by tenants in Toronto, the outcome of the Iranian revolution, the Kamalla Miller case, anarchist feminist notes, psychiatry, reviews of a film about the IWW and a Trotskyist book about Kronstadt, the prison system, UAW contract negotiations, a police interrogation manual, Czechoslovakia after '68, a Papal visit and more.

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.

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 1, October/November 1979

Issue 1 of the North American Anarchist newspaper, with articles on an occupation by BART mechanics in San Francisco, Canadian anarchists banned from entering the US, an introduction to the Anarchist Communist Federation of North America, the "White Night Riot" following the murder of Harvey Milk, day labour, repression against Greek anarchists, new technology, anarchist feminist notes, Czechoslovakia after '68, reviews of Apocalypse Now and You Can't Blow Up A Social Relationship, anti-nuclear actions, prison news, and more.

Direct Action #32A (July 1986)

Issue #32 of Direct Action, with articles on South Africa, Chernobyl, Richard Dawkins and The Selfish Gene, the environment, capitalism and food, a report from the IWW's international conference, Spanish dockers' struggles, a docks occupation in Gibraltar, repression against the CNT, rank-and-file revolt in the 1960s, a debate over an article on education from #31, sackings of militants at Donaldson Filters, attacks on travellers, and a special feature on Spain 1936 and report from Spain 50 years on.

Liberation #01 (Jun 1986)

Issue #1 of Liberation, with articles on apartheid, the nuclear industry, the police, authoritarian vs libertarian communism, the Wapping dispute, union news and more.

Oiseau-tempête : first issue

Oiseau-tempête

This is a translation of a magazine published by a french collective from 1997 to 2006. The original issues can be found here, in French.

Summary of this first issue (Spring 1997) :
- « FACING HISTORY »
- NOTICE TO ADEPTS OF WORK
- THE NATION-STATE AND NATIONALISM
- FACE TO FACE
- FALLOUT FROM THE COLD WAR