Past Tense tell the inside story of the work-in and occupation of a women's hospital in South London faced with closure.
Past Tense's edition of this account of the general strike in South London, containing both an overview of events and testimonies by those involved in the strike.
Yet another leaflet about cuts and the student riots, this time by Past Tense.
Aufheben review and critique of the book A grammar of the multitude by Paolo Virno, published by Semiotext(e) in 2004.
Written by a member of the Glasgow Anarchist Federation in a personal capacity, this article aims to respond to the rise of the Scottish independence movement and to encourage a libertarian...
A brief analysis of how capitalism systematically subjugates women, and therefore how women's emancipation is bound up with the struggle against capitalism.
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