PDFs

The Makhnovist movement and the national question in the Ukraine, 1917-1921

Makhno, sitting centre with some of his troops

A detailed account and analysis of the Ukrainian revolutionary anarchist army, during the Russian revolution, written by Aleksandr Shubin.

Tracing Louise Michel in the Pacific

Numbo, 1877

An extremely well-researched text by Paul Mason exploring exiled Paris Communard Louise Michel's time imprisoned on the French colony of New Caledonia in the late 19th century.

Sabotage in the American workplace: anecdotes of dissatisfaction, mischief and revenge

Sabotage in The Office

A truly fantastic study of everyday employee resistance at work. First person accounts of sabotage, beautifully illustrated and intermingled with related news clippings, facts and quotes.

Folk devils and moral panics

Mods and rockers fight, Brighton 1964

A detailed study by Stanley Cohen of the making of "moral panics" by the media, in particular examining the mods and rockers youth culture in the UK in the 1960s.

Against the law: labour protests in China's rustbelt and sunbelt

Chinese workers protest

A detailed study by Ching Kwan Lee of China's transition from a more state capitalist model to a more free market system from the 1990s to the early 2000s, the effect on the working class and how workers responded to the changes.

A World Without Police

Police officers arrest a demonstrator during a march held for  Kimani  Gray

A pamphlet stressing the need to abolish police as an institution which provides some practical steps for communities to take in that process.

Health is in you! tumblr

Illustration of the execution of an anarchist

Archived PDF version of the Health Is in You! blog, containing large amounts of information and photographs of anarchist propaganda of the deed actions.

Louise Michel: a Paris Communard in South London

Louise Michel

An article covering time spent in London by the former Paris communard, Louise Michel.

Movements and memory: The making of the Stonewall myth

An examination by Elizabeth A. Armstrong and Suzanna M. Crage on why the Stonewall riots became central to gay collective memory while other events in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York did not.