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Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

The Occupied Times of London

Online archive of The Occupied Times of London (OT) - the newspaper of the London Occupy movement.

29 issues were published from 2011-2016.

https://theoccupiedtimes.org/

Base Publication

Online archive of Base.

Publication produced & sustained by the base collective, contributors & readers. Funded solely by donations & printed by Aldgate Press. Formerly the Occupied Times of London.

http://www.basepublication.org/

Anarchist Black Cross Bulletin - London ABC

The Anarchist Black Cross Bulletin was produced by London ABC in the early 1990s, covering prisoner solidarity, prisons, miscarriages of justice etc.

At least nine issue were published. The Bulletin was superceded by Taking Liberties in the mid-90s.

Taking Liberties newsletter - London Anarchist Black Cross

Partial online archive of Taking Liberties, the mid to late 1990s newsletter of the London Anarchist Black Cross covering prisons, prisoner solidarity, miscarriages of justice etc.

At least 21 issues were published from ? until 1997(?).

Invergordon Mutineer - Len Wincott

Len Wincott's autobiography of life in the Royal Navy and his participation in the mutiny at Invergordon in 1931. As well as his commentary on the other official accounts of that event.

A Critique of State Socialism - Mikhail Bakunin and Richard Warren

A comic book critique of state socialism, based on writings by Mikhail Bakunin with additional text and drawings by Richard Warren. First published by Cienfuegos Press in 1981, this PDF was made available by Crimethinc.

Female Keep Separate: Prisons, Gender, and the Violence of Inclusion

A text, originally submitted to North Shore Counter-Info, exploring how gender is experienced in prison, arguing that "we also have to be able to critique [liberal ideas of inclusion] to continue working towards a world without prison and the violence of gender" and that "adopting the state’s purely positive understanding of gender identity can lead us to... end up defending the state’s projects from reactionaries when we should be attacking them on our own terms."

Anarchist Direct Actions: A Challenge for Law Enforcement

A 2004 article written from an academic/police perspective, which "provides a descriptive, operational analysis of the modern anarchist movement, emphasizing the actions of the criminal anarchists and implications for US law enforcement."

Crowbar magazine

Partial online archive of Crowbar, an anarchist squatter magazine published in Brixton, South London in the 1980s.

The Crowbar was originally the fortnightly newsletter of Brixton Squatters Aid: "initially a freesheet duplicated on waste paper, which became a rowdy class war type magazine that loved to wind up the police, council, lefties and pretty much everyone except the collective." - Past Tense Publications.

At least 49 issues were published (?) from 1983 to 1987(?). (If you know more - add a comment below).