PDFs

Solidarity for workers' power #3.12

Issue of Solidarity from 8 December 1965 with articles about the King Hill homeless struggle, a struggle of apprentices, Maoism, Malatesta and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.11

Issue of Solidarity probably from October 1965 with articles about a struggle of homeless families in Kent, management and modern capitalism, Ford and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.10

Issue of Solidarity from 16 August 1965 with articles about Errico Malatesta, struggles at Ford, Notting Hill and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.09

Issue of Solidarity from 16 June 1965 with articles about Italian chemical workers, sexual alienation, Kevin Halpin, Clark Kerr and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.08

Issue of Solidarity for social revolution from 16 April 1965 with articles about the free speech movement and civil rights, a workers' defeat at Ford and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.07

Issue of Solidarity from 3 February 1965.

Solidarity for workers' power #3.02

Issue of Solidarity from 19 December 1963.

Is revolutionary unionism undemocratic and insincere?

Nate Hawthorne argues against some common objections to revolutionary unionism. Adapted from a section of his article, Mottos and watchwords: a discussion of politics and mass organizations.

“Instead of the conservative motto, ‘A fair day's wage for a fair day's work,’” says the Preamble to our Constitution, “we must inscribe on our banner the revolutionary watchword, ‘Abolition of the wage system.’” Some anti-capitalists reject the idea that unions can or should truly believe in ending capitalism.

Battles of Cable Street - Michael Richmond

Battle of Cable Street

One of the hundreds of anti-fascists arrested opposing the EDL march in Tower Hamlets takes a detailed look at how the state response compares with the original Battle of Cable Street.

One of the kettles that hothoused anti-fascist protesters for several hours on Saturday just so happened to be a mere toss of a cop’s truncheon away from Cable Street: scene of the folkloric 1936 battle where the amassed inhabitants of East London ensured that Mosley’s fascists and The Met left under no illusions as to who those streets b

A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry

Cover of a Fine Balance

Story set in Mumbai between 1975 and 1984 during a period of increased government power and crackdowns on civil liberties called 'The Emergency', looking at the changes in Indian society since independence.