Partial online archive of The Raven, a quarterly anarchist review published by Freedom Press for 43 issues from 1987-2003. In general the journal was very poor, so we reproduce it for reference only.
Published online with the kind permission of Freedom Press, from whom you can also purchase hardcopies of The Raven, as well as many other far superior texts! http://www.freedompress.org.uk/
Archive of revolutionary socialist journal, Khamsin, which was published from 1978 to 1987. While we might disagree with some of the positions taken, particularly those to do with national liberation, many articles contain interesting information about working class struggle, which we reproduce for reference.
Khamsin was founded in 1975 in Paris, France, and jointly edited by Leila Kadi of Lebanon and the late Eli Lobel, a member of The Israeli Socialist Organization (Matzpen). The first four issues were published in French by Editions Fraçois Maspero (Paris).
Twenty issues of the Black Panther Party newspaper from between 1968-1973. We have significant disagreements with the politics and practice of the BPP (some of which are explored here) and so reproduce these only for historical reference.
A partial archive of scanned issues of Anarchy magazine, edited by Colin Ward and published monthly by Freedom Press from March 1961-December 1970. It is particularly known for its stunning covers by anarchist graphic designer Rufus Seger.
After it ceased publication, there was a second series of Anarchy magazine published later on by the Anarchy Collective.
If anyone has extra issues of this magazine which they can scan or send to us to scan we would really appreciate it so please contact us or comment below.
Scanned versions of Unity: voice of concerned postal workers, and anarcho-syndicalist workplace newsletter for postal workers in Australia in the 1980s produced by postal workers in the Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation.
Digitised by libcom.org, December 2012. If you have more copies of this newsletter please let us know in the comments below as we would love to expand our very small archive.
Partial archive of a series of small 'pocketbooks' in the late 1970s/early 1980s entitled 'Spectacular Times' by Larry Law. They serve as a brief introduction to situationist ideas. Each consists of newspaper clippings, quotations, handwritten text by Law and illustrations, all compiled and arranged with great humour!
Taken from http://nntk.net/main.php?g2_itemId=251 to make reading and sharing easier. If you have any of the other issues of these pocketbooks please let us know over e-mail or by commenting below, as we would love to complete this archive.
Partial archive of Communication Worker, bulletin of the Communication Workers Group in the UK in the 1980s.
If you have more copies of this which could be added to the archive please contact us or let us know in the comments below.