Solidarity

Solidarity for workers' power #3.01

Issue of Solidarity from 28 October 1963.

Solidarity for workers' power #2.08

Issue of Solidarity from 11 February, 1963.

Solidarity for workers' power #2.07

Issue of Solidarity from 10 December 1962.

Agitator for workers' power #1.05

Issue of Agitator, probably from 1961.

Agitator for workers' power #1.04

Issue of Agitator, from 1960 or 61.

Agitator for workers' power #1.02

Issue of Agitator, probably from 1960, with articles about Natalia Trotsky, the CND, struggles at Renault, white collar workers and more.

Solidarity national group paper

Archive of Solidarity/Solidarity for self-management, the national paper of the UK libertarian socialist group, Solidarity published from 1977 and coordinated by the Oxford Solidarity group.

History & revolution: a revolutionary critique of historical materialism - Cornelius Castoriadis

History & revolution - Cornelius Castoriadis

Translation of a section from "Marxisme et Théorie Révolutionnaire" by Cornelius Castoriadis. Published as a pamphlet by Solidarity (London) in August 1971. Solidarity pamphlet no. 38.

Solidarity - National Group Paper #05

Solidarity - National Group Paper #05

Final issue of the Solidarity National Group Paper co-ordinated by Oxford Solidarity. Undated but 1977.
Articles on Grunwick, Sabotage at Cowley, Individualism versus Socialism, free relationships, Algeria, Noel and Marie Murray, Money, British fascism, review of Illuminatus, short reviews, short news items.

Solidarity - National Group Paper #04

Solidarity - National Group Paper #04

Fourth issue of the Solidarity National Group Paper co-ordinated by Oxford Solidarity. Undated but 1977.
Articles on computers, 'Dolores Ibarruri and Federica Montseny - Personalities and Power', Oxford festival review, Left 'unity', reviews of Sheila Rowbotham's 'Socialism and the New Life', John Crump's 'Contribution to the critique of Marx' and Martin Walker's 'The National Front', Noel and Marie Murray, Money, Strikes at Tetley's, Grunwick and by Glasgow bus workers.