Solidarity

Solidarity - National Group Paper #03

Solidarity - National Group Paper #03

Third issue of the Solidarity National Group Paper co-ordinated by Oxford Solidarity. Undated but 1977.
Articles on University technicians strike, Money, realism, tributes to Joe Jacobs and Arnold Feldman, SWP, football, fight for the right to wank, attacks on free speech, hotel strike, antifascism, positivism and socialism, Noel and Marie Murray, ideology of supernatural horror films

Solidarity - National Group Paper #02

Solidarity - National Group Paper #02

Second issue of the Solidarity National Group Paper co-ordinated by Oxford Solidarity. Undated but 1977.
Articles on free relationships, crisis, hotel strikes, food production, masculinity, Collier Macmillan strike, review of Bob Holton's British Syndicalism, childbirth, football, leisure.

Solidarity - National Group Paper #01

Solidarity - National Group Paper #01

First issue of the Solidarity National Group Paper co-ordinated by Oxford Solidarity. Undated but 1977.
Articles on Noel and Marie Murray, policing, a review of "Racism - Who Profits?", the Trotopoly board game, Some Thoughts On The Crisis, Make Your Own Music.

The Trotoploy board took up the centre pages so a separate double page spread is attached as a PDF.

Solidarity for workers' power #8.07

Solidarity - vol 8 no 07

Final issue of Solidarity for Workers' Power dated 8 August, 1977. Articles about the Grunwick strike, Lucas Aerospace, 'Why I left the C.N.T.', 'Listen, Psychiatrist' by Cornelius Castoriadis (as Paul Cardan) and a review of Heilbroner's 'Business Civilization in Decline'.

An open letter to I.S. comrades - Solidarity

An open letter to I.S. comrades

“On the relations between types of revolutionary organisation and the types of society they are likely to bring about.” Issued as a Solidarity pamphlet in 1968 and 1972.

An account of my involvement with Solidarity - Bob Potter

Bob Potter in Berlin, August 1951

Bob Potter's previously unpublished 2004 recollections of his involvement in the libertarian socialist group Solidarity in the 1960s and 70s and some of its key figures like Ken Weller and Chris and Jeanne Pallis.

Solidarity forever? - John Sullivan and Tom Hillier, and Maurice Brinton's reply

Solidarity Forever?

At the end of 1968 John Sullivan and Tom Hillier left Solidarity to join International Socialism (I.S.) the trotskyist group around Tony Cliff, and produced a pamphlet criticizing Solidarity. It's reproduced here together with Solidarity's reply by Maurice Brinton.

Redefining revolution - Cornelius Castoriadis

Redefining revolution

A translation of 'Recommencer la révolution' by Cornelius Castoriadis. It was published in early 1974 by Solidarity (London) as pamphlet No. 44.

Bureaucrats and women cleaners: the Durham experience - Lynda Finn and Gavin Williams

Bureaucrats and women cleaners

An account of the attempt by women cleaners at the University of Durham to gain effective trade union representation. Issued in mid-1976 as Solidarity (London) pamphlet No. 52.

Solidarity index

Solidarity Index

In 1972 Solidarity (London) issued an index of its journal (up to Vol. 7 No. 2 - June 1972) and of the pamphlets published to that point.