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Liverpool Anarchist #8

Articles on Universal Credit, the 1968 Rent Strike and Social Revolution.

Crowbar #47 1986

Issue 47 of Crowbar from Summer 1986.

Cropped version of a scan by the comrades at the Spirit of Revolt archive, Glasgow.

Contents include: Squatter imprisoned after Brixton riots goes on hunger strike, "Squatters' creche" updates, Brighton Arms Conference, people being charged money for places to squat, Stonehenge 1986 account, Pullens Estate resists squat evictions, DIY FM radio transmitter plans, graphics from New York squat scene, Free Pete Mastin, Smash McDonalds Day, Brixton police drug operation in July, Greece - five on hunger strike, adopt a prisoner, Animal Liberation Front, international actions round up (in tiny font), letters, news snippets.

Crowbar #32 1984

Issue 32 of Crowbar from early 1984.

Cropped and compressed from a scan by the comrades at the Spirit of Revolt archive, Glasgow.

Contents include: Eviction of Wyers squat in Amsterdam, "Save Effra Parade" protest report (20 houses scheduled for demolition), Roseberry Avenue Peace Centre, Stop The City, Islington Bingo Hall squat + UK squatted social centre round up, Amsterdam "Day of Unrest", account of somoene arrested for deliving a sermon from the pulpit in St Paul's Cathderal during Stop The City 1983, Our Radio (south London anarchist pirate radio station busted), letter from Republican prisoners in Long Kesh, "We Kill Rapists" poster.

Rent and Its Discontents

apartment buildings

Against the landlords and the police, in cities poisoned by wealth.

Stuff the DWP (don't want us to know)

New pamphlet published by Liverpool SolFed by benefits claimants, for claimants: Stuff the DWP! (doesn't want us to know).

Covering our most important rights in clear, simple language, while also pulling no punches on the need for direct action and a movement to change the system.

Five Theses on the Class Struggle - by Anton Pannekoek

Anton Pannekoek's classic manifesto against state socialism (democratic or otherwise) and for council communism, an industrial society governed by a democracy of workers' councils

What Happens To Them: Photo Essay of the Homeless Community In Long Beach

A photo essay by a Filipinx comrade in Long Beach.

The Right to Work or the Right to Fight to Live - Martin Wright

Martin Wright reflects on the tedium of the left's "Right To Work" campaign and proposes some less passive alternatives. From Anarchy #21, 1976.

Originally transcribed by Gawain Williams.

Nostalgia in the UK

An article by the Bash Street Kids looking at the history of UK anarchism in the 1980s. This article was first published as part of Smash Hits Bulletin #3, and was subsequently made available on the internet by uncarved.org.