On the line - Libertarian Workers Group

'On the Line' was a agitational newsletter put out by the New York based Libertarian Workers Group, which was affliated with the Anarchist Communist Federation of North American and one of the founders of Workers Solidarity Alliance.

A response to 'Direct Unionism: A Discussion Paper': Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of a 2 part reply by a IWW member, to 'Direct Unionism: A Discussion Paper', which argues for a network of militants and non-contractual organizing.

Reviews of Two Books on the 1960s Black Liberation Movement - Curtis Price

Review of "The Rise and Fall of California's Radical Prison Movement" and "The Black Panther Party Reconsidered" from Collective Action Notes 16, 1998.

The specific anarchist group - Wild Rose Collective

This document from their new member packet explains the type of group that Wild Rose Collective is, and gives some background on the ideas.

1984 WSA: Conference for a new national libertarian workers organization

Selected documents from the founding conference of the US libertarian workers' organisation, Workers Solidarity Alliance, with some notes added in 2011 by one of the participants.

Local Worker-Owned Restaurant Joins IWW

Statement posted by the IWW claiming "Act signifies workers’ real desire for change, not just rhetoric". We reproduce it for reference only.

Day of Solidarity: Portland, Seattle & San Francisco

Seattle Solidarity Network action, Hotel Max in Seattle, 29 April 2011

On 29 April 2011 pickets took place in 3 West Coast cities in solidarity with workers at San Francisco's Hotel Frank.

The Organizer # 19

The Organizer # 19

September 2009 PDF of the Twin Cities IWW branch's newsletter.

Anarchist demonstration in union Square, New York, 1914 photo gallery

Anarchist Alexander Berkman addresses the crowd

Photographs of a large anarchist rally in union Square, New York City, with Alexander Berkman addressing the crowd, on 11 July 1914.

Over 5,000 people attended the mass memorial meeting called by the Anti-Militarist League for Berg, Hanson, and Caron, the three anarchists killed in the Lexington Avenue explosion. Over 800 policemen monitored the meeting, while Berkman, Abbott, Edelsohn, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Carlo Tresca, David Sullivan and Charles Plunkett all spoke for their dead comrades.1

  • 1. Thanks to Battlescarred for the clarifying information.

Anarchist Periodicals in English Published in the United States (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide - Ernesto Longa

A PDF guide to 94 anarchist newspapers published in North America in the 19th and 20th centuries.