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Advance the Struggle: Who Are We?

Description of the Bay Area Marxist group, Advance the Struggle.

Declaration of the Anarchist Communist Federation of North America, 1980

A declaration from the Anarchist Communist Federation of North America, and a few other assorted documents from 1980.

Libertarian Workers Group resigns from ACF

A letter of disaffiliation by the Libertarian Workers Group from the Anarchist Communist Federation of North America in 1981.

Two approaches to wage theft in the U.S.

A study conducted in 2008 by the UCLA in conjunction with the National Employment Law Project found that, amongst non-managerial and non-technical workers in the United States, wage theft is a virtual epidemic.

Above and Below: Them, Them, and Us - BRICK anarchist collective

This is one of three tasks and perspectives discussion documents drafted to help stimulate debate with the Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives.

The 1978 Postal Wildcat

Article on the 1978 postal wildcat strike, in which Dave Cline was a key leader, based on a far more extensive paper, scholar Michael Braun has written in preparation for doing a doctoral dissertation and publishing a book on this important working class battle.

The Continuing Appeal of Authoritarianism

Article taking to task the direction of the Fire By Night Organizing Committee, an organization that emerged from Love & Rage's dissolution and commonly seen as the faction that was moving towards Marxist-Leninism.

Love & Rage Members Handbook

This is a Members Handbook that was produced by the New York Love & Rage Local in August 1997.

To Advance the Class Struggle, Abolish the White Race

Article from 1994 Oct/Nov copy of Love & Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation's newspaper by Noel Ignatiev which lays out his view that the white working class benefits from the social construct of race, to the detriment of the class as a whole. We do not agree with the article but reproduce it here for reference.

The Historical Failure of Anarchism

1996 Position paper written by Chris Day that was a part of the final conflict in Love & Rage over orientation and direction. In this piece, he emphasizes what he see as the programmatic weaknesses of anarchism and the need to look beyond it for answers.