A pamphlet by the Syndicalist Workers' Federation on the attitude of various parties towards nuclear weapons and the means by which disarmament would be achieved. Written in the 1960s.
The bomb, direct action and the state
Beyond Counting Arses
Influential document produced by eight members of the London Committee of 100 in 1963, opposing bureaucracy and promoting direct action. The ideas expressed would feed into the work done by Spies For Peace in exposing "Regional Seats of Government" - secret bunkers for the rich and powerful in the event of nuclear war. According to Maurice Brinton, its authors were "radicals, mainly from or close to Solidarity".