Winter 2000 issue of this anarcho-syndicalist magazine, with a focus on New Labour.
Ditch Blair Project: Contents
- Compromising Positions: The Labour leadership defiantly embraces Thatcherite politics - despite what it says. So where did it all go wrong?
- actions+comment: Lose the Levy; Surveillance Junkies. Child Care –French Lessons; Tighter than Tories?; Whistleblowers; Urgent action appeal: Support the CSL3!
- international news: Netherlands, Canada, Colombia, South Africa, Czech Republic, India, Serbia, Greece, Euskal Herria, Brazil, Norway, Mexico.
- Prague S26; Epilogue; the day Prague became the focal point of global action against capitalism. Plus; violent repression continues.
- Corporate Killings: More than just a catchy label for the criminal promotion of profit over people. New Labour have pledged action, but don’t hold your breath.
- Laboured Education: The Higher Education sector has been promised more money. Problem solved? Well, actually, it is not for education workers or students - it’s more for paying people to check up on them.
- British Pride or Prejudice? The debate on Britishness bubbles away in the background, while the tabloids daub a hideous caricature. Meanwhile, beyond a wry smile at a lost empire, the world passes by...
- notes+letters: Amazed and confused, Raging in Birmingham, Mad bastard alert, Karen Homing solidarity.
- demandjustice: Zahid Mubarek - murdered by institutional racism. Plus: Karen Homing and Mark Barnsley update.
- blairedvision reviews:
Working Class First! – Jacob Pugh
Anarchism, Marxism and the future of the Left – Murray Bookchin
Reading Capital Politically - Harry Cleaver
Casualisation Kills – Simon Jones Memorial Campaign
- music reviews: Your Revolution/The Higher Standard - DJ Vadim
- books and pamphlets reviews:
The Prison Industrial Complex – Angela Davis
The Trophy Is Democracy: Merseyside, Anti-fascism and the Spanish Civil War - Dave Auty
You Can’t Win - Jack Black
Anarchism - Daniel Guérin
Death Blossoms - Mumia Abu Jamal
Winstanley and the Diggers 1649-1999 - Bradstock
A Cavalier History of Surrealism - Raoul Vaneigem
- Off the Rails: The wheels are cracking on the Thatcherite bandwagon. Union-bashing, low taxes, cut down services, and privatisation have failed. The "loadsamoney" society and associated gross inequality, social dislocation, bent politicians, corrupt officialdom and fat cats are the reject legacy.
- DA resources: SolFed info., forthcoming events, campaigns, actions, friends and neighbours.