Partial archive of the journal published by the Glasgow group of UK libertarian socialist group, Solidarity, from 1965.
Solidarity (Glasgow) #1.01
The first issue of Solidarity published by the Glasgow Solidarity group with articles on a bus dispute, local youth gangs and more.
- Why Solidarity
- Capitalism today
- Gangs and politics – George Billson
- Listen with mother – Edith Blythman
- Bus dispute – John Thompson
- Peace meal – Tom Macdonald
- The Queen and the ILP
Solidarity (Glasgow) #1.02
Solidarity for workers’ power– Glasgow – Volume 1 - Number 2 – April 1965
A bureaucratic death-wish by John Harris
Militants, look out by George Billson
Prince for peace
Subversives at work by C.I. McGarvie
Our man in Havana, a letter from Sid Williamson
The war that never was, Ireland 1922-1923
A criticism by Dave C.
Life in little Scotland by D.Y.C.
Solidarity (Glasgow) #1.03
Issue of Solidarity Glasgow from May 1965 with articles about workers' organisation at Remington, science, war and more.
- May day: the unofficial truth – George Williamson
- Science and industrial democracy – Alan Parker
- Organisation at Remington
- Scots against war – John Thompson
- Dobbie McInnes 12 week strike
- Support for the Linwood men
- About ourselves
Solidarity (Glasgow) #1.04
Solidarity for workers’ power– Glasgow – Volume 1 - Number 4
The subwaymen by J. Fyfe
The Moscow buses by Maria O’Neil
The mutiny by B.L. Wallace
Letter from a nurse
Thoughts on bureaucracy by Bob Potter
The long resolution, a song by E. Morse