Anarchist Worker #27 (May 1976)

Issue #27 of Anarchist Worker (formerly Libertarian Struggle). The first issue produced under the new name, with articles on the imposition of a pay freeze, the origins of May Day, NHS cleaners' struggles, squatters in Islington, a proposed nuclear power station, the re-emergence of the anarchist movement and workers' struggles in Spain, an anarchist analysis of Northern Ireland, ruling class scandals, the National Front in Edinburgh, Jim Callaghan, increased Conservative activity in the NUS, an introduction to the Anarchist Workers' Association, a movement against "regeneration" in Birmingham bringing together residents and construction workers, and more.

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