A partial archive of Bread & Roses, a paper produced by the Anarchist Communist Association, a short-lived group formed as a result of a split in the 1970s Anarchist Workers Association. Taken from the excellent archive at the Sparrow's Nest. See Anarchist Communism in Britain, 1870-1991 for the history of these groups.
An archive of Libertarian Struggle/Anarchist Worker, the paper produced by the group before this split, can be found here. After the split in the AWA, the other side of the group, which took a more traditional anti-imperialist position on Ireland and a less "ultra-left" approach overall, began producing Libertarian Communist, which can be found here.
Cool. Have a few copies of
Cool. Have a few copies of this paper in very poor condition. Hope to see more on line.
The Sparrow's Nest have
The Sparrow's Nest have numbers 4 and 5, as well as what I think is number 2 above, if you have any others and there's any chance you can scan them (as long as you can do so while staying safe, maintaining social distancing etc) that would be great!
It turns out the
It turns out the "Introduction to the ACA" pamphlet is online at http://struggle.ws/disband/aca/aca_what.html - not sure if it's really worth adding to the archive, there's not much in there.
This is really great work,
This is really great work, thanks!