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1990s

Fighting Talk Edinburgh: Broadsheet of Edinburgh Anti-Fascist Action

An archive of Fighting Talk Edinburgh, a publication produced by Edinburgh Anti-Fascist Action in the early 1990s. First made available online by the Anti-Fascist Archive.

The Hidden Injuries of Theory - Tom Jennings

Tom Jennings talks about the real contradictions in Class War and questions whether revolutionary theorising doesn't disguise more particular interests behind its all-embracing eloquence.

Democracy and the SWP

Democracy and the SWP

We do not agree with their politics but reproduce this for reference.

Splits of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain)

Esme Choonara Amy Leather Candy Udwin Maxine Bowler SWP Disputes Committee

We do not agree with their politics but reproduce this for reference.

Notable splits and departures from the Socialist Workers Party in Britain (and some notable international splits) in chronological order including key figures. The list shows a history of active members' serious complaints about the organisation and how it is organised. The issues are repeated since the formation of the SWP which should raise questions about the much-vaunted SWP model of ‘building the party’ especially for those unfamiliar with the party and its history.

Red Attitude

A partial archive of Red Attitude, a Manchester United fanzine produced by supporters of Anti Fascist Action. Taken from the collection at the Anti-Fascist Archive. See also a collection of similar zines from Leeds United fans here.

When the poor police themselves: Public insecurity and extralegal criminal-justice administration in Mexico

Jennifer Johnson's chapter examining a collective self-help policing and penal justice initiative that emerged in contemporary rural Mexico.

Layers of Injustice: Re-Examining Lucasville

A series of essays by Staughton Lynd examining the 1993 events at Lucasville, written in the run-up to a conference on the 20th anniversary of the uprising in 2013.

The Red Menace #5 Jan 1990

This issue includes articles on the ambulance strike, Paul Hill on the Hull 1976 prison protests and Peoples' Park protests in Berkeley 1969 and 1989,

1994-5: ACT UP activists resist New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s AIDS policies

Account of the year long struggles to save social services and support for AIDs patients from budget cuts.

What Ends When the Symbols Shatter? My Time as a Death In June Fan

Death in June.

This article by John Eden of Uncarved, originally posted on the Who Makes The Nazis? blog, examines the industrial/neofolk music scenes and the effects of their extended flirtation with fascist imagery and ideas over a period of time.