2000s

Common Voice journal

Common Voice

Archive of Common Voice, an online journal published in association with the World in Common group. The journal is inspired by the Discussion Bulletin published for many years by Frank Girard but which regrettably ceased publication in 2003. Like Frank's journal our aim is to give a voice to the 'thin red/black line' of the anti-market, anti-statist political sector, weaving together its diverse strands of thinking.

Invitation to 20th anniversary of the Swedish Anarcho-syndicalist Youth Federation, 2013-10-12

The Swedish Anarcho-syndicalist Youth Federation is celebrating its 20 years of its existance, and you are invited!

Education towards heteronomy: a critical analysis of the reform of UK universities since 1978 - James Gordon Finlayson and Danny Hayward

Education towards heteronomy

A detailed history of higher education reform in the UK. Looks at how universities have been increasingly subordinated to the economy and the state.

The war in DR Congo: behind the slaughter and looting stand imperialist interests - IBRP

Article from 2008, looking at the interests of various factions involved in the ongoing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Reduction of fire hazard: in the event of firefighter strike or war against Iraq - No War But The Class War

A public-service announcement from Her Majesty's No War But The Class War Office on how to respond to a strike of firefighters or the outbreak of war against Iraq.

The Fire-fighters - No War But The Class War

No War But The Class War leaflet produced at the beginning of the 2002-2003 firefighter's strike.

Against war and capitalism - No War But The Class War

Leaflet from November 2001 analysing the movement against the war in Afghanistan.

Against capitalist war, against capitalist 'peace' - No War But The Class War

Leaflet produced following the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan

Preliminary notes on the situation in Palestine and further abroad - No War But The Class War

Leaflet from 2002, looking at the Palestinian and Afghan conflicts through the lens of the changing development of capitalism in those regions.

Churchill, the Cenotaph and May Day 2000 - Practical History

This response to the graffitiing of official monuments in London on May Day 2000 looks at the origins of war memorials in the social conflicts at the end of World War One and at the myth of the Second World War as an anti-fascist crusade. See also A good day out in London? for further reflections on May Day 2000.