Class War

Hipsterphobia - Cava Sundays

Class War's Fuck Parade anti-gentrification protest in Shoreditch

Interesting article on Class War attacking "hipsters" as part of their high-profile protest against gentrification in east London last month, pointing out its pitfalls, as well as pitfalls of populist anti-gentrification campaigning in general.

An afterthought: 'extra-parliamentary electoralism'

As a post script to the series on 'tactical voting' strategies and election narratives, a critical look at two different parties at the more radical end of radical electoralism.

The heavy stuff - Class War

Online archive of anarchist group Class War Federation's theoretical journal, of which there were five issues from 1987 to 1992. We do not agree with it all but reproduce it for reference.

The heavy stuff #5 - Class War

The fifth and final issue of the Class War Federation’s theoretical journal The Heavy Stuff, from 10 July 1992, with articles about Europe, Northern Ireland and more.

The heavy stuff #4 - Class War

The forth issue of The Class War Federation’s theoretical journal The Heavy Stuff, probably from 1991, with articles on the poll tax, mutual aid and community care, language and more.

The heavy stuff #3 - Class War

The third issue of The Class War Federation’s theoretical journal The Heavy Stuff, probably from 1989 with articles about the middle class, pornography and feminism, Northern Ireland and the 1970s.

The heavy stuff #2 - Class War

The second issue of The Class War Federation’s theoretical journal The Heavy Stuff, probably from 1988 with articles about the police, a rough guide to the left and more.

The heavy stuff #1 - Class War

The first issue of The Class War Federation’s theoretical journal The Heavy Stuff, from December 1987, introducing the journal and with articles about human rights, everyday life, the fire brigade and more.

Obituary of Class War - Radical Chains

Radical Chains on the demise and legacy of the UK anarchist organisation Class War Federation.

Class War #73

The text of Class War newspaper issue number 73 from 1997, intending to be the last issue explaining why the organisation decided to dissolve itself.