Gulf War

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 3, March 1991

Vol 2, Issue 3 of Love & Rage, with letters, Bob McGlynn offering an anarchist critique of "anti-imperialism", an advert for an L&R organizing conference, a report on a black bloc at an anti-Gulf War march, resistance to any possible draft, an introduction to anarcha-feminism and a memorial for victims of the 1989 Montreal massacre, Christopher Day on anarchist organisation, the On Gogol Boulevard column interviewing a Hong Kong anarchist, the ABC column of prisoner news including a report from Leeds ABC and John Perotti launching a hunger strike, and the Notes of Revolt column with miscellaneous news including an invitation to a Class War conference.

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 2, February 1991

Volume 2, Issue 2 of Love and Rage, with articles on the Gulf War and resistance, letters, news about L&R's production and an L&R organizing conference in Minneapolis, Wayne Price on different factions in the anti-war movement, anarchist tactics at mass demonstrations, squat evictions in Vancouver, Christopher Day on anarchism and organisation, indigenous resistance to a hydro-power project in Quebec, the On Gogol Boulevard column with news from Hungary, Lithuania, and anti-war Afghanistan veterans in the USSR, prison news including conscientious objectors in Finland, and the Notes of Revolt column with actions across the US and beyond.

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1991

Vol 2, Issue 1 of Love & Rage.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 7, November 1990

Issue 7 of Love & Rage, with a review of Refusing to be a Man by John Stoltenberg, letters including a debate on imperialism, the On Gogol Boulevard column with news from the Eastern Bloc, prisoner news, the Mayday 29 case in New York, racism and repression in Miami, anarchist participation in the anti-Gulf War movement, the possibility of a draft, a march on San Francisco's financial district, a reprint from the Anarchist Workers Group on organisation, a disruption of a Meir Kahane speech in Minneapolis, an environmental conference, resistance to US military bases in Crete and more.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 6, October 1990

Issue 6 of Love & Rage, with articles on the first Gulf War, letters, a report from a Young Greens conference addressed by Murray Bookchin, a relief effort after a hurricane in Puerto Rico, the Canadian government sending troops in against the Mohawk rebellion, prison news including a profile of Larry Giddings, the On Gogol Boulevard column with news of Soviet anarcho-syndicalists and Eastern Bloc solidarity with Native American struggles, strategies for resisting the war, an open letter about love and anarchy, an article from the Anarchist Workers Group about organising for anarchy, notes of revolt and more.

Iraq: The Invisible War – Black Flag

In 1990, US Secretary of State James Baker told Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz that if Iraq did not comply with US demands, "we will reduce you to the pre-industrial age”. Nine years on, that objective has not changed.

From Black Flag #218 1999.

Iraq: The Impeachment War - Black Flag

From Black Flag #216 1999.

Midnight Notes #11 (1992) – Midnight Oil: Work, Energy, War 1973-1992

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11th issue of the autonomist journal Midnight Notes - a book published originally by Autonomedia.

"Gulf War Syndrome"

Brief summary of what is known as "gulf war syndrome", an illness contracted by an estimated 175,000 veterans of the First Gulf War.

The great war for civilisation: The conquest of the Middle East - Robert Fisk

A sweeping and dramatic history of the last half century of conflict in the Middle East from an award-winning journalist who has covered the region for over thirty years, The Great War for Civilisation unflinchingly chronicles the tragedy of the region from the Algerian Civil War to the Iranian Revolution; from the American hostage crisis in Beirut to the Iran-Iraq War; from the 1991 Gulf War to the American invasion of Iraq in 2003.