John Perotti

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 6, June/July 1991

Vol 2 Issue 6 of Love & Rage, with articles on indigenous spear-fishers, letters continuing the debate on the Gulf War, an upcoming Love & Rage conference, a revolt against police violence in DC, a report from an anarchist speaking tour, Wayne Price on the Bookchinite Left Green Network, the ABC column with updates on John Perotti and a graphic about the Irish Murray case, anarchism and AIDS activism, a riot in Tompkins Square Park, a European autonomist congress, Soviet Jews and Israel, an anarchist critique of free trade, the On Gogol Boulevard column with news from Russia, Poland, and Czechoslovakia, and more.

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 5, May 1991

Vol 2, Issue 5 of Love & Rage, with reports from a student strike at CUNY, letters including criticism of L&R's position on the Gulf War, the beating of Rodney King, the struggle for abortion in Poland, Chris Day on democracy in local groups, the ABC column of prison news including John Perotti's hunger strike and a critique from Bob McGlynn about the lack of prisoner support, a long article on ecology, critical thinking and utopia, notes of revolt including two sailors charged with mutiny and sabotage of the train tracks outside a naval base, and the On Gogol Boulevard column with anarchist news from Poland, Hungary and Slovenia.

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 4, April 1991

Vol 2, Issue 4 of Love & Rage, with articles on the Gulf War, letters, a report from an invasion of a Minneapolis TV station, a Queer Nation position paper setting out the "bash back" position, a hunger strike among women prisoners in Canada, the treatment of anarchist prisoner John Perotti, a beating in the Mansfield, Ohio control unit, the On Gogol Boulevard column with a report from an international syndicalist conference organised by the SAC, the Bulgarian Federation of Anarchistic Youth, a letter from the Berlin squats, Chris Day on building local anarchist groups, and notes of revolt with anti-gentrification resistance in New Orleans and more.

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. 1 No. 5, August 1990

Issue 5 of Love & Rage, with articles on the Mohawk revolt in Canada, letters on the anti-poll tax movement and imperialism, a critique of L&R's macho imagery, anarchists confronting Operation Rescue in New York, a proposed biotech lab on the site of Malcolm X's assassination, a Stonewall commemoration organised by the Radical Faeries, Mandela and the ANC, torture by Chicago cops, anarchist movement news, prison news including a John Perotti update, news about the Polish anarchist movement from On Gogol Boulevard, a report from a L&R editorial council meeting, a revolutionary anarchist primer, and coverage of Earth First!'s Redwood Summer.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 2, May 1990

Issue 2 of Love & Rage, with letters including a resignation from the ISO, international news, a police attack on a squat in Berkely, a review of a film adaptation of the Handmaid's Tale, Earth Day action on Wall Street, ACT UP and the AIDS movement, the end of a miners' strike in Pittston, Virginia, action against McDonalds, prisoner news including John Perotti ending his hunger strike and the continuing hunger strike in Spain, Public Enemy, squatting and repression in Chicago, Lithuanian independence, the On Gogol Boulevard column of international news, the UK Poll Tax riot, and more.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1990

The first issue of Love & Rage, with articles on the fall of apartheid, international news, remembering Malcolm X, a killer cop convicted after riots in Miami, a meeting of the anti-racist skinhead group The Syndicate, the defeat of the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, anarchist action in Warsaw, direct actions for Earth Day, the invasion of Panama, a raid on a squatted community centre in New York, prisoner news including John Perotti and Spanish political prisoners both going on hunger strikes, a misogynist massacre in Montreal, feminist organising in the East Bay, ACT UP, and the "On Gogol Boulevard" column of news from the collapsing Eastern Bloc.