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Anarchy #37 1983/4

Penultimate issue of Anarchy (second series) from the mid 1980s.

Anarchy #19 1976?

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from the 1970s.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.

Anarchy #16 1975

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from the 1970s. Articles mainly about squatting and housing issues.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.

Anarchy #14 1974

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from 1974.

Contents include: the Building Workers Federation of Australia, Leon Trotsky, Prospects of Anarchy, tv documentaries on urban guerilla warfare, debate about Freedom, George Woodcock replies to Albert Meltzer, obituary of Lilian Wolfe, letters, Why Workers Control Doesn't Work In Yugoslavia.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.

Anarchy #13 1973

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from circa 1973.

Articles on problems faced by working class mothers, the assassination of Italian anarchist Carlo Tresca in New York in 1943, the politics of pregnancy, parenting a child with learning difficulties, Islington Mens' Group, radical education.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.

Yugoslavia Part One: 1918-1967 - The Red Menace

A leaflet on the development of capitalism and class struggle in Yugoslavia, produced by UK communists The Red Menace in the late 1980s.

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,

The Red Menace #4 Sept 1989

This issue features articles on transport strikes and Israe/Palestine ("two states too many") also a review supplement (Guy Debord book, Demolition Derby journal, anti-Zionist jewish journal, etc)

The Red Menace newsletter (UK)

Online archive of The Red Menace, a newsletter (and associated leaflets) published in London from 1989-1990 by a group of individuals as a contribution to the movement for a stateless, moneyless and classless world human community – communism.

Libcom also hosts A brief history of the Red Menace

London Workers Group Bulletin #11 August 1981

An issue of London Workers Group bulletin from 1981.

Featuring articles on riots, report from a nurse, report from a postal worker, Press Association dispute with clerical workers, BBC Publications strike, British Rail workers, automation/information technology, report on claimants and unwaged conferences in South East England and Leicester, union bureaucrats, Poland, letter from Albert Meltzer, Workers Autonomy leaflet from France.