Reclaim The Streets

Do Or Die #8 1999

8th issue of Do Or Die published in 1999. 345 pages. Full contents below.

"Do or Die—riding the space hopper of self-delusion through the garbage heap of despair since 1992"

PDF from the Do Or Die archive.

Do Or Die #6 1997

6th issue of Do Or Die featuring, Reclaim The Streets, RTS and the Liverpool Dockers, animal anrtics, Earth First1 strategy reflections, The Business of Conservation - or the conservation of business?, Newbury Bypass - critiques of the camp/campaign, No Evolution Without Revolution: the political ecology of wolves, beavers, sheep and deer, tourism and travel, Farewell to Fairmile: road raging in the South West, Genetically Modified food, The Luddites' War On Industry, Lyminge Forest, Reclaim The Valleys (Wales), Flywood camp (Manchester Airport), British Columbia, Czech anti-nuclear power camp, international news, policing of environmental protest in the UK, publication reviews, letters.

Do Or Die #5 1995

The "apocalypse, recuperation and resistance issue" of Do Or Die including: Pollock Free State, resistance to M65 extension in the North of England, regional round up, Reclaim The Streets actions in London, international news, Biodiversity threats, Bougainville, David Bellamy exposed!, Critical Mass, Shoreham: live exports and community defence, Feral by John Zerzan, Special Branch harass ALF Press Office and Green Anarchist (early GANDALF), letters, publication reviews, prisoners.

Reclaim ‘Reclaim the Streets’! - Z

The retreat from the specific experience of empowerment to symbolic politics, sentimental solidarity and 'spontaneity' ... We're on the road to nowhere.

A critical contribution to Reflections On Mayday.

Was it Worth it?

Original Flyer - back

Some anonymous reflectons by one of the organisers of London May Day 2000, including some accounts of police surveillance and harassment.

Reflections on Mayday 2000

A collection of texts reflecting on Mayday 2000: A festival of anti-capitalist ideas and action in London.

PDFs courtesy of the comrades at Sparrows Nest Archive, Nottingham.

Authoritarians, Vanguards and Anti-Capitalist Movements

An anarchist response to the Socialist Workers Party's criticisms of the anti-capitalist movement in the 2000s.

From Black Flag 220 (2001).

Cock Up Or Conspiracy - Fascists Target Pub

Seven anti-fascists were arrested on 28 November 2000 as the National Front failed in their attempt to close down a pub in North London.

Article from Black Flag #220 (2001)

A Mayday over MayDay - Bash Street Kids

A text by the Bash Street Kids on Mayday 2000 in London.

Taken from Reflections On Mayday.

This version purloined from The Anarchist Library.