Scottish Federation of Anarchists

Letters - Tommy Sheridan

Responses to an article in Scottish Anarchist defending Tommy Sheridan, including Tyneside Anarchist Group and the author of the original piece.

Tommy Sheridan: Have we the right to condemn? - Black Sheep

Controversial article from Scottish Anarchist issue 2 in defence of Tommy Sheridan which includes some useful insights into the differences between Scottish Militant Labour and its counterpart in England. Several letters criticising this article appeared in issue 3.

Edinburgh's Other Tattoo - Ellis D. Hayes

A forensic representation of Bowed Joseph Smith

The story of Bowed Joseph Smith, notorious cobbler and rabble rouser in Edinburgh in the 1780s.

Bowed Joseph is said to have returned to support people resisting the eviction of Edinburgh Unemployed Workers Centre in 1994...

Scottish Anarchist #3 1995

Third and probably final issue of Scottish Anarchist circa 1995.

PDF courtesy of the comrades at Sparrows Nest archive, Nottingham.

Scottish Anarchist #2 1995

Second issue of Scottish Anarchist, the magazine of the Scottish Anarchist Federation.

From 1995?

PDF courtesy of the comrades at Sparrows Nest archive, Nottingham.

Scottish Anarchist magazine

Online archive of Scottish Anarchist, the magazine of the Scottish Federation of Anarchists.

At least three issues were published in the 1990s.

Scottish Anarchist -Fight the Rich, Not their wars

Leaflet and newsheet produced in 2001 against the Iraq War by numerous scottish anarchists and liberations including I believe the Scottish Federation of Anarchists(SFA).

Scottish Anarchist #1 1994

Scottish Anarchist is the Journal of the Scottish Federation of Anarchists (the SFA).

"The SFA unites anarchists, libertarian socialists and autonomous revolutionaries across this fair nation. It does this for the express aim of increasing the influence of anarchist ideas and ideals in the class struggle."

Produced 1994.

The Scottish Federation of Anarchists (SFA) Aims and Principles(C. 1990)

The Scottish Federation of Anarchists (SFA) was a class struggle anarchist grouping of the early 1990s. It produced Scottish Anarchist magazine, a regular newsheet of the same name and had groups in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and elsewhere. It lasted a few years.

Braveheart and Scottish nationalism

Article on national self-determination in Scotland. Written by Iain MacSaorsa, Scottish Anarchist, number 3, the magazine of Scottish Federation of Anarchists.