Solidarity for workers' full control - Solidarity (West London)

Partial online archive of the journal of the West London group of libertarian socialist organisation, Solidarity, from the late 1960s/early 1970s.

Solidarity for workers' full control #01

First issue of the West London Solidarity group's journal, probably from 1969 or 1970, with articles about the Liverpool GEC occupation attempt, cutlery workers in Sheffield, refuse collectors in Brent and minicab drivers.

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Solidarity for workers' full control #02

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 2 – April 1969

Contents

May 1st is May Day
Daggers drawn at Dungeness by workers of Dungeness
Labour’s blueprint by Mark Hendy
Kingsnorth kowboys by Ivan Erection
Red faces at L.S.E. by Ernie Stanton
Struggling on at Kellogs
Chromium outpost – a poem by Malcom Lee
The C.P. leaflet mystery

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Solidarity for workers' full control #03

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 3 – May 28th 1969

Contents

Dungeness reactors by workers of Dungeness
Brown and green blues by Isaac Wolfson
Kelloggs for breakfast, dinner and tea by the sheik of barking creek
Borough market waste by L. Doe
L.S.E. close up by A.M.
A halfpenny change at Kingsnorth by Ivan Erection
Erector’s rhymes
May 1 was May Day ! by Ernie Stanton
Another circus by Mark Hendy

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Solidarity for workers' full control #04

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 4 – July 4th 1969

Contents

Squatters’ last stand
Fiat workers see through unions
Keystone kops at Kingsnorth by Col. Hogan
International’s cheese roll cuisine by Fanny Craddock
The Allen’s dispute by the India rubber man
All bruvvers at Kingsnorth by Ivan Erection
Violence in court by Jackie Shreeve
Solidarity conference by A.M.
Dandy promises at Dungeness by workers of Dungeness
Policemen in other uniforms

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Solidarity for workers' full control #05

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 5

Strike ! P & B workers need your help by Y.B.A. Blackleg
Delays at Drax "A" by Cock of the North
Drax colour supplement
It’s out of my hands, a poem by Mr Toad
T.U.C. v. the workers by Mark Hendy
Class rule at Fawley by our kid
In and outside the Fiat racket by Lynette Trotter
Borough market fiddle

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Solidarity for workers' full control #06

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 6 – September 9th 1969

Contents

Life and death of the party by R. Souls
Revolting revolutionaries by Wire Bond
No freedom of the press at Kingsnorth by the son of Ivan Erection
Islington break-up by Jackie Shreeve
Murder inc. at Norfleet by J. Bradley
Saboting the boss by I. Sabot
Foul diggs and doings at Fawley by our kid

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Solidarity for workers' full control #07

Solidarity for workers’ full control– South London - Number 7 – October 10th 1969

Contents

War at Aberthaw by A. Leak
The C.E.U. strikes again ! a letter from Eddie Mardsen
An open letter to the C.E.U. executive council
Kingsnorth untouchables by Chou Mein Chou (Dog Eat Dog)
Teaching machines !
Manpower limited by L. Doe
Dustmen break through by Dusty Strike of Hackney

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Solidarity for workers' full control #08

Solidarity for workers’ full control – South London - Number 8 – December 19th 1969

Carry on Kingsnorth by Shakespeare
Equal pay for foremen ! by J.T.F.
C.P. strategy stolen by I.S. - Or how to make revolting foremen by C. Jenkins, A.S.T.M.S.
Parsons knows
Of sharks and men
Nuts and bolt by James Foarnley
S.S. men by Jackie Shreeve and James Foarnley
Stop press : the pay off at C.A. Parsons and Co. LTD

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Solidarity for workers' full control #09

Solidarity for workers’ power – South London - Number 9 – February 1st 1970

Contents

Inside the C.E.U. bureaucracy by Unanimous
The mask of bureaucracy, a poem
Christmas carol a Kingsnorth by Bob Cratchet
Parsons new
Tighe’s tightrope by Ivan the Terrible Erector
Contented cows by Ciggy Freud

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Solidarity for workers' full control #10

Solidarity for workers’ power – South London - Number 10

Contents

Expo '70 C.E.U. E.C. by workers at Kingsnorth
Kingsnorth workers’ nightmares by Michael Toblin
Bowater lilys by Toilet Tissue Ted
William Brown, a traditional song
Down with tyranny by Michael Tobin
Stalins' C.E.U. coven by Up-Yours

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