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Foundations of Oppression: The Antebellum South Appalachian Class Dynamic

The nature of the South Appalachian planter economy can be best understood through the regions complex class dynamic and the struggles its lower classes endured for the sake of profits.

First as Tragedy, Second as Farce: Marcos, Duterte and the Communist Parties of the Philippines

Edited transcript of Joseph Scalice’s lecture on Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). This lecture is an account of the class collaborationist politics of National Democracy led by the CPP and how the root cause of the class collaborationist politics can be traced to the Stalinist theory of Socialism-in-one-country.

Get fucked, Bigdaddy!

A gay temp worker's account of workplace sabotage in a fundamentalist Christian company.

Ensinger, Doris (1944-2020)

Doris with Luis

A short biography of German anarchist Doris Ensinger.

Carlo Cafiero- a brief life

Carlo Cafiero

The following biography appears in the Anarchist Communist Group edition of Carlo Cafiero's Compendium of Capital, which has just been published.

‘Defending our homes against landlord tyranny’: Rent strikes, then and now.

An article on the history of rent strikes, written by Isaac Rose and Siobhan Donnachie for Greater Manchester Housing Action.

The Struggle is Our Inheritance: A History of Radical Minnesota

A pamphlet on the radical history of Minnesota, originally produced as part of the preparations for the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. This copy was found at infoshop.io

Keir Starmer: From 'Marxist' to 'Cop in an expensive suit' - Mark Kosman

Three months on from Sir Keir Starmer’s accession to the Labour leadership, we now have a better idea of how he wants to lead what is still officially called ‘Her Majesty’s Most Loyal Opposition’.

The LA gang truce and uprising of 1992 - Davey D & Twilight Bey

An interview with Twilight Bey, a former gang member involved in negotiating the truce, on the LA gang truce and uprising of 1992. This interview was first conducted on the 10-year anniversary of the uprising in April 2002, and was archived at indybay.org.

Caribbean women and the black community

Race Today Women on the collective struggles by Caribbean women in Britain. Published in April, 1975.