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Liverpool Anarchist newsletter

A local monthly newsletter covering local organising, radical history and direct action in the city of Liverpool. Our content is committed to being anti-state, communist and against all oppression.

Our website can be found at: https://liverpoolanarchist.wordpress.com/

Liverpool Anarchist #8

Articles on Universal Credit, the 1968 Rent Strike and Social Revolution.

Home News - Black Flag

Some of the short UK news items from Black Flag #216 1999.

Letters - Black Flag #216

Letters to Black Flag about the London Anarchist Bookfair, Green Anarchist and Kieran Casey of the IWA.

Review: The Contract Of Mutual Indifference by Norman Geras

A book review from Black Flag #216 1999.

A Visit to the Paris CNT - Ben Debney

Between May and August 1998 I travelled from Melbourne. Australia to England, France and Spain. During my holiday in Europe I visited a number of revolutionary unions, including the "Vignoles CNT" in Paris and Lyon, who were expelled from the International Workers' Association at its last congress in Madrid.

Article from Black Flag #216 1999.

Jakarta Diary - Black Flag

During late November and December, the situation in Indonesia once again went on the boil, with huge riots against President Habibie, who is trying to hold onto power. During these momentous events, there was a Finnish anarchist in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, who observed them at first hand and spoke to many of the participants.

From Black Flag #216 1999.

Revolutionary Supermarket: A Five Year History of Self-Management in Sweden - Kurt Svensson

The following is my personal reflections over the first six years of the Stockholm's Anarchists space - the Revolutionary SuperMarket - more fondly known as RSM. In order to write the following article I have made use of, besides my somewhat hazy memory, material from Brand's archive, protocols from RSMs all-meetings and giro statements from RSMs account. This description is not complete and if I have forgotten something or someone it was not on purpose, only human...

From Black Flag #216 1999.