UK

Education and the Class Divide

The expansion of university education, which is now a relatively common feature of the working-class condition, has not and cannot deliver the goods in terms of prosperity, well-being and any other measure of progress for societies trapped within the constraints of class division.

Anarchy: The Great Brain Robbery 1971

Special un-numbered issue of Anarchy magazine on education.

Does working from home weaken the working class? - Bluebirdbeta

An article about the challenges of workplace organising when working from home, first published by New Syndicalist.This piece came about from conversations within IWW Cymru, and we hope that it kicks off discussion in the wider labour movement.

Anarchy #03 1971

The infamous "Acid Issue" of the 2nd series of Anarchy magazine.

The UK political class between a rock and a hard place – UK report October 2020

Liverpool Anarchist #9

Articles on Formby Hall, 1969 Rent Strike, migrant solidarity and more.

The Occupied Times of London #29 March 2016

The final issue of Occupied Times.