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Review: Revolution as Merchandise - "Unfinished Business-The Politics of Class War" - a British road to Anarchism

A review by "Nat Turner" of Class War's book Unfinished Business from Here & Now issue 13 (1992).

The review covers autonomist currents in London in the early 80s as well as a discussion of "identity politics".

Class War issue 67 1995

CW67 cover

An issue of Class War from the 1990s.

Class War issue 55 1992

CW55 cover

An issue of Class War from the 1990s.

Class War issue 30 1988

CW 38 cover

An issue of Class War from 1988.

Class War issue 29 1988

Class War 29 cover

An issue of Class War from 1988.

Class War issue 28 1988

Class War 28 cover

An issue of Class War from the late 1980s.

Class War newspaper

A partial online archive of issues of Class War, a UK-based anarchist tabloid newspaper founded in 1983.

Attack: The Voice of Respectable Moderation (1987)

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A one-off newspaper produced by London anarchist group Attack International in 1987.

The untold history of armistice and the end of World War I

‘The best antidote to ideology is detail,’ writes Paul Mason. And the detail that’s missing this Armistice Day is that working people, when they take power into their own hands, can end whatever catastrophe is imposed on them.

Socialism, Politics and Sectarianism

2013 Police campaign against sectarianism

Reproduced for information purposes;
Does calling a socialist or a socialist party “Sectarian” have any political justification or is it just a form of abuse? The Socialist Party of Great Britain has long been written off by its opponents as “sectarian” as though making this accusation against us places our opponents on some sort of political high ground.