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The Right to Work or the Right to Fight to Live - Martin Wright

Martin Wright reflects on the tedium of the left's "Right To Work" campaign and proposes some less passive alternatives. From Anarchy #21, 1976.

Originally transcribed by Gawain Williams.

Fascism in Britain Today (1976): The National Front, the working class and the lumpen - Martin Wright

Martin Wright on the class composition of support for the National Front, from Anarchy #19, 1976.

Fascism in Britain Today (1976): The Left and the National Front - Martin Wright

Young Asians, Blacks and Whites confront the NF march in Bradford

Martin Wright on fascism and anti-fascism from Anarchy magazine in 1976.

Article typed up by the comrades at Kate Sharpley Library. Notes in square brackets are by KSL. Footnotes by Libcom.

Can't Pay, Won't Pay: Rent Striking During the Covid-19 Crisis, a handbook

This handbook was produced by the RENT STRIKE collective in April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 crisis. It is designed specifically to assist students to go on rent strike as a means to win rent suspensions or cuts in response to the financial difficulties the Covid-19 crisis has caused for tenants.

2020 strike handbook for UCU activists

This handbook provides advice which may be useful to branch execs, and other activists and campaign organisers, in organising strike action and associated campaigning. It was originally released ahead of the 2019 [UCU] strike days, and has been updated based on the experience of the 2019 action. This document was previously hosted by the UCU Branch Solidarity Network.

Anarchy #37 1983/4

Penultimate issue of Anarchy (second series) from the mid 1980s.

Liverpool Anarchist

A local monthly newsletter covering local organising and direct action in the city of Liverpool. Our content is committed to being anti-state, anti-capitalist and intersectional.

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

Spies at Work

This is the full story of the right wing subversive organisation "The Economic League", which became known for its secret blacklisting activities on behalf of big business, but which has been also involved in anti-democratic conspiracies since the First World War.

This book was first made available online by the 1 in 12 Publications library.

Anarchy #19 1976?

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from the 1970s.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.

Anarchy #16 1975

An issue of Anarchy (2nd series) from the 1970s. Articles mainly about squatting and housing issues.

This issue scanned in by the comrades at Spirit of Revolt archive.