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Class Power on Zero Hours: An Anarchist’s View
Angry Workers of the World (AWW) are a small communist collective based in London, influenced by Italian workerism and a […]
Anarchism and Australian universities: Making campuses ungovernable
The university frequently plays an important role in the political imaginary of our times. For many conservative – and some […]
BOOK REVIEW: Insurrection by Agustin Guillamón
Agustín Guillamóns latest translated work “Insurrection: The Bloody Events of May 1937 in Barcelona” is a brilliant political history of […]
Turning the people against the workers: reflections on democracy versus socialism and the service industry
Michael Heinrich’s introduction to Capital offhandedly deals with a point popular among leftist academics: “The difference between services and physical […]
Correspondence: on the unemployed and the lumpenproletariat
Response to “Organising the unemployed and the role of the lumpen-proletariat”, by Sam Murray (Bulletin #4) By Daniel Rashid Sam […]
National Liberation, Social Revolution and Organised Anarchism: the case of French Anarchists and Algeria
A critical review of Eyes to the South: French Anarchists and Algeria, by David Porter By Mya Violet Walmsley ‘Starting […]