There was keen anticipation for this book’s release and the author does succeed in presenting many of the positive aspects of the Paris Commune. However, this work suffers from gaping factual errors, poor analysis of events, and an inaccessible writing style that too often gets in the way of a clear account of what were the best lessons from the Paris Commune of 1871.
We have organised a speaking tour with a member of the Taller Libertario Alfredo Lopez (TLAL) from Havana. They are part of the newly formed Anarchist Federation of the Caribbean.
An examination of how capital, with the State’s support, is seeking to control all aspects of city life such that every inch of ground is a source of profit for someone.
A Statement from Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet (Revolutionary Anarchist Action in Turkey) on the bombing a meeting of the labour movement in Ankara on Saturday 10th of October.
An examination of whether anarchists should join the IWW in order to undertake their workplace agitation.
Working class solidarity has sprung up across the UK in solidarity with migrants stranded in Calais by the government’s border policy.
A run-down of our stalls and talks at two upcoming bookfairs.
Black Dissidents are working along side the Movement for Justice in order to demand the immediate closure of detentions centres across the UK as well as link up struggles with Calais Migrant Solidarity Camp. This article contains info on how to get involved.
A look at this year’s Reclaim the Fields action, building opposition to the Wrexham Mega-prison and linking up different struggles in the region.
POST-ELECTION SPECIAL ISSUE: This issue contains reports of people fighting along side refugees and asylum seekers, winning against their dodgy landlords, and acting in solidarity with people sleeping rough. All this is being done without the wet blanket that is Jeremy Corbyn or the hope-filled lies of political parties.