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Thoughts on Fighting For Ourselves

It’s probably fair to say that the Solidarity Federation’s new pamphlet/book, Fighting for Ourselves, is one of the most impressive pieces of writing to come out of the UK anarchist movement for a while. In fact, it might be the … Continue reading

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One of these days I’m gonna get organizized: some thoughts on organisation

I’ve spent a while trying to work out what I think about revolutionary organisations, and the last month or so has seen quite a few pieces that’ve prompted me to think about the issue a bit more: over on this … Continue reading

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Principles, priorities, popularity, pasties and power – thinking about an anarchist strategy

At around this time last year, I wrote a piece looking at some of the tensions between class unity and the need for specific groups to control their own autonomous struggles – not arguing for one over the other, but … Continue reading

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Two funerals and a wedding: Catching up with the latest anarchist and socialist gossip

To start off with, a direct action round-up: the latest day of action against benefit cuts was marked by an invasion of the Daily Mail’s Glasgow offices, a picket against ATOS Origin in Liverpool, and similar protests around the country. … Continue reading

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