Organise! magazine Issue 85 Winter 2015

Organise! magazine Issue 85 Winter 2015

Organise issue 85 cover imageMAKE SPACE FOR RESISTANCE Fighting for our environment, struggling against nationalism & reformism, understanding the workings of austerity PLUS analysis, reviews, our regular culture feature, and much more.

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Still Angry not Apathetic - Resistance Bulletin #159

Still Angry not Apathetic – Resistance Bulletin #159

cover of Resistance Bulletin 159 Autumn 2015 STILL ANGRY NOT APATHETIC POST-ELECTION SPECIAL ISSUEPOST-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.

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Organise! magazine Issue 84 Summer 2015

Organise! magazine Issue 84 Summer 2015

Organise issue 84 cover imageWHOEVER IS ELECTED CAPITALISM WINS. Pre-election contents: Cities public housing and social cleansing, Anti-cuts movement analysis, Analysis of war arenas including Libya and Middle East, Kurdish struggle in Rojava, Election balls, Suffragettes & Sylvia Pankhurst on Parliament, Report from AFem 2014, plus culture, reviews and obituary.

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Angry Not Apathetic - Resistance bulletin #158

Angry Not Apathetic – Resistance bulletin #158

cover of Resistance Bulletin 158 Spring 2015 ANGRY NOT APATHETIC ELECTION SPECIAL ISSUEGENERAL ELECTION SPECIAL ISSUE: What anarchists do instead of voting, Labour and the Unions, Lib-dems: a student’s view, Green Party “Tories on Bikes”, Syriza in Greece, Suffragettes, Russell Brand.

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Organise issue 83 cover image

Organise! magazine Issue 83 Winter 2014

Organise issue 83 cover imageTHEIR AUSTERITY, THEIR WARS, THEIR REPRESSION … OUR RESISTANCE. Chinese workers’ struggles, Arab Summer, Morocco & Eqypt, new Caribbean Anarchist Federation, Slovenian anarchist interview & Balkan bookfair report, Iceland, French 19th C. silk workers revolt, Frans Maserreel anarchist artist.

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A Short Introduction to Anarchist Communism

A Short Introduction to Anarchist Communism

A Short Introduction to Anarchist CommunismThe Anarchist Federation is an organisation of revolutionary class struggle anarchists. We aim for the abolition of all hierarchy, and work for the creation of a world-wide classless society: anarchist communism.

This pamphlet will give a short introduction to anarchist communism and how we think we can get there.

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The Role of the Revolutionary Organisation

The Role of the Revolutionary Organisation

The role of the revolutionary organisation front coverWe in the Anarchist Federation seek the abolition of capitalism and state in favour of bringing about a society based on the guiding principle ‘From each according to their ability, to each according to their need.’ This is anarchist communism. In order to achieve this we need a revolutionary organisation to undertake a certain role as part of the working class.

This pamphlet will explain why.

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Work

Work

Work front coverWe live in a society where the activities we engage in for most of our life are not based on being useful to society or fulfilling to ourselves, but are based upon getting money to have our needs met. Our work is the driving force behind capitalism. The activities we’re required to perform are either detrimental to society or have their full worth undermined by the drive for profits.

This pamphlet will explain why we must abolish work.

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Basic Bakunin

Basic Bakunin

This pamphlet will examine the anarchist ideas of Mikhail Bakunin. Despite having often been reviled, distorted or ignored since, these ideas were a huge influence upon the 19th century socialist movement. On reading this pamphlet, we hope that it will become apparent that Bakunin has a lot to offer us today, that his ideas make up a coherent and well-argued body of thought, and show that there is good reason for him to be described as the grandfather of modern anarchism.

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