Out of Print

The Anarchist Federation has published many works over the years. What follows is a selection of our out of print pamphlets, made available here for historical reference. Please note that the position of the federation may have changed (in some cases quite substantially) since these were first in print.

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THE POLL TAX AND HOW TO FIGHT IT

The Poll Tax and How to Fight It front coverThe Poll Tax and How to Fight It was the first of two pamphlets we wrote on the Poll Tax, published around October 1988. It encouraged the rise of mass revolt against the Community Charge as it was happening in Scotland, and as it was poised to be fought and beaten a year later in England and Wales as well.

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BEATING THE POLL TAX

Beating the Poll Tax pamphlet front coverBeating the Poll Tax is a relevant ‘blast from the past’, a widely distributed booklet that encouraged and analysed the rise of mass revolt against the Community Charge in 1989/90 as it was happening. First published by the Anarchist Communist Federation in March 1990 under the Tories, then published online March 2006 by the Anarchist Federation and dedicated to New Labour and the Left, “Our past experience should teach us to expect nothing else of them.”

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MANIFESTO OF LIBERTARIAN COMMUNISM – GEORGE FONTENIS -1953

Manifesto of Libertarian Communism pamphlet front coverWritten in 1953 by George Fontenis, Manifesto of Libertarian Communism is one of the key texts of the anarchist communist current, translated from French manifeste du communisme libertaire. Although flawed, the best features need to be incorporated into modern revolutionary theory and practice.

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THE ANARCHIST MOVEMENT IN JAPAN

The anarchist movement in Japan pamphlet front coverThe fascinating account of Japanese anarchism in the 20th Century, by John Crump. Updated with postscript,

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ECOLOGY AND CLASS – WHERE THERE’S BRASS THERE’S MUCK

Ecology and Class pamphlet front coverThis major second edition looks at the ecological crisis facing us today, what is being done about it and sets out in detail our views on what an ecologically sustainable world would be like.

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