2016 was very demoralising, and 2017 is looking worse. Anarchists have tended to be enduringly optimistic about the revolutionary potential of the working class. Now it seems to be at an all-time low. But this only makes revolutionary analysis and social activism more important than ever. It is time to work out what to do for the best in the new political environment, and to do it.
A report on the way in which Bristol Solidarity Network has been taking on landlords to win repairs, deposits, and more.
An examination of how capital, with the Stateís support, is seeking to control all aspects of city life such that every inch of ground is a source of profit for someone.
An analysis of the effects of the Scottish independence referendum on class struggle in Scotland.
Itís now six years since David Cameron said that a new Tory government would usher in ďa new age of austerity.Ē This article looks at what this means and how groups and communities are fighting back against austerity in ways both more imaginative and more fruitful than a Saturday afternoon march with a speech by Jeremy Corbyn at the end.
An short analysis of the global campaign to stop investment in fossil fuel extraction and use.
A place to live is a one of the most basic human needs. Unfortunately, housing is now being used to make money at the expense of the working class. This article looks at the causes and the growing resistance to this trend.
A submission to our site examining the spectacle of the university gradation ceremony, and a reply by one of our members.
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An article from the Assembly for the Circulation of Struggles about the recent referendum (05/07/15) in Greece.