Dek. Keenan Collection.

Reference Code

GB243 T/SOR/33

Title

Dek Keenan Collection

Dates of Creation

1936 – 2014

Extent

6 boxes

Name of Creators

Dek Keenan

Level of Description

Fonds

Administrative History

Dek Keenan has been directly involved in the libertarian communist and revolutionary syndicalist movement in the UK and Ireland since the mid 1980s. His collection reflects this involvement. Based in Scotland since the end of the 1990s, he continues to be involved in the movement for the transformation of society in the interests of the global majority: the working class. He continues to collect the literature of that movement.

Scope and Content

Serials; Publications: Political campaign materials.

System of Arrangement

Items have been arranged according to record type.

Custodial History

Material collected by Dek Keenan.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Dek Keenan.

Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling

Appraised according to the Spirit of Revolt appraisal policy.

Accruals

Further accruals expected.

Access Conditions

Open

Copyright Reproduction

Application for reproduction should be made to the Spirit of Revolt group.

Existence of Copies

No known copies.

Finding Aids

Descriptive list available at Glasgow City Archives and on the Spirit of Revolt website.

Publication Note

No known publications.

Related collections

Other Spirit of Revolt (Ref: T/SOR) collections held at Glasgow City Archives.

Date(s) of Description

Compiled by N. Maksymuik & P. Larkin (Project Archivists), October 2015 – May 2016

1

Serials

1

3D: Don’t Pay! Don’t Collect! Don’t Implement! No.5

n.d

2

A Communist Effort No.4

n.d

3

A Mayor Vol.1, No.2

Summer 1989

4

A Pinch of Salt No’s 5 & 13

1986-1989

5

Abolishing the Borders from Below No’s 11, 16-17, 21,31

August 2003-February 2008

6

Alarme: Ferment Ouvrier Revolutionnaire No. 37/38

01/12/87

7

Alternative Green No.1

Winter 1992

8

Amargi

01/08/94

9

Anarchist Black Cross Bulletin No’s 2-4

n.d

10

Anarchy 2 Volume 1, No.2 (Second Series)

1971

11

Angry People No.14

n.d

12

Anti Exchange & Mart

n.d

13

Arm The Spirit No.16

Fall 1993

14

Aufheben: revolutionary perspectives No’s 1-9, 11, 12,14-17, 19-21

1992-2012

15

Aurora. Broadsheet of the Internationalists No.1

April/May 1999

16

Autognome No.5

n.d

17

Bete Noire. Student Anarchists

1989

18

Black Fist No.9

n.d

19

Black Star Second Series, No.1

1983

20

Brand No.1

1995

21

Bulletin of Anarchist Research No.16 February 1989 & No.24 Summer 1991

22

Careless Talk Vol 2, No.1

Winter/ Spring 1985

23

Catalyst: Anarcho-Syndacalist Quarterly No.1

Winter 87/88

24

Catalyst: Free sheet of the Solidarity Federation No’s 9, 22, 28, 30-31

Spring 2004-October 2014

25

Chain Reaction Vol 1, No.1

n.d

26

Clash No.10

Spring 1994

27

Unassigned

28

Class Whore – 2 issues, not numbered

n.d

29

Collective Action Notes No. 3/4 Fall/Winter 1994, No. 11/12 Fall/Winter 1996 & No.13 1997, No.16/16 2000

1987 – 2000

30

Communism No’s 4-5 & 8-11

July 1993 – June 1999

31

Communismo Libertario New Series Vol.10 No.24 & Vol. 13 No.39

1996 – 1999

32

Communist Bulletin No’s 12-15

Summer 1987 – Summer 1991

33

Communist Headache: Notes for Working and Living Vol.1 & 3

Autumn 1995

34

Communist Left: Review of the International Communist Party No’s 1 & 9

1989- 1994

35

Communist Review No.7

n.d

36

Confrontations:bulletin de l’organisation Socialiste Libertaire No.3

1988

37

Courant Alternatif Special edition No.2 & No.111

1999-2001

38

Crescita Politica No.39

1992

39

De Vrije Socialiste

1992

40

Die Schwarze

1996

41

Di Base No.6

1998

42

Discussion Bulletin No’s 36, 38-42, 44, 53-59

1989-1993

43

Dockers Charter No.23

February 1998

44

East End Howler No.6

n.d

45

Education Worker: Bulletin of the Education Workers Network No.9

2012

46

Emergency No.5

1990

47

Evading Standards

April 1997

48

Fifth Estate Vol 20 No.3, Vol 21 No.2, Vol 23 No.1, Vol 24 No.2, Vol 25 No’s 1 & 2, Vol 32 No.2, Vol 33 No.1

1987- 1998

49

Fighting Talk: Journal of Anti-Fascist Action No’s 3, 6-20 & 1 unnumbered

c.1990s

50

Flux No.1-2 & 5-6

1990-1993

51

Free Society Volume 2 No.1

Winter 1993

52

Gateavisa No.149

n.d

53

Green Anarchist No.24

n.d

54

Green Revolution No.2

Spring 1992

55

Heavy Stuff No’s 3, 4-5 & 2 unnumbered editions

56

Heresy. The Magazine of the Revolutionary Socialist Network No’s 6, 8 & 11

1998-2001

57

Ideas & Action No’s 11,12 & 14

Summer 1989-

58

Industrial Worker Vol.81 No.4, Vol.83 No.1, Vol 84 No.1, Vol 87 No.1525, Vol 88 No.1539, Vol 89 No.1534, Vol 90 No.1555

-1984

59

Intercom: Revolutionary Discussion Bulletin No.6

1984

60

Insurrection No’s 4 & 5

1998

61

International Communist (Review) No’s 11, 14, 16-19, 21

1993-2002

62

International Council Correspondence No.10

1984

63

Internationalist Perspective No’s 6, 8, 18 & 21

64

International Communist Current, Pamphlet No 1 – Unions Against the Working Class, Pamphlet No. 2 – Nation or Class? & International Review No.59

1980 – 1989

65

International Socialist Forum No.3

October 1998

66

Irish Anarchist Bulletin No’s 3 & 4

1989

67

Jewish Socialist No.54

Winter 2007

68

Koaos:Nihilistisk Bulletin No.1

1993

69

Kick It Over No.35

Summer 1995

70

Kontra No.117

n.d

71

K.S.L: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No’s 11-15

1997-1998

72

Kultur Zwischendurch No.69

n.d

73

Kurier No. 3 & 4

2011-2012

74

Le Combat Syndicalism No’s 329 & 358

2008-2011

75

Le Libertaire No.111

1990

76

Le Monde Libertaire No’s 651 & 1405

1987-2005

77

Lib Ed: A Magazine for the Liberation of Learning Vol 2 No’s 2, 5, 7-8, 10-11

1986-1989

78

Libertarian Communist 4 x Special Supplement: Russia 1917, Spain 1936, Germany 1918-1919, Sketching the limits of Trotsky

n.d

79

Lona Industriale No.3

2001

80

London Notes No.1

June 1992

81

Lonnslaven No’s 3,5 & 6

1993-1995

82

Lotta Di Classe No.33

2011

83

Love and Rage Vol.1 No’s 5-6, Vol.2 No’s 7 & 9, Vol.3 No’s 6-7 Vol.4 No’s 1, 3, 6 Vol. 6 No’s 2-4, Vol.7 No.4 Vol 8 No’s & 5 & 1 unnumbered undated edition

1990-1997

84

Manchester Anarchist News No.2

March 2004

85

Mass Strike Vol 1, No’s 1 & 2

2008-2009

86

MayDay No.6

Winter 2010

87

McSues issue 2

n.d

88

Medusa. Special English Edition

2002

89

Modern Anarchism Issue 1

Jan/Feb 1999

90

No war but the class war. Discussion bulletin No.3

1999

91

New Interventions Vol 11, No.4 & Vol.12, No.2

2004-2006

92

Now or Never No.21

n.d

93

Nuclear Free Scotland.

June 2007

94

Open Eye No’s 1-3

1991-1995

95

Open Road: Anarchist News Journal Issue 25

Winter 1990

96

Oxfiend No.167

4th May 1995

97

Perspectives on Anarchist Theory.

Fall 1997

98

Precari Nati No.5

1999

99

Profane Existence No.14 May-June 1992 & Summer issue 1997 Part 2

100

Rabble-Rouser Issue 1, Vol 1

1989

101

Radical Chains No’s 1-5

1989-1998

102

Reality Now Issue 8, Winter 1988/Spring 1989

103

Reason to Believe No.2

July 2001

104

Rebel Worker Vol.23, No.2

July-Aug 2004

105

Rebelles Vol 1, No.6

106

Red Action No’s 64, 72-75 & Vol 3, No’s 1-3

1993-1998

107

Red Pepper No.155

August/ September 2007

108

Red & Black Notes Spring 2000 & Summer 2002

109

Red & Black Revolution No’s 1-4, 7-11 & 13

1994-2007

110

To be assigned

111

Resistencia Obrera No.174-175

2006

112

Revolutionary Perspectives No’s 4,7, 9-12, 14-16, 19, 26, 28-29, 31

1996-2004

113

RSN News No’s 2-4 & 1 unnumbered

n.d

114

Scottish Anarchist No’s 1-3

1994 – 1995

115

Smorsyra No.16

1994

116

Socialism from below Vol 1, No’s 1-4

n.d

117

Socialist Alternatives Vol 4, No.1

Spring 1989

118

Solidaridad Obrera No.206

February/ March 1990

119

Solidarity: A Journal of Libertarian Socialism. London Solidarity Group No’s Vol 7, No.16/7, 8-21, 22/23, 24, 28/29 New series Vol 1, No’s 1-3 & 5 and Solidarity Pamphlet n. 48, Women in the Spanish Revolution

April 1972 -n.d

120

Solidarity: News from the Scottish Anarchist Network December 1997 & April 1998

121

Smash Hits: A discussion bulletin for revolutionary ideas October 1997 & Autumn 1998

122

Sniffin’ Glue Magazine: The Second 100 Club Punk Festival Special

n.d

123

Spartacus

November 2000

124

Stand Firm. Paper of the Trafalgar Square Defendant’s Campaign No’s 4 & 5

1990-1991

125

Swamp Thing: National Bulletin of the Non-Leninist revolutionary Milieu No.1

Summer 1994

126

Syndikalisten No.4

June 2005

127

Taking Liberties published by Anarchist Black Cross No’s 12-13,15-19 & May 1998

128

Target: The Quarterly Bulletin of “Pro-Fascist Action” Issue 2

n.d

129

The Bad Days Will End No’s 2-5

Summer 2000-Spring/ Winter 2001

130

The Blast! No’s 1-7

1994-1996

131

The Commune: for worker’s self-management and communism from below No’s 17-19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28-30

September 2010–June 2012

132

The Communist Bulletin No.16

Summer 1995

133

The Enemy Within June/July 1988, October 1988, May 1989

134

The Free Communist. Special Book fair Edition

n.d

135

The Free Thinker. Secular Humanist Monthly. Vol 124, No.8

August 2004

136

The Hobgoblin – A Journal of Marxist Humanism No.4 & No.6

2001 – 2005

137

The Irish Anarchist Review – Summer 2010, Autumn 2010, Summer 2011,Winter 2012 & Spring 2013

2010 – 2013

138

The North Eastern Anarchist. Magazine of the Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists No’s 1-2,4 & 6

c.2000-2003

139

The Nuclear Resister No.137

July 2005

140

The Occupied Times of London No.26 & No.11

March 2012 – October 2014

141

The Poor, The Bad and the Angry, Issue 2

n.d

142

The Red Menace No’s 1-5

February 1989 – January 1990

143

The Terra-ist No.1

Spring 1994

144

Traffico-Societa’-Ambiente

1988

145

Trotwatch Vol 1, Issue 1

Summer 1992

146

Umanita’ Nova Vol. 70, No.27 & Vol.81, No.24

1990-2001

147

Unicobas Notizie No.s 3 & 66

2003-2009

148

Unfinished Business No.1

Winter 2005

149

UniUndercurrent, University of Sussex No.7

1999

150

Variant Vol 2, No’s 21, 22 & 31

2004-2008

151

Viva Zapata!

February 1994

152

Warzine No.1 & 10

n.d – June 1989

153

We Dare To Be Free No’s 3, 4 & 6

1998-2000

154

What Next? Marxist Discussion Journal No’s .26 & 29

2003-2004

155

Wildcat No’s 10-18, Capitalism and it’s Revolutionary Destruction, a statement by Wildcat & Wildcat, Manchester Free Bulletin – Front Line News from the Class War

n.d

156

Workers Playtime, June 1984 & Bumper double issue

1984 – 1985

157

Workers Voice No’s 53,63,66,70,73-76,78

1990-1998

158

Working Class Resistance No.9

April/May 2005

159

World Revolution No’s 138, 143,145,154,159,175-176,178,192,238,338

October 1990-October 2010

160

Zero De Conduite No.67

June 2011

161

Direkte Aktion. International Arbeiter-Assoziation IAA. No.70

July/August 1988

162

Direkt Aktion. Syndikalistiska Ungdomsforbundet. No.1

September 1996

163

Techno Skeptic

Winter 1995

164

Trade Unionism or Socialism: the revolt against work. Solidarity Pamphlet No.47

n.d

165

Searchlight South Africa No.6

January 1991

166

The Libertarian, Published by Common Wealth, No.25. No.28 & No.30 (Common Wealth formerly The Libertarian)

1985 – 1989

167

Proletarian Gob, No’s 2-5 & 1 special issue

1993 -1995

168

Echanges No’s 1-2/92, 1-2/93, 2-3/94, 4/94-1/95, 2/95-1/96, 56

1992 -1998

169

Class Struggle Anarchist Network Bulletin

June/July 1990

170

Council Communist Pamphlet No.1 – The Hungarian Revolution 1956 and No. 2 – The Experience of the Factory Committees in the Russian Revolution.

1984

171

New Anarchist Review No’s 5-17, 19, 21 & 22

September 1985 – May 1993

172

Tiocfaidh Ar La! For Celtic and Ireland Issue No.3 & 5

n.d

173

Folkebladet No.3

n.d

174

Red Banner: a magazine of socialist ideas Issue 16

July 2003

175

Revolutionary collectives No.5

September 2008

176

Plain Rapper Comix 2

n.d

177

Ainrial: A Belfast Anarchist Monthly No’s1, 3, 4-7

1985-1987

178

Modern Times

n.d

179

Centre International de Recherches sur L’Anarchisme Bulletins 55 & 77 & Un Siècle de Chansons (1871- 1971)

1999-2001

180

Unassigned

181

Zabalaza Issue 1

2001

182

International Libero No.5

September 1978

183

A Lie Too Far. Searchlight Exposed No.214

April 1993

184

Anarchist Theft Issue 1

n.d

185

Armchair No’s 5 & 6

1993-1994

186

Animal Issue 2 The Football Special

n.d

187

Do or Die, Voices from Earth First! No.5

n.d

188

Mayday Magazine Issue 7

Winter 2012/13

189

SAC Newsletter

1994

190

The Cork Workers’ Club, Historical Reprints No. 5, The James Connolly Song Book, No. 9, The Connolly – Walker Controversy (On Socialist Unity in Ireland), No. 15, The Connolly – DeLeon Controversy (On Wages, Marriages & the Church) & No. 17, The Struggle of the Unemployed in Belfast, Oct. 1932 by Tom Bell

n.d

191

A Dialogue on Anarchy by Maurice Cranston, Anarchy 22 – A Journal of Anarchist Ideas

December

1962

192

Life and it’s Replacement with a Dull Reflection of Itself, Preliminary Thesis of The Pleasure Tendency, 1st Edition, Further theses: 1, Desire- Value and the Pleasure Tendency, Further theses: 2 – The Subversive Past

June 1984 & October

1985

193

Finding Time – one step beyond the tyranny of work by Norman Jope (sixth in a series of Mini-Memes, published by Memes)

n.d

 


 

2

Pamphlets and Publications

1

One Hundred Years On. The Story of The Haymarket Incident, The Chicago Martyrs, and the origins of May Day. Produced by Direct Action Movement.

n.d

2

1916 As History, The Myth of the Blood Sacrifice by C. Desmond Greaves

1991

3

AAP Collective Anarchist Football (Soccer) Manual

n.d

4

Abortion: Why Irish women must have the right to choose

March 1990

5

An activist’s guide to exploiting the media by George Monbiot.

2001

6

A Day Mournful and Overcast… by an “Uncontrollable” from the Iron Column

1993

7

Against Racism and Police Repression

n.d

8

A Modest Proposal For How The Bad Old Days Will End published by Pandoras Books.

n.d

9

A Worker Looks At History part 2 Cities in Revolt 1907-1932 by Denis Smyth

n.d

10

Animal Liberation: Devastate to Liberate? Or Devastatingly Liberal?

n.d

11

An Introduction to Guy Alfred Aldred and the Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation by John Taylor Caldwell & Mark Shipway

November 2006

12

Anarchy by J.R White

n.d

13

Anarchy published by Last Ditch Press

1985

14

Anarchy or Chaos, Organise!

n.d

15

Another World Is Possible: How the Liverpool Dockers Launched a Global Movement, edited by Pauline Bradley and Chris Knight

2004

16

The Anti-Climax by Alexander Berkman, Phoenix Press

n.d

17

Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom by Fredy Perlman, published by Left Bank Books

1983

18

The Arrogance of Uncontested Power by Lauren Otter

January 1988

19

The Autonomous Centre Of Edinburgh? What is it and what does it it do?

n.d

20

Anarchy 54 (Vol5 No 8) Erich Muhsam, Martin Buber, Gustav Landauer.

August 1965

21

Anarchy in the UK, London, Ten Days That Shook the World, October 21st – 30th 1994, programme and booklet

1994

22

An Anti-Statist Communist Manifesto by Joseph Lane

1985

23

Air France Strike October/November 1993

Winter 1993

24

An Introduction to the Misery of Islam by Al-Djouhall, published by The Friends of Omar Khayyàm Press, Second Edition

1989

25

Anarchist Alternative, pamphlet from the 20th Annual Anarchist Bookfair

2001

26

Unassigned

27

Against All Tyranny: Essays on Anarchism in Brazil. Kate Sharpley Library.

2003

28

The Alternative Guide to Derry. Third Edition. Published by the Pat Finucane centre.

n.d

29

An A-Z of Borders. Perspectives from the UK No Borders network

June 2009

30

Anarhia. Tonu Trubetsky.

1994

31

Anarchism and the National Liberation Struggle by Alfredo M. Bonanno, Bratach Dubh Pamphlets

1979

32

Anarchism and Ireland. Workers Solidarity Movement.

1985

33

Anarchist Economics: an alternative for a world in crisis by Abraham Guillen, published by ISEL/La Presa

n.d

34

Anarchism, Arguments For and Against by Albert Meltzer

1984

35

Anarchism in Turkey. Karambol Publications

1994

36

Anarchism & the E.Z.L.N, Anarchist Reprint Series

February 1998

37

Anarchism & Marxism by Daniel Guerin.

1981

38

No Statist Solutions, Anarchism and “the troubles” in Northern Ireland by Michael Ziesling.

1984

39

Anarchism and Violence by L.S Bevington.

n.d

40

Anarchism vs. Primitivism by Brian Oliver Sheppard.

2003

41

Anarchist Integralism: Aesthetics, Politics and the Apres-Garde by Luther Blissett.

1997

42

Anarchism: The Struggle Continues.

n.d

43

Anarchist Year Book 1992, 1994, 1995,1996, 1998, & 1999.

44

Unassigned

45

Authoritarian Leftists: Kill the Cop in your Head!. Greg Jackson

n.d

46

Spectacular Times Pocketbook Series, The Bad Days Will End, The Spectacle & The Skeleton Keys Double issue reprint & Bigger Cages, Longer Chains. Spectacular Times

c.1980’s

47

The Bakunists At Work. Engels. Progress Publishers, Moscow (2 editions)

1971 & 1976

48

Bakunin & Nechaev. Paul Avrich.

1974

49

The Battle for Hyde Park; ruffians, radicals and ravers, 1855-1994

50

Beyond the Balaclavs of South-East Mexico

1995

51

Bolshevism. Rudolf Sprenger

September 2004

52

‘Britain Must Break’ to defend ‘Real Labour’

August 2012

53

Paper- Brass tacks: A Yorkshire anarcho-communist takes on Islam and Bin Laden

2001

54

The Brownshirts of Zionism. Abner Barnatan. International Council Correspondence

1989

55

Building mutual support and organising in our communities. London Coalition Against Poverty.

2011

56

Bulgaria a new Spain: The Communist Terror in Bulgaria. Kulak Press.

1983

57

Cwmbach Miners & Women Speak Out

December

1984

58

Civil Defence: the Cruellest Confidence Trick by Philip Bolsover

n.d

59

Cellules Communistes Combattantes – Liberté! Information pour la libération de Pierre Carette, Pascale Vandegeerde, Bertrand Sassoye & Cellules Communistes Combattantes Interview à La Meuse, La Lanterne, La Nouvelle Gazette et La Province (version initiale)

April 1997 –

Summer 1996

60

Catalogue of Anarchist Books, Refract Publications

n.d

61

Class Struggle in a German Town, Radicals intervene in a nuclear power plant construction in Phillipsburg

n.d

62

The Counter-Revolution in Ireland by Serge Van der Straeten and Philippe Daufouy, published by Black & Red, Detroit

1974

63

The CNT and The Russian Rev by Ignacio de Llorens, published by The Kate Sharpley Library

n.d

64

Civil Rights? Stormont Wrongs! by Fionnbarra O’Dochartaigh

n.d

65

Community and Communism in Russia by Jacques Camatte (translated from French)

1978

66

The Cobas, Italy 1986-88: A New Rank and File Movement, by David Brown, published for Echanges et Mouvement by Advocom

n.d

67

The case for Socialist Feminism, an Alliance for Workers’ Liberty pamphlet

n.d

68

Unassigned

69

Carry on recruiting! Why the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) dumped the ‘downturn’ in a ‘dash for growth’ and other party pieces. Published by Trotwatch

October

1993

70

Class is Dead? – produced, printed & published by South-Yorkshire local Anarcho-Syndicalist Groups

n.d

71

Class Struggle Anarchism, Let’s get Organised – Organising and Thinking for Ourselves Without Bosses or Leaders, Glasgow Anarchist Group

n.d

72

Crossing the Border, Organise!, Class Unity and the Partition of Ireland – a response to the WSM position paper on partition, published by Organise!

November

2004

73

Dialectical Materialism & Psychoanalysis by Wilhelm Reich, published by Socialist Reproduction

n.d

74

Direct Action by Emile Pouget, published by The Kate Sharpley Library

2003

75

Death to Democracy – A Subversive Attack on Capitalist Democracy and the Rule of Law by Max

1990

76

Days of Dissent, Reflections on Summit Mobilisation

October

2004

77

The Economics Of Anarcho-Insurrectionism by B.M. Ignition

April

1995

78

The Friends of Durruti – A Chronology by Paul Sharkey, published by Editorial Crisol, Tokyo, Japan

n.d

79

The Continuing Appeal of Nationalism by Fredy Perlman, published jointly by Dark Star, Phoenix Press

n.d

80

The Economics of Freedom, Solfed Booklets

2003

81

The First Tawney Memorial Lecture, Equality by Stanley Evans, published by the Christian Socialist Movement

1964

82

Fake Left by Jack Common (First published in the ‘Adelphi’ 19th March 1933), published by Working Press Reprint

1992

83

Fighting to Win – the history of an anarchist amongst a thousand others, a Boris Dumont booklet produced in association with the Anarchist Black Cross. Published by Black Economy Books incorporating AK Press

n.d

84

Fight Alton, Fight For Abortion Rights! Produced by South West London Direct Action Movement

n.d

85

Fascism and How to Fight it (Fascists prepare to march on our streets)

n.d

86

Revolutionary Committees as a Method of Organisation (More to Come). Reprinted by Thames Valley Anarchists.

n.d

87

For a World Without Moral Order

n.d

88

Fascism/Antifascism by J. Barrot (reprint)

1987

89

Irish Terrorism, IRA, INLA: Foreign Support and International Connections. Published by the Institute for the Study of Terrorism

1988

90

The Future in the Present – Libertarian Organisation & Structure, Critical Anarchy No.1

1987

91

The Great Poll Tax Robbery – What it is and How to Fight it, A Workers Power Pamphlet

n.d

92

Groundswell

n.d

93

The General Strike in Salford in 1911 by Edmund and Ruth Frow. Published by Working Class Movement Library

1990

94

Goodbye to the Unions – A Controversy About Autonomous Class Struggle in Great Britain, published by Advocom for Echanges et Mouvement

1992

95

Green Apocalypse by Luther Blissett and Stewart Home, published by Unpopular books

n.d

96

Unassigned

97

Unassigned

98

Humanism by Barbara Smoker, published by National Secular Society

1984

99

Hungarian Workers Revolution, republished by Kulak Press, London and Doncaster

1984

100

Health & Safety at Work, an Anarcho-Syndicalist Approach, Solfed Booklets

2000

101

History as Creation by C. Castoriadis (Paul Cardan), Solidarity (London) Pamphlet 54

n.d

102

How the Gods Were Made (A Study in Historical Materialism) by John Keracher (originally published by Charles H. Kerr & Company 1929), reproduced by North East Branch of The Socialist Party

n.d

103

Hackney Anarchy Week – A celebration of subversion in East London 24 May – 2 June 1996, Free programme

24/5/96 – 2/6/96

104

Hotlines

n.d

105

Ireland – Past, Present and Future by The Socialist Party of Great Britain and World Socialist Party of Ireland

1983

106

The IWA Today – A Short Account of the International Workers Association and it’s Sections by C. Longmore, published by South London DAM – IWA

1985

107

In Whose Name? Britain’s denial of peace in Ireland, Troops Out Movement

n.d

108

The Iron Column: Testament of a Revolutionary, Elias Manzanera, translated by Paul Sharkey, published by the Kate Sharpley Library

2006

109

Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici, II “progamma minimo” dei Comunisiti Anarcgici (Atti del Vº Congresso della federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici), CP Editrice

1997

110

Identity, published by The Socialist Party

n.d

111

A Place of Compromise, Why we Need a Rank and File Movement, published by the Anarchist Workers Group

October

1988

112

Insurrection v. organization, Peter Gelderloos

n.d

113

Ireland and British Imperialism, an Irish Anarchist pamphlet

1992

114

Is Cuba Socialist, Socialist Studies, published by New York Labour News

1994

115

Unassigned

116

If You’re not Part of the Solution…

…You’re Part of the Problem, London Anarchist Communist Federation

n.d

117

Independent Working Class Association (IWCA) 1st and 2nd publication

c.1995

118

The Kronstadt Uprising 1921 by Ida Mett, Solidarity (London) Pamphlet 27. Duplicate in John Cooper Collection.

n.d

119

Kennington Park, The Birthplace of People’s Democracy by Stefan Szezelkun, republished by Past Tense

June

2006

120

The Kurdish Uprising And Kurdistan’s Nationalist Shop Front And its Negotiations With The Baathist/Fascist Regime

September

1991

121

Keeping up the ‘carry on’, A Trotwatch update on the Socialist Workers Party (SWP)

June

1995

122

Kropotkin, Self-valorization and the Crisis of Marxism by Harry Cleaver, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Texas

December

1992

123

Left-Wing Communism in Britain 1917-21

…An Infantile Disorder? By Bob Jones, published by Pirate Press

October

1991

124

Some Thoughts on Feminism & Sexual Politics by Vicki Dancin’ Crow

n.d

125

Unassigned

126

Last Orders for the Local? Working class space -v- the market place, Theme pubs and other environmental disasters, published by ACATAC: A Class Act To Abolish Classes

November

2001

127

The life style of Buenaventura Durruti, published by Kate Sharpley Library

1994

128

La Rezolucioj de la Kongreso de Saint-Imier by A.I.T. (Internacia Asocio de l’Laboro)

January

1990

129

Liberecana Ligilo 104 by Liberecana Frakcio

n.d

130

Life and Times of Joe Thomas – the road to libertarian socialism by Alan Woodward, A Libertarian Socialists Publication

n.d

131

Mayday Monopoly – game guide, Anti-capitalist Actions Across London on Tuesday 1 May 2001, published by the London Mayday Collective

2001

132

Moot Point, published by Phoenix Press and San Fairy Ann

n.d

133

My Visit to the Kremlin by Nestor Makhno, published by The Kate Sharpley Library

1993

134

Introduction to My Disillusionment in Russia by Emma Goldman, published by Phoenix Press

n.d

135

The Meaning of Anarchism, by Capt. Jack White, published by Organise! The Voice of Anarcho-Syndicalism

February

1998

136

Manifeste by OSL, Organisation Socialiste Libertaire

January

1986

137

Miguel Garcia’s Story. Edited by Albert Meltzer, published by Miguel Garcia Memorial Committee in association with Cienfuegos Press

1982

138

Reclaim Mayday Bradford 1997

May

1997

139

Marxism and it’s Failures, Arguments for Anarchist Communism, presented by Sussex University Anarchist Collective & London ACF

n.d

140

Marhaba Europe!! Speakers’ Tour of Grassroot Movements from the Middle East Building Networks of Resistance Against the “Clash of Civilisations”

n.d

141

Mexico is not only Chiapas nor the Rebellion in Chiapas is a Mexican Affair, reprinted by Subversion

October

1995

142

Newry, The Rare Olde Times

n.d

143

No One Is Illegal! The manifesto of the No One Is Illegal Group (UK) For a World without Borders! No Immigration Controls!

6/9/03

144

No One Is Illegal, Campaigning Against Deportation or Removal, Building An Anti-Deportation Campaign, A practical and political guide to fighting to remain in this country

2007

145

New Improved – No Comment, The Defendant’s Guide to Arrest – With Added Criminal Justice Act!, published by London ABC

n.d

146

No Comment, the defendant’s guide to arrest, Updated and reprinted 4th Edition, published by the Legal Defence & Monitoring Group (LDMG)

n.d

147

No War But The Class War! Published by the Direct Action Movement and Counter Information Collective

n.d

148

Anarhokomunistička Federacija by Naši Pogledi

May

1995

149

News From Everywhere, published by Autonomie Proletarienne

August

1987

150

On Workers’ Autonomy by Pour une Intervention Communiste, published by Unpopular Books

October

1996

151

Oppose The Countryside Rally on March 1st, Movement Against the Monarchy

n.d

152

OSB, One Step beyond Or Smash The Revolutionary Communist Party

n.d

153

Os Cangaceiros, Freedom is the crime which contains all crimes and some texts about recent movements in France.

n.d

154

Preface to the Fourth Italian Edition of “The Society of the Spectacle”, Guy Debord, published by Chronos Publications

January

1983

155

Paris: May 1968, published jointly by Dark Star Press and Rebel Press

1986

156

Poll Tax Riot, 10 hours that shook Trafalgar Square, published by Acab Press

June

1990

157

Poland: The Making and Unmaking of the News, text by Howard Besser, design by Terry Downs, published by Anti-Authoritarian Studies

August

1983

158

The place of Anarchism In Socialistic Evolution, P. Kropotkin, published by Shrinking Publications and Distribution

n.d

159

The Paris Commune and the Idea of the State, Michael Bakunin, published by B. Books

n.d

160

Peter Kropotkin, His Federalist Ideas by Camillo Berneri, published by Pirate Press

n.d

161

Palestine, mon amour, Alfred M Bonanno, published by Elephant Editions

c. 2003

162

The People’s Front, in France and Spain by Emile Burns, published by the Labour Research Department

July

1936

163

Poland 1970-71. Capitalism and Class Struggle, I.C.O. (Informations Correspondance Ouvrières), published by Black & Red, Detroit

1977

164

Poland 1976, State Capitalism in Crisis by Bruce Allen, published by Black Cat Press

1979

165

Proletarian Aspirations: Part Two, Anti-Parliamentarism & Communism in Britain 1921-1945, Various Writers, edited by Ade Dimmick, Selected essays from Black Star: Workers Journal for a free Communist Society 1983-1988, Hobnail Press, publishing with Radical Intent

2007

166

Qu’est-ce que L’Anarchisme, par la commission Propagande de la Fèdèration Anarchiste, Brochure Anarchiste, Editions du Monde Libertaire

n.d

167

Mr. Social Control presents Remarks on the Dole by Rt. Hon Michael Portillo M.P., published by Sexually Re Press

1994

168

An Anarchist Introduction to The Russian Revolution by Alexander Berkman, published by Virus

n.d

169

Reclaiming our Lives and our World – How can People Make it Happen? Some notes and thoughts on what is possible…., published by London Greenpeace

n.d

170

The Rediscovered Flower of Mutual aid, The Dissolved Carcass of Power. Columbia, Missouri Slips into Anti-Authoritarianism: After and earthquake a Midwestern Community rebuilds into a Revolution, by Mark Bohnert. A Crack in the Church #2 (Second issue of the In the Church zine series)

March

1994

171

Red Years Black Years, Anarchist Resistance to Fascism in Italy, from Rivista Anarchica, published by ASP

1989

172

Revolutionary Black Nationalism. An Ideology for Survival and Liberation, a paper discussion

n.d

173

The Right to be Lazy and Other Articles by Paul Lafargue, published by The Socialist Party

n.d

174

The Red Review, Red Songs 1985, edited by Pablo Robertson, Paul Madill and Richard Beal

1985

175

Reclaim May Day, Portsmouth May Day Collective

n.d

176

Revolutionary “Termites” in Faridabad, A Proletarian Current in India Confronts Third Worldist Statism, Kamunist Kranti/ Collectivities: Presentation and Critical Dialogue by Loren Goldner

2004

177

Sex Zine, published by BM Uplift

1993

178

Sociala Problemo en nia Socio, Liberecana Grupo, “Fresnes-Antony” (Francio), Tradukis anoj de la Liberecana Frakcio de S.A.T.

1996

179

The Scum, The Paper That Supports The Pickets

December 1986/

February 1997

180

China, Russia, USA – State-Capitalism and Marx’s Humanism or philosophy and Revolution by Raya Dunayevskaya, includes also as appendix – Analysis of Rosa Luxemburg’s Accumulation of Capital

1967

181

A Critique of State Socialism by Michael Bakunin with drawings by Richard Warren, B. Books, reprinted and published by Pirate Press. Taken from Cienfuegos Press Edition 1981. Duplicate copy in John Cooper Collection.

1986

182

Scottish Workers Republic, For an Independent Socialist Scotland!

n.d

183

Socialism or Barbarism, An introduction to the politics of the Communist Workers Organisation

n.d

184

South Africa 1985, The Organisation of Power in Black and White by S. Thompson & N. Abraham, published by B.M. Combustion

November

1985

185

Unassigned.

 

186

Social Ecology, Anarchism & Trades Unionism by Graham Purchase, Rebel Worker Pamphlet Series issued by Sydney Local ASF-IWA, published by Monty Miller Press

1992

187

Strong Drink. Jim Ferguson, published by Itinerant Publications, Greenock

1989

188

The Spirit of Freedom, The War in Ireland published by Attack International, London

August

1989

189

The Socialist Party Publications 2004

2004

190

Too Many Rebels…… And Not Enough Revolutionaries by The Pompous Libertarians

n.d

191

Towards Recognition of Working-Class Women Writers by Merylyn Cherry, published by Working Press, London

1994

192

On the Poverty of Student Life, reprinted by Black & Red, Detroit

1983

193

Trade Unions, A Socialist analysis of the uses and limitations of trade unions, and the need for revolutionary political action for Socialism, published by The Socialist Party of Great Britain

April

1980

194

Libertarian Communist Papers No.1, Thought, Organisation and Struggle, A Handbook of notes concerning the revolutionary project by Jo Corvo

March

1993

195

Towards a Fresh Revolution, The Friends of Durruti Group, Barcelona 1938, published by Drowned Art Publications Anti-Copyright in association with Refract Publications, Cambridge

1985

196

This World We Must Leave by Jacques Camatte

1976

197

Time for Anarchy, Some Misunderstandings Concerning Anarchism by Weia Reinboud, published by ATALANTA, Utrecht

1994

198

Tri-Cooking It! A Trident Ploughshares recipe book of fast (and less fast) vegan food

n.d

199

Trade Unionism and the Class War by Guy Alfred Aldred, facsimile reproduction by Hobnail Press

2004

200

Turkey, Yesterday & Today, A brief Political History of Turkey, Turkey & Kurdistan Series – 1 by Karambol Publications

July

1994

201

Towards A Lasting Peace in Ireland, Commemoration Day organised by the Wolfe Tone Society

10th May

1992

202

Unassigned

203

Untying the Knot, Feminism, Anarchism & Organisation, The Tyranny of Structurelessness by Jo Freeman and The Tyranny of Tyranny by Cathy Levine, published by Dark Star and Rebel Press

1984

204

Vote: What For? By Robert Lynn

n.d

205

What do we Want? Some thoughts on violence on demos, produced by the Hungry Brigade

May

1997

206

What is Communism by Jean Barrot, published by Unpopular Books (Previously published as “Capitalism and Communism” in “Eclipse and the Re-Emergence of the Communist Movement”, Detroit 1974)

1983

207

What is Situationism, Critique of the Situationist International by Jean Barot, published by Unpopular Books

April

1987

208

When Insurrections Die by Gilles Dauvè, published by Antagonism Press

n.d

209

The Wilhelmshaven Revolt, A Chapter of the Revolutionary Movement in the German Navy 1918-1919 by Icarus (Ernst Schneider), 1st Simian Edition. Duplicate copy in John Cooper Collection.

1995

210

Without Consent, Britain’s abuse of human rights in Ireland, published by Troops Out Movement

1990

211

Whatever, Rants and Tracts from the Proletarian Twilight Zone – Class Analysis, for Anti-Capitalist Struggle, Last Rites for the Last Riots, The Balkans, Mr Unabomber

1995

212

Worker’s Autonomy. Published by Bratach Dubh, Anarchist Pamphlets No.3

n.d

213

Workers’ Councils, 2. The Fight and 3. The Foe by Anton Pannekoek, published and reprinted by Echanges et Mouvement

n.d

214

The Wage System by Peter Kropotkin published by Pirate Press, Sheffield

n.d

215

Working Class First! The Working Class and Anti-Capitalism by Jacob Pugh, published by Anti-Capitalist Debate Press

2000

216

Why I am Not a Christian and the Faith of a Rationalist by Bertrand Russell, published by Rationalist Press Association, National Secular Society

1983

217

We Are Winning, The Battle of Seattle – a Personal Account, published by Riot Tourists

July

2000

218

When the G8 Came to My Town. A big event in a small town in the big country, by Declan McCormick, published by Northernsky Press

October

2005

219

Who are the Anarchist Communist Federation? An Introduction to the Politics of the ACF

n.d

220

Freedom Pamphlets: 1 – Fighting the Revolution, N. Makhno, B.Durruti, E.Zapata.

n.d

221

Bratach Dubh Anarchist Pamphlets: No. 6 – Fra Contradini – A Dialogue on Anarchy by Errico Malatesta and No. 8 For an Anti-Authoritarian Insurrectionist International – Proposal for a Debate, Elephant Editions, Duplicate copy held in John Cooper Collection.

 

1990 and 1993