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Articles based more around exploring a particular rather than reporting on it

Nicolas Sarkozy: A mandate for class war

When change means more of the same. On Sarkozy's election and claims that his is a French Thatcher.

An Anarchist critique of Anarcho-Statism

A short critique of "anarcho"-capitalist claims to be a form of anarchism

'It happened in the Phoenix Park all in the month of May'

The political history of the Phoenix Park in Dublin. While the park hosts many of the symbols of power in Ireland - past and present - from the monument to the arch-reactionary Wellington, to the US-ambassador's residence and the Garda Headquarters, it has also seen its fair share of opposition.

Repeating history, when not rewriting it

A critique of the SWP's 2005 general election analysis, plus reminding them that Tom Mann was a syndicalist after becoming disgusted with the electoralism they have embraced.

Anarchism and Community Politics

An article summarising why anarchists reject electioneering and suggesting an alternative in the form of popular assemblies.

The Spanish Revolution: 70 Years On

An overview of the Spanish Revolution and its lessons for anarchists and other radicals.

Tories for social justice? WTF?!?!

The Tories are trying to out-left New Labour. Not difficult to do, but it really is a joke considering their track-record and current notions.

George Monbiot: Muppet of the Week, part 2

George Monbiot strikes again! He really should read Kropotkin's Mutual Aid!

George Monbiot: Muppet of the week!

George Monbiot really does not have a clue about anarchism. It is a shame he keeps exposing that ignorance to the world.

John Kenneth Galbraith, RIP

In memory of a flawed economist whose work is worth reading as he understood the role of power in the market.

  


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