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(en) New look Workers Solidarity no 79 is now online

From Worker <a-infos-en@ainfos.ca>
Date Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:15:26 +0100 (CET)


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From: Andrew <andy-A-dojo.tao.ca>
Workers Solidarity Number 79 has just been added to the WSM web pages
in PDF and HTML formats. This is our 20th year of publication and this
issue sees a substantial updating of the look of Workers Solidarity.
You can read the articles online at http://struggle.ws/wsm/ws/2004
You can download and print out the PDF version of the paper
from http://struggle.ws/wsm/pdf/ws/79.html
Articles in this issue include:
A busy year for the anarchist bogeyman
On virtually every occasion that anarchists were mentioned in
the media in 2003, it was in the context of a scare story
about threatened violence. The reality of anarchist activity
was far, far different. While we were arrested, fined,
injuncted and jailed in significant numbers for taking part
in peaceful protests, we did not thrown a blow at a single
person. Never once were we given a chance to give our side of
the story.

Anarchism on the Move
Kieron Barry reviews 2003, a busy year for Irish Anarchists.
A small but growing number of anarchists are building
opposition to the status quo based on the politics of freedom
and equality

Thats capitalism
Health, education, housing, employers and MEP's

Bertie's European Act
Over the next six months you will be hearing a lot about the
European Union (EU). Part of the reason for this is that
Ireland is taking over 'The Presidency' of the EU, but the
other part is that in June elections will be held for the
European 'parliament' in Brussels.

The final victory will be the people's
An interview with Farzad, an Iranian Dissident in Exile in
Ireland.

Restlesness in the Andes
The Bolivian people suffer from one of the most blatant and
shameless exploitations in the world by both their local and
foreign rulers. They have a long tradition of organisation
and direct action.

Book Review - Do or Die - vol 10
Voices from the Ecological Resistance

Anarcha-Feminism
An important principle of anarchism and one that more than
any other differentiates it from other types of socialism is
its emphasis on freedom and non-hierarchical social
relations. Central to anarchism is the rejection of any power
hierarchy between men and women.

The Fight for a Free Iraq
What is life like for the Iraqi workers caught under the
occupation and all too often in the cross-fire? The US/UK
occupying force is not too happy that Iraqi workers are
organizing themselves rather then obeying the puppet Iraqi
Governing Council

Wages Up 23%!
(of course not - only the bin-tax jumps up like that) The
anti-bin tax campaign fought a long, hard struggle in 2003
involving pickets, blockades in estates and outside depots.

You can read the articles online at
http://struggle.ws/wsm/ws/2004

You can download and print out the PDF version of the paper
from http://struggle.ws/wsm/pdf/ws/79.html


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