(en) Red & Black Revolution No 3

Dr Groove (dr_groove@geocities.com)
Fri, 06 Jun 1997 12:14:46 +0000

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Red & Black Revolution No 3 on the net (June 6 1997)

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Red & Black Revolution No 3. is now on the internet at http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbrdx.html, this is the web version of the magazine published by the Irish anarchist group WSM. URL's and descriptions of individual articles are below

Winning the Water War http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_water.html

Last year the domestic water charge was abolished. In 'Winning the Water War', Dermot Sreenan, an activist in the Federation of Dublin Anti-Water Charges Campaigns examines the campaign and the demonstration of people power that brought about the downfall of this charge.

Italian Anarchism...Get back to where you once belonged http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_italy.html

Italy is one of the historical strongholds of the anarchist movement. Donato Romito, the international secretary of the Italian Federation of Anarchist Communists (Fd.C.A), provides an overview of the anarchist movement in Italy today, the organisations and publications that comprise it and the direction it should take in the future.

Organising against Capitalism http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_organise.html

Many revolutionaries in recent years have been engrossed in analysing the mistakes of the past and the changing nature of capitalism. Andrew Flood a participant in the "Intercontinental Gathering for Humanity and against neo-liberalism" argues it is time to start moving on to the constructive work of building a new movement.

The Emergence Of Modern Irish Socialism 1885-87 http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_irish.html

Fintan Lane is a historian and left-wing activist. He is the author of The Origins of Modern Irish Socialism, 1881-1896 which will be published by Cork University Press on 1 May.

Anarchists and the trade unions - Be active - be involved http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_unions.html

Trade Unions are important organs of the working-class. Gregor Kerr - a member of the Irish National Teachers Organisation who has been involved in campaigns against "social partnership" and in many strike support groups - argues that trade union involvement should form a central part of the political activity of all anarchists.

Review: Constructive Anarchism http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_platform.html

Despite its relevance, The Organisation Platform of the Libertarian Communists is as controversial as ever. Kevin Doyle reviews Constructive Anarchism, a new pamphlet from Monty Miller Press in Australia that has collected The Platform and some of the early responses to its proposals into one useful edition.

Review : The Labour Movement and the Internet http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_net.html

The internet - viewed by some as the highway to the future, dismissed by others as an over - hyped toy with little practical value. Conor Mc Loughlin reviews a new book on the internet and its use by the labour movement.

After Apartheid: Anarchism and the 'new' South Africa http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2724/rbr3_africa.html

Just three years after the famous elections that ended apartheid in April 1994, South Africa's reforms are in crisis and dissatisfaction is rising. In a wide ranging interview we ask the Workers Solidarity Federation for their views on what has happened since the end of apartheid. Interview by Kevin Doyle.

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