The Angry Brigade

Author: Gordon Carr
Editor: PM Press
ISBN: 1604860499
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From 1970 to 1972 the Angry Brigade, an anarchistic group born of the revolutionary ferment of the 1960's, used guns and bombs to attack property. Investigation by the police resulted in the "Stoke Newington 8" conspiracy trial, the longest criminal trial in British history.

Anarchy In The Uk

Author: Tom Vague
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The Angry Brigade A history of The Angry Brigade that draws on their comuniques, material from the mainstream and fringe press, and police and court documents.

The Angry Brigade

Author: Alan Burns
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The Angry Brigade

Author: James Graham
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474266789
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Its government has declared a vicious class war. A one-sided war . . . We have started to fight back . . . with bombs. Against a backdrop of Tory cuts, high unemployment and the deregulated economy of 1970s Britain, a young urban guerrilla group mobilises: The Angry Brigade. Their targets: MPs, embassies, police, pageant queens. A world of order is shattered by anarchy and the rules have changed. An uprising has begun. No one is exempt. As a special police squad hunt the home-grown terrorists whose identities shocked the nation, James Graham's heart-stopping thriller lures us into a frenzied world that looks much like our own. The Angry Brigade was first produced by Paines Plough in September 2014 and this edition, featuring changes to the script, has been published to coincide with the production's transfer to the Bush Theatre, London, in May 2015.

Terrorism Today

Author: Clifford E. Simonsen
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For Terrorism courses in Law Enforcement; Criminal Justice; Criminology; Justice Administration; Security; Sociology; or Political Science. Exploring a subject largely ignored by academic writers, this introductory text uncovers terrorist activities in the United States and around the world, drawing from the authors' blend of academic and professional experiences. Its accessible, concise writing; relevant, current data; vivid photos and comprehensive scope provide an effective overview of the many sectors and operations that comprise the broad term of terrorism.

Imprinting The Sticks

Author: Bob Dickinson
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Surveys the examples and nature of underground publications beginning in the 1960s, with a distinct focus on Manchester. The topics include the underground press and consumerism, the rise of the community press in Manchester and Rochdale, the alternative press in the 1990s, the New Manchester Review and the events magazine ethos, Manchester's punk and post-punk press, and the underground and the comic strip. No index. Distributed in the US by Ashgate. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Vague

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The Listener

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The Great British Mistake

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Graffiti And Late Modernism In B S Johnson S Christie Malry S Own Double Entry

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Anarchy

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Anarchist Studies

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Creating Anarchy

Author: Ron Sakolsky
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This anthology of Sakolsky's essays contains 20 chapters in a dynamic collage of ideas and action. Born at the beginning of a new century, this vibrant collection glows with flames of discontent and defiance and flows with waves of laughter and possibility. Ranging widely from Mayday to Utopia, from Refusal to Autonomy, and from Insurrection to Imagination, this compilation is in turn defiant, reflective, and playful & -a brick for hurling through the windows of despair and a doorway to creating an anarchy that is not afraid to dream. Most of these new and selected writings have been published before in a diverse array of dissident publications (before being reworked and remixed for this book) including: Alternative Press Review, Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed, Black Sun, Confluence, Fifth Estate, Green Anarchy, Je Ne Sais Quoi, Lip (on-line), Minus Tides, The Oystercatcher, Social Anarchism, and Utopian Studies. Two are culled from previously published volumes (one written for Rebel Musics, edited by Daniel Fischlin and Ajay Heble, and the other from the introduction to the Autonomedia anthology which Ron Sakolsky edited, Surrealist Subversions). All are bathed in the subversive light of anarchy and mad love. A much needed collection from a vastly underappreciated contemporary anarchist writer, teacher, thinker, and organizer.

No Bath But Plenty Of Bubbles

Author: Lisa Power
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The Gay Liberation Front dragged homosexuality out of the closet, onto the streets and into the public eye. Its London supporters held the first gay demonstrations, organized the first Pride march and ran the first public gay dances in Britain. The Front contained an alliance of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transsexuals long before 'queer' was fashionable, and challenged homophobia before we had a word for it. Their direct action and street theatre were the envy of the rest of the revolutionary counterculture, their politics the most diverse, their communes the wildest and their arguments the loudest. In two short years, the Gay Liberation Front created the conditions for a lesbian and gay movement for generations to come and then imploded into fragments that became our newspapers, helplines and activist groups. Lisa Power has gathered the accounts of people who were there, the papers they wrote and the comments of bemused bystanders. She tells the previously unheard stories of the London Gay Liberation Front; of the sisters and brothers who created a brave and resourceful movement out of little but their own will and imagination and who gave us pride and anger and ideals.

Guns Death Terror

Author: Jack Sargeant
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Cultural Writing. Looking back to the first high-profile plane hijackings, car bombings, kidnappings and assassinations of the 1960's and 70's, this book is the first single volume to explore and contextualize the roots of modern terrorism. From the Baaer-Meinhof gang of Germany, to the Red Army of Japan, the SLA and the Black Panthers of North America, GUNS, DEATH, TERROR covers all these groups and is illustrated with rare photographs and original terror manifestoes, making it a timely and essential study of international terrorism.

Socialist Standard

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The Spectator

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The Game Of War

Author: Andrew Hussey
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Since his death in 1994 (when he put a bullet through his heart in his lonely farmhouse) Guy Debord has been hailed as one of the key thinkers of the age. In Britain and the United States, his theories on the 'spectacle' of modern life were simultaneously hailed as deadly truths by underground subversives and accorded the highest academic prestige. In the same way, the Situationist International (SI), a volatile group of artists, revolutionaries and intellectuals which he led through the 1950s and 1960s, is considered to be the most important art movement since Dada and the Surrealists. Debord himself was a welter of contradictions, whose public life was entirely predicated upon the singlemindedness of his revolutionary intentions, but who privately sought oblivion in infamy, exile and alcoholism. Implicated in the events of May 1968, Italian terrorism and the murder of his friends, and under surveillance by the French secret police for over a decade, he mixed in elite art, business and political circles, and has had admirers and devotees of all political colours and ranks. This biography is an appraisal of a lone and defiant figure whose story follows and, at one historic moment in 1968, appears to lead the drift of art and politics in post-war Paris. 'It could almost be believed that I was the only person to have loved Paris,' Debord said. Then, almost with a shrug, 'but no one has twice raised Paris to revolt.'

Problems Of Communism

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Granny Made Me An Anarchist

Author: Stuart Christie
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An extraordinary story with the pace and excitement of a good political thriller.