Here is the current list of publications available from:
AF c/o 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX, England, U.K.
Please note. Due to the postage costs, we are currently revising our overseas prices for pamphlets and subscriptions. Please click here for overseas prices in Pounds Sterling, US Dollars and Canadian Dollars.
For pamphlets to Britain or Ireland,
these are available at the following prices + A5
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Translations of various AF texts are available in: Française/French, Deutsch/German, Español/Spanish, Português/Portuguese, Greek/ÅëëçíéêÜ, Hollands/Dutch, Russian, Gaelic/Gàidhlig, Welsh/Cymraeg, Esperanto.
Against Parliament, for Anarchism: Insights into the political parties of Britain, and why anarchists oppose all parties.
Anarchism - As We See It: A newly revised edition of our very popular pamphlet, describing the basic ideas of anarchist communism in an easy-to-read form. Translations in some other languages are also available. 60p
Beyond Resistance - a Revolutionary Manifesto for the Millennium: The AF's in-depth analysis of the capitalist world in crisis, suggestions about what the alternative Anarchist Communist society could be like, and evaluation of social and organisational forces which play a part in the revolutionary process - New cheaper A5 version - £1.50 + SAE
The Anarchist Movement in Japan: The fascinating account of Japanese anarchism in the 20th Century - £1.80
Where there's Brass, there's Muck: Also new - our pamphlet on ecology - £1.80
Basic Bakunin: This revised edition outlines the ideas of one of the 19th century founders of class struggle anarchism. 60p
Manifesto of Libertarian Communism: Written in 1953 by George Fontenis, this is one of the key texts of the anarchist communist current, translated from French. Although flawed, the best features need to be incorporated into modern revolutionary theory and practice. 60p
The Role of the Revolutionary Organisation: Anarchist communists reject the Leninist model of a ‘vanguard’ party as counter-revolutionary. This 1995 reprint explains the concept of revolutionary organisation and its structure. All libertarian revolutionaries should read this fundamental text. 60p
A Brief Flowering of Freedom: The Hungarian Revolution 1956. An exciting account of one of the first post-war uprisings against the Stalinist monolith. Also includes a history of the Hungarian anarchist movement - 75p
Malatesta's Anarchism and Violence: Complete with a new introduction this important document in the history of anarchist theory refutes the common misinterpretation of anarchism as mindless destruction while restating the need for revolution to create a free and equal society - 75p
The Friends of Durruti: The Friends of Durruti were a much misunderstood group who attempted to defend and extend the Spanish Revolution of 1936. Included are an historical introduction and two political statements by the Friends themselves - £1 + A4 SAE
Organise!: magazine of the AF, covering analysis of current issues, feature articles, reviews and letters.
resistance: the AF's regular news bulletin.
Aspects of Anarchism: Collected articles from the pages of Organise! on the fundamentals of anarchist communism - 30p + A4 SAE.