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Issues of Solidarity-Scotland (1966-1971)
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  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 2 - Number 1 – March-April 1966
    • All about us
    • Politics 66
    • Sabotage
    • Education, freedom and authority by Ron Bailey
    • Young teachers action committee
    • West German peace movement by Jim Evrard
    • The bar-L by Callum Robertson
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 2 - Number 4 – May 1967
    • Beyond the fringe by Sean Allison, Jim Fyfe, Maria Fyfe, Bert Ianiello, Norman McLeod, Sammy Morris, Les Pearce and George Williamson
    • As we see it
    • Bakeries by D. Varden
    • Coming in for the cold
    • Football can pay
    • Who do I think I am? by Fergus Andrews
    • Capitalism and consciousness (2) by Jim Evrard
    • Nowhere to turn by John O’Hare, George Williamson and Sean Allison
    • Glasgow tenement streets, a poem by George Williamson
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 2 - Number 5 – July 1967
    • What is Solidarity?
    • Glasgow meeting
    • Aberdeen Solidarity
    • Modernisation by Martin Glaberman
    • Class and ideology by Ian R. Mitchell
    • Alignment
    • Revolutionaries: write about life! by Jim Evrard
    • Shot you will be! by Norman M. Miller
    • Hall Russell’s by a first-year apprentice
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 2 - Number 6 – October 1967
    • What is Solidarity?
    • Editorial: direct action or sterility
    • Glasgow housing by George Williamson
    • The buildings, a song by Adam MacNaughton
    • New forms of struggle by Martin Glaberman
    • See’s a hauf, pal! Saturday night in the Glasgow pub! by Sam Corbett
    • Comic capers by Dan Briggs
    • Stuart Christie and the Scottish Daily Express
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 3 - Number 1 – January 1968
    • What is Solidarity?
    • Trade unions today
    • Facts on the nats
    • Anti-religious poetry, poems by Alan Jackson and H.K.
    • Spark-off! An open letter to Scottish electricians
    • Consolidated pneumatic tool, an article from Aberdeen Solidarity by Ian Mitchell
    • The police, demonstrations and the television by John Johnson
    • What’s been happening
    • Desert – We’ll help
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 3 - Number 2 – Undated
    • Riot!
    • Aberdeen meeting
    • Demonstrations and the police by Forbes Browne
    • Paperworkers’ supplement
    • More on C.P.T. by I.R.M.
    • The future of Solidarity, a personal viewpoint by Ian Mitchell
    • Vietnam and your wages by J.S., reprinted from Solidarity pamphlet 28
    • Non-union shops
    • S.B.W. by D.K.
    • Jig and tool by M.D.
  • Solidarity – Central Scotland – June 1st 1970
    • Editorial
    • Edinburgh, student on rampage by Tom Woolley
    • The bus strike by S.M.T.
  • Solidarity – Scotland – Volume 1 - Number 1 – May 1971
    • Editorial
    • About ourselves
    • Poland, a warm winter
    • Mullard’s: exploitation to the core
    • Data on the industrial relations bill – a commentary
    • Review by F.B.: The little red schoolbook
    • As we see it

Solidarity Scotland pamphlets

  • Solidarity Scotland pamphlets - Number 3 – February 1968
    • Introduction to the "left" by Ian R. Mitchell [1]
Notes :

[1This pamphlet was produced by both Aberdeen and Glasgow.




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