Besides a history of the Animal Liberation Front, Memories of Freedom includes Rod Coronado's account of the ~1997 events that would later become known as Operation Bite Back.
A zine from 1996 featuring interviews with Animal Liberation Front press officers Ronnie Lee, Robin Lane & Robin Webb.
Internal document of Information Network Associates (INA) about the animal rights movement, tactics and actions from 2010.
From 1999 to 2014 "Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty - SHAC - [...] waged an international direct action campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences, Europe’s largest contract animal testing corporation. By targeting investors and business partners of HLS, SHAC repeatedly brought HLS to the brink of collapse, and it took direct assistance from the British government and an international counter-campaign of severe legal repression to keep the corporation afloat."
The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) was "introduced [in 2006] in response to a growing threat commonly referred to as ecoterrorism" to criminalize animal rights activist and protect animal exploitation industries in the USA.
Underground was an American animal liberation magazine published by the North American Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group (NAALFSG) from 1994 to 2002.
Strong Hearts was a magazine produced by ALF activist Rod Coronado in 1994 / 1995 while he was serving a prison sentence for conspiracy charges related to arson at Michigan State University.
The Militant Vegan was a publication of the mid-1990s (Jan. 1993 – March 1995, USA) about direct action and the Animal Liberation Front. "The Militant Vegan is being released because there has been a media blackout on direct action on behalf of enslaved animals." (- issue #01)
Bite Back is a US magazine and website dedicated to highlighting the animal liberation movement and its political prisoners.