Submitted by Automnia on Oct 7 2013 08:44
In this piece @Aut_Omnia discusses the death of "the left" and the potential for the rebirth of the real movement.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Oct 7 2013 03:05
A review and some comments from Juan Conatz on Theodore Draper’s history of the various factions that would become the Communist Party USA.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Oct 7 2013 02:06
Analysis behind today's headline in The Sun newspaper: "1,200 killed by mental patients".
Submitted by Reddebrek on Oct 6 2013 23:06
Part two of what's turned into a very lengthy look at the US Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) and its history of homophobia. This part focuses on the parties actions in regards to its own members who failed to toe the line.
Submitted by Spartacus on Oct 6 2013 05:34
Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around East Asia during September 2013 and related resources.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Oct 5 2013 13:29
A critique of Will Self's August article on psychiatry and "Big Pharma", focussing on the need to conjoin critique of the current practice of psychiatry with an analysis of its place within capitalism.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 5 2013 05:29
The first in a series of reposts of common arguments against the IWW (both historical and contemporary).
Submitted by plasmatelly on Oct 3 2013 15:49
Following the first fire brigade strike of 2013 over proposed pension changes, a short look at how injury and incapacity unites all manual workers.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Oct 1 2013 19:22
Brief introductory post outlining what antipsychiatry is and the need for its renewal.
Submitted by Choccy on Sep 29 2013 19:38
Series of regional teaching strikes continues this week.
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Sep 28 2013 23:09
With the arrest of several party leaders the Greek government has begun a crackdown on the far-right Golden Dawn in the wake of the murder of Pavlos Fyssas.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Sep 28 2013 04:13
A glossary of currently used, mostly in the Twin Cities, IWW slang and lingo.
Submitted by Recomposition on Sep 28 2013 02:53
Workers often say that the fear of firings is one of the main reasons it’s so hard to get people to fight back. The power that bosses hold over workers through firings can put them on the curb for standing up. This fear is often unspoken, but present everyday in our workplaces. This piece we share explores how truly arbitrary that power is and its effects. When bosses can hurt us and sometimes ruin lives without any reason at all, it also reminds us why we need to organize.
Submitted by s.nappalos on Sep 27 2013 13:43
An article exploring the impact of institutionalization and the barren conditions of medicine for people who must live with the care of others.
Submitted by libcom on Sep 26 2013 13:11
Today, Thursday, 26 September 2013, libcom.org turns 10. In this blog post we look back at the evolution of the site over the last decade, pick out some highlights and look to the future.
Submitted by plasmatelly on Sep 23 2013 19:28
Working class pride is having time out on the naughty step, as anarchists have squabbled in recent years to redefine the essential character of their movement. Plasmatelly takes a look at how diverse groups of radical workers can throw up contrary notions of cultural assimilation.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Sep 23 2013 15:41
At a time when France is losing interest in the idea of the TAV project between Lyons and Turin, Italy has now started to go all out.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Sep 22 2013 10:07
The new law, approved by the Italian Chamber of Deputies on 19 September 2013, has already been renamed “Saving Forza Nuova” – the neo-fascist party responsible for racist and homophobic attacks all over Italy – but it actually bears the name of a Democratic Party Deputy and LGBT activist Ivan Scalfarotto.
Submitted by Phil on Sep 21 2013 11:06
Why the pledge from the Labour Party to axe the Bedroom Tax doesn't mean we've won and, if we take it at face value, could mean that we lose.
Submitted by Phil on Sep 20 2013 13:20
Some quick thoughts on privatisation and how workers can effectively challenge it.