Submitted by Rob Ray on Jun 5 2011 23:39
I thought it might be an idea to put some of the work the various anarchist groups have been doing in one place so anyone looking for literature to put out can use it. Attached is a quick booklet I've collated of designs and text from SolFed members.
Submitted by Spartacus on Jun 3 2011 02:16
Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around East Asia during May 2011 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.
Submitted by akai on May 24 2011 21:41
Support sweatshop workers in the struggle to improve their working conditions and organize! Management fired union activists, death threats made.
Submitted by Tom Jennings on May 22 2011 20:53
An unusually lucid, lurid costume drama goes straight for Victorian hypocrisy’s jugular ... Too straight, perhaps?
Submitted by Joseph Kay on May 20 2011 10:25
A discussion document (2/2) I wrote a few months back, which may be of interest in light of the 'Direct Unionism' debate.
Submitted by Joseph Kay on May 20 2011 10:24
A discussion document (1/2) I wrote a few months back, which may be of interest in light of the 'Direct Unionism' debate.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on May 20 2011 09:28
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Submitted by Samotnaf on May 12 2011 02:56
Some information, gleaned from the bourgeois press, about recent events in Karachi.
Submitted by Steven. on May 10 2011 21:05
Submitted by Tom Jennings on May 10 2011 10:52
This entertaining exposure of late capitalist culture’s class denialism doesn’t quite convince
Submitted by Steven. on May 7 2011 18:53
Submitted by Recomposition on May 5 2011 08:57
One worker's account and analysis of a wave of wildcat stoppages and collective refusals of "forceback" compulsory overtime in the Canadian post office.
Submitted by Phil on May 3 2011 19:11
Looking at the relationship between fascism, islamism and class, and the response of the left. Originally published in January 2011.
Submitted by Spartacus on May 1 2011 13:13
Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around !r during April 2011 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.
Submitted by Samotnaf on Apr 28 2011 05:30
Tuesday, 26th April, saw yet another suicide of a man working for France Telecom, this time by self-immolation in the parking lot of the France Telecom offices in Mérignac near Bordeaux. The picture on the left shows the exact place Rémi L. set fire to himself - beneath what was architecturally designed to look like a cross. The glories of sacifice. Ironically part of the guy's most recent job requirement was to assess stress levels within the company and their remedy. Some remedy!
Submitted by Tom Jennings on Apr 21 2011 13:11
Iñárritu’s latest slice of urban transcendentalism shamelessly exploits underclass suffering in search of salvation
Submitted by Steven. on Apr 21 2011 11:07
The anti-cuts movement is buzzing with talk of a coordinated strike on 30 June. But where is Unison, the public sector's biggest union in all this?
Submitted by Rob Ray on Apr 14 2011 13:24
Submitted by Steven. on Apr 13 2011 12:43
A critical response to an article about immigration in the Financial Times quoted favourably on a "pro-working class" website containing anti-immigrant misinformation and scaremongering.