A look at the new unions emerging as part of the reforms of the garment industry – and Western influences on them. Plus workers continue to struggle to be paid what they are owed...
Harvey Swados' fictional story of a group of socialists and their lives from the dawn of USA's involvement in World War II to the Kennedy assasination. More or less based on the Worker...
RM analyses the strikes, riots and fires of the garment workers of Bangladesh for libcom.org/news.
Online archive of issues of Black Flag, a UK-based anarchist magazine founded in 1970.
A history of the Mujeres Libres, a women's anarchist organisation founded in Spain, May 1936, which aimed to end the “triple enslavement of women, to ignorance, to capital, and to men.”
An article by Kevin S about the problems of using Unfair Labor Practice charges in IWW organizing.
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