A short ten question interview conducted, via email, with one of the striking Ritzy cinema workers on the day of their latest strike. I
Libcom.org's reading guide to anthropology, specifically texts of relevance to those with a radical outlook on society.
In all the debates about which country was most responsible for the horrors of World War One, Britain invariably escapes any serious blame. That is until now. Douglas Newton has written the...
Radicals are right to point out capitalism's need for growth at all costs is the road to ruin, but does runaway climate change wreck the prospect of a communist society too?
A developing archive of the 'crucial' Resonance FM radio show Novara, discussing capitalism, crisis, communism and more.
The following is a presentation by the CNT-Granada Education Union for a conference on 'Precarious work, self-management and co-operatives', held in La Vecilla near León, Spain in...
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