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Continuing the fight for economic justice: the Barbadian sugar workers' 1958 wildcat strike

History of the 1958 sugar cane workers' wildcat strike in which workers at two adjoining plantations in Barbados refused to cut cane unless they were given a 15 cent per ton wage increase, before spreading plantations around the country.

David Graeber - ‘Victory in Kobane. What next in the Rojava revolution?’

David Graeber is a very thought-provoking thinker. But this recent you-tube talk is more striking for what is not said than for what is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4PVYxa28eE

Finland 1906: The revolutionary roots of women’s suffrage — an International Women’s Day tribute

In 1906, Finland became the world’s first nation to grant full female suffrage.[1] This watershed achievement for women was won by Finnish socialists during the revolutionary upheaval that swept the Czarist empire to which Finland belonged.

If It’s Breaking You, Don’t Fix It! - A Pamphlet For Good Living

A position paper released by the Vienna-based magazine Streifzüge.

Spain and the World. Vol. 1, no. 13

The thirteenth edition of Spain and the World, dated 4th June, 1937.

Spain and the World. Vol. 1, no. 11

The eleventh edition of the journal Spain and the World, dated 1st May, 1937.

The Fighting-call. Vol. 1, no. 2

The second edition of Fighting-call, a journal of the Freedom Group and Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation, from November 1936.

Save Spain. Act!: Radio speeches by Ethel MacDonald

Ethel MacDonald's speeches on the Spanish civil war. Published 1st May, 1937.

Freedom : a journal of anarchist communism. Vol. XXX, no. 323

An edition of Freedom newspaper from March 1916.