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A pamphlet by the Syndicalist Workers' Federation on the Hungarian revolution of 1956. Originally published in '57, this is the revised second edition which includes by a preface by...
Junge Linke on the Khmer Rouge's reign of terror in Cambodia, and its origins.
As the government embarks on yet another set of sweeping "reforms" of the education system, James Heatfield argues that state education has consistently encouraged working-class...
An account of working life in restaurant kitchens by the Red Chef, a member of the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement.
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