Teachers in Slovakia have begun an indefinite strike today. They demand higher wages, more money to be invested into education and changes in the system of teachers’ further education. The strike...
A 2006 article by Lucien van der Walt and James Pendlebury considering the neoliberal restructuring process at Wits University, South Africa, some of its internal contradictions and the...
Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin's massively influential work on mutual aid and co-operation as a factor in evolution, written in 1902.
Henri Simon's account of the successful strike wave which swept Poland in the summer of 1980 when the government raised the price of meat.
Juan Conatz on no-strike clauses, how they became common, what previous Wobblies thought of them and why they are bad for the IWW.
Howard Zinn's history of slavery and slave revolts in the United States from 1619 up until 1741.
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