Stories about the government threatening a “crack down” on trade union power emerge almost on a loop. Particularly in times of heightened class antagonism. But far from showing the unions as...
Aufheben's final article on the nature of the USSR, arguing that the Soviet Union was in fact a state capitalist system but where the law of value was deformed.
The fifth in a series looking at and debunking specific 'tactical voting' strategies and election narratives from an anti-electoral perspective.
A column by Nate Hawthorne, arguing against the IWW presently prioritizing what some see as key industries.
In possibly the best book on the American working class movement ever written, Jeremy Brecher narrates the hidden history of mass strikes from 1877 to 1970 from the point of view of the workers...
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