North America

Parsons on the 8 hour Day

Albert R. Parsons, Haymarket Martyr and anarchist on the movement for an eight-hour working day in March, 1886.

State of the Unions: Recent US Labour Struggles in Perspective

Review: Bad: the autobiography of James Carr

A review of James Carr's autobiography. Carr was a gang-member and jail-bird in 1960's California, became deeply politicized while inside but also developed a powerful critique of the nature of prisoners' struggles

Wildcats in the Appalachian coal fields - William Cleaver

William Cleaver on the often unofficial strikes of miners in the mid to late 20th century.

Levine, Philip, 1928-today

Anarchist poet - Philip Levine

A short biography and information about the politics of American anarchist poet, Philip Levine.

Dolgoff, Sam, 1902-1990

An obituary and short biography of Russian-American labour organiser and anarcho-syndicalist Sam Dolgoff.

Edelstadt, David, 1866-1892

A short biography of Russian-Jewish anarchist and editor David Edelstadt.

Fletcher, Ben, 1890-1949

A short sketch of life on the Philadelphia ports of black IWW member and dock worker, Ben Fletcher.

Frager, Jack, 1903-1998

Jack Frager

A short biography of Ukrainian anarchist and labour activist Jack Frager.

Tiger Woods - shot advert during strike

A scab in one

Golfer Tiger Woods scabbed on a commercial actors strike in 2000 by filming a non-union advert for Buick in Canada.