Wildcat Germany on Aufhebengate and the phenomenon generally of activists in paid types of "radical" or academic employment.
Aufheben convincingly argue that "green capitalism" is not impossible, and that capital can recuperate environmental struggles.
Aufheben's account and analysis of the euro crisis.
An insightful analysis of the "Arab spring" by Friends of the Classless Society with the postscript written for Aufheben.
Aufheben's analysis of the long-term project to turn the NHS into a private sector, market-oriented healthcare industry.
Review article: Workmates – direct action workplace organising on the London underground.
The editorial from Aufheben #21, which is available in print now, discussing the current workfare schemes and the struggle against them.
Issue of Aufheben from October 2012 with articles about the euro crisis, green capitalism and climate change, workfare and the Arab spring.
In August 2011, riots erupted in the UK following the police killing of a black man in North London. Four days of looting and battles with the authorities ensued.
Review Article Hotlines: Call Centre, Inquiry, Communism (Duisburg: Kolinko, 2002).
Articles from aufheben, a Brighton-based annual Marxist journal with autonomist influences. For aufheben's homepage on libcom see http://libcom.org/aufheben
A short account of the South Korean strike wave of 1987 known as the Great Workers' Struggle. Affecting most major industries and involving over a million workers, the strikes and militant...
DSG's piece on how obscene internet references are used by some workers as sabotage or resistance.
As thousands of young people up and down the country fight the government's education reforms, Cristina Delgado Garcia and Luke Yates outline some of the myths about the fee increases and...
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