Reports from an organizer involved in efforts to organize a Goodyear plant in Alabama in 1941.
Originally appeared in Labor History Volume 18, Issue 4, 1977.
Ha-Joon Chang argues that higher wages are good for workers and businesses alike. He's wrong.
Ha-Joon Chang is a leading heterodox development economist. He is probably best known for his 2002 book 'Kicking away the ladder', which convincingly demolishes free market development myths. Chang shows that the countries which successfully industrialised in the 20th century were those which pursued activist state development policies.
Issue of Solidarity from 16 August 1965 with articles about Errico Malatesta, struggles at Ford, Notting Hill and more.
Issue of Solidarity for social revolution from 16 April 1965 with articles about the free speech movement and civil rights, a workers' defeat at Ford and more.
Issue of Solidarity from 16 September 1962 with articles about a Committee of 100 leaflet being distributed in Moscow, the situation in Vauxhall plants, the Japanese Zengakuren and more.
- Against all bombs - text of a leaflet distributed in Moscow by supporters of the Committee of 100.
- That leaflet - an account of the distribution of the above leaflet in the Soviet Union and its repercussions.
- The falling rate of prophets - John Lane - a Trotskyist song to the tune of old Jonah, he lived in a whale.
Issue of Solidarity from 21 May 1962 with articles about an unofficial struggle against tea break reductions at Ford Dagenham, the civil rights movement and more.
- Whither peanuts? - article on a rowdy May Day demonstration, arguing for solidarity with the "troublemakers".
- News from Ford - a participants account of a successful unofficial struggle at Ford's Dagenham plant of workers against bosses and the unions against the reduction of tea break times.
Issue of Solidarity from 19 April, 1962 with articles about a huge sit-in at the British Motor Corporation, the US civil rights movement, work on the London docks and more.
- Two marches - on an Easter Monday march against nuclear weapons
- Sit-in at BMC - Longbridge plant immobilised. No arrests! - Ken Weller - on a week-long city on strike of 3000 hourly paid workers at the British Motor Corporation factory in Longbridge, Birmingham.