It was bound to happen eventually -- and it happened today in New Zealand. Low-paid Starbucks workers walked off the job and formed a picket line.
News and articles about work, policy and workers' struggles in retail and the food industry around the world.
Recent worker deaths in the Bangladeshi garment industry from police repression and from a factory fire.
A 2013 interview with Anselm Jappe in which he discusses the crisis of the society of labor, the logic of the commodity and exchange value and its disastrous consequences for an increasingly...
Anton Pannekoek's seminal texts describing how workers' councils have been and can be organs of self-organised working class power in struggle - and a means towards overthrowing...
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