ideas & action

American labor isn’t dead, but definitely needs to wake up

The mood and discussions of late have largely been doom and gloom. Our series has tried to shine a light on some hope for workers resistance to counter the demobilize barrage of social and anti-social media. Our final piece in the Labor under Trump series comes from Ideas and Action the online publication of the Workers Solidarity Alliance. David Fernández-Barrial argues that there is an untapped potential within workplaces to defeat the threats looming, and take us closer to a just and equitable society.

Anarchism & Marxism: A Dialogue

"Where do anarchists and marxists differ, and can we learn from each other? Dialogue between the Libertarian Workers Group and the Revolutionary Socialist League"

ideas & action ( #2 - Summer, 1982)

ideas & action ( #2 - Summer, 1982)

ideas & action ( #1 - Jan. / Feb. 1982)

First issue of ideas & action, January / February 1982

1991 WSA Convention Report - WSA Round Up - Requiem for Nick

Workers Solidarity Alliance magazine "ideas & action".
Issue # 16

Democratic Socialists of America & Libertarian Socialism

1983 Debate from the Workers Solidarity Alliance magazine "ideas & action" on whether or not anarcho-syndicalists and libertarian socialists should participate in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)

From issue # 3, Spring 1983

WSA holds 5th national convention

From Fall 1988 ideas & action a report back on the 5th national convention of the Workers' Solidarity Alliance.

Thoughts on SolFed’s anarcho-syndicalism for the 21st century and especifismo

An article by Klas Batalo on SolFed's views and their similarities to other anarchist currents such as the Latin American especifismo.

Co-ops or workers' revolution?

An article by Tom Wetzel (under a pseudonym) which lays out the limitations of cooperatives as an alternative to capitalism.

Why revolutionary syndicalism?

An article by Tom Wetzel on his conception of revolutionary syndicalism.