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Tea break bulletin

Short-lived series of irregular bulletins, formerly called Dispatch, produced by admins and users of libcom.org during some major workers' disputes 2007-2009.

The British West Indies Regiment mutiny, 1918 - Steven Johns

A short history of the mutiny at Taranto in Italy by West Indian soldiers in the British army at the end of World War I, which had a significant impact subsequently on anti-colonial struggles in the Caribbean.

Environment: an introduction

A summary and examination of the environmental crisis and its causes, and how we think the problems can be solved.

Work: an introduction

libcom.org's brief introduction to work, what we think is wrong with it and what we, as workers, can do about it.

Women and feminism: reading guide

Marina Ginesta, a revolutionary during the Spanish Civil War

Libcom.org's reading guide on feminism, women and women's struggles against patriarchy and capital.

And I thought my contract couldn't get any shitter...

Sometimes, when you think your contract is already pretty bad, you can end up putting your guard down, thinking it can't get any worse. This, as I've recently discovered in my job as a TEFL teacher, is not the case.

libcom.org reading guide

Illustration by Clifford Harper.

Libcom.org's reading guides, organised by subject, including other media like film and photographs.

State: an introduction

A brief introduction to what we at libcom.org mean when we refer to the state and how we think we should relate to it as workers.

Unions: an introduction

A brief introduction to trade or labour unions, their function in society and how we at libcom.org think we should approach them, as workers.

Introductions to political theories - libcom.org

libcom.org's clearly written short introductions to various political philosophies related to libertarian communism with which we are sympathetic.