With the attempted November 2, 2011 general strike looming, Ben Webster points out some lessons from past struggles to consider.
Asad Haider assesses the Occupy related May Day actions in the United States while comparing them to past struggles in Europe and considering what new forms of resistance will look like.
A communique to the participants of the attempted general strike in Oakland on November 2, 2011.
Andrew Kliman of the Marxist-Humanist initiative criticises the arguments of David Graeber, which have been widely influential within the US Occupy movement.
Noam Chomsky discusses the future of the Occupy Movement.
May 1, International Workers Day. Please post your accounts and updates of workers' events today in the comments below.
Malcolm Harris' piece in a debate on the relevance of Lenin to current revolutionary anti-capitalist practice.
A humorous article dealing with the right-wing online media's discovery of a May 1st poster made by members of the Workers Solidarity Alliance.
A short list of objections to the May 1st general strike effort within the Occupy movement and some responses to them.
A brief piece critiquing activists' attempted management of the #Occupy "West Coast Port Shut Down" in Portland, Oregon.
The history of the January-February 1990 tramways dispute in Melbourne, Australia which saw transport workers, under anarcho-syndicalist influence, taking control of the trams and running them...
Mr. Block, who has no first name, was created November 7, 1912 by Ernest Riebe, a member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Block appeared that day in the Spokane newspaper Industrial...
German anarcho-syndicalist Rudolf Rocker's classic text on nationalism and culture.
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