PDFs

A martyr to his cause: the scenario of the first labor film in the United States

The background and script to A Martyr to His Cause, the first labor film, made in 1911 in defense of the McNamara brothers,who were accused of bombing the Los Angeles Times during a labor dispute.

Swedish syndicalists host international gathering of industrial unionists (1975)

A 1975 article from the Industrial Worker about a conference hosted by Swedish syndicalist union, SAC.

The strike! - Paul Delesalle

A brief text from 1900 by the French anarchosyndicalist Paul Delesalle on labor and capital, the strike, its origins, and the difference between the “partial” strike for immediate demands and the “general strike” that is the herald of the next revolution.

Subversion #1

PDF of the first issue of Subversion, mostly about the poll tax.

Where Casement would have stood today - Jack White

Address delivered by Capt Jack White to the Roger Casement Sinn Fein club in 1936. We do not necessarily agree with all of it but reproduce it for reference.

The meaning of anarchism: theory illustrated by recent practice in Spain - Jack White

Short pamphlet looking at anarchist and socialist views of the state against the background of the conflict between Stalinists and anarchists in the Spanish revolution.

“You understand we are radical”: the United Mine Workers of America, District 18 and The One Big Union, 1919-1920

The story of the United Mine Workers of America District 18 and their path into, and then later out of, the radical One Big Union.

Marxian Economics curriculum from 1935 IWW Work People's College

PDF of the 'Marxian Economics' course of the IWW's Work People's College in 1935 Duluth, Minnesota.

Solidarity for workers' power #6.12

Issue of Solidarity from December 25, 1971 with articles about UCS and Plessey, modern capitalism and more.

Solidarity for workers' power #6.11

Issue of Solidarity from October 15, 1971, with articles about UCS and Plessey, Maoism in crisis, housing in Ealing and more.