reformism

Address to those who would rather abolish harmful phenomena than manage them - Encyclopedie des Nuisances

An essay proclaiming the pivotal role of "harmful phenomena"--broadly defined to include everything from nuclear meltdowns to the construction of a superhighway--in the resurgence of a movement of "anti-economic and anti-statist emancipation", and warning against reformist "ecologism" as "the principle agent of censorship of the social critique latent in the struggle against harmful phenomena".

Theories of Thatcherism and Capitalist Decay - Peter Kennedy

'Fordism/Post-Fordism' cannot be used to understand Thatcherism. Marxism must come to terms with 'Labourism' which itself emerges out of a decaying form of capitalism and which extends capitalism's life beyond its years. The emergence of 'Thatcherism' served only to escalate capitalism's decay and so bring closer the day when workers must take democratic power into their own hands and conscious regulation of social labour becomes a political necessity.

U.S. CARD Act demonstrates the brankruptcy of Progressivism

Perhaps one of the greatest failures of progressives in the United States today is their insistence on our continued participation in elections and lobbying.

Labouring in vain: a critical history of the Labour Party

An excellent of the foundation and development of the Labour Party and how it has acted in power and in opposition, effectively countering many of the claims for Labour having once been a working class, socialist party. First published in the early 1990s.

The Labour government vs the dockers 1945-1951

Troops working as scabs during 1945 dock strike

Solidarity's account and analysis of the "socialist" Labour government's war against dockworkers.