An important historical text, published by the Industrial Workers of the World union outlining the nature and potential benefits of industrial sabotage.
An account of two years of struggle at an Australian Chrysler plant by one of the workers, including a detailed look at the role of the union.
Demolition worker Anthony's account of labouring in the New England winter, and taking direct action when his wages were not paid.
Kmart worker Karl recounts his employment in the late 70s and early 80s, with his and his co-workers' unofficial way of supplementing their wages.
Alan, a shop clerk's account of unofficial wage enhancement in a Minneapolis photocopy outfit.
Tad, a combine driver, recounts sabotaging machines in order to get a break from work on Texas farms.
Kenny, a bicycle courier, recalls taking direct action to get management to abandon a new work practice.
Nick, an assembly line worker, recounts sabotage and a walkout at his factory when the workers' contract expired.
An agency worker recalls several years' temping in London, trying to help his co-workers and do as little work as possible.
Workers at a Continental tyre factory in France destroyed two buildings after learning that legal attempts to block the closure of their plant failed.
Content about sabotage in the workplace, from individual employee pranks to mass sabotage and absenteeism.
Letter to UK Uncut members by members of the Solidarity Federation in the aftermath of the disorder on the March 26 TUC organised March for the Alternative.
A reader I compiled from various texts online of the AAUD/AAUD-E.
Jeremy Brecher's excellent history and analysis of the wave of sitdown strikes in US from 1933-1937 from their origins amongst Akron rubber workers to the great Flint sitdown strike and to...
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