strikes

Letter concerning the struggles over the oil price in Britain

Notes by 'Dave W.' on the fuel protests of September 2000 examining the social make-up of the strikers and analysis of both mainstream and leftist reactions to the protests.

Wildcats in the Appalachian coal fields - William Cleaver

William Cleaver on the often unofficial strikes of miners in the mid to late 20th century.

Throwing away the ladder: the universities in the crisis - George Caffentzis

George Caffentzis' article on the development of class struggle in American universities since 1960.

The mass strike in France May-June 1968 - ICO

Nanterre

Text on the mass strike in France in 1968 written by Informations et Correspondance Ouvrieres (ICO) and published in English as Root & Branch Pamphlet 3.

Mark Goodier - broke BBC strike

Radio scab-a: Goodier

Mark Goodier, radio presenter from Zimbabwe, crossed picket lines to work during the 2005 BBC strike.

Nicholas Witchell - six o'clock scabbing

The scab o'clock news...

Now Royal Correspondent, Nicholas Witchell crossed picket lines to read the six o'clock news during the 1989 BBC strike.

Shelagh Fogarty - breakfast scab

Fogarty scab

Starting strikebreaking early in the day, Radio 5 co-anchor Shelagh Fogarty scabbed on her colleagues during the 2005 BBC strike.

The mass strike - Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg

The Mass Strike, the Political Party and the Trade Unions by Rosa Luxemburg, written and first published: 1906

Chat about olive harvest strike in Spain, 2005

Wildcat action brewing over the Laing O'Rourke 'contrick'

Workers employed by construction giant Laing O'Rourke are refusing the company's new pay and conditions deal.