Letter from Australia by their Treason group to Prol-Position about proposed new anti-worker legislation in 2005.
In 1996 The Liberal Party (analogous to the UK Conservatives) led by John Howard in coalition with the National Party (the farmers party) won control of the federal government after 13 years of Labor government. In October 2004 Howard won his fourth term in office and for the first a time since the early 1980s an Australian government has a majority in the upper house of Parliament, the Senate.
The myth of passivity: class struggles against neoliberalism in Aotearoa in the 1990s - Toby Boraman
This article from 2004 discusses several episodes of resistance to austerity in New Zealand in the 1990s.
Treason pamphlet collecting articles from David Watson, Guerra Sociale, John Zerzan and others. While we do not agree with all of it we reproduce for reference.
If you listen to the various mouthpieces of the system, we live in the best of all possible worlds. We are after all surrounded by a vast accumulation of commodities.
Fredy Perlman's pamphlet of working class economics, as compiled by Treason Press, February 2004.
Originally published 1969
A better formatted version of this text can be found here: http://libcom.org/library/reproduction-everyday-life-fredy-perlman
“Anti-Capitalism As Ideology...And As Movement?” is an analysis of the anti-summit movement by the British communist group Aufheben which was first published in the tenth annual issue of their journal in September 2001.
This is the long version of the pamphlet, it contains "Good Old-fashioned Trade Unionism" as well as "Outside and Against the Unions".
This is the short version of the pamphlet, it only contains "Outside and Against the Unions".
Warfare has significantly changed in the last thirty years. From 1945 until about 1975 most wars were
part of the worldwide movement of decolonisation that saw the formation of dozens of new states in
Africa and Asia. Since then most wars have been civil wars within the decolonised countries, sometimes