Wisconsin protests

More on Madison - Insurgent Notes

The following letter synthesizes two e-mails from a comrade, AS, about some disagreements with Loren Goldner’s article on Madison in IN No. 3

Wisconsin: What now?

An update on what's happened in Wisconsin since early April.

2011 Wisconsin protests

The occupied capitol building in Madison

Pictures from the protests in response response to the Wisconsin Governor's proposed bill that would eliminate collective bargaining for public sector employees, among other things.

Early Spring for the Badger

Early Spring for the Badger is a collection of anonymously written notes on the Wisconsin February – March 2011 Struggle against Austerity Measures. Contained is a collection of communiques and actions, reflections on the struggle, critique concerning the themes of democracy, race, policing, madness, and violence, and propositions for a revolutionary strategy within the global anti-austerity struggle.

On, Wisconsin - Paul Mattick Jr.

In the aftermath of the recent struggle in Wisconsin, Paul Mattick Jr. analyses the historical background to the rise and the current curtailing of the unions in the US and the attacks on the working and living conditions that are happening alongside this.

The 'great moderation' and the international assault on labour - Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky reflects on the state of labour and the current employers' offensive in the United States and elsewhere.

The Power of Working Class Solidarity

Pamphlet by the Madison IWW branch. Intended as a follow-up to Kill the Bill:The Power of a General Strike.

The Organizer # 26

PDF of Twin Cities IWW branch's quarterly newsletter.

IWW report on the political situation in Wisconsin

Report of the situation Wisconsin from the secretary of the Madison Industrial Workers of the World branch with which we do not necessarily agree but reproduce here for reference.

Contours of Global Order: Domination, Instability, and Xenophobia in a Changing World - Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky discusses recent world events. Text of a talk given at Westerkerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 13, 2011.