Issue #54 of Direct Action, with articles on anti-terror legislation, a work-to-rule in the NHS, local strikes in the Post Office, a claimants' conference in Oxford, Dutch police staging a "campaign of silliness", the CPGB moving right, a critique of Solidarnosc leader Lech Walesa, a report from the WSA, the politics of Irish Republicanism, the COB in Brazil, a review of a 1 in 12 report on the Economic League, German nazi computer games, mass sackings of union workers at Chelsea Girl, disputes at Jaguar and Lucas Aerospace in Coventry, Yardley's in Basildon, and more.
Direct Action #54 (January 1989)
Spies at Work
This is the full story of the right wing subversive organisation "The Economic League", which became known for its secret blacklisting activities on behalf of big business, but which has been also involved in anti-democratic conspiracies since the First World War. This book was first made available online by the 1 in 12 Publications library.
DAM rank and filists! The Communication Workers Group
Article written by one of Subversion, a former member of the rank and file Communication Workers Group, in 1994 looking at his/her experiences with the group and making suggestions on future efforts of workplace organising - importantly rejecting the CWG's rank and filism.