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Empty supermarkets: The food supply-chain from a workers’ perspective

Everyone is complaining about empty supermarket shelves. Lots of people are now asking themselves how they get filled in the first place.

Thoughts on the Corona regime

Corona has taken over. Despite the fear and panic (or even denial) that has taken hold, one thing is for sure: the cracks of the system are emerging for all to see.

Class Power on Zero-Hours - Introduction

Introduction to our upcoming book. Our book tour is messed up by the virus - so please circulate online and order the book for your time of self-isolation: www.classpower.net

Short report from the UK - Part two

Comrades from abroad asked us for a brief report about the post-election situation here in the UK.

'Class Power on Zero-Hours' - an AngryWorkersBook

A short report from the UK

We wrote this short report about the elections and their aftermath for comrades abroad...

Labour defeat - Thoughts on democratic socialism

The following thoughts on the strategy of democratic socialism forms part of our upcoming book reflecting on six years of working class inquiry and intervention in west-London…

In defence of working class existence as choice

We read and reviewed David Ranney’s “Living and dying on the factory floor”, which was about his decision to put his academic career on hold and his subsequent experiences as a factory worker. [1] The following thoughts relate to this decision, which used to be widespread within the left.

'Living and Dying on the Factory Floor’ - by Dave Ranney

This book is a thoughtful and easy-to-read account of the author's experiences in various industrial workplaces in the US in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Pamphlet: We want a new society - and don’t we need it!

We wrote the final part of our vulgar system-series about 'social alternatives'. We compiled the whole series into a pamphlet - see attachment. Feel free to comment and/or share...

Factory occupation! Temporary and permanent Honda workers in Manesar, India

Another solidarity network/IWW case - A potential for a strategic leap

The following case reveals the strategical potential of solidarity networks: to create links between individual proletarians in structurally weak positions and the world of workers’ power in big workplaces.

A Prol-Kult Bricolage

Short reflection on a Solidarity Network / IWW case

AngryWorkers: A conversation

A IWW comrade and researcher asked us questions about our local experiences and thoughts on working class organising...

Review of ‘Hired’ by James Bloodworth

Review of Akala’s ‘Natives. Race & Class in the Ruins of Empire.’ July 2019

WorkersWildWest no.9

Latest issue of our workers' newspaper - an experimental building block of a political working class organisation. We distribute 2,000 copies in front of local factories, warehouses, at Heathrow airport, job centres, housing estates. Give us a hand if you are around...