Direct Action #27 (January 1986)

Issue #27 of Direct Action, with a review of 1985's news, a critique of the right-wing leadership of the electricians' union EEPTU, the need for rank and file groups and a report from a "rank and file conference wrecked by Marxists", a guide to health and safety at work, an article from the French CNT about the situation in France, slave labour under the Nazis and in Brazil today, a history of the IWA-AIT and announcement of the IWW's planned conference in Chicago for the 100th anniversary of the Haymarket Massacre, a review of "The Good Terrorist" by Doris Lessing and more.

Submitted by R Totale on May 12, 2020

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Serge Forward

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Submitted by Serge Forward on May 13, 2020

Heh heh... it's got a letter from me writing as "Chris Wells, Manchester" which the editorial group hammered. Although a couple of issues later, Dave Douglass backs me up. Memories, eh.