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A response to the Organizing.Work review of ‘Class Power on Zero-Hours’

Reflections on ‘uneven and combined development’ and ‘class composition’

First part in a series of texts on 'revolutionary working class strategy' for the 21st century

The Covid-19 regime and the working class: potentials for unification versus new divisions

In early-April we wrote a political summary of some of the global working class struggles under the Covid-19 regime. [1] We want to reiterate that ultimately it will depend on these struggles as to whether the current crisis will result in deeper divisions within the global working class or lead towards unification.

Global struggles under the Covid-19 regime

Corona crisis: Can workers avoid the job vs. health trap?

The Corona crisis - A letter from China

Covid-19 struggles and workers' control

What's the System? Review of an Angry Workers Pamphlet

The Angry Workers of the World (AWW), a group based in West London which publishes the irregular workplace bulletin WorkersWildWest, has released a pamphlet collecting their articles on history, crisis, and revolution. We want a new society – and don’t we need it! seeks to explain in a straightforward manner how the current system emerged and how a new society can replace it.

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.