anti-work

Full Employment Funnies

Two versions of a double sided anti-work flyer published in 1980 and 1981.

The first version of the cartoon was by "Black Currant" who was also the cartoonist for Xtra! magazine. The text on the reverse was by a number of indviduals involved with Rising Free in Islington and the London Workers Group.

The second version of the cartoon was adapted by "Rosanne". The text was reworked for this version also.

The Right to Work or the Right to Fight to Live - Martin Wright

Martin Wright reflects on the tedium of the left's "Right To Work" campaign and proposes some less passive alternatives. From Anarchy #21, 1976.

Originally transcribed by Gawain Williams.

Abusing Resilience: The Filipino in the face of Disaster

An article critiquing resilience in the context of work under capitalism.

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.

The Working Class Waves Bye-Bye: A Proletarian Response to Andre Gorz

Midnight Notes critically review Andre Gorz' book "Farewell to the Working Class".

Bob Black : La abolo de la laboro

ENKONDUKO DE LA TRADUKINTO

Unu el la plej gravaj institucioj en nia moderna socio estas la laboro. La Abolo de la laboro de Bob Black estas la plej grava kritiko al la laboro, iam ajn skribita, kaj sekve la plej revolucia teksto ekzistanta.

Two jobs with one stone - Reports about working at London Linen and Skinny Bakery

A friend of ours summarised his experiences about working at two west London workplaces as a temporary worker…

On "Bullshit Jobs"

This is a review of David Graeber's book "Bullshit Jobs."

Abolition of Work

A reading of Bob Black's Abolition of Work.