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How to Hold a Good Meeting: Rusty's Rules of Order

Rusty's Rules is a simplified version of Robert's Rules. It enables good meeting process while being simple enough to easily memorize. Meetings are an essential part of organizing, of self-management, and of collective action. With good process, meetings can be highly effective, but without good process, meetings can easily become a useless waste of time. So Rusty's Rules is a very important tool, not just for successful meetings, but for successful organizing, successful action, and successful class-struggle.

Capitalism is the Virus - Class Solidarity is the Cure!

capitalism is the virus

Statement from IWW Ireland on a class response to Covid-19

Workers Launch Wave of Wildcat Strikes As Trump Pushes for ‘Return to Work’ Amidst Exploding Coronavirus

A report on the spread of wildcat strikes in response to the coronavirus in the US. This article was first published by It's Going Down.

Short reflection on a Solidarity Network / IWW case

The war that never ended: public history for the present

A critical look at New Zealand's official First World War centennial programme and its lack of engagement with the war's root causes, namely capitalism and white supremacy.

Heatwave magazine, 1966

Heatwave cover
Quote:
Heatwaves 1 & 2 emerged in 1966. Heatwave 3, largely drafted, was never published though the front cover featured in Dancin’ in the Streets. Charles Radcliffe and Chris Gray joined L’Internationale Situationniste in October 1966 and for that reason it was never published.

Heatwave 1 & 2 were direct descendants of The Chicago Rebel Worker and came from the revolutionary ferment that surrounded us. Heatwave 1 was a more or less solo effort whereas Heatwave 2 was edited by Charles Radcliffe and Chris Gray. This magazine, though amateurish in appearance, was very influential.

From: http://charlieradcliffe.com/heatwave/