Submitted by Juan Conatz on Sep 18 2016 03:49
An account by Juan Conatz of an Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) campaign at a liquor store in Minneapolis during the first half of 2013.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Sep 16 2016 15:58
During the night between September 14 and 15, Abdelssalam Eldanf was killed while he was on strike with other workers in front of the GLS logistic plant in Piacenza.
Submitted by Recomposition on Sep 15 2016 02:29
A piece by John O’Reilly in Minnesota about his experiences working at a liquor store. Sports is often there in the background shaping our interactions, defining relationships, and reflecting the struggles and aspirations of workers. In Hat Trick O’Reilly reminds us of the role of sports setting out the divisions and unity in our lives.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Aug 29 2016 20:29
An empirically heavy mind-game for the debate on working class strategy: First steps in a six-month revolutionary transition period in the UK region
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 28 2016 23:49
In this essay, IWW organizer Coeur de Bord analyses the first year of organizing at a United Parcel Service hub in Minneapolis outside of the preexisting trade union structure. They show how even a small core of organizers can engage large numbers of workers and mobilize them around concrete demands.
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 28 2016 23:24
In this piece Phinneas Gage recalls the challenges of organizing under punitive back to work legislation and the effect it had on shop floor organising. As tensions grow over a dispute about the safety of various parking arrangements around renovated facilities the shop again begins to mobilise. Then tragedy strikes and the workers are reminded that sometimes the cost of a partial victory can be as great as any defeat.
Submitted by Soapy on Aug 28 2016 17:50
A look at why drug war policies continue despite totally failing to achieve their stated objectives.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Aug 26 2016 15:20
Struggle, repression and contradictions in Bolivia
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Aug 22 2016 09:13
The Reserve Bank of Australia's turn to unorthodox monetary policy is an attempt to keep credit and house prices high to delay the impact of the global crisis
Submitted by Reddebrek on Aug 21 2016 18:50
A critical look at the homophobic positions of the "Revolutionary Communist Party" in the US since the 1970s.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Aug 17 2016 10:39
On the backgrounds of the area ban the mayor of The Hagua, Netherlands, imposed on several anarchists
Submitted by libcom on Aug 17 2016 04:07
List of materials that have been digitized as part of our effort to make U.S. anarchist periodicals and pamphlets from the 1930s-1950s freely available.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Aug 7 2016 00:29
From the frontlines of social war in the Netherlands: area ban for anarchists in The Hague
Submitted by libcom on Aug 2 2016 02:39
A roundup of content that has been added to libcom.org during July 2016. Thank you to all contributors!
Submitted by Soapy on Aug 2 2016 01:50
A recent interview shows Clinton's determination to push Russia into an increasingly desperate and isolated position, one hesitates to think of the consequences.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jul 27 2016 17:44
As Portland becomes more and more impossible for renters, the Portland Solidarity Network and Portland Tenants United are marching on a landlord to support tenant power.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jul 24 2016 17:16
Report on strike in the port of Koper, Slovenia in summer 2016, which affected the supply chain in central Europe - published originally in German in issue no.100 of Wildcat.
Submitted by Nate on Jul 24 2016 03:30
Blog post on tensions around organizing campaigns encouraging or discouraging contact with the life of the larger organization
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Jul 23 2016 21:13
A brief indulgence in 1990s nostalgia by Juan Conatz, centering on his first job.
Submitted by libcom on Jul 22 2016 21:18
It’s a lonely world these days for an anti-parliamentary socialist with all politics seeming to have taken a back seat to the current Labour Party shenanigans. While the deluge of establishment groupthink currently arrayed on Corbyn is as disgusting as it is cynical, we're still not pinning any hopes on him in the (now quite likely) event he comes out on top in the next leadership election.