An article by Fred Thompson contesting the myth that the IWW was smashed by repression during World War I.
The late Wobbly veteran, in conversation with the late Studs Terkel, looks back on his experience in the class struggle.
Blog post in which I pass off 140-character bursts from Twitter as enigmatic libertarian communist analysis.
Ken Weller of Solidarity's brief history of the two strikes of London police officers during and after World War I. Libcom does not support strikes of police officers as such but reproduce...
This series of articles considers the construction of gender roles and the consequences this has upon our society, including the existence of rape culture. The relationship of gender to the state...
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