Partial online archive of issues of a bulletin produced by the UK, US and Australian sections of the anarcho-syndicalist International Workers Association, the Direct Action Movement, Workers Solidarity Alliance and Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation respectively, from 1988.
The english language discussion bulletin of the IWA for the year 1988. Courtesy of the WSA archives.
A 1990 bulletin on the American workers' movement from members of the WSA in NY.
A short flier about the aims and objectives of the Libertarian Workers Group.
A report of the Libertarian Workers Group to the IWA Paris Congress in 1979
A worker-owner in worker-run co-operatives gives their understanding of co-operatives in capitalist society, and their lack of revolutionary potential.
It's difficult for me to describe the deep fluttering of excitement, the too-good-to-be-true feeling, the dawning awareness, that I had been selected to be a worker-owner at San Francisco's storied Rainbow Grocery Cooperative.
The struggle of the 'mill girls': class consciousness in early 19th century New England - Ian Schlom
This article traces the development of class consciousness of and the antagonism between the capitalists and the Lowell and Lawrence "Mill Girls" in the earlier half of the 19th Century in New England.
An article in the International Socialist Review from October 1917 about the federal raids on the Socialist Party and the Industrial Workers of the World the month before.
The IWW and the Socialist Party
[events of Sept. 5, 1917]
Published in International Socialist Review, vol. 17, no. 4 (Oct. 1917), pp. 205-209.
The blog Three Way Fight takes a look at how American fascists are responding to the situation in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian fascists who helped seize power in Kiev three weeks ago have gotten a strikingly mixed response from U.S. far rightists. Like others across the political spectrum, U.S. fascists are struggling to understand and respond to the complex situation in Ukraine, and their discussions reveal some important fault lines and contradictions. Anti-fascists -- take note.
This is a collection of newspapers from the Mechanic's Educational Society of America, called The Educator, from 1944-1952
The M.E.S.A. was founded in 1933, by Matthew Smith, a British machinist and socialist/syndicalist who was involved in the shop steward movement in the UK. After moving into auto production in the States, Smith helped organize the M.E.S.A., pioneering the unionization of skilled autoworkers. This Collection covers 1944-1952 with various mising issues. The M.E.S.A.