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Notes from the class struggle: small group workplace organising

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This pamphlet aims to show what small groups and unions can achieve in workplace disputes. These examples and analyses of successful small-scale actions should prove instructive to workers in a variety of fields from a variety of backgrounds, whether they are in the transport or manufacturing sector, students or illegal immigrants, or are employed in another branch of industry. The articles collected here show that through creativity, organization and fighting spirit small groups of workers and activists are more than able to hold their own against the bosses.  read more »

Notes on the Local- TIQQUN

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To note, this is a full page printout of the text, double sided.

From the Text:  read more »

Nothing Burns in Hell: On Delinquents and Respectable Citizens

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A situationist critique of "delinquents" and "respectable citizens": "We are typically given to understand that delinquents are rejecting the norms of society, and respectable citizens are being impoverished by a loss of the tranquil enjoyment of ordinary life. This way of viewing matters is perfectly misconceived. The problem is not that young delinquents have gone too far in their defiance of the dominant society, but that they have not gone far enough. The problem is not that the lives of the respectable citizens of this society have become disturbed, but that they have remained frozen.  read more »

Nothing In Common, An Oral History of IWW Strikes from 1972 - 1991

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from libcom.org

NYC Retail Workers Union

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fighting for decent jobs and better lives for today's workers

Oakland Solidarity Poster

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Posters in solidarity with the Oakland Commune; display far and wide for all to see. One is color and 11X17, the other is B&W and 8.5X11.

Objectives of Anarcho-Syndicalism, The

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 Chapter 4 of Anarcho-Syndicalism

by Rudolf Rocker

Occupy All Streets #1

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A new periodical dealing with the 2011 occupation movement. geared more towards a NYC audience, but hopefully interesting to everyone.

Of Tea Parties and Patriots: In Defense of True Liberty for All

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A new pamphlet, based on Dave Strano's article "Of Tea Parties and Patriots..." written for participants in the Tea Party and U.S. Libertarian movement, is ready for printing and distribution. Many people are disaffected and angry right now, and countering the racist hatred and conspiracy theories of Glenn Beck, Lou Dobbs, Alex Jones, and Ron Paul are essential to combating fascism in America and gaining allies in our struggle for a free society.
These are our people, our families, our movement, and we can't let the mouthpieces of racists and the rich divide and conquer us.

Oh Sit Down!

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Accounts of sitdown strikes and workplace occupations in the UK and around the world

Compiled by Libcom.org

Olympia Downtown Ambassadors: Putting lipstick on a pig

The Olympia Downtown Ambassadors are a group whose stated purpose is to promote a safe and welcoming atmosphere in downtown Olympia for everyone.  read more »

On Failure and its Possible Remedies

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In this pamphlet, the author of the texts 'Gasping from out the Shallows: Reflections on Revolution in the Early Twenty-first Century', 'On Lice and Fleas: Observations Starting from the Conflict Between Iran and the USA' and 'Their Passed-away Builders: The "Credit Crunch"') reflects on the failure of those texts to have any impact whatsoever.  read more »

On Organization

Jacques Camatte and Gianni Collu critique the logic of organizations.

Untorelli Press
untorelli (at) riseup.net
untorellipress.noblogs.org

On Organization

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Jacques Camatte and Gianni Collu critique the logic of organizations.

Untorelli Press
untorelli (at) riseup.net
untorellipress.noblogs.org