A Magazine Of Class Struggle Theory And Practice$4.00
The magazine of the Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists (NEFAC). Contents include a good mix of regional and national/international news, as well as essays, debate, and analysis. A fine...
The Struggle Against The No-Strike Pledge In The UAW During World War II$8.00
Whether or not it was a good war, the Second World War saw more strikes than at any other time in the history of the American labor movement. In this groundbreaking history from below, Glaberman...
A New Beginning$5.00
Four essays by the noted anarcho-syndicalist discuss the development of the US labor movement in terms of the constant conflict between its revolutionary and conservative tendencies.
Rebuilding The Labor Movement From Below$15.00
Solidarity Unionism is critical reading for all who care about the future of labor because its modesty lets it say so much. Short and plainly written, it is also deliberately tentative in its...
The humble, moving, and inspiring autobiograhy of Brian Wilson. Working class stiff. Vietnam vet. Who became an anti-prison activist, Veteran counselor, and finally, non-violent activist against...
To A Study Of The Return Of The Repressed In History$10.95
"I don't want to do anything subversive - I just want to destroy capitalism." A collection of 'ultra' prose and poetry from 300 years of outrage, passion, sarcasm and wit. Quotes, rants,...
The Attack On Working People$14.98
Corporations and their political allies wage an unrelenting class war against working people. Privatization, the market and level playing fields are the mantras of the day. CEOs tell workers to...
Capitalism In The Real World$13.98
There is endless talk about the free market and its virtues. Entrepreneurs compete on level playing fields and the public benefits. The chasm between such fantasies and reality is acute and growing...
"The purpose of this booklet is to positively contribute to and stimulate some genuine debate about the role that we (as working class men) perform in the oppression of working class women in this...
From a talk given by Martin Glaberman, a Detroit autoworker and close associate of CRL James who remained unwaveringly committed to ideas of workers self organization throughout his entire life....