A Discussion Paper$5.00
We have all heard that fewer and fewer workers are unionized these days, and those that still are regularly have to accept contracts that don’t serve their interests very well. It seems as though...
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network, written by two SeaSol organizers. From the introduction: "The Seattle Solidarity Network...
An Introduction to Our Writings$4.50
Capitalism makes all of our lives worse, so we should end capitalism. That’s the basic perspective of this pamphlet. This is a collection of three articles which serve as a good...
From Direct Action on the Job to the '46 Oakland General Strike$6.00
Stan Weir tells the story of the closest he ever came to the self-governing workers' world in which he believed all his adult life. On the SS Hanapepe, workers turned their ship into a floating...
Martin Glaberman’s classic but hard-to-find pamphlet (CHK is doing a new edition!) is an authoritative statement about the merits of direct action in workplace organizing. Writing in the context of...
Women Strikers Occupy Chain Store, Win Big$4.95
Woolworth's department store was the Walmart of the early-20th century. The women who worked the counters, cash registers, and storerooms were overworked, underpaid, and sexually harassed. This is...
A Worker's Guide to Direct Action$3.00
"The indignity of working-for-a-living is well-known to anyone who ever has. Democracy, the great principle on which American society is supposedly founded, is thrown out the window as soon as we...
Its Theory and Practice$3.00
As Emma Goldman states: syndicalism was not invented by the writings of intellectuals, it was born from the actual struggle and experience of the workers themselves. Likewise a resurrection of...
Originally published in 1947, this is a young auto worker's account of the industry, and a Marxist analysis of what that means for where next, and the reconstruction of society. This is the...
The American Working Class of the Sixties$4.00
1975 edition (the second, updated) of this pamphlet, first published in 1966 by Facing Reality. This later edition contains a second essay on the UAW.