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  1. Class War Lessons

    Class War Lessons

    From Direct Action on the Job to the '46 Oakland General Strike

    Stan Weir


    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...

  2. Never Work

    Never Work

    The Autobiography of Salvatore Messana

    Gianni Giovannelli


    Translated by Bill Brown, this book is the fictional autobiography of Salvatore Messana, a clever; determined and financially successful enemy of salaried work, bosses and beureaucrats. Written by...

  3. (The Rise & Fall of the) Dil Pickle Club

    (The Rise & Fall of the) Dil Pickle Club

    Chicago's Wild 20s!

    Franklin Rosemont


    What do Lucy Parsons, Clarence Darrow, Carl Sandburg, Mary MacLane, Lawrence Lipton, Elizabeth Davis (Queen of the Hoboes), Jun Fujita, Sherwood Anderson, Ralph Chaplin, Katherine Dunham, Djuna...

  4. Lucy Parsons

    Lucy Parsons

    An American Revolutionary

    Carolyn Ashbaugh


    A woman ahead of her time, Lucy Parsons was an early American radical who defied all conventions of her turbulent era. An outspoken woman of color, radical writer, and labor organizer, Parsons led...

  5. Punching Out

    Punching Out

    Martin Glaberman


    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...

  6. Upon the Backs of Labour

    Upon the Backs of Labour

    Arthur Miller


    Arthur J. Miller's essays, stories really, are firsthand accounts of a working person's life, in his own words, uncensored and unapologetic. For Arthur, expressing his thoughts in print is a form...

  7. Detroit: I Do Mind Dying

    Detroit: I Do Mind Dying

    A Study in Urban Revolution

    Dan Georgakas


    Detroit: I Do Mind Dying tracks the extraordinary development of the Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement and the League of Revolutionary Black Workers as they became two of the landmark...

  8. Reform or Revolution

    Reform or Revolution

    And Other Writings

    Rosa Luxemburg


    A polemic writing by the famous "Red Rosa" Luxemburg, Reform or Revolution (published in 1899) explains why capitalism can never overcome its internal contradictions. An effective refutation...

  9. Songs of Work and Protest

    Songs of Work and Protest

    100 Favorite Songs of American Workers Complete with Music and Historical Notes

    Edith Fowke & Joe Glazer


    This collection includes 100 songs from the history of the labor movement, together with the stories of the genuine situations from which they sprang. Includes songs by Joe Hill, Ralph Chaplin, Joe...

  10. Syndicalism


    Its Theory and Practice

    Emma Goldman


    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...

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