Arguments for the Leisure Society$15.95
Why Work? is a provocative collection of essays by writers from the nineteenth century through to today, dissecting work, its form under capitalism and the possibilities for an...
Mother Jones and Her March for Children's Rights$17.95
Though eight-year-old Aidan and his friend Gussie want to go to school, like many other children in 1903, they work twelve hours, six days a week, at a cotton mill in Pennsylvania instead. So when...
The Watsonville Canning Strike, 1985-87$18.95
On September 9, 1985, 1,000 mainly Mexican women workers in Watsonville, California, the “frozen food capital of the world,” were forced out on strike in response to an attempt by Watsonville...
The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement$22.00
Telling the stories of African American domestic workers, this book resurrects a little-known history of domestic worker activism in the 1960s and 1970s, offering new perspectives on race, labor,...
A new edition of this classic with extensive notes. Rudolph Rocker remains one of the most important figures in the history of anarchism, from his key role organizing against sweatshop labor in...
"Ron Kolm is an American original and Night Shift is a testament to a life lived in the margins which is where the real action has always been. Wise, ribald, human, unexpectedly...
"We are fed up with working for free. We must force capital, which profits from our work, to pay for our schoolwork. Only in this way can we seize more power to use in our dealings with capital."
It was 1969, and temperatures were rising across the factories of the north as workers demanded better pay and conditions. Soon, discontent would erupt in what became known as...
A nuanced study of strikes led by the powerful anarcho-syndicalist labor union FORA against the despotic landowners and industrialists of Argentina’s Patagonia region in 1921–1922. The tale ends...
Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy, Second Edition$17.95
Illegal. Un-American. Disposable. In a nation with an unprecedented history of immigration, the prevailing image of those who...