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Marx and Makhno Meet McDonald's
Over the last several years, a revolving network of militants in Paris, France, have developed a strategy and tactics for winning strikes by marginal, low-paid, outsourced and immigrant workers agains...
Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By In America
Millions of Americans work full-time, year-round, for poverty-level wages. Barbara Ehrenreich decided to join them, inspired in part by the rhetoric surrounding welfare reform, which promised that any...
Cornish, Mary; Spink, Lynn
How to form or build a union. Shows how to strength organizing drives by responding to the concerns of all workers, including women, immigrant workers, people of colour, workers with disabilities, leb...
Part-time Paradox: Connecting Gender, Work and Family
Duffy, Ann; Pupo, Norene
Tthe authors discuss whether the over-representation of women in part-time labour is exploitive or liberating. They present interviews and original research to describe the ways in which alternative w...
Reclaiming the Ivory Tower: Organizing Adjuncts to Change Higher Education
An organizing handbook for contingent faculty.It examines the situation of adjunct professors in U.S. higher education today and puts forward an agenda around which they can mobilize to transform thei...
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Break Their Haughty Power
Articles on capitalism, socialism, and revolution, from a left-Marxist perspective.
Workers' Action Centre
The laws covering workers are outdated. And the government is not doing enough to enforce the weak laws that do exist. One in three employers breaks the law, often with no penalty. Our members come to...