Tag Archives: IWW

Staughton Lynd: Thinking history, doing politics, from below

What we are about is a new set of values, the practice of solidarity. Capitalism developed within feudalism as the practice of the idea of contract. What was imagined was a society in which free and equal members of civil … Continue reading

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Remembering the IWW

For this May Day, we turn to a page of working class and anarcho-syndicalist history, that of the Industrial Workers of the World Union; not however as a dead past, but as a permanent possibility for thinking revolt and revolution … Continue reading

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