Why pay rent into a landlord's pocket when you can have rented housing controlled by tenants? ..
This book shares decades of collectiveexperience in setting up and runninggrassroots workers’ co-ops..
'I am not here, then, as the accused; I am here as the accuser of
capitalism dripping with blood f..
Three and half weeks. Three hundred miles. I saw roaring arterial
highway and silent lanes, candle..
On 5th March 1984, following an Area ballot, Cortonwood pit in South
Yorkshire came out on st..
In Victorian times, many children had to work to earn money for their
family. One factory employed..
Millions of Americans work full-time, year-round, for poverty-level
wages. Distinguished journalis..
From the very dawn of the industrial epoch, wage earners have organised
themselves into unions, fo..
Scientists are pointing to increasingly dangerous levels of climate
change and habitat destruction..
The other side of Notting Hill - this is a historical analysis of
housing in the North Kensington ..
They did so in the midst of the 1984 miners' strike - the most bitter
and divisive dispute for mor..
In 1995, in the first contested election in the history of the AFL-CIO,
John Sweeney won the presi..
Ramparts of Resistance examines the experience of British and US workers
during the last three dec..
What is life like for workers in the gig economy? Is it a paradise of
flexibility and individual f..
In 1834 six farm labourers from the Dorset hamlet of Tolpuddle fell foul
of draconian Victorian la..
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