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  1. Bring us the six-hour workday!

    Bring us the six-hour workday!

    [FONT=Calibri]Yes, you probably read correctly, the headline does indeed mention six hours. If anyone was baffled or surprised by this proposal that quite clearly violates the norm which is eight hours, then it only serves to prove that there is need for this article. [/FONT]

    [FONT=Calibri]Many people living in the western countries today take our standard 8-hour work day for granted. This goes
  2. Direction on Syndicalism and Revisiting Mass Strike Strategies

    Transformative Critique: Direction on Syndicalism and Revisiting Mass Strike Strategies

    “Imagine all the workers of the world truly, actually uniting… and then striking. It would be a world-transforming action.” (Jack Harden)

    In Chapter 6, I wrote about one of the highest freedoms of class-strugglist assembly and association: all workplaces being legally considered to be unionized for the purposes of political strikes and even syndicalist strikes, regardless of the ...
  3. Class-Strugglist Democracy and the Demarchic Commonwealth

    Class-Strugglist Democracy and the Demarchic Commonwealth

    “But much more important for Marxist thought is Aristotle's account in Books 3-6 of the Politics where he defines democracy as the rule of the poor over the rich whom they can outnumber in the Assembly. Demokratia is taken to be class rule rather than popular government, and demos is understood in the sense of the common people, not the whole of the people as Perikles, Demosthenes, and other Athenians preferred to believe.” ...
  4. Research Aids 3: This Time It's Personal

    by , 27th August 2010 at 23:43 (Jazz Remington's Holy Mountain)

    A collection of over 100 free ebooks on subjects such science, economics, history, philosophy, etc.

    A lengthy bibliography on US labor history.

    An annotated bibliography of selected books, articles, and "digital documents" deal with information technology.

    Updated 10th September 2010 at 17:40 by JazzRemington

    Library and Information Science
  5. Know the nationalist! Smite the nationalist!

    [FONT=Calibri]Know the nationalist! Smite the nationalist![/FONT]

    [FONT=Calibri]Nationalism is a claim[/FONT]
    [FONT=Calibri]Nationalism is often attempted to define by it’s manifestations. It is said that nationalism is an attempt to bring autonomy to ethnic or cultural groups. Others say that it aims to create a connection between ethnic groups and the state. In it’s most extreme form it claims that other ethnic groups are superior in relation to others. Nationalists ...