The latest addition to our collection:
An Introduction to Anarcho-Syndicalism
The Tactics and Vision for a New Workers Movement
Published July 1996
Our class is suffering attack after attack: the “Welfare State” is being carved up, our bills and taxes go up while real wages go down, working conditions are getting worse and worse, “job security” is a thing of the past, anti-social crime is increasing in our communities, unemployment is rampant.
What passes for politics in the north of Ireland offers our class nothing but continued and perhaps worsening hardship and sectarianism. The choice between British nationalism (Loyalism) and Irish nationalism is no choice at all. Neither will do anything to the benefit of our class, rather they would play one section off against the other while seeking to maintain their sectarian power bases.
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— Tom Brown in What’s Wrong with the Unions? A Syndicalist Answer