Angry Workers' Bulletin

Angry Workers' Bulletin

Online archive of Angry Workers Bulletin, published in the mid to late 1980s in Berkeley, California.

The publication's influences included the German and Dutch left-communists and the Situationist International.

Not to be confused with Angry Workers of the World.

The scans of issues 1 and 2 are courtesy of the Splits and Fusions archive.

Comments

R Totale
Dec 22 2020 17:41

Am I right in thinking that a certain K Keating may have been involved in this?

Black Badger
Dec 22 2020 20:32

In fact it was almost wholly a one-man operation

Hieronymous
Dec 24 2020 05:48

Wasn’t it co-written with the late Chris Follmer (sp?)?

Black Badger
Dec 24 2020 05:59

Chris helped, as did Kathy (and possibly Hans after #1)

Hieronymous
Dec 24 2020 06:05

Looking at the PDFs, even Jeff S. contributed several articles (although he had his own Daily Battle project)

R Totale
Dec 24 2020 16:07

Is it worth me spending any time trying to understand the Processed World/Bob Black beef discussed in AWB #1, or should I just accept that two groups of people I'll never meet had a falling out before I was born and I don't really need to know anything about it?

Fozzie
Dec 24 2020 16:19

I’d say this is low down the list of arguments to understand myself.

Hieronymous
Dec 24 2020 17:52
R Totale wrote:
Is it worth me spending any time trying to understand the Processed World/Bob Black beef discussed in AWB #1?

No

Splits and Fusions
Dec 24 2020 17:56

I have a copy of Daily Battle, mentioned above. Didn't really know what it was though. I'll scan that very soon.