self-management

Anarchist Centralism?

A response to a C4ss article arguing for Anarchist centralism.

Abraham Guillén, Between Bakunin and Marx: Anarchism, Socialism, and the Economics of Self-Management

Abraham Guillén

An introduction to the life and ideas of Abraham Guillén by Tommy Lawson of Red Black Notes.

How to Hold a Good Meeting: Rusty's Rules of Order

Rusty's Rules is a simplified version of Robert's Rules. It enables good meeting process while being simple enough to easily memorize. Meetings are an essential part of organizing, of self-management, and of collective action. With good process, meetings can be highly effective, but without good process, meetings can easily become a useless waste of time. So Rusty's Rules is a very important tool, not just for successful meetings, but for successful organizing, successful action, and successful class-struggle.

Workers' self-management in Algeria - Ian Clegg

Ian Clegg's history of workers' self-management in Algeria following the Algerian Revolution.

Anarchy #047: Towards Freedom in Work

Issue of Anarchy magazine published in January 1965. This issue is devoted to the publication of the essay Freedom in Work by James Gillespie.

Self-Management

Introduction to the theory and practice of self-management.

ZAD’s Victory – Miguel Amorós

A short article from February 2018 celebrating the initial victory of an ongoing struggle to stop an airport from being built in a rural part of western France.

How to kill an Act of Parliament – Jack Ray

dockers taking direct action in 1972

The story of the legislation that led to the jailing of the Pentonville Five, the 1971 Industrial Relations Act. Published as follows during 2012 in the Black Flag, issue 235.

Production control in Japan

Post-war Japan saw a major strike wave. Due to shortages of nearly all necessities, some of the strikes took the form of 'production control' where workers occupied workplaces and continued production to meet direct needs.

A few clarifications on anti-work - Bruno Astarian

A historical perspective by Bruno Astarian on anti-work and its current expression in proletarian struggles. Translated by 'Ediciones Inéditos'.