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"Class Power on Zero-Hours": Learning the Hard Way?

A review of the recently published book by the Angry Workers of the World "Class Power on Zero-Hours" published by PM Press.

Losing Kathy: Slow Violence and Social Service Work in New York City

An essay written in 2018 and updated in 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York and prior to the June 2020 uprisings. Explores the death of a woman named 'Kathy' through the eyes of a frontline social worker. Originally published on the website of Hard Crackers.

Class Power on Zero-Hours - Introduction

Introduction to our upcoming book. Our book tour is messed up by the virus - so please circulate online and order the book for your time of self-isolation: www.classpower.net

'Class Power on Zero-Hours' - an AngryWorkersBook

A University Administrator Inquiry

An article examining the field of university administration, first published by Notes from Below.

The Tesco Dagenham Strike and the Power of Distribution Workers

Warehouse workers strike for a 15% pay increase, but much more is at stake. Report and analysis from the picket line.

Wildcat at Orion

An in-depth report from the recent wildcat strike at the Orion recycling plant in East London. This report first appeared on Notes from Below.

The Vest Pocket Chairman by R. Heathwood and G. Horsman 1960

Vest Pocket Chairman 1960 front cover

The National Council of Labour Colleges (NCLC) was an organisation set up in the United Kingdom to foster working class self-education.

Workers' fear and loathing in London's western badlands: A jigsaw publication

P*ck yourself!

A patchwork "book" being compiled on the situation of the working class in West London, in particular those working in the logistics and distribution sector.