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An independent publisher of radical, left‐wing non­‐fiction books. Established in 1969, we are one of the oldest radical publishing houses in the UK, but our focus remains making timely interventions in contemporary struggles.

PODCAST: ‘Radicals in Conversation’ – Strike!

We discuss new forms of union organisation undertaken by workers today – and how new types of employment, from zero-hours contracts to the gig economy can actually pave the way for creative, successful forms of organisation.

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A sharp analysis of the nature of work under late capitalism, revealing the dark side of aspiration and utility

Labour and Trade Union Reading List

Work under neoliberalism is defined by low-pay, precarity, surveillance and total compliance, consequently, the need for unionisation is unquestionable. Here’s our Labour and Trade Union reading list, to prepare you for the world of modern...

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A history of the global nature of the radical union, The Industrial Workers of the World
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Wobblies of the World –

Wobblies of the World –

Auckland Labour History Group is proud to be hosting a book launch!

5:30 – drinks and nibbles
6pm- presentation

Join New Zealand contributors, Mark Derby and Peter Clayworth, plus special guests, for a presentation of this...

A Marxist investigation into the forms of resistance occurring in the UK call centre today


‘A wildcat strike is a strike action undertaken by unionised workers without union leadership's authorisation, support, or approval’. These books uncover the radical militancy which characterises international workers struggles, both...

A book on the nature of the new, precarious industrial worker in the Global South - highlighting experimentation, solidarity and struggle.

The Wobblies: A Radical World History

Who are the Wobblies? Peter Cole records the history of the Industrial Workers of the World, a revolutionary, internationalist union of workers, who aspired to build ‘a new society out of the ashes of the old’.

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VIDEO: The Scottsboro Boys and International Solidarity

Margaret Stevens, author of Red International and Black Caribbean, explores the case of the Scottsboro Boys and the solidarity it elicited internationally. She also considers the early civil rights case’s relevance today.

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