Unions Against Revolution

G. Munis & John Zerzan     1975     62p     5 x 6 Unions – as well as employers – stand in the way of workers’ freedom. Labor militants who became union leaders enforce industrial discipline just as Lenin and Stalin advocated. In the pamphlet’s second essay Zerzan documents ‘The Revolt Against … Continue reading Unions Against Revolution

Roll the Union On

A Pictorial History of the Southern Tenant Farmer’s Union H.L. Mitchell 1987 96p 8 x 11 Founded near Tyronza, Arkansas, in 1934 by 11 white and seven black workers, within five years the STFU was organizing all across the South and counting its members in the tens of thousands. Reviving old IWW traditions of workers’ … Continue reading Roll the Union On


Men to Fill the Jails of Spokane! John Duda     2009     136p     5 x 8 Mass civil disobedience, train-hopping militants, insurrectionist poets, radical marching bands, and a victory for a precarious proletariat—in 1909! Published for the 100th Anniversary of the Spokane Free Speech Fight, Wanted: Men to Fill the Jails … Continue reading WANTED:

Direct Action and Sabotage

Three Classic IWW Pamphlets from the 1910s Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Walker C. Smith & William E. Tautmann 2014     128p     5 x 8 The pamphlets reprinted here were first published in the 1910s amid great controversy. Even then, the tactics of direct action and sabotage were often associated with the cartoonists’ image … Continue reading Direct Action and Sabotage

War on Misery #4

No thanks thanks to the treadmill. No thanks to the Grindstone. There’s plenty of dissent from these rungs below. Summer 2013     34p     8.5 x 11 After a four year hiatus, war on misery came back — bigger than ever. Articles include an analysis of Occupy St. Louis: ‘Occu-POW!: The Jolt of Occupy St. … Continue reading War on Misery #4

War on Misery #3

Darlin’ there’s a place for us… can we go before I turn to dust? Summer 2008     20p     8.5 x 11 Articles include an analysis of anti-police activity in st. louis: ‘Invitation for Conflict: a magnifying glass to three anti-police initiatives’; an analysis of the Laidlaw bus drivers’ strike: ‘The Driver on the Bus Says “WI-LD-CAT!”; … Continue reading War on Misery #3

War on Misery #1

There must be some kinda way outta here… Winter 2005-2006     8p      8.5 x 11 Articles include an analysis of the Busch deliver drivers’ striker: ‘You say Lohr, We say Class War: Unions, bosses, and turning the lights on in the theatre of conflict’; a fictitious account of the social conflict that could have arisen after … Continue reading War on Misery #1


Documents From Chicago’s Clandestine Abortion Service, 1968-1973 Firestarter Press ed.     2004     60p     5 x 8 Jane was the abortion counseling service affiliated with the Chicago Women’s Liberation Union (CWLU). Before abortion was legalized in 1973, Jane members, none of whom were physicians, performed over 11,000 illegal abortions. Their philosophy … Continue reading Jane