WARD, Colin. A Self-Employed Society
The split between life and work is probably the greatest contemporary social problem. You cannot expect men to take a responsible attitude and to (...)
ALTENA, Bert. "Works on Anarchism : The Low Countries"
in : Ruth Kinna (ed.), The Continuum Companion to Anarchism (London/New York 2012), 401-404.
KNOWLES, Rob. "Carlyle, Ruskin, Morris: Work across the ’river of fire’ "
History of Economics Review, Special Issue in Honour of Ray Petridis, Issue No.34, Summer 2001.
GILLAN, Audrey. Work until you drop: how the long-hours culture is killing us
In Japan they call it karoshi and in China it is guolaosi. As yet there is no word in English for working yourself to death, but as more and (...)
BRINTON, Maurice. For Workers’ Power. The Selected Writings of Maurice Brinton
Edinburg: AK Press, 2004. ISBN: 1-904859-07-0 . 378 p. Publisher’s text: "Reading the ideas of Maurice Brinton for the first time proves (...)
WILLIAMS, Dana. Anarchists and Labor Unions: Applying New Social Movement Theory to the Characteristics of Contemporary Anarchists. -1-
ABSTRACT This paper studies the characteristics and union membership of North American anarchists. Traditionally, anarchism has been a (...)
WILLIAMS, Dana. Anarchists and Labor Unions: Applying New Social Movement Theory to the Characteristics of Contemporary Anarchists. -2- Summary and Hypothesis.
Previous pages: Introduction & Literature review SUMMARY AND HYPOTHESES This work posits anarchism within a new social movement theory (...)
WILLIAMS, Dana. Anarchists and Labor Unions: Applying New Social Movement Theory to the Characteristics of Contemporary Anarchists. -3- Discussion and Conclusion. References. Appendix
Previous pages: Introduction & Literature review Summary & Hypotheses. Data and Methods Discussion and Conclusions Union membership of (...)
CAULFIELD, Norman. Wobblies and Mexican workers in mining and petroleum, 1905-1924
Amsterdam : International Review of Social History, 1995. p. 51-76 ; 24 cm. CIRA-Lausanne - Institut International d’Histoire (...)
FEELEY, Francis. Rebels with Causes: A Study of Revolutionary Syndicalist Culture among the French Primary School Teachers between 1880 and 1919
New York, New York, Peter Lang Publishers, 1989. 368 p. ISBN: 082041025X
FEELEY, Francis. The French Anarchist Labor Movement and "La Vie Ouvrière," 1909-1914
New York: Peter Lang Publishers (American University Studies : Series IX, History, Vol 112) , 1991. 155 p. ISBN: (...)