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The American Socialist Movement: 1897-1912
A history of the American Socialist Party, which at its height had over 150,000 dues-paying members, published hundreds of newspapers, and won almost a million votes for its presidential candidate.
Ecodefense: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching. Second Edition
Foreman, Dave; Haywood, Bill
Fighting Back on the Job
The Fire This Time: Burning Bridges
D'Arcy, Steve; Canyon, Syrah
Some activists hold back from condemning tactics that are politically stupid and destructive, like the recent Ottawa arson attack by an anarchist group, because of a commitment to the doctrine of a 'd...
Luddites: Connexipedia Article
A social movement of British textile artisans in the early nineteenth century who protested - often by destroying mechanized looms - against the changes produced by the Industrial Revolution, which we...
Out of the Driver's Seat: Marxism in North America Today
Outlines the political perspective of the Windsor-based Labour Centre in the wake of divisions in the Centre in 1974. Issues explored include the nature of the working class, women in the working clas...
People are radicalizing Venezuela's Revolution: An interview with Christina Schiavoni
Schiavoni , Christina; Chowdhury, Farooque; Magdoff, Fred
In this interview Christina Schiavoni, a researcher and food sovereignty activist, provides a different view of the life of the Venezuelan people than we normally get from the media. The interview cov...
The Philosophy of Antonio Negri: Resistance in Practice
Murphy, S. Timothy (ed.), Mustapha, Abdul-Karim (ed.)
Sabotage: Connexipedia Article
In a workplace setting, sabotage is the conscious withdrawal of efficiency generally directed at causing some change in workplace conditions.
Sabotage in the workplace: Sabotage is the generic term for a whole host of tricks, deviltry, and assorted nastiness that can remind the boss how much he needs his wor
The term "sabotage" derives from French factory workers throwing their wooden shoes ("sabots") into machinery to jam them and stop production. Sabotage refers to all activities which workers can under...
Stuxnet on the Loose: Security for the One Percent
Suspicions that the Stuxnet computer worm was indeed developed by the United States and Israel has once again exposed American exceptionalism. Espionage and sabotage are presented as intolerable crimi...
US: Offensive Cyber-Warfare is Illegal... Unless We Do It
The US government declares that cyberwarfare directed against the US would be an act of war -- and, oh, by the way, that it is agressively engaged in cyberwarfare against foreign countries.
Edmonton aircraft bombing
On January 29, 1965, a left-wing radical group bombed three American warplanes being retrofitted at an Edmonton airport.
Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran
Sanger, David E.
Stuxnet and the Bomb
Over the past decade, US experts have strenuously warned about the ominous possibility of other nations, rogue states, or even terrorist groups attacking US infrastructure through the Internet. As it ...
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Organization profile published 1988