What’s a labor union when the boss is the government? Young Chinese workers are acting to find out.
Posts Tagged ‘syndicalism’
Tags: Andy Stern, Big Labor, California, Carl Finamore, Dan Siegel, democracy, labor, labor law, labor unions, law, National Union of Healthcare Workers, NLRB, NUHW, SEIU, self-management, Service Employees International Union, syndicalism, Tyrone Freeman, UHW, United Healthcare Workers West, US, William Alsup
Carl Finamore’s report from S.E.I.U.’s civil trial against a California break-away union.
Tags: Big Labor, California, Carl Finamore, democracy, labor, labor unions, National Union of Healthcare Workers, NUHW, SEIU, self-management, Service Employees International Union, syndicalism, UHW, United Healthcare Workers West, US
The Service Employees International Union (S.E.I.U.) have spent a “an estimated $10 million to sue 26 individuals who are former officers, organizers and staffers of S.E.I.U.’s third-largest chapter, the California-based United Healthcare Workers West (U.H.W.)”—whose board voted to break away soon after the Big Labor giant seized control.
Tags: anarchism, anarcho-capitalism, anti-Statism, Benjamin Tucker, copyleft, copyright, corporatism, David Ricardo, DMCA, economics, Georgism, Henry George, homesteading, intellectual property, IP, IWW, John Locke, Karl Marx, Kevin Carson, Kropotkin, libertarian, Libertarian Party, libertarianism, liberty, market-anarchism, Marxism, Mondragon, mutual aid, mutualism, Newspeak, politics, property rights, Proudhon, Roderick Long, syndicalism, The Isocracy Network, Walter Block, worker self-management
The Isocracy Network interviews Mr. Carson on the theory and practice of mutualism, worker self-management, anarchist thinkers and his critics.
Tags: activism, bailout, banking, Chomsky, corporatism, democracy, economy, fascism, Federal Reserve, George Bush, labor, libertarian, liberty, media, Obama, Paul Jay, strikes, syndicalism, treasuries, TRNN, unemployment, unions, US
‘Plan is recycled Bush/Paulson. We need steps towards democratization.’ (more…)
Tags: agorism, anarchism, anti-Statism, anti-trust, Austrian, bailout, banking, black market, bosses, bureaucracy, Communism, corporatism, Cuba, Detroit, economy, fascism, Federal Reserve, free market, George Bush, health care, IWW, Kevin Carson, Keynesian, labor, left, libertarian, localization, market-anarchism, minimum wage, Mises, mutualism, NAFTA, Newspeak, NLRB, Obama, organizing, price fixing, production, progressivism, protectionism, Rothbard, Soviet, syndicalism, trade, UAW, unions, US, variance, workers, WTO
Portland, OR radio show interviews anarchist activist William Gillis and historian Shawn Wilbur about market anarchism, left-libertarianism, the State’s relations with labor. (more…)