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Wheatpaste Redux !

                        —————————————— We hooligans have been hittin the streets the last few days plastering these (and a few others) around town. The Anti – Police Poster can be found … Continue reading

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A General Strike.. in my Country? 5 Myths of the May Day “General Strike”.

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“Let’s Break Their Haughty Power” Volume 2 is out!

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A chat with our friends at the Portland Solidarity Network…

As more and more of the population are subsumed to precarious and casualized work positions new forms of organizations are arising to reverse the one sided class oppression of tenants and employers. Such groups are solidarity networks. The tactic of … Continue reading

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Cascadia Allies!

Want to get involved? Want to know more about the group? We are looking for writers and artists to contribute to our project for deepening International Class Struggle along Libertarian Communist terms. Shoot us an email: autonomousworkersgroup@gmail.com

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Reportback from the “End the Camping Ban” Rally and March

First, A quick run-down in the “tactical” developments within Occupy. Certainly the post – eviction period of Occupy changed the political climate towards a more radical perception of the Police as fundamentally agents against the Working Class in the interests … Continue reading

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Beneath the Pavement

Detailing the Historical Struggle of the Commons, and its relevancy in the light of the Occupy Wall St. Movement The struggle over public space has been a long one.  On the one hand, there are the forces of control.  There … Continue reading

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