Tuesday, May 04, 2010

The American Workers' Solidarity Alliance is an anarcho-syndicalist group that has existed since the early 1980s. They are pleased to launch an online version of their magazine 'Ideas and Action'. Here's the promo. Well worth taking a look.
W.S.A. Launches on-line ideas & action Journal
Workers Solidarity Alliance Press Release - May 1st 2010
We are proud to announce the launch of our online version of ideas & action, the journal of Workers Solidarity Alliance (W.S.A.)

It is our desire to make ideas & action a vibrant forum for insight and analysis from a class struggle anarchist point of view. Since we all learn from each other’s arguments and experiences, we hope ideas & action will contribute to raising the understanding of the movement as a whole and aid in developing a collective approach towards the struggles of our class. We invite broad participation in the project. The journal will publish original articles in clear and accessible language tackling basic issues, such as the struggles of social and economic classes, how to organize, strategies for social change, the nature of the state, advocacy for self-managed solidarity unionism, for workers self-management and libertarian socialism as an objective, the nature of structural racism and gender inequality, socialized health care and other basic working class issues.

Our History

Ideas & Action was created in July, 1981 as an independent anarcho-syndicalist semi-annual print magazine. After Workers Solidarity Alliance was founded in November, 1984, ideas & action became the magazine of WSA (with issue #5), and continuing through the publication of issue #17 in 1997.

Who We Are

Ideas & Action is the publication of Workers Solidarity Alliance, an anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian organization of activists who believe that working people can build a new society and a better world based on the principles of solidarity and self-management. For a much more in depth look at our politics and ideas, please read Where We Stand.

We can be found at http://ideasandaction.info/

Please contact us at info(at)workersolidarity.org .

We welcome unsolicited submissions. Please review our Editorial Policy before submitting.

Workers Solidarity Alliance
May Day 2010

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