On May 4, 1926 a general strike began in Britain. But after nine inspiring days, the strike was betrayed by the trade union leaders, who were given a left cover by the Stalinists.
On October 11, the French government decided to use state powers to “requisition” several oil depots where workers had been on strike since September 27. This has led to a call for a day of […]
Efforts to suppress the protest movement in Iran have only further agitated the masses. Most importantly, a series of strikes have started in the oil and petrochemical sector.
The brutal killing of Jîna Emînî by the Iranian “Morality Police” ignited a militant mass movement across Kurdistan. The only way forward is a revolutionary mass struggle using working-class methods.
May 1, 2006 was perhaps the closest the US has ever come to a general strike. As May Day approaches, it is critical that we relearn the lessons of that struggle.
British workers struck in solidarity with the Russian Revolution in 1920. In this article, we explain the revolutionary potential displayed in those events, the errors of their leadership, and the lessons of these experiences for […]
Strikes are taking place throughout French imperialism’s overseas territories. The IMT declares our solidarity with mobilizing workers!
The call for a general strike by a small group of online activists has received a healthy echo on social media. This is symptomatic of the growing class consciousness among American workers and youth.