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Betrayal at Caterpillar - Bulletin Readers Series 1
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This pamphlet contains a collection of statements by the Workers League on the 1992 betrayal by the United Auto Workers of the strike against heavy equipment maker Caterpillar. (Bulletin Reader Series pamphlet) Learn More
Cancer and Industrial Pollution
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Report of the findings of the Workers Inquiry into the Wollongong, Australia Leukemia and cancer crisis. (Bulletin Reader Series pamphlet) Learn More
The Case of Roger Cawthra: Anatomy of a Labor Frame-Up
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Roger Cawthra was one of 9,000 bus drivers, mechanics and baggage handlers who went on strike against Greyhound in March 1990. One week into the strike, Cawthra was framed up on bogus charges of firing shots at a scab bus. Learn More
Death on the Picket Line: The Story of John McCoy (Perfect Bound)
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Published in 1990, this 68-page illustrated, perfect-bound pamphlet provides valuable background on the historic struggles of coal miners in the United States. Learn More
French Workers in Revolt: A New Stage in the Class Struggle, November-December 1995
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On-the-spot report of the strike wave that swept France in November- December 1995 against the attacks on social programs and pensions by the right-wing government of Prime Minister Alain Juppé. Learn More
Human BSE: Anatomy of a Health Disaster
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This book contains the record of the Workers Inquiry into the health crisis caused by BSE/CJD, ("mad cow" disease) convened by the Socialist Equality Party of Britain in May 1997. Learn More
Hurricane Katrina: Social Consequences and Political Lessons
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On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina devastated the American city of New Orleans and other cities and towns along the Gulf of Mexico. Far from being an “act of God,” the destruction wrought by the storm had its origins in the disregard for human life by the capitalist system, which condemned thousands to death, disease and years of homelessness. The articles gathered in this pamphlet examine the sociological roots of this disaster. Learn More
Industrial Inferno: The Story of the Thai Toy Factory Fire
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This is an extraordinary account of the worst factory fire in history - the 1993 blaze at the Kader Industrial Toy Company outside Bangkok, Thailand. One hundred and eighty-eight people - 174 women and 14 men - perished in the fire. Kader workers earned less than $1 an hour making toys for such corporate giants as Toys 'R Us, Hasbro and Tyco. Those who died were trapped in a building with no fire extinguishers or alarms and no fire escape; management had locked the exits. Learn More
Los Angeles: The Class Issues - Bulletin Readers Series 2
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This pamphlet contains a collection of statements by the Workers League on the 1991 police beating of Rodney King in Los Angeles which sparked widespread rioting in many U.S. cities. (Bulletin Reader Series pamphlet) Learn More
Marxism and the Trade Unions
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In In this lecture, originally presented on January 10, 1998, David North, chairman of the international editorial board of the World Socialist Web Site, reviews the history of the relationship between the socialist movement internationally and the trade unions. He traces the protracted process of degeneration that has transformed the unions into organizations utterly hostile to the working class.

North refutes modern pseudo-lefts who continue to champion the trade unions as “mass working class organizations.” He stresses the necessity for the working class to build new forms of organization, indepenent of and in opposition to the unions. Learn More
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