Unions Against Revolution

G. Munis, Black and Red
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Unions Against Revolution is a translation of a work by G. Munis, written in 1960 and reprinted in France after the events of May 1968.

These are antiauthoritarian pieces on the anti-radical, anti-democratic nature of unions, as they function primarily to deliver an obsequious and obedient working class to their capitalist masters. Much on wildcats, similarities between communist & capitalist unions in Russia and the US, etc.

"A concise and devastating analysis of the irredeemably reactionary character of labor unions in the 20th century."

Author :
G. Munis
Publisher :
Black and Red