How to Fire Your Boss
A pocket-sized workers guide to direct action.
A Workers Guide to Direct Action
Courtesy of Edmonton IWW
Printed by Black Cat Press
A concise breakdown of the most useful forms of direct action in the workplace to take back what’s ours.
“The indignity of working-for-a-living is well-known to anyone who ever has. Democracy, the great principle on which American society is supposedly founded, is thrown out the window as soon as we punch the time clock at work. With no say over what we produce, or how that production is organized, and with only a small portion of that product’s value finding its way into our paychecks, we have every right to be pissed off at our bosses.
“Ultimately, of course, we need to create a society in which working people make all the decisions about the production and distribution of goods and services. Harmful or useless industries, such as arms and chemical manufacturing, or the banking and insurance scams, would be eliminated. The real essentials, like food, shelter, and clothing, could be produced by everyone working just a few hours each week.
“In the meantime, however, we need to develop strategies that both prefigure this utopia AND counteract the day to day drudgery of contemporary wageslavery.…”
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