This pamphlet is the result of research conducted by Seth Wheeler during his residency at the Mayday Rooms. The Mayday Rooms exists to archive and safeguard the ephemera and documentation of radical social movements, seeking to connect these historical materials with todays struggles. From his research, Seth has drawn a loose history of an anglo- speaking ‘Class Compostional’ tendency, whose ideas and practices, in order to provide useful tools for contemporary activists. militants.
This pamphlet contains theory, historical examples of this tendencies interventions, contemporary workplace inquiries and a series of workers bulletins representing a combatative ‘rank and file perspective’ whose history and lineage has remained partial in the domestic context.
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