Author: Camille Münzer

Covid-19 and the World “After”: When the Exception Becomes the Norm

As Covid-19 rages, the capitalists are increasing exploitation. But what about after the pandemic? The challenge for the working class is to reject the bourgeoisie’s “new normal” — and instead transform today’s uprising into a fight for a new social order.

Workers’ Control: From the Experience of the French Miners’ Delegates to the COVID-19 Crisis

Miners in 19th century France formed committees in order to monitor working conditions and fight for safety regulations. As many workers across the world today continue to work in the midst of the pandemic, many of them risking exposure in unsafe and unsanitary conditions, the example of these “miners’ delegates” is an invaluable illustration of the power of workers’ control to fight for better conditions.

Covid-19 and the World “After”: When the Exception Becomes the Norm

As Covid-19 rages, the capitalists are increasing exploitation. But what about after the pandemic? The challenge for the working class is to reject the bourgeoisie’s “new normal” — and instead transform today’s uprising into a fight for a new social order.

Workers’ Control: From the Experience of the French Miners’ Delegates to the COVID-19 Crisis

Miners in 19th century France formed committees in order to monitor working conditions and fight for safety regulations. As many workers across the world today continue to work in the midst of the pandemic, many of them risking exposure in unsafe and unsanitary conditions, the example of these “miners’ delegates” is an invaluable illustration of the power of workers’ control to fight for better conditions.