Should we Abolish Work to be More Productive?

There’s an essay by an anarchist named Charles Johnson entitled Libertarianism Though Thick and Thin which discusses different complimentary features of the ideology. Should libertarians care about anti-racist struggles? Or is property rights and non-aggression the only things that matter? This is a great discussion and I encourage everyone who thinks that libertarians can’t be…

We’re #2!

So I don’t know when it happened but somehow Abolish Work has become popular enough to surpass The Abolition of Work Wikipedia Page! Now, I’m not exactly sure what dictates these sorts of things. Is it the hits? The frequency of visits? The new and improved site? I mean it can’t be the consistency of…

Antiwork – a radical shift in how we view “jobs” (By Brian Dean)

(Nick’s Notes: Re-posted from here. You can follow antiwork on their Twitter account or at their “related and more established Twitter account @NewsFrames“.) Over a decade into the 21st century, we seem as work-obsessed as ever. Is it time for a progressive reframing of work and leisure? Antiwork is a moral alternative to the obsession with…