Abolish Restaurants – active edition

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A worker’s critique of the food service industry – how it’s set up, what it’s like to work there, why we would be better off without them.


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Abolish Restaurants is an illustrated guide to the daily misery, stress, boredom, and alienation of restaurant work, as well as the ways in which restaurant workers fight against it.
Today it’s hard to imagine a world without restaurants. The conditions that create restaurants are everywhere and seem almost natural. We have trouble even thinking how people could feed each other in any other way (besides going to the grocery store of course). But restaurants as much as parliamentary democracy, the state, nationalism, or professional police are an invention of the modern capitalist world.
Book details:
ISBN: n/a
Format: a5 pamphlet
Pages: 60
Publisher: Active Distribution
Author: Prole
Publication date: 2017, this £1 active edition
Weight 72 g