An article by Fred Thompson contesting the myth that the IWW was smashed by repression during World War I.
The late Wobbly veteran, in conversation with the late Studs Terkel, looks back on his experience in the class struggle.
A short book on IWW strikes and organizing after the unexpected modest resurgence of the union in the late 1960s.
The article looks at recent notable acts of repression by the South African state directed at protestors and strikers. Linked to this it looks at what this says about the nature of the South...
A short account of the illegal nationwide postal strikes that spread across America in 1970. After two weeks, during which time the army was called out to break the strike, workers eventually won...
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