Rebel voices: an I.W.W. anthology
Joyce L. Kornbluh
University of Michigan Press, 1964 - Business & Economics - 419 pages
Members of the Industrial Workers of the World tell the story of their 20th-century labor union whose influence penetrated many areas of American society
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