The Wobblies: The Story of Syndicalism in the United States

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Doubleday & Company (Anchor), 1967 - Labor movement - 312 pages
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The trouble with unions is disunity, factional infighting, and there is plenty of that in this book. Eventually the syndicalists prevail. What exactly was a syndicalist? It isn’t clear from this book ... Read full review

The Wobblies: The Story of Iww and Syndicalism in the United States

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Though LJ's reviewer found that this volume broke little new ground, it was thought to be a "valuable story of the IWW" (LJ 6/15/67). Renshaw details the formation of the International Workers of the ... Read full review

Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
11
The Birth of a Militant Union
45
Goldfield McKees Rocks and Free Speech
105
Copyright

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