IWW & Radical Unionism
These links are not in any special order. They're here because they may be interesting to people who are interested in the I. W. W., not necessarily because I like what they have to say.
- The Industrial Workers of the World The official site.
- I. W. W. Pamphlets in the M. S. U. American Radicalism Collection (digital images). Scans (very slow) and electronic texts.
- ONE BIG UNION I. W. W. Publications from the University of Arizona's site on the Bisbee Deportation of 1917.
- The Centralia Massacre and The Everett Massacre, from the University of Washington Labor & Industry Collections.
- Mr. Block Cartoons Fiske v. Kansas (1927) The U. S. Supreme Court reverses FW Fiske's conviction under the Kansas Criminal Syndicalism law.
- Joe Hill Homepage (for the recent PBS documentary)
- Unfair Advantage Human Rights Watch report on American labor law regime as a violation of human rights
- IWW in the Seattle General Strike IWW in Washington State Industrial Pioneer, June 1921: Thirteenth IWW Convention, Part 1
- Rebels of the Woods: the I. W. W. in the Pacific Northwest by Robert L. Tyler. Full-length book on line.
- The Hairy Ape by Eugene O'Neill (1921), scene VII, wherein our hero, believing what the papers say about the I. W. W. (in Scene VI), tries to get "Local 57" to blow up a factory and is turned out on his ear.
- IWW Bibliography Beautiful Losers: The Historiography of the Industrial Workers of the World, by Bob Black
- Biography of Big Bill Haywood from FW Dana Ward's invaluable Anarchist Archives, with links to bibliography, selected works, commentary, and pictures.
- Elizabeth Gurley Flynn - "Memories of the Industrial Workers of the World" (1962 speech with Q&A)
- In the Shadow of the I. W. W. by William LeFevre, Reuther Library
- Michael D. Yates: "An Essay on Radical Labor Education"
- Collective Action Notes
- Workers' Power
- Workers Solidarity Alliance
- A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict (PBS documentary homepage)
- Gangbox Construction Workers' Site Run by a Progressive Workers Party member who also runs the useful Gangbox labor news service. He's a pretty doctrinaire commie, though.
- Labor Notes Homepage
- Several pages by Takver:
- How Labour Governs: A Study of Workers' Representation in Australia, by Vere Gordon Childe (1923)
Page prepared by Jim Crutchfield
Last updated 18 December 2003.