Industrial Workers of the World
670 __ |a LeWarne, C.P. Washington State, 1986 |b (Industrial Workers of the World; the Industrial Workers of the World, or Wobblies, started in Chicago in 1905 by working groups, Socialists, and other radicals; Wobblies wanted to join all American workers into one big union; mill owners tried to prevent the IWW from organizing their employees) 670 __ |a LC manual auth. cd. |b (hdg.: Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance; in 1895 De Leon led a seceding faction from the Knights of Labor and founded the Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance; at Chicago in 1905, De Leon took part in the formation of the IWW, the Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance being immediately merged with it)
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Pamphlet consists of seven legal-sized sheets stapled together at upper left. Front cover lists cases of anarchists killed in Mexico City and (suspected) in San Francisco, with others hassled by police or governmental agencies. "Las Tres de San Diego," a trio of Chicano IWW members arrested in 1971 is included. Remaining six pages are general history of the suppression of anarchists.