Exhaustive list of IWW pamphlets

 Exhaustive list of IWW pamphlets

A list of IWW pamphlets from the beginning of the 20th Century up until today.

UPDATE 2/28/15: Added 50 titles.

UPDATE 8/19/14: Added 21 titles. Cleaned up some formatting. Put 'Unknown/Unclear Dates' in alphabetical order.

UPDATE 8/3/14: Added 5 titles to list. Corrected date on 1 title. Added 1 more  to the criteria.

Here's a list of IWW pamphlets. Most have links to PDFs or text, some may not be on the internet yet. Recognizing this is a work in progress, if you have information on pamphlets that aren't on this list, please let us know in the comments!

Here is the following criteria for this list:

-Must be more than 8 pages (any less and it is more a leaflet than a pamphlet)

-Must be under 100 pages (beyond that I think it can be considered a book).

-Must be put out by some official body of the IWW (or consist of material that was) or independently, by IWW members, as long as it is about, for or aimed at other IWW members or people who may be interested in the union.

-Must be directed more outward than inward (so pamphlets on how to do delegate tasks, fill out paper work or run a meeting are, for the most part, excluded).

-Must be in English (other languages should be a separate list/project)

1905

Class unionism by Eugene Debs, Published by IWW [1909 Charles H. Kerr reissue available here]

Revolutionary unionism by Eugene Debs, Published by IWW [1909 Charles H. Kerr reissue available here]

1907

Report of the IWW to the International Socialist and Labor Congress at Stuttgart, Germany, 1907 by F.W. Heslewood, Published by IWW (Chicago) [Not online]

1910

As to the IWW by James Wilson, Published by IWW (Spokane) [Not online]

1911

Industrial socialism by William Haywood and Frank Bohn, Published by Charles Kerr Co.

One Big Union by William E. Trautman, Published by Charles H. Kerr Company (1) (1st Edition)

1912

Appeal to wage workers, men and women by E.S. Nelson, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau [Not online]

Direct action and sabotage by William Trautmann, Published by? [Not online]

On the firing line: extracts from the report of the General Executive Board to the Seventh Annual Convention of the IWW, Published by the Industrial Worker

Why strikes are lost! by W.E. Trautmann, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (2)

1913

Ettor and Giovannitti before the jury at Salem, Massachusetts, November 23, 1912, Published by IWW (Chicago)

Industrial efficiency and its antidote by Tom Flynn, Published by IWW (Chicago)

Industrial unionism: the hope of the workers by W.E. Trautmann, Published by Socialist News Co.(3)

Industrial unionism: the road to freedom by Joseph J. Ettor, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

Is the IWW anti-political by Justus Ebert, Published by IWW Publicity Bureau [Not online]

The Revolutionary IWW by Grover H. Perry, Published by the IWW Publishing Bureau

The trial of a new society by Justus Ebert, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

1916

Sabotage by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

1917

Contract work: an expose of the clever tricks used by the capitalist class to make every man his own slave driver by Educational Bureau of the IWW

Crimes of capital by Gordon Cascaden, Published by IWW [Not online]

Fifty points on Industrial unionism, Published by Industrial Workers of the World, Local No. 9, Whitechapel (UK) [Not online]

The IWW: its history, structure and methods by Vincent St. John, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

The IWW trial: a socialist viewpoint by L.C. Fraina, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (Originally appeared in The Class Struggle November-December 1917) (4)

The onward sweep of machine process by Nils H. Hanson, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

1918

Gompers vs. Haywood, Published by IWW

Industry and Fraternity: address delivered at the “labor session” of the National Council of Congregational Churches, Columbus, Ohio, Sunday afternoon, October 14, 1917 by Sydney Strong, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau [Not online]

Is freedom dead? a sequel to the suppressed pamphlet, Shall freedom die by Harrison George, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau [Not online]

Justice and the IWW by Paul F. Brissenden, Published by General Defense Committee

More truth about the I.W.W. : facts in relation to the trial at Chicago by competent industrial investigators and noted economists, Published by the IWW [Republished from ACLU predecessor group, original available here]

Shall freedom die? by Harrison George, Published by IWW

The red dawn: the Bolsheviki and the IWW by Harrison George, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau

Truth about the IWW by Harold Callender, Published by IWW

1919

Lest we forget by Gordon Cascaden, Published by IWW [Not online]

One Big Union, Published by IWW (2nd Edition?)

Organization, the road to freedom, Published by Lumber Workers' Industrial Union No. 120 of the IWW [Not online]

The Advancing Proletariat by Abner Woodruff

The Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin, Published by ?

1920

A fair trial? by Frank Walklin, Published by IWW (Chicago) [Not online]

The IWW in the lumber industry by James Rowan, Published by Lumber Workers Industrial Union #500

1921

Workers Opposition in Russia by A. Kolontay, Published by the IWW

1922

An Economic Interpretation of the Job by Department of Education of Agricultural Workers Industrial Union No. 110 of the IWW

An open letter to President Harding : from 52 members of the I.W.W. in Leavenworth Penitentiary who refuse to apply for individual clemency, Published by General Defense Committee

Exposed by The Marine Transport Workers Industrial Union No. 510 of the IWW, Published by IWW

The IWW Reply to the Red Trade Union International, Published by the General Executive Board

The power of these two hands by T-Bone Slim, Published by General Construction Workers Industrial Union #310 [Not online]

1923

Coal-Mine Workers and Their Industry by the Educational Bureau of the IWW for Coal-Mine Workers' Industrial Union No. 220, IWW

Historical catechism of American unionism by Educational Bureau of the IWW, Published by Educational Bureau of the IWW

Public opinion: where does it stand on the question of amnesty for political prisoners?, Published by IWW Publicity Committee and General Defense Committee

Starving amidst too much by T-Bone Slim, Published by Foodstuff Workers' Industrial Union #460 [Not online]

The history of the IWW: a discussion of its main features by A Group of Workmen, Published by the IWW

What is the IWW preamble?, Published by Department of Education, Agricultural Workers Industrial Union No. 110, IWW (4th Edition)

1924

Building Construction: A Handbook of the Industry by Building Construction Workers' Industrial Union No. 330 of the IWW

Eight men buried alive, Published by General Defense Committee

One Big Union

The IWW as reorganized under the Emergency Program: the facts about the split, Published by IWW (Chicago) [Not online]

'To the beasts': in California as in ancient Rome, Published by California branch of General Defense Committee

1925

Giant Industry and the IWW: against the concentrated power of modern big businesses put the concentrated power of workers, Published by IWW

What is rank and file rule: is it the rule of individuals or is it rule by principles upon which the IWW is built?, Published by IWW (Chicago) [Not online]

1926

Mob violence in San Pedro: IWW statement supported by photographs, Published by IWW (San Pedro) [Not online]

1927

The bloodstained trail: a history of militant labor in the United States by Ed. Delaney and M.T. Rice, Published by the Industrial Worker [Not online]

1929

Centralia case: speeches by Elmer Smith and Capt. Edward P. Coll, Published by Centralia Publicity Committee

1930

Twenty five years of industrial unionism, Published by ?

1933

Conduct and events of the Cle Elum strike, Published by IWW (General Construction Workers Industrial Union #310) [Not online]

General construction workers: don't trust to luck, join the union, Published by IWW [Not online]

So, you're out of a job! Wake up!, Published by IWW (Chicago) [Not online]

Tecnocracy or industrial unionism by Andor Wiener, Published by Bérmunkás Editorial Board (5)

The general strike by Ralph Chaplin, Published by the IWW

1934

The IWW: a plain statement of its structures and principles, Published by IWW [Not online]

Unemployment and the machine, Published by the IWW

1937

The IWW: in theory and practice by Justus Ebert, Published by IWW (5th Revised Edition)

1965

Mods, rockers and the revolution by Franklin Rosemont, Published by IWW (Chicago)

1967

Decline and fall of the spectacular commodity economy: Watts by Guy Debord, Published by Solidarity Communications [Text available here]

1969

World labor needs a union by Fred Thompson, Published by IWW [Not online]

1972

The general strike for industrial freedom by Ralph Chaplin, Published by IWW (originally written in 1933) [Not online]

1973

The history of the San Diego free speech fight, Published by the San Diego General Membership Branch (?) [Not online]

1974

A worker's guide to direct action by IWW, Published by New England Free Press (6)

Inflation: a pamphlet about the cause, the cure, written by workers, Published by Tacoma General Membership Branch of the IWW [Not online]

1975

The IWW in Canada by G. Jewell, Published by IWW General Administration

1976

A metal worker's guide: health and safety on the job, Published by General Production Workers Organizing Committee of the IWW [Not online]

1980

Unions and racism by Shelby Shapiro, Published by IWW (British Section) [Not online]

1982

The general strike by Ralph Chaplin, Published by ? (Republished from 1933 edition)

1985

The general strike by Ralph Chaplin, Published by the IWW (Republished from 1933 edition)

1993

How to fire your boss: a worker's guide to direct action, Published by Bossbusters, a project of the Bay Area General Membership Branch of the IWW

1994

The New Radicals in the Multiversity: Volume I: Parts One & Two, Published by Worker Self-Education Foundation of the Philadelphia General Membership Branch of the IWW (Originally written in 1967, Published by Charles Kerr Co. in 1990)

2006

The union on our own terms by Alexis Buss, Published by IWW [Not online]

2007

Industrial Unionism: the history of the Industrial Workers of the World in Aotearoa & Aim, form and tactics of a workers' union on IWW lines, Published by Rebel Press (7)

Women of the Industrial Workers of the World, Published by Women's Committee of the Edmonton General Membership Branch of the IWW [Not online]

2010

How to fire your boss by Edmonton General Membership Branch of the IWW, Published by thoughtcrime ink (8)

Weakening the Dam by Twin Cities General Membership Branch of IWW, Published by Twin Cities IWW

2011

A new union vision by Arthur J. Miller, Published by Zabalaza Books (9)

Kill the bill: the power of a general strike by members of the Twin Cities, Chicago and Madison General Membership Branches of the IWW, Published by Madison General Membership Branch of the IWW

Solidarity unionism at Starbucks by Daniel Gross & Staughton Lynd, Published by PM Press

The power of working class solidarity by members of the Twin Cities, Chicago and Madison General Membership Branches of the IWW, Published by Madison General Membership Branch of the IWW

2012

Direct unionism: a discussion paper, Published by Thoughtcrimeink

Dismantling capitalism, dismantling patriarchy: an organizer's introduction to gender equality, Published by Patriarchy Resistance Committee of the Portland General Membership Branch of the IWW [Not online]

News of the Spanish Revolution: anti-authoritarian perspectives on the events, Published by Kate Sharpley Library (10)

Weakening the Dam by Twin Cities General Membership Branch of IWW, Published by Zabalaza Books

2013

No-strike clauses and the IWW by Juan Conatz, Published by The Organizer

Shell of the new world within the ashes of the old, Published by Miami General Membership Branch of the IWW

Small time unionism by Kevin S, Published by The Organizer

Towards a union of organizers and Duluth IWW editorial from 1913, Published by The Organizer

Tools of the trade,Published by Miami General Membership Branch of the IWW

Unclear/Unknown Dates

A black page of American history, Published by Centralia Publicity Committee (1920?) [Not online]

A Union For All Railroad Workers, Published by IWW (1949?)

Agriculture: the world's basic industry and its workers, Published by the Bureau of Industrial Research (1921?) [Not online]

Address of the defendant Arturo M. Giovannitti to the jury, Published by the IWW(Chicago) (1913) [Not online]

Address to railroad workers, Published by RWIU# 520 (1919?) [Not online]

Arguments for a four-hour day by Jon Bekken, Published by ? (2000?)

Blackout by Robert Calese, Published by IWW (1965?) [Not online]

California, the beautiful and damned, Published by General Defense Committee (192?) [Not online]

Chunks of wisdom, Published by IWW (New Zealand) [Not online]

Craft union experiences on the railroads and how to get immediate organization results, Published by Rail Road Workers Industrial Union #520 (1910s?) [Not online]

Craft unionism: why it fails, Published by ? (1930?) [Not online]

Crimes of the Bolsheviki: dedicated to the interests of the international proletariat by
Ernest Riebe, Published by All-American Publishing Company (1919?)

Direct action, Published by General Recruiting Union (Date Unknown) [Not online]

Dollars and steel against humanity: iron ore miners strike, Published by Solidarity Pub. Co. (1917?) [Not online]

Eleven blind leaders or "practical socialism" and "revolutionary tactics" from an IWW standpoint by B.H. Williams, Published by Solidarity Literature Bureau (1910?)

Evidence and cross examination of J.T. (Red) Doran in the case of the U.S.A. vs. Wm. D. Haywood, et al., Published by General Defense Committee (1918?) [Not online]

Evolution of American agriculture by Abner Woodruff, C.E., Published by Agricultural Workers Industrial Union No. 400 of the IWW (1919?)

From capitalism to the industrial commonwealth: epitomized by W.E. Trautmann by Eugene Debs, Published by IWW [Not online]

General construction workers, builders of America, Published by IWW (Chicago) (1922?)

Getting recognition: what it means to a union by A.M. Stirton, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1912?) [Not online]

Handbook of industrial unionism by W.E. Trautmann & A.S. Edwards, Published by IWW (1900s?)

How to overcome the high cost of living by T.F.G. Dougherty, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1910s?) [Not online]

Industrial communism - the IWW by Harold Lord Varney, Published by ? (1917?)

Industrial unionism and politics by IWW Club, Published by IWW Club (Australia) (1911?) [Not online]

Industrial unionism and the IWW by Vincent St. John, Published by the IWW Publishing Bureau (1910s?) [Not online]

Industrial unionism, real and imitation :an analysis of the Lewis program, Published by IWW (1937?) [Not online]

Joe Hill: IWW songwriter by Dean Nolan and Fred Thompson, Published by San Diego General Membership Branch in 1971 or Chicago General Membership Branch in 1972, 1974 or 1979, Reprinted by unknown in 1996

Justice and the IWW by Paul F. Brissenden, Published by General Defense Committee of the IWW (1910s?)

Lessons in economics by C.H. Chapman, Published by ? (1920s?) [Not online]

Medieval California, Land of Orange Groves and Jails, Published by General Defense Committee (1923?) [Not online]

More Power to You, Published by Los Angeles General Membership of the I.W.W. Reorganization Movement (Late 1920s?) [Not online]

One Big Union in the textile industry by Ewald Koettgen, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (?), (1920s?) [Not online]

One Big Union, Published by Zabalaza Books (Early 2000s?)

Open letter to Mssrs. Nelson and Hill of Humboldt County, California by Tom Doyle, Published by IWW (1923?)

Opportunity of the General Construction Workers, Published by General Construction Workers Industrial Union # 310 (Date unknown) [Not online]

Organizing 'Wall to Wall': The Independent Union of All Workers by Peter Rachleff, Published by the Chicago General Membership Branch of the IWW (Early 2000s?) [Not online]

Patriotism and the worker by Gustave Hervé, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1912?)

Philadelphia controversy: being a complete and detailed statement of all that has occurred by E.F. Doree & Walter T. Neff, Published by Philadelphia branch of the Marine Transport Workers' Industrial Union No. 510 (1920s?) [Not online]

Proletarian and petit-bourgeois by Austin Lewis, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1917?)

Revolution and the IWW by Frank Chester Pease, Published by Industrial Workers of the World - Australian Administration (1910s?) [Not online]

Revolutionary class union by J.P. Thompson, Published by IWW (Chicago) (1910s?) [Not online]

Sabotage: its history, philosophy and function by Walker C. Smith, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1917?)

Shopfloor struggles of American workers, from a talk by Martin Glaberman, Published by Philadelphia General Membership Branch of the IWW (1990s?) [Not online]

So, you're out of a job!, Published by Zabalaza Books (Early 2000s?) (Originally written in 1933)

Story of the Sea: Marine Transport Workers' Handbook, Published by IWW (Chicago) (1922?) [Not online]

Strikes: methods, tactics and suggestions, Published by CWIU #310 (Date Unknown) [Not online]

Testimony of William D. Haywood before the Industrial Relations Commission, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1910s?)

The ABC's of revolutionary unionism, Published by ? (1980s?)

The A.F. Of L. and industrial unionism, an analysis of Raymond Moley's criticism of craft unions, by an industrial unionist, Published by GRU (1930s) [Not online]

The case for the six-hour day by A.E. Brown, Published by IWW (Sydney, Australia) (1910s?) [Not online]

The evolution of industrial democracy by Abner E. Woodruff, Published by General Defense Committee (?) (1910s)

The farm laborer and the city worker by Edward McDonald, Published by IWW Publishing Bureau (1910s?) [Not online]

The first Congress of the Red Trade Union International at Moscow, 1921 : a report of the proceedings by G. Williams, Published by members of the PPW IU No. 450 of the IWW (Second Revised Edition) (192?)

The General Strike by Ralph Chaplin, Published by Zabalaza Books (Early 2000s?)

The General Strike by William Haywood, Published by ? (1911?)

The immediate demands of the IWW, Published by IWW (1922?)

The IWW: what it is and what it is not, Published by the IWW (1928?)

The lumber industry and its workers by James Kennedy, Published by the IWW, Third Edition (1921?)

The making of an organizer: a history and analysis of the Chicago Couriers Union 2003-2006 by Andrea Murphy, Published by ? (Late 2000s?)

The royal road to emancipation: all wage slaves may start now by E.L. Pratt, Published by IWW (UK) (1920s?)

The shame that is Kentucky's! The story of the Harlan mine war, Published by General Defense Committee (1930s?) [Not online]

The silent defenders, courts and capitalism in California by Harvey Duff, Published by the IWW (1919-1920?)

The silent defense: a story of the remarkable trial of members of the Industrial Workers of the World, held at Sacramento, California, Published by IWW (Chicago) (1919?) [Not online]

The startling story of the Minnesota Miners' strike on the Mesabi Range, 1916, Published by Minnesota Iron Range Strikers' Defense Committee (1916?) [Not online]

The Wobblies: tactics and vision for a new workers movement, Published by IWW (Early 1990s) [Not online]

That “victory” of the coal miners, analyzed by the IWW, Published by IWW (Chicago) (1923?) [Not online]

These are the facts: the truth about the attempted mob outrage in Centralia, on Armistice Day, 1919., Published by General Defense Committee (1920?)

Think it over: an introduction to the Industrial Workers of the World by Tim Acott, Published by Eberhardt Press (2010s?)

Tom Barker and the IWW by E.C. Fry, Published by Brisbane General Membership Branch of the IWW (?), (1999?) [Not online]

Two kinds of unionism by Edward Hammond, Published by IWW Publicity Bureau (1910s?) [Not online]

Uncle Sam: jailer by Winthrop Lane, Published by IWW (1919?) [Republished from ACLU predecessor group, original available here]

Union scabs and others by Oscar Ameringer, Published by IWW Publicity Bureau and/or IWW Publishing Bureau (1900s?) [Not online]

What about the woman who works?, Published by the IWW (1922?) [Not online]

What the IWW offers you, Published by Vancouver General Membership Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (1987?) [Not online]

Will you have war or peace? A plain question to modern capitalist society by William Thurston Brown, Published by IWW Press (1910s?) [Not online]

Who do you call when you don’t have a Labor Union?: an introduction to the Industrial Workers of the World, Published by ? (Late 1990s?)

Why building workers must organize in the One Big Union! by Peo Monoldi, Published by Building Construction Workers' Industrial Union No. 330 of the IWW (1928?)

Why join 300?, Published by? (Late 1910s?) [Not online]

You've asked the questions we're proud to answer about the IWW, Published by Seattle Joint Branches of Industrial Workers of the World (1950s?) [Not online]

Stuff That Falls Outside My Criteria, But Interesting

Colored workers of America: why you should join the IWW, Published by IWW (1919?)

History of "400": AWO, the One Big Union idea in action by E.Workman, One Big Union Club (1939)

Industrial autocracy by Mary E. Marcy, Published by Charles H. Kerr (1919)

Justice for the Negro, how can he get it, Published by IWW (1919)

Shop talks on economics by Mary E. Marcy, Published by Charles H. Kerr (1911)

The workers and peasants of Russia and Ukraine: how do they live? by Augustine Souchy, Published by Educational Bureau of the IWW (1922)

Footnotes

(1) - The Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company was started by Charles H. Kerr as a publishing house for Unitarian literature. After some years he and his wife moved to the radical left and began to put out books, pamphlets and magazines that were written by or supportive of the 'left-wing' of the Socialist Party and the IWW. Still existing today, they distribute such excellent  books such as Henry E. McGuckin's Memoirs of  a Wobbly, Staughton Lynd's Solidarity Unionism and Martin Glaberman's Punching Out, among many others.

(2) - Not a lot of information exists on the IWW Publishing Bureau, but it seemed to have been an unofficial grouping of the union based in Cleveland that published a variety of leaflets and pamphlets, as well as (apparently) the Solidarity newspaper. At some time it may have been moved to Chicago and made an official part of the union.

(3) - Socialist News Co. seemed to have been run by a group of 'left-wing' Socialist Party members from Pittsburgh that advocated direct action and industrial unionism. Check out: Mark Hudson, "The Pittsburgh Reds, 1911-1914: Revolutionary Socialists in Allegheny County", Against the Current (July-August 1999)

(4) - The Class Struggle was a Marxist magazine published from 1917 until 1919, and reflected the outlook of the 'left-wing' of the Socialist Party and eventually, the Communist Labor Party, a split that was one of the predecessor groups of the modern day Communist Party USA.

(5)Bérmunkás was the IWW's Hungarian-language newspaper published from 1913-1953.

(6) - New England Free Press was a publishing collective that printed radical pamphlets from 1967-1981.

(7) - Rebel Press is "a small anarchist publishing collective" based out of New Zealand that has been operating since 2006.

(8) - Run by a collective of anarchist Wobblies in Edmonton, thoughtcrime ink produces a variety of pamphlets, books, t-shirts and buttons.

(9) - Zabalaza Books is an anarchist publishing project operating out of South Africa.

(10) - The Kate Sharpley Library is a publishing group from the UK that since the early 1990s has existed "to preserve and promote anarchist history".

Comments

Juan Conatz
Aug 3 2014 19:54

I locked the forum thread I started on this, so I'll just repost the relevent comments

From Jura

Quote:

BTW, is there an archive of old IWW literature translated into other languages?

I know I once saw a reference to something – probably the preamble or the full constitution – translated into Slovak or Czech and published by migrants somewhere in the US (could have been Chicago, but I'm not sure) in the old times. I'd love to locate it and scan it.

From me

Quote:
Jura, I didn't look at other languages, although I know there was stuff out there. There were both Finnish and Hungarian publications into the 1970s, and in the 1910s-1920s there were publications in amlost every European language that exists, it seems. It would be a worthwhile project, not sure I have the time to do it in the near future, but one that I'd be interested in!
OliverTwister
Aug 4 2014 03:44

Jura Books in Australia at some time printed a large pamphlet called 'Debated on the Platform" that was primarily G P Maximov's commentary on Makhno and Malatesta's debates, which was originally printed in the Russian language IWW paper.

Juan Conatz
Aug 4 2014 04:07

Hmm. I pretty much am limiting myself to English language stuff, because that's a big enough task in itself. Do you have sources on it originally appearing in a Russian language paper?

Entdinglichung
Aug 4 2014 08:28

a few German-language IWW pamphlets:

- Die To­des­kri­se des ka­pi­ta­lis­ti­schen Sys­tems und die Auf­ga­ben des Pro­le­ta­ri­ats (deutsch­spra­chi­ge IWW-​Bro­schü­re aus dem Jahr 1933) [PDF]

- Die IWW – Ihre Ge­schich­te, Ihre Struk­tur, ihre Me­tho­de von Vin­cent St. John (1917) [PDF]

- Aus­tin Lewis: Das mi­li­tan­te Pro­le­ta­ri­at, Chi­ca­go 1911. [PDF]

OliverTwister
Aug 6 2014 02:05
Juan Conatz wrote:
Hmm. I pretty much am limiting myself to English language stuff, because that's a big enough task in itself. Do you have sources on it originally appearing in a Russian language paper?

Turns out its on Libcom. https://libcom.org/library/constructive-anarchism-debate-platform-g-p-maksimov

The introduction sources it to Golos Truzhenika, edited by Maximov.

syndicalist
Aug 6 2014 21:41
Entdinglichung wrote:
- Aus­tin Lewis: Das mi­li­tan­te Pro­le­ta­ri­at, Chi­ca­go 1911. [PDF]

If this is the book I'm thinking of, it was published by Charles Kerr Publishing. I believe I have an original of this (in english)

Entdinglichung
Aug 7 2014 09:04
syndicalist wrote:
Entdinglichung wrote:
- Aus­tin Lewis: Das mi­li­tan­te Pro­le­ta­ri­at, Chi­ca­go 1911. [PDF]

If this is the book I'm thinking of, it was published by Charles Kerr Publishing. I believe I have an original of this (in english)

it is

Karetelnik
Aug 30 2014 23:14

Shop Talks on Economics by Mary E. Marcy was originally published by Charles H. Kerr in 1911, but the IWW published its own edition, probably in 1922, after Marcy joined the IWW in 1918. Two million copies of this 60-page pamphlet were sold, in various languages!

ozonekid
Feb 10 2016 06:26

I have a pamphlet by Arthur J. Miller, published by the Tacoma IWW group, no date, but looks like early 2000s, entitled Principles of Labor Solidarity. 8 pages.
I have another pamphlet made from notes by a talk from Martin Glaberman, published by Philadelphia GMB of the IWW, no date, entitled Shopfloor Struggles of American Workers. 8 pages.
I have another pamphlet by Gilbert Mers, published by the IWW Working People's Library, a joint effort of the Industrial Transportation Project and Bayou La Rose, a working class publication put out largely by FW Arthur J. Miller, but ceased publication some years ago. This is a substantial pamphlet of 38 pages, may have been scanned for reprinting, no date. FW Mers was an old Wobbly when FW Arthur J. Miller was a young one, and the writing is true to the tradition of the worker intellectual.

OliverTwister
Feb 11 2016 13:35

Radical Works for Rebel Workers is a hand-picked collection of contemporary writing and imagery from a diverse crowd for the annual Working Writers Contest of the IWW. This Bilingual booklet features 10 contemporary works dealing with sexism, organizing, labor history and how to be a lifelong wobbly. Get two, and remember: IWW literature is better shared with a fellow worker! Featuring works by: -Luz Sierra -Brandon Oliver -Tuck - Monica Kostas - Graeme Myers - John O'Reilly - Norma Raymond - James Mally - Nicholas Nappalos

syndicalist
Feb 12 2016 20:23
OliverTwister wrote:

Radical Works for Rebel Workers is a hand-picked collection of contemporary writing and imagery from a diverse crowd for the annual Working Writers Contest of the IWW. This Bilingual booklet features 10 contemporary works dealing with sexism, organizing, labor history and how to be a lifelong wobbly. Get two, and remember: IWW literature is better shared with a fellow worker! Featuring works by: -Luz Sierra -Brandon Oliver -Tuck - Monica Kostas - Graeme Myers - John O'Reilly - Norma Raymond - James Mally - Nicholas Nappalos

Looks interesting. When I have a few bucks, I'll buy it