Industrial Worker #1687 (September 2006)

Industrial Worker #1687 (September 2006)

The September 2006 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

- The general strike by Staughton Lynd

- Starbucks fires 3 IWWs for union organizing

- 8 million U.S. workers may lose union rights

- Readers' soapbox

- Workers celebrate solidarity in Durham and Dorset by Peter Moore

- The IWW and the "Other Campaign" by Patricia Nuno

- War, Wobs and the web by Eric Lee

- Unions condemn bombing

- Sweatshop all stars picket Cooperstown by Sourdough Slim

- Yuengling brewery workers attacked by Walt Weber

- East End Co-op bosses refuse to recognize IWW

- Midwest Wobfest

- The Coors strike looked like a class act by Gary Cox

- Call for international support against Starbucks' union-busting

- The most dangerous song in the world: a rewrite by Len Wallace

- Book review: Solidarity for sale: how corruption destroyed the labor movement and undermined America's promise by Robert Fitch

- 1,400 Mexican strikers fired by David Bacon

- World labor solidarity

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