Statement of rules by the International Working Men's Association (IWMA), or First International from 1864.
Articles by and about the International Working Men's Association (IWMA) or First International and its members.
This report originally appears in issue #57 of Venezuelan anarchist newspaper El...
A short history of the strike of 20,000 textile workers, mostly women and girls who included native and immigrant workers, which won big concessions over wages, conditions and hours for the...
Adam Ford discusses the recent elections in Europe.
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