Juan Conatz

Industrial Worker (Summer 2016)

The Summer 2016 (#1777, Vol. 113, No. 3) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

A popular front of the right?

Rather than being purely fascist or a mysterious contradictory collection of personalities, the Trump Administration can be best seen as a popular front reflecting and representing most of the American right-wing, argues Juan Conatz.

"I barely survived on Chicago-Lake Liquors wages": an account of a campaign

An account by Juan Conatz of an Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) campaign at a liquor store in Minneapolis during the first half of 2013.

Paperboy of the 1990s - Juan Conatz

A brief indulgence in 1990s nostalgia by Juan Conatz, centering on his first job.

A review of Left of the left: my memories of Sam Dolgoff by Anatole Dolgoff

A short review by Juan Conatz of Anatole Dolgoff's Left of the left: my memories of Sam Dolgoff.

Some notable (IMO) additions to the libcom.org library in May 2016

A homemade scanning solution I came up with

An overview of some of the material Juan Conatz contributed to the libcom.org library during May 2016.

From here to there: how I became a Wobbly - Juan Conatz

A short account by Juan Conatz detailing how he became involved in the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Uncovering the little-known life of Frank Little

A review by Juan Conatz of Always on Strike: Frank Little and the Western Wobblies.

Durruti was a revolutionary unionist (and don't you forget it!)

Durruti wasn’t about reformist unionism, comrade..

A response by Juan Conatz to a blog that criticizes the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

From Wisconsin to Baltimore: which lessons learned? - Juan Conatz

The Wisconsin uprising of 2011 provides valuable lessons for the Black Lives Matter movement across the US, especially about the directions not to take.