Industrial Worker #1689 (November 2006)

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

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 5, 2014

Contents include:

- Talkin' union by Nick Driedger

- International support for Starbucks workers

- Garment strike closes Bangladeshi sweatshops

- Readers' soapboxes

- Farewell, Fellow Worker: Joe Glazer

- Chicago couriers fight NICA contractor scam

- East End workers still union

- Portland Industrial District Council anniversary bash

- German Language Area ROC

- Work Peoples College

- NLRB ruling will strip thousands of union rights

- Detroit news strike legal battles end

- Northwest Airlines mechanics surrender

- William E. Trautmann: New Zealand Wobbly by Mark Derby & Jay Miller

- The IWW in the history books

- Western Federation of Miners landmark at risk by Richard Myers

- The IWW is the class act by Gary Cox

- Solidarity forces Harvard to rehire janitor who fainted on the job by Mark R. Wolff

- Human rights baseball by Bret Grote, Clark Clagett and Kenneth Miller

- Book review: The enemy of nature by Joel Kovel

- World labor solidarity

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