Industrial Worker #1708 (September 2008)

The September 2008 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on June 4, 2016

Contents include:

-South Korea orders arrests of union leaders

-Female migrants unlikely to be paid minimum wage in the UK

-IWWs remember Utah Phillips

-Mall of America Starbucks baristas join IWW

-No heat at Ohio textile shop sparks complaint, workers win NLRB ruling

-Wild Edibles files for bankruptcy

-Ottawa IWW picket wins $2,500

-Sex workers campaign to decriminalize jobs

-Troublemaking in Edmonton for 10 years

-Rambling to Revolution: Hobohemia and the IWW

-Frank Littleā€™s grave restored

-Providence IWW rallies against police brutality

-Rail Workers United founding convention

-Dishwasher Pete wanders, entertains, rebels

-Nationalization controls Venezuelan workers

-Anti-mining union leader murdered in Guatemala