Industrial Worker #1710 (November 2008)

The November 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:

-Wal-Mart closes second union store in Québec

-Crisis a product of capitalism

-Letter: Venezuela is not the Soviet Union

-Couriers aim to organize across North America

-Sheffield IWW barman fights for job with another day of action Nov. 8

-Seattle Solidarity wins back wages

-N. Carolina truck drivers build community support

-Social workers need job control

-Wild Edibles uses fronts to avoid boycott

-MetroLink rail crash makes safety reform a must

-CN Rail workers dump UTU for Teamsters

-We are the RNC8: open letter

-Union leadership: the ability to move people

-Mentally ill workers an ‘indicator species’ for fairness on the job

-The IWW: Literature Review 2008

-Pakistani women need rights respected every day

-ISC delegation to Haiti appeal for donations to help recovery

-Zimbabwe unions condemn opposition deal with Mugabe

-Spanish CGT protests union-busting