Industrial Worker #1718 (August/September 2009)

The August/September 2009 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on June 5, 2016

Contents include:

-Korean Motor Workers Under Police Seige by Loren Goldner

-False Advertising? MPG Lays Off Workers While Profits Grow by Diane Krauthamer

-French Auto Workers To Blow Up Factory? By “Auto,”

-Starbucks Workers Union Expands To Canada

-Oil: Dirtier Than A Can Of Worms? You Bet! by David Patrick

-Work Is The Only Power We Own by Gregg Shotwell

-Our Own Festival: A Wobbly Reports On His Recent Visit To Paris By Mischa Lebevre

-Scoop New York: One-Stop Shopping—For Labor Violations by Diane Krauthamer

-The Wheels Of Injustice Continue To Turn Against Immigrants by Rio Grand Valley IWW

-Trespassing Charges Against Denis Rancourt Dropped by Peter Moore

-London Workers Shut Down Underground for 48 Hours by Tom Levy

-High Stakes for Honduras by Ben Dangl

-How Sweatshop Bosses Are Responding

-Review: Capitalism and the Transformation of Africa: Reports from Equatorial Guinea by Mary Alice-Water and Martin Koppel

-Review: The Reader

-Korean Police Fail To Break Ssangyong Factory Occupation from

-Safe Haven Tent Community Under Attack By Neil Parthun

-Canadian IWWs Move To Form Regional Organizing Committee by Peter Moore

-Cadillac Fairview “Could Not Sink Any Lower”

-CNT-PTT Regains Its Rights In France by John Kalwaic