Industrial Worker (Spring 2017)

The Spring 2017 (#1779, Vol. 114, No. 2) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on August 18, 2017

Contents include

-Caboose to house Bruce "Utah" Phillips library by Ron Kaminkow

-Industrial Workers of the World returns to San Diego by Marie Ida Johnson and Preston Chipps

-May Day mass action will be historic 'strike from below' by Sue Sturgis (Originally appeared in

-LUCI: LA Union Cooperative Initiative by Jacqueline Garcia (Originally appeared in Spanish in La Opinión)

-Unions & Cooperatives: allies in the struggle to build democratic workplaces by Lisabeth L. Ryder (Originally appeared in Grassroots Economic Organizing)

-To escape Trump's America, we need to bring the militant labor tactics of 1946 by Brandon S

-Coat-hanger direct action by Andrew Miller

-Momentum builds for May Day strikes by Jonathan Rosenblum (Originally appeared in Labor Notes)

-The cooperative Manifesto by John Paul Wright

-Marx on the Silver Screen by Bruno Leipold (Originally appeared in Jacobin)

-The big difference between organizing and mobilizing: how unions can win the future (Originally appeared on Alternet)

-What about unwaged labor? by Kristin K and Jessica Smith

-Berta Caceres, Elvia Alvarado, and the Honduran struggle by Raymond S. Soloman

-International news roundup by John Kalwaic