The Rebel Worker journal

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Online archive of the journal produced by members of the Industrial Workers of the World in Chicago from 1964-66.

Submitted by Fozzie on June 11, 2024

Rebel Worker was notable for including IWW articles as well as contributions from Solidarity UK, surrealists and jazz musicians. The Rebel Worker group also collaborated with individuals who would go on to form the short-lived English Section of the Situationist International.

Seven issues were published.

Libcom also hosts a review of the Rebel Worker anthology Dancin' in the Streets, published by Charles H. Kerr in 2004 and edited by former Rebel Worker editors Franklin Rosemont and Charles Radcliffe.

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