Industrial Worker #1689 (November 2006)

Industrial Worker #1689 (November 2006)

The November 2006 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

- Talkin' union by Nick Driedger

- International support for Starbucks workers

- Garment strike closes Bangladeshi sweatshops

- Readers' soapboxes

- Farewell, Fellow Worker: Joe Glazer

- Chicago couriers fight NICA contractor scam

- East End workers still union

- Portland Industrial District Council anniversary bash

- German Language Area ROC

- Work Peoples College

- NLRB ruling will strip thousands of union rights

- Detroit news strike legal battles end

- Northwest Airlines mechanics surrender

- William E. Trautmann: New Zealand Wobbly by Mark Derby & Jay Miller

- The IWW in the history books

- Western Federation of Miners landmark at risk by Richard Myers

- The IWW is the class act by Gary Cox

- Solidarity forces Harvard to rehire janitor who fainted on the job by Mark R. Wolff

- Human rights baseball by Bret Grote, Clark Clagett and Kenneth Miller

- Book review: The enemy of nature by Joel Kovel

- World labor solidarity

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