Industrial Worker #1688 (October 2006)

Industrial Worker #1688 (October 2006)

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

Contents include:

- Northwest flight attendants strike barred by Joshua Devries

- Starbucks workers joining IWW in global fight for labor rights

- Making work safer with direct action by Daniel Gross & Joe Tessone

- Readers' soapbox

- Farewell, Fellow Worker: Steve Lindenmeyer

- Farewell, Fellow Worker: Jenny (Lahti) Velsek

- East End Food Co-op workers lose close NLRB election

- Organizing today for the One Big Union tomorrow by Dean Dempsey

- Boston GMB marches to end firing of Harvard custodian by Mark Wolff

- The storms that a resolution can cause: Istael, unions & democratic debate by Marc B. Young

- Skypecasts: great new tool for union meetings online by Eric Lee

- Bradford IWWs stand up for fired Starbucks unionists by Peter Moore

- IWW assembly calls for Organizing Department

- 100 Wobblies and supporters rally for Shattuck workers by Dean Dempsey

- The right to organize in education

- What is the value of a worker's life? by Arthur J. Miller

- Are we not slaves? by Jon Bekken

- Poetry can be a class act by Gary Cox

- March to the left by Dorice Mcdaniels

- Harvey slays the time-study monster by J. Pierce

- IWW victory for taxi drivers at LA airport by Ernesto Nevarez

- Working Families Party wins Massachusetts ballot line by Mark Wolff

- World labor solidarity

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