Melvyn Dubofsky. A History of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Melvyn Dubofsky. We Shall Be All. A History of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1969, 600 páginas.

CONTENTS

Preface

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1 – A Setting for Radicalism, 1877-1917

PART ONE

Origins, 1890-1905

CHAPTER 2 – The Urban-Industrial Frontier, 1890-1905

CHAPTER 3 – The Class War on the Industrial Frontier, 1894-1905

CHAPTER 4 – From “Pure and Simple Unionism” to Revolutionary Radicalism

PART TWO

Formative Years, 1905-1908

CHAPTER 5 – The IWW Under Attack, 1905-1907

CHAPTER 6 – The IWW in Action, 1906-1908

CHAPTER 7 – Ideology and Utopia: The Syndicalism of the IWW

PART THREE

Free Speech and Free Men, 1909-1917

CHAPTER 8 – The Fight for Free Speech, 1909-1912

CHAPTER 9 – Steel, Southern Lumber, and Internal Decay, 1909-1912

CHAPTER 10 – Satan’s Dark Mills: Lawrence, 1912

CHAPTER 11 – Satan’s Dark Mills: Paterson and After

CHAPTER 12 – Back to the West, 1913-1916

CHAPTER 13 – Miners, Lumberjacks, and a Reorganized IWW, 1916

PART FOUR

Trials and Tribulations, 1917-1924

CHAPTER 14 – The Class War at Home and Abroad, 1914-1917

CHAPTER 15 – Employers Strike Back

CHAPTER 16 – Decision in Washington, 1917-1918

CHAPTER 17 – Courtroom Charades, 1918-1919

CHAPTER 18 – Disorder and Decline, 1918-1924

EPILOGUE

CHAPTER 19 – Remembrance of Things Past: The IWW Legacy

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