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Anarchosyndicalism

(see also Trade Unionism & Anarchism)


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Basics

On the Web: Articles

Anarchosyndicalism & the Sexual Reform Movement in the Weimar Republic. Dieter Nelles (2000).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Anarchosyndicalism 101.

Industrial Worker. IWW publication.

Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

In the Library: Articles

Korzeniewicz, Roberto P. "The labour movement & the State in Argentina, 1887-1907," Bulletin of Latin American Research 8,1 (1989):25-46.

__________. "Labor unrest in Argentina, 1887-1907," Latin American Research Review 24,3 (1989):71-98.

Shor, Francis. "The IWW & oppositional politics in World War I: pushing the system beyond its limits," Radical History Review 64 (win 96):74-94.

Simon, Fanny S. "Anarchism & anarcho-syndicalism in South America," Hispanic American Historical Review 26 (1948):38-59.

Thompson, Ruth. "The limitations of ideology in the early Argentine labour movement: anarchism in the trade unions, 1890-1920," Journal of Latin American Studies 16,1 (5/84):81-99.

Weinstein, James. "The IWW & American socialism," Socialist Review 1,5 (1970):3-42.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Abad de Santillán, Diego de. La F.O.R.A. Ideología y trayectoria del movimiento obrero revolucionario en la Argentina [1933] (Buenos Aires: Proyección, 1971).

Bailey, Samuel L. Immigrants in the Land of Promise: Italians in Buenos Aires & New York City, 1870-1914 (Ithaca: Cornell, 1998).

Bergquist, Charles. Labor in Latin America: Comparative Essays on Chile, Argentina, Venezuela & Colombia (Stanford: Stanford U, 1986).

Brissenden, Paul F. The IWW: A Study of American Syndicalism [1919] (NY: Russell & Russell, 1957).

Buhle, Paul & Nichole Schulman (eds.) Wobblies! A Graphic History of the Industrial Workers of the World (NY: Verso, 2005).

De Caux, Len. Labor Radical: From the Wobblies to CIO, A Personal History (Boston: Beacon, 1970).

__________. The Living Spirit of the Wobblies (NY: International, 1978).

Dubofsky, Melvyn. We Shall Be All: A History of the Industrial Workers of the World (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1969).

Foner, Philip. The Case of Joe Hill (NY: International, 1965).

__________ (ed.) The Letters of Joe Hill (NY: Oak, 1965).

Freire, João. Freedom Fighters: Anarchist Intellectuals, Workers & Soldiers in Portugal (Montreal: Black Rose, 2001).

Godio, Julio. El movimiento obrero de América Latina, 1850-1918 (Bogotá: Tercer Mundo, 1978).

Guerin-Gonzales, Camille & Carl Strikwerda (eds.) The Politics of Immigrant Workers: Labor Activism & Migration in the World Economy since 1830 (rev. ed.; NY: Holmes & Meier, 1998).

Marotta, Sebastián. El movimiento sindical argentino: su génesis y desarrollo, vol. I (Buenos Aires: Lacio, 1960).

Mitchell, Barbara. The Practical Revolutionaries: A New Interpretation of the French Anarchosyndicalists (Westport CT: Greenwood, 1987).

Moya, José C. Cousins & Strangers: Spanish Immigrants in Buenos Aires, 1850-1930 (Berkeley: U. California, 1998).

Oved, Iaacov. El anarquismo y el movimiento obrero en Argentina (México: Siglo XXI, 1978).

Smith, Gibbs M. Joe Hill (Salt Lake City: U. Utah, 1969).

Spalding, Hobart. La clase trabajadora argentina (documentos para su historia, 1890-1912) (Buenos Aires: Galerna, 1970).

__________. Organized labor in Latin America: Historical Case Studies of Workers in Dependent Societies (NY: Harper & Row, 1977).

Stavis, Barrie & Frank Harmon (eds.) The Songs of Joe Hill (NY: Oak, 1960).

Thorpe, Wayne. "The Workers Themselves": Revolutionary Syndicalism & International Labor, 1913-1923 (Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1989).

van der Linden, Marcel & Wayne Thorpe (eds.) Revolutionary Syndicalism: An International Perspective (Brookfield VT: Gower, 1990).

Viñas, David. Anarquistas en América Latina (México: Katún, 1983).

In the Library: Fiction

Stegner, Wallace. Joe Hill: A Biographical Novel (NY: Doubleday, 1969).

In the Library: For Young Readers

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

Stavis, Barrie. The Man Who Never Died: A Play About Joe Hill (NY: Dramatists Play Service, 1959).

In the Library: Photography

CD & Audio

Don't Mourn, Organize! Songs of Labor Songwriter Joe Hill. Folkways FA 2039 [1954], & Smithsonian Folkways, 1990.

Film & Video



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