libcom reading

Reminder to self to read through all this http://libcom.org/library/black-power-reading-guide
and various other readings guides from “Ed” on libcom here http://libcom.org/library/libcomorg-reading-guide.

Also re-read and review these from Wildcat (UK)

“Good old-fashioned trade unionism” http://libcom.org/library/good-old-fashioned-trade-unionism-wildcat
“Outside and against the unions” http://libcom.org/library/outside-and-against-the-unions-wildcat

(edits)

Add this to the anti-union list: http://libcom.org/library/unions-against-revolution-g-munis

Add Bonanno’s critique of syndicalism.

Will eventually write something about all the anti-union stuff.

Add “Workers against work: labor in Paris and Barcelona during the Popular Fronts” by Michael Seidman http://libcom.org/library/workers-against-work-michael-seidman

“Worker autonomy: debate on the trade unions” http://libcom.org/blog/worker-autonomy-debate-trade-unions-15112012

Was supposed to read that like a year ago, and never got around to it. Could work into anti-union reading list.

“The WWII and post-war strike wave” – http://libcom.org/history/world-war-ii-post-war-strike-wave

Reminder to read this for race radicalism research http://libcom.org/library/i-will-not-crawl-excerpts-robert-f-williams-black-struggle-armed-self-defense-monroe-nc

IWW articles

“War on the waterfront” – Peter Cole http://libcom.org/history/war-waterfront-chapter-4-wobblies-waterfront-%E2%80%93-interracial-unionism-progressive-era-phil

“Ben Fletcher, IWW organizer” – http://libcom.org/history/ben-fletcher-iww-organizer

“They didn’t suppress the Wobblies” – Fred Thompson http://libcom.org/history/they-didnt-suppress-wobblies-fred-thompson

race/ghetto/etc.

“From gang-bangers to urban revolutionaries: the Young Lords of Chicago” http://libcom.org/history/gang-bangers-urban-revolutionaries-young-lords-chicago

“Grassroots political militants: Banlieusards and politics” http://libcom.org/library/grassroots-political-militants-banlieusards-politics

“Race and the CIO: the possibilities for racial egalitarianism during the 1930s and 1940s” http://libcom.org/files/raceciomain.pdf

“I Will Not Crawl: excerpts from Robert F. Williams on black struggle and armed self-defense in Monroe, NC” – http://libcom.org/library/i-will-not-crawl-excerpts-robert-f-williams-black-struggle-armed-self-defense-monroe-nc

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