The Singing Miner of Hazard, KY! George worked 28 yrs in the mines, and even with a damaged arm managed to learn guitar and won every Labor Day song writing contest with simple chords and...
The Struggle Against The No-Strike Pledge In The UAW During World War II$8.00
Whether or not it was a good war, the Second World War saw more strikes than at any other time in the history of the American labor movement. In this groundbreaking history from below, Glaberman...
Thomas Skimore (1790-1832) - carpenter, teacher, scientist , writer and printer - was a leader and theorist of the early American labor movement. His 'Rights Of Man Of Property!' (1829) called for...
Workers' Struggle Against War$10.00
A leading figure in the Left Wing of the Socialist Party during the World War I, Mary E. Marcy (1877–1922) was managing editor of the International Socialist Review, the most popular...
A Story of Ford-America$14.00
The Flivver King stands among the finest of modern American historical novels. It is history as it ought to be written - from the bottom up and the top down, with monumental sensitivity to the...
Workers' Struggle Against War$5.00
A leading figure in the Left Wing of the Socialist Party during the First World War, Mary E Marcy (1877-1922) was managing editor f the International Socialist Review, the most popular and...
The Memoirs Of Irving S Abrams$10.00
Irving S Abrams (1891-1980) was a Wobbly, Jewish anarchist,and savior of the Haymarket monument at Waldheim Cemetery from 1960-1971. "In these pages Abrams provides penetrating insights into the...
A New Beginning$5.00
Four essays by the noted anarcho-syndicalist discuss the development of the US labor movement in terms of the constant conflict between its revolutionary and conservative tendencies.
Selected Writings of T-Bone Slim$10.00
"A working stuff, a hobo, and an irreconcilable revolutionist...second only to Joe Hill as the IWW's most popular songwriter, T-Bone Slim incontestably was the Wobblie's greatest "man of letters"....
Selected Writings of T-Bone Slim$19.00
"A working stuff, a hobo, and an irreconcilable revolutionist...second only to Joe Hill as the IWW's most popular songwriter, T-Bone Slim incontestably was the Wobblie's greatest 'man of letters.'...