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A century ago, the IWW was at the forefront of labor organizing in the U.S. In this episode, Andrew Miller talks about the union’s newly revitalized organizing efforts and how they differ from those of the standard “business” unions.
A Brief Chat has featured the IWW before in this three-part conversation with Liss Waters Hyde:
For more information on the history of the IWW, check out the excellent podcast Working Class History.
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