LITERATUREThere is no attempt to give here anything like a complete
bibliography. The books, pamphlets and leaflets are those
which the writer has found most useful in this study. The full
report of the Chicago Convention ( 1905) has great value to the
student and may be had, I think, through publishing centers
|American Literature |
|The volume referred to in the text by Mr.
W. E. Walling,
"Socialism As It Is," Macmillan & Co., shows analytical
power in stating the issues from the more revolutionary
point of view which gives it real importance in the study
Louis Levine "Labor Movement in France," Longmans,
Green & Co., 1912, is admirable in its impartiality.|
|" The I. W. W.; Its History, Structure and Methods," St. Vincent John . Price 10 cents.|
|" Why Strikes Are Lost; How to Win,"
Wm. E. Trautmann.
Price 5 cents.|
|" The Farm Laborer and the City Worker," Edward McDonald.
Price 5 cents.|
|" Political Parties and the I. W. W.,"
St. Vincent John.|
|" Getting Recognition,"
A. M. Stirton.|
|" Two Kinds of Unionism,"
|" Appeal to Wage Workers, Men and Women,"
E. S. Nelson.|
|" Union Scabs and Others,"
|" War and the Workers,"
Walker C. Smith.|
|" Address to Railroad Graders," "Rusty"
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Book title: American Syndicalism:The I. W. W.
Contributors: John Graham Brooks - Author.
Publisher: The Macmillan Company.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1913.
Page number: 253.
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