History of the Labor Movement in the United States - Vol. 4

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REFERENCE NOTES
CHAPTER 1
1. Proceedings of the First Convention of the Industrial Workers of the World, New York, 1905, p. 82. (Hereinafter cited as Proceedings, First Convention, I.W.W.)
2. Writings and Speeches of Eugene V. Debs, New York, 1948, pp. 95-125.
3. Proceedings, W.F. of M. Convention, 1904, p. 77.
4. Bill Haywood's Book: The Autobiography of William D. Haywood, New York, 1929, p. 174.
5. Proceedings, First Convention, I.W.W., pp. 82, 89-90.
6. Ibid., pp. 90-100; Social-Democratic Herald, Dec. 14, 1904.
7. Miners' Magazine, March 9, 1905, p. 6.
8. Proceedings, First Convention, I.W.W., pp. 3-6.
9. Ibid., p. 7; Haywood, op. cit., pp. 178- 79.
10. Cincinnati Post, Jan. 9, 1905.
11. Proceedings, First Conventions, I.W.W., pp. 82-90.
12. William Z. Foster, "Syndicalism in the United States," The Communist, July 1937, p. 1044.
13. Paris, 1901, pp. 59-60; Paris, 1921, pp. 27-67, 264.
14. Val R. Lorwin, The French Labor Movement, Cambridge, Mass., 1954, p. 35; G. D. H. Cole, World of Labour, London, 1913, pp. 75, 77, 95-97, 111-14.
15. Louis Levine, "The Development of Syndicalism in America," Political Science Quarterly, vol. XXVIII, Sept. 1913, p. 450. Emphasis mine. P.S.F.
16. William Z. Foster, From Bryan to Stalin, New York, 1936, pp. 42-46.
17. Weekly People, Feb. 18, May 27, June 13, 1905; Miners' Magazine, April 27, 1905, p. 12; International Socialist Review, vol. V, March 1905, pp. 496-99, 501. Voice of Labor, March 1905; Frank Morrison to A.F. of L. Executive Council, March 31, 1905, enclosing typed excerpts from New Jersey Socialist Review and Milwaukee Social-Democratic Herald, American Federation of Labor Correspondence, Washington, D.C. (Hereinafter cited as AFL Corr.)
18. Voice of Labor, March 1905; Proceedings, W.F. of M. Convention, 1905, pp 21, 218-19, 234; Miners' Magazine, June 29, 1905, p. 4.
19. Report signed by Charles Noonan, R. A. Hunt and W. H. Eogty, Schenectady Herald, April 22, 1905.
20. E. W. Leonard to Gompers, Schenectady, N.Y., Apr. 16, 1905, AFL Corr.; Samuel Gompers , "The Trade Unions to Be Smashed Again," American Federationist March, April, May 1905, and reprinted as a pamphlet.
21. Gompers and Frank Morrison to A.F. of L. Executive Council, March 31, 1905, AFL Corr.
22. Proceedings, W.F. of M. Convention, 1905, p. 21; Paul F. Brissenden, The I.W.W., A Study of American Syndicalism, New York, 1919, pp. 65-66; International Socialist Review, vol. XII, March 1912, p. 670.
23. Gompers to A.F. of L. Executive Council, May 11, 1905, AFL Corr.; Gompers to Miss Guard, May 16, 1905; Gompers to Hugh Frayne, May 13, 1905, Samuel Gompers Letter-books, Washington, D.C. (Hereinafter cited as GLB.)
24. "To the Officers and Members of Affiliated Unions", March 21, 1905, AFL Corr.; American Federationist, May, 1905, p. 277; Proceedings, A.F. of L. Convention, 1905, pp. 28, 64, 252-56.
25. Haverhill Central Labor Union to Gompers, April 1, 1905; Local 183, Bridge and Structural Iron Workers' Union to Gompers, April 4, 1905, AFL Corr.; Boston American, April 2, 1905.
26. A. H. Casselman to Frank Morrison, April 5, 1905, AFL Corr.
27. John B. Lennon to Frank Morrison, May 1, 1905, AFL Corr.
28. Gompers to Lee Grant, July 20, 1905, GLB.
29. Lee Grant to Gompers, June 27, 1905, original in AFL Corr. and copy In GLB; Proceedings, First Convention, I.W.W., p. 18.
30. Proceedings, First Convention, I.W.W.,

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