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109,549.  Joe Hill had a unique weapon in his arsenal: not just speech but song.  (Working Class & Class & Repression & United States of America & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty)  ibid.  

 

109,550.  Another important Labour Leader imprisoned under the Espionage Act was the anarchist Ricardo Flores Magon.  (Working Class & Class & Repression & United States of America & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  

 

 

109,762.  ‘IWW stood for Industrial Workers of the World.  Work, Good Wages & Respect – that’s what they wanted for the workers.’  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  The Wobblies, 1979, woman

 

109,763.  At the turn of the century America was changing rapidly from a basically rural society to an urban industrial one … One of the striking features of the period was the rapid growth of the enormous corporations which began to control the basic industries.  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  

 

109,764.  The working class and the employing class have nothing in common.  Between these two classes a struggle must go on until the workers of the world organize as a class, take possession of the earth and the machinery of production, and abolish the wage system.  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  preamble

 

109,765.  ‘The IWW was the only thing that was accepting Negro or black workers.’  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  black worker

 

109,766.  A year after the Lawrence Strike another strike broke out in Paterson New Jersey 1913 … They were defeated in their demands for an eight-hour day and higher wages.  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.

 

109,767.  ‘You either had to stop living or become a rebel.’  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  woman

 

109,768.  They would use the soapboxes as recruiting stations.  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.

 

109,769.  ‘Rebellious slaves – that’s what we were.’  (Working Class & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Strike & Trade Union & Labour & Poverty & Anarchy)  ibid.  old boy

 

 

128,986.  The violence of the press attacks on Aslef, and the sustained and bitter hostility of the media towards the Labour movement is responsible for the refusal to handle some newspapers on the railways.  Day after day Fleet Street conducts its campaign against working people, ignoring their interests, distorting their arguments and abusing their representatives.  Working journalists can no longer evade their moral responsibilities by shielding behind their editors, nor editors by shielding behind their proprietors.  Nor can arguments based on the freedom of the press be used as an excuse to deny freedom of expression to millions of people who have lost their jobs, suffered cuts in living standards or in essential health and education services.  (Press & Labour)  Tony Benn, speech to the press 26 January 1982, cited The Times 27 January 1982

 

 

6,120.  The real determinant of society is hidden behind the state and the economy: it is the way in which our everyday activity is organised, the subordination of our doing to the dictates of abstract labour, that is, of value, money, profit.  It is this abstraction which is, after all, the very existence of the state.  If we want to change society, we must stop the subordination of our activity to abstract labour, do something else.  (Society & Capitalism & State & Labour)  John Holloway, Crack Capitalism 

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