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Wobblies on the waterfront
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Chapter 4 of "Wobblies on the waterfront-interracial unionism in progressive-era Philadelphia" by Peter Cole, an excellent text about the American IWW in the early 20th century, and interestingly about some Wobblies' support of World War I. Wobblies on the Waterfront, Peter Cole (book) No Jobs on the Waterfront: Labor, Race, and the End of the Industrial City, Peter Cole. Ben Fletcher , Ben Fletcher: Portrait of a Black Syndicalist, Jeff Stein If you enjoyed this post, help us grow by contributing to the Philadelphia Partisan on Patreon.
A century ago, socialists who belonged to the IWW simultaneously chastised the bosses and their political cronies. Wobblies in Cleveland, Wobblies in Auckland, Wobblies in Johannesburg, Wobblies in Dublin, Wobblies in Valparaiso — truly, there were Wobblies who sailed the seven seas to spread the word. This book picks up where they left off. Wobblies on the Waterfront is a valuable addition to the debate about the intersections of race and class in labor history and will be of interest to scholars and advanced students of labor history."--Labor Studies Journal "An invaluable resource to those interested broadly in the historiography of race and industrial unionism and more specifically in Local 8 itself.
Cole will speak on his book Wobblies on the Waterfront: Interracial Unionism in Progressive Era Philadelphia (University of Illinois Press, ). Peter Cole is professor of history at Western Illinois University and author of Wobblies on the Waterfront: Interracial Unionism in Progressive-Era Philadelphia and Ben Fletcher: Life and Times of a Black Wobbly. Currently, he is writing a book entitled Dockworker Power: Struggles in Durban and the San Francisco Bay Area. Cole also has an.
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Wobblies on the Waterfront deserves to be Wobblies on the waterfront book seriously by labor historians and historians interested in race and social justice movements This remarkable book provides a sense of what the Wobblies might have become if given a chance."-- Journal of American by: Wobblies on the Waterfront is a valuable addition to the debate about the intersections of race and class in labor history and will be of interest to scholars and advanced students of labor history."--Labor Studies JournalPages: Wobblies on the Waterfront: Interracial Unionism in Progressive-Era Philadelphia (Working Class in American History) - Kindle edition by Cole, Peter.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets/5(2). "Cole's richly detailed book provides a glimpse at a topic too often ignored, the local IWW Wobblies on the Waterfront deserves to be read seriously by labor historians and historians interested in race and social justice movements This remarkable book provides a sense of what the Wobblies might have become if given a chance." Wobblies on the Waterfront tells the story of how workers of every race and status came together in a racist nation during the Progressive era.
I'd recommend this title for anyone who's interested in U.S. labor history, particularly African American or /5. Wobblies on the Waterfront: Interracial Unionism in Progressive-Era Philadelphia; Peter Cole ; Book; Published by: University of Illinois Press; Series: The Working Class in American HistoryCited by: Wobblies on the Waterfront Book Description: For almost a decade during the s and s, the Philadelphia waterfront was home to the most durable interracial, multiethnic union seen in the United States prior to the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) era.
He is the author of Wobblies on the Waterfront (University of Illinois Press, ) and editor of Wobblies of the World (Pluto, ). David M. Struthers is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen. He is the editor of Wobblies of Brand: Pluto Press. By using powerful organising methods including direct-action and direct-democracy, it put power in the hands of workers.
This philosophy is labeled as ‘revolutionary industrial unionism’ and the members called, affectionately, ‘Wobblies’. This book is the first to look at the history of the IWW from an international perspective. Wobblies on the Waterfront Interracial Unionism in Progressive-Era Philadelphia: Interracial Unionism in Progressive-Era Philadelphia Working Class in American History by Peter Cole.
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For those people, the Wobblies offer both cautionary tales and useful lessons. ——————— Peter Cole is Professor of History at Western Illinois University and Research Associate at the Society, Work and Development Institute, University of the Witwatersrand.
He is the author of Wobblies on the Waterfront (University of Illinois. Plot Overview. On the Waterfront opens by introducing the small group of corrupt racketeers that run the docks of Hoboken, New Jersey, across the river from Manhattan. Terry Malloy, an inarticulate former prizefighter in his late twenties, serves as a petty errand boy for the union head, Johnny Friendly.
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Author. The Industrial Workers of the World (iww) continues to fascinate labor historians. Standing between the Knights of Labor and the Congress of Industrial OrganizaAuthor: Richard A.
Greenwald. Early in the twentieth century, the Wobblies, or Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), fought for the rights of workers—common laborers, migrants, immigrants, black workers—unprotected by the craft unions.
In the face of beatings, kidnappings, and lynchings by vigilantes, company detectives, and hired guns, the Wobblies organized in mining and lumber camps, the wheat. The rise and fall of Local 8 of the IWW, a predominantly Black but integrated union, is the subject of Peter Cole’s gripping Wobblies on the Waterfront.
He follows this remarkable union from its total shutdown of the waterfront in a strike to its demise in The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), members of which are commonly termed "Wobblies", is an international labor union that was founded in in Chicago, Illinois, in the United union combines general unionism with industrial unionism, as it is a general union, subdivided between the various industries which employ its philosophy and Journal: Industrial Worker.
Franklin Rosemont’s important new book presents a fresh and in-depth study of the life and work of the famous Wobbly bard, and of the revolutionary counterculture he came to personify.
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The restriction of working class militancy to the workplace, it shows, was no mere economism. Organizational rather than psychological in orientation, Battling For American Labor accounts for both the early preference of dockworkers in Philadelphia and .Entdecken Sie "Wobblies on the Waterfront" von Peter Cole und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler.
During the s and s, the Philadelphia waterfront was home to the most durable interracial, multiethnic union seen in the United States prior to the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) era.
For much of its time, Local 8's majority was African .