The Communist International to the IWW (1920)

The IWW In Theory and Practice (excerpt), by Justus Ebert (1938)


Part Four: Tactics

The General Strike, by William Haywood (1911)

Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function, by Walker C Smith (1913)

Sabotage: The Conscious Withdrawal of the Worker’s Industrial Efficiency, by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1916)

The General Strike, by Ralph Chaplin (1933)


Part Five: Class War

War in Paterson, by John Reed (1913)

Resolution Against World War One (1916)

The Seattle General Strike (1919)



Introduction


Revolutionaries who win, are immortalized in history. Revolutionaries who lose, are relegated to the dustbin of history.

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