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THE HISTORY OF THE SAN DIEGO FREE SPEECH FIGHT

San Diego: San Diego Branch, Industrial Workers of the World, 1973. 8vo. Wraps. 116-190 p. Signature inside front cover; else very good. [47866] (show more)

Price: $15.00

Appeared originally in the New York "Call" in 1914, then was reprinted in "Free Speech for Radicals," edited by Theodore Schroeder. This edition is photo offset from the Schroeder book and retains its original pagination.

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THE HISTORY OF THE SAN DIEGO FREE SPEECH FIGHT

San Diego: San Diego Branch, Industrial Workers of the World, 1973. 8vo. Wraps. 116-190 p. Some light foxing on front cover; else very good. [48448] (show more)

Price: $15.00

Appeared originally in the New York "Call" in 1914, then was reprinted in "Free Speech for Radicals," edited by Theodore Schroeder. This edition is photo offset from the Schroeder book and retains its original pagination.

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" A Poet of the I.W.W."
(GIOVANNITTI, Arturo)

In "The Outlook". Vol. 104, No. 10 (July 5, 1913) Miles 2401. [43014] (show more)

Price: $30.00

"The role of Arturo Giovannitti in the Lawrence strike and his expressive poetry of rebellion" - Miles.

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Three 10 x 8 B/w Glossy Photos of a Wobbly Hall
(INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD)

Creases at a couple of corners; else very good. [92846] (show more)

Price: $150.00

The location is unidentified. The hall is filled with tables, stacks of folding chairs, bookshelves, posters & slogans on the walls, etc. Three oldtimers, two men & a women are in the photos. According to one sign, the Industrial Worker still sold for 5 so the photos probably were not taken later than the 1950s.

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"The Wheatland Hop-Fields' Riot"
BELL, George L

In "The Outlook". Vol. 107, No. 3 (May 16, 1914) Miles 403. [42648] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Report on the conditions on the Durst Ranch, the "riot," the role of the Industrial Workers of the World and the subsequent trial & conviction of Ford & Suhr for murder.

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The Wobblies: The U.S. vs. Wm. D. Haywood, et. al
BIRD, Stewart and Peter T. Robilotta

Intro. by Joyce L. Kornbluh. New York: Smyrna Press, (1980). 8vo. Wraps. xviii, 58 p. 1st ed. Miles 4944. Fine. [51875] (show more)

Price: $22.50

A play.

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Haywood Trial: Closing Argument
BORAH, W. E

Boise: Statesman Shop, ca. 1907. 8vo. Wraps. 130 p. Miles 3626. Fine. [35240] (show more)

Price: $45.00

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The I.W.W.: A Study of American Syndicalism
BRISSENDEN, Paul F

New York: Russell & Russell, (1957). 8vo. Cloth. 438 p. 2nd edition. Some wear at extremities; else very good. [93737] (show more)

Price: $20.00

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The Wobblies at War: A History of the IWW and The Great War in Australia
CAIN, Frank

Illustrated with b/w photos. Melbourne: Spectrum Publications, 1993. 8vo. Wraps. 300 p. 1st edition. Fine. [84256] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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The I.W.W.: (On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding Convention)
CANNON, James P

New York: Pioneer Publishers, (1956). 16mo. Wraps. 43 p. Pioneer Pocket Library No. 4. [14309] (show more)

Price: $20.00

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Big Bill Haywood and the Radical Union Movement
CONLIN, Joseph R

Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, (1969). 8vo. Cloth. xii, 244 p. 1st ed. [19683] (show more)

Price: $15.00

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At the Point of Production: The Local History of the I.W.W.
CONLIN, Joseph R., ed

Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, (1981). 8vo. Cloth. viii, 329 p. Contributions in Labor History, Number 10. 1st ed. About fine. [47834] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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El Bicentenario del Nacimento de Nuestro Padre, Jose Ma. Morelos y Pavon
CORIA, Pedro

No place: Self-published, ca. 1965. 9 1/4 x 13 1/2 in. Broadside. Scarce. [51851] (show more)

Price: $45.00

Coria regards the hero and martyr to the cause of Mexican independence as a forerunner of the spirit of revolt embodied in the Constitution of the Industrial Workers of the World. Bears the stamp of the I.W.W. branch in Los Angeles.

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"Calumny on Joe Hill Refuted: Analysis of Trial Record by Committee of Friends Gives Answer to Professor Stegner's New Republic Attack on Hill's Character." In "Industrial Worker"
FRIENDS OF JOE HILL COMMITTEE

Vol. XXIV, No. 22, Whole No. 664 (November 13, 1948). Folded once horizontally & once vertically, paper browning; else very good. [92755] (show more)

Price: $50.00

Attack on Wallace Stegner, whose article entitled "Joe Hill: The Wobblies' Troubador," which argued that Joe Hill was guilty, appeared in the January 5, 1948 issue of the New Republic. Subsequently the magazine's offices were picketed by the I.W.W. The Committee's refutation of Stegner takes up most of this 4-page broadsheet newspaper. Stegner would expand his thesis about Joe Hill in his 1950 novel, "The Preacher and the Slave".

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Tom Barker and the I.W.W
FRY, E. C., recorded, edited & with an introduction by

Canberra: Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1965. 8 x 10 in. Stapled, mimeographed sheets. 39 p. Very good. [43343] (show more)

Price: $25.00

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Tom Barker and the I.W.W
FRY, E. C., recorded, edited & with an introduction by

Canberra: Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1965. 8 x 10 in. Stapled, mimeographed sheets. 39 p. Cover unevenly faded; else very good. [72897] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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The Decline of the I.W.W.
GAMBS, John S

New York: Columbia University Press, 1932. 8vo. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. 268 p. Studies in History, Economics and Public Law Number 361. 1st ed. Miles 76. Columbia University Press file copy. Both hinges cracked, spine lettering dull, wear at extremities; else very good. [51871] (show more)

Price: $40.00

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The Decline of the I.W.W.
GAMBS, John S

New York: Columbia University Press, 1932. 8vo. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. 268 p. Studies in History, Economics and Public Law Number 361. 1st ed. Miles 76. Cover wear, numbers (mostly rubbed off) on spine but no other markings, rear hinge starting; else very good. [53177] (show more)

Price: $40.00

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By-Laws of the General Recruiting Union
GENERAL RECRUITING UNION, INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD

Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World, (1935). 24mo. Wraps. [14] p. With a one-page appendix affixed to the inside front cover. Very good. [91191] (show more)

Price: $37.50

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Joe Hill Would Boycott This Movie!!
GRAVES, Goddard and Roger Diggle

Champaign-Urbana, Ill.: Industrial Workers of the World, ca. 1971. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Broadside. [51850] (show more)

Price: $25.00

Goddard & Diggle urge potential viewers to boycott the new movie based on the life of Joe Hill, stating that the "I.W.W. resents that Joe's movie was made with scab labor and under dangerous working conditions. By a producer who evidently thinks that Joe Hill died to become a folk hero. So that some fat movie producer could steal that page from history and make money with it. Some fat movie producer who understands nothing of the principles for which Joe died ...".

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