The Industrial Workers of the World, Syndicalism, and Marxism

Socialism 2016

July 01, 2016

Revolutionary unionists and socialists worked side-by-side in the early 20th century to develop tactics and formulate principles by which to organize working people regardless of race, ethnicity, or gender to fight a brutally oppressive and exploitative society. Historical events and the development of capitalism laid out political questions, the potential for confronting exploitation and oppression, and the reality of reorganizing society on a global scale. Join us in unraveling the rich history of the IWW, Syndicalism, and Marxism of the early 20th Century and the lessons for us today.

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