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Book launch & talk: Wednesday 18th June

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Singing Union!

The weekend of organiser training with Erik Forman, hosted in Glasgow, was inspiring and envigorating, attracting members from Inverness, Newcastle and London, as well as Glasgow and Edinburgh. One of the lighter issues that came out of a post-training chat … Continue reading

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IWW Clydeside: Mine Wars films 20/03/12, 7.30

The next Clydeside IWW film night will be on 20 March, Electron Club, CCA (7.30 prompt start, as the whole programme will last about 90 minutes). Following FW Brendan Maslaukas’s article ‘The Battle for Blair Mountain’ in October 2011’s issue … Continue reading

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Glasgow IWW history

“The Industrial Workers of the World‘s influence in Glasgow is not so well known, but it had considerable influence on the shop stewards movement in the period around the First World War.” Glasgow and the Wobblies

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