UAW, United Auto Workers
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Detroit, MI: UAW Education Department, 1978. Pamphlet. 14p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, lightly worn, rear wrap toned else very good condition. Memo to Jay Schaffner, the UAW's National Secretary, reading "Per your request" stapled to front. Publication No. 396 of the UAW Education Department.
Detroit, MI: United Auto Workers, 1957. Six-panel, 8.5x11 inch brochure format, Jewish Labor Committee address label on rear cover, receipt rubberstamp on the front covers, some handling wear and crinkling. Discussion of civil rights efforts within the labor movement, such as the Milwaukee Bricklayers Union's admission of Black workers for.....
New York / Albany, CA: Committee for a Labor Party, 1970. Four-page tabloid format newspaper; neatly fold-creased, paper evenly toned, 1/2 inch closed tear along top edge of all pages else good condition. Articles on the UAW strike and its settlement, called a sell-out; repression against Black Panthers (photo of.....
New York: I.S. Publishing, 1968. Newspaper. One issue, 8p., 8.5x11 inches, edge and shelf worn, some minor smudges and staining, previous owners name on top right corner in pencil, else in good condition. The International Socialists came into being in the late 1960s around Trotskyist intellectual Hal Draper, who was.....
Highland Park, MI: International Socialists, 1975. Newspaper. One issue, 16 pp., wraps, tabloid folded in half, very toned, smudged and chipped, Previous owners name penciled in top right of cover wrap. Articles: "Murders, Thieves & Spies", "St Louis Steel Mill: Hundreds Protest Racist Firing", UAW elections, "South Africa", "CLUE", Quebec.....
Highland Park, MI: International Socialists, 1970. Newspaper. One issue, 16 pp., wraps, tabloid folded in half, very toned, smudged and chipped, Previous owners name penciled in top right of cover wrap. Articles on the "Seattle Conspiracy Trial", Quebec, the UAW and Women's Rights, more.
Highland Park, MI: International Socialists, 1972. Newspaper. One issue, 16 pp., wraps, tabloid folded in half, very toned, smudged and chipped, Previous owners name penciled in top right of cover wrap. Articles: "Raise Wages, Freeze Prices!", "Wounded Knee Defense Grows", "Generals Destroy Brazil (Part 2), more.
New York: The Tamiment Institute, 1974. Magazine. pp. 483-608p, 6x9.25 inches for this quarterly magazine, wraps, a little edge and shelf worn, else in good condition. Articles include ‘We were the poor people” the Hormel strike of 1933 by Larry D. Engelmann, Idaho's criminal syndicalism act: One state's response to.....