2 edition of Seattle general strike [microform] found in the catalog.
Seattle general strike [microform]
Seattle. General Strike Committee, 1919. History Committee.
|Statement||issued by the History Committee of the General Strike Committee.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/8232 (H) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||86198293|
The shipyard strike went on; the attack on unionism swelled in Seattle as elsewhere; the Socialist Party headquarters, a labor printing plant, and the I.W.W. hall were raided and thirty-nine "Wobblies" - l.W.W. members - arrested as "ringleaders of anarchy,"27 Although they played little role in the general strike. The excerpt is part of an award-winning documentary film biography of Anna Louise Strong, Seattle's most famous radical. The General Strike began February 6 .
Seattle General Strike. United States Synopsis. The Seattle strike of was the first large-scale general strike in the United gh sparked by wage grievances of shipyard workers, the strike quickly grew into a larger showdown between the city's American Federation of Labor (AFL) movement and local politicians, business interests, and federal war agencies, all of whom saw. Ebooks list page: ; When the State Trembled: How A.J. Andrews and the Citizens' Committee Broke the Winnipeg General Strike, 2nd Edition; Magnificent Fight: The Winnipeg General Strike; [PDF] Nomad Citizenship: Free-Market Communism and the Slow-Motion General Strike; Undelivered: From the Great Postal Strike of to the .
Decades before Amazon dominated the city, Seattle was the fiery site of labor unrest, radical action — and the US's only true general strike. The front page of the Seattle Union Record at the beginning of the Seattle General Strike, February 3, University of Washington. The Seattle General Strike was the first general strike in the U.S. and marked the beginning of a post-WWI era of labor conflict. Conditions for a general strike in Seattle had been building for decades. Seattle had a strong labor history with much emphasis on workplace democracy.
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A thrilling account of one of the most dramatic chapters in the history of American labor, retold for the strike's th anniversary One hundred years before the dystopian promise of Seattle's wish-fulfillment centers, the city seemed on the precipice of another future : Cal Winslow.
The Seattle general strike [microform] book General Strike is an exciting portrait of a Seattle long gone and of events that shaped the city's reputation for left-leaning activism into the twenty-first century.
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Reading about the Seattle General Strike gives one a good sense of just how impressive some of these spontaneous organizations could be, with strikers essentially supplying goods and services for an entire city. Again and again it is affirmed in the book that more often than not, workers took it upon themselves to institute changes, independent /5(12).
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The Seattle General Strike is an event very important in the history of the Pacific Northwest. On February 6, Seattle workers became the first workers in United States history to participate in an official general strike. Many people know little, if anything, about the strike, however. The Seattle General Strike of February was the first twentieth century solidarity strike in the United States to be proclaimed a “general strike.” It led off a tumultuous era of post-World War I labor conflict that saw massive strikes shut down the nation's steel, coal, and other industries and threaten civil unrest in a dozen cities.
The Seattle General Strike began at 10 a.m. on February 6,and paralyzed the city for five days. Never before had the nation seen a labor action of this kind.
Many in Seattle were expecting revolution -- and a few wanted it -- but w laborers walked off. Seattle General Strike () A strike that arose from the general discontent that many workers felt post-WWI. Contributed to red scare, and was denounced as a communist movement.
While Seattle s strike ended in disappointment, it led to massive strikes across the country that determined the direction of labor, capital, and government for decades. The Seattle General Strike is an exciting portrait of a Seattle long gone and of events that shaped the city s reputation for left-leaning activism into the twenty-first century.
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The student edition places the state's historical events in the larger context of our nation's history. The Shipyard Strike. The Seattle General Strike grew out of a shipyard strike that began on Janu In that strike, 35, union members, most of them affiliated with the Metal Trades Council, walked out of Seattle shipyards that were still bustling with wartime prosperity: World War I.
Get this from a library. The Seattle general strike: an account of what happened in Seattle, and especially in the Seattle labor movement, during the general strike, February 6 to 11, [Seattle.
General Strike Committee, History Committee.]. UW Mailbox Seattle, WA Fax: () Email: [email protected] Publisher for the University of Washington Member of the Association of University Presses.
National Humanities Center 4The Seattle General Strike: Resources from the University of Washington Seattle General Strike Project The Strike—Pro and Con—by Readers of the Star Letters to the Editor, The Seattle Star, February 1,excerpts In order to demonstrate the impossibility of supporting a family on the average shipyard wage, “AFile Size: 1MB.
The Seattle general strike A general strike ofworkers, which saw the city shut down and all essential services provided under workers' control.
The First World War was hardly over, it was Februaryand the leadership of the revolutionary rank-and-file union the Industrial Workers of the World was in jail. Ole Hanson (January 6, – July 6, ) was an American politician who served as mayor of Seattle, Washington from to Hanson became a national figure promoting law and order when he took a hardline position during the Seattle General then resigned as mayor, wrote a book, and toured the lecture circuit, earning tens of thousands of dollars in honoraria lecturing Born: January 6,Union Grove, Wisconsin, U.S.
The Seattle General Strike: An Account of What Happened in Seattle and Especially in the Seattle Labor Movement, During the General Strike, February 6 to 11, (Seattle, WA: Seattle Union Record Pub. Co., ), by Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity, ed.
by Anna Louise Strong (page images at Washington). Those five days became known as the General Strike of Seattle. In Radical Seattle, Cal Winslow explains why. Winslow describes how Seattle’s General Strike was actually the high point in a long process of early twentieth-century socialist and working-class organization, when everyday people built a viable political infrastructure that seemed.
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With these words echoing throughout the city, on February 6,65, Seattle workers began one of the most important general strikes in US history.The Seattle general strike by Friedheim, Robert L. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Seattle General Strike: An Account of What Happened in Seattle and Especially in the Seattle Labor Movement, During the General Strike, February 6 to 11, (Seattle, WA: Seattle Union Record Pub.
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