Against the Grain, for July 25, 2005 - 12:00pm
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A hundred years ago the IWW was formed to create one big union a radical umbrella that would encompass workers of all races, trades and levels of skill, ready to take on capitalism as a system. Paul Buhle talks about how the Wobblies became a powerful force in mines, factories and fields across the US and beyond, with their declaration that the owning class and the working class have nothing in common.