Industrial Worker #1708 (September 2008)

Contents include: -South Korea orders arrests of union leaders -Female migrants unlikely to be paid minimum wage in the UK -IWWs remember Utah Phillips -Mall of America Starbucks baristas join IWW -No heat at Ohio textile shop sparks complaint, workers win NLRB ruling -Wild Edibles files for bankruptcy -Ottawa IWW picket wins $2,500 -Sex workers campaign to decriminalize jobs -Troublemaking in Edmonton for 10 years -Rambling to Revolution: Hobohemia and the IWW -Frank Little’s grave restored -Providence IWW rallies against police brutality -Rail Workers United founding convention -Dishwasher Pete wanders, entertains, rebels -Nationalization controls Venezuelan workers -Anti-mining union leader murdered in Guatemala
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