Lucien van der Walt, 2002, “A History of the IWW in South Africa”, Bread and Roses, number 7, (Britain), pp. 11-14.

This short article looks at how the revolutionary syndicalist IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) influenced South African workers struggles into the 1920s. The IWW had an important influence on black as well as white workers, as well as on larger mass movements like the 1920s Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU).

 

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