Category Archives: US. Labor History

UAW Local 833 Strikes Wisconsin Kholer plant

Many hundreds of workers have rejected a two-tier contract and are on strike against the Kholer company based in Wisconsin. Kholer produces plumbing fixtures, electrical generators and other basic products. Links for more information on the strike can be found … Continue reading

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Speech at the First Workers Party Convention: James P. Cannon (1922)

The text below is linked to the full speech from the Marxists Internet Archive. From the early years of American Communism, from the Prometheus Library. I say, comrades, we have come here by different roads. Some moved by one, some … Continue reading

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“Labor …has stood guard for what human rights remain” James P. Cannon

 From the Workers Party Letter to the Railway Unions 1922 James P. Cannon et al. Out of the nightmare of crime in which the capitalist rulers of the world have killed and mutilated 30 million men in seeking gain to … Continue reading

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