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I.W.W. Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent

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s/t: A Reprint of the 19th Edition of the Famous "Little Red Song Book"
The most popular book in American labor history, the IWW's 'Little Red Song Book' has been a staple item on picket lines & at other workers gatherings for generations & has gone through numerous editions. Reprinted here is the 19th Edition, originally issued in 1923, the year the IWW reached it
Paperback, reprint of 19th, 68 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Charles H. Kerr (Chicago)
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Erik Graff
Feb 14, 2014 Erik Graff rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: workers of the world
Recommended to Erik by: Walt Wallace, Ed Erickson, Art Kazar
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I have a pile of different editions of this thing dating back to high school days when it was introduced to me by the older members of Tri-S, Maine South's Social Science Society. Imagine, if you can, a carload of fifteen, sixteen and seventeen year-old kids in penny loafters, button-downs and pressed slacks singing "Solidarity Forever" loudly, windows down, at night, on the streets of lily-white Park Ridge, Illinois in 1968.

For us, all this singing long ago was not only a connection with a bett
Gary Blanchard
Holding this book is like holding a piece of history. This was handy as I prepared a CD that featured songs of the civil rights, labor, and peace movements.
Lyrics for those who enjoy folk songs and early twentieth century history.
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