Undoubtedly The Most Popular Book In American Labor History, The I.W.W S Little Red Song Book Has Been A Staple Item On Picket Lines And Workers Gatherings For Generations And Has Gone Through Numerous Editions As A Result Of I.W.W Efforts To Keep Up With The Times, However, Recent Versions Of The Songbook Have Omitted Most Of The Old Time Favorites, Especially The Raucous Lyrics Of The Free Spirited Hoboes Who Made Up Such A Large Portion Of The Union S Membership In Its Heyday Reprinted Here Is The 19th Edition, Originally Issued In 1923, The Year The I.W.W Reached Its Peak Membership Of The 52 Songs In This Book, The Overwhelming Majority Have Not Been Included In The I.W.W S Own Songbooks For Many Years Here Are Such Classics As Joe Hill S John Golden And The Lawrence Strike, We Will Sing One Song, Scissor Bill, The Tramp, And Others T Bone Slim S I M Too Old To Be A Scab, Mysteries Of A Hobo S Life, I Wanna Free Miss Liberty, And Others Ralph Chaplin S All Hell Can T Stop Us, Up From Your Knees, May Day Song, And And Other Songs By C G Allen, Richard Brazier, Pat Brennan, James Connelly, Laura Payne Emerson, And Many Others.
✅ I.W.W. Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent: A Facsimile Reprint of the 19th Edition pdf ✈ Author The Industrial Workers of the World – Anguillais.us
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- I.W.W. Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent: A Facsimile Reprint of the 19th Edition
- The Industrial Workers of the World
- 19 December 2017 The Industrial Workers of the World