IUAWIndependent Union of All Workers (est. 1933)
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The IUAW relied upon horizontal solidarity, rank-and-file militancy, and a philosophical outlook of class struggle for its effectiveness.
Rachleff sees the IUAW as an important precursor to the militant P-9 struggle of the 1980s, although he admits that virtually all P-9 members were unaware of the earlier union.
The Outpouring was not full of people with clipboards on a massive union organizing campaign: neither the standard (NLRB era) current model, nor along the lines of the solidarity unionism of the 1930s (such as the IUAW, Independent Union of All Workers), (18) or other alternative unions.