IWW


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AcronymDefinition
IWWIndustrial Workers of the World (labor union; known as the Wobblies)
IWWInstitut für Wissen in der Wirtschaft (German: Institute of Knowledge in Economics)
IWWIndustrial Wastewater
IWWInland Waterway
IWWIt Was Written (Nas album)
IWWIrish Whip Wrestling
IWWInland Wetlands and Watercourses (Connecticut)
IWWInternational Women's Week
IWWItalian Women Writers
IWWInternet World Wireless (trade show)
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IWW told BBC the strike will be held between 5pm and 6pm, with couriers in London, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol, Plymouth and Newcastle all confirmed to be taking part.
And the IWW had a number of contacts in the folk scene.
He added, 'IWW Steel Company became one of the leading steel bar manufacturing companies in Sri Lanka within a very short period.
Because local governments didn't want Little and his IWW colleagues speaking in public about workers' rights and fair wages, Little also was a free-speech activist.
The IWW strike in the summer of 2016 closed many of the Mesabi underground mines, but shipments were more than maintained out of stockpiles.
Beaulieu reminds us that this failure to follow in the steps of the Winnipeg strikers did not reflect a deradicalization of Lakehead workers, but instead the failure of the OBU and IWW to agree on a path toward a tolerable society for workers.
The smashing of the IWW around the world came after this, with the authorities (in particular Billy Hughes in Australia and governments in the UK and the USA) using 'national security' scares as a way of winding back challenges to the capitalist order.
Moreover, its leaders were influenced by the syndicalist doctrines that were attracting support on the left in several countries--James Connolly, ITGWU Belfast organiser from 1911 had organised for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in the United States; Peter Larkin, brother and comrade of James, was one of the 'IWW Twelve' jailed for anti-war activism in Sydney in 1916.
The IWW for the first trial (6.32 [+ or -] 0.24 kg) were significantly (p<0.05) lower than those in Trial 2 (7.89 [+ or -] 0.16 kg) and 3 (7.54 [+ or -] 0.15 kg).
When three organizers for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW or Wobblies) were fired, 3,000 of their fellow workers sat down and stopped production.