International Workers Of The World
- (IWW)Founded in Chicago in 1905, the International Workers of the World was an anarcho-syndicalist organization though influenced by Marxism. Eugene Debs and Daniel De Leon were involved in the founding of the IWW, and their parties, the Socialist Party of America and the Socialist Labor Party, were linked to the IWW, although the anarcho-syndicalism of the IWW led to it breaking with Debs, De Leon and their parties. The IWW dissolved in 1925.
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Industrial Workers of the World — ou IWW (les adhérents du syndicat sont aussi appelés plus familièrement les Wobblies) est un syndicat international fondé aux États Unis en 1905 dont le siège actuel se trouve à Cincinnati dans l Ohio. À son apogée, en 1923, l organisation… … Wikipédia en Français
Industrial Workers of the World — Infobox Union name= IWW country= International affiliation= members= 2,000/900 (2006) 100,000 (1923) full name= Industrial Workers of the World native name= founded= 1905 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office=… … Wikipedia
Industrial Workers of the World — Nombre oficial Industrial Workers of the World Año fundación 1905 Ideología sindicalista revolucionaria/sindicalista autogestionaria … Wikipedia Español
Industrial Workers of the World — Typ Gewerkschaft Gründung 1905 Sitz Chicago / … Deutsch Wikipedia
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