Der Sozialistische Industrie-Unionismus [Industrial Unionism]. Translated into German by Karl Dannenberg
by DEBS, Eugene
Hoboken: Deutschen Press-Komitee / Literatur-Buro der W.I.I.U., 1920. First Thus. Rare German-language printing, under the auspices of Daniel DeLeon's Workers International Industrial Union, of Debs's 1905 speech "Industrial Unionism." An uncommon Debs item. The W.I.I.U. was a re-branded version of Daniel De Leon's "Detroit I.W.W.," which split from the Chicago Industrial Workers of the World in 1907; by the time of this printing, the W.I.I.U. was all but defunct. There was a simultaneous printing of this translation under the imprint of the New York Labor News, which was the publishing arm of the De Leonist Socialist Labor Party. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed card wrappers; 44pp. Clean, tight and unmarked - Near Fine. (Inventory #: 31616)
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