Decisions of the International Conference on Strike Strategy called by the Executive Buro of the Red International of Labor Unions (R.I.L.U.). Held in Strassburg, Germany, January, 1929.
Problems of Strike Strategy. Published for the Trade Union Unity League by Workers Library Publishers, New York. 1929.
Contents: Preface by William F. Dunne, Foreword by A. Lozovsky, Introduction, Preparing the Masses for Strikes and Lockouts, The Forms, Character and Functions of the Instruments of Struggle, Our Tactics in Democratically Elected Strike Committees, Guidance and Not Commands, The Relationship Between Strike Committees and the Reformist Trade Union Bureaucracy, The United Front During Strikes and Lockouts, Workers’ Pickets and Defense Corps, “Wildcat” or Unofficial Strikes, Broadening the Field of Struggle The Problem of Reserves, Continuation of the Struggle After Disruptive Activities by the Reformists, How to Prevent the Disruption of Strikes, Strikes in Countries with Divided Trade Union Movements, Strikes in Fascist and White Terror Countries, How to Give Political Content to Strikes, Forms and Methods of Mobilizing the Trade Union Opposition (Left Wing) in All Countries, Work Among Working Women and Working Class Housewives, Forms and Methods of Mobilizing Young Workers, Organizing Strike Relief, The Problem of Information and Connections, Establishing Contacts with Trade Union Organizations in Other Countries, Conclusion. 49 pages.
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