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Sabotage by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
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Sabotage by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn is a captivating and informative account of the rise of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and their revolutionary tactics in the early 20th century. Flynn, a prominent labor activist and member of the IWW, provides a detailed analysis of the organization's strategies, including sabotage, as a means of furthering their cause of workers' rights.

Throughout the book, Flynn presents a compelling argument for the use of sabotage as a legitimate tactic in the fight against oppressive capitalist forces. She highlights the importance of disrupting the status quo through direct action and showcases the ways in which sabotage can be an effective tool in challenging the power structures that exploit and oppress the working class.

Flynn's writing is both engaging and persuasive, drawing the reader into the world of the IWW and their radical methods of resistance. Her passion for social justice and her commitment to the labor movement shine through in every page, making Sabotage a must-read for anyone interested in the history of labor activism and the ongoing struggle for workers' rights.

Overall, Sabotage is a powerful and inspiring book that sheds light on a lesser-known aspect of American history. Flynn's insights into the importance of direct action and collective action are as relevant today as they were a century ago, making this book a timely and vital read for anyone seeking to understand the ongoing fight for social and economic justice.

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Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890-1964) was a leading American socialist and feminist. Her book “Sabotage, the conscious withdrawal of the workers’ industrial efficiency” was written to explain the utility and legality of sabotage.

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