Studies and Radical History
4444 Geary Blvd., Suite 207, San Francisco, CA 94118
- "Project of the Independent Media Institute, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to strengthening and supporting independent
and alternative journalism."
- The Black Commentator - "A weekly Internet magazine featuring commentary, analysis and investigations on issues affecting AfricanAmericans."
Dreams - "Breaking news & views for the
Labor News - E-Zine and discussion forum for
"everyone interested in issues affecting the local, regional, or
international labor community."
Watch - Online magazine, resource center, and World
Trade Watch Radio.
News Radio -
"Daily Investigative Radio Magazine" from 94.1 KPFA, Berkeley and
produced by Dennis Bernstein.
Speech Internet Television - Not-for-profit web
host to non-commercial websites and media files.
Unions News - Updated daily, this site is "owned
and managed by a number of international trade union
Speckled Bird Strike Page - Database
of current strikes, boycotts,
- "Collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of
journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. "
- From the New York City Independent Media
Clearing House - "An alternative independent
non-commercial source for news, information and insight." Daily
headlines email digest is also available.
- "Anarchist, activist, and alternative news."
Labor News Digest - digest of news, commentary and
analysis about working class issues from around the world.
Beat - "Webcasts" of selected Labor Beat television
and radio programs available.
Research Association - News, polls, trends, and
more from non-profit research and advocacy organization.
Watch - Short news and
notes on labor is updated biweekly. Produced by the Harvard Trade
Union Program and the Midwest Center for Labor Research.
- Includes current news articles, action alerts, list of
strikes and campaigns, and a link to the Union Jobs
- Canada labor news updated weekly.
- Updated several times per day, a great source of labor news
from around the world.
York Transfer News
- From Blythe Systems. "Since
1985... all the news that doesn't fit."
Censored - Each year
publishes the top 25 censored news stories and a weekly webcast
- "is an editorially independent website produced by individuals
who are dedicated to disseminating news and analysis about the
current political situation in Venezuela."
- Includes Radio Nation, Pacifica Network News, Democracy Now,
- Workers Independent News Service - (New!) "gather[s] news from labor unions and activists from across the country...then packages the material for distribution to radio stations and for print publication." Site includes audio streaming headlines.
Socialist Web Site -
From the International Committee of the Fourth
Labor & Union News -
Updated daily, it provides links to articles, audio, video, and
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- Bimonthly journal from Solidarity, "a revolutionary,
socialist, democratic, feminist organization." Web site provides
tables of contents and sample full text articles from current and
- Amandla! - From South Africa, a monthly magazine "written by, and for activists in political, labour and popular organisations, as well as progressive intellectuals at the universities, in NGOs, parliament, community based organisations, churches, journalists, lawyers, public officials in state institutions, etc."
- AFL-CIO site. Search engine provides access to archived
for Labor Rights
"The Grassroots Mobilizing Department of the U.S. Anti-Sweatshop
Current issue table of contents and selected full text
articles from current and previous issues. It provides an
"alternative to the corporate agenda and the dictates of the
global market ... [and] provides a forum for
- Climate and Capitalism - online journal focusing on capitalism, climate change, and the ecosocialist alternative.
- Quarterly magazine published by Applied Research Center
& the Center for Third World Organizing, Current issue table
of contents and selected articles from current and previous
- Convoy Dispatch -
Newspaper of the Teamsters for a Democratic Union.
- Tables of contents and selected full text articles from
current and previous issues.
- Direct Action - a monthly publication which "aims to help build the movement for socialism," from the Revolutionary Socialist Party in Australia.
Monthly publication of the International Longshore & Warehouse
Union. Full text articles back to January 1999.
- Articles going back to Winter 1999 issue. Includes a search
- From Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Inc.
- "Newspaper of the left."
Economic Justice Report
"A periodical on
global issues of economic justice" from Canadian Ecumenical
International edition of the Cuban daily newspaper. Available
in Spanish, English, French, German, and Portuguese.
Left Weekly -
Australia'a "independent voice committed to human and civil
rights, global peace and environmental sustainability, democracy
- Independent health and safety magazine out of the U.K. A
"Translate this site" feature is available.
These Times -
"magazine of news, opinion and culture, committed to extending
political and economic democracy and to opposing the tyranny of
the marketplace over human values."
"Official monthly publication of the Industrial Workers of the
Labor & Working Class History
- "combines a global view with the results of analysis by
economists, lawyers, sociologists, policy-makers and other experts
on the many factors determining the level, quality and
distribution of employment."
Progressive Publications Network
- Links to progressive publications. Searchable by subject,
continent, and country.
Journal of the International Socialist
Monthly publication of the Fourth International.
- Bimonthly publication of the Internationalist Group, section
of the League for the Fourth International.
Publication from the Japan Occupational Safety & Health
The "voice of union activists who want to "put the movement back
in the labor movement."
Party Press -
Official publication of the Labor Party, published 6 x /year.
Includes archives back to Nov. 1996.
"guided by the principles of working-class democracy and
revolutionary socialism represented historically by Karl Marx,
Frederick Engels, Rosa Luxemburg, V.I. Lenin and Leon
From the Union Label & Service Trades Department,
Capital, & Society
- Bilingual (French/English) journal on labor issues from the
Centre for Developing-Area Studies of McGill University. Published
twice a year.
Hook - "a
political journal hoping to serve as a gathering point for
American youth along the whole radical spectrum."
- A "a journal for the post Cold War left...a forum for open
and constructive dialogue between active socialists coming from
different political traditions."
Weekly newspaper of the Socialist Workers Party
Independent socialist magazine.
Report on the Americas
Quarterly publication of the National Network for Immigrant
and Refugee Rights.
Labor Forum -
Semiannual journal published from Queens College Labor Resource
Center in New York.
Semiannual journal providing an "independent socialist forum
for dialogue and debate on the left."
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
Official publication of the Building & Construction Trades
Council of San Francisco.
"one of the main voices promoting the activities and campaigns
both of the OWC and the ILC."
Monthly newspaper of the Socialist Labor Party
- Publication of the California Federation of
- Radical America - digitized and made available in PDF format by the Center for Digital Initiatives at Brown University (not a complete run).
"a magazine dealing with the history of the revolutionary
socialist movement, from a mainly Trotskyist viewpoint." From the
- Semi-annual publication of the Research Group on Socialism
Monthly newspaper of Socialist Action (USA).
Official organ of the Workers International League.
Register - Full
archives from volume one in 1964 through all but the last six
Monthly magazine of the newly formed Socialist Workers
- Socialist Voice - Based in Canada, "a forum for discussion of the principles of Marxism as applied to workers' struggles today."
Biweekly newspaper of the International Socialist
and Culture -
Table of Contents available from 1998 to current. Full text of
articles requires a subscription.
Frequently updated news from the United Electrical, Radio
& Machine Workers of America. Site includes a search
- Bimonthly publication from the Association for Union
Democracy. Selected articles are available in full
Next? - A
"discussion journal aimed at those who are interested in the
development of Marxism as a guide to action."
Weekly newspaper of Workers World.
From the Resource Center of the Americas, a non profit that
promotes justice, democracy, and human rights in the Americas.
Search for articles by country or subject.
"forum for creative dialogue between academics and union
leaders..." Table of Contents only, available back to
the Journal for Academic Labor
Provides searchable access to the archives of this monthly
publication and an interactive feature.
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Labor & Unions
- Bureau of Labor Statistics - From the United States Department of Labor.
Labor History Map -
"enables users to explore, by location, date, or text
search, over 1200 key events in the state's labor history."
of International Labor Comparisons: United State, Europe, &
Asia - From the U.S.
Department of Labor, charts and statistics compare a large number
of indicators from the1990s to the most current year data is
Picket Line - "home of the World Trade Union
Directory" and links to an extensive number of international trade
Labor - "an Internet port-of-entry for
working people" features Daily Labor News Digest, solidarity
campaigns, resources, and more.
Contracts Database - Contracts, formated in PDFs,
cataloged and listed by State, Union Name, and Represented
- Labor Education & Resource Network - includes "database to find negotiated work family contract provisions... tips on bargaining for work family benefits... Download resources..."
Unions - A directory of U.S. unions, support
organizations, and labor union portals.
- Librarians Index to the Internet: Labor - "The mission of Librarians' Internet Index is to provide a well-organized point of access for reliable, trustworthy, librarian-selected websites, serving California, the nation, and the world."
Labor Links - Links to a variety of union and labor
- Trade Union Publications: The Official Journals, Convention Proceedings and Constitutions of International Unions and Federations, 1850-1941 -Full text of this out of print three volume index by Lloyd G. Reynolds and Charles C. Killingsworth. Made available by the Catherwood Library and ILR School at Cornell.
- Union Reports and Collective Bargaining Agreements - searchable database from the Online Public Disclosure Room of the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Union Songs - "More than 610 songs and poems, over 250 authors" searchable by word or phrase.
- Young Workers United - "Young Workers United is a multi-racial and bilingual membership organization dedicated to improving the quality of jobs for young and immigrant workers and raising standards in the low-wage service sector..."
& Employment Law
- Employees Rights - From the Nolo Press online Law Centers,
click on the Topic "Employment Law."
Labor Laws - Outline and explanation of federal labor laws from the
University of Missouri Labor Education Program.
- FindLaw - Includes cases & codes with a full text searchable
database. Excellent place to start your research.
to Labor & Employment Laws for Migrant Workers in North
America - May be downloaded in English, French, and
- Cases, laws, and other materials related to "California
law of the workplace." (Note: links don't seem to work using
Information Institute: Law About Labor
- From the Cornell Law School, it provides links to federal
and state statutes, judicial decisions, and related
Runkel Employment Law Page
- From the publisher of the Employment Law Memo and the NLRB
Memo, the site includes free NLRB and EEOC information and
- Full text of bills from the current Congress back through
the 101st, searchable by bill number and key word or
- Searchable state government and legislative information from
Washburn University School of Law Library.
- Workplace Rights
- American Civil Liberties Union site includes recent news and
current hot issues.
Legal Information Institute
- Portal to labor and industrial relations websites world wide. A
collaborative project for "free, independent and non-profit access
to worldwide law."
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and Radical Libraries & Archives
Information & Development Centre (South Africa)
- "provides information on political, social, and economic
issues to activists, researchers and the wider community."
University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries
Russell Archives - McMaster Univ. (Canada)
Library, Cornell University
for Labor Education & Research - Univ. of Hawaii at West
- "Reading Room and Library of the Non-Corporate Press"
located in Gainesville, Florida.
Meany Center for Labor Studies
Collections & Labor Archives - Pennsylvania State
Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace - Stanford
Labor History Society
State University - Eugene V.
Relations Library - Princeton University
Association of Labor History Institutions
Institute of Social History
Institute for Research on Labor & Employment - Univ. of California, Berkeley
& Dorothy Newman Industrial Relations Library - Univ. of
Library, University of Oregon - Collections include
The Feminist and Lesbian Periodical Collection, Women in Society,
and the Labor Project.
Collection - Univ. of Michigan
& Industrial History, Manuscript Collection - Indiana Univ. of
& Industrial Relations Library - Michigan State
Labor Archives & Research Center, San Francisco State University
History Sources, Manuscripts Division of the Library of
Labor-related collections housed at the Department of Special
Collections, Knight Library, University of Oregon.
Films in the Library of Congress Collection
Relations & Research Center - Univ. of Massachusetts,
- (UK) "books, pamphlets and periodicals on all aspects of
Marxism, the science of Socialism and history of working-class
Ball Library, Industrial Relations Collection - Queen's Univ.
Community & Technical College
The library is building an alternative press
Archive of Latin America
Labor Union Archives - Southwestern Missouri State
Prelinger Library - "an appropriation-friendly, browsable collection of approximately 40,000 books, periodicals, printed ephemera and government documents located in San Francisco."
Prometheus Research Library - "research facility for a wide range of Marxist studies and also the central reference archive of the Spartacist League of the U.S."
Bingham Center for Women, Duke University -
"Printed materials and manuscript collections are particularly
strong in documenting women in the American South from the late
18th century to the present."
Library on the History of Women in America - Radcliffe Institute
for Advanced Study, Harvard Univ. - "collects
manuscripts, books, and other materials essential for
understanding women's lives and activities in the United States"
from the early 19th century onward.
of Management & Labor Relations Library -
Smith Collection - Smith College - "holdings
document the historical experience of women in the United States
and abroad from the colonial era to the present."
California Library for Social Studies &
"Library and archive on radicalism and social change." The
library holds the photo archives of the California Eagle
from the late 1890s to the late 1950s.
Labor Archives - Georgia State Univ.
Historical Society of Wisconsin
- Major holdings "include collections documenting American
military engagements, the civil rights and anti-war movements,
American socialism and organized labor..."
Institute Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives - New York
Archives of Autonomist Marxism
Labor Archives, Univ. of Texas at Arlington -
"official depository of the Texas AFL-CIO and its affiliates,
contains extensive primary records and publications relating to
the history of organized labor in Texas and the Southwest."
States Labor & Industrial History Audio Archive - Univ. at
Urban Archives, Temple University - "collections are particularly strong in areas involving social service organizations, unions, housing development, community organizations..."
Special Collections at the University of Maryland - "collection strengths include labor history and women's organizations."
Serge Public Library - Moscow
- "aims to acquaint the public with the greath wealth of
radical and alternative ideas that were forbidden in Soviet times
and are hardly heard in present-day Russia"
P. Reuther Library - Wayne State Univ.
- The United States Department of Labor library provides
online access to their catalog,, Labor Hall of Fame, and other
Class Movement Library (UK)
Historical Center Archives/Library
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- African Activist Archive Project - "preserving records and memories of activism in the United States to support the struggles of African peoples against colonialism, apartheid, and social injustice from the 1950s through the 1990s." Includes audio, video, posters, photographs, documents, and more.
Memory Collections -
Digitized collections from the Library of Congress. See especially
"African Americans - Pamphlets ~ 1824-1865" and "Woman Suffrage"
under the Political Science and Law topic.
Archives - An ongoing digital
project from students at the Claremont Colleges. Includes classic
anarchist pamphlets and journals.
Speech Database - English
translation of speeches, interviews, and press conferences from
1959-1996. Use the search engine or browse by year. Site
maintained by the Latin American Network Information Center at the
University of Texas.
- Civil Rights Movement Veterans - "This website is of, by, and for Veterans of the Southern Freedom Movement of the 1960s." Includes interviews, speakers bureau list, photos, poetry, articles, and much more.
- eBooks: Labor, Labor History - Index with links to digital books available on the web. Most are free, some require paid subscription.
Said Archives - Articles and
interviews by and about Edward Said. Also includes links to other
- Electronic Frontier Foundation, Freedom of Information Project - Search the contents of government surveillance programs, lobbying practices, and intellectual property documents.
Goldman Papers Project
- Primary sources, a Curriculum for Middle and High School
Students, an Online Exhibition, and many other materials are part
of this site.
Mandel Internet Archive -
"Our goal is to publish in the first place texts by Mandel
himself, next to commentaries, debates etc. on his work,
Sit-Down Strike - Multi-media
oral history of the Flint Sit-Down Strike of 1936-37 from the
Historical Voices project.
Speech Movement Digital
Approximately 35,000 pages of documents, oral histories, video and
sound recordings, and online finding aids to protest collections.
From the collection of the Bancroft Library at the University of
of Information Act, Electronic Reading
Room - Frequently
requested FBI case files are available in PDF format. Among the
100+ subjects included are: Cesar Chavez, Martin Dies, W.E.B. Du
Bois, Malcolm X (Little), Paul & Eslanda Robeson, the
Rosenbergs, Sacco-Vanzetti, Student Nonviolent Coordinating
Committee, Carlo Tresca, Leon Trotsky, the Weatherman
Underground, and Kent State.
- Pamphlets, leaflets, cartoons, photographs, GI newspaper
covers, and audio files, assembled by the Sir, No Sir! documentary
State - Primary source
materials, photographs, court papers, etc. on the shootings of
students on May 4, 1970.
Trotsky, Trotskyism and Trotskyists, focusing particularly on
biographical and bibliographical information and related issues.
Of particular note is their Authority File of pseudonyms,
acronyms, aliases, and pen names.
Sanger Documents - The
Sanger Project has made available electronic editions of published
articles and speeches. Links to other scholarly sites that have
mounted documents written by Margaret Sanger are also provided.
The project is sponsored by the Department of History at New York
Internet Archive - A
massive digital archive of "Marxism and all things related to it."
Primarily in English, this international volunteer project also
has a Multi-Lingual
Writers' Archive with
documents in languages from Albanian to Vietnamese. The
Writers' Archive includes
writings by Cannon, Engels, Guevara, Kollontai, Lenin, Marx,
Trotsky, Zetkin, and countless others. The Marxist
History Archive includes
original documents, the Subject
Archive is a subject
directory to the materials, and the Reference
includes"writers relevant to understanding the concepts of
Marxism." There is also an Encyclopedia
of Marxism, a
Section which provides an
introduction to Marxism, and a sister site of Leftist
Parties of the World.
- Pacifica Radio Archives - Audio of demonstrations; seminars; interviews with activists, authors, artists, and musicians from the 1949s to the present era available for download. Folio program guides have also been digitized and can be viewed and can be downloaded in low resolution PDF.
Security Archives - An
independent non-governmental research institute and library that
"collects and publishes declassified documents acquired through
the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)."
Gutenberg - Etexts of
books in the Public Domain (generally pre-1923). The project
chooses books "we hope extremely large portions of the audience
will want and use frequently." Works by Thomas Carlyle, Frederick
Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Theodore Dreiser, Jack London, and Upton
Sinclair, among many others, are available.
Collection - Electronic versions of documents from the collections of the
Michigan State University Libraries. Topics include the Birth
Control Movement, Black Panthers, Hollywood Ten, Industrial
Workers of the World, Evacuation and Relocation of Japanese
Americans, Native American movements, the Rosenberg and
Sacco-Vanzetti Cases, Scottsboro Boys, and many more.
- Raising Rebels: An Exhibition of Radical Children's Literature - Primarily digitized images of book covers, this "exhibition features biographies of radical activists, as well as the Young World Books series issued by International Publishers.... Also included are children’s books with feminist, labor, multicultural, pacifist, and racial themes."
Gompers Papers -
Documents, Photo Gallery, Index to the 7-volume "Samuel Gompers
Papers, and a Bibliography are part of this site. Sponsored by the
University of Maryland-College Park, the National Historical
Publications and Records Commission, the National Endowment for
the Humanities, and the George Meany Memorial Archives.
- Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project - University of Washington "multimedia project explores the history of movements for racial and economic justice in Seattle and western Washington state. The civil rights movement in Seattle... relied not just on not just African American activists but also Filipino Americans, Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and some elements of the region's labor movement." This web archive "features more than 80 oral history interviews with former activists as well as hundreds of photographs, documents, and research reports."
Project: Primary Document
Archive - Documents from the
Black Panther Party, Free Speech Movement, Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and many others from the
History Project -
"Documents, manifestos, reminiscences and essays, by and about the
revolutionary socialist movement in Canada and Québec in
the 20th Century." Not affiliated with any political
- Steeltown Digital Library - "Provides a variety of resources for secondary and college teachers who want to include attention to work and working-class studies in their courses. Featuring poetry, compelling images, historic maps, sample courseware, and teaching projects from across Ohio's Mahoning Valley..."
Working: 1870-1930 -"Digitized historical,
manuscript, and image resources selected from Harvard University's
library and museum collections that explore women's roles in the
US economy between the Civil War and the Great Depression."
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Safety & Health on the Job - Information
and links on legislation, workers' compensation, ergonomics, etc.
Also includes Spanish language safety and health resources.
Safety & Health
Statistics - This
Bureau of Labor Statistics site contains documents and reports for
viewing and downloading in PDF format.
Research Foundation -
Includes Rachel's Environmental and Health Weekly,
useful for articles and research.
Injuries to Civilian Workers in the United States,
1980-1995 - Statistics
on over 93,000 deaths by demographic and injury characteristics,
from the National Traumatic Occupational Fatalities surveillance
Monographs - Lists
- Commercial web site searches MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, and TOXLINE.
Free, but you must register.
Institute for Occupational Health &
Safety - Links to
services, databases, and full text documents.
York Committe for Occupational Safety and
Health - "100 pages of
news and information about on-the-job safety and health, plus more
than 1,500 links." Includes lastest World Trade Center safety and
Pocket Guide to Hazardous
Chemicals - Includes
permissible exposure limits, personal protection, and sanitation
& Environmental Medicine Resource
List - Comprehensive list of
governmental and nongovernmental Web sites, from Duke University
Health and Safety (OSHA) -
Site accesses speeches, regulations, statistics,
65 - List of chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive
- National Library of Medicine's search service to citations
in MEDLINE and other databases.
- "A California
Coalition for Worker Occupational Safety & Heath
Health and Safety Center -
Canadian site designed to "empower workers."
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Arts & Exhibits
- Art for a Change! - http://burn.ucsd.edu/
Image library from the BURN! Project includes posters from the
Spanish Civil War and Paris 1968, among several others.
- Art of Marxism - http://www.marxists.org/subject/art/index.htm
Exhibits from the Marxists Internet Archive. Also includes many
links to related web sites.
- Center for the Study of Political Graphics -
An "educational archive that collects, preserves, documents,
and exhibits domestic and international posters...for peace and
- Culture and History of America at Work - http://www.aflcio.org/gallery_hist/
Film, music, photo essays, and more from the AFL-CIO.
- Docs Populi - http://www.docspopuli.org/
Includes an archive of Cuban and Chinese poster art. From graphic artist and librarian, Lincoln Cushing.
- Graphic Witness - http://graphicwitness.org/ineye/index2.htm
Visual arts and social commentary from 1900-present.
- Inkworks Press - http://www.docspopuli.org/articles/IW/IW.html
"Searchable database of poster art from the archives of Inworks
- International Institute of Social History - http://www.iisg.nl/exhibitions/index.html
Virtual exhibitions from the archival collections of the IISH
located in Amsterdam.
- Kheel Center Labor Photos - http://www.laborphotos.cornell.edu/
A "digital collection of more than 1,000 photographs
documenting the ninety-five year history of the International
Ladies Garment Workers Union."
- Labor Art Exhibits - http://www.iir.berkeley.edu/exhibit/
From the institute of Industrial Relations, University of
- Labor Arts - http://www.laborarts.org/
Exhibits and permanent collections include photographs,
paintings, banners, and buttons.
- Mai 1968 - http://burn.ucsd.edu/paristab.htm
Posters from the ATELIER POPULAIRE (Popular Workshop), Paris,
- the Masses - http://digital.lib.msu.edu/exhibits/themasses/
Online exhibit of art work from The Masses magazine, mounted by
the libraries of Michigan State University.
- OSPAAAL Poster Archive - http://www.docspopuli.org/CubaWebCat
A prototype digital catalog of all known OSPAAAL (Organization
in Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa, and Latin America)
- Raising Rebels - http://library.syr.edu/digital/exhibits/r/RadicalChildLit/index2.htm
"An exhibition of radical childrens' literature" from the Syracuse University Library.
- Red Scare (1918-1921) - http://newman.baruch.cuny.edu/digital/redscare/
Database of almost 300 images. Includes chronological and
- Sam Reiss: Eyewitness to Labor History -
Online photo exhibit from the Robert F. Wagner Labor
- The Siege and Commune of Paris, 1870-1871 - http://www.library.nwu.edu/spec/siege/
Over 1200 digitized photographs, portraits, caricatures, and
other items from the Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special
Collections at Northwestern University Library.
- Sixties Project Special Exhibitions - http://lists.village.virginia.edu/sixties/HTML_docs/Exhibits.html
Digital exhibit of Sixties Buttons and political posters from
the United States, Cuba, and Vietnam.
- Spanish Civil War Posters - http://www.library.brandeis.edu/SpecialCollections/SpanishCivilWar/posters.html
"A checklist, with links to images of selected
- Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection - http://content.lib.washington.edu/protestsweb/index.html
"This database contains leaflets and newspapers that were
distributed on the University of Washington campus during the
decades of the 1960s and 1970s."
- WTO Seattle Collection - http://content.lib.washington.edu/WTOweb/
From the University of Washington Libraries Digital
Collections, a searchable collection of photographs, posters, and
documents illustrating the protests at the 1999 World Trade
Organization meeting in Seattle.
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The Holt Labor
Library provides these links for your convenience. While every effort
has been made to ensure that the information is accurate, the Holt
Labor Library makes no guarantees as to the accuracy or completeness
of the information on these sites, and is not liable for any
inaccuracy, error, or omission, regardless of cause.
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