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http://blog.aflcio.org/ The AFL-CIO excellent collection of articles most on current news.


http://www.fabian-society.org.uk/int.asp  The Fabian Society is the UK's only membership based left of centre think tank.  Their link page is excellent.


http://www.fas.org/main/home.jsp Federation of American Scientists, formed in 1945 by atomic scientists from the Manhattan Project who felt that scientists, engineers and other innovators had an ethical obligation to bring their knowledge and experience to bear on critical national decisions, especially pertaining to the technology they unleashed - the Atomic Bomb.  In recent years, the mission of FAS has expanded to include our country’s critical challenges in housing, energy and education.

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/5202/rebelgirl.html memories of the IWW (Industrial Workers of the World, U.S.) by a participant, Elizabeth Flynn.  Covers her involvement and observations from 1905 to 1962.  


http://www.iisg.nl/~ialhi/   The International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI) brings together archives, libraries, documentation centres, museums and research institutions specializing in the history and theory of the labour movement from all over the world..  A vast historical library


http://www.iir.berkeley.edu/library/blg/culture.html the mother of collections of links and information. 

http://www.labornet.org/video.htm, an activist site with labor news and many links to videos, etc., with branch sites in other countries.  

http://www.labornotes.org/ , a monthly union & labor news publications

http://www.lawcha.org/education.php, another excellent recourse of journals, events, and much more.   

http://nationalpriorities.org/ Site of the National Priorities Project.  A study group with publications on government expenditures on the Iraq war, tax dollars and like.  Great resource with many visual aids such as maps and charts. 


http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk Excellent, comprehensive history site which stresses exposing the corruption of politics (US & British). 


http://www.wilaborers.org/generalinfo/ one of the better sites with a section on labor history, links, and much more. 



http://www.corpwatch.org/index.php a site with quality articles on corporate corruption and government support thereof. 


And our own on corporate news at http://www.political-analysis.org/coprn/



Research sites are maintained by the George Meany Center for Labor Studies, Wayne State's Walter P. Reuther Archives, Industrial and Labor Relations Library with the allied Industrial Relations Research Association. NYU's Bobst Library hosts the Tamiment Institute with the online research guides at the Robert F. Wagner Archives. Professional historians consult over the subject through H-LABOR 

North American Labor History Conference - NALHC

Ozarks Labor Union Archives

Samuel Gompers Papers Project: A Documentary History of Trade and Labor Unions in the US and Canada

H-Labor WWW Site

Welcome to the Center for Working-Class Studies Home Page

Library of Congress Labor History Manuscripts

LaborNotes Home Page 

nmahsweatshop exhibition -- floorplan 

SpotlightBiography: Labor Reformers 



AFL-CIOWorkin Progress 

MirabilisLTD.-UserLists- Labor Unions 




H-SHGAPEAHAPaper: Martin J. Sklar, "Capitalism and Socialism in the Emergence of Modern America, 1890s-1916" 


AssociationforUnion Democracy 

Teamstersfora Democratic Union 

GCIU:Searchfor a union print shop 

Welcometothe Center for Working-Class Studies Home Page 


TheOntarioWorkers Arts and Heritage Centre 



General American Labor History sites include an online general history of Labor in America, the Labor History Chronology. LaborNet has a nice collection of Labor Quotes distilled from this past experience. See also the discussion of A Concerned Clergy and the Labor Movement.

Local developments are the focus of the Illinois Labor History Society with its Tour of Chicago Labor History Sites and an online visit to the Union Miners' Cemetery at Mount Olive, Illinois. There are also a set of links on San Francisco Labor and Texas Labor History.

As well as the notice of May-Labor History Month, there are several online celebrations of May 1, the traditional labor day. These include: May Day Remembered, May Day, and May Day in Madison.

Global & International perspectives are provided by the International Association of Labour History Institutions and the Dutch International Institute of Social History has Labor & Business History Library with an exceptionally good index. See also Australia's Labour History, the Canadian Labour History Bibliography and Left History

LabourStart: Labour Webmasters Forum




http://www.peacevigils.com/music.html large collection of music links, (right click then open links in new window).


http://www.peacevigils.com/music.html, large collection of antiwar song links, various artists including Neil Young at http://streamos.wbr.com/wmedia/wbr/neilyoung/families4.3.wvx


http://www.op-critical.com/tunes.php hard rock songs


http://www.jtmp.org/, the Justice Through Music site, links to songs, plus lots of links


http://www.current.tv/pods/supernews/ about 20 pod cast political satire and music


http://www.airamerica.com/listen/, comedy, etc. Air America Radio