Direct Action: World Labour News (1960s)

World Labour News V.2 #6 (12) - Nov/Dec. 1961

"English Paper of the International Working Mens Association"

- Ghana: Economic Blitz is met by direct action

- Rootes Workers Fight for a Principle

- What about it, Mr. Foulkes?

- 'Nkrumah does no wrong' --- a discredited slogan!

- Ireland: Blind Workers Strike at Election Time

- Union sells out teachers

- Figs & Thistles

- IWMA Congress Calls for Rebel Link-Up

- The Committee of 100

- IWMA World Call

- The lonely isle

- Mahler's 50 year fight against injustice

- Canada: Inter-Union Battle Flares in Ontario

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Direct Action: World Labour News V.4 #8 (26) - August, 1963

For workers direct control of Industry
Paper of the International Workers Association

- Harold Wilson plans wage freeze

- Queen Fred's welcome

- South Africa - industrial action is the next step

- Operation Porton

- Castro, No! Yanquis, No! Cuba, SI!

- Rachman is dead

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Direct Action: World Labour News V.4 #12 (30) - December, 1963

For workers direct control of Industry
Paper of the International Workers Association

- Overtime Ban!

- Parents take direct action

- London busmen's claim

- The same old story

- SWF Conference

- How tourism helps Franco

- Snooper unlimited again

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.6 #8 (50) - August, 1965

Monthly Paper of the Syndicalist Workers' Federation (IWMA)

- When the CP Supported the US Bomb

- Railways

- Direct actionists assert [Romanies] camping rights

- Draughts men's leaflet call for direct action

- Law & Worker

- Dock union

- Wages & Prioces

- Call to Young Workers

- Help Spanish Tourist Boycott

- Unemployment' dole?

- IWW Org anises Migratory Workers

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.6 #9 (51) - September, 1965

Monthly Paper of the Syndicalist Workers' Federation (IWMA)

- Stand by the Dockers!

- Beside the fascist seaside

- Railmen

- 100 % Labour: 40% rent rises!

- Syndicalists in the Warsaw Rising

- IWW: Shorter Week

- Rose-tinted vodka glasses

- Labour's Racialist Policy

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.6 #10 (52) - October, 1965

Monthly Paper of the Syndicalist Workers Federation (IWMA)

- Defend the Right to Strike!

- Bolivian Miners

- Seamen Need a National Policy

- Calling all building workers

- Hands of the Shop Stewards!

- The True Tale of Ned Ludd

- The new treason

- Misplaced 'Militancy'

- CIA Fand Kashmir Flames

- Release Iberian Prisoners

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.6 #11 (53) - November, 1965

Monthly Paper of the Syndicalist Workers' Federation (IWMA)

- Car Workers Face Crisis

- Three Libertarians Freed in Spain

- Industrial Militants Get Together

- Building Workers Win Key Struggle

- No Africans Need Apply

- Joe Hill

- Glasgow Barmen

- Tyne Dockers

- Industrial Unions

- Industrial Youth Organise

- Syndicalism in Poland

- Rank & File Seamen Prepare for Conference

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.6 #12 (54) - December, 1965

Monthly paper of the Syndicalist Workers' Federation (IWMA)

- Solidarity with Will Grunter

- Swedish Syndicalists and the CNT of Spain

- Kent Homeless Take Direct Action

- SWF 7th Conference

- Parliament is a Confidence Trick

- Letter

- Telephonists Show the way

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Direct Action: For workers direct control V.7 #1 (55) - January, 1966

Monthly Paper of the Syndicalist Workers Federation (IWMA)

- Wage Freeze

- Manchester Vietnam demo attacked

- CNT Militants Denounce 'Criminal Manoeuvre"

- Lest Ye Be Judged

- An 'Experience' We Can well do Without

- Young Teachers form Action Committee

- General Strike Threat Is Winner

- Union bureaucrats fall out on Tyneside

- Steelmen Get pay Cut

- Matter of LIfe & Death

- Industrial News

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