Chicago: The Rebel Worker, 1965. Mimeographed on variously colored pages. Side-stapled. 36 pp. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Good; wear on hinge and corners, toning from age, and some wrinkling. Item #6936
Issue 4 of The Rebel Worker, official journal of the Chicago branch of the General Recruiting Union of the Industrial Workers of the World, published Summer 1965. This issue was themed “The International Issue” and featured articles and letters highlighting the perspectives of comrades across the globe. The revival of internationalism was of great importance to the IWW at the time.
The Rebel Worker was a revolutionary journal published in Chicago by members of the Industrial Workers of the World and edited by Franklin and Penelope Rosemont, founders of the Chicago Surrealist Group.
Circulation of The Rebel Worker never exceeded more than 2000 copies, making this an exceedingly rare publication.