Sabotage cover

Sabotage

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890-1964)

1. 00 – Introduction
2. 01 – Its necessity in the class war
3. 02 – General forms of sabotage
4. 03 – Short pay, less work, “ca canny”
5. 04 – Interfering with quality of goods
6. 05 – Boyd’s advice to silk mill slaves
7. 06 – “Dynamiting” silk
8. 07 – Non-adulteration and over-adulteration
9. 08 – Interfering with service. “Open mouth” sabotage
10. 09 – Following the “book of rules”
11. 10 – Putting the machine on strike
12. 11 – Print the truth or you don’t print at all
13. 12 – Used sabotage, but didn’t know what you called it
14. 13 – Sabotage and “moral fiber”
15. 14 – Limiting the over-supply of slaves
16. 15 – Sabotage a War Measure

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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.