Industrial-workers-of-the-world



noun
1.
an international industrial labor union, considered radical by many, that was organized in Chicago in 1905 and that disintegrated after 1920.
Abbreviation: I.W.W., IWW.
noun
1.
an international revolutionary federation of industrial unions founded in Chicago in 1905: banned in the US in 1949 IWW See also Wobbly

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