Labor Quote of the Day: Henry McGuckin
“By and large, we were decent men and women who fought the day-to-day battles, took the blows, and shed the blood that made today’s labor movement possible, a movement that could profit from a fresh infusion of Wobbly commitment to social justice. We made mistakes, but were destroyed as an organization only because we were too successful. We made our mark.”
McGuckin was a IWW organizer and author of "Memoirs of a Wobbly"; he passed away in December 2016
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