Cal Winslow is the author of Seattle General Strike: The Forgotten History of Labor’s Most Spectacular Revolt, forthcoming from Verso, also Labor’s Civil War in California. He is editor of E.P. Thompson and the Making of the New Left.
Everything You Need to Know About the General Strike that Shut Down Seattle 100 Years Ago
On February 6, 1919, the city of Seattle ground to a halt as 60,000 workers walked off the job in a general strike that would last 6 days. Workers from all 110 unions of the Seattle Central Labor... MORE
Working · February 6, 2019