Sabotage

Elizabeth Gurley FLYNN (1890 - 1964)

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 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. (Summary by Enko)

Genre(s): Education, Political Science

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Introduction Enko
00:01:05
Play 01 Its necessity in the class war Enko
00:04:06
Play 02 General forms of sabotage Enko
00:02:17
Play 03 Short pay, less work, "ca canny" Enko
00:04:26
Play 04 Interfering with quality of goods Enko
00:01:37
Play 05 Boyd's advice to silk mill slaves Enko
00:01:47
Play 06 "Dynamiting" silk Enko
00:03:09
Play 07 Non-adulteration and over-adulteration Enko
00:03:33
Play 08 "Open mouth" sabotage Enko
00:04:41
Play 09 Following the "book of rules" Enko
00:05:44
Play 10 Putting the machine on strike Enko
00:02:56
Play 11 Print the truth or you don't print at all Enko
00:03:13
Play 12 Used sabotage, but didn't know what you called it Enko
00:04:03
Play 13 Sabotage and "moral fiber" Enko
00:04:58
Play 14 Limiting the over-supply of slaves Enko
00:02:04
Play 15 Sabotage a War Measure Enko
00:03:55