Red Clydeside: A history of the labour movement in Glasgow 1910-1932
Industrial Workers of Great Britain
The Industrial Workers of Great Britain (IWGB) was a syndicalist group who believed that all workers should organise as a single class to take possession and control of the machinery of production and abolish the wage system. The IWGB was modelled on the original Industrial Workers of the World founded at Chicago in 1905.
||Syndicalist diagram depicting working class and master class forces in the battle for industrial supremacy, from the pamphlet Industrial Unionism published in 1917.