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Bill Haywood had left the WFM and was organizing for the IWW by the time the Lawrence textile strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts garnered national attention. On January 11, 1912, textile mill workers in Lawrence left their jobs in protest of lowered wages. Within a week, twenty thousand workers were on strike. The IWW already had a presence in Lawrence and assumed leadership of the strike.
Max Eastman "Bill Haywood, Communist"
www.marxists.org/archive/eastman/1921/bill-haywood.htm - Web
David Karsner "William D. Haywood,Communist Ambassador to Russia"
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Lewis Gannett "Bill Haywood in Moscow"
www2.cddc.vt.edu/.../0900-gannett-haywoodmoscow.pdf - Web
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