By N. Papayanis
I The adolescence, 1871–1906.- 1 Early exchange Unionism. From the Federation of Copper-workers to the Federation of Metalworkers 1893–1904.- 2 French employees and international staff. The moves within the Lorraine, 1905.- three The fight for the Eight-Hour paintings Day. The Strike of Hennebont, 1906.- II The concern of progressive Syndicalism, 1906–1914.- four The hindrance within the CGT.- five The obstacle within the Federation of Metalworkers.- 6 Merrheim’s highbrow Formation. The Justification for Reformism.- 7 Merrheim the CGT and Antimilitarism.- III The conflict and its Aftermath.- eight the bounds of Antimilitarism.- nine Merrheim, Jouhaux and Collaboration.- IV The Postwar obstacle, 1918–1923.- 10 Merrheim and the hot Syndicalism.- eleven The June Metalworkers’ Strike, 1919.- 12 Merrheim’s ultimate Crisis.- Abbreviaiions utilized in Notes.- Notes.
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Below them were the skilled workers and miners, who constituted 7 percent of the workers. The 90 percent who remained were day-laborers and unskilled workers. 24 These foreign laborers were housed together and apart from other nationals. Foreign laborers also worked together, seperate from the French, and received lower wages. In short, Italians and other foreign workers stood out conspicuously from the native work force. 26 In one mine, that of Godbrange in Hussigny, a French worker wrote on the wall: ' L o n g live France!
2 Such a l a r g e concentration of heavy industry in the Lorraine also m e a n t a l a r g e concentration of miners and metalworkers in the area. It was these men who, beginning in the spring of 1905 and continuing t o the early fall of that year, staged several large, explosive, and violent strikes. Most of the work stoppages were in the northern end of the basin, dominated by the city of Longwy. Before 1905 there had never been more than ten strikes a year involving more than 1,800 strikers in the region, except in 1893 when there were 2,580 strikers.
33 This secretary would have primary responsibility for propaganda work in the basin. Unfortunately the experiment did not work well. The federation admitted that it had not adequately funded the regional secretaryship nor thought through its exact duties. Some in the federation also criticised the performance of the first regional secretary, Marius Blanchard. Consequently, the federation abolished this post and returned t o a system of central control over regional matters. At the same time, however, it resolved t o continue t o pay close attention t o the Lorraine.
Alphonse Merrheim: The Emergence of Reformism in Revolutionary Syndicalism, 1871 – 1925 by N. Papayanis