The Boycott
Lafargue, Paul

Date Written:  23/11/1901
Year Published:  1901  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10524

The boycott, which the bourgeoisie regards with sentimental tenderness when directed against the trade of its commercial rival, it considers as a crime when employed by the workers in defence of their livelihood. The mere blacklisting of a workshop by a trade union is an offence, in Europe as well as in America, punished by law and the infliction of civil damages, calculated to exhaust the treasury of the union and break down the power of resistance of the workers.

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