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Friday, February 04, 2005

Sabcat

In case you're wondering, the wild cat up in the profile section (and reproduced below) is not of my design. Instead, it is a famous symbol (but free to use) of the IWW. Anarchosyndicalism 101's FAQ states;
"The Sabcat symbol was designed by Ralph Chaplin, a prominent figure in the IWW in the United States, and is used throughout the world as one of militant unionism(the picture of a wild cat uggests -- unsuprisingly -- a wildcat strike, or one undertaken by a local or locals against the ishes or commands of a union bureaucracy or boss)."


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