Having recently worked with various materials related to the 50th Anniversary of the 1968 Revolts, we were reminded that the pamphlet series published by Solidarity over many years deserves some more time in the spotlight. Volume 31, published in late 1969, reprinting a report on a strike at the General Motors works in Flint, Michigan. The author had been a Maoist, but Solidarity republished a slightly abbridged version of the original report as it was such an excellent account of the events.

Walter Linder: The Great Flint Sit-Down Strike Against GM 1936-37; Solidarity Pamphlets Vol:31; 1969