By N. Papayanis

ISBN-10: 9400951558

ISBN-13: 9789400951556

ISBN-10: 9401087814

ISBN-13: 9789401087810

I The youth, 1871–1906.- 1 Early alternate Unionism. From the Federation of Copper-workers to the Federation of Metalworkers 1893–1904.- 2 French employees and overseas employees. The moves within the Lorraine, 1905.- three The fight for the Eight-Hour paintings Day. The Strike of Hennebont, 1906.- II The problem of innovative Syndicalism, 1906–1914.- four The predicament within the CGT.- five The concern within the Federation of Metalworkers.- 6 Merrheim’s highbrow Formation. The Justification for Reformism.- 7 Merrheim the CGT and Antimilitarism.- III The warfare and its Aftermath.- eight the bounds of Antimilitarism.- nine Merrheim, Jouhaux and Collaboration.- IV The Postwar drawback, 1918–1923.- 10 Merrheim and the recent Syndicalism.- eleven The June Metalworkers’ Strike, 1919.- 12 Merrheim’s ultimate Crisis.- Abbreviaiions utilized in Notes.- Notes.

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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. During 1905 there were twenty-five strikes and 7,355 strikers in the Meurthe-et-Moselle. 3 It was these strikes that brought Merrheim t o 14 S T R I K E S IN T H E L O R R A I N E the Lorraine as a representative of the Federation of Metalworkers.

My role, therefore, is contrary t o your efforts'. 19 Following this interview, Clemenceau tried t o discredit the eight-hour workday movement by 'discovering' a plot by monarchists and the CGT against the Republic. The government searched the homes of leading monarchists, Bonapartists, and the revolutionary syndicalists, and on the eve of May 1, arrested for a few days monarchist and syndicalist leaders, including Pouget, Merrheim, Gaston L6vy, the CGT treasurer, and Victor Griffuelhes. The Beginning of the Hennebont Strike Nevertheless, in May, 1906, the CGT struck for the eight-hour workday.

In addition, it stated that before the Hennebont strike, he was k n o w n 'as a prudent man, incapable of being carried a l o n g t o commit a misdemeanor', and that he worried about the charges against him. Merrheim even talked t o Clemenceau about the possible arrest, telling the minister that the police were hounding him out of revenge and that the union's struggle against oppression was not a misdemeanor. 61 The meeting w i t h Clemenceau is interesting because it illustrates - no matter what the police agent wrote a b o u t violence - Merrheim's concern for his personal safety and his fear of governmental power.

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