What's Wrong With ME?  

No, seriously, I want to know.

You see, here I am on line wanting to buy movies. Yeah for the writers' strike being over, but I'm salivating at titles like:

From Wharf Rats to Lords of the Docks: The Life and Times of Harry Bridges
Haskell Wexler directed this film version of Ian Ruskin performing his one-man show about Harry Bridges, the extraordinary leader of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, to a packed house of 1000 longshore workers. Includes appearances by Elliott Gould and Ed Asner, as well as music by Jackson Browne, Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Sarah Lee Guthrie and others.
(2007, 82 min) $24


Rebuilding San Francisco 1906-1910: The Workers Story
In the weeks following the 1906 Earthquake, thousands of union tradesmen – piledrivers, ironworkers, bricklayers, electricians, plumbers and countless others, worked to rebuild the city of San Francisco.
(2006, 27 min) $20

Or how about Argentina?
The Take
Thirty unemployed auto-parts workers occupy their factory in the wake of Argentina's spectacular economic collapse.
(2004, 87 min.) $30

What about Women struggling to organize?

Bread & Roses
Gripping story of a group of immigrant workers who take a stand against the million dollar corporation who exploit them. Cannes Film Festival Golden Palm Award nominee. $15

Damn, I just don't think I have enough money to make it possible to buy everything that Labor Heritage offers!


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