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They named themselves the Independent Union of All Workers (IUAW).
Changing industrial relations, which Rachleff argues were characterized by national unions with "incorporated internal hierarchies and vertical structures," forced Austin's packinghouse workers, who were organized into a militant community-based union, the Independent Union of All Workers (IUAW), into the PWOC.
Peter Rachleff, "Organizing 'Wall to Wall': The Independent Union of All Workers, 1933-37," in We Are All Leaders, 66.