Industrial Pioneer (April 1921)

April 1921, Vol. 1, No. 3, Serial No. 3 issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

CONTENTS

-Red Russia and the IWW: a letter from Tom Barker
-Toward a definite syndicalist policy (Extracts from articles by Angelo Faggi of USI, Salvador Segui of CNT, French delegation to the Berlin syndicalist conference)
-Two conventions of Italian labor by G.C.
-The status of organized labor in Soviet Russia
-For a concerted plan of action by H. Van Dorn
-Organization by James Kennedy
-On the threshold of the great work of reconstruction in Soviet Russia by Karl Radek
-The star is risen by Julia C. Coons
-Conference on scientific organization of labor and production in Soviet Russia
-How industry is managed in Soviet Russia
-From Berlin to Moscow by E. Bouwman
-The Australian labor movement by J. Morris
-What have you done with the old men by Berton Braley
-"Let's go into business" by A Worker
-Ship committees - a problem in organization by Card No. 804943
-The story of the sea by Tom Barker
-Defense news by John Martin
-The International Council of Trade and Industrial Unions by A. Lozovsky
-The stranger by Julia C. Coons
-The story of a hard workingman and his white-collar son by H.V.D.
-A real love story by John E. Nordquist
-A statement by Zinoviev on the relation between economic and political bodies
-What our readers say about the Industrial Pioneer

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