Industrial Pioneer (December 1923)

The December 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 8) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-Amnesty by Christmas

-California, beautiful and damned

-Nailing Christ to the cross ahain by H. George Weise

-Hypocritical California by Archie Sinclair

-Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin

-Apples by AG-1351

-Out where the Oregon rolls by Fred Pugh

-Steinmetz: a genius who was a friend of labor

-Fairy wand of the ages

-I.W.W. in convention assembled

-Modern industrialism by Justus Ebert

-Boss florists' industrial union by Aaron Weber

-Wreck of the silk special by James Lance

-Revolution in the air by C.M. Ripley

-A farmer sees America first

-Situation in Germany by Louis Bartha

-Retrenchment in Hollywood

-Russia, Europe's savior by Neil Gordon

-Conveyor makes shoe worker appendage

-The lynching of Bud Williams by Adam Noir

-Winter in working class families by J.D.C.

-Workers education: now or for future?

-As Pioneer readers see things

-Last letters of Joe Hill

-War and Christmas by Robert Grayson

-A worker's wanderings by John Ashburn

-Gompers and deportation by Forrest Edwards

-Christmas in Cleveland by Edward Lloyd

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