Industrial Pioneer (August 1921)

Industrial Pioneer (August 1921)

August 1921 Vol. 1, No. 7, Serial No. 7 issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

CONTENTS:

-Norway strikes!
-Soft hands by A. Miner
-International class unionism by George Hardy
-Sacco-Vanzetti: victims by Art Shields
-Crafty gossip
-Slopperene: it contains hog fat (Words by Jim Seymour)
-The ring around German capitalism (Translated from Die Rote Fahne)
-The educated Americans
-Industrial science and organization
-One union for all of us by Tom Barker
-The Rubiyat of El Vagabondia
-Waste by Walter N. Polakov
-The lunch hour gang discusses nationalism by J.E.
-Organization in the lumber industry
-Ownership developments in American basic industry by Perkons
-California agriculture demands industrial tactics by Mortimer Downing
-The spirit of Centralia victims
-Facts are universal
-Industrial unionism and the strike in steel by Robert Grayson
-The story of the sea by Tom Barker
-Tactics by Achef
-Economics in American universities by Max Lippet Larkin
-A letter from Russia by Card No. 418,588
-Nationalism and direct action in India by A Hindoo Nationalist
-Wobbles
-The British miners' struggle
-The question box
-Book review
-The International situation
-Defense news by Harry Feinberg, Sec'y
-Railroad juggling by Jan Rus
-A new periodical: the Marine Worker
-To marine workers of the world: organize to overcome the capitalist sea wolf

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