Industrial Pioneer (February 1921)

Industrial Pioneer (February 1921)

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

CONTENTS

-The 'white terror' in Hungary - The Executive Committee of the Communist International of Youth
-Sunny California: land of romance and unemployment by Jack Gaveel
-Progress by Julia C. Coons
-The call of the IWW by H. Van Dorn
-Industrial Research, editorial
-"At the movies" by A Rebel Girl
-The development of tobacco growing by Chas J. Miller
-The International Council of Trade and Industrial Unions by A. Lozovsky
-The gates of tomorrow by Julia C. Coons
-Towards an international of action by George Andreytchine
- Dad-Burn-It's view of life by John E. Nordquist
-Report on Waste by the IWW Bureau of Industrial Research
-The bars say: no! by Edward E. Anderson (Written in Leavenworth Penitentiary)
-Evolution of the lumber industry by James Kennedy
-Fear not, organize!: an appeal to the lumber workers
-Be brave by John E. Nordquist
-International news by George Andreytchine
-Laborare est orare (Work is prayer)
-Truth by Julia C. Coons
-Technique and Revolution by G. Cannata
-The story of the sea by Tom Barker
-The defense situation by John Martin
-How I failed in my first business venture by "Operator"
-The scenery spoiler by Card No. 247770

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syndicalist
Apr 20 2014 02:50

Good deal