Industrial Worker (March 21, 1933)

Industrial Worker (March 21, 1933)

Articles from the March 21, 1933, Vol. 14, No. 114, Whole No. 847 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Content includes:

-Big IWW drive is on in Detroit

-Coal barons start drive to railroad striking miners

-War-mongers attempt to to militarize bands of unemployed youths

-Miner's wife praises G.D.C.

-Important defense meeting for Chicago

-C.P.R. slashing pay of Canadian rails

-Irish railway strike is still unbroken; tactics become rough

-Editorials: Machinery, past, present, future; Science, court of last appeal; The bread and butter problem solved

-Capitalism finished by Covington Hall

-Miners in Illinois are losing patience with gun-thug rule

-Stirring mass meeting held in Oakland, California

-Solidarity at Swastika mine

-No jobless relief; Chilean slaves sent to hills for "gold"

-Big bankers get cash as banks go crash

-To the miners of Kentucky

-Youth of America driven into crime by curse of poverty

-Capitalism starves able-bodied workers but rewards idiots

-Can technocrats survive attacks of capitalism

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