Industrial Worker (February 14, 1933)

Industrial Worker (February 14, 1933)

The February 14, 1933 (Vol. 14, No. 109, Whole No. 842) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-Strikers close down Hudson Body plant

-Too many "isms" and not enough action in worker's trouble

-Unorganized slaves in Washington are beginning to think

-Utah miners paying dreadful price for lack of strong union

-Revolt in breadline brings improvement

-Direct action by farmers defeating mortgage sharks

-Editorial: So you're out of a job!; Up against the real thing; Don't you think it's time?

-Turning the cat loose? by T-Bone Slim

-Jobless on increase under Mussoloni's anti-labor fascism

-Technocracy group fired from Columbia for urging 4-hour day

-"Back to the land" or forward to freedom: which?

-Revolutionary Spain: unionists vs politicians

-Work Peoples College youngsters study and frolic

-Seismograph: the weekly record of cracks in the system prepared by Work Peoples College

-Non political industrialism: a bitter pill for theorists

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