Industrial Worker (January 17, 1933)

Industrial Worker (January 17, 1933)

Articles from the January 17, 1933 (Vol. 14, No. 105, Whole No. 838) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-Canadian "justice": Sioux lookout cases are rank frame-up

-Industrial Workers' unemployed union conference in Chicago

-Forced labor program urged on unemployed 'for God and country'

-A.L. Benson tried and convicted by blue grass jury

-Western coal miners face poverty thru lack of union

-Police refuse permit, I.W.W. seamen hold meeting without it

-Edward Quigly, well-known agitator dies of T.B. in California

-Editorials: The proof of robbery; Also the machine process; Has technocracy a plan?

-Lines of least resistance by T-Bone Slim

-Boulder Dam slaves riled at sky-pilots' efforts to whitewash

-"A man to man talk": about the marine transportation industry and its workers

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