Industrial Worker (January 3, 1933)

Industrial Worker (January 3, 1933)

Articles from the January 3, 1933 (Vol. 14, No. 103, Whole No. 836) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-Paupers of Boulder Dam learning hatred born of desperation

-Marine Transport Workers of New Orleans urge seamen to organize

-IWW's get six months sentence. No defense witnesses or attorney

-Open shoppers fear "Baby Hoboes" may be contaminated by IWW

-Editorial: The I.W.W. and the four hour-day

-Present order is doomed by modern machinery says Scott

-"The Kangaroo Court" to be presented by I.W.W. in Seattle Hall

-Tom Mooney makes appeal to labor from his prison cell

-Minneapolis slaves are asked to picket politicians, not boss

-Politicians put skids under strike of Berlin transport workers

-Women are forced to work longer hours and for smaller pay

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