Industrial Worker (January 31, 1933)

Industrial Worker (January 31, 1933)

Articles from the January 31, 1933, Vol. 14, No. 107, Whole No. 840 issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-I.W.W. coal miners win full demands for honest weight

-Auto workers win decisive victory big concessions

-Class war prisoners angered at attitude of International Labor Defense

-Coal miners giving IWW warm support in Colorado fields

-Wobbly reports on Ramie, Wonder plant of tehcnocracy

-German unemployed to get union pay and 40-hour week

-Editorial: That technocratic "dictatorship"; Industrial vs political objective; The right men for the right job

-Politics at Boulder Dam is tangle of cheap intrigue

-European syndicalism and the I.W.W.

-Political actionist's red tape obstructs instead of helping

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

-I.W.W. coal miners in Colorado building strong organization

-Technocracy and political humbug by Jack Kenney

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