Industrial Worker (March 8, 1932)

Industrial Worker (March 8, 1932)

Articles from the March 8, 1932 (Vol. 14, No. 60, Whole No. 793) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-San Jose leads off in 6-hour move

-Boulder Dam Job continues to take toll of workers lives

-Harlan mines cut wages of all employees

-Detroit's ringing challenge

-Jobless seek to enlist in Chinese army

-Editorial: A capitalistic hock shop

-New York plans new campaign

-Thompson and Cogan debate opportunism

-Mother Mooney speaks in N.Y.

-Jas. P. Thompson to make tour through East

-Bad conditions in Norway but syndicalism gains

-The I.W.W. tells its own story by F.W. Thompson

-Bull pen for union men on Boulder Dam

-Relief bills to be vetoed is indicated

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