Industrial Worker (May 28, 1931)

Industrial Worker (May 28, 1931)

Articles from the May 28, 1931 (Vol. 13, No. 21, Whole No. 753) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

CONTENTS

-Job-mab mobs at Boulder Dam

-Longshoremen ranks unbroken in lake ports

-Bakers strike in Duluth and Superior, Wis.

-Alaska is no longer a klondike

-Famous authors petition for Mooney pardon

-Rejoice and be glad

-Editorial: "Prayer, action and sacrifice"

-What duty to I owe to England? asks Chaplin

-Baxter's Buckshots

-The company regrets

-Theater owners proven to have framed bombing

-The crisis of capitalism

-Careless blast kills workers on Hoover Dam

-Craft unionist can't answer a pointed query

-Job News

-Jap miner sits on chimney to help win strike

This issue scanned for libcom.org as part of an effort which was made possible from funds donated by our users.

AttachmentSize
Industrial Worker (May 28, 1931).pdf2.12 MB