Industrial Worker (October 15, 1927)

Industrial Worker (October 15, 1927)

The October 15, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 41, Whole No. 565) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Miners plan strike series; superintendent is acquitted

-I.W.W. members appear in case as prosecutors before the bar

-Discrimination to be met with repeated strikes in Colorado area

-Wages and hours are low and long in steel industry

-Playing the game of production

-Portland announces program of lectures

-Seattle labor to hold annual Debs memorial

-Woman discovers right to labor denied 'elderly'

-Physical test used as means to black list

-Thompson tells how proletariat is hope of world

-Chinese seamen pledge support, I.W.W. sympathy

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