Industrial Worker (October 2, 1937)

Industrial Worker (October 2, 1937)

The October 2, 1937 (Vol. 19, No. 33, Whole No. 84) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Drivers picket San Francisco docks, warehouses as leaders in inter-union war spit fire

-Covington Hall to teach at Work People's College

-Effort to steal Ohio foundry from IWW through framed election fails

-New farmer vigilante group is born in Washington fruit belt, IWW plans organization drive

-Painters pledged to fight militia strikebreaking

-Wobbly lumberjacks fight bad conditions in Northern camps

-Strange are the ways of man in a strange world by T-Bone Slim

-The world as it is

-One killed when Mexican workers oppose fascists

-Big C.I.O. Ford organization drive must wait while leaders promote political programs

-Civil liberties union protests southern peonage

-Negros to hold national congress

-We agree: the CIO is neither red or a threat to capitalism

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