The New Solidarity (November 1, 1919)

The New Solidarity (November 1, 1919)

The November 1, 1919, No. 51 issue of The New Solidarity, a newspaper produced out of Chicago by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1918-1920.

Contents include:

-Italian syndicalist convention to discuss expropriation of the bourgeoisie

-Charles Krieger trial exposes prosecution as conspirator to frame on victim

-Whiteman is guilty of preventing scabbery among colored men

-Win point in defense of Krieger case

-Criminal syndical law to suppress freedom passed in Indiana

-Seattle construction workers: making good progress toward job control

-Demanding the label on goods purchased fails in unionizing by Ed Britt

-International labor news notes

-Criminal syndicalism exposed to view by Podunk Red

-Workers of Germany casting aside the old forms, Industrial Workers of the World send greetings

-German radical unions unite industrially

-Editorials

-Breaking away from compromise: manifesto of Communist Party of Mexico

-Another Dred Scott decision pending by Covington Ami

-The beginnings of union organization in the United States by Justus Ebert

-Bulletin of Salt Lake district of miners of the I.W.W.

-Festival of terror in New York by Louise Bryant

-For great international strike: to compel "hands off" Russia by capitalists

-Defending the I.W.W. in Italy

-Astoria follows other thug-ruled towns by stopping meeting

-Great railway strike in England

-Russian Communists on Parliamentary action

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