Industrial Pioneer (August 1923)

The August 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 4) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on March 17, 2017

Contents include:

-Henry Ford for President

-San Pedro General Strike

-110's best drive ever

-The modern Prometheus

-Harding's "Lettre Du Cachet" by Leone Esmond

-Super-power capitalism

-Judge Gary exposed

-The worm turns by Archie Sinclair

-Significance of modern city by George Williams

-Brockton Shoe Workers' Revolt

-How to strike by Vern Smith

-Labor turns to banking by Alois Sennefelder Jr.

-Tintinabulated Jazz band by Wm. Akers

-Interviews with hoboes by Jim Seymour

-Civil liberties in Los Angeles by Upton Sinclair

-Tony the immigrant by Pasquale Russo

-A visit to Liberty Hill

-Wages, prosperity, depression by Philipp Taft

-Industrialist vs statist

-Talking American

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