Industrial Pioneer (December 1923)

The December 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 8) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on April 12, 2017

Contents include:

-Amnesty by Christmas

-California, beautiful and damned

-Nailing Christ to the cross ahain by H. George Weise

-Hypocritical California by Archie Sinclair

-Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin

-Apples by AG-1351

-Out where the Oregon rolls by Fred Pugh

-Steinmetz: a genius who was a friend of labor

-Fairy wand of the ages

-I.W.W. in convention assembled

-Modern industrialism by Justus Ebert

-Boss florists' industrial union by Aaron Weber

-Wreck of the silk special by James Lance

-Revolution in the air by C.M. Ripley

-A farmer sees America first

-Situation in Germany by Louis Bartha

-Retrenchment in Hollywood

-Russia, Europe's savior by Neil Gordon

-Conveyor makes shoe worker appendage

-The lynching of Bud Williams by Adam Noir

-Winter in working class families by J.D.C.

-Workers education: now or for future?

-As Pioneer readers see things

-Last letters of Joe Hill

-War and Christmas by Robert Grayson

-A worker's wanderings by John Ashburn

-Gompers and deportation by Forrest Edwards

-Christmas in Cleveland by Edward Lloyd

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Submitted by syndicalist on April 12, 2017

Is there an attachment?