Industrial Pioneer (November 1923)

The November 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 7) 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:

-Packing House Workers' Plight by H.L. Stoddard

-The Great New Orleans' Strike by Sidney Terry

-Berry betrays New York pressmen by M.J.C.

-Social conditions in South by J.W. Leigh

-Minneapolis' amnesty meets by Forrest Edwards

-Tacoma, Lumber Capital of America

-Profit sharing and management sharing

-It's the workers who know by Fred L. Tiffany

-On dividing labor by Alois Sennefelder Jr.

-Making machines of bank clerks

-"Goose-step" in economics. Review by C.B. Ellis

-Joe Hill: a biography by Ralph Chaplin

-Wool, man's first fiber

-Textile worker in trimming industry by Del. U-200

-International drug stores by A Drug Clerk

-Chain stores arouse interest by Tom Duncan

-The next world tragedy by Neil Gordon

-Interesting current history. Review by Phil Taft

-Labor movement and I.W.W. by James Morris

-Portland A.F. of L. convention (Editorial)

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syndicalist

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Submitted by syndicalist on April 12, 2017

Excellent!