The November 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 7) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.
-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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