The February 14, 1933 (Vol. 14, No. 109, Whole No. 842) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
-Strikers close down Hudson Body plant
-Too many "isms" and not enough action in worker's trouble
-Unorganized slaves in Washington are beginning to think
-Utah miners paying dreadful price for lack of strong union
-Revolt in breadline brings improvement
-Direct action by farmers defeating mortgage sharks
-Editorial: So you're out of a job!; Up against the real thing; Don't you think it's time?
-Turning the cat loose? by T-Bone Slim
-Jobless on increase under Mussoloni's anti-labor fascism
-Technocracy group fired from Columbia for urging 4-hour day
-"Back to the land" or forward to freedom: which?
-Revolutionary Spain: unionists vs politicians
-Work Peoples College youngsters study and frolic
-Seismograph: the weekly record of cracks in the system prepared by Work Peoples College
-Non political industrialism: a bitter pill for theorists
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