Industrial Worker (February 7, 1933)

Articles from the February 7, 1933 (Vol. 14, No. 108, Whole No. 841) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on January 16, 2017


-6,000 auto workers strike in Detroit

-Workers at Boulder Dam 'gyped' again by wage-cut experts

-Ben Fletcher ill

-Editorial: Machinery vs men

-New I.W.W. pamphlet the "General Strike" discovered by press

-Robot typewriter ready to displace myraids of stenos

-The General Strike: a review and a critisism by Covami (a.k.a. Covington Hall)

-An appeal to marine workers by D.N.

-Unorganized miners helpless to combat hunger and poverty

-Seismograph: the weekly record of cracks in the system prepared by Work Peoples College

-Comrat Sam slays technocracy

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