The July 12, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 28, Whole No. 708) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
-Billings pardon turned down
-Lewis and Howat fight it out in Illinois mines
-Wallace mines are closed down
-Injunction vs. John L. Lewis is contained
-Natives replacing Filipinos
-The "law" and the proven facts
-6 hour day favored by Montana A.F. of L
-Editorial: The Billings decision
-The warrior wind by Ralph Chaplin
-Industry more deadly than a battle field
-Lumber output drops in N.W.
-Landlord takes land and labor of Colorado farmer
-The Georgia trials by A North Carolina Worker
-Stalin gains in power as threat of war impends
-Fisher body workers strike brings out troops
-Stalin overcomes Right Opposition
-An analysis of graft
-I.U. 110 sends out call to workers
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