Industrial Worker (July 12, 1930)

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).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on September 19, 2016

Contents include:

-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

-Baxter's Buckshots

-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

-Job News

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