The June 21, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 25, Whole No. 705) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
-Harvest workers organizing drive
-Georgia cases go to trial in Atlanta June 19
-Governor Young promises prompt action in Mooney case
-Tee-Bone Slim hits the straw belt in Kansas
-Prosperity hits the charmed land
-Bosses block laws to relieve unemployment
-Editorial: The mechanism of unemployment
-Forever by Covami (a.k.a. Covington Hall)
-July 4th picnic in Chicago at Beyers Grove
-110 conference at Ellsworth, Kan.
-A journalistic jackass by Radix
-Open forum in San Francisco
-Cops and American Legion suspend constitution
-Aliens do work on California bonanza farms
-Chairy: a commercialized graft
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