Industrial Worker (March 3, 1917)

Articles from the March 3, 1917 (Vol. 1, No. 47, Whole No. 47) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Submitted by Juan Conatz on July 29, 2016

Contents include:

-A fight, not alone for liberty of seventy-four, but freedom of workingclass

-Intense, bitter, cruel by W.D. Haywood

-Guarantee of defense by Forrest Edwards

-Gunmen attack pickets, kill and injure

-Harry Feinberg

-Prisoners write Everett jail conditions and activities

-Adolph Ersson

-A monstrous farce tragedy by Attorney Fred H. Moore

-Story of unequaled barbarity and lawlessness! by C.E. Payne

-Strange acts cause for alarm by Morris Levine

-A message by W.D. Haywood

-Editorials: "Constructive murder" of justice; Something wrong!; International class solidarity

-"Can't read that stuff on the streets of Everett"

-Life of following migratory work

-Life meant struggle and revolt to Jack London

-Everett struggle is part of human evolution to freedom by C.E. Payne

-The battle of Everett by John E. Nordquist

-Moulding sentiment against prisoners by Charles Ashleigh

-Are you worth fighting for? by Charles Ashleigh

-Is there a class struggle?

-A segment, a miniature of what labor is enduring everywhere, all the time by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

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