The October 2, 1937 (Vol. 19, No. 33, Whole No. 84) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
-Drivers picket San Francisco docks, warehouses as leaders in inter-union war spit fire
-Covington Hall to teach at Work People's College
-Effort to steal Ohio foundry from IWW through framed election fails
-New farmer vigilante group is born in Washington fruit belt, IWW plans organization drive
-Painters pledged to fight militia strikebreaking
-Wobbly lumberjacks fight bad conditions in Northern camps
-Strange are the ways of man in a strange world by T-Bone Slim
-The world as it is
-One killed when Mexican workers oppose fascists
-Big C.I.O. Ford organization drive must wait while leaders promote political programs
-Civil liberties union protests southern peonage
-Negros to hold national congress
-We agree: the CIO is neither red or a threat to capitalism
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