The New Solidarity (November 22, 1919)

The November 22, 1919, No. 54 issue of The New Solidarity, a newspaper produced out of Chicago by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1918-1920.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on July 7, 2016

Contents include:

-Business men start murder, state officials back them

-What manner of man is a Wobblie on trial?

-British shop steward movement

-Betraying the workers to capitalist class with fake reforms by Hungarian Worker

-International labor news notes

-What can be done with unorganized sailors

-Organizing the Marine Workers in New York sticking to No. 8

-The wandering slave at last a member

-Those awful reds?

-Writing the record of democracy's crimes

-Raid on I.W.W. puts Paterson in fashion

-Advancing proletariat in Colorado fields

-Chaplin meetings good

-Editorials by C.E. Payne

-Shout Americanism to privates: my impressions of the American Legion convention by John Gallagher

-Colorado mine workers making for progress

-Hollanders call for solidarity

-Some actions of 400 convention