Industrial Solidarity (April 7, 1923)

The April 7, 1923 (New Series, Whole Number 231) issue of Industrial Solidarity, a newspaper produced out of Chicago by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1921-1931.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on June 28, 2016

Contents include:

-Workers in Schawb's steel hell revolt

-California criminal syndicalism law declared useless and unamerican

-Solid Wobbly crews getting common despite criminal syndicalism law

-More men coming out in Bethlehem revolt

-Nonviolent coercion: is it practical in modern economic warfare?

-Communists call Foster's statements into question

-Machinery: friend or enemy?

-The labor spy and the American Federation of Labor

-Coal miners besiege I.W.W. for organizers and literature

-Getting an education at the Work People's College

-Labor movement in Japan

-Snowden moves to supercede capitalism with socialism

-The I.W.W. does not now and never has advocated violence

-Philadelphia M.T.W. hold successful mass meeting