Industrial Pioneer (October 1923)

The October 1923 (Vol. 1, No. 6) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-A modern general strike by Henry Hazard

-R.R. Company Union, Grecian gift by Julian Deuter

-"Rails": heart to heart talk

-Poem: The west is dead by Ralph Chaplin

-Labor hells in Dixie by J.W. Leigh

-Why are we discontented?

-Organizing in steel by Fred W. Bowerman

-In the domain of Standard Oil

-Story of a proletarian life by Justus Ebert

-Coming fuel and transportation trust by Edward E. Anderson

-The lads on the lakes by Card No. 416,897

-A visit to San Quentin by Archie Sinclair

-Immigration and national development by James Williams

-Henry Ford: a peculiar entity by Geo. Williams

-Wm. Mannings's "Key to Liberty" by Phillip Taft

-The man without a country by Covington Hall

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