Industrial Pioneer (May 1924)

The May 1924 (Vol. 2, No. 1) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-May Day song by Ralph Chaplin

-International labor day

-No.744 missing in action by Eugene Barnett

-"Oh, for the life of a sailor!" by Publicity Committee, New Orleans Branch MTW of IWW

-The meaning of revolution by Archie Sinclair

-Labor under industrialized agriculture by James Lance

-A worker's wanderings, from Italy to South America by John Ashburn

-Rebel girls help the fight for solidarity by E.L.

-Hellish conditions in Eastern Kentucky by Alonzo Walters

-Learning from Henry Ford by J.E. and J.D.C.

-Their voices shall be heard though they speak in Spanish

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