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The One Big Union Monthly (February 1938)

The One Big Union Monthly (February 1938)

The February 1938 issue of The One Big Union Monthly, with articles on the Spanish Civil War, Sacco and Vanzetti and 'boring from within' unionism. Contributors include Covington Hall, Gussie Perlman, Bob Trochet, x22063, Bert Russell, Sophia Fagin andJustus Ebert.

CONTENTS
-The four-hour day
-Unionism at the crossroads by A Former Coal Miner
-The sun goes down by Covington Hall
-Maritime merry-go-round by C. Weed
-A radical is made by Beetee
-Modern murder (Dedicated to Sacco and Vanzetti) by Gussie Perlman
-For his master's sake: dedicated to Fellow Worker Harry Owens and other members of the IWW who fought and fell in the Spanish Civil War by Bob Trochet
-Factful fables: all about sitting in the game by Covington Hall
-Everybody's candidate by Card No. x22063
-On boring from within: in which it is clearly shown that we cannout build a new union by working inside an old one by Bert Russell
-The "uncontrollables" in Spain by Sophia Fagin
-Wet bulb - dry bulb by Jay Effie
-The Industrial Workers of the World
-Heave ho!
-Book reviews: Assignment in Utopia - Wobblies one meets there by Justus Ebert

Taken from CDs of JPG scans created by San Francisco General Membership Branch of the IWW
CDs provided courtesy of Nate Hawthorne/Twin Cities IWW Archives

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