1927

September

Industrial Worker (September 24, 1927)

The September 24, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 38, Whole No. 562) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Europe resents U.S. bigotry by Heber Blankenhorn

-Canada needs harvest army

-Buffalo workers prepare for big membership drive

-Colorado miners call for test of strength Oct. 8

-New field for 310 delegates opened at Bend

-Lumber workers ask wage raise, propose changes

-The new red hunt in America

-History of American labor movement

-Shall we judge prosperity by wealth of few by George Speed

-Why Lumber Workers should demand more wages

-Duluth is scene of active meetings on industrial unionism

-Strikebreaker threat fails to phase teamsters

-Fletcher holds rousing meetings in New York City

-Why men strike is discussed on new worker book

-Delegates needed in logging camps of Mont. district

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October

Industrial Worker (October 1, 1927)

The October 1, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 39, Whole No. 563) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Colorado miners granted wage increase; will confer

-Deportation of all naturalized citizens urged by war veterans

-Fourteen miners held at Cheswick after police raid

-Pullman company makes big profit off porter's tips

-I.W.W. strikes of past show need of watching A.F. of L.

-Editorial: Industrial union and the coal mine workers; Help the Colorado miners win

-Thompson tells need of strikes

-Big crowds hear Buffalo talkers

-How job sharks extort fees from helpless workers

-Phil Engle dies after injury in street accident

-J.P. Thompson tells why I.W.W. is revolutionary

-Italian Wobs to have new office

-Radicalism not confined to any particular class

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Industrial Worker (October 8, 1927)

The October 8, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 40, Whole No. 564) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Governor refuses troops in coming Colorado mine strike

-Serious problems face convention of farm workers

-Farm machiner displaces hands by fifty percent

-Playing the fame of production

-Reason revealed why lumberjacks should organize

-Alaska salmon canneries

-Left wing labor urged to support Colorado strike

-Oakland, Calif., past, present and prophetic

-The Communist Party gone blooey!

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Industrial Worker (October 15, 1927)

The October 15, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 41, Whole No. 565) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Miners plan strike series; superintendent is acquitted

-I.W.W. members appear in case as prosecutors before the bar

-Discrimination to be met with repeated strikes in Colorado area

-Wages and hours are low and long in steel industry

-Playing the game of production

-Portland announces program of lectures

-Seattle labor to hold annual Debs memorial

-Woman discovers right to labor denied 'elderly'

-Physical test used as means to black list

-Thompson tells how proletariat is hope of world

-Chinese seamen pledge support, I.W.W. sympathy

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Industrial Worker (October 22, 1927)

The October 22, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 42, Whole No. 566) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Walsenburg hall raided!

-A.W.I.U. 110 reports good showing among farm workers

-San Francisco to hold meeting for Colorado strikers

-Labor's "bloodstained trail"

-Three columns of poetry

-Federationists chase 'reds' but patronize scabs

-Militant labor of Japan thumbs nose at company

-Ellis lectures on evolution to Portland crowd

-I.W.W. lines up Colorado beet, potatoe workers

-Longshoremen strike in N.Y.

-Montana pole gang strikes

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Industrial Worker (October 29, 1927)

The October 29, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 43, Whole No. 567) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-8,000 miners strike as C.F.I. gunmen start reign of terror

-Colorado mines completely tied up as I.W.W. and sympathizers out

-"We're with you", women pickets shout in Colo.

-Mass meeting held in rain in Seattle, Los Angeles woman gives her all for strikers

-Sacco and Vanzetti: is the case closed?

-Shall we call it propaganda or education?

-Advantages of the six hour day

-Job news

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November

Industrial Worker (November 5, 1927)

The November 5, 1927 (Vol. IX, No. 44, Whole No. 568) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Conference called!

-Miners clamor for membership cards in I.W.W.

-Masters growing desperate in Colorado

-Latest developments in Colorado miners strike

-Agricultural workers convention

-Rousing talks in San Francisco for coal miners

-Behind American flag, girls march against mine guards in Colorado

-Mooney reported refusing parole in pardon demand

-Australians boycott U.S. goods in Sacco and Venzetti protest

-Picture story of the Colorado miner's strike

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