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Industrial Worker (July 5, 1930)

The July 5, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 27, Whole No. 707) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Wage scales in Harvest "fixed"

-Medical graft in state relief

-Unemployment data of census are worthless

-Another labor bank venture goes haywire

-Editorial: The tragedy of industry

-"The marshal will cut your hair" by T-Bone Slim

-Baxter's Buckshots

-Bosses' share of production is not reduced

-The killings at Peshawar

-Picnic July 6th favored by gods

-Doughnuts and devil doctors in Kansas City

-An analysis of graft

-Western Pac. and Big G to start work in Calif.

-Job news

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Industrial Worker (July 12, 1930)

The July 12, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 28, Whole No. 708) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Billings pardon turned down

-Lewis and Howat fight it out in Illinois mines

-Wallace mines are closed down

-Injunction vs. John L. Lewis is contained

-Natives replacing Filipinos

-The "law" and the proven facts

-6 hour day favored by Montana A.F. of L

-Editorial: The Billings decision

-The warrior wind by Ralph Chaplin

-Baxter's Buckshots

-Industry more deadly than a battle field

-Lumber output drops in N.W.

-Landlord takes land and labor of Colorado farmer

-The Georgia trials by A North Carolina Worker

-Stalin gains in power as threat of war impends

-Fisher body workers strike brings out troops

-Stalin overcomes Right Opposition

-An analysis of graft

-I.U. 110 sends out call to workers

-Job News

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Industrial Worker (July 19, 1930)

The July 19, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 29, Whole No. 709) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Lewis loses out in Illinois

-John McDonald, Mooney witness shows up in Baltimore, Maryland

-Moclips strike still on

-Move to bar Russian lumber from U.S. as convict made

-Editorial: The six hour day

-Baxter's Buckshots

-Evolution

-"Red" issue in injected into Russian church row

-Stalin will not be Russian Premier

-Service for nothing

-110 raises wage from $.,50 to $4 in Sutton, Nebraska

-A pamphlet with a potent punch

-An analysis of graft

-Salt Lake still stealing labor under vag law

-Thompson gets comrades' goat in Vancouver

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Industrial Worker (July 26, 1930)

The July 26, 1930 (Vol. XII, No. 30, Whole No. 710) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Organization struggle on in harvest

-Plain words of Britt Smith on the Communists

-Prison made twine to bind wheat

-John MacDonald comes back to tell his story

-Auto mechanics and teamsters strike in Butte

-Editorial: The intellectual squid

-Baxter's Buckshots

-State police club and beat Flint strikers by Claude Erwin

-Women and girls do farm labor while men do housework

-Railroad bull takes property of card member

-An analysis of graft

-Wages 'jippoed' down to 'normal' in copper belt

-Job news

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