1924

Industrial Pioneer (July 1924)

The July 1924 (Vol. 2, No. 3) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-Smoke wreaths and visions by James Lance

-The farmers and industry by John Hayhand

-"The dreaded yellow peril" by Sydney Weise

-Railroad work and railroad workers by Alonzo Walters

-The causes of unemployment by Justus Ebert

-Industrial unionism in building industry by Del. B4-11

-Childhood and the evil influence of capitalism by J.D. Carliph

-The new labor displacers by Joseph Ostrander

-The IWW at home and abroad

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Industrial Pioneer (January 1924)

The January 1924 (Vol. 1, No. 9) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-1924 is beginning by Edward Lloyd

-Vision of new day in California by Archie Sinclair

-California holds the key

-The potteries of England by Wilfred Braddock

-Economic background of KKK by Hubert Langerock

-Wonders of modern science

-The widow, poem

-Other people's kids

-What might have been by James Lance

-Scandinavia's labor movement

-Greatest I.W.W. convention

-Wall St. Wolves and the Wobs

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Industrial Pioneer (February 1924)

The February 1924 (Vol. 1, No. 10) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-Three letters, full of war

-A migratory worker's diary by James Foy

-Europe: a new interpretation by Blair

-Why "red communism" failed by Neil Gordon

-An ex-service man's views

-The deportation mania: review

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Industrial Pioneer (March 1924)

The March 1924 (Vol. 1, No. 11) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents include:

-The men of the lakes by James Lance

-Now that the storm is subsiding by Archie Sinclair

-The White Goods Girls' strike by Jennie D. Carliph

-General Construction workers campaign begins

-New Orleans costly scabs

-The Fords and billionairedom

-City labor vs. country labor

-French syndicalism in perilous condition by E. Mast

-What the movie photographed at Centralia, on Armistice Day, Nov. 11, 1919 by Ralph Chaplin

-Editorial: The death of Lenin; The rise of Ramsay McDonald

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Industrial Pioneer (April 1924)

The April 1924 (Vol. 1, No. 12) issue of the Industrial Pioneer, an early publication of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Contents includes:

-Slavery exists in West Virginia by Edward Lloyd

-The immigrant and his home ties by C-4-226

-The negro: a subject race by Vern Smith

-Women and the IWW

-Crossing the Mason-Dixon line

-Lenin: toiler and dreamer by John Ashburn

-Large scale mining makes robots

-The abolitionists and the IWW by A Columbia River Rebel

-Ku Klux Klan tries intimidation by Harry Fisher

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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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Industrial Pioneer (June 1924)

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

Contents include:

-The political earthquakes by Neil Gordon

-The late Hugo Stinnes; Germany's real Kaiser

-Is industry slowing down? by Fred W. Bowerman

-IWW comes back in New England

-From the hell of wage slavery to industrial heaven by Pasquale Russo

-The land of sunshine and serfdom by Californian

-The efficiency of capitalism by J.A. MacDonald

-The crimes of capital by Frank Myers

-Brief editorials: A hold up; Undone by superwisdom; The pacifist outburst; The Farmer-Labor Convention

-A message to the IWW by Covington Ami

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