The New Solidarity (December 20, 1919)

The New Solidarity (December 20, 1919)

The December 20, 1919 (Vol. 2, No. ?, Whole No. 59) issue of The New Solidarity, a newspaper produced out of Chicago by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1918-1920.

Contents include:

-I.W.W. sweeping South Wales

-Judge forbids I.W.W. to exist

-Kansas trial near climax

-Lewis betrays coal miners

-Soviets certain soon to prevail in Germany

-Detroit labor roused to defend free speech

-Change of venue from Centralia

-Editorials: The I.W.W. and the Iron Heel; Christmas; A.F. of L or non-union

-No hope of mercy for Mooney

-Students must pledge hostility to I.W.W.

-Twelve union negroes sentenced to gallows

-Henry Tonn seized on syndicalism charge

-A plan to get funds

-How shall we fight?

-Steel strike seems broken in Pueblo

-Class struggle is waxing hot in Spain

-Norwegian workers rally to I.W.W. cause

-Argentine seamen organize industrially

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