The One Big Union Monthly (December 1937)

CONTENTS -Christmas in prison -Sacrifice of the Asturian miners -"Resistance against fascism depends on us" from Bulletin de Information (FAI) -The IWW on high seas and waterfront: a history and tradition of action that presages great things for the future by John S. Morgan -Royalty is out of a job by Bert Russell -To those who preach passivity -Soybeans: the story of a worker's education in economics by Ralph Verlaine, x229442, IU 620 -To a hard working lumberjack by Carl Madsen, Card No. x193962 -What will labor's men in jail think this Christmas? -Who will make an end of war?: labor can stop capitalist's wars and lanor's interests demand that it do so by Card No. x226183 -The growth of wage slavery: development of the process of wage slave exploitation from the beginning of the capitalist system by John Sershon -The CIO in Lawrence by A Lawrence Worker -Book reviews: Poor Henry Ford! The bad capitalist did him dirt by Justus Ebert -The modern stegosaurus: defender of private property by A.B. Cobb -Education and "humanistic" approach by Chas. J. Miller 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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syndicalist
Jan 13 2016 16:40
I've seen this publication years ago in a public library. Thanks for putting it up electronically.