Labor Unity. Vol. 2 No. 4. May, 1928.

Labor Unity. Vol. 2 No. 4. May, 1928.

Contents: Cover by Fred Ellis, Organize TUEL!, The Miners Take Over Their Strike, Save-The-Union Conference by Jack Lee, New Bedford Checks a Wage Cut by a Mill Committeeman, Passaic Today by August Erdie, Progressive Rail Road Congress, Who is Jobless? by Solon De Leon, Class War in China by Li Chen, Organizing Working Women The Task of the Left Wing by Eva Shafran, New Technique Takes Builders Jobs by Jack Johnstone, Mules by Joseph Vogel, The RILU Program, Editorials, Review of Events, Foreign labor Notes.

Labor Unity was the monthly journal of the Trade Union Educational League (TUEL), which sought to radically transform existing unions, and from 1929, the Trade Union Unity League which sought to challenge them with new “red unions.” The Leagues were industrial union organizations of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) and the American affiliate to the Red International of Labor Unions. The TUUL was wound up with the Third Period and the beginning of the Popular Front era in 1935.

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