A packed second series number of One Big Union with several articles on the developing Spanish Civil War, illuminating rank and file stories from the agricultural fields, several fine pieces from Covington Hall including ‘Production for Use,’ John Sershon on the brutality of workplace noise, and don’t miss Fred Thompson’s School Days at the Work Peoples College.
The One Big Union Monthly. Vol. 1 No. 9. September, 1937.
Contents: Noise: An Intolerable Working Condition by John Sershon, I Decide to Become a Wobbly by A Seaman, Production for Use by Covington Hall, Another Letter From Apeland by Card x-141738, Migrating Workers by B.R., The Odyssey of a Farm Hand by Card x-302661, Schools Peddle Dope by A.B. Cobbs, What is a Scab? by Eli Hill, School Days at the Work Peoples College by Fred Thompson, A Soldier Returns bu Bill Wood, The Spanish Civil War by Joseph Wagner, Catastrophic Revolution by Brandt, Answer by Pierre Besnard General Secretary IMWA, The CNT and Reformism by Onofre Dallas, Factual Fables by Covington Hall, Book Reviews.
One Big Union Monthly was a magazine published in Chicago by the General Executive Board of the Industrial Workers of the World from 1919 until 1938, with a break from February, 1921 until September, 1926 when Industrial Pioneer was produced.
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