Speech by Industrial Workers of the World leader William D. Haywood to a protest meeting held in the Cooper Union, New York City, May 21, 1912, over the trial of Lawrence Textile Strike leaders J.J. Ettor, of the IWW, and Arturo Giovannitti, of the Italian Socialist Federation, for murder and inciting a riot that led to the death of Annie LoPizzo, shot by the police, though they were miles away at the time. They were acquitted later that year after a mass campaign.
Speech of William D. Haywood on the Case of Ettor and Giovannitti, May 21, 1912. Published by the Ettor-Giovannitti Defense Committee, Lawrence, Massachusetts. 1912.
Contents: The Victory at Lawrence, What Ettor and Giovannitti Did, Cause of Lawrence Strike, All for Thirty Cents, A Common Organ with Common Needs, The Coming of the ‘Gray Wolves’, Dogs and Children!, The Murderous Militia, Annie La Pizza!, The Workers’ Only Violence, A Wonderful Strike!, No Counselors Needed, No Race Prejudice Tolerated, Democracy of the Strike, Significance of Impending Trial.
PDF of full pamphlet: https://archive.org/download/SpeechOfWilliamD.HaywoodOnTheCaseOfEttorAndGiovannittiMay211912/haywood-ettorandgio_text.pdf