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SATURDAY, OCT. loth. 11)20
CLAY WORKERS' STRIKE
Uhrichsville, Ohio, Oct. 9th.
About the first of the year a clay workers
union was organized in this town. Sometime in
April the Clay Manufactors Association decided
that the Union was becoming too strong. The re
sult was that five men were discharged at the
Evans plant. A committee was appointed tto meet
the Company but they refused to meet' the com
mittee or make an adjustment in any way. A
meeting was then called and a strike vote was
taken and the vote was unanimous in favor of a
strike. This week is the twenty-third the boys
have been on strike but they will stay out twenty
three more if necessary. The company is importing
scabs but are only getting about one-fifth of their
Many of the men imported have been told by
"What strange power has Lenin? Why ",
j! does every adversary, one by one, fall before jj
j! him? Why do they all underguess him? Why !
i do all European governments 1 falter and !
ij waver between courses, losing their hold on
: half "their" populations, till Lenin can say ;
1 1 to Lloyd George, "I command more men in j
li England than you command"? Why is he the
! leader of the only nation that can dare to or- ;
1 1 der its population into war?
' I "The answer is that Lenin is a scientist in !
! a scientific world. Capitalism by its nature
; must follow its mad militarists into combat j
; with Soviet Russia, like months to a flame"; !
I; Robert Minor in The Liberator.
i by G. Zinovief f
; which is a history of the life of Lenin an- j
: swers many questions, like the above. It, is in
; tensely interesting, instructive and education- :
; al. All the world is asking what about Le- ;
li nin? This pamphlet helps to answer that
; : timely question in an understanding manner.
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the Company there was no labor trouble at their
plant of any kind. Many of these men had union
cards and immediately left. They are now building
houses on their own ground thinking to hold their
imported men more easily.
A Subscriber and a clay worker.
THE BETTER CLASS
The "better classes" are made up of all
kinds of people. Bankers, lawyers, merchants,
college men, and all people "worth while" are
there. The latest recruits are the American
Of coui'se, the legionaires are only there when
the "better classes" have certain work to do.
"When scabs and strikebreakers are1 needed,
when men are wanted to protect strikebreakers,
all the "better classes", and the legionaires and
thugs and gunmen join the police, militia jvnd
federal troops in shooting "respect" into the
bodies of the strikers.
In times of trouble, the "bettor classes" and
all people "authorized" to carry arms, stick
together against the working class.
The workers might learn something in solid
arity from the "better classes." They might
learn something in method from them, too.
You can do it too!
During the past two months we have
built np an army of dozens and dozens of
comrades who subscribe for a weekly
bundle of Toilers and sell them to other
workers in the ehops, at union meetings,
on the street, everywhere.
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