by Inernational Woodworkers of America, Columbia River District Council No. 5
Portland, OR: Inernational Woodworkers of America, 1941. First issue of the short-lived tabloid format newspaper, 12p., evenly toned, horizontal fold, otherwise very good. One microfilm holding found in OCLC as of September 2016. Amid news related to timber in the Pacific Northwest, argues that the CIO must be taken back from subversive elements and "false prophets of utopia." Editorial statement argues that "So-called labor newspapers in Portland, in San Francisco, and in Seattle, have failed to voice the true policies of the CIO, but have rather, made themselves the mouthpieces of despotic philosophies which no honest union man can abide. (Inventory #: 208441)
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