LABOR: A School for Strikers

Three years ago William Z. Foster, notorious radical leader and chief organizer of the steel strike in 1919, predicted that in the near future strikes would be organized with all the scientific preparation of a military campaign, with a trained commissary department, shock troops, labor liberty loans, conscription of strikers' families, and all the material, financial equipment, and propaganda necessary to wage a modern industrial class war. His prediction has had a partial fulfilment in the school for strikers which operated three months prior to the dress and waist makers' strike in...

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