ETOL Writers: Gertrude Shaw


Gertrude Shaw

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WORKS:

Things Crazy and Not So Crazy ―, 13 July 1942 (column)

The Facts Speak Clearly: Socialism Points the Way to Progress!, 20 July 1942

Things Crazy and Not So Crazy ―, 27 July 1942 (column)

Union Men! This Man Is a Vicious Enemy of Labor!, 3 August 1942

Out of the Night, Into the Fog, 31 August 1942

Navy Suppresses Facts on General Cable Profiteering Until Bayonne Strike Is Broken, 7 September 1942

Things Crazy and Not So Crazy ―, 14 September 1942 (column)

OPA Order Lifts Price Ceiling on Hundreds of Items!, 19 October 1942

Washington Experts Plan Harder Tax Blow at Poor, 2 November 1942

The Profit System – the Fly in Mr. Willkie’s Ointment, 9 November 1942

Boss Stooges Attack Overtime Pay!, 7 December 1942

Pearl Buck and the “War For Freedom”, 21 December 1942

Rationing – By Which Method?, 4 January 1943

Food – Or Profits?, 11 January 1943

$-a-Year Men Infest Dep’t. of Agriculture as Hunger Looms and Wages Are Attacked, 1 February 1943

TWU Calls Rally on Transit Wage Issue, 8 February 1943

Speakers at New York Transit Rally Offer Workers Little but Sympathy, 15 February 1943

Congress Bill to Draft Labor Really Hits at Unions, 22 February 1943

We Must Control Food Production!, 1 March 1943

Florida Ku Klux Klan Uses Rickenbacker in Terror Campaign Against Citrus Workers, 8 March 1943

Only Workers’ Control Can End Chaos in Rationing and Price Fixing, 15 March 1943

Our Tax Program – Soak the Rich!, 22 March 1943

On the Food Front, 29 March 1943

Legion Is No Place for Worker War Veterans, 7 June 1943

Workers, Block Passage of Connally-Smith Bill!, 14 June 1943

New Taxes on Labor – More Due to Come!, 21 June 1943

Food or Profits?, 12 July 1943

Congressman Engel Discovers Profiteers; They Are the Workers, He Avers, 26 July 1943

Wages and Rail Profits, 9 August 1943

New Wage Attacks Planned by Congress in ’44 Tax Bill, 23 August 1943

Bosses Get Preferential Treatment, 30 August 1943

Milk Drivers Get “Sick” of WLB Firing Decision, 18 October 1943

Coal Miners Walk Out; Fight WLB Run-Around, 25 October 1943

New Tax Plan Is a Wage Cut for All Labor, 1 November 1943

Gathering the Facts About In Fact, 8 November 1943

Roosevelt’s New Plans for Subsidies and Investigations Won’t Stop Food Profiteers, 22 November 1943

House Votes Price Boost!, 29 November 1943

Steel Union Demands Raise, 6 December 1943

Are You Dry? – Here’s Why!, 13 December 1943

FDR and His “Warless” World, 20 December 1943

Congress Eases Taxes on Rich: Who Will Pay Ten Billion?, 27 December 1943

“Peace on Earth, Good Will to All Men,” with Weapons, 3 January 1944

Bosses’ Anti-Labor Propaganda Among Soldiers Has a Reason – Not a Good One!, 10 January 1944

Congress Eases Taxes on Rich: Who Will Pay Ten Billion?, 17 January 1944

How Will Labor Get an Annual Minimum Wage?, 24 January 1944

Problem of Post-War Jobs Ties In with Labor Party, 31 January 1944

Sequel to the Miners’ Strike, 7 February 1944

Willkie’s Plan Would Mean 40% Withholding or 15% Sales Tax, 14 February 1944

Some Whys and Wherefores on the Subsidies Question, 6 March 1944

Labor Action – The Paper Every Worker Should Read, 1 May 1944

A Liberal Shows His Hand, 8 May 1944

World Labor Leaders Begging for Admission to San Francisco Conference, 21 May 1945



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