"Calumny on Joe Hill Refuted: Analysis of Trial Record by Committee of Friends Gives Answer to Professor Stegner's New Republic Attack on Hill's Character." In "Industrial Worker"

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Vol. XXIV, No. 22, Whole No. 664 (November 13, 1948). Folded once horizontally & once vertically, paper browning; else very good. [92755]

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Attack on Wallace Stegner, whose article entitled "Joe Hill: The Wobblies' Troubador," which argued that Joe Hill was guilty, appeared in the January 5, 1948 issue of the New Republic. Subsequently the magazine's offices were picketed by the I.W.W. The Committee's refutation of Stegner takes up most of this 4-page broadsheet newspaper. Stegner would expand his thesis about Joe Hill in his 1950 novel, "The Preacher and the Slave".



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