ETOL Writers: B.J. Widick


B.J. Widick Archive

B.J. Widick

B.J. Widick

(1910–2008)


Biography (not yet available)

Works:

March 1935: In a Billion Dollar Industry (as Jack Wilson)

July 1935: Toiler’s Tale (as Jack Wilson) (book review)

January 1938: The Question of Trade Union Unity

September 1938: World War by Stages

November 1938: Labor Unity – A New Stage

November 1938: The Story of the CIO

January 1939: France and the CIO

October 1939: Organizing Negro Labor

June 1940: Pro-War Faction Carries CIO Council Meeting

June 1940: East Indies – A Tender Morsel for the Imperialist Appetite

June 1940: These Sharecroppers Meet to Break the Bonds of Slavery

July 1940: Lewis Seeking Third Party Deal with Wheeler and Townsend

July 1940: ”Powder Keg” in Sharecropper Plight

August 1940: Auto Workers Oppose Draft

August 1940: A Summary of the Auto Convention

November 1940: Vultee Strike Vital Test for Labor (as Jack Wilson)

December 1940: Calif. Business Men Rally Anti-Union Forces (as Jack Wilson)

December 1940: News From Our West Coast Correspondent (as Jack Wilson)

December 1940: Our West Coast Correspondent Writes on the New ‘Gold Rush’ (as Jack Wilson)

December 1940: Red Scare Proves Dud (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Aircraft Worker Sees Victory for CIO in Douglas Drive (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Conscription Threat Fails To Balk Ryan Strike Plans (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Hollywood Swings Into the War Drive (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Imperialism Writes Its Profits in the Blood of Countless Millions (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Labor Organizes as War Industries Boom (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Our West Coast Correspondent 1 (as Jack Wilson)

January 1941: Our West Coast Correspondent 2 (as Jack Wilson)

February 1941: CIO Organization March Has Ford Company on the Run (as Jack Wilson)

February 1941: CIO Workers March on Every Front (as Jack Wilson)

February 1941: Consolidated Aircraft Uses AFL Union to Block CIO Organization March (as Jack Wilson)

February 1941: On Freedom of the Press and Movies (no author given)

February 1941: What’s for the Army Officer Ain’t for the Buck Private (as Jack Wilson)

March 1941: Calif. Labor Takes to the Picket Line (no author given)

March 1941: Shop Steward System Is Vital to the Union (as Jack Wilson)

March 1941: On Life and Democracy in the Army (as Jack Wilson)

April 1941: Open-Shoppism Gets a Terrific Jolt (no author given)

April 1941: We Are Proud of American Labor’s Victories (as Jack Wilson)

May 1941: AFL-CIO Ranks Stand Solid Against Shipyard “Yellow-Dog” Contract (as J.W.)

May 1941: Bridges Hearings Reek of Frame-Up (as Jack Wilson)

May 1941: The Cost of Living Shoots Skyward (as Jack Wilson)

May 1941: Shipyard Workers Defy Jingo Intimidation in Coast Strike (as J.W.)

June 1941: West Coast Labor Resists Jingo Attack on Strikes (as Jack Wilson)

June 1941: 11,000 North American Workers Rally Around “75–10 or Strike!” (as Jack Wilson)

June 1941: It Took 3,000 Bayonets to Push the Picket Line Back (as Jack Wilson)

June 1941: Army Keeps Its Bayonets Poised at North American (as Jack Wilson)

June 1941: Draftees Oppose FDR War Program (as Jack Wilson)

July 1941: For the Defense of the Soviet Union! (as Jack Wilson)

July 1941: A Reply to Shachtman (as Jack Wilson)

August 1941: Strike Wave Sweeps Over Los Angeles (as Jack Wilson)

August 1941: Sweatshops Yield to Pressure of ILG Pickets (as Jack Wilson)

September 1941: Army’s Morale Worries Brass Hats (as Jack Wilson)

November 1941: CIO Convention Votes Full Support of Mine Strike (as Jack Wilson)

November 1941: Movie Moguls Imported Willie Bioff (as Jack Wilson)

December 1941: Bosses Try to Blackmail Labor at Washington Confab (as Jack Wilson)

December 1941: Coal Retreat Is Dangerous Precedent (as Jack Wilson)

December 1941: 40 Hour Week Will Be the First War Victim! (as Jack Wilson)

December 1941: The KKK Cancer Must Be Cut Out of the Trade Union Movement! (as Jack Wilson)

December 1941: Labor Taken for a Ride at Capital Conference (as Jack Wilson)

January 1942: All Out for Labor Unity as the Road to Organizing America 100% (as Jack Wilson)

January 1942: Auto Bosses Insist on Profits as Usual (as Jack Wilson)

January 1942: OPM Bungling Causes National Crisis (as Jack Wilson)

January 1942: Workers Face Unemployment, CIO Reports (as Jack Wilson)

February 1942: Explanation! (as Jack Wilson)

February 1942: Roosevelt Trips Up Labor Unity (as Jack Wilson)

February 1942: What Attitude Should Workers Take to the Murray Plan? (as Jack Wilson)

March 1942: Stalinists Against Labor “Sharing War Profits” (as Jack Wilson)

April 1942: The Case of Lew Ayres – A Courageous Man – a Futile Gesture (as Jack Wilson)

April 1942: Du Pont Dynasty Deals With Hitler (as Jack Wilson)

April 1942: Milk Monopolists Fear UMW’s Dairy Union Drive (as Jack Wilson)

April 1942: Should Labor Surrender Extra Pay for Overtime? (as Jack Wilson)

April 1942: UAW Sacrifices While the Auto Barons Profiteer! (as Jack Wilson)

May 1942: FDR Would Knife Wage Raise for Ship Workers (as Jack Wilson)

May 1942: Labor’s Balance Sheet Since Last May Day (as Jack Wilson)

June 1942: CIO Ranks Should Halt Split Crisis! (as Jack Wilson)

June 1942: Sidelights on the Steel Convention (as J.W.)


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