ETOL Writers: Ernest Rice McKinney


Ernest Rice McKinney Archive

Ernest Rice McKinney

Ernest Rice McKinney

(1886–1984)


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5 January 1935: United Fronting in Pittsburgh

7 January 1939: McKinney Hails Twice-Weekly

14 July 1939: Workers Security Federation Leaders Scab on WPA Strike

18 July 1939: S.P. Tries to Squirm Out of Disgraceful Strike Stand

May 1940: John Brown – Revolutionist

8 July 1940: What Are the Facts on the Food Stamp Plan? (as David Coolidge)

8 July 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

15 July 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

22 July 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

29 July 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

5 August 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

12 August 1940: Big Business Wrests Huge Profits Out of Preparations for War (as David Coolidge)

12 August 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

19 August 1940: The Bosses Will Fight Like Hell – To Defend Their Own Class Interests (as David Coolidge)

19 August 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

26 August 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

2 September 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

9 September 1940: David Lasser Hitches Star-Spangled Unemployed Organization to War Chariot (as David Coolidge)

9 September 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

16 September 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

23 September 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

30 September 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

October 1940: American Labor and Politics (as David Coolidge)

7 October 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

14 October 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

21 October 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

28 October 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

11 November 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

18 November 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

19 November 1940: First Days of CIO Meet Bring Heated Discussion (as David Coolidge)

December 1940: American Labor and Politics II (as David Coolidge)

2 December 1940: CIO Plans Organization Drive in War Industries (as David Coolidge)

2 December 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

9 December 1940: AFL Meet Acts on Unity, War and Racketeering (as David Coolidge)

9 December 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

16 December 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

23 December 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

30 December 1940: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

13 January 1941: Coolidge Sees War Boom Sharpening Class Conflict (as David Coolidge)

13 January 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

20 January 1941: Two Chicago Negroes Resist Army Draft (as David Coolidge)

27 January 1941: Chattel Slaves in All but Name ... (as David Coolidge)

3 February 1941: Among the Negroes, as Among the Whites, There Are Two Classes: Worker and Boss (as David Coolidge)

17 March 1941: Coal Diggers, Steel Workers Ask Boost in Pay (as David Coolidge)

7 April 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

14 April 1941: What Benefits Negro Labor, Benefits All Labor (as David Coolidge)

5 May 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

12 May 1941: It’s Higher Wages We Want – Not Long Hours (as David Coolidge)

12 May 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

19 May 1941: Missouri Sharecroppers Are Really Rarin’ to Go (as David Coolidge)

19 May 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

26 May 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

June 1941: What Is a Workers’ State? (as David Coolidge)

9 June 1941: “Negro Speaks Out” Committee Plots Feeble Path with Faulty Compass (as David Coolidge)

9 June 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

16 June 1941: Negro March on Washington Called for July 1 (as David Coolidge)

16 June 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

23 June 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

30 June 1941: The Anglo-American Imperialists Warm Up to Stalin (as David Coolidge)

30 June 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

July 1941: Roosevelt and Labor (as David Coolidge)

7 July 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

14 July 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

21 July 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

28 July 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

August 1941: The U.A.W. Convention (as David Coolidge)

4 August 1941: The Stalinists Swallow Their Tail (as David Coolidge)

18 August 1941: Delegates, Alive to the Union’s Problems, Insist on Having the Final Say at UAW Convention (as David Coolidge)

18 August 1941: UAW Convention Demonstrates Power of Industrial Unionism! (as David Coolidge)

8 September 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

15 September 1941: Carey Beaten in UERMW Convention Dispute (as David Coolidge)

15 September 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

22 September 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

29 September 1941: First Day of Shipyard Convention Given Over to Pro-War Speeches (as David Coolidge)

29 September 1941: Six CIO Conventions This Week (as David Coolidge)

6 October 1941: Hillman Forces Dominate Shipworkers’ Convention (as David Coolidge)

27 October 1941: AFL Convention Accomplishes Little of Benefit to Labor (as David Coolidge)

10 November 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

24 November 1941: CIO Convention Votes Full Support of Mine Strike (as David Coolidge)

1 December 1941: CIO Stand on War Weakens Its Fight for Labor’s Needs (as David Coolidge)

15 December 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

22 December 1941: With the Labor Unions – On the Picket Line (column) (as David Coolidge)

29 December 1941: Bosses Show Their Teeth in Washington (as David Coolidge)

26 January 1942: When Race Discrimination Hits Whites in Manila and Negroes in Georgia (as David Coolidge)

19 April 1942: Militant Ranks Oppose UAW Appeasement (as David Coolidge)

4 May 1942: The UAW “Victory Through Equality of Sacrifice” Program (as David Coolidge)

18 May 1942: SWOC Holds Vital Convention This Week (as David Coolidge)

1 June 1942: Steel Convention Leaves Basic Problems Unsolved (as David Coolidge)

20 July 1942: WLB Stalls Steelworker Pay Boost (as David Coolidge)

27 July 1942: WLB Steel Decree Is Slap at Labor! (as David Coolidge)

3 August 1942: Convention Should Halt UAW Policy of Retreat (as David Coolidge)

17 August 1942: Rank and File Delegates Seek to Halt UAW Plunge into Retreat – But Union Officialdom Triumphs over Leaderless Opposition (as David Coolidge)

24 August 1942: Some Further Observations on the UAW Convention (as David Coolidge)

31 August 1942: Tax Dodgers Want a 10% Sales Tax (as David Coolidge)

September 1942: Afterthoughts on a Union Convention (as David Coolidge)

19 October 1942: UMW Convention Votes to Withdraw from the CIO (as David Coolidge)

2 November 1942: What Is the Meaning of the UMW Decision on District 50’s Powers? (as David Coolidge)

23 November 1942: Political Questions Dominate Floor at Boston CIO Convention (as David Coolidge)

30 November 1942: Discussion on Wages Reveals Basic Error in the CIO’s Orientation (as David Coolidge)

7 December 1942: Resolution on Jim Crow Good, But Lacks Teeth (as David Coolidge)

January 1942: A New Crisis in the Labor Movement (as David Coolidge)

18 January 1943: Two Scholars – One Born to the Purple, the Other Born a Slave (as David Coolidge)

18 January 1943: Wage Raise Is Real Issue in Hard Coal Strike (as David Coolidge)

1 February 1943: ILG Workers Seek Action on Wage Demands by Stoppage (as David Coolidge)

5 April 1943: War Orders Allow Bosses 20% Profit! (as David Coolidge)

12 April 1943: Beware of “Incentive Pay”! (as David Coolidge)

19 April 1943: Mass Action Is the Key to Wage Boosts (as David Coolidge)

26 April 1943: Class Militancy, Political Action – These Are the Order of the Day (as David Coolidge)

26 April 1943: Negroes – the War – Jobs – and Democracy (as D.C.)

3 May 1943: The Coal Miners Are Right! (as David Coolidge, with Mike Stevens)

10 May 1943: Our Correspondent Finds Miners Determined to Win (as David Coolidge)

17 May 1943: It Is Labor’s Duty to Give the Miners 100% Support! (as David Coolidge)

24 May 1943: What Does the Extension of the Mine Truce Mean? (as David Coolidge)

7 June 1943: The Coal Miners Must Win! (as David Coolidge)

14 June 1943: Boss and Government Machinations Fail to Break Coal Miners’ Ranks (as David Coolidge)

21 June 1943: What Is WLB Up to Now? (as David Coolidge)

28 June 1943: We Need a Program for Action by the MOW (as David Coolidge)

27 September 1943: What Major Tasks Face Trade Union Conventions? (as David Coolidge)

4 October 1943: Ship Convention Muffs Vital Issues (as David Coolidge)

18 October 1943: Auto Workers Discuss Vital Union Issues (as David Coolidge)

November 1943: Shifts in the Union Movement (as David Coolidge)

1 November 1943: Issues in the Faction Struggle at the Auto Workers’ Convention (as David Coolidge)

1 November 1943: WLB Again Turns Down Miners’ Wage Demands (as David Coolidge)

8 November 1943: Some Final Observations on the Auto Workers Convention (as David Coolidge)

15 November 1943: CIO Convention Fights for Higher Wages; Refrains from Endorsement of FDR 4th Term (as David Coolidge)

22 November 1943: Union News in Brief ... (as D.C.)

29 November 1943: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

6 December 1943: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

20 December 1943: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge))

10 January 1944: In 1944 Workers Need an Independent Labor Part (as David Coolidge)

17 January 1944: FDR for Slave Law! (as David Coolidge)

17 January 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

24 January 1944: FDR’s Message to Congress (as David Coolidge)

7 February 1944: What Labor Can Learn from Recent RR Situation (as David Coolidge)

28 February 1944: EPC Bill Contains Threat to Labor (as David Coolidge)

28 February 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

6 March 1944: UAW Board Issues Anti-Strike Ukase (as David Coolidge)

20 March 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

27 March 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

27 March 1944: New Crop of Star-Spangled Millionaires Is Being Born (as David Coolidge)

24 April 1944: Post-War Plans of AFL Are a Farce (as David Coolidge)

May 1944: Labor Problems at the Steel Workers Convention (as David Coolidge)

1 May 1944: Labor in 1886 and in 1944 (as David Coolidge)

1 May 1944: Problems Before Convention of Steel Workers (as David Coolidge)

8 May 1944: AFL Post-War Proposals – II (as David Coolidge)

8 May 1944: Labor Solidarity Is Strongest Fortress Against Jim Crow (as D.C.)

15 May 1944: AFL Post-War Proposals – III (as David Coolidge)

22 May 1944: Stiff Fight on Renewal of No-Strike Pledge (as David Coolidge)

June 1944: Toward a New Trade Union Program (as David Coolidge)

5 June 1944: Brewster Workers Sit-In Scores Partial Victory (as David Coolidge)

5 June 1944: Thomas on the No-Strike Pledge (as David Coolidge)

12 June 1944: Will Ship Workers Accept Green’s Bankrupt Report? (as David Coolidge)

19 June 1944: No Mystery in Communist Flip-Flops – Party Serves Stalin (as David Coolidge)

16 June 1944: A Phony Negro “Bill of Rights” (as David Coolidge)

July 1944: Ten Years of U.S. Labor History (as David Coolidge)

3 July 1944: What is the Meaning of “Free Trade Unions”? (as David Coolidge)

10 July 1944: Miners Want Local Autonomy – Without Strings (as David Coolidge)

17 July 1944: Slander Campaign Paces CP Scab Program (as David Coolidge)

24 July 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

31 July 1944: Lewis in the Dark on Real Significance of the Miners’ Strikes (as David Coolidge)

7 August 1944: John L. Lewis Chooses the Pro-Big-Business, Anti-Labor Republicans (as David Coolidge)

September 1944: Toward a New Trade-Union Program – II (as David Coolidge)

4 September 1944: CIO-AFL – End Policy of Retreat, Open Labor Offensive! (as David Coolidge)

11 September 1944: Miners, Too, Need a Labor Party (as David Coolidge)

25 September 1944: Autonomy Bid Loses in UMWA (as David Coolidge)

October 1944: Lewis Keeps Control in the Miners Union (as David Coolidge)

2 October 1944: Unsolved Issues in the Mine Workers Union (as David Coolidge)

23 October 1944: Workers and the Elections (as David Coolidge)

30 October 1944: Elections Show Need for a Labor Party! (as David Coolidge)

27 November 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

December 1944: Towards a New Union Program (IV) (as David Coolidge)

4 December 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

11 December 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

18 December 1944: Apology, Bombast, Jingoism at CIO Convention (as David Coolidge)

18 December 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

25 December 1944: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

January 1945: Negroes and the Revolution (as David Coolidge)

1 January 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

8 January 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

15 January 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

22 January 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

29 January 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

5 February 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

12 February 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

26 February 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

5 March 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

12 March 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

26 March 1945: Mass Action (column) (as David Coolidge)

April 1945: Negroes in Organized Labor (book review) (as David Coolidge)

March 1946: Negroes and the Labor Movement (as David Coolidge)

5 January 1948: They Saw the Doom of Capitalism, the Triumph of the Working Class

February 1948: Negro Struggle in History (book review)

16 February 1948: Report Reveals Jim-Crow

23 February 1948: Southern Demagogues Fear “Poor Whites” Too!

23 February 1948: What Policy Shall UE Ranks Follow? (as David Coolidge)

1 March 1948: Wages Low Where Jim Crow Rules

8 March 1948: On Signing the Affidavits and the Situation in UE (as David Coolidge)


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