MIA: History: USA: Publications: The Organizer
Official Organ of the Minneapolis Teamsters Local 574
Newspaper of the fighting Teamsters local 574 during the Minneapolis Teamsters Strikes in the summer of 1934. It was produced, varyingly, daily and weekly and bi-weekly depending on the class struggle during the summer months that year. The Organizer chronicled the the 3 large strikes that turned Minneapolis around from being a non-union open shop town to a completely union town. The paper was edited by James P. Cannon.
Special Note of thanks to Dr. Marty Goodman of the Riazanov Project and the The Holt Labor Library. Additionally, this archive was made from microfilm of The Organizer by the Wisconsin Historical Society For more on the Riazanov Library Project, Click Here. For the web site of the Holt Labor Library Click Here. A read me file on the issues of scanning from this microfilm and other issues is available here.
Table of Contents
[please note the order of the next four issues is by date, which are correct,
not file name and issue number, the latter being mixed up by the editor]
The run of The Organizer came to an end with the last issue above. However, the continuity of the class struggle unionism of Local 574 with the launch of The Northwest Organizer in 1935.