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Manitoba History No. 89

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Jack Houston’s Editorials in the OBU Bulletin: 1 May 1920

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The Central Labor Council initiated the Organization Week sometime ago. This is the week.

It was the intention that this week of special activities in organization work should merely have been the beginning of systematized, persistent work in getting the timid and those whose survivals of “better class” respectability leave them at the parting of the ways over into an organization of the workers.

The historical incidents that have taken place in Winnipeg have been of such a nature and the run of events has taken such a turn that, as things stand at present in the labor movement, a worker cannot remain loyal to his class and stay alive in the Trades and Labor Council without affording aid and comfort to the enemy. The struggle in Winnipeg has been all of a piece. There has been no room for halting or lagging behind.

The place of every loyal worker in this Western country is in the O.B.U.

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