ETOL Writers: Grace Carlson


Grace Carlson Archive

Grace Carlson

(1906 – 1992)


Biography [not available at present]

Works:

January 1941: It’s True About New York! Says Grace Carlson

February 1941: Grace Carlson in Memphis on Her Tour

February 1941: Grace Carlson Reports on Negro Audiences

February 1941: Grace Carlson Reports on New Locals

February 1941: Grace Carlson Thanks N.Y. for Banquet

February 1941: The Vote for Trotskyism in Minnesota

March 1941: Grace Carlson Reports West Coast Meeting

April 1941: Grace Carlson in 37th City of Her Tour

March 1945: Best Medical Care Given Fala’s Pups While Infants of Poor Suffer Neglect

March 1945: ‘Learn to Relax by Cultivating Hobby’ Is Radio Advice to Overworked Mothers

March 1945: Poorly-Housed Workers Long for ‘Dream Home’

April 1945: Children Suffer from “Hidden Hunger” Because Workers Can’t Buy Decent Food

April 1945: How May Days Were Celebrated Under Lenin – and Under Stalin

April 1945: Poverty Robs Many Women of Right to Health and Beauty

April 1945: Press Weeps over “Hungry” Heiress; Suppresses News of Ill-Fed Workers

April 1945: How to Get Needed Rest Puzzles Ulcer Patients

May 1945: Big Bankroll Provides Best Immunity to the Dread Scourge of Tuberculosis

May 1945: Mistreatment of Sick Veterans Charged

May 1945: ‘No Meat – No Work!’ Say Miners in West Virginia

May 1945: Pamphlet Bares Navy Frame-Up of Negroes

May 1945: Poor Mothers Advised to Patch, Darn and Sew

May 1945: Rankin Seeks Whitewash in Vets’ Hospital Probe

June 1945: An Inside Story – Conditions of Women in American Jails

June 1945: Rankin Blocks Investigation on Care of Wounded Veterans

June 1945: Rankin Whitewash Blocked in Veteran Care Inquiry

June 1945: Study in Contrasts – How a Millionaire and a Tenement Dweller Lived and Died

June 1945: Use Race Slander in Hospital Probe

June 1945: Why Millions of Women Workers Don’t Have ‘That American Look’

June 1945: Will a “Baby Bonus” Safeguard Child Victims of Profit System?

January 1946: A GM Striker’s Story

January 1946: Minister Disproves Duluth “No Discrimination” Story

February 1946: General Motors Continues Stall in Negotiations

February 1946: GM Strike Leaders Appeal for Aid

February 1946: G.M. Strikers Hold the Line for Full Terms

February 1946: Strike Leader Calls CP Story “Pack of Lies”

February 1946: Two Kinds of Justice

February 1946: Two Kinds of Justice

March 1946: Auto Locals Start Drive to Elect Reuther as Next UAW President

March 1946: General Motors Continues Its Arrogant Stand

March 1946: Three Growing Boys


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