ETOL Writers: Art Preis

Art Preis

(1911 – 1964)

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Biography: Not available at present

 

WORKS:

January 1935:

56 Released as Leaguemen Storm Court

April 1935:

Raw Deal Put Over in Akron

April 1935:

Toledo Auto Strike Looms

May/June 1935:

Inside Story of Toledo Strike (series)

May 1935:

Toledo Auto Progressives Organize

June 1935:

Toledo Edison Strike Is Called Off After Paralyzing Industry

November 1935:

Both Sides Are Right!

November 1935:

Toledo – Union Town

November 1935:

“What If a Foreign Army Invaded Our Country?” Stalinist Jingoes Ask (with Sam Pollack)

Decemember 1935:

Yipsels Unite with Spartacus at Toledo Meet

February 1936:

Force State-Wide WPA Wage Rise

July/August 1938:

America’s Permanent Depression (series)

November 1938:

The Case of Grynszpan

December 1938:

Charter W.P.A. Workers – Major Task Before C.I.O.

July 1939:

Cleveland W.P.A. Strike Growing

February 1941:

The Split in the Socialist Party on Aid to Britain

March 1941:

A Glimpse at U.S. Diplomats (book review)

March 1941:

Little Steel Strike Taught Workers Whom Not to Trust

April 1941:

Delegate Couldn’t Get Hearing at APM Meeting in New York (interview)

April 1941:

Steel Workers Win in Two Bethlehem Strikes

May 1941:

British “Democracy” in India – An Eyewitness Report (interview)

May 1941:

Marine Engineers’ Official Gives Proof of Curran’s Strikebreaking (interview)

May 1941:

YCL Member Describes Internal Life of Stalinist Youth Group (interview)

June 1941:

Stalin’s Boasts About Hitler Pact

July 1941:

The Aluminum Trust Prospers

July 1941:

The Initial Fruits of the New Stalinist Turn

August 1941:

At the Auto Convention – Militant Note Struck at the Very Outset

August 1941:

Roosevelt Now Imitates Wilson’s ‘14 Points’

August 1941:

Why the Draftee Army Lacks Morale

September 1941:

CP, Hillman Form Anti-Lewis Bloc

September 1941:

War Bloc Runs UE Convention

September 1941:

What the Communist Party Supports When It Backs Hillman’s Program

4 October 1941:

CP Licks Hillman’s Boots

11 October 1941:

Kremlin Conceals Real Reasons for Defeats

18 October 1941:

Stalin’s Policy Means Doom of USSR

25 October 1941:

Adequate Direct Relief Is Immediate Necessity for Victims of Priorities

1 November 1941:

Why the Prosecution?

22 November 1941:

Stalin’s Frame-up Purges Whitewashed

29 November 1941:

‘Captive’ Mine Workers Forced to Arbitrate

29 November 1941:

Libyan Front Is of No Use to Defense of USSR (as Henry Keller)

June 1942:

America’s Sixty Families and the Nazis

July 1942:

The Wailing Liberals

October 1944:

The CIO Auto Workers Convention

6 January 1945:

Roosevelt’s “Seizure” Order Halts Spreading Ward Strikes

6 January 1945:

Trade Union Notes – Stalinist Finks in the Ward Strikes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

13 January 1945:

Government Uses Ward Case to Aid Anti-Strike Power

13 January 1945:

Trade Union Notes – Battlelines Form in UAW Referendum (as Joseph Keller) (column)

20 January 1945:

Anti-Labor Front Aids UAW ‘No-Strike’ Group

20 January 1945:

Trade Union Notes – Two UAW-CIO Specialists in Deceit (as Joseph Keller) (column)

27 January 1945:

Murray Intervenes to Bolster No-Strike Policy in UAW Poll

27 January 1945:

Trade Union Notes – Punitive Measures Against Union Militants (as Joseph Keller) (column)

3 February 1945:

Roosevelt Puts on Pressure for Forced Labor Measures (as Joseph Keller)

3 February 1945:

Trade Union Notes – Textile Wage Case Conspiracy (as Joseph Keller) (column)

3 February 1945:

UAW Demands Withdrawal from WLB

10 February 1945:

Stalinist Union Traitors Urge Forced Labor (as Joseph Keller)

10 February 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

10 February 1945:

12 Released Trotskyists Honored at Meeting

17 February 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

24 February 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

24 February 1945:

WLB Chairman Davis Gives Whitewash Excuse for Board’s Stalling Policies

3 March 1945:

Textile Union Ends No-Strike Pledge

3 March 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

10 March 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

10 March 1945:

Tribute to Helen Judd – Revolutionary Fighter (obituary)

17 March 1945:

Behind the Stalinist Campaign of Slander (as Joseph Keller)

17 March 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

17 March 1945:

UAW-CIO International Board Meets as Auto Crisis Grows

24 March 1945:

Major Demands of Coal Miners Rejected by Greedy Operators (as Joseph Keller)

24 March 1945:

Powerful Minority Vote Cast Against UAW No-Strike Policy

24 March 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

31 March 1945:

Administration Aids Meat Profiteers

31 March 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

7 April 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

10 April 1945:

Widespread Coal Strikes Show Miners Really Mean Business (as Joseph Keller)

14 April 1945:

Bosses Press for Anti-Strike Laws

14 April 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

21 April 1945:

Bosses Push Open-Shop Drive Despite CIO-AFL ‘Peace Pact’

21 April 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

21 April 1945:

What Can Labor Expect of Truman? (as Joseph Keller)

28 April 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

5 May 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

12 May 1945:

Auto Union Paper Tells How Corporations Scorn ‘Peace Charter’ Signed by the CIO

12 May 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

19 May 1945:

Mass Lay-Offs, Pay Cuts Announced

19 May 1945:

‘Peace Pact’ Is Smokescreen for Anti-Union Drive (as Joseph Keller)

19 May 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

26 May 1945:

Labor Leaders Denounce Vinson’s Fraudulent ‘Reconversion’ Report

26 May 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

2 June 1945:

450,000 Face Lay-Offs in Aircraft

2 June 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

3 June 1945:

Imprisoned Miner Has Long Record of Union Struggle

3 June 1945:

Union Brothers Solidly Behind Wm. Patterson

4 June 1945:

Coal Miner Railroaded to Jail Under Smith-Connally Slave Law

8 June 1945:

First Anti-Strike Law Victim Appeals to Labor from Prison

9 June 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

16 June 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

16 June 1945:

Union Leaders Fail to Fight for Effective Jobs Program (as Joseph Keller)

23 June 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

30 June 1945:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

30 June 1945:

Wall Street Interests Push Senate Bill to Smash Unions

5 January 1946:

GM Profiteers Defy Investigation

12 January 1946:

Truman’s “State of Union” Speech Is Futile Bid to Halt Labor Crisis

19 January 1946:

Open the Books! An Answer to GM

21 January 1946:

800,000 Steel Workers Strike for Living Wage

23 January 1946:

Historic Battles with Steel Kings Inspire Pickets

26 January 1946:

FEPC Filibuster (as Joseph Keller)

2 February 1946:

Vets Begin to March (as Joseph Keller)

16 February 1946:

Truman Yields to Price Demands of Big Business

18 February 1946:

Fighting Steel Workers Triumph

2 March 1946:

NAM Launches Offensive to Shatter Price Controls

2 March 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

9 March 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

16 March 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

23 March 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

24 March 1946:

UAW Delegates Face Key Issues

30 March 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

30 March 1946:

UAW Convention Marks New Stage for Auto Union

13 April 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

13 April 1946:

Truman Urges Militarist Policy

20 April 1946:

OPA Wrecks Many Price Ceilings

20 April 1946:

Striking Miners Stand Firm for Social Demands

20 April 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

27 April 1946:

House Demolishes OPA Control; Price-Gougers Get Green Light

May 1946:

The Atlantic City Auto Union Convention

4 May 1946:

Southern Drive of CIO Faces Bitter Struggle

4 May 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

11 May 1946:

Truman Leads Vicious Drive Against UMW

18 May 1946:

Attack on Miners Hits All Labor (as Joseph Keller)

18 May 1946:

2,000 Steel Worker Delegates Face Key Issues at Convention

18 May 1946:

Steel Convention Upholds Union Democracy

18 May 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

1 June 1946:

Trade Union Notes (as Joseph Keller) (column)

1 June 1946:

Truman Leads Vicious Attack on Rail Unions

8 June 1946:

Coal Miners Triumph After Defying ‘Seizure’

8 June 1946:

United Labor Conference Urged by UAW Officers

15 June 1946:

Labor Ranks Urge United Action

15 June 1946:

Trade Union Notes (column)

22 June 1946:

Trade Union Notes (column)

29 June 1946:

Trade Union Notes (column)

29 June 1946:

You Paid for It – U.S. Steel Gets It

January 1947:

Economic Trends in the United States

April 1947:

Stalinism on the Waterfront

March 1949:

The Priests Bore from Within – Roman Catholicism in the Trade Unions

November 1950:

Walter Reuther

Fall 1954:

Police-State Liberals

1959:

How the Miners Won

May 1961:

Myth of “People’s Capitalism”

Fall 1962:

Can Wall Street Afford Peace?

November 1962:

American Labor – Fact and Fiction

 


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