MIA: ETOL Writers: Susan Green


Susan Green Archive

 



Works:

To See or Not to See, 20 May 1940 (film reviews)

To See or Not to See, 27 May 1940 (film reviews)

To See or Not to See, 10 June 1940 (film reviews)

Labor Action Correspondent Talks to Kearny Men, Finds Strike Sentiment Strong, 17 June 1940

To See or Not to See, 24 June 1940 (film reviews)

The Better Half: The “First Lady of the Land” – Lieutenant in Jingo Brigade, 1 July 1940

Wall St. Picks Its Republican Nominees: McNary, 8 July 1940

To See or Not to See, 8 July 1940 (film reviews)

The Better Half, 15 July 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 22 July 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 29 July 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 5 August 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 12 August 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 19 August 1940 (film reviews)

Sound and Fury Abound – Aid Is Scant, 19 August 1940

Of Special Interest to Women, 26 August 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 9 September 1940 (film reviews)

Out of the Long Ago Comes a Record of Roosevelt’s Position on Conscription, 16 September 1940

Of Special Interest to Women, 16 September 1940 (column)

Leviton Workers Say They’ve Had Enough, 23 September 1940

To See or Not to See, 23 September 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 30 September 1940 (column)

20,000 Organized Electricians Behind Leviton Strikers, 30 September 1940

Leviton Strike Case Before Labor Board, 7 October 1940

To See or Not to See, 7 October 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 14 October 1940 (column)

Union Ready For Long Leviton Fight, 14 October 1940

Of Special Interest to Women, 28 October 1940 (column)

Leviton Boss Still Stalling Despite Union Vote, 4 November 1940

Jobless Protest Abuses of Food Stamp Plan, 11 November 1940

To See or Not to See, 11 November 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 18 November 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 25 November 1940 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women – At the CIO Convention, 2 December 1940 (column)

Of Special Interest to Women, 9 December 1940 (column)

To See or Not to See, 16 December 1940 (film reviews)

Labor Serfdom Is NAM Goal, 23 December 1940

Wages and the Last War, 30 December 1940

To See or Not to See, 6 January 1941 (film reviews)

Of Special Interest to Women, 13 January 1941 (column)

Relief That Does Not Relieve – New York City Chisels on Relief Funds, 20 January 1941

To See or Not to See, 20 January 1941 (film reviews)

Over One Million British Workers Demand More Pay, 27 January 1941

Slave Markets, 3 February 1941

Capitalist Lies Won’t Help Them, 10 February 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 17 February 1941 (column)

You Pay More Now – For Less Meat: War Speculation a Bonanza to Food Profiteers, 17 February 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 24 February 1941 (column)

The Miners Make “Formidable” Demands: An Exposé of Bituminous Mine Conditions, 24 March 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 24 March 1941 (column)

“National Defense” Used to Break ALCOA Strike, 31 March 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 31 March 1941 (column)

Whom Do They Represent? “Democracy” on Parade – Labor Haters Trot Out Their Bills, 7 April 1941

Sauce for Big Business Is ..., 14 April 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 21 April 1941 (column)

A May Day Message to Working Women, 28 April 1941

What’s New on National Strike Front?, 28 April 1941

Textile Union Leaders Hitch Convention to War Chariot, 5 May 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 12 May 1941 (column)

Put the Bosses on Ice; Labor Needs No ‘Cooling’, 12 May 1941

City Officials Answer TWU Demands with Threats, Lies, 19 May 1941

Social Gains Are on Way Out – IF Labor Permits, 26 May 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 2 June 1941 (column)

Tremendous Transport Rally Gives City Union Busters Something to Think About, 2 June 1941

The Hood, the Bismarck – and Housing, 9 June 1941

TWU Battles with Facts against Fakes, 9 June 1941

Very Special Interest to Women, 16 June 1941 (column)

Of Special Interest to Women, 30 June 1941 (column)

Speed-Up in War Production Kicks Safety Out of Window, 30 June 1941

TWU Retreats Under Many-Sided Pressure, 7 July 1941

The American People Do Not Want War! They Should Have the Right to Say So!, 14 July 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 14 July 1941 (column)

Russia’s Role in the War, 28 July 1941

What Is This War All About?, 28 July 1941

8,000 Electrical Workers Strike at Con-Edison, 4 August 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 4 August 1941 (column)

Senator Wheeler: False Crusader, 11 August 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 18 August 1941 (column)

A Lesson on “Peace” Points: 8 Plus 4 Equals 0, 25 August 1941

A Stink in the Garden of the “Little Flower”, 25 August 1941

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 1 September 1941 (column)

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 8 September 1941 (column)

“Soldiers of Destiny” – At $21 a Month, 15 September 1941

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 22 September 1941 (column)

Nazis Fix Martial Law on Norway, 22 September 1941

Ceilings? On Houses, Yes! On Wages, NO!, 29 September 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 29 September 1941 (column)

Transit Union Convention Marks Two Years of Growth, 6 October 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 13 October 1941 (column)

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 20 October 1941 (column)

Of Special Interest to Women, 20 October 1941 (column)

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 27 October 1941 (column)

Municipal Merry-Go-Round, 3 November 1941 (column)

A Living Wage for the War-Made Unemployed, 17 November 1941

Of Special Interest to Women, 24 November 1941 (column)

Milk Is a Good Food, But Can You Afford It?, 1 December 1941

War Is Good Business for Business, 1 December 1941 (book review)

Of Special Interest to Women, 8 December 1941 (column)

American Bosses Plan Vicious Anti-Labor Drive, 15 December 1941

Labor Can’t Be Content with Sitting on Status Quo, 15 December 1941

A Tragic Story of Life Down South America, 22 December 1941 (book review)

Of Special Interest to Women, 29 December 1941 (column)

Mr. Churchill Pulls a Fast One, 5 January 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 12 January 1942 (column)

The Little Man Keeps Getting Littler, 19 January 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 26 January 1942 (column)

Capitalism Presents Its Post-War Utopias – Pie in the Sky When You Die, 2 February 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 9 February 1942 (column)

Capitalism Plans for the Post-War World: A Brilliant Example of Utter Futility, 16 February 1942

Race Bias Exposed at Government Hearing, 23 February 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 2 March 1942 (column)

Anglo-American Economic Pact Solves No Problems – Present or Future, 9 March 1942

You Have to Be Rich to Know How to Avoid Paying Your Income Taxes, 16 March 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 23 March 1942 (column)

Of Special Interest to Women, 5 April 1942 (column)

Who’s Who in U.S. Fascists, 5 April 1942 (series)

Why Fascists Use Anti-Semitic Lies, 12 April 1942 (series)

Shipyard Workers Meet, 19 April 1942

U.S. Fascists Aim Blows at Labor, 19 April 1942 (series)

Here’s How to Smash Fascists, 26 April 1942 (series)

Some Additional Notes and Comments on the Shipyard Workers Convention, 26 April 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 4 May 1942 (column)

Why Should Labor Be the Tail to the Capitalist Kite?, 4 May 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 11 May 1942 (column)

What Kearny Union Got from “Membership Maintenance”, 18 May 1942

Native Land – A Portrait of Labor’s Fight, 25 May 1942 (film review)

Of Special Interest to Women, 25 May 1942 (column)

Of Special Interest to Women, 8 June 1942 (column)

Peonage in the Shadow of the Rockies, 8 June 1942

Is There Democracy in Britain’s Army?, 15 June 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 15 June 1942 (column)

The Annihilation of Lidice, 22 June 1942

Dependents Get Handout, 22 June 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 29 June 1942 (column)

Sugar, Sugar Everywhere But Only a Half Pound to Eat, 29 June 1942

Wheels of Industry Which Never Ran for the People, 6 July 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 13 July 1942 (column)

Prices Rise as OPA Hikes “Ceiling” on Vital Foods, 13 July 1942

Auto Workers Union Threatens Rent Strike in Detroit Area!, 20 July 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 27 July 1942 (column)

Can the Boss System Plan Production? 10 August 1942

ALP Circus Antics Indicate Need of an Independent Party of Labor, 31 August 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 31 August 1942 (column)

Can the Boss System Plan Production?, 7 September 1942

Of Special Interest to Women, 14 September 1942 (column)


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Last updated on: 11 September 2014