Nice piece about a textile strike - presents views from both sides.
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown.
United States of America.
Various good shots in a textile factory / mill. Good CUs of machinery. Exterior mill. Men and women walk out from the gates. The gates of the factory are locked shut. More shots of the exteriors of quiet textile mills.
CU Man speaks to camera - "Strike or no strike my family comes first so I'm not going to quit until they make me."
CU Woman speaks to camera - "I'm seventeen years of age, my job in the mill is to fill 34 loom magazines, I earn $3, 50c a week trying to support a family of four on this wage."
CU Man speaks to camera - "I'm a textile worker and I'm not making much money but at least I got a job and that's better than nothing. And they won't get me to strike."
CU Woman speaks to camera - "I've been a textile mill worker for 20 years and today I'm doing more work and getting less pay than I ever did before."
Large gathering listening to man speak - presumably a Trade Union leader - 'I say hit back, hit as hard as you can' - he is talking to a gathering in Rhode Island.
Well dressed man talks to camera about the dangers of the strike, he appeals to the 'common sense' of people and talks about the NRA - the National Recovery act.