“Where Did You Get That Million?” by T. Alex. Cairns was published in the December 28, 1911 issue of the Industrial Worker.
Where did you get that million, sir? Out of the life blood of your slaves, Out of a woman's scalding tears, Out of the children's trembling fears, Out of the crimson crime of knaves -- That's where you got that million! Where did you get that million, sir? Out of the bartered shame of the street, Out of the poverty grim as despair, Out of the vagabond everywhere, Out of the cold and shoeless feet -- That's where you got that million! Where did you get that million, sir? Out of the fraud of the sable gown, Out of the loot of the halls of State, Out of the deception and greed and hate, Out of the cry of the millions down -- That's where you got that million!
“Workers of the World Unite” by W. R. W. was also published in the December 28th, 1911 issue of Industrial Worker.
Come, Workers of the World, Unite! For Freedom firmly stand; The foes who long have scourged you Are now a stricken band; In vain shall bloody hirelings Take up the robbers' sword, To fight for empty glory -- Their deeds shall be abhored! Then, Workers of the World, Unite! Unite to free Yourselfes! Grim Tyrants sit in purple, Drunk with the blood of Slaves, While Toilers with their children Are thrust in Pauper graves. The giant limbs of Freedom Are bound with rusty chains, While Greed and Exploitation Enjoy their fiendish gains. Then, Workers of the World, Revolt! Revolt from Slavery! Despair not, faithful Comrades, Though hostile foes are strong, Their ranks are surely breaking Before your battle song; The Dawn is slowly coming To end the long dark night, The mists of Doubt are lifting, The Truth is shining bright. Then, Workers of the World, Unite! And strike for Liberty!