ETOL Writers: Carlos Hudson


Carlos Hudson

Internet Archive


Biography (not yet available)

Works:

March 1934: Inside the C.C.C. Camps

May 1934: The Case of Mr. Dillinger

May 1934: Crime and Economics – Starving Men Steal

March 1938: A Frame-Up That Failed

April 1942: Anglo-American Plans for Italy (as Jack Ranger)

September 1942: Aviation and the War (as Jack Ranger)

16 September 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

23 September 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

30 September 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

7 October 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

14 October 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

21 October 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

28 October 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

4 November 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

18 November 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

25 November 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

2 December 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

9 December 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

16 December 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

23 December 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

30 December 1946: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

6 January 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – Mr. H and His $10,000 (as Jack Ranger) (column)

13 January 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – A Close-Up of the Economy (as Jack Ranger) (column)

20 January 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire (as Jack Ranger) (column)

27 January 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – How Are the Farmers Doing? (as Jack Ranger) (column)

3 February 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – Farms Get Bigger (as Jack Ranger) (column)

10 February 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – Those Portal Pay Suits (as Jack Ranger) (column)

17 February 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – We Could Do It Better (as Jack Ranger) (column)

24 February 1947: Tapping the Wall Street Wire – Business Failures Coming (as Jack Ranger) (column)

5 January 1948: Collapse or Prosperity? (as Jack Ranger)

5 January 1948: Collapse or Prosperity? (as Jack Ranger)

12 January 1948: What Do We Face – Prosperity or a Depression? (as Jack Ranger)

16 February 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

1 March 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

8 March 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

29 March 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

12 April 1948: Senator Taylor – Wallace’s Running Mate (as Jack Ranger)

12 April 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – The Impact of Truman’s New War Program ... (column) (as Jack Ranger)

26 April 1948: Chicago – A May Day Survey (as Jack Ranger)

10 May 1948: Fact and Fancy in the Stassen Myth (as Jack Ranger)

24 May 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – The Best the System Can Offer (column) (as Jack Ranger)

28 June 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – More Inflation Ahead (column) (as Jack Ranger)

5 July 1948: The Truth – President, Congress Agree Each Is Worst (as Jack Ranger)

August–October 1948: A Labor Party – A “Must” for American Workers (series) (as Jack Ranger)

30 August 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – Notes on Next M-Day (column) (as Jack Ranger)

13 September 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

4 October 1948: There Is Nothing to Be Gained from Dewey, Truman or Wallace (as Jack Ranger)

25 October 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – “Featherbedding” by the Capitalists (column) (as Jack Ranger)

8 November 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – A Tax-and-Debt-Ridden World (column) (as Jack Ranger)

15 November 1948: Election Results Heighten Workers’ Confidence – Illinois (as Jack Ranger)

20 December 1948: Tapping the Wall St. Wire – Sales and Employment Slipping (column) (as Jack Ranger)

March 1949: Boom and Bust in American Prosperity (as Jack Ranger)

March 1949: Chicago – The “Small Pool of Labor” Makes Bosses Happy (as Jack Ranger)

May 1949: Case Study – Labor Leaders and T-H Repeal (as Jack Ranger)

May 1949: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

June 1949: Tapping the Wall St. Wire (column) (as Jack Ranger)

June 1949: Union Officials Secretly on Repub Payroll (as Jack Ranger)

September 1951: The “Why?” Is Missing (as Jack Ranger) (book review)


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