Forward Dedicated to Greater Popular Control of Politics and Industry at Home and Abroad Vo. 3 No. 1. January, 1919

Boston, Massachusetts: Forward, 1919. F 16 pages; editor W. Harris Crook, also on the masthead H.W.L. Dana, Anna N. Davis, Wm. Churchill Gerrish, Virginia MacMechan, Eleanor Wood Whitman; with much of the material articles concerning the state of Russia, the Bolshevik Revolution and its relations with the West after WW I; France after the war and particularly the reaction to Wilson and the Peace talks and including a laid-in 'Late Supplement' "What Wilson Faces"; Morris (Maurice) Hindus' contribution "The Truth About Russia" from his Tremont Temple Meeting of Dec. 7, from stenographic notes; Santeri Nuorteva, Bessie Beatty, Albert Williams, Estther Norton on Women's Attitude Toward War, Robert W. Dunn on Organized Labor in America, Harry F. Ward's speech at Ford Hall in Boston, in Dec. of 1918; Harry W. Laidler on Facing the Future (The 1918 Socialist Program on Reconstruction); a couple of paragraphs are taken out of other periodicals, one from the Butte Daily Bulletin of Nov. 23 1918 in which 'Raymond Robins Speaks!' about the fact that he holds documents that he will publish concerning the truth about the Russian Revolution that he gathered while there during the war - this section has a few lines underlined in blue pencil by a previous owner - lines that indicate that the Soviets must be supported; slightly unusual larger format, 12 1/4" x 8 3/4" approximate size; paper stapled self-covers; some edgewear, spotting, soiling; in good condition. Good Paperback (Item ID: 20955)


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