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New York: Civil Rights Congress, 1952. Pamphlet. 64p., wraps slightly shelf worn else very good condition. Lawson was the pseudonym of Elsa Block. "A communist interpretation of the Alien and Sedition Acts of the eighteenth century as almost exactly paralleling the Smith Act cases today." *Seidman L138.
New York: Workers Bookshop, 1941. Paperback. 101p., wraps worn and heavily chipped along the spine, spine "repaired" with non-archival tape, some internal creasing, 8.5x11 inches. A basic reading copy only. Verso title page states that "This outline was prepared on the basis of a series of lectures delivered by Elizabeth.....
New York: Workers Bookshop, 1941. 101p., text reproduced from typescript, stapled textblock in paste-fastened printed wraps. Quite edgeworn, with ragged tears to rear cover, and former owner's cautious annotations and underlinings; paperstock reasonably sound but faintly damp-rippled. Laid in are several printed items the owner thought supplementary including an undated.....