London: International Marxist Group, 1971. Cover story, pp.25-42, text typewriter-set, 8.5 x 6 inch staplebound journal wraps, entire issue. Mild external signs of handling, faint browning of text paper and a very faint food stain (mustard yellow).
Appended editorial remark reads, in part, "This article was originally sent in to the Red Mole. It was too long for that paper. The editor of the Red Mole felt that he would not like to shorten it because of the large amount of factual material of interest to British Revolutionaries [caps sic] it contained. He therefore suggested that the INTERNATIONAL should print it. We readily agreed although we are not in full agreement with its entire political line" --also find a lengthy appraisal of James Connolly , an article by Trotsky ("For Grynszpan" concerning 'the trial of Herschel Grynszpan, who killed Nazi offical in the German Embassy in Paris on 7 November 1938'), an extract from a Lenin letter ("On the attemped assassination of the Austrian prime minister") and a bunch of book reviews (Irish revolution, etc.).