Chicago: Daily Worker Publishing Co. 1925. 166p., wraps worn and detached, spine taped with yellowing clear tape, minor internal handling wear.
"Following a Comintern decision, the Foster group received minority representation on the Party's leading committees, while the Ruthenberg group retained majority control. Despite this decision, the convention was dominated by factional battles. The main issues dividing the two groups related to the farmer-labor party question. Other major problems included reorganization into shop and street nuclei, centralization, and liquidation of language federations as necessary to the bolshevization of the Party." *Seidman W381.