New York: Communist Party of the United States of America, 1933. pp. 963-1056., original wraps slightly shelf worn. Single issue of the magazine, purchased by an inspector for the US Department of Justice for use as evidence in anti-Communist surveilance. Pen note on cover states "Purchased @ 10th + Broadway, Oakland, Cal. Oct. 27," with the inspector's name. D.O.J. rubberstamp for the Immigration and Naturalization Service can be found on title page.
The D.O.J. conducted extensive research into the published writings of foreign-born labor leaders at this time in an effort to deport them, the most famous case being that of Harry Bridges.