New York: The American Spectator, 1932-1933. The first five issues, all broadsheet newspapers (22x17.5 inches), newsprint browned, folded with closed tears along some folds. Includes contributions by Theodore Dreiser, Eugne O'Neill, Clarence Darrow, Havelock Ellis, Lincoln Steffens, Liam O'Fflaherty, Ring Lardner, Jim Tully, Ernest Boyd, Tom Mooney, Bob Brown and others.
"Although this started as a completely literary 'little ' magazine, edited by George Jean Nathan, Cabell, O'Neill, Dreiser, and others, it later became a definitely radical political monthly,...." *Goldwater no. 15.