New York: Communist Party of the United States of America, 1934. 32p., original wraps mildly worn. Single issue of the magazine, with court rubberstamp and red pencil notations from use as evidence in the case against Harry Bridges in 1939. Passages highlighted as evidence include advocacy for the destruction of capitalism, the infiltration of CP members into union leadership positions, and critiques of Party mismanagement of situations.
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.
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