The workers' answer to Coolidge's message: A Labor Party in the 1928 election! Coolidge presents capitalist program against workers in message to Congress. The workers' answer must be independent political action in support of a workers' program. Statement of the Workers (Communist) Party

Chicago: Workers (Communist) Party, 1928. Four panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, printed on both sides, all text, paper browned, some chipping on the edges. Rear panel includes an application to join the Workers (Communist) Party and subscribed to The Daily Worker.

"Central Committee, Workers (Communist) Party, C.E. Ruthenberg, General Secretary." Includes sections on African Americans, farmers, and a call to build a labor party.

Cat.No: 174847

Price: $95.00