New York: Libertarian Socialist League, 1952-54. Six issues of the mimeographed discussion bulletin of the LSL, all 8.5x11 inches, average length 14 to 18 pages each. Issues present are 7, 10-14. Several issues have browned pages and minor edge chipping, generally good to very good.
The LSL rejected Stalinism but was otherwise broad, incorporating democratic socialists as well as some left anarchists. Some members were close to the Socialist Party. Includes several pieces on McCarthy-era suppression and investigation of the group, several of whose members, such as Thomas Stone, had been in the Communist Party USA back in the 1930s. Authors include Stone, Frank Smith, John Loeb and others.