"Emancipate youth from work -- old age from fear." Stenographic report of the speech made by Norman Thomas, Socialist candidate for President of the United States, when he accepted the invitation to address the 11,000 delegates to the Townsend Plan convention in Cleveland, July 18, 1936.
Chicago: National Campaign Committee of the Socialist Party, 1936. 15p., wraps, creased, library stamps on wraps & first page (includes the correct withdrawn stamp), first edition. Cover title: Emancipate youth from toil.