Los Angeles: International Group, 1939. Eleven issues of the monthly newspaper, one of them a double issue; 12x18 inches, evenly toned, several issues have foxing at lower edges, otherwise very good. April and May are both labeled no. 4.
The most influential U.S. anarchist periodical of the 1930s. Marcus Graham (Shmuel Marcus - 1893-1985) a Romanian immigrant, edited a number of anarchist publications including the illegal New York journal on the Soviet Union, Anarchist Soviet Bulletin (1919-1920), and Free Society (1921-1922). Man! was his last major publication. This year's coverage includes momentous events such as the defeat of Republican Spain, anti-fascist agitation in the US and abroad, and other issues of import such as the treatment of ethnic minorities.