New York: The Liberator Publishing Co. 1919. Magazine. 50p., illustrations throughout, 8.5x11 inch magazine, disbound from an old fastening with stab-holes up and down a somewhat ragged spine-fold with old paste adhesions, old vertical cease now flattened, paperstock is very toned and fragile with numerous leaves chipped round margins, edgewear with minute chipping to wraps and textblock, color graphic (dove in blue and white trailing red ribbon or meat, on a blue-black ground) unaffected except by light soil, creasing and marginal chips. Content is intact. Fair-only, a reading copy.
This issue commences with editor on The Trial of Eugene Debs; contains two essays by John Reed (On Intervention in Russia, The Structure of the Soviet State), pieces by Dell and Trchtenberg; celebrates acquittal of editors on charges of subversion; find poetry by Eastman, Clement Wood; illustrations by Robinson, Young and Maurice Stern.
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