Pacific weekly: a Western journal of fact and opinion; Vol. 3 No. 17, October 28 1935. W. K. Bassett, and publisher.

Pacific weekly: a Western journal of fact and opinion; Vol. 3 No. 17, October 28 1935

Carmel: Pacific Associates, 1935. pp194-204., stapled wraps, 9.25 x 12 inches, ex-library with ownership stamp on front wrap and address label on rear wrap, wraps lightly worn and soiled, staples rusted else very good condition.

Established in 1934 by W. K. Bassett and his wife Dorthea Castlehoun, The Pacific Weekly was a Left-leaning weekly Carmel, California journal. Lincoln Steffens, a columnist and associate editor for this issue, would go on to seize control in June 1936 and push for a more hard-line Communist Party agenda. Articles on the childhood and youth of Tom Mooney, Communist "religiophobia", and more. Includes a short story by Marcelo Salinas translated from Spanish by Langston Hughes. Fourteen holdings located in OCLC of the title as of 5/2020.

Cat.No: 252435

Price: $30.00