Socialist Labor Party
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New York: Socialist Labor Party, [1947?]. Four panel brochure, paper browned, creased, 6x9 inches. Stamp on front panel: "Outdoor meetiing at Public Square, Saturday, July 26, 1947 -- 8:00 P.M., E.A. Teichert, of Greensburg, Pa., will spean on 'Industrial unionsim -- the workers' power!'"
(New York): Socialist Labor Party of America, . 4p., single folded sheet, worn. Introduction to the SLP, focusing on refuting charges about incompatibility of socialism and political freedom. "Socialism rejects the state!" Reverse has red rubberstamp advertising a free lecture by Joseph Pirincin in Los Angeles.
New York: Socialist Labor Party, n.d. 4-panel brochure, 8.5x12 inches, with cartoon-illustrated parody of the old nursery rhyme. Paper toned, otherwise very good. Not found in OCLC. Last line is "This is the program to rescue the workers robbed of the surplus that goes to the owners who deal with.....
New York: Socialist Labor Party, n.d. 4-panel brochure, 8.5x12 inches, with cartoon-illustrated parody of the old nursery rhyme. Paper toned, edgeworn with multiple closed tears, some foxing. Not found in OCLC. Last line is "This is the program to rescue the workers robbed of the surplus that goes to the.....
San Luis Obispo, CA: Socialist League for Industrial Government, 1969. 10p., mimeographed, 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled upper left, staple rusting. Includes list of attendees and minutes from the event. SLIG was affiliated with Socialist Reconstruction, which had split off from the Socialist Labor Party on the grounds that that organization.....