Vintage 1926 Labor Union Defender Social Reform Fugitive Lit Magazine

$450.00

International Labor Defense (ILD), advocates of the American Workers Party, publication. While the magazine ran from 1926 to 37, few issues remain. Volume 1: No 6 spotlights the events and arrests of the Passaic (NJ) Strike. Content includes an open letter from Bill Haywood, illustrated list of the Second Conference participants, coverage of the Ruthenberg Appeal as well as Voices from...

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International Labor Defense (ILD), advocates of the American Workers Party, publication. While the magazine ran from 1926 to 37, few issues remain.

Volume 1: No 6 spotlights the events and arrests of the Passaic (NJ) Strike. Content includes an open letter from Bill Haywood, illustrated list of the Second Conference participants, coverage of the Ruthenberg Appeal as well as Voices from Prison segments (Ferdinando N. Sacco, Nicola Sacco, Eugene Barnett, Abraham Cisneros, Pedro Perales, Edgar Combs and Albert Weisbord (Alcatraz), and Birthdays of Class War Prisoners (two imprisoned in San Quentin) which suggest gifts.

Measures 9 x 12” with original fold, heavy soiling and edge damage. Pages loose from one another and covers. Rare reference.