Foreword by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. New York: Workers Library Publishers, (1937). 12mo. Wraps. 31 p. 1st ed. Seidman B71. Buhle 341. 
"Barton updates her earlier publication on Mother Bloor (published in 1935) to bring the interpretation in line with the party's new emphasis on 'mass organizing' among women. Instead of describing the revered Communist as 'class fighter,' Barton now presents Mother Bloor as loyal citizen, a native-born activist in the tradition of the American Revolution" - Buhle.