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Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, (1945). 16mo. Wraps. 74 p. "Every day the Soviet press carries reports of extraordinary heroic deeds performed by plain Soviet people in the fight to free their native land from the fascist invaders. These are not works of fiction or art but simple facts related..... 
18 issues from 1921 (specific issues upon request). Goldwater 286. "This mid-Western weekly took the numbering of its predecessors, the Swedish Social-Demokraten, the New World (one issue), and New Age (March 25 to July 1, 1921). But with the new name, it took a markedly radical direction, with William Z...... 
Vol. 3, No. 21 (Whole No. 103) (May 21, 1934). Broadsheet newspaper issued in San Francisco by the Communist Party, USA. The main headline of this issue is "Militant Picketing, Sympathy Strikes Tie up All Shipping," dealing with the longshore strike which would develop into the San Francisco General Strike..... 
Vol. 3, No. 49 (Whole No. 131) (October 4, 1934). Broadsheet newspaper issued in San Francisco by the Communist Party, USA. The main headlines of this issue are "A.F.L. Machine Seeks 'Arbitration', Not Gains. 500 Battle S.F. Police for Right Free Speech. San Francisco Stevedores Resume Strike on 2 Piers."..... 
Vol. 3, No. 52 (Whole No. 134) (October 15, 1934). Broadsheet newspaper issued in San Francisco by the Communist Party, USA. The main headlines of this issue are "Rush Protests! Thaelmann Frame-up Trial Set for October 15. Rank, File to Carry Fight back to Unions. Calif. State Jobless Conference Fresno.....