Radical & Proletarian Literature
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Vol. LIX, No. 2958 (August 10, 1905). Illustrated with several caricatures of Gorky reprinted from Russian newspapers. This issue also contains "A Collar Starcher's Story," which is described as "truthful story of the strikers' side of the case [which] was given to Reta Childe Dorr by a Troy collar starcher"..... 
Ed. by Ben Blake. London: Lawrence & Wishart (with International Publishers binding & dust wrapper), 1937. 8vo. Cloth. 427 p. 1st American ed. 1st American edition from the sheets printed in the Soviet Union with the Lawrence & Wishart imprint on the title page & an International Publishers binding &..... 
New York: Covici-Friede Publishers, 1930. 8vo. Cloth. x, 65 p. 1st ed. According to the dust wrapper blurb: "This volume takes its title from a group of semi-dramatic monologues which disclose the lives of men and women huddled together in the poverty-infested tenement rooming houses on the lower west side..... 
New York: New Review Publishing Association, 1916. 12mo. Brown cloth, paper label. 44 p. 1st ed. A play dealing with the relations of the sexes in bohemian Greenwich Village. It doesn't seem to have any avowedly socialist content despite the fact that the "New Review" was a socialist periodical. Contains.....