Radical & Proletarian Literature
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Foreword by Waldo Frank. New York: International Publishers, (1935). 192 p. 1st ed. Contains material from the proceedings of the 1st American Writers Congress, sponsored by the League of American Writers. Contributors include Friedrich Wolf, Edward Dahlberg, Louis Aragon, Matthew Josephson, Joseph Freeman, Malcolm Cowley, Earl Browder, John Dos Passos..... 
New York: Equinox Cooperative Press, (1937). 256 p. 1st edition, variant binding. Hart 16. One of 2000 copies. Papers delivered at the Second American Writers' Congress sponsored by the League of American Writers. Contributors include Joseph Freeman, Malcolm Cowley, Earl Browder, Martha Gellhorn, Ernest Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish, B. A. Botkin..... 
No place: The English Journal, 1935. Wraps. 32 p. "Reprinted for private circulation from The English Journal (College Edition), Vol. XXIV, No. 3, March 1935." Hicks contributes "Literature and Revolution," Kirk wrote" The Marxist Dogma in Literature" and Hunt penned "The Social Interpretation of Literature"