Radical & Proletarian Literature
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New York: Guardian Books, (1948). Boards. 351 p. 2nd printing. Belfrage, a radical British journalist, was editor of the "National Guardian," which began as the campaign weekly of the Wallace campaign and continued as an independent Marxist tabloid. He was deported in the McCarthy period and thereafter appeared on the..... 
London: Jarrolds Publishers, (1936). Small 8vo. Cloth. 336 p. 1st British ed. Hanna 297. Blake p. 271. Rideout p. 297. "Most representative of traditional realism" in radical novels "perhaps, is such a book as Thomas Bell's quiet and surprisingly pleasant 'All Bridge Are Beautiful,' the record of the first two-and-a-half..... 
New York: Putnam's (1935). Small 8vo. Cloth. 311 p. 1st ed. Hanna 299. Blake p. 254. "Striker Godown, a young newspaperman, becomes involved in the Jericho Iron Works strike through his friendship with the strike leader, Mike Strovenik. In spite of his sympathy for the workers, Godwin decides to marry..... 
Los Angeles: DeVorss & Co., Publishers, (1935). 12mo. Blue cloth. 140 p. 1st ed. Dystopian novel in which, according to the dust wrapper blurb (not present on this copy), we may "read how the Secret Red Council planned to overthrow this Government and how their efforts were thwarted by John.....