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New York: Road to Freedom Publishing Association, 1929-1931. First edition. Good. [Anarchism] Havel, Hippolyte; Walter Starret; W.S. Van Valkenburgh, eds. The Road to Freedom: A Monthly Journal of Anarchist Thought and Interpretation. New York: Road to Freedom Publishing Association, four scattered issues including Vol. V No. 11, July 1929; Vol. VII No. 3, November 1930; Vol. VII No. 11, July 1931; and Vol. VIII No. 3, November 1931. Wraps, folio sheets folded but not bound, 10 by 14 7/8-inches, 8 pp. each. Yellowed and delicate with small edge chips and tears, the outer sheet of the 1929 issue is partially split along the spine crease, lower corner creases to the July ’31 issue, and a large penciled “2” in the left margin of the cover of the November ’31 issue. Packed with original and reprinted articles, including: “Trotsky—Symbol of Dictatorship” by Alexander Berkman; “Egoism” by John Beverly Robinson; a review by Hippolyte Havel of Marcus Graham’s An Anthology of Revolutionary Poetry; “Emma Goldman Defends Her Attack on Henry George;” “Recollections of a Great Crime” (the Haymarket martyrs); “The Marxists Inhumanity to Marx” by Dr. J. Globus; “The Christian Anarchist Attitude” by Ammon A. Hennacy; and poetry by Ada Negri and Grace Kemmerling Wellington. (Goldwater 238) (os) First Edition.
Title: The Road to Freedom: A Monthly Journal of Anarchist Thought and Interpretation - Four Issues, 1929 - 1931
Edition: First edition
Publisher: New York, Road to Freedom Publishing Association: 1929-1931
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
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