Three American Radicals: John Swinton, Charles P. Steinmetz, And William Dean Howells
Avalon Publishing, 1991 M09 25 - 234 pages
Sender Garlin is a veteran journalist and pamphleteer who was present at all the Moscow purge trials of the 1930s. Here he writes on three Americans radicals involved in forging a new political force in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
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