Three American Radicals: John Swinton, Charles P. Steinmetz, And William Dean Howells
Routledge, 2019 M08 22 - 234 pages
Sender Garlin is a veteran journalist and pamphleteer who has interviewed such figures as Theodore Dreiser, Clarence Darrow and Emma Goldman, and was present at all the Moscow purge trials of the 1930s. Here he writes on three Americans involved in forging a new political force before, and just after, the turn of the century.
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