Roosevelt, Czolgosz and Anarchy by Jay Fox and Communism by Henry Addis
N.d. [ca 1902]·Chicago
by FOX, Jay / Henry Addis; "Published by the New York Anarchists"
Chicago: Free Society, N.d. [ca 1902]. First Edition. The majority of the pamphlet (12pp) is taken up with Fox's essay, a response to Theodore Roosevelt's attack on the Anarchists in his first address to Congress following William McKinley's assassination (1901). Uncommon; generally mis-catalogued as bearing the imprint of "The New York Anarchists," due to the misleading front wrapper heading. The pamphlet was in fact published by the Chicago anarchist newspaper Free Society; rear wrapper verso includes a list of other pamphlets available from the publisher. Staple-bound pamphlet. 12mo; printed self-wrappers; 16pp. Some staining to bound edge due to staple rot; chipping to upper edge of several leaves of text; still a complete, Good to Very Good copy. (Inventory #: 31622)
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