Chicago: Literature Department, Workers Party of America, 1924. 29p. [+ ads], wraps a bit soiled, with a few pen markings and closed tear on the front wrap, minor internal damp staining. "The limits of the Workers Party united-front policy in politics. In Minnesota Party candidates must announce themselves as communists, even if this endangers the united front. In Michigan communists must oppose a Republican candidate, even though this splits the united front. Where there is a third party, as in the case of La Follette on the national scene, with farmer and industrial worker support, the Workers Party will endorse him." *Seidman R252. (Inventory #: 27289)
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