New York: Published by Liberator Publishing Co, 1919. I:11. (Whole number 11). Quarto. Pictorial wrapper. Pictorial wrapper. Text tanned and leaves largely (and neatly) detached (or soon to be). A useful reference copy of a key issue that is most often seen in shambles. Edited initially by Max and Crystal Eastman and Floyd Dell, and further on by Robert Minor, et al, with distinguished art and advisory editors. This number includes contributions by Dell, John Reed's "How Soviet Russia Conquered Imperial Germany," Lenin (the first appearance of the highly important "A Letter to American Workingmen" after the manuscript, it is said, was smuggled ashore by a sailor who jumped ship and swam it in), etc. Published monthly from March 1918 through October 1924, LIBERATOR was the direct successor to THE MASSES, maintained in much the same spirit, but with a sharpening of concerns based on refinements in Marxist principles and practice, most notably in light of developments in Russia. GOLDWATER 137. HOFFMAN, et al, p.254. ADAMS, p. 61 (ref). (Inventory #: WRCLIT76139)
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