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Appeal to Reason

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Socialist newspaper, published weekly out of Girard, Kansas between 1895-1922.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Parable and the Water Tank, Early 1900s

 Item
Identifier: 2006.003.1.2.7
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"There was a certain very dry land, the people whereof were in sore need of water. And they did nothing but to seek after water from morning until night, and many perished because they could not find it...." Published by Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas.

Dates: Issued: Early 1900s

Political Tyranny

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Identifier: 2006-003-1-2-017.jpg

Political Tyranny, 1910-12-16

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.2.17
Scope and Contents

Flyer announcing a lecture event featuring J. Stitt Wilson speaking on "Shall Fred Warren Go To Jail?"; Cameron H. King, Jr. speaking on "The Surrender of Federenko, the Russian Refugee"; and S. Schulberg speakinig on "The Japanese Haymarket". Ernest L. Reguin of the Machinists' Union No. 68 presiding.

Dates: Publication: 1910-12-16

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Archival Object 2
Digital Record 1
 
Subject
Garment workers -- United States -- History. 2
Labor unions -- California. 2
Trade-unions -- Machinists -- United States. 2
War criminals 2
Parables -- Fiction. 1
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