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Washington to Petrograd - via Rome, 1917-10

Identifier: 2006.

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Reprint from The Masses of an editorial by Max Eastman. "When war was declared we called for some proof that it was a war for democracy...When Russia appealed to the Allies to declare for a peace upon the wise and democratic basis of 'no punitive indemnities, no forcible annexations, free development for all nationalities,' and the President [Wilson] echoed the British government in a flat refusal to consider these terms....If you believe in rule by the majority enroll today in The People's Council of America."


  • Publication: 1917-10



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1 item : Reprint from The Masses. ; 23 x 15.8 cm

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