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Working class -- United States

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:

A Legislative Program, 1911

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.69
Scope and Contents "A socialist legislative program is not a set of planks on which to walk into office. It is a pledge of effort to be made; a guide board and a safe-guard for elected officials; a beacon casting beams of promise into the future for those on the firing line; and a warning to the foe, of that which is to come...."
Dates: Publication: 1911

A New Edition of The Jungle, 1916

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.2.37
Scope and Contents Promotional leaflet for the new edition of The Jungle, including several testimonials and commentaries.
Dates: Publication: 1916

Child Laborers' Spring Song

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Identifier: 2006-003-1-OVRSZ 1-001.jpg

Child Laborers' Spring Song, 1920

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.OVRSZ 1.1
Scope and Contents "...These are the children who know only two seasons, the busy season and the dull season, and who have never seen a living flower." Also included is the music and lyrics for "Ancient Jewish Lullaby." Cover illustration by "Doublas". Copyright International Song Publishers.
Dates: Copyright: 1920

Comrades! Let Us Be Honest, 1920

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.27
Scope and Contents A protest pamphlet written during the Finnish Socialist Federation faction fight of 1920-21.
Dates: 1920

Free the 18

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Identifier: 2006-003-1-1-041.jpg

Free the 18, 1944-06

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.41
Scope and Contents "Free the 18 leaders of Minneapolis Truckdrivers Local 544-CIO and the Socialist Workers Party now behind prison bars, sentenced under the anti-labor Smith 'gag' Act." Announcement flyer for a radio address, "Free Speech and Labor's Rights" presented by James T. Farrell on WEVD-Radio.
Dates: 1944-06

Industrial Unionism in the American Labor Movement, 1937

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.58
Scope and Contents Cover only of a pamphlet from the League for Industrial Democracy pamphlet series.
Dates: Publication: 1937

Is It a Crime to Be Old?, 1928

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Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.61
Scope and Contents "...What shall we do with those who are no longer young? 1. Have them live off their children? 2. Send them to the poorhouse? 3. Have them beg for charity?...Vote Socialist!" Norman Thomas for President, James H. Maurer for Vice President.
Dates: 1928