Second issue of rare magazine issued by the University of Chicago Socialist Club, affiliate of the Student League for Industrial Democracy. Nine issues were produced of this title from 1935 to 1939, with the only extant run in the library of the University of Chicago. No microfilm is available.
Frequency of the publication was semi-annual. There are 16 pages in this issue.
No copyright in initial publication. Published in the United State prior to April 1, 1989. Public domain.
No other copies of this particular issue are listed on WorldCat as of March 2010. This is scanned from an original copy in the Tim Davenport collection.
This issue features:
Allison Ackley: "Hearst -- The Gallahad of Capitalism."
James Patterson: "With Uncle Sam in the Woods."
Maynard Krueger: "Do You Believe in Violent Revolution?"
David S. Savler: "The Liberal -- A Short Story."
Robert Dubin: "Scientists -- Act."
Truman Kirkpatrick: "The Truth about the Strike."
"An Open Letter to the Investigating Committee."
Georg Mann: "Let's Have Better Investigations."