Spreading the Good News of Socialism with song.
Songs of the Fellowship: For Use in Socialist Gatherings, Propaganda, Labor Mass Meetings, the Home, and Churches of the Social Faith by Bouck White. Socialist Literature Company, New York. 1912.
Contents: Hymn to the Outcast, A Hymn to Womanhood, Are Labor’s Sorrows Ne’er To Cease?, Ballots Are a Weapon Mighty, Behold the Comrades Gath’ring, Child-Workers, Wan and Weary, Comes the Moment to Decide, Crusader’s Hymn, Decision, Dirge To Our Martyred Dead, Earth Liberated Forever, Farewell, Competition!, Futurity, Glad Refreshing River, God the Avenger, He Stained Our Banner Red, It’s Coming Here To-Morrow, Long Hours, Marching Song, On Thy Guard!, Our Fatherland, Proletary Host Advancing, Propaganda, Ring the Bells of Gladness, Rise, Ye Captives!, Sad, Unhappy Age, Socialism’s Mandate, Soldier Boy Dying To-Night … Song of All Nations, Stand for the Blood-Red Banner, The Commonwealth is Coming, The Gathering Storm, The Good News Pouring, The Handwriting on the Wall, The Middleclass, The People’s Coronation, The Profit-Takers, The Sons of Toil are Waking, The Wide-Awakes, The World’s Historic Dream, The Workers’ Calvary, The Workers’ Song Is Swelling, To Battle We’re Marching, To the Captives that Languish and Die, Warriors Are We, We Shall Live, We Speak a Manifesto, Who Follows in Their Train?, Workers of the World, Unite! 80 pages.
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