Sacco and Vanzetti Labors Martyrs by Max Shachtman. Published by International Labor Defense, New York City. 1927.
Contents: The Palmer Raids, The Death of Andrea Salsedo, Who Were Sacco and Vanzetti?, Vanzetti’s First Trial, The Trial of Sacco and Vanzetti, Sacco is Also ‘Identified’, The Honorable and Virtuous Prosecution Witness, ‘Consciousness of Guilt’, The Working Class Organizes in Protest, Court Motions and Mass Movements, The Case Gets a ‘New Complexion’, The Department of Justice is Caught Red-Handed, The Madeiros Confession, The Militants Demand a Protest Movement, Thayer Replies to the Protests, Gov. Fuller Takes a Hand, One Hundred Million for Sacco and Vanzetti, The Counter-Campaign, From Shanghai to Chicago from Cape Horn to Copenhagen, The Martyrdom, The Lessons of the Sacco and Vanzetti Case, A Monument to Sacco and Vanzetti. 80 pages.
Labor Defender was published monthly from 1926 until 1937 by the International Labor Defense (ILD), a Workers Party of America, and later Communist Party-led, non-partisan defense organization founded by James Cannon and William Haywood while in Moscow, 1925 to support prisoners of the class war, victims of racism and imperialism, and the struggle against fascism. It included, poetry, letters from prisoners, and was heavily illustrated with photos, images, and cartoons. Labor Defender was the central organ of the Scottsboro and Sacco and Vanzetti defense campaigns. Editors included T. J. O’ Flaherty, Max Shactman, Karl Reeve, J. Louis Engdahl, William L. Patterson, Sasha Small, and Sender Garlin.
PDF of full issue: https://www.marxists.org/archive/shachtma/1927/saccovanz.pdf