Of particular interest in this issue are reports on Spanish solidarity and an interview with Catalan Culture minister Ventura Gassol in the first months of the Civil War. Also, an article by future ‘Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee’ author Dee Brown on the reality of his home state of Arkansas. Brown was in his twenties when he wrote this, ‘Bury’ would be published nearly 35 years later.
The FIGHT Against War and Fascism. Vol. 4 No. 1. November, 1936.
Contents: Spain Speaks: An Interview with Ventura Gassol by Margaret Duroc, Frontiers—Old and New by Jerome Davis, Little Rock by Dee Brown, ‘Since he became an AntiFascist’ by Hoff , Out of Their Own Mouths by Quincy Howe,18 Years After by John Graves, Youth Stands for Life by John Lorimer, On Armistice Day by Walter Wilson, DEPARTMENTS, Radio, Movies, Building the League by Paul Reid. Youth Notes.
FIGHT Against War and Fascism was the monthly newspaper of the broad-based, but Communist-inspired, American League Against War and Fascism formed in 1933 as Nazism came to power in Germany. The paper and the League attracted fairly wide support and hosted many events in the 1930s. In 1937, reflecting the Popular Front turn, the name of the group was changed to the American League for Peace and Democracy and the journal to The Fight for Peace and Democracy. Both the paper and the organization closed in the wake of 1939’s Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.
PDF of full issue: http://mc.dlib.nyu.edu/files/books/tamwag_fawf000037/tamwag_fawf000037_hi.pdf