Why Catholic Workers Should be Socialists by Mary E. Marcy. Charles H. Kerr Publishers, Chicago. 1914.
Contents: Why Catholic Workers Should be Socialists, The Church and Socialism, Breaking Up the Home, A Catholic Replies, Who Robs the Worker?, More About Socialism and the Family, What We Stand For, Rent, Don’t Agree?, War and Patriotism, The Class Struggle, Private Property, Confiscation, Socialism and Labor, Religion and Socialism, Our Attitude Towards Churches, Appendix: Socialist Party Platform Adopted 1912. 32 pages.
Mary E Marcy (1877-1922) was a leader of the Socialist Party’s Left Wing and assistant editor of International Socialist Review for 14 years. She was among the most important exponents of Marx and Marxism in US history.
The Charles H Kerr publishing house was responsible for some of the earliest translations and editions of Marx, Engels, and other leaders of the socialist movement in the United States. Publisher of the Socialist Party aligned International Socialist Review, the Charles H Kerr Co. was an exponent of the Party’s left wing and the most important left publisher of the pre-Communist US workers movement.
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