Tag: Political Prisoners
Bars and Shadows: The Prison Poetry of Ralph Chaplin, Introduced by Scott Nearing. Leonard Press, New York City 1922.
‘The Prison Story of the Wobblies’ by Harrison George, Illustrated by Maurice Becker from Workers Monthly. Vol. 4 No. 5. March, 1925.
‘To Hell With Your Courts!’ by Jack Whyte from Mother Earth. Vol. 7 No. 7. September, 1912.
‘In Harlan County: Behind Kentucky Bars’ by Vern Smith from Labor Defender. Vol. 8 No. 2. February, 1932.
‘The Case of Louise Olivereau’ by Anne Gallagher from One Big Union Monthly. Vol. 1 No. 8. October, 1919.
‘Love For the Ideal of the Revolutionary World Proletariat’ by Manuel Rey (Prisoner in Leavenworth) from One Big Union Monthly. Vol. 1 No. 6. August, 1919.
‘Who’s Who in Prison: Eugene Barnett’ by Ralph Chaplin from Labor Herald. Vol. 2 No. 10. December, 1923.
Speech of William D. Haywood on the Case of Ettor and Giovannitti, May 21, 1912. Published by the Ettor-Giovannitti Defense Committee, Lawrence, Massachusetts. 1912.
‘Who are the Gastonia Prisoners?’ from Labor Defender. Vol. 4 No. 9. September, 1929.
‘Behind Prison Bars’ by Grace V. Silver from International Socialist Review. Vol. 13 No. 2. August, 1912.
‘Water Cure for Workers, Turkey for Pimps’ from Industrial Worker. Vol. 2 No. 38. December 8, 1910.
Letter to the Skunk Warden of Leavenworth from Fellow Worker Roy P. O’Connor, 1921.
‘Life In Leavenworth Federal Prison’ by John Pancner from One Big Union Monthly. Vol. 1 No. 6. August, 1919.
‘Joe Hill to the People of Utah’ from The International Socialist Review. Vol. 16 No. 4. October, 1915.
‘Jim Larkin Goes to Jail’ by Louise Bryant from The Liberator. Vol. 3 No. 6. June, 1920.
‘A Solider of the Revolution’ by Wilhelm Wilhelm Liebknecht, 1872 from Speeches of Liebknecht. International Publishers, New York. 1928.
The Case of Sacco and Vanzetti in Cartoons from the Daily Worker by Fred Ellis. Daily Worker Publishers, New York. 1927.
‘The Fort Leavenworth General Strike of Prisoners: An Experiment in the Radical Guidance of Mass Discontent’ by Carl Haessler. Labor Defender. January, 1927.
‘May Day in Ft. Leavenworth’ by a Socialist C.O. from The Liberator. Vol. 2 No. 6. June, 1919.
Faces of Comrades Past. Class War Prisoner S.J. Powell was Secretary-Treasurer of the Texas Farmers and Laborers Protective Association.
Two Wobbly Seamen: ‘Letters from Class-War Prisoners’ from Labor Defender. July, 1926.
The Toiler. Vol. 2 No. 115. April 16, 1920.
‘How to Act Under Arrest and Police Terrorism’ Central Control Commission Directives, Communist Party, U.S.A. 1931.
‘The Last Prisoner of the March’ by Art Shields from Labor Defender. April, 1926.
Faces of Comrades Past: Class Warriors from Labor Defender. May, 1930.
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