Archive of the International Socialist Review, a magazine published by Charles Kerr Publishing Cooperative that was supportive of the direct action oriented 'left-wing' of the Socialist Party and the Industrial Workers of the World. ISR's antiwar stance eventually caused problems with the U.S. government, which revoked its mailing privileges, causing ISR to go defunct.
Work in progress...just
Work in progress...just realized that the PDFs I have of ISR are massive 700+ page volumes, and not individual issues. I'll have to split them up like I was doing with Industrial Pioneer (also a work in progress).
Juan Conatz wrote: Work in
you know I wouldn't bother to split them up, I would just post the volumes. It will be much quicker and TBH for researchers it would be easier to just browse a volume rather than multiple smaller issues anyway
I would advocate for volumes
I would advocate for volumes too. Or link to the archive.org site?
Nah I disagree. There's
Nah I disagree. There's nothing easy about going through 700 page PDF's. Personally, my little 3 year old netbook can't even handle them. And listing the contents would be lenghty. In any case, we'd just be copying Marxists.org. The reason I decided to put em on here was because I thought I had single issues, as opposed to the volumes that they put up.