Vanguard (Vol. 2, No. 6, January-February 1936)

The January-February 1936 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York, with articles by Sam Dolgoff, Peter Kropotkin, Tom Mooney, Emma Goldman, and Augustin Souchy.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on May 26, 2015


-Peter Kropotkin: the struggle for a new liberty by Senex (a.k.a. Mark Schmidt)

-Prosperity: for whom? by S.W. (a.k.a. Sam Dolgoff)

-The First International by Peter Kropotkin

-The frame-up system by Tom Mooney

-Sanctions and the working class by Emma Goldman

-The transitional period (concluded) by Senex (a.k.a. Mark Schmidt)

-Who are the Progressives in the A.F. of L.? by S. Weiner (a.k.a. Sam Dolgoff)

-Social Security a la Townsend by S. Morrison (a.k.a. Sidney Solomon)

-Which way for the negro? by George Creighton (a.k.a. Glenn Carrington)

-From our mail box

-Left winds in Spain by Onofre Dallas (a.k.a. Maximiliano Olay).

-The United Front in France by Augustin Souchy

-The libertarian movement in Japan

-Book review: Karl Marx, His Life by Franz Mehring, review by Senex (a.k.a. Mark Schmidt)

-Class war prisoners

-Party splits by Roman Weinrebe