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

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.


-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

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