Thanks, we're getting more of this stuff up, with a lot of the Communist/Left-SP stuff getting PDFed and places online:
and so on. Some of this is up at archive.org or the Goggle site but we are aiming for higher quality and a lot more accessibility.
I'm particularly proud of the art work for the covers and content of Labor Defender. It was quite a 'pictorial' style magazine.
As noted here we have The Militant/New Militant/Socialist Appeal up now through 1937. We're working on 1937 through 1941 now (when the paper became "The Militant" again) and also "New Internationalist" (1917-1919) a left-SP/comm. journal and will probably do all of ISR 1912 through it's demise in 1918...and several others as well. Finally it won't only be academics and historians but activists who can access these materials.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tom" <tomcod2@...> wrote:
> Great Contribution!
> --- In email@example.com, "David" <dave.walters@> wrote:
> > We put up on the MIA, MS's "Sacco and Vanzetti, Labor's Martyrs" at http://www.marxists.org/archive/shachtma/1927/saccovanz.pdf
> > This was published by the International Labor Defender in 1927. It's a PDF of the 89 page book with both front and back covers shown.
> > David