History of political suppression of anarchists pamphlet
Front cover of pamphlet lists recent anarchists persecuted by governments, including Josue Morales Redon, Mexican Federation of Anarchists (FAM); Julia Millan Hernandez, Spanish Federation of Anarchists (FAI); Mike Lamm and Ed Stover, International Workers of the World (IWW); David Rico (Sr.), Ricardo Gonzalves, and Carlos Calderon, IWW [Rico was a Brown Beret]; and Ernie Olsen, Social-Revolutionary Anarchist Federation (SRAF).
The remaining pages of the pamphlet tackle related persecution from a historical perspective: Bobby Seale; the Haymarket Riots; the Elain Riots; William D. Haywood, Charles H. Moyer, and George A. Pettibone of the Western Federation of Miners; Tom Mooney, Rena Mooney, and Warren K. Billings; and Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
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Pamphlet consists of even legal-sized sheets stapled together at upper left. Front cover lists cases of anarchists killed in Mexico City and (suspected) in San Francisco, with others hassled by police or governmental agencies. "Las Tres de San Diego," a trio of Chicano IWW members arrested in 1971 is included. Remaining six pages are general history of the suppression of anarchists.
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Rusting caused by metal staple (staple since removed). Mild wear else good condition.
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