THE MASSES, MARCH 1915. Max EASTMAN.
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915
THE MASSES, MARCH 1915

THE MASSES, MARCH 1915

New York: The Masses Editors Co-operative, March, 1915. First Edition. Stapled Wrappers. This is an ORIGINAL copy of the March, 1915 issue of THE MASSES magazine. 23 pages. 10 1/2" x 13 3/4"". stapled wrappers. Cover art by George Bellows. Lead articles: "The Worst Thing in Europe" by John Reed; "Is Truth Obscene?" by Max Eastman; "At the Industrial Hearing" by Inez Haynes Gillmore. Center art: "Now We Will Talk" from a drawing by K. R. Chamberlain depicting "The Rockefeller Interests" standing over a coffin marked "Colorado", implying that the Rockefeller mine owners will talk to the striking miners "...now that the miners are all either murdered or whipped back into the mines...". The Masses was a publication of the American Left, published from 1911 through 1917, when it was closed by actions of the United States government. A very fragile copy with the covers very nearly separated and hanging by a few inches of paper; well rubbed by handling; small abrasion between the front cover SS's; still, Very Good overall and shipped in a mylar envelope and backboard. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our media to any United States address. Very Good. Item #2020

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