Letter from James Connolly to John Carstairs Matheson about Daniel De Leon being "defeated" in New York City, the class issue, Connolly's defence of himself at a meeting, his opinion of the socialist movement in the United Kingdom, and a letter to the United States from Scotland vouching for Connolly's character,
1908 March 1.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly also writes about "French" "Hunton", "Mashowitz", "Francis", H.J. Brimble, [Frank] Bohn, [William Dudley] Haywood and a letter by Otto Justh said to bear corrections by Connolly.
Letter is addressed from "684 E 155 St, / New York.".
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