Copy of a letter from James Connolly to John Carstairs Matheson expressing frustration about the Socialist movement in the United States, and about the "Unity" resolution, a meeting about New York longshoremen joining the Industrial Workers of the World and the role of that organisation,
1908 January 30.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly also refers to "[Ebert?] as acting editor of the 'Daily People', [William Ernst] Trautmann, "Cole", "Beattie" and "Williams" and in relation to Catholicism, declares that he has "not the slightest tincture of faith left".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,906/2/28.
Letter is addressed from "684 E 155 St / New York".
Physical description: 1 item (11 pages).