Letter from James Connolly to William O'Brien on learning of the failure of his proposal to consider the establishment of an organiser's fund, his unwillingness to go on the payroll [of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union], and his belief that Irish socialists must fight elections,
1910 October 11.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly also questions why James Larkin travelled to Glasgow to discuss the details of an organiser's fund if it was not to be established. He states that he considers negotiations over and will return to the United States. He also refers to accounts for, and the possible reprinting of, pamphlets.
Letter addressed from "172 Buchanan St / Glasgow".
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