Transcript of a letter from James Connolly to the 'Weekly People' titled "As to race and language organizations",
1907 March 2.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly states that he is opposed to race and language branches within the Socialist Labor Party [of America] and writes that Irish associations in America are "for the express purpose of assisting capitalist political parties in the old country". He also refers to having gathered over 30 names in New York district "trying to help the [socialist] movement in Ireland" and a festival planned for the 3rd of March as the "greatest feast of revolutionary song and comradeship New York has ever known".
Connolly's address is given as "152 Hawthorne Ave[nue], Newark, N.Y."
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