Draft of a lecture by James Connolly taking issue with Connolly's public disagreement with Daniel De Leon being described as the "Connolly controversy" and outlining what is at stake for him, De Leon and the Socialist Labor Party of America,
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes that among the issues to be decided is whether the "ruling class" in the party "are revolutionists worthy of the name" or "automatons to move when comrade De Leon pulls the string". Connolly refers to individuals including [Frank] Bohn, "Johnson" and "Ech", [T.A.?] Hickey, Justus Ebert and [Lazarus] Abelson. On the verso of page 7 are notes by Connolly.
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