Letter from John Branagan of the Irish Socialist Republican Party to "Comrade" asking him to use his influence with the Socialist Labour Party to reopen negotiations regarding the unification of the "forces of socialism",
[1904?] February 20.
|Main Creator:||Branagan, John|
Branagan mentions that "Rafferty" will no longer be a delegate and that his actions were not approved of by the party. Branagan also notes that the Irish Socialist Republican Party would be willing to change its name.
In 1904, the Irish Socialist Republican Party and the Socialist Labour Party (Ireland) merged to form the Socialist Party of Ireland.
Includes address "5 Sth Summer St.".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).