Letter from Jeremiah Devine, North Abington, Massachusetts, to "Comrade", Editor of the 'Workers' Republic' enclosing a subscription, advertising cards and an article in relation to James Connolly's lecture (not extant), and discussing the relationship between socialism and the Catholic Church in Ireland and the United States,
1902 October 6.
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Devine remarks that "Fr. McGrady is a Social-Democrat but he steals some of our thunder and by so doing is trying to delay the birth of the Socialist Republic".
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