Copy of "James Connolly, an appreciation", by John Leslie as published in 'Justice',
1916 May 18.
|Main Creator:||Leslie, John, 1859-1921|
Leslie writes of Connolly's abilities and his involvement in "the recent sad, bad, and mad outbreak in Dublin", noting that Ireland is "not ripe for Socialism". A note states that Connolly had been executed before the piece reached 'Justice'.
Item consists of the complete appreciation as well as a short extract from same.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).