Letter from William G. Cruice to William O'Brien thanking him for the socialist literature he sent him, discussing the views of rural Irish people in regards to socialism and their unemployment problem, and also speaking of trade unions in England and America in which he was a member,
1940 Oct. 07.
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|Main Creator:||Cruice, William G.|
Cruise writes "I have very little knowledge of those [Socialist] movements in Ireland as there are no Socialists, as far as I know, in this locality, they seem to be all little Capitalists- minus the capital.".
Surname can also be spelled as "Cruise". Includes author's address as "Castleblakeney, / Co. Galway.".
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