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Coming up for auction soon - Socialism: Premier Issue of "The American Socialist" Newspaper

JayDubya

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In case any of you are interested. Might want to snap it up. The next generation might fight for the chance to own this.

Socialism: Premier Issue of "The American Socialist" Newspaper. 11.25" x 16" issue of "The American Socialist". Published in Oneida, New York on March 30, 1876. This is Volume 1, Number 1. Disbound, 8 pages with light soiling and roughness at top. The "Prospectus" on the second page reads: "The aim of this Journal will be to make a faithful public record of facts relating to the progress of Socialism every-where, and to offer to Socialists of all kinds a liberal medium of exchange and discussion."

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In case any of you are interested. Might want to snap it up. The next generation might fight for the chance to own this.

Socialism: Premier Issue of "The American Socialist" Newspaper. 11.25" x 16" issue of "The American Socialist". Published in Oneida, New York on March 30, 1876. This is Volume 1, Number 1. Disbound, 8 pages with light soiling and roughness at top. The "Prospectus" on the second page reads: "The aim of this Journal will be to make a faithful public record of facts relating to the progress of Socialism every-where, and to offer to Socialists of all kinds a liberal medium of exchange and discussion."

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Shouldn’t a copy be issued free to everyone? Oh, wait a minute. There’s only one of them. How to distribute fairly???
 

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If I wiped with it, it would put more shit on than it took off.