New York: Young Communist League, 1942. A militantly pro-war pamphlet from the Young Communist League, which argues for an all-out offensive against Hitler and the Axis powers, opposition to the defensive posture of American isolationists, and combating the poisonous anti-Bolshevist propaganda emanating from Germany. The pamphlet also demands the release of Communist Party chairman Earl Browder who’d been imprisoned since 1941. Roosevelt commuted Browder’s sentence a month after this pamphlet was published.
Stapled, illustrated wrappers (7 ¼” x 5 ”) printed in red & blue, 15 p. Some toning to wrappers. Item #9882