The first item is a letter from Senator Buford, in which he discusses sectional division over the issues of territorial expansion and slavery; he suggests a convention of the Southern states to address the "impending results of the northern...
A letter from a distant relative of Robert E. Lee to Governor Miller. The sender is ashamed to have any relationship to the South at all, as she abhors "injustice and oppression of any kind." She writes that education and culture do great things...
A resolution from 400 workers and farmers assembled for an anti-war May Day demonstration in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. It protests the conviction of Haywood Patterson at the 1933 trial and demands immediate release for all the Scottsboro boys....
Flier issued by the Communist Party, U.S.A., in Birmingham, Alabama. It describes the background and progress of the strike; identifies the "open enemies of the strikers"; lists of the demands of the United Textile Workers of America; and stresses...
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