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The call of the human.. by  Robert Whitaker - 1937 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and

The call of the human..

by Whitaker, Robert

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New York: Banner Press, 1937. 99p., first edition, minor stain in top margin else very good condition, inscribed and signed by Whitaker. VerseCraft series. Whitaker was a radical California minister, jailed during World War I for his anti-war stand. He also wrote for and about the IWW.


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