2 edition of Proceedings of New Jersey Socialist unity conference including the Manifesto found in the catalog.
Proceedings of New Jersey Socialist unity conference including the Manifesto
New Jersey Socialist Unity Conference (1905 Dec. 17-1906 March 4)
in [Jersey City?
Written in English
|Statement||as adopted and authorized for publication by the conference. James M. Reilly, secretary for Socialist party, John Hossack, secretary for Socialist labor party.|
|Contributions||Socialist Party (U.S.), Socialist Labor Party.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
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"The conference held six sessions, beginning Decemand ending March 4. The author of this book, James M. Reilly, was my grandfather. He and his wife, my grandmother, Gertrude Ufert Reilly, were both Socialist Labor Party politicians who ran for a variety of offices in New Jersey in the first years of the twentieth century.
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