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UIBOR NOTES
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jP jNISH WORKERS
polis Socialists Take
In Formation
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Initiative
Minneapc
../twists have proposed to the
-Ci Executive committee of
«tiallst Partp the setting up
creanization which will fur
- jjdto the Spanish workers
fl, ;. e the capitalist class of
Spain, but of Italy, Ger-,
St ' ^oriugal and other fascial
^kist-svmpathizing nations of
/world. This organization, ten
called the Friends of tne
will aid their
;.f
or
uuveiy
SjâbÎbû
opothers
wcxKers,
jjy shipments of arms,
ouier necessities, by
aßiauDg lor mass working class
* rt ol the Spanish working
M to y presenting the issues
American workers
woefully hazy on tills
ana by rendering to the
ana
i-nt-y
of
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war to
wo art
fiOjCCtj , .
'-punish workers any other aid
possible*
pending the setting up of this
organization nationally, Minne*
apoiis Socialists have laid the
ground work for seting up a lo
ci, branch.' It is expected that the
Minneapolis branch will serve as
a model for future organisations,
it will be a broad memöership or
ganization, patterned closely on
the Friends of Soviet Kussia
which gave such splendid service
in the 1917-18 period of the Rus
crisis, raising in this area
alone over $ 38 , 000 .
nan
While Socialists hail the forma
tion of any organization set up to
aid the Spanish Loyalists, con
aderlng any aid better than none,
we hold that organizations which
are of petty bourgeois character,
whose prime concern is the de
fense of Spanish (capitalist) de
mocracy, are not sufficient to en
able the Spanish workers to con
quer their enemies. Not so much
medical supplies but arms and
munitions, not (capitalistic de
mocracy but the social revolution
are the prone necessities of the
Spanish workers. With this in
mind Socialists will set up this
organization inviting all class
conscious elements of the popula
tions to join us in helping Spain
attain the Socialist revolution.
erber to speak
IN MINNEAPOLIS
By IRVING LAWRENCE
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Er
nest Erber, National Chairman of
tne Utpg People's Socialist Lea
&ue, will speak in Minneapolis
^nie time during the latter part '
°t November. Mr. Erber has re
^tly returned from the front
trenches of the Spanish work
?*• He will speak on his exper
in the civil war and ana
■Jw the international significance
the Spanish struggle.
biring his stay in Spain, hö
most of his time in Barce
^ where he was enthusiasticaly
^ved by tne working class lor
* He was particularly well re
ky the Party of Marxist
/>' (houm), whicn is the most
omtionary of ail the groupings
b today. Tne organ oi tne
"La Battalia" (The Strug
i utvoted its entire first page
, u Poa iL ä
arrival to an article of
•fcaiyzing the significance of
Sniggle to the inter
üö ' j UU wor *ing class movement.
^<0, given a fuu hnur's broaü
U1 ihe ranio station <u tne
111 order to appeal to tne
41ir . ^d American workers
^ for the Bpamsn
analyze tne situation m
D /° r the oenefit of his ^ng
^ahing listeners.
blS
cast
tdlgUßXl
workers
bpam
Erhör 11 ? 8 * ^ ia v ^ 81 t to Europe, Mr.
tioiuu aiS0 atten ded the Intema
tieik-o \°' ut H Longress held in
««• an ? Urm t September under
Uona s Plces oi the League of Na
^re here^ ^ ^ C0Urse of
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ü
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motor wear has already set in. There's a wee slip in mileage. The keen edge
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FIGHT SALES TAX
CHEYENNE, Wyo,— Nov. 21.—
w y omiB « labor will urge either
^lJi!râgtjr_revision of the state sales
w —
tsx law or its abolition when the
legislature meet« January 12, 1»*
bor leaden announced here to
day, __
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