Workers, Vote Communist—Vote Against Hunder and Facism. The Election Campaign Platform of the Workers Candidates in the Hamtramck Municipal Election of 1934 . . .

[Hamtramck: n. p.], 1934. First edition. Unbound pamphlet, 16 pages, in English and Polish, wire stitched. Cheap paper stock a bit chipped and rather toned; a good, sound copy. Item #18908

“The only candidates ever elected in Hamtramck were those supported by the capitalist Parties’ political machines, in the interest of Chrysler-Dodge and the banker and real estate sharks, as against the interest of the worker.” The 10-point platform for the Mayor and Council Members running under the CPUSA banner includes calling for an end to the speed-up system on the automotive assembly line, free school lunches, and no discrimination against Negroes in hiring. With the small union bug at the foot of the final leaf of the text for the Communist Trade Union Unity League (TUUL), which didn’t have much longer for the world. OCLC notes copies at Michigan and UC-Davis.

Price: $150.00

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