By Eugene V. Dennett
Agitprop is the memoir of a Washington nation maritime and metal employee who used to be an established activist within the American Federation of work, the Congress of business agencies, and the Communist get together. Born to a Massachusetts operating classification socialist relations, Dennett is an idealist who sought to unify theoretical precept, coverage, and perform in his way of life. His existence tale embodies broader topics that make this e-book an allegorical depiction of 1 man's trip via twentieth century working-class the USA.
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I found some hints that seemed logical, although most workers were not really convinced. " Those are all entertaining theories, but nothing in the United States to date has worked out as theorized.
She insisted that I obtain some cultural influences and required me to study elocution, music, and dance, which aided my later life by giving me greater assurance when making public appearances and speaking to large audiences. I was nine years old then. A small cash settlement was eventually awarded for my care. Then Congress extended the draft to include fortyfiveyearolds. The doctors who treated him strongly urged him to get out of the city because it was so full of pollution and poison that he was in constant danger of infections that could cause loss of his legs or even prove fatal.
And in 1937, the Supreme Court did agree with attorney Goodman's appeal, striking down the Oregon Criminal Syndicalism law as unconstitutional. A representative of the Communist party, Fred Walker, spoke spiritedly of the need for all believers in democracy to rally behind this legal case to insure that the principles of democracy be preserved. So I accepted invitations to attend many more meetings in Portland where I had the opportunity to talk with Communist leader Walker. At that time I learned that their fundamental political program was the revolutionary overthrow of the capitalist system, replacing it with a socialist system which they claimed was succeeding in the Soviet Union.