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REVOLUTIONARY RADICALISM

ITS HISTORY, PURPOSE AND TACTICS
WITH AN EXPOSITION AND DISCUSSION OF THE STEPS BEING

TAKEN AND REQUIRED TO CURB IT

BEING THE

REPORT OF THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
INVESTIGATING SEDITIOUS ACTIVITIES, FILED
APRIL 24, 1920, IN THE SENATE OF

THE STATE OF NEW YORK

PART I

REVOLUTIONARY AND SUBVERSIVE
MOVEMENTS ABROAD AND AT HOME

VOLUME I

EVERY STRIKE IS A SMALL REVOLUTION AND A DRESS
REHEARSAL FOR THE BIG ONE

--The Labor Defender, (I. W. W.) Dec. 15, 1918

ALBANY
J. B. LYON COMPANY, PRINTERS

THE COMMITTEE

CLAYTOX R. LUSK, Chairman
Louis M. MARTIN, Vice-Chairman

John J. BOYLAN,

FREDERICK S. BURR,
DANIEL J. CARROLL,

EDMUND B. JENKS,
JOHN B. MULLAN,

PETER P. McELLICOTT, WILLIAM W. PELLET.

J. HENRY WALTERS, Ex-officio
THADDEUS C. SWEET, Ex-officio

COUNSEL

CHARLES D. NEWTON,

Attorney-General.

ARCHIBALD E. STEVENSON,

Associated Counsel.

SAMUEL A. BERGER,

FREDERICK R. Rich,
Deputy Attorney-General. Special Deputy Atty.-Gen.

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STAFF

This Report was written and compiled, under the supervision of the Committee, by Archibald E. Stevenson in collaboration with Arthur L. Frothingham, Samuel A. Berger and Eleanor A. Barnes.

The maps of New York City showing Racial Colonies, accompanying Part II of this Report, were prepared for the Committee under the supervision of Special Deputy Attorney-General John B. Trevor.

The Committee's investigators were in charge of R. W. Finch, formerly of the Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice.

The translations for the Report were made by Meta Rumel, George J. Starr and Charles M. Robinton.

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