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Free Russia: the organ of the Society of Friends of Russian Freedom [75 issues]
Society of Friends of Russian Freedom, New York; London 1903 - Seventy-five issues of the slender staplebound journal, generally toned, sometimes with a date stamped in the corner but otherwise very good unless otherwise noted. Those from volumes 1-4 are the American edition, while those from later were published in London. Issues present are vol. I nos. 7-12 (no. 7 toned and edgeworn), vol. 2 nos. 1-12 (nos. 1 and 2 toned with a corner chip to front cover, no text lost); vol. 3 nos. 1, 2, 4, 7 (spine worn) and 8; vol. 4 nos. 6-11/12; vol. 7 nos. 3-12; vol. 8 nos. 1-12; vol. 9 nos. 1, 2, 5; vol. 11 no. 11 (edgeworn); vol. 12 nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, 8/9/10, 11 (these a bit rougher at the edges; vol. 13 nos. 3-5, 7 (heavily edgeworn), 8/9/10 and 12 (both edgeworn); vol. 14 nos. 1-11, mildly edgeworn. The Society of Friends of Russian Freedom declared that it "appeals to the enlightened men and women of all nations, without distinction of nationality or political creed, who cannot witness with indifference the horrors perpetrated in the Empire of the Tzars, and who wish a better future for the masses of Russian people. List of supporters includes Julia Ward Howe, Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), William Lloyd Garrison, and others. Contents include coverage of Russian politics and persecution, diplomatic intrigues, expelled journalists and intellectuals, and more. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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