Role-Modeling Socialist Behavior: The Life and Letters of Isaac Rab
Isaac Rab (1893 - 1986) was a well-known agitator for Socialism in the Boston area, as a soap-box orator, a lecturer and a teacher, for most of the Twentieth Century. He was among the founding members of the World Socialist Party and organized a Boston Local in 1932, in which he was a central figure for many years. Today the WSP(US) remains a companion party of the World Socialist Movement.
- Paperback | 504 pages
- 154 x 228 x 36mm | 780.17g
- 04 Nov 2010
- London, United Kingdom