The Liberator

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Title:The Liberator
Title note:US radical labor magazine, 1918-1924
Online content:Free online material via The Online Books Page
First issue:March 1918 (v. 1 no. 1)
First renewed issue:no issue renewals found in CCE
First renewed contribution in:no contribution renewals found in CCE
Last issue:October 1924 (v. 7 no. 10)

Additional note

A 1950 renewal record for Edna St. Vincent Millay's 'To the Liberty Bell' says it ran in the May 1923 issue. It actually ran in the October 1922 issue, and its copyright has now expired.

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