Oberlin's other half, ca.1934
Photograph of a text. "Oberlin's other half" by Robert Creegan. "Many practical , rather sceptical people will not accept the scientific socialism of Karl Marx. They will not be forced leftward by any logical system whatsoever. They demand the chance to see the mansion, the factory and the slum as they actually exist before they make their decision which side to support, the left or the right. So, by all means, let's be practical. -- Let us bring the matter close [...] capital [...]tic system [...] working class under our economic system based on private profits and greed is an adequate reason in itself for supporting the Communist Party . By all means read Marx and Lenin -- but don't forget to notice the world around you."
EXMCOM19340042EXMPSCOMUS1934004EXMPSCOMUS19340042Communism US 1934