‘WE CALLED EACH OTHER COMRADE’
Charles H Kerr & Company, Radical Publishers

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342pp 2011 LIST PRICE: £19.99 (P) E326

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This book chronicles the history of the most significant translator, publisher and distributor of radical literature in the early twentieth century. Charles H Kerr & Company, founded in Chicago in 1886, fought battles in court and presented unpopular ideas so that new literary, scientific and historical thought could be expressed and propagated. It issued Ernest Untermann’s translation of the three volumes of Marx’s Capital, the first full such text, and works by Lewis Henry Morgan, Clarence Darrow, Peter Kropotkin and Jack London also graced its lists. A comprehensive bibliography of all titles published by the company is appended.