Chicago: American Peace Mobilization, . An interesting example of the Comintern's Hitler-Stalin Pact-era "pacifism" - the authors argue vigorously against American participation in WWII, a position that they would reverse abruptly on June 21, 1941, the day Hitler launched his invasion of the Soviet Union. At this point the organization changed its name from the "American Peace Mobilization" to the "American Peoples Mobilization" and demanded America's immediate entry into the war.
The current item, produced by a local Chicago chapter of the APM, includes an appendix with a seven-point plan detailing "The Illinois Program for Peace." Quite rare: OCLC finds no locations; not in SEIDMAN; not seen in commerce. Quarto (28cm). Staple-bound, mimeographed wrappers, printed recto only; 25, pp. Mild aging and wear, still Very Good to Near Fine.