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Read More About the ELECTION ISSUES in hundreds of Books, Pamphlets, Magazines for Sale at These Bookstores and Literature Distribution Centers Aberdeen, Wash.: 115 1/2 West Heron St. Akron: 365 South Main St. Baltimore: 501 A North Eutaw St. Boston: 216 Broadway Buffalo: 61 West Chippewa Butte: 19 Hamilton St. Cambridge: 6 1/2 Holyoke St. Chicago: 200 West Van Buren 2135 East Division St. 1326 East 57th St. Cincinnati: 540 Main St. Cleveland: 1522 Prospect Ave. Denver: 521 Exchange Bldg. Detroit: 3537 Woodward Ave. Duluth: 28 East First St. Grand Rapids: 366 Bond Ave. Hollywood: 1116 N. Lillian Way Los Angeles: 224 So. Spring St. 230 So. Spring St. 2411 1/2 Brooklyn Avenue 321 West 2nd St. Madison, Wisc.: 312 W. Gorham Milwaukee: 419 West State St. Minneapolis: 241 Marquette Ave. Newark: 33 Halsey St. New Haven: 17 Broad St. New York: 50 East 13th St. 140 Second Ave. 218 East 84th St. 115 W. 135th St., Harlem 1337 Wilkins Ave., Bronx 1001 Prospect Ave., Bronx 369 Sutter Ave., Brooklyn Brighton Beach Boardwalk at 6th Street 44-17 Queens Blvd., Sunnyside, L. I. Omaha: 311 Karbach Block Oakland: 419 12th Street Paterson: 201 Market St. Philadelphia: 104 So. 9th St. 118 W. Allegheny Ave. 4023 Girard Ave. 2404 Ridge Ave. Pittsburg: 607 Bigelow Blvd. Porland, Ore.: 314 S. W. Madison St. Providence: 335 Westminister St., Room 42 Racine: 205 State Street Reading: 224 North Ninth Street Richmond, Va.: 205 N. 2nd St. Sacramento: 1024 Sixth St. St. Louis: 3520 Franklin Ave. St. Paul: 552 Wabasha St. Salt Lake City: 415 Hooper Bldg. San Diego: 635 E St. San Francisco: 170 Golden Gate Ave. 1609 O'Farrell St. 121 Haight St. San Pedro: 244 W. Sixth St. Santa Barbara: 208 W. Canon Perdido Seattle: 713 1/2 Pine St. Spokane: West 9 Riverside Superior: 601 Tower Ave. Tacoma: 1315 Tacoma Ave. Toledo: 214 Michigan Washington,D.C.: 513 F St., N.W. Youngstown: 310 W. Federal St., 3d Fl. Write for a complete catalog to any of the above addresses or to WORKERS LIBRARY PUBLISHERS P.O. Box 148, Sta. D New York City
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