Winnipeg : Republished by the Western Labor News, 1919.; 31 pages, 29 with full-text search [?]
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Maclean, John, 1879-1923.
Clyde Workers' Propaganda Defence Committee.
Condemned from the dock : a burning indictment of capitalism, being an authorized account of the trial and sentence of John Maclean, M.A., including a verbatim report of his 75 minutes' speech from the dock.
Trial and sentence of John Maclean before the Lord Justice General and a jury, at Edinburgh, on Thursday, 9th Man [sic], 1918
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 78462
|Published||Winnipeg : Republished by the Western Labor News, 1919.|
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Maclean John,1879-1923 -- Trials, litigations, etc.
Maclean, John,1879-1923 -- Procès, litiges, etc.
Trials (Political crimes and offences) -- Scotland -- Edinburgh.
Socialism -- Great Britain.
Procès (Crimes et délits politiques) -- Écosse -- Édimbourg.
Socialisme -- Grande-Bretagne.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of British Columbia, Library, Special Collections Division, Vancouver.|
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Caption title: Trial and sentence of John Maclean before the Lord Justice General and a jury, at Edinburgh, on Thursday, 9th Man [sic], 1918.
"Published by Clyde Workers' Propaganda Defence Committee."
24 p. ; 23 cm.