By Dr. Ingerman
What Did May Day Mean To Us In 1898?
Editor’s Note: The following article was published in the May 1, 1898 edition of the Forverts. I still recall the first of May in 1890 when fate sent me to Geneva where a May Day celebration was to take place for the first time since last year’s International Congress. Geneva’s workers decided to celebrate it…
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