Letters, Sep. 4, 1933

Prisoner Daniell: Sirs: . . . My situation is this. I am held prisoner charged with two felonies, growing out of the tear gas bombing of the New York Stock Exchange. Although entirely innocent of any crime, the Press, and even TIME, has represented me as a sort of cross between a radical and an anarchist. The only foundation for this is a single statement of mine to the effect that I approve of the act of which I am accused.

I resent such a classification for the simple reason that my political opinions come...

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