Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Mar. 1, 1937

Marching Song (by John Howard Lawson; presented by the Theatre Union).

Item: on the vague promise of a job, a horde of unwitting men are assembled, loaded into trucks, locked in. When they arrive at their destination, they discover that they have been taken into a strike town as strikebreakers.

Item: a wayfaring crusader for the Cause is branded by the orange growers of California, whipped and fired on elsewhere during his eastward trek.

Item: a happy-go-lucky Negro (Rex Ingram) gets so tired of being kicked around that he reads the Constitution to...

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