The Letters of Joe Hill (Centenary Edition)




Wobbly songwriter and organizer Joe Hill was murdered by the state of Utah in 1915, but his songs continue to inspire working-class activists and musicians. This collection of letters, originally edited by radical historian Philip Foner (1910–1994), with extensive new material and notes compiled by Alexis Buss, provides a window into the political reflections and personal struggles behind Hill’s legacy. Also includes Joe Hill’s surviving songs and newspaper articles – all of Joe Hill’s surviving English-language writings.


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