Thou Shall Not Steal. Chester H. Rowell, Charles H. Thompson.

Thou Shall Not Steal.

(Np. No Publisher), 1912. Unrecorded. Wraps. Octavo; pp; 15; original printed paper wrappers; John Hall Wheelock (September 9, 1886 – March 22, 1978) was an American poet. He was a descendant of Eleazar Wheelock, founder of Dartmouth College. The son of William Efner Wheelock and Emily Charlotte Hall,[1] John Hall Wheelock was born in Far Rockaway, New York, and brought up in the neighborhood now occupied by Rockefeller Center. He summered in a family home on Long Island's South Fork, which provided inspiration for much of his work. residue from adhesive on rear wrapper spine edge from extraction from a bound volume of pamphlets, else very good;. Item #17904

This was printed in the summer of 1912 after the Republican National Convention and before the August Progressive Party Convention, both of which were held in Chicago. It specifically states that Theodore Roosevelt was cheated from the Republican Nomination at the RNC. It explains the details of the theft and expresses the need for a new party of Progressive voters from all parties. Very scarce, OCLC does not locate a single copies.

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