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Eastman tells BR that his previous criticism of BR's stance against Bolshevik dogmatism was ill-founded. He admits having been wrongly informed on certain points where BR was not. He mentions that Mrs. Russell's article was subject to the same considerations used in deciding the quality of all submissions.
This seems to refer to Dora Black's rejected reply to The Liberator in 1920 or 1921, when the journal had criticized BR's Nation articles on Bolshevism. See Dora Russell, The Tamarisk Tree (1975), p. 127.
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