A high holiday visit to the tombstones of Jewish radicals, from the International Workers Order/Jewish People’s Fraternal Organization cemetery on Long Island. Paul (Peysakh) Novick, longtime editor of the Morning Freiheit. Morris U. Schappes, editor of Jewish Currents for more than 40 years, and his wife Sonya Chaim Zhitlowsky, Yiddishist and social theorist Yuri Suhl, poet, writer, author of “They Fought Back,” and his wife Isabelle Isaac Raboy, novelist and story writer, 1882-1944 Sam Pevzner, longtime head of the Jewish People’s Fraternal Order, and his wife Faye. Elsie Suller, longtime director of Camp Kinderland, and her husband Chaim Suller, longtime managing editor of the Morning Freiheit Martin Birnbaum, Yiddish poet, shule teacher Clara Lemlich, leader of the Uprising of the 20,000, lifelong labor activist Moissaye Olgin, founding editor of the Morning Freiheit Jerry Trauber, who created the great majority of these tombstones. Bessie Sayet, grandmother of JC editor Lawrence Bush, who based his novel BESSIE: A Novel of Love and Revolution, on her life. Entranceway to the IWO burying ground.