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Random information on the term “Cover”:

In philately, the term cover pertains to the outside of an envelope or package with an address, typically with postage stamps that have been cancelled and is a term generally used among stamp and postal history collectors. The term does not include the contents of the letter or package, although they may add interest to the item if still present. Cover collecting plays an important role in postal history as many covers bear stamps, postmarks and other markings along with names and addresses all of which help to place a cover at a given time and place in history.

The term originates from the practice of covering a letter by folding a separate sheet about it to physically protect it and prevent infringement of confidentiality. In the first half of the 19th century it became the fashion to cut the cover into a diamond or lozenge shape. This was the precursor of the version of the envelope known today. Its convenience and popularity led to the lozenge design being adopted for the special pre-paid postage envelopes and covers issued in 1840 after postal reforms were introduced by Rowland Hill and others.

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Random information on the term “LID”:

The League for Industrial Democracy (LID) was founded by as a successor to the Intercollegiate Socialist Society in 1921. Members decided to change its name to reflect a more inclusive and more organizational perspective.

The I.S.S. was founded in 1905 by Upton Sinclair, Walter Lippmann, Clarence Darrow, and Jack London with the stated purpose of throwing “light on the world-wide movement of industrial democracy known as socialism.”

In the spring of 1921, the ISS held a vote regarding the name and goals of their organization. Harry Laidler announced: “the members of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society had declared themselves in favor of the change in name and purpose.” In November, the organization assumed its new name and enlarged its scope to addressing society at large. They also presented their new guiding principle: “”Education for a New Social Order Based on Production for Public Use and Not for Private Profit.”

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