M. VAYNER (b. 1890)
He hailed from Russia. In 1910 he moved to the United States. He was a laborer. He was the author of a book, Di filozofye fun a proletaryet, aroysgegebn durkh a fridlikhn arbayter (The philosophy of a proletariat, published by a friendly worker) (Chicago, 1917), 64 pp., in which he traced the way to socialism which had to be supported on the ethical bases of the Prophets and according to the example of the English utopianism of Robert Owen.
Source: Leye Mishkin, in Pinkes shikago (Chicago) (1952), p. 86.