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Guide to the Radical and Labor Pamphlets Collection, 1896-1967, bulk 1911-1954

Summary

The Radical and Labor Pamphlets Collection (1896-1967) includes approximately 720 pamphlets and other ephemeral publications relating to communism, socialism and other left-wing movements as well as to labor organizations and trade unions. There are some additional pamphlets related to anti-communist movements and some examples of Soviet propaganda.

Collection Details

Collection Number
RL.11741
Title
Radical and Labor Pamphlets collection
Date
1896-1967, bulk 1911-1954
Extent
14.5 Linear Feet, 720 items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Materials in English

Collection Overview

The Radical and Labor Pamphlets Collection spans the years from 1896 to 1967, with the bulk of the dates falling between 1911 and 1954, and is made up of publications relating to communism, socialism and other left-wing movements as well as to labor parties and trade unions. Subjects represented are: the Communist Party in the U.S. and Great Britain; socialism in the U.S. and other countries; radical youth organizations; political trials and persecutions of radical activists; labor organizations; anti-fascist and pacifist movements; anarchist organizations; anti-Communist propaganda; Soviet propaganda; and Soviet-Western relations. Other significant topics include economic justice, electoral campaigns, human rights issues, the role of women and youth in activist movements, unemployment, housing, fascism in Spain and other contemporary war issues.

There are many important individual authors represented in this collection, including Israel Amter, Arthur Clegg, Georgi Dimitrov, Emma Goldman, Gilbert Green, Grace Hutchins, Mikhail Ivanovich Kalinin, Corliss Lamont, Clare Booth Luce, Philip Murray, Harry Pollitt, Karl Radek, Iosif Stalin, Lev Trotskii, and many others. Many pamphlets were produced anonymously under the aegis of institutions: these include the Communist Party, USA, Socialist Labor Party, Young Communist League, International Labor Defense, Civil Rights Congress, Communist International, Congress of Industrial Organizations, Farmer's Labor Unions, American Federation of Labor, Friends of the Soviet Union, and many more.

The pamphlets are arranged by subject categories, with the largest groups relating to the activities and membership of the Communist and Socialist parties. There is a small group of pamphlets chiefly made up of radical and labor song collections from 1912 to 1950. The majority of the pamphlets were produced in the United States and Great Britain, but there are also smaller groups of materials from Russia, India, Australia, Canada, China, Ireland, Italy, Brazil, the Philippines, and Mexico.

Many of these publications are ephemeral, that is, focused on urgent contemporary issues and generally intended for immediate consumption or short-term use. For this and for other reasons, they were often printed on poor quality paper which now shows signs of severe deterioration. The results are that few of these publications remain in circulation, and researchers may find many of them difficult to locate in library collections.

Arrangement

The pamphlets are arranged by subject categories, with the largest groups relating to the activities and membership of the Communist and Socialist parties.

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Contents of the Collection

1. Communism, USA, 1907-1959

229 pamphlets

Pamphlets from New York State, 1925-1955 and undated

Anonymous pamphlets published by the Communist Party of America in New York State. Many are related to political campaigns, but other topics include women's issues, unemployment, housing, youth programs, and World War II. Three pamphlets are not published by the Party but by Workers Library Publishers, the Party's publishing house.

Arranged chronologically, and within date groups, alphabetically by title.

For a Communist Party of Action, 1925
Box 1
Lenin Memorial Meeting..., 1925
Box 1
Another War Coming and the Workers Pay Its Price, 1930
Box 1
Struggles Ahead! Thesis on the Economic and Political Situation and the Tasks of the Communist Party..., 1930
Box 1
World-Wide Unemployment. 20,000,000 Unemployed, [1930?]
Box 1
Communist Call to the Toiling Farmers, 1931
Box 1
50,000,000 Unemployed; 150,000,000 Starving: World Capitalism's Crisis..., 1931
Box 1
Unemployment Relief and Social Insurance: The Communist Party Against the Capitalist Program of Starvation, 1931 [use copy]
Box 1
Communist Election Platform. Against Imperialist War -- For Jobs and Bread Vote Communist!, 1932 [use copy]
Box 1
The Democratic Twin of the Hoover Hunger Government, 1932 [use copy]
Box 1
The Farmers' Way Out, 1932 [use copy]
Box 1
Hoover, the Great Engineer After Four Years, 1932 New York State Communist Platform, 1932
Box 1
Working Women and the Elections, 1932 [use copy] Socialist Party: Words and Deeds, [1933?]
Box 1
An Urgent Letter to Every Communist in New York, 1933
Box 1
Election Platform of the Communist Party, 1934
Box 1
Teachers! Where Do You Stand Today, 1934? 1934
Box 1
Piattaforma elettorale del Partito Comunista, 1936 [use copy]
Box 1
Youth Faces the Elections, 1936 [use copy]
Box 1
A Manual for Unit Educational Directors, 1937
Box 1
The Communist Election Platform, 1938 [use copy]
Box 1
The La Follette Third Party. Will it Unite or Split the Progressive Forces? 1938 [use copy]
Box 1
A Program for the 18th Assembly District, Kings County, 1938
Box 1
Prosperity and Progress for NY State Farmers, [1938?]
Box 1
Death Penalty Demanded The Case of Georgia Against the Communist Party, [193-?]
Box 1
Why Every Worker Should Join the Communist Party, [193-?]
Box 1
Why You Should Vote Communist..., [193-?] [use copy]
Box 1
The Constitution of the Communist Party of the USA, [1940?]
Box 1
The Red Army, 1941
Box 1
Attack Hitler Now! A May Day Call, [1942?] [use copy]
Box 1
The Man Who Didn't Forget, [1942?]
Box 1
How to Get Jobs for All..., [1946?] [use copy]
Box 1
What Do Communists Really Want? 1947
Box 1
1948 Election Platform of the Communist Party, 1948
Box 1
State Legislative Program, 1949
Box 1
Patriotism Against McCarthyism, [1953?]
Box 1
The Farm Crisis: A Program for Farm-Labor Unity..., 1955
Box 1
American Working Women and the Class Struggle, undated
Box 1
Decent Homes to Live In: The Communist Position on Housing, undated
Box 1
For a Labor Party in Westchester County..., undated
Box 1
Give a Party for the Party, undated
Box 1
Guide for Party Functionaries: Keep and Refer to When Confronted with Membership Problems, undated
Box 1
How to Build It! undated [use copy]
Box 1
Party Building: A Handbook for Branch Officers, undated
Box 1
A People's Constitution for New York, n. d.
Box 1
A Program for You: Platform of the Communist Party..., undated [use copy]
Box 1
Questions and Notes on "The A.B.C. of Communism" ..., undated
Box 1
Unite! For Peace, Democracy, Security, undated [use copy]
Box 1
Who Ruptured Our Duck? What's the Deal for Veterans? undated
Box 1
Illinois: Vote for Workers' Candidates Endorsed by the Communist Party..., 1933 [use copy]
Box 2
Illinois: Unite Against Hunger..., 1935
Box 2
Illinois: Platform of the Communist Party, State of Illinois, for the Election, November, 1936, 1936
Box 2
Illinois: Questions Guide for Club Discussion of the Reports of the Plenary Meeting..., 1950
Box 2
Illinois: Vote Communist! Smash the Bosses [sic] Program of Hunger and War! [193-?]
Box 2
Massachusetts: A Confession of Faith..., 1937
Box 2
Massachusetts: Declaration of Principles and Constitution. .., 1937
Box 2
New Jersey: Hague over Jersey, [1938?]
Box 2
Ohio: Into Mass Work..., [1934?]
Box 2
Ohio: A Year in Review and Our Next Tasks..., 1935
Box 2
Ohio: Key Tasks: Tactics in the Trade Union Front ..., undated
Box 2
Pennsylvania: ...From the Cradle of Liberty...to the Tomb of Fascism, 1937
Box 2
Texas: What the People of Texas Need: The Communist Program for the Lone Star State, 1946
Box 2
Virginia: Who Shall Rule Virginia, the People or the Byrd Machine? 1937
Box 2

Signed Pamphlets, 1907-1959

75 pamphlets

Issued by the Communist Party of America or by Communist Party-affiliated publishing houses such as New Century Publishers or Workers Library Publishers. Arranged alphabetically by author. Other pamphlets by Gil Green also can be found under "Young Communist League...," of which he was president, under the series "Communism, USA, Related Organizations."

Albertson, William. The Trucks Act: Michigan's Blueprint for a Fascist State, 1952
Box 2
Amter, Israel. Industrial Slavery -- Roosevelt's "New Deal," 1933
Box 2
Amter, Israel. Social Security in a Soviet America, 1935
Box 2
Amter, Israel. May Day 1941, 1941 [use copy]
Box 2
Amter, Israel. Is the Socialist Party a Party of the Workers? undated [use copy]
Box 2
Amter, Israel. A Program for Manhattan's Millions, undated [use copy]
Box 2
Amter, Israel. The Truth about the Communists, undated [use copy]
Box 2
Blake, George. Who Pays for the Cold War? 1949
Box 2
Browder, Earl R. Study Guide and Outline for the People's Front, undated
Box 2
Burton, Bernard. A New Depression? 1949
Box 2
Burton, Bernard. The Big Lie of War "Prosperity, 11 1952
Box 2
Carlson, Frank. Let's Get Off the Dime, undated
Box 2
Coleman, Jerry. A Square Deal for the Farmer, 1938
Box 2
Collins, Mary. Democracy in Danger, 1938 [use copy]
Box 2
Collins, Mary. The Fight for Recovery, 1938 [use copy]
Box 2
Cooper, Leo. Universal Military Training Program for Peace or Weapon for War? 1948
Box 3
Cowl, Margaret. The Soviet Union: Your Questions Answered, 1933 [use copy]
Box 3
Cowl, Margaret. The High Cost of Living: How to Bring it Down, 1935 [use copy]
Box 3
Cowl, Margaret. Women and Equality, undated
Box 3
Eugene, Dennis. The Communists Take a New Look, 1956
Box 3
Foster, William Zebulon. Fight against Hunger..., 1930
Box 3
Foster, William Zebulon. Danger Signals for Organized Labor, 1953
Box 3
Foster, William Zebulon. Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets, undated
Box 3
Foster, William Zebulon. 2nd Front Now, undated [use copy]
Box 3
Friedman, Robert. How to Protect Yourself from the Atom Bomb, 1951
Box 3
Friedrich, G. Miss U.S.S.R. The Story of a Girl Stakhanovite, undated
Box 3
Gannett, Betty. The Communist Party and You, 1946
Box 3
Gates, John. On Guard Against Browderism, Titoism, Trotskyism, 1951
Box 3
Gordon, Evelyn. Weaving the Future, 1937
Box 3
Green, Gil. The Truth about Soviet Russia, 1938
Box 3
Green, Gil. America Must Act Now! 1941 [use copy]
Box 3
Green, Gil. New York's Wartime Election, 1942
Box 3
Green, Gil. Marxism and the World Today, 1944 (see also Communism, USA - Related Organizations for other works by Green)
Box 3
Groetz, R. Ernst Thaelmann, the Leader of the German Workers, 1934
Box 3
Hall, Gus. Hands off Korea and Formosa, 1950
Box 3
Hall, Rob F. This 4th of July, 1776-1939, 1939
Box 3
Heckert, Fritz. What is Happening in Germany? 1933
Box 3
Hicks, Granville. Catholics, Communists and Democracy..., [194-?]
Box 3
Hirsch, Carl. Terror at Trumball, 1955
Box 3
Howard, Milton. This 4th of July, 1938
Box 3
Hudson, Roy. Who Are the Reds? 1937
Box 3
Hudson, Roy. Two Questions on Winning the War, 1942
Box 3
Hutchins, Grace. Women and War..., 1932
Box 3
Hutchins, Grace. What Every Working Woman Wants..., 1935
Box 3
Kaye, Martin and Louise Perry. Who Fights for a Free Cuba? undated
Box 3
Magil, Abraham B. The People's Message to Congress, 1938
Box 3
Magil, Abraham B. America Needs Earl Browder..., 1941 [use copy]
Box 3
Millard, Betty. Women on Guard: How the Women of the World Fight for Peace, 1952
Box 3
Morris, George. The Black Legion Rides, 1936
Box 4
Morris, George. How Wall Street Picks Your Pocket, 1946 [use copy]
Box 4
Morris, George. A Tale of Two Waterfronts, 1953
Box 4
Morris, Richard. What's Happening in Korea? undated
Box 4
Murray, Sean. Ireland's Fight for Freedom and the Irish in the USA, 1934
Box 4
North, Joseph. Labor Faces '44's Challenge, 1944 [use copy]
Box 4
North, Joseph. Verdict Against Freedom. Your Stake in the Communist Trial, 1949
Box 4
North, Joseph. Cuba's Revolution. I Saw the People's Victory..., 1959
Box 4
Parker, Alex. Organizing the Party for Victory over Reaction, 1953
Box 4
Platt, Leon. Building Socialism in the Soviet Union, [1929?]
Box 4
Raymond, Harry. The Milk Steal, 1936 [use copy]
Box 4
Reed, John. The Sisson Documents, [1907?] [use copy]
Box 4
Richards, Dave. Milk for Millions..., undated
Box 4
Richards, David H. Your Taxes: An Explanation and a Program, undated
Box 4
Richards, Paul. Spotlight on Germany, 1948
Box 4
Ross, Allan Clunies. Reconversion: Security or Crisis? 1944
Box 4
Ruthenberg, Charles E. Why Every Worker Should Be a Communist and Join the Workers Party, undated [use copy]
Box 4
Schirmer, Daniel B. The Truth about the MTA, undated
Box 4
Shulman, Rubin. I Speak to My Neighbors, undated
Box 4
Silverman, Harriet. J Louis Engdahl, Revolutionary Working Class Leader, 1935
Box 4
Spivak, John L. Pattern for American Fascism, 1947
Box 4
Starobin, Joseph. The True Story of Alter and Ehrlich, undated [use copy]
Box 4
Sutton, Olive. Murder Inc. in Greece, 1948
Box 4
Tanaka, Giichi Baron. Japanese Imperialism Stripped: The Secret Memorandum of Tanaka ... [published by Workers Library, with the introduction reprinted from the Communist International], undated
Box 4
Van Veen, Sadie. Our Children Cry for Bread, 1933 [use copy]
Box 4
White, Eliot. The Rev. and Mrs. White Explain, undated
Box 4
Williamson, John. Keynote Speech Delivered at the Communist Party State Ratification Conference in Youngstown, Ohio..., 1934
Box 4
Williamson, John. Davey Must Be Defeated! 1937 [use copy]
Box 4
Constitution of the Communist Political Association, [after 1944]
Box 5
Goldway, David. The Communist Political Association, [circa 1944]
Box 5
Goldway, David. What New York State Needs, undated
Box 5

The Young Communist League and Other Related Radical Youth Organizations, 1931-1958 and undated, bulk 1930s-1940s

Organizations represented include the Young Communist League, the Young Pioneers of America, the International Student Union, and the Student League for Industrial Democracy. One pamphlet was issued under the auspices of the Anti-Fascist Youth Rally in Moscow, 1941. Five pamphlets were written by Gilbert Green, president of the Young Communist League.

Arranged chronologically

Young Pioneers of America. Young Pioneers of America [Membership Book], 1931
Box 5
Green, Gil. Youth Confronts the Blue Eagle..., 1933 [use copy]
Box 5
United We Stand for Peace and Socialism, 1935
Box 5
Young Communists and the Unity of the Youth, 1935
Box 5
Millet, Martha and Sam Strong. Scouting and the Boy Scout Jamboree, 1935
Box 5
Weis, Mac. In Flanders Field, 1935
Box 5
Green, Gil. Facing the 8th Convention of the Young Communist League, 1937
Box 5
Ross, Carl. Let's Pull Together for Jobs, Security, Democracy and Peace, 1938
Box 5
Starobin, Joseph. Life and Death of an American Hero..., 1938
Box 5
Little, John. Life for America's Sons and Daughters, 1939
Box 5
Anti-Fascist Youth Rally. Our Generation is in Danger, 1941
Box 5
Grant, Dave. Attack Now! Knock Out Hitler in '42, 1942
Box 5
Caller, Fay. In Freedom's Cause. Soviet Youth at War, 1943
Box 5
Starobin, Joseph. It's Up to You! [194-?]
Box 5
Hall, Gus. Which Way for Young Americans? 1950
Box 5
Ward, Roosevelt. Toward Bright Tomorrows..., 1950
Box 5
Meana, Carlo. A Visit to Viet-Nam, 1956
Box 5
International Union of Students. Resolutions of the Vth I US. Congress, Peking..., 1958
Box 5
Green, Gil. Let's Fight Together! [circa 1936?] [use copy]
Box 5
Hoemle, Edwin. Manual for Leaders of Children's Groups..., [circa 1923?] [use copy]
Box 5
League for Industrial Democracy. Students in Revolt: The Story of the Intercollegiate League for Industrial Democracy..., [circa 1933?]
Box 5
New York Youth Congress. No Slave Labor: Exposing Plans to Regiment Youth in Forced Labor Battalions: proposing a Real Program for Jobs and Training..., [circa 1940?]
Box 5
Student League for Industrial Democracy (U.S.). Handbook of the Student League..., [circa 1934]
Box 5

Political Trials, Persecutions and Deportations of American Communists and Other Radical Activists, 1916-1955 and undated

28 pamphlets

Issued by various groups and committees in defense of the civil rights of persecuted individuals or political groups in the United States.

Cockran, William B. "The Mooney Case": An Address by the Hon. W B. Cockran, 1916
Box 6
Dolson, James H. The Defense of a Revolutionary by Himself..., 1920
Box 6
People's Freedom Union. The Truth About the Lusk Committee..., 1920
Box 6
Evans, Elizabeth G. Outstanding Features of the Sacco-Vanzetti Case Together with Letters from the Defendants, 1924
Box 6
American Civil Liberties Union. "Unlawful Assembly" in Patterson, 1925
Box 6
Sugar, Maurice. A Negro on Trial for His Life..., 1935
Box 6
Colman, Louis. Lawrence Simpson's "Treason," 1936
Box 6
Dodd, Bella V. Swing Wide the Gates: Let Morris Schappes Be Free, 1941
Box 6
Schappes, Morris U. The Address to the Court..., 1941
Box 6
Yergan, Max. The Negro and Justice: A Plea for Earl Browder, 1941
Box 6
Ross, Carl. Let Freedom Ring for Earl Browder, 1942
Box 6
Green, Abner. United Nations in America, 1943 [use copy]
Box 6
Civil Rights Defense Committee. Who Are the 18 Prisoners in the Minneapolis Labor Case? 1944
Box 6
Eisler, Gerhart. My Side of the Story, 1947
Box 6
Green, Abner. The Deportation Terror: A Weapon to Gag America, 1950
Box 6
The Deportation Drive vs. the Bill of Rights, 1951
Box 6
North, Joseph. Behind the Florida Bombings: Who Killed NAACP Leader Harry T. Moore and His Wife? 1952
Box 6
Green, Abner. The Walter-McCarran Law: Police-State Terror Against Foreign Born Americans, 1953
Box 6
Lightfoot, Claude. "Not Guilty!"...The Case against Claude Lightfoot, 1955
Box 6
Committee for Defense of the Pittsburgh Three. Musmanno Isn't Loading Coal -­ Just Baloney, undated
Box 6
Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights of Communists. The Conspiracy Against Free Elections, undated
Box 6
Committee in Defense of Carl Marzani. The Case of Carl Marzani, undated
Box 6
Goldsmith, Len. Ideas Behind Bars? undated
Box 6
Joint Committee to Defend WPA Workers. Terror Against the People: The Story of the WPA Witch Hunt, undated
Box 6
The Moyer-Haywood Case and the US. Supreme Court, undated
Box 6
National Office of the Socialist Party. "Not Guilty": Charge of Federal Judge Clarence W: Sessions in the Conspiracy Case Against Adolf Germer, et al., undated
Box 6
Norman, John F. Murder in Jersey: The Story the Kefauver Committee Didn't Tell, undated
Box 6
State, County and Municipal Workers of America. While You're Not Looking..., undated
Box 6

2. Anti-Fascist and Pacifist Radical Movements, 1933-1951 and undated, bulk 1930s-1940s

25 pamphlets

Chiefly published in the U.S.. Communist and non-communist radical groups are represented. Most of the pamphlets are concerned with Nazi Germany, with fascism in Europe at large, and the threat of fascism in the U.S.

Arranged chronologically.

Committee of Expelled and Suspended City College Students. City College and War: Why Were Twenty-one Students Expelled? 1933
Box 7
The Fight for Communism in Germany, 1933
Box 7
National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism. Who Burned the Reichstag? 1933 [use copy]
Box 7
Commission Investigating Fascist Activities. Women Under Hitler Fascism..., 1934
Box 7
Sonneburg Torture Camp, by an Escaped Prisoner, 1934
Box 7
Hitler Against the World. The World Against Hitler, 1935
Box 7
Strachey, John. Why Fascism Leads to War, 1935
Box 7
Franklin, John. National Defense, 1936
Box 7
Hart, Harold. The Cry for Peace, 1936
Box 7
The Menace of a New World War, 1936
Box 7
Rossi, Carlo. In the Dungeons of Mussolini..., 1936
Box 7
Blumenfield, Frank B. A Blueprint for Fascism..., 1937
Box 7
Hughan, Jessie W. What about Spain? 1937
Box 7
McMillen, Wayne. This Is Our Concern: A Statement to American Social Workers on Their Stake in the Civil War in Spain, 1937
Box 7
Pivert, Marceau. Action directe contre la guerre et le fascisme, 1938
Box 7
Pritt, Denis N. The Mosely Case, [1943?]
Box 7
University Labor Federation [Great Britain]. Students in Action: The Story of a Life Against Fascism, [1943?]
Box 7
Radvanyi, Netty. Anna Seghers [pseud.] [and] Constancia de la Mora Tell the Story of the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, [1944?]
Box 7
Steel, Johannes. The Case for Peace, [194-?]
Box 7
Montagu, Ivor G. S. Negotiation or War: Why We Need the Peace Pact, [1951?]
Box 7
Freeman, Joseph. The Background of German Fascism, undated
Box 7
Germany, Hitler and the Trade Unions, undated [use copy]
Box 7
Germany, Hitler or Lenin, undated
Box 7
The International Brigades, Commissariat of War. These Men Have Died, undated
Box 7
Sefarov, Georgii I. The Far East Ablaze, undated [use copy]
Box 7

3. Left-Wing Radical Organizations, U.S.A., 1930-1943 and undated, bulk 1930s

18 pamphlets

Pamphlets sponsored by various other organizations such as International Labor Defense, the International Workers of the World, and the "Wobblies" (Industrial Workers of the World), written by various authors or published anonymously. Published chiefly during the 1930s.

Engdahl, J. Louis. Sedition! To Protest and Organize Against War, Hunger and Unemployment, 1930
Box 8
Colman, Louis. Night Riders in Gallup, 1935
Box 8
Colman, Louis. Voices from Prison, 1935
Box 8
Soule, Isobel W. The Vigilantes Hide Behind the Flag... [introduction by Vito Marcantonio], 1937
Box 8
Soule, Isobel W. The Work of the International Labor Defense for Aid to Labor's Prisoners..., 1937
Box 8
Victory in Oklahoma over Hitlerism in America, 1943
Box 8
Goldman, Albert. Charge: Rioting. Verdict: Not Guilty!, undated
Box 8
Ryan, Paul W. The C.S. Case Against Labor: The Story of the Sacramento Criminal Syndicalism Railroading, [circa 1936]
Box 8
William, George. The First Congress of the Red Trades Union International at Moscow, 1921..., [1921?] [use copy]
Box 8
One Big Union of All the Workers, the I. W. W., 1933
Box 8
Unemployment and the Machine, 1934
Box 8
Giant Industry and the I. W. W...., undated [use copy]
Box 8
William D. The General Strike, undated [use copy]
Box 8
One Big Union of All the Workers, the IWW, undated [use copy]
Box 8
Smash the IWW - Remember!, undated [use copy]
Box 8
General Defense Committee, International Workers of the World. An Open Letter to President Harding, [1922?]
Box 8
National Committee of Unemployed Councils. Why We March for Unemployment Insurance, 1932
Box 8
Revolutionary Workers League. Why the Revolutionary Workers League, undated
Box 8

Communist Party of Great Britain, 1924-1957 and undated, bulk 1940s-1950s

Written by members of the Communist Party of Great Britain or published anonymously. There are thirteen pamphlets by Harry Pollitt, the Party's General Secretary. Arranged alphabetically by last name or title.

Audit, George. Egypt and the Labor Government, undated
Box 9
The Battle of Ideas: Six Speeches on the Centenary of the Communist Manifesto, 1948
Box 9
Burns, Emile. The Triumph of Communism..., 1948 (2 copies)
Box 9
Campbell, John R. A Socialist Solution to the Crisis, undated
Box 9
Clegg, Arthur. 5 Years against Japan: China the Unconquerable, [1942?] [use copy]
Box 9
Clegg, Arthur. Hands Off Indonesia, 1946
Box 9
Clegg, Arthur. American Spider, 1947
Box 9
The Communist Party of the Soviet Union: Syllabus for Six Lectures on the History of the C.P.S.U ..., 1942
Box 9
The Communist Party of the Soviet Union: Syllabus for Six Lessons on the History of the C.P.S.U, 1949 [use copy]
Box 9
Communist Party Pamphlets, 1956
Box 9
Communist Theory Series, no. 2. Course for New Members, undated
Box 9
Communist Theory Series, no. 3. The Development of Socialist Thought, undated
Box 9
Communist Theory Series, no. 4. The Party and its Work ..., undated
Box 9
Daily Worker Defense League, London. The "Daily Worker" and the War, undated
Box 9
Draft Political Resolution, 1957
Box 9
Essentials for a Health Service..., 1946
Box 9
For Marxist-Leninist Education, No. 1 of a Series of Four Lesson Courses...Socialist Construction in the Soviet Union, undated
Box 9
Fyfe, James. Lysenko is Right, 1950
Box 9
Gallacher, William. William Gallacher's Speeches in Parliament, 1938
Box 9
Gallacher, William. The Merchant Navy..., 1943 [use copy]
Box 9
Gallacher, William. What is Democracy? 1945
Box 9
Gollan, John. Why the Food Shortage? 1946
Box 9
Gollan, John. Towards Communism, 1952
Box 9
Jeffery, Nora. Bring Down the Food Prices! 1953 [use copy]
Box 9
Jeffery, Nora. Lancashire, 1848-1948..., [1948?]
Box 9
Montagu, Ivor G. S. The Federal Union Myth, 1940
Box 9
Montagu, Ivor G. S. Stalin: A Biographical Sketch of the Man Who Leads the U.S.S.R., 1942
Box 9
Nottingham Marxist Group. Why We Left the Communist Party, [1956?]
Box 9
Paul, William. Atomic Energy and Social Progress, 1946
Box 9
Pitcairn, Frank. Where France Begins: What I Saw in Algiers, [194-?]
Box 9
Pollitt, Harry. Which Way for the Workers?... [1932?] [use copy]
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Can Conscription Save Peace? 1939
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. How to Win the War, 1939
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Deeds -- Not Words! 1942
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Why You Should Be a Communist, 1945 [use copy]
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Britain Will Make It, 1946
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Communist Policy for Peace: Negotiate Now, 1951
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. Why Britain Needs the Communist Party Today More than Ever, 1951
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. The Nazis Shall Not Pass! 1952
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. A Policy for Labour, 1952
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. What Do Miners Need? 1953
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. In Defense of Peace: The Case Against Re-Arming the Nazis, 1954
Box 10
Pollitt, Harry. The Path to Peace, undated
Box 10
Robson, R. W. Communism: An Outline for Everyone, 1943
Box 10
Robson, R. W. Proud Record .., 1942 [use copy]
Box 10
Robson, R. W. Why We Talk Politics, 1942
Box 10
Rust, William. The Inside Story of the "Daily Worker." Ten Years of Working Class Journalism, [1939?]
Box 10
Rust, William. Lift the Ban on the Daily Worker, [1942?]
Box 10
Rust, William. Victory Year, 1945, [1945?]
Box 10
Rust, William. Where Is Germany Going? [1946?]
Box 10
Scotland's Schools: A Memorandum ..., [1939?]
Box 10
Scottish Agriculture. Memorandum ..., undated
Box 10
A Study Guide: The Cooperative Movement, 1948
Box 10
A Study-Guide to the Communist Manifesto, 1948
Box 10
The Transition to Socialism: A 3-Lesson Syllabus, 1948 [use copy]
Box 10
Varga, E. The Decline of Capitalism, 1924
Box 10
Stand Ready!... 1929
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Eastwood, Fred. Youth and the Trade Unions, 1942
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Moss, John. Free Britain's Youth..., 1952
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Cohen, Gerry. Socialism! The Future for Youth, undated
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5. Communist International, 1932-1946

12 pamphlets

Two pamphlets are published by the organization itself, while a group of others was written by Georgi Dimitrov, the head of Communist International. Most of the pamphlets concern fascism and the party platform.

Communist International. Theses and Resolutions..., [1932?]
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Communist International. Principles of Party Organisation: Thesis on the Organisation and Structure of the Communist Parties..., undated
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Georgi Dimitrov. Dimitroff Accuses, 1934
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Georgi Dimitrov. Dimitrov: His Final Leipzig Speech Accuses, 1934
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Georgi Dimitrov. The Legal System of German Fascism: Reply to Herr Ribbentrop, 1936
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Georgi Dimitrov. Fascism is War, 1937
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Georgi Dimitrov. To Defend Assassins Is to Help Fascism, 1937
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Georgi Dimitrov. The Soviet Union and the Working Class of the Capitalist Countries, [1937?]
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Georgi Dimitrov. The Guarantee of Victory, 1938
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Georgi Dimitrov. After Munich, 1939
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Georgi Dimitrov. George Dimitroff, with an Introduction by Earl Browder, 1943
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Georgi Dimitrov. Laski's Mistake: Dimitrov's Speech in Full... Forward by Harry Pollitt, 1946
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6. Communism, Other Countries, 1930-1954

12 pamphlets

Pamphlets issued either by the Communist Parties in countries other than the U.S. or Great Britain, or pamphlets published in the U.S. that discuss communism in the world. Countries represented are Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Ireland, Italy, and Mexico.

Militarist Wars and Revolution in China, 1930
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Communist Party of Ireland, Inaugural Congress, 1933.
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Ireland's Path to Freedom: Manifesto of the Communist Party of Ireland, [intro. by Sean Murray], 1933
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Madden, Marie R. Communism in Mexico, 1936
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Prestes, Luis Carlos. Luis Carlos Prestes: The Struggle for Liberation in Brazil, 1936
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Communist Party of Australia, General Committee. Constitution and By-Laws, [1938?]
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Lift the Ban on the Communist Party of Australia Conference, 1942
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Fajon, Etienne. Les communistes et la propriété: conférence prononcée le 6 décembre 1944, Salle des Sociétés Savantes, [1945] [use copy]
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Communist Party of Australia, 14th Congress, 1945. Communists in Congress, 1945
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Communist Party of India. Declaration of Independence..., [1946?]
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Gronchi, Giovanni. Communism Versus Freedom: Which Way Italy? 1948
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Wei, Chen [pseud]. Who's Who in Communist China..., 1954
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Smith, A. E. Communist Illegality and the New Minister of Justice, Canada, undated [use copy]
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Leon Trotsky and Trotskyism, 1931-1950

Five of these pamphlets were written by Leon Trotsky, while the other four are written by various authors and concern Trotskyism

Trotsky, Leon. The Revolution in Spain, 1931
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World Unemployment and the Five Year Plan, 1931
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Andrews, R. F. The Truth About Trotsky, 1934
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Dunne, William and Morris Childs. Permanent Counter-Revolution: The Role of the Trotzkyites in the Minneapolis Strikes, 1934
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Goldman, Albert. "Trotsky's Widow Demands Stalin and Others Be Brought Before Mexican Court," 1947 [news release] [use copy]
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Trotsky, Leon. Trade Unions in the Epoch of Imperialist Decay [intro. by H. A. Vardhan], [1947?]
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Grant, Ted and Jock Haston. Behind the Stalin-Tito Clash: Trotskyist Analysis, 1948
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Trotsky, Leon. The Lesson of Spain: The Last Warning!, 1948
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Perspectives of World Development, 1950
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Novosseloff, S.S. The Bolsheviki and the American Aid to Russia ..., 1918
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Nikiforov, Peter. The Strike of the Dredging Fleet, 1905, 1931
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Bobrovskaya, C. [comp.]. Ivan Babushin: A Short Biography, 1932
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Kedrov, M. S. Book Publishing Under Tzarism, 1932
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The Moscow Trial, Authentic Report: The Indictment, Proceedings, Prosecutor's Speech, Defense, the Verdict, the Red Paper (Litvinov) [N. P. Vitvitskii and other employees of Metropolitan-Vickers, defendants], [1934?] [use copy]
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Joffe, Adolf A. The Last Words of Adolf Joffe: A Letter to Leon Trotsky, 1950
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Bobrovskaya, C. Provocateurs I Have Known, undated
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Moorahtoff, Dimitry. Bolsheviki, undated
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Sprenger, Rudolf. Bolshevism: Its Roots, Role, Class View, Method [trans. by Integer], undated
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8. Anarchism, 1896-1940

10 pamphlets

Pamphlets by various authors concerning anarchist movements; there is also a eulogy of Emma Goldman. Pamphlets written by Emma Goldman are grouped separately.

Tcherkesoff, W. Let Us Be Just: An Open Letter to Liebknecht, 1896
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James, C. L. Origin of Anarchism, 1902
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Durant, William J. Socialism and Anarchism, 1914
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Grosser, Philip. Uncle Sam's Devil's Island, [1931?]
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De Cleyre, Voltairine. Anarchism and American Traditions, 1932
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Weinberger, Harry. Emma Goldman [speech delivered at her funeral], 1940
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Labadie, Joseph A. Anarchism: What It Is and What It Is Not, undated
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Emma Goldman. The Individual, Society and the State, 1930s
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Emma Goldman. Trotsky Protests Too Much, 1938?
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Emma Goldman. The Truth about the Bolsheviki, 1918?
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Labor Organizations, 1911-1956, bulk 1930s-1950s

Materials regarding labor and trade unions in the United States.

Arranged alphabetically by name of organization, then by date.

American Anti-Boycott Association. Coercion of Congress as Attempted by Organized Labor, undated
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American Federation of Labor. Standards for Compensation Legislation, 1925
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American Federation of Labor. The People of America Can't Forget, [195-?]
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American Federation of Labor. Today's Forgotten People, [195-?]
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American Federation of Labor, Free Trade Union Committee. Why Communist China Should Not Be Admitted to the United Nations, 1954
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Association· of Workers in Social Agencies. Spies, Dismissals, Discrimination..., 1935
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Committee for May Day -- 1948. March for Peace, 1948
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Congress of Industrial Organizations, California CIO Council. The "Perfect Crime" of Mr. Taft and Mr. Hartley, 1947
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Council of Machinists. This Is FDR..., [1944?]
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Dress and Waist Manufacturers' Association. Protocol of Peace Between the Dress and Waist Manufacturers' Association and the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1913
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Farmer Labor Political Federation. The Farmer Labor Political Federation, [1934?]
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Farmers' National Conference. Farmers' Call to Action, 1933
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Farmers Unite Their Fight, 1933
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Federated Press, Inc. Why FP? What Every Labor Editor Should Know About Labor's News Service, undated
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Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union. Who's UnAmerican!..., [circa 1947]
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Food, Tobacco, Agricultural and Allied Workers Union. Your Union, How to Make It Strong..., [1950s?]
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General Labor Union. Unity in Action, 1932
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General Relief Committee -- Textile Strikers. The Textile Strike of 1926, 1926
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Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America. Book of Facts for Shipyard Workers, [1935?]
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International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The Name Is Hoffa, 1956
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International Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians. The Technician's Primer on Federal Civil Service Litigation, undated
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International Longshoremen's Association. The Maritime Crisis: What It Is and What It Isn't, undated
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International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. The Everlasting Bridges Case, 1955
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International Oil Worker. It Happened in California, undated
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International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Become a Citizen! How to Do It, 1943
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International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Discrimination Costs You Money, undated
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League for International Rights. Regulation of Labor Unions..., 1937
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Motor Carrier Association of New York. Five Year Peace Pact and Code of Procedure, 1954
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National Association of Die Casting Workers. Labor and Production, undated
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National Maritime Union of America. The Seamen Answer Standard Oil's Lies, undated [use copy]
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Oil Workers International Union, C. I. O. How to Speak at Union Meetings, undated
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Red International of Labor Unions. The Constitution of the Red International, 1921
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Retail Drug Employees Union. So You Have a Right!, undated
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Steel Workers Organizing Committee. Steel Profits and Your Wages, [1936?]
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United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry. The Kohler Worker's Story, undated
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U.S. Mutual Security Agency. The Working People of Europe, undated
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Signed Pamphlets, 1911-1955

Among the authors are Philip Murray, John Llewellyn Lewis, and Walter Philip Reuther, all well-known labor leaders.

Arranged alphabetically by author's last name, and within those groupings, by date.

Cahn, Williams. Frankly Sir, I Need More Money!, undated
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Cahn, Williams. Mill Town: A Book You Will Never Forget, undated
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Claessens, August. A Manual for Trade Union Speakers, undated
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Deverall, Richard L-G. The Democratic Revolution ... Free Trade Unionism, 1950
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Filley, Jane. Consider the Laundry Workers, 1937
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Flaherty, Viva. History of the Grand Rapids Furniture Strike with Facts Hitherto Unpublished, 1911
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Goldberg, Louis P. Next Step American Labor? 1952
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Gordon, Louis. The White Collar Workers Organize, [1938?]
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Green, William. President Green Sounds Warning Against Continued Existence of Committee for Industrial Organization, undated
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Green, William. What Unions Do for the Community, undated
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Hanson, Rudy. What About Finland? undated
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Hartwell, Al. You Can Only Win With Wallace, [1948?]
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Lewis, A. L. Too Much Is Much Too Muehl, undated
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Lewis, John Llewellyn. A Timely Message from John L. Lewis, 1936
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Lewis, John Llewellyn. Jobs, Peace, Unity, 1940
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Lewis, John Llewellyn. Main Address at the Ford Local 600 Anniversary, 1951
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Morris, George. Labor Unity: What AFL-CIO Merger Means for Workers, 1955
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Murray, Philip. The CID Defense Plan, [1947]
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Murray, Philip. Prices and Wages, 1943
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Murray, Philip. Steelworkers Need a $2.00-a Day Wage Increase, [1947]
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Murray, Philip. The Case for Labor, 1947
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Murray, Philip. The Union Shop?...Yes, But There Are Other Major Issues ..., 1952
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Murray, Philip. Save Small Steel ..., undated
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Murray, Philip and Vincente Lombardo Toledano. Labor's Good Neighbor Policy..., undated
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Muste, A. J. The South as Labor's Battleground, 1929
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Page, Dorothy Myra. It Happened on May First!, [1940] [use copy]
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Pressman, Lee. Profits vs. Pay, 1945 [use copy]
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Reuther, Walter P. How to Raise Wages, 1945
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Reuther, Walter P. Address by CID President, Walter Reuther..., 1953
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Reuther, Walter P. We Shall March Together, [1953]
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Rosenblum, Frank. Less Hysteria, More Democracy, 1951
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Schneiderman, William. The Pacific Coast Maritime Strike, 1937
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Shepard, Seth. Dissenting Opinion of Mr. Chief Justice Shepard, undated
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Snook, J. To Hell with War, undated
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Standard, William L. The Coming Ship Subsidy Scandal, [1937]
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Standard, William L. Merchant Seamen and the Law, 1946
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Zugsmith, Leane. L is for Labor, undated
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10. Labor Unions and Labor Parties, Great Britain, 1917-1951

12 pamphlets

Among others, the following political parties are represented: the Labor Party, the Independent Socialist Party, and the Socialist Labor Party.

Grigg, Joseph W. The Workers' Resolve: An Interview with WA. Appleton, 1917
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Labor Party. British Labor Party Program of Reconstruction, 1918
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Higginson, P. R. A Suggested Basis for the Discussion of One Union for Railway Workers [forward by G.D. H. Cole], 1924
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Mosley, Sir Oswald and Oliver Baldwin. Social Revolution in England, 1929
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MacDonald, James R. A Prosperous Countryside, 1930
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Morrison, Herbert S. London Under Socialist Rule, 1935
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Montagu, Ivor G. S. Zero Hour, Second Front [appendix by Ilya Ehrenberg], [1942?]
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Conservative Political Centre, London. The Growth of the Trade Union Movement, [1951?]
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Morris, Will. Co-ops and the War, undated
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Riddick, W. A Short Primer of Industrial History, undated
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Russell, Betty. After Rockets, Housing Rackets ..., undated
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Transport Workers International, Propaganda and Action Committee. Bevin and Wilson, undated
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11. Labor Unions, Other Countries, 1924-1959

12 pamphlets

Organizations in Canada, China, Ireland, the Philippines are represented here, as well as several international organizations.

Irish Transport and General Workers' Union. The Facts Concerning Larkin's Departure to America... [reprint from The Voice of Labour, Apr. 12, 1924], [1924?]
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Pan-Pacific Secretariat of Transport Workers. Against Imperialism, [1929?]
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Pan-Pacific Trade Secretariat. The Class Trade Unions of Japan ..., [1934?] [use copy]
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International Confederation of Free Trade Unions. For Bread, Peace and Freedom, 1949 (2 copies)
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Hernandez, Amado V. Philippine Labor Demands Justice, [1949?] [use copy]
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Saillant, Louis. The Workers Strengthen United Action and Develop Their Activity in Defence [sic] of Their Economic and Social Interests... [meeting of the World Federation of Trade Unions, 1951, Vienna], 1951
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Free China Labor League. A Brief Survey of Taiwan Labor Movement and Labor Conditions, 1952
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International Confederation of Free Trade Unions. Another Hoax: An Exposure of the WFTU Charter of Trade Union Rights, 1955
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Morris, Leslie. Labor-Farmer Political Action, [Toronto, Canada; Labor­ Progressive Party], 1959
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International Confederation of Free Trade Unions. ICTFU: Free Trade Unions of the Whole World March Together Towards a Better Life for All, [1954?]
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Canadian Seamen's Union, National Office. The C.S.U and You. The Case For Free Trade Unionism, undated
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12. Socialism, U.S.A., 1897-1957

79 pamphlets

General, 1897-1954, bulk 1897-1919

One pamphlet was written by Eugene Debs, Socialist Party leader, and another by Jack London, American writer and social activist. Several pamphlets in this series discuss women's issues.

McCall, Erwin. The Martyrdom of Percy Whitcomb, Socialist and Agnostic, [1897?] [use copy]
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Wanhope, Joseph. The Division of Wealth, [1900?]
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Hagerty, Thomas J. Why Physicians Should Be Socialists, 1902
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Richardson, Noble Asa. Introduction to Socialism, 1902
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Methods of Acquiring National Possession of Our Industries, [1903?]
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Debs, Eugene V. The Federal Government and the Chicago Strike, 1904 London, Jack. The Tramp, 1904
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Lewis, Arthur M. and Job Harriman. Lewis-Harriman Debate Socialist Party vs. Union Labor Party, 1906
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Osborne, John B. Hearstism: An Analysis of the Government Ownership Question, 1906
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Common Sense. Appreciations, a "Common Sense" Bug Booklet with an Appreciation from Our Gene by A. Corey and Alfred G. Sanftleben of the "Common Sense" Staff, 1907
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Russell, Charles E. Socialism and the National Crisis, [1910?]
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Heath, Frederick [ed.]. The "Menace of Socialism," Being a Report of an Address by the Rev. Thos. Gasson, S. J and a Reply by Hon. James F Carey ... [also included: Victor L. Berger's "Words of the Saints"]. The Social Democratic Library, 1912
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Granger, Joseph I. Twenty Years of State Socialism in New Zealand -- A Lesson to America and the World, 1914
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Rochester Socialist Sunday School. Socialist Sunday School. Lesson Topics for April, May and June, 1914, 1914
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Ronald, Dan. The Student's Epitome of Scientific Socialism, 1917
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Nuorteva, Santeri. An Open Letter to American Liberals..., 1918 [use copy]
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Laidler, Harry W. Books on Socialism and Allied Subjects, 1919
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Williams, Albert Rhys. Soviet Russia and Siberia, 1919 [use copy]
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Jager, Henry. A House Divided..., 1932 [use copy]
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Keracher, John. Frederick Engels (November 1820-August 1895), 1946
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Romano, Paul and Ria Stone. The American Worker, 1947
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Starr, Mark. "Creeping Socialism" vs. Limping Capitalism, [1954?]
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Ervin, Charles. U ...["U" is the title; cartoons by J. F. Hart], undated
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Goldberg, Louis P. Social Democrats and the New Communist Line, undated
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Hurst, Frederick. Questions Answered... A Reply to a Most Consistent and Persistent Opponent of Socialism, the Providence Visitor, undated [use copy]
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Intercollegiate Socialist Society. Courses in Socialism..., undated
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Lilienthal, Meta [Stem, Meta L.] Women of the Future, undated
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Marcy, Mary E. Working Men and Women, undated
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O'Neal, James. Militant Socialism..., undated
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Russell, Phillips. The Shrinking Dollar, undated [use copy]
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Wheeler, Robert J. and Clarence T. Wixsom. ''Jim Hill's" Advice, undated
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Socialist Party, U.S.A., 1903-1957

Pamphlets published under the auspices of the Socialist Party, USA include the Party's manifesto and a pamphlet by Eugene Debs on the Party's platform. Several publications concern labor issues, and one discusses the affinity between Catholicism and Socialism.

Herron, George D. From Revolution to Revolution. The Paris Commune and its Lessons ..., 1903
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The Socialist Party, 1908
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Debs, Eugene Victor. The Mission of the Socialist Party, [1908?] [use copy]
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Gasson, Thomas I. and James F. Carey. The Menace of Socialism. An Address Delivered By Rev. Thomas I. Gasson...A Reply by James F. Carey..., 1911
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Annual Report of the National Executive Committee to the National Committee..., [1914?]
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Are the Workers of America Opposed to an Eight-Hour Law? [1914?]
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Findings of the Committee Appointed by the National Executive Committee to Examine into the Matters Pertaining to the Finnish Controversy, 1914
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Mills, Walter Thomas and Charles Edward Russell. War: Make an End of War...[by Mills] and Big Business and War ... [by Russell], 1915
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Souvenir of the 1918 Convention of the Socialist Party of New York State, 1918
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Stedman, Seymour. Socialism and Peace and O. C. Wilson. Get Ready for 1918, [1918?]
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Thomas, Norman M. Justice Triumphs in Spain..., 1938
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Laidler, Harry W. In Favor of the Central Committee Resolution..., [with introductory text by the City Central Committee of NYC's Socialist Party] [1941?] [use copy]
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Drob, Judah and Travers Clement. Democracy is not Doomed: An Answer to Friedrich Hayek, 1945
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Socialist Unity in America..., 1957
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Boss, Ken and Tom Tucker. The Moral Basis of Modern Socialism: The Means to an End, undated
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Hamilton, Albert W. and Edmund Churchill. Building a New World through the Socialist Party, undated
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Kerlin, Robert T. A Socialist Educational Program..., undated
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Kerr, Charles H. Ten Dollars a Day, undated
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O' Hagan, Walter. Why a Catholic Should Be a Socialist, undated
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Russell, Charles E. Danger Ahead for Labor, undated
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Russell, Charles Edward. The Invisible Government: A Speech Delivered by Charles Edward Russell, Socialist Party Candidate for Mayor at the Hippodrome in New York City on October 12, 1913, [1913]
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Manifesto of the Socialist Party (Adopted by National Convention, Machinists' Hall, Chicago, September 4, 1919), [1919?]
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Gross, Jesse. Bibliography of the Works of Karl Marx and Frederich Engels in the English Language, [1941] [2 copies]
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Soloman, Charles. Detroit and the Party, undated
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Smerkin, George and Sol Larks. From Young Socialists to Young Communists, 1934 [use copy]
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Draper, Hal. Are You Ready for War? [1937?] [use copy]
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Kempton, Murray. Socialism Now! Democracy's Only Defense, undated
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Socialist Labor Party and Daniel De Leon, 1904-1947

All pamphlets were written by Daniel De Leon, a leader in the Socialist Labor Party. Two are debates with other politicians. Includes the Party's Constitution, published sometime after 1940.

De Leon, Daniel. Flashlights of the Amsterdam Congress, 1904
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De Leon, Daniel. Berger's Hit and Misses..., 1911
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De Leon, Daniel. Women's Suffrage..., 1911
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De Leon, Daniel. Reform or Revolution. .., 1914
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De Leon, Daniel and William H. Berry. De Leon-Berry Debate Solution of the Trust Problem, 1915
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De Leon, Daniel. Fifteen Questions Asked by the Providence, R.I. "Visitor"
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De Leon, Daniel. Answered by Daniel De Leon..., 1918
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De Leon, Daniel. The Burning Question of Trade Unionism..., 1919
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De Leon, Daniel. The Ballot and Class Struggle, 1933
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De Leon, Daniel and Thomas F. Carmody. Socialism vs. "Individualism"; Debate: De Leon vs. Carmody [intro. by Arnold Peterson], 1942
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De Leon, Daniel. Capitalism Means War! [introduction by John Timm], 1947
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Constitution…: Adopted at the Eleventh National Convention, New York, July 1904. Amended 1908, 1912, 1916, 1920, 1924, 1928, 1936, 1940, undated
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Goldman, Albert. What is Socialism? 1938
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Cannon, James P. The Workers and the Second World War, 1942
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Hansen, Joseph. The Socialist Workers Party: What It Is. What It Stands For, 1948 [use copy]
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Parker, Albert. Negroes March on Washington, [1947]
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Preis, Art. "Welfare State" or Socialism? 1950
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Dobbs, Farrell. Trade Union Problems, undated
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Hansen, Joseph. Wall Street's War -- Not Ours, undated [use copy]
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Crawford, James S. Political Socialism: Why It Would Fail in Success, 1911
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Le Rossignol, James E. An Explanation and Criticism of…Scientific Socialism..., 1921
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Ries, William F. Roosevelt Exposes Socialism..., [1911?]
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13. Socialism, Other Countries, 1943-1951

28 pamphlets

Countries chiefly represented are Great Britain and India, but also include Canada, Australia, and various Central Eastern European countries sending delegates to a conference in Paris. Subjects are varied, and include labor issues, women's issues, Russia, the nationalization of India, and World War II. One pamphlet contains the Canadian Socialist Party's Manifesto

Great Britain: Fairchild, E. C. The Failure of Radicalism: A Socialist View of the Working Classes, 1907
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Great Britain: Paul, William. Hands Off Russia, [1918?] [use copy]
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Great Britain: Maclean, John. The Coming War with America, 1919 [use copy]
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Great Britain: Roebuck, C. M. The Nationalisation of Women: The Natural History of a Lie..., [1919?] [use copy]
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Great Britain: Socialist Party of Great Britain. Socialism and Religion, [1923?]
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Great Britain: Jowett, Frederick W. What Made Me a Socialist, 1941
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Great Britain: Campbell, J. R. A Socialist Solution to the Crisis, 1948
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Great Britain: Socialist Party of Great Britain. The Communist Manifesto -- And the Last Hundred Years, 1948
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Great Britain: Pritt, Denis N. Socialism and Civil Liberty..., [1956?]
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Great Britain: Socialist Medical Association. Danger, Dust at Work: Join the Fight to Save Your Lungs, [195-?]
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Great Britain: McCurdy, Charles A. A Clean Peace: The War Aims of British Labour..., undated [2 copies]
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Great Britain: Morris, Will. England Has Risen, undated
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Great Britain: Pritt, Denis N. Crisis and Cure: The Socialist Way to Prosperity and Peace, undated
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Great Britain: Rude, George F Socialism in Practice; Why Russia is Strong, undated
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India: Socialist Party. Capital Levy, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Controls: End or Mend? 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Food For All, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. The Gold Diggers, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. How We Live, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Nationalisation, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. New Deal for Labour, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Prices and Production, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Reforms in Agriculture, 1951
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India: Socialist Party. Social Mobility, 1951
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Canada: King, Carlyle. What Is Democratic Socialism? 1943
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Canada: Socialist Party. Manifesto of the Socialist Party of Canada, undated
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Australia: Workers' Literature Bureau [comp.]. Russia: Stalin and the Peace and Other Russian Studies and USA Problems, Racial and Ethnic, 1943
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Bureau international socialiste du Centre et du Sud-Est de l'Europe. Deuxième conférence des parties socialistes de l'Europe Centrale et Orientale, Paris, 2-4 octobre 1948. Compterendu, [1948]
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Collins, Peter W. Triplets of Destruction..., 1919
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Simmons, George W. Bolshevism As I Found It..., 1919
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Greater Iowa Association. Will You Help Fight Un-American and Communist Propaganda...? 1920
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Washburn, Stanley. Russian Bolshevism as a Menace to America, 1920
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Spolansky, Jacob. The Red Trail in America, [192-?]
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Djamgaroff, George. Why the Communist Party...Should Be Outlawed, 1930
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Seligman, Edwin R. A., Fenner Brockway and Scott Nearing. Capitalism, Socialism, Communism: A Debate ..., 1930
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National Civic Federation. Plan for an International Movement to Combat the Red Menace ..., [1931?]
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Reese, Maria. I Accuse Stalinism! An Open Letter to the C.C. of the Communist Party of Germany..., [1933?] [use copy]
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Is Communism a Menace in the US.? Revolutionary Action Now Being instigated Throughout Length and Breadth of Our Land Likened to deadly Smallpox Infection..., 1934
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Kamp, Joseph P. Join the CID and Help Build a Soviet America, 1937
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Yuvon, M. What Has Become of the Russian Revolution? 1937
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Hart, Merwin K. Are There Subversive Activities in Our Schools? 1939
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Naft, Stephen. 100 Questions to the Communists, 1939
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Hoffman, Clare E. Battalions of Death: The Destroyers Are Marching, [193-?]
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Schaffer, Louis. Stalin's Fifth Column on Broadway..., 1940
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Plavner, Murray. How to Stop the Junior Fifth Column..., 1941
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Milwaukee Sentinel. How the Milwaukee Sentinel Exposed Communists and Fellow Travelers..., 1946
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Avery, Andrew. Communist Power in US. Industry, 1947
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Kamp, Joseph. Behind the Lace Curtains of the YWCA..., 1948
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Naft, Stephen. Answer Please! Questions for Communists, 1948
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Sweinhart, James. Communist Plot Exposed! 1948
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Rosten, Leo C. How the Politburo Thinks, and J.B. S Hardman, Letter to a Confused Liberal, [1951?]
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Spratt, Philip. The Communist "Peace" Appeal: Its Real Character, 1951
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Josephson, Emmanuel. Red Record of Adlai Stevenson, "Stalin's" Choice for President, 1952
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Denov, Isadore D. The Communist Technique, 1952
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Squires, Richard. The Diary of General Grow, as Exposed by Major Richard Squires, 1952
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Hartmann, George W. and Roger Payne. Socialism versus Communism: An Ethical and Psychological Contrast, 1953
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American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. The Greater Danger: The Post-Stalin Pattern for Communist World Conquest, 1956
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O' Dwyer, Greg. Communist China: A Nation Enslaved..., 1957
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American Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia, Inc. The Free World's Secret Weapon..., undated
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Constitutional Educational League. Comment on Communists and Communism..., undated
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Holly, John P. What if They Are Red? undated
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Loyal American Group. What Shall We Do about Communism? undated
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Reuther, Walter P. A Proposal for a Total Peace Offensive to Stop Communist Aggression by Taking the Initiative in the World Contest for Men's Minds, Hearts and Loyalties, undated
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Anti-Communist Religious Propaganda, 1919-1946

Pamphlets written by religious opponents of communism, chiefly members of the Protestant and Catholic churches. One author is Clare Booth Luce, a well-known American dramatist.

Sullivan, William L. ...Bolshevik Socialism, Americanism and the Moral Law..., 1919
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Holmes, John H. The Tomb of Lenin, 1931-1932
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Holmes, John H. What Soviet Russia Is Doing to Religion, 1931-1932
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McDevitt, Harry S. Communism and American Youth, 1936
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Lord, Daniel A. Thanks to the Communists, 1937
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Sheen, Fulton J. Communism: The Opium of the People, 1937
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Lord, Daniel A. "I Saw the Soviet." Russia, 1937: An Interview with Frederic Siedenburg, 1938
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Muench, Aloisius, J. The Outstretched Hand a/Communism ..., 1938
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Luce, Clare B. Is Communism Compatible with Christianity? 1946
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The Most Fearless and Factual Expose of Communism Ever Published!, Catholic Information Society, [1947?] [promotional flyer for publications]
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Fries, Amos A. Sugar Coating Communism for Protestant Churches, undated
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Vaughan, Joseph A. The Communistic Crisis, undated
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National Federation for Constitutional Liberties. Everybody 1s Business: A Summary of New York State Anti-Discrimination Laws ..., [1946?]
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United Defense Committee, Los Angeles. Loyalty Oath: If We Remain Silent..., [1949?]
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Lamont, Corliss. Back to the Bill of Rights, 1950
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Sillen, Samuel. Cold War in the Classroom, 1950
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Garlin, Sender. Red Tape and Barbed Wire, [1951?]
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Lamont, Corliss. Are We Being Talked into War? 1952
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How I Answered Joe McCarthy, by Anonymous, 1953
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Jefferson School of Social Science. Man's Right to Knowledge ..., 1954
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Lamont, Corliss. Challenge to McCarthy, 1954
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The Congressional Inquisition, 1954
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The Assault on Academic Freedom, 1955
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Morton, Joseph. How the Cradle of Liberty Was Robbed .., 1955
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Williamson, John. Jailed by McCarthy..., 1955
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Lamont, Corliss. Soviet Aggression: Myth or Reality?, undated
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15. Anti-Communism, Other Countries, 1925-1958

14 pamphlets

Published in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain (6 pamphlets), Mexico, and Switzerland.

Hogg, Douglas. The Communist Conspiracy…, Great Britain, [1925?]
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Agents of Revolution. A History of the Workers Unity League...Published by Direction of Hon. W. H Price, K.C. Attorney General for Ontario, Canada, [1931?]
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Macgillivray, George J. The Anti-God Front of Bolshevism..., Great Britain, 1931
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Walt, Lewis. Communism, Great Britain, 1937
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Scottish League for European Freedom. Convention of Delegates of the Resistance Movements of the Anti-Bolshevik Nations of Europe and Asia Communism Legislation Concerns You!... Australia, 1950
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Jahn, Hans. A Glimpse Behind the 'Iron Curtain,' Germany, 1951
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Orr, Charles A. Stalin's Slave Camps, Belgium, 1951
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Henderson, H. W. Communist Lies About America, Great Britain, 1952
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Conservative Political Centre, London. Trade Unions and Communism, Great Britain, 1954
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Steering Committee of the World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation. First World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation, Mexico, 1958
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Congress for Cultural Freedom [comp.] Extracts from the "Soviet Philosophical Dictionary," France, undated
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Cramer, Marc. The Bolshevist International Against Religion, Switzerland, undated
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Henderson, H. W. Soviet Elections: Are They Free and Democratic? Great Britain, undated
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Pamphlets in English Issued in the Soviet Union or Eastern 'Bloc' Countries

Fifteen were published by the Foreign Language Publishing House in Moscow, and twelve by the Cooperative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the USSR. One pamphlet was written by Joseph Stalin. Many are by well-known Russian party officials and writers.

International Red Aid. Under the Banner of Militant Internationalism, 1930
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Rudolf, N. The World Crisis and the War Danger, 1931
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Stassova, H. MOPR's Banners Abroad: Report to the Third MOPR Congress of the Soviet Union, 1931
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German Workers in the Soviet Union, 1932
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Mokhov, Z. The Protection of Labour in the USSR, 1933
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Shvemik, N. M. New Functions of the Soviet Trade Unions..., 1933
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Stetsky, A. The Constitution of the Socialist State, 1936
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Semashko, N. A. The New Soviet Constitution: The Right to Rest and Leisure, 1937
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Ilin, M. The Little Citizen of a Big Country, 1939
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Schmid, Otto. The Conquest of the Arctic, 1939
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Ibarruri, Dolores. Implacable War against Fascism! 1941
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Molotov, V. Radio Address..., 1941
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Anti-Fascist Meeting of Soviet Sportsmen, August 2, 1942 [1942]
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Kalinin, M. The Patriotic War of the Soviet Union Against the German Invaders, 1942
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Molotov, V. Note Submitted by V. Molotov...Concerning the Monstrous Crimes..., 1942
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Molotov, V. Note Submitted by V. Molotov...Concerning the Wholesale Forcible Transportations of Soviet Civilians to German Fascist Slavery ..., 1943
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The Peoples of Europe Versus Hitler, 1943 [use copy]
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Communique of the Polish-Soviet Extraordinary Commission for Investigating the Crimes Committed by Germans..., 1944
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Stalin, J. Marxism and the National Question, 1947
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Central Board of Polish Trade Unions. The Polish Miner: The Role and Achievements of the Miners' Union, 1949 [use copy]
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Resolution of the Tenth Congress of Trade Unions of the U.S.S.R...., 1949
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International Union of Students. Colonial Education, 1950
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Mikoyan, A. The Great Architect of Communist Society, 1950
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Leonov, M. Marxism and Philosophy: Stalin on Dialectics..., 1951
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Noce, Teresa. The Struggle of the Textile and Clothing Workers for the Right to Work for Bread, Freedom, National Independence and for Peace..., 1953
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Decisions of the Plenum of the C.C., C.P.S.U. Held in July 1955 [1955]
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For the International Unity and Solidarity of the Working People, 1955
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For Further Consolidation of the Forces of Socialism on the Principles of Marxism-Leninism, 1956
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Ukrainian Information Bureau. Ukrainian Youth and Bolshevism, 1957
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Shundeev, V. New Methods of Economic Management in the Soviet Union, 1967
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Radek, Karl. Shock-Brigade Workers, undated
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American, British, and Indian Publications from Soviet Sources, 1924-1954, bulk 1950s

Chiefly speeches by USSR government and party officials such as Stalin, Gromyko, Malenkov, Vyshinskii, Molotov, Rykov, and Litvinov. One pamphlet addresses the role of Socialist women in Russia.

Financial Policies of Soviet Russia, Russian Information Bureau: Washington D.C., 1924
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Rykov, A. I. Russia's Foreign Policy..., Russian Parliamentary Committee, London, 1927
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Litvinov, M. M. The Soviet Union Stands for Peace, NYC, 1932 [use copy]
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Molotov, V. M. Food for All: The Abolition of the Bread Card System..., International Publishers: New York City, [1935?]
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Molotov, V. M. Speech Delivered at the Session of the United Nations Conference..., American Russian Institute: San Francisco, 1945
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Gromyko, Andrei. A Palestine Solution, Morning Freiheit Association: New York, [1947?]
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CPSU Problems of Party Ideological Work: Editorials from "Bolshevik," Theoretical and Political Journal of the Soviet Communist Party, People's Publishing House: Bombay, 1948
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On the Situation in Berlin, Soviet News: London, 1948
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Results of Fulfillment of Five-Year Plan of the USSR for 1946-1950, Information Bulletin, Soviet Embassy: Washington D.C., 1951
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The Soviet Union in the Struggle for Peace... [speeches by A. A. Gromyko, Y. A. Malik and a Pravda editorial], Soviet News: London, 1951
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Soviet Leaders Speak for Communism and Peace: Reports to the XIX Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union..., New Century Publishers: New York City, 1952
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Speeches by A. Y. Vyshinsky at the Seventh Session of the U.N. General Assembly, New York, Oct. 18 and 29, 1952, Soviet News: London, 1952
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Speeches by A. Y. Vyshinsky in the Political Committee of the U.N. General Assembly, Paris, Dec. 18, 19, 21, 1951, Soviet News: London, 1952
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The Stalin Heritage: 1879-1953..., New Century Publishers: New York City, 1953
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Collective Security in Europe: Soviet Note of March 31, 1954, Soviet News: London, 1954
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Report by M. Z. Saburov..., Soviet News: London, 1954
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J. V. Stalin Replies to "Pravda" Correspondent on the Atomic Weapon, Soviet News: London, [195-?]
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Falsifiers of History: An Historical Document on the Origins of World War II with an Introduction by Frederick L. Schuman, Committee for Promotions of Peace: New York City, undated
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Russia and the League of Nations, The Revolutionary Age: Boston, Mass., undated [use copy]
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Razuma, Anna. Russian Women in the Building of Socialism, Workers Library: New York City, undated
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Western Attitudes to the USSR, 1921-1959

Pamphlets which are considered neither radical nor anti-Communist, issued in the West and discussing attitudes and relations with the Soviet Union. One pamphlet was written by Richard M. Nixon in 1959.

The Soviet Russia Medical Relief Committee. Medical Relief Work in Soviet Russia, 1921
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Lyons, Eugene. Three Years of Russia Under Soviet Rule, 1931
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Greenwood, Arthur [comp.]. The Soviets' Fighting Forces, 1939
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Lamont, Corliss. Has Stalin a New Policy?, [1941?] [typescript of radio speech given in May, 1941]
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Oliveira Salazar, Antonio de. The West Faces Russia..., 1948
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Schuman, Frederick L. The Devil and Jimmy Byrnes..., 1948
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Friends of Fighters for Russian Freedom. How to Help Stalin Win the World: Who is the Enemy-- "Russia" or Communism? [1952]
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Sargeant, Howland H. Communicating With the People Behind the Iron Curtain, 1957
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Nixon, Richard M. ...The Lesson of the Mikoyan Visit..., 1959
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Bessie, Alwah C. Soviet People at War..., undated
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Harrington, Donald. Must We Eventually Fight the Soviet Union, undated
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Friends of the Soviet Union. Soviet Pictorial: Forging Ahead, [1931?] [not an exact duplicate of previous pamphlet -- differences in copy]
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Why Soviet Russia Should Be Recognized..., [1933?]
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American Russian Institute. Are You Interested in Soviet Russia?... [1934?]
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Heller, A. A. One Sixth of the World, [1937?]
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Lamont, Corliss. The Story of Soviet Progress, 1938
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Johnson, Hewlitt. The Road to Peace, 1949
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Pepper, Claude. An American Policy for Peace: A Program for Big Three Unity and American-Soviet Friendship, [1950?]
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National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Seeing Is Believing: Americans Go Visiting the Soviet Union, 1951
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Friends of the Soviet Union. 15 Years of the Soviet Union, undated
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Soviet "Dumping" and "Forced Labor," undated
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Soviet Pictorial: Forging Ahead, undated
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Through Workers' Eyes: Report of the American Workers' Delegation to Soviet Russia, undated [use copy]
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Who are the Friends of the Soviet Union? undated
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Heller, A. A. One Hundred Years in Ten..., undated
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Who Wants War?, undated
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Kingsbury, John A. Soviet Impressions, undated
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British-Soviet Friendship, 1945-1952

Several purport to be eye-witness accounts from Russia, with two published by the British Workers' Delegation to the Soviet Union.

Litauer, Stefan. Poland's Case, 1945
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Clegg, Arthur. The U.S.S.R. and China, 1946
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Lewis, John. The Basis of Soviet Philosophy, 1947
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Evans, Stanley G. The U.S.S.R. and U.N., 1949
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Montagu, Ivor G. S. Joseph Stalin: Seventy Years, [1949?]
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Scottish Area of the British National Union of Mineworkers' Delegation to the Soviet Union. Where Miners Are Honored..., 1950
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British Workers' Delegation to the Soviet Union. Russia with our Own Eyes..., 1951
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British Workers' Delegation to U.S.S.R. Russia, 1952: The Complete Report of 12 British Trade Unionists..., 1952
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18. Radical Movements, U.S.A. and Canada -- Songs and Poetry, 1912-1950

10 pamphlets

Eight collections of songs, one of poetry by Wilfred Gribble, and one children's book in prose.

Gribble, Wilfred. Rhymes of Revolt, 1912
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Socialist Party, USA. Some Songs of Socialism, 1912
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Workers Music League. Red Song Book, 1932
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Songs of Struggle [bilingual], 1932 [use copy]
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Redfield, A. Mr. His: A Children's Story for Anybody, 1939
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Robinson, Earl [comp.]. America Sings, [1939?]
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America Sings, [193-?]
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Jefferson, Bill. Songs for Peace, 1940
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Stevens, Alexander [comp.]. America Sings for Victory, [1941?]
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Marks, Gerald and Milton Pascal. Sing a Labor Song, 1950
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19. Preservation Originals

Series contains original pamphlets removed from the main run of pamphlets and housed separately due to preservation concerns. Use copies of these originals are filed in the main pamphlet run and indicated with the use copy designation.

Original pamphlets in this series are restricted for preservation reasons. Use copies exist in the collections.

Originals removed for preservation
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Originals removed for preservation
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Provenance

The Radical and Labor Pamphlets Collection was transferred from Duke University's William R. Perkins Library to the Rubenstein Library in 1961.