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The Freedoms Foundation is a national, non-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian educational organization located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1949 by Dwight D. Eisenhower, Kenneth D. Wells and Don Belding, it sought to educate Americans about their responsibility to uphold and defend the rights they inherited in order to ensure the country's future.

This collection consists of twentieth-century political pamphlets and periodicals from across the political spectrum. It includes runs of journals ranging from African Communist to East-West Digest, published by the Council Against Communist Aggression, as well as runs of newspapers such as The New Order, published by the National Socialist Party of America, and The Thunderbolt, Organ of the National States Rights Party. Included in the periodicals section are runs of published lectures, essays, and papers on economics and public policy, including those published by the Ethics and Public Policy Center and the IIER (Internation Institute for Economic Research). The collection also holds over seventy boxes of pamphlets on a range of political topics, from human rights and civil liberties to national security and disarmament, on African liberation movements and Cuba, Vietnam and China, on NATO and the Helsinki Accord.

Gift of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in 1988.

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
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Kristine McGee (processed prior to 2013)
Finding Aid Date
2020 September 2
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Each bound volume is given a box number.

1963.
Box 1-7
1964.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1966.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1967.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1968.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3 quarters, 1969.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1970.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1971.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1972.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1973.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1974.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3 quarters, 1975.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1980.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1981.
Box 1-7
2, 3, 4 quarters, 1982.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1983.
Box 1-7
1, 2 quarters, 1984.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1986.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1987.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1988.
Box 1-7
1, 2, 3, 4 quarters, 1989.
Box 1-7
1, 2 quarters, 1990.
Box 1-7
Scope and Contents

All bound.

1937 March, October, November.
Box 8-10
1938 January-March.
Box 8-10
1939 January.
Box 8-10
1941 January, February, August, November, December.
Box 8-10
1942 March, May, September.
Box 8-10
1943 April.
Box 8-10
1945 October, November, December.
Box 8-10
1946 January, February, March, October, November, December.
Box 8-10
1947 January-July.
Box 8-10
1962 June, August, October, December.
Box 11-12
1963 February/March, April/May, June/August.
Box 11-12
1964 January-December.
Box 11-12
1965 January-December.
Box 11-12
1966 July/August, September/October, November/December.
Box 11-12
1967 January/February, March-December.
Box 11-12
1968 January/February, March/April.
Box 11-12
1923 August, December.
Box 13-25
1925 February.
Box 13-25
10th Anniversary Issue, Vol. VI, #30 and Vol. VII, #1, 1929.
Box 13-25
1931 May 15, July 15.
Box 13-25
1932 January 15, April 1, July 1 & 15, September 1.
Box 13-25
1933 February 1 & 15, March 14, April 15, May 1 & 15, June 1 & 22, July 1 & 15, September 15, November 15.
Box 13-25
1934 January 15, February 1 & 20, March 5 & 20, April 5 & 20, May 20, June 5 & 20, July 5 & 20 August 5, September 5 & 20, October 5 & 20, November 5 & 20, December 5 & 20.
Box 13-25
1935 July-December; March 20, April 5 & 20, May 5 & 20, June 5 & 20, August 20.
Box 13-25
1936 January-December.
Box 13-25
1937 January, March-December.
Box 13-25
1938 January-June, July-December.
Box 13-25
Special Report: 18th Congress of the CPSU: Reports, Resolutions, Speeches, 1939 January, May-August, December.
Box 13-25
1940 January, April, August, September, December.
Box 13-25
1957 January-December.
Box 26-31
1958 January-April.
Box 26-31
1964 January-December.
Box 26-31
1965 January-December.
Box 26-31
1966 January-December.
Box 26-31
1967 January-December.
Box 26-31
1968 January-December.
Box 26-31
1969 January-December.
Box 26-31
1971 January-December.
Box 26-31
Khoman, Thanat (Foreign Minister of Thailand): Prospects of a New Pax Asiana, 1969.
Box 32
Menzies, Robert (former Prime Minister of Australia): An Australian Looks at East and Southeast Asia, 1969.
Box 32
Soedjatmoleo (Indonesian Ambassador to US): Southeast Asia Today and Tomorrow, 1969.
Box 32
Yew, Lee Kuan (Prime Minister of Singapore): East-West: the Twain Have Met, 1970.
Box 32
Trench, Sir David (Governor of Hong Kong): Hong Kong and It's Position in the Southeast Asia Region, 1971.
Box 32
Man, Kwan Sik: (Minister of Education, Republic of Korea): Korea's Changing Role in Asia, , 1973.
Box 32
1965 April.
Box 33-41
1968 March, September, October.
Box 33-41
1969 January-December.
Box 33-41
1970 January-December.
Box 33-41
1971 January-November.
Box 33-41
#s 1-24, 1972 January-December.
Box 33-41
#s 1-24, 1973 January-December.
Box 33-41
#s 1-10, 13-16, 18, 24, 1974 January, February, March, April, May, July, August, September, December.
Box 33-41
#s 3, 8, 14-21, 23, 24, 1975 February, April, July, August, September, October, November, December.
Box 33-41
#s 2-24; missing #1 and #4, 1976 January-December.
Box 33-41
#s 1-24, 1977 January-December.
Box 33-41
#s 1-24, 1978 January-December.
Box 33-41
#s 1-14, 16, 1980 January-August.
Box 33-41
Elegant, Robert: How to Lose a War: the Press and Vietnam, #35, 1982 April.
Box 42-43
Kirkpatrick, Jeanne: Private Virtues, Public Vices, #41, 1982 December.
Box 42-43
English, Raymond: Constitutional Democracy vs Utopian Democracy, #42, 1983 February.
Box 42-43
Wilson, James: Crime and American Culture, #43, 1983 April.
Box 42-43
Lefever, Ernest: Revolution, Terrorism, and US Policy, #45, 1983 May.
Box 42-43
Thompson, W. Scott: Reducing Risk by Restoring Strength: Reflections on Nuclear War, #46, 1983 August.
Box 42-43
Siegel, Seymour: Who Speaks for American Judaism?, #48, 1983 October.
Box 42-43
Haseler, Stephen: Advancing Democratic Principles, #49, 1983 October.
Box 42-43
Kirkpatrick, Jeanne: We and They: Understanding Ourselves and Our Adversary, #51, 1983 December.
Box 42-43
A Tribute to Lech Walesa, #52, 1983 December.
Box 42-43
Falcoff, Mark: Central America and US Domestic Policies, #54, 1984 April.
Box 42-43
The Grenada Mission, #55, edited by Raymond English, 1984 April.
Box 42-43
Challenge and Response, #57, edited by Robert Royal, 1985 February.
Box 42-43
Reinvigorating Our Schools, #58, edited by Ernest Lefever, 1985 April.
Box 42-43
Ethics and American Power, #59, edited by Ernest Lefever, 1985 May.
Box 42-43
Gaining Ground: New Approaches to Poverty and Dependency,#60, edited by Michael Cromatie, 1985 August.
Box 42-43
American Business and the Quest for Freedom, #62, 1986 February.
Box 42-43
Lawler, Philip: How Bishops Decide: An American Catholic Case Study, #63, 1986 March.
Box 42-43
Bennett, William and Kirkpatrick, Jeanne: History, Geography, and Citizenship:the Teacher's Role, #64, 1986 April.
Box 42-43
Berger, Peter: Ethics and the New Class, #9, 1978 September.
Box 44
Suberman, Laurence: Will Lawyering Strangle Capitalism?, #10, 1978 September.
Box 44
Van den Haag, Ernest: Is Capital Punishment Just?, #11, 1978 September.
Box 44
Nickel, Herman: The Case for Doing Business in South Africa, #12, 1978 September.
Box 44
Seabury, Paul: Trendier than thou: Episcopal Church and Secular World, #14, 1978 November.
Box 44
Ikle, Fred Charles: What it Means to be #2, #21, 1979 November.
Box 44
Bukovsky, Vladimir: Soul of Man Under Socialism, #20, 1979 November.
Box 44
Kirkpatrick, Jeanne: Dictatorships and Double Standards: A Critique of US Policy, #22, 1979 December.
Box 44
Isaac, Rael Jean: America the Enemy: Profile of a Revolutionary Think Tank, #25, 1980 July.
Box 44
Atkin, J. Myron: Washington vs the Public Schools, #26, 1980 December.
Box 44
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick: Washington vs the Universities, #27, 1980 December.
Box 44
Grant, Gerald: Education, Character and American Schools, #32, 1981 December.
Box 44
Podhoretz, Norman: The New Defenders of Capitalism, #33, 1981 December.
Box 44
Why Latin America is Poor, Michael Novak, #36, 1982 April.
Box 44
Siemon-Netto, Uwe: On the Brink: Myth of German Anti-Americanism, #37, 1982 April.
Box 44
Lichter, S. Robert and Rothman, Stanley: Media Elite and American Values, #38, 1982 April.
Box 44
Kissinger, Henry: Nuclear Weapons and the Peace Movement, #40, 1982 December.
Box 44
Vermatt, J.A. Emerson: Moscow and the European Peace Movement, #44, 1983 April.
Box 44
Kirkpatrick, Jeanne: Global Paternalism, #47, 1983 August.
Box 44
Hart, Henry O.: If East Europeans Could Vote: A Survey, #53, 1984 April.
Box 44
Neuhaus, Richard John: What the Fundamentalists Want, #61, 1985 October.
Box 44
1964 Spring, Summer.
Box 45-51
1964-1965 Autumn/Winter.
Box 45-51
1965 Summer, August.
Box 45-51
1966 January, April, August, November.
Box 45-51
1967 April, July, November.
Box 45-51
1968 February, August.
Box 45-51
1969 Winter, Summer.
Box 45-51
1970 Winter, Summer.
Box 45-51
1940 February, May. June, July, August, October, November, December.
Box 45-51
Scope and Contents

December issue (Trotsky's Death-October).

1941: January, February, August, November, December.
Box 45-51
1942: January-December.
Box 45-51
1943:January-December .
Box 45-51
Scope and Contents

Except October.

1945: January-December.
Box 45-51
1947: January-December.
Box 45-51
1948: January-December.
Box 45-51
Scope and Contents

Missing October and November.

Walters, Alan A.: The Politicization of Economic Decisions, Reprint Paper 1, 1976 April.
Box 52-54
Meltzer, Allan H.: Why Government Grows, Original Paper 4, 1976 August.
Box 52-54
Hoag, Malcolm W.: United States Foreign Policy: Why not Project Interdependence by Design? Reprint Paper 2, 1976 October.
Box 52-54
Friedman, Milton: Adam Smith's Relevance for 1976, Original Paper 5, 1976 December.
Box 52-54
Allen, Francis A.:The Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with Legal Education, Reprint Paper 3, 1977 January.
Box 52-54
Kristol, Irving and Bauer, Peter T.: Two Essays on Income Distribution and the Open Society, Reprint Paper 4, 1977 January.
Box 52-54
Logue, Dennis E. and Sweeney, Richard James: Economics and the Law of the Sea Negotiations, Original Paper 6, 1977 March.
Box 52-54
Aranson, Peter H.: The Multiple Tax on Corporate Income, Original Paper 7, 1977 April.
Box 52-54
Allewelt, Jr., William F.: Bureaucratic Intervention, Economic Efficiency, and the Free Society: An Episode , Reprint Paper 5, 1977 May.
Box 52-54
Jensen, Michael C. and Meckling, William H.: Can the Corporation Survive?, Reprint Paper 6, 1977 July.
Box 52-54
Mead, Walter J.: An Economic Appraisal of President Carter's Energy Program, Reprint Paper 7, 1977 September.
Box 52-54
Baird, Charles W.: Advertising by Professionals, Original Paper 8 , 1977 October.
Box 52-54
Schmidt, Wilson E.: The Night We Floated, Original Paper 9, 1977 October.
Box 52-54
Demsetz, Harold: The Trust Behind Antitrust, Original Paper 10, 1978 March.
Box 52-54
La Force, J. Clayburn: The Energy Crisis: The Moral Equivalent of Bamboozle, Original Paper 11, 1978 April.
Box 52-54
Mitchell, William C.: The Anatomy of Public Failure: A Public Choice Perspective, Original Paper 13, 1978 June.
Box 52-54
Gerhard, Anders, Gramm, W. Philip and Maurice, S. Charles: Does Resource Conservation Pay?, Original Paper 14, 1978 July.
Box 52-54
Baird, Charles A.: Unionism and the Public Sector, Original Paper 15, 1978 August.
Box 52-54
Sowell, Lino A.: The Supreme Court's Busing Decisions: A Study of Government by the Judiciary, Original Paper 16, 1978 September.
Box 52-54
McKenzie, Richard B.: Caution: Consumer Protection May Be Hazardous to Your Health, Original Paper 18, 1978 December.
Box 52-54
Sheridan, John H.: Pangratzio Clears the Air, Reprint Paper 9, 1979 January.
Box 52-54
Eckert, Ross D.: California Transportation Planning: Examining the Entrails, Original Paper 19, 1979 February.
Box 52-54
Demsetz, Harold: Social Responsibility in the Enterprise Economy, Reprint Paper 10, 1979 April.
Box 52-54
Bennett, James T. and Johnson, Manuel H.: Demographic Trends in Higher Education: Collective Bargaining and Forced Unionism?, Original Paper 20, 1979 May.
Box 52-54
Estes, Elliott M.: A Strategy for Alternative Fuels, Reprint Paper 11, 1979 June.
Box 52-54
Siegel, Barry N.:Thoughts on the Tax Revolt, Original Paper 21, 1979 June.
Box 52-54
McCulloch, Rachel: Economic and Political Issues in the New International Economic Order, Original Paper 22, 1979 July.
Box 52-54
Williams, Stephen F.: Pollution Control: Taxes Versus Regulation, Original Paper 23, 199 August.
Box 52-54
Beckmann, Petr: Access to Energy: A Selection of Brief Essays, Reprint Paper 12, 1979 September.
Box 52-54
Beckmann, Petr: Access to Energy: A Selection of Brief Essays, Reprint Paper 12, 1979 September.
Box 52-54
Ash, Roy L.: The Political World, Government Regulation, and Spending, Original Paper 24, 1979 October.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Radio Essays, Original Paper 25, 1980 January.
Box 52-54
Stelzer, Irwin M.: Energy Policy: Capitalism Anyone, Original Paper 26, 1980 February.
Box 52-54
Hessen, Robert: Corporate Legitimacy and Social Responsibility, Reprint Paper 13, 1980 March.
Box 52-54
Hazlett, Thomas W.: The California Coastal Commission and the Economics of Environmentalism, Original Paper 27, 1980 May.
Box 52-54
Cobb, Joe: The Gasoline Rationing Myth, Reprint Paper 14, 1980 June.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Radio Essays, Original Paper 28, 1980 July.
Box 52-54
Wriston, Walter B.: Risk and Other Four-Letter Words, Reprint Paper 15, 1980 August.
Box 52-54
Bethell, Tom: Treating Poverty: Wherein the Cure Gives Rise to the Disease, Reprint Paper 16, 1980 October.
Box 52-54
Klein, Lawrence R., Jordan, Jerry L., Johannes James M., Rasche, Robert H. and Wolman, William: Controlling Money: A Discussion, Original Paper 29, 1980 November.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Broadcast Essays, Original Paper 30, 1981 January.
Box 52-54
Brinegar, Claude S.: America's Energy Policy in the 1980s: A Semi-Optimistic View, Original Paper 31, 1981 February.
Box 52-54
Hammond, J. Daniel: Credit Controls and Inflation, Original Paper 32, 1981 June.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Broadcast Essays II, Original Paper 33, 1981 July.
Box 52-54
Berwick, Keith, Allen, William R., Scalapino, Robert A. and Kerby, Phil: The Lessons of History: Three Discussions, Original Paper 34, 1981 October.
Box 52-54
McKenzie, Richard B.: The Right to Close Down: The Political Battle Shifts to the States, Original Paper 35, 1982 January.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Broadcast Essays III, Original Paper 36, 1982 January.
Box 52-54
Lee, Dwight R.: The Political Economy of Social Conflict, or Malice in Plunderland, Original Paper 36 [37], 1982 February.
Box 52-54
Meyer, Stephen A. and Rossana, Robert J.: Did the Tax Cut Really Cut Taxes? Reprint Paper 17, 1982 June.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Broadcast Essays IV, Original Paper 38, 1982 July.
Box 52-54
Lee, Dwight R.: Environmental Versus Political Pollution, Original Paper 39, 1982 September.
Box 52-54
Roberts, Jr., Edwin A.: Reminiscences and Ruminations of an Infantryman in the Conservative Army, Original Paper 40, 1982 December.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Radio Essays V, Original Paper 41, 1983 January.
Box 52-54
Siegan, Bernard H.: The Rise and Fall of Economic Due Process-When the Supreme Court Championed and then Curtailed Economic Freedom, Original Paper 42, 1983 February.
Box 52-54
Luttrell, Clifton B.: Down on the Farm with Uncle Sam, Original Paper 43, 1983 June.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Radio Essays VI, Original Paper 41, 1983 July.
Box 52-54
Lee, Dwight R.: Inflation and Unemployment: The Case for Limiting Political Discretion, Original Paper 45, 1983 September.
Box 52-54
Campbell, Colin D.: Social Security's Financial Crises, Original Paper 46, 1983 October.
Box 52-54
Meckling, William H. and Jensen, Michael C.: Reflections on the Corporation as a Social Invention, Reprint Paper 18, 1983 November.
Box 52-54
Allen, William R.: Midnight Economist: Radio Essays VII, Original Paper 47, January 1984, 1984 January.
Box 52-54
Jensen, Michael: Corporate Control: Folklore vs. Science, Reprint Paper 19, 1984 June.
Box 52-54
1950 January.
Box 55-57
1951 February, March, August, September, October, November also: June-December, January.
Box 55-57
1952 January, March .
Box 55-57
Scope and Contents

Also January-December.

1953 January-July.
Box 55-57
1954 January-December.
Box 55-57
Scope and Contents

Also an April supplement.

1955 January-December.
Box 55-57
1956 January-December.
Box 55-57
1957 January-August.
Box 55-57
1959 February, April, June, July, August.
Box 55-57
1963 August-December.
Box 55-57
1964 January-December.
Box 55-57
1965 January, May-September.
Box 55-57
1966 January-December .
Box 55-57
Scope and Contents

Missing May.

1967 January and February.
Box 55-57
1972 May.
Box 55-57
Supplements, 1954 March, May, June.
Box 55-57
Vol. III, 1902-1903.
Box 58-65
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1903 July.
Box 58-65
1904 June.
Box 58-65
1905 July.
Box 58-65
1906 June.
Box 58-65
1906 July-1907 June.
Box 58-65
1907 July-1908 June.
Box 58-65
1908 July-1909 June.
Box 58-65
1917 November-December.
Box 58-65
1961 Winter.
Box 109
1887 April 30, May 14, May 21, June 25.
Box 66-67
5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/1, 6/3, 6/17, 6/24, 1905 May 6, 13, 20, 27, June 1, 3, 17, 24.
Box 66-67
1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/10, 2/17, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, 1906 January 6,13,20,27, February 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
Box 66-67
1947 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

All bound.

1948.
Box 66-67
1949 July-December.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1950 January-December.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1951.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1952.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1953.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1954.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1955.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1956 January; March-December.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1957 January-November.
Box 66-67
Scope and Contents

Bound.

1958 January-December.
Box 66-67
1959 January-September.
Box 66-67
Now called Mainstream, 1959 October-December.
Box 66-67
1960 January-December.
Box 66-67
1961 January-April; June-September; November-December.
Box 66-67
1962 January-December.
Box 66-67
1963 January-August.
Box 66-67
1937 April/June.
Box 109
#82: The CMEA 5-Year Plans (1981-1985) In a New Perspective.
Box 89-91
#84: The Soviet Economy After Brezhnev.
Box 89-91
#86: Economies of Eastern Europe and their Foreign Economic Relations.
Box 89-91
#87: The Soviet Economy: A New Course?.
Box 89-91
#88: The Economies of Eastern Europe Under Gorbachev's Influence.
Box 89-91
#89: Soviet Economic Reforms: Implementation Underway.
Box 89-91
#90: The Central and East European Economies in the 1990s: Prospects and Constraints.
Box 89-91
#91: The Soviet Economy Under Gorbachev.
Box 89-91
#92: External Economic Relations of the Central and East European Countries.
Box 89-91
#93: Economic Development in Cooperation Partner Countries from a Sectoral Perspective.
Box 89-91
#94: Privatization in NACC Countries.
Box 89-91
#95: Status of Economic Reforms in Cooperation Partner Countries in mid-1990s: Opportunities, Constraints, Security Implications.
Box 89-91
#96: Status of Economic Reforms in Cooperation Partner Countries in mid-1990s: The Social and Human Dimension.
Box 89-91
#97: Economic Developments and Reforms in Cooperation Partner Countries: External Economic Relations with Particular Focus on Regional Cooperation.
Box 89-91
1950 May-June.
Box 92
1951 May-June, circa 1952.
Box 92
1955-1956 Winter.
Box 92
1956 Spring, Summer, Fall.
Box 92
1957 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.
Box 92
1958 Winter, Spring, Summer.
Box 92
1952 January, May, August.
Box 93-94
1953 June-December.
Box 93-94
1954 January, March, June, October.
Box 93-94
1955 January, July, August, September, October, November, December.
Box 93-94
1956 January-November.
Box 93-94
1931 April.
Box 109
Volume II, 1940.
Box 95-102
Volume I and volume III, 1941 April.
Box 95-102
1942.
Box 95-102
1943.
Box 95-102
1944.
Box 95-102
Volume VIII, 1946.
Box 95-102
1948.
Box 95-102
1936 September, October.
Box 103
1937 January, April, May.
Box 103
1937 July, October.
Box 103
1984 Fall, Winter.
Box 104-105
1985 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.
Box 104-105
1986 Winter,Spring, Summer, Fall.
Box 104-105
1987 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
Box 104-105
1988 Summer, Fall, Winter.
Box 104-105
1989 Spring.
Box 104-105
1990 Winter.
Box 104-105
1991 Summer.
Box 104-105
1993 Winter.
Box 104-105
1994 Spring, Summer.
Box 104-105
#9, 1966 December.
Box 106-108
#32, 1968 November.
Box 106-108
#38, #39, 1969 May, June.
Box 106-108
#48, #57, 1970 March, December.
Box 106-108
#58, #59, #60, #61, #62, #63, #64, 1971 January, March, April, May, July, July, October.
Box 106-108
#67, #68, #69, November, December.
Box 106-108
#70, #71, #72, #73, #74/#75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #80; Other issues some with different content, 1972 January, February, March, April, May-June, July, September, October, November.
Box 106-108
#9, 1968.
Box 106-108
#12, 1969 May-June.
Box 106-108
#17, #19-20, tribute to Che, 1970 March-April, July-October.
Box 106-108
#21-22, #23, #24, #25, #26, 1970 November-1971 February; 1971 March-April, May-June, July-August, September-October.
Box 106-108
#29-30, 1972 March-June.
Box 106-108

1969 Fall.
Box 110
1970 Fall.
Box 110
1971 January, March, April, Summer, Fall, December.
Box 110
1972 February, March, May, June, July, September, October.
Box 110
Scope and Contents

Includes 1 undated special issue.

1973 January, April, May, June, July, September, October.
Box 110
Scope and Contents

Includes 1 undated special issue.

1974 February, April, May, July.
Box 110
1975 April, May, June, September, October.
Box 110
Scope and Contents

Includes 2 undated special issues.

1976 January, February, March, May, June, August, November.
Box 110
Scope and Contents

Includes 2 undated special issues.

1977 April, May, July, October.
Box 110
Scope and Contents

Includes 3 undated special issues.

1978 February.
Box 110
1976 January-December.
Box 111-112
Scope and Contents

Missing March.

1977 January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.
Box 111-112
1978 January-December.
Box 111-112
1979 February, March, April, June, July, August, October, December.
Box 111-112
1980 January-December.
Box 111-112
1981 January-November/December.
Box 111-112
1982 January-December.
Box 111-112
1983 January/February-December.
Box 111-112
1984 January, February.
Box 111-112
1984 December; 1985 January, February, March, April/May, June/July, August/September, October, November, December.
Box 111-112
1986: January, February/March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
Box 111-112
1987 January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
Box 111-112
1991 March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
Box 111-112
1992 January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August.
Box 111-112
1978 April, May, June, August, September, October, December.
Box 113
1979 January, March, May, July, August, October, December.
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1980 February, March, May, July, October, December.
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1981 February, April, June, August, November.
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1982 January.
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Special issue: America at the Crossroads no. 68.
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Special issue: Whites: Let's Unite.
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1979 May, October, November, December.
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1980 January/February, March, April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
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1981 February/March, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
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1982 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
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1983 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
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1984 March/April.
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1985 July/August, September/October.
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1986 September/October, November/December.
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1987 January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August.
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1970 November-December.
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1974 June.
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1978 November, December.
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1979 January-December.
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1980 January-December.
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1981 January-December.
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1982 January-December.
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1983 January, April, May, June, July, August, September, October.
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1984 January, February, June, August.
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Supplement: Secret Kosher Tax Boosts Food Prices .
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Numbered issues: 300-327 (missing 305), 330-335, 341.

Numbered issues: 328-335, 341, 345-360.
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Supplement: Social Justice dealing with Father Coughlin.
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1967 September 1.
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1969 August/September, November/December.
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1970 January/February, March/April.
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1971 January/February, March/April, May, June, July, August, October/November, December.
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1972 January-June.
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1974 April-December.
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1975 January-December.
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1976 January, August/October.
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1977 January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
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1978 January-June, July/August, September/October, November/December.
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1979 January/February, March, April, May/June, July/August, November/December.
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1980 November/December.
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1981 January/February.
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1972-1973.
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Numbered issues: 100-106 (all have 2 copies), 107-109 (from 1981-1984?) parts of issues: 1972: August, September, October, July; 1973: January and February numbered issues: 100-106 (all have 2 copies), 107-109 (from 1981-1984?); parts of issues: 1972: August, September, October, July; 1973: January and February.

Toward Unity Against World Imperialism, 1969.
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Toward a Peace Ticket in 1968, 1967.
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End the Cold War!, 1962.
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Our Sights to the Future (JEHLOC), 1960.
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For a Meaningful Alternative, 1967.
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Your Stake in the 1960 Elections (JEHLOC), 1960.
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Peace Can be Won!, 1951.
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The Fight Against the Nixon-Agnew Road to Disaster (JEHLOC), 1970.
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The Only Choice: Peaceful Coexistence (JEHLOC), 1963.
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The Summit Failure: How Peace Can be Won, 1960.
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Negro Freedom is in the Interest of Every American, 1964.
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The U.S. in Today's World, 1961.
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Which Way USA 1964? The Communist View, 1964.
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Labor Key Force, 1966.
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The Working-Class Approach to Women's Liberation, 1970.
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How to Stop the Monopolies, 1979.
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The Working-Class Answer to the Deepening Crisis, 1979.
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Communism and Mankind's Bright Horizon (JEHLOC), 1965.
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Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads, 1968.
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Imperialist Rivalries and the World Struggle for Peace, 1968.
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Erosion of US Capitalism in the '70s.
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For a Radical Change: the Communist View (JEHLOC), 1966.
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Path to Revolution: the Communist Program (JEHLOC), 1968.
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Solutions, 1980.
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The Summit Failure: How Peace Can Be Won, 1960.
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The United States in Today's World: What the Communists Stand For (JEHLOC), 1961.
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Let the People Know, 1947.
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I Challenge the Un-Americans, 1947.
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Dennis, Eugene and Gates, John: What America Needs: A Communist View, 1956.
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The Case for the Communist Party, 1949.
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Scope and Contents

Introduction by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.

What America Faces: the new war danger and the struggle for peace, democracy, and economic security, 1946.
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Eugene Dennis Indicts the Wall Street Conspirators, 1948.
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The Communists Take a New Look, 1956.
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Is Communism Un-American? 9 Questions about the Communist Party Answered, 1947.
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21 Questions about War and Peace, 1950.
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Dangerous Thoughts: the case of the indicted twelve, 1948.
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Peace or War: the people against the warmakers, 1946.
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In Defense of Your Freedom: summation in the trial of the 11 Communist Leaders, 1949.
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America at the Crossroads: Postwar Problems and Communist Policy, 1945.
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With John Gates.

Language and War (JEHLOC), 1950.
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The Communists in the People's Front (JEHLOC), 1937.
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Zionism, 1936.
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The Results of the Elections and the People's Front, 1936.
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Report to the 8th Convention Communist Parties, 1934.
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The Meaning of the Palestine Partition, 1937.
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The Meaning of Social Fascism, 1933.
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Modern Resurrections and Miracles (JEHLOC), 1950.
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Coming Economic Crisis in America (JEHLOC), 1949.
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4 Letters Concerning the Peaceful Co-Existence of Capitalism and Socialism (JEHLOC), 1952.
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In Defense of Communism, 1949.
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A Postscript to the Discussion of Peaceful Co-Existence (JEHLOC), 1952.
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The Decline of the Left Wing of American Labor, 1948.
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Chinese Lessons for American Marxists (JEHLOC), 1949.
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Keynes, Foster and Marx: part II, Progress and Socialism (JEHLOC), 1950.
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The Miracle of Nov. 2nd (JEHLOC), 1948.
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Who are the Americans?, 1936.
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The Communist Party of the U.S.A., 1943.
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World Communism and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1948.
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Talks to America, 1937.
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The Road to Victory, 1941.
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The Most Peculiar Election, 1940.
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Policy For Victory, 1943.
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Unity for Peace and Democracy, 1939.
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The People's Road to Peace, 1940.
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Economics of Communism, 1939.
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Build the United People's Front, 1936.
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The Democratic Front (JEHLOC), 1938.
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Thompson, Robert: The Path of a Renegade: why E.B. was expelled from C.P., 1946.
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Earl Browder on the Soviet Union (JEHLOC), 1942.
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The Meaning of Macarthur: Letters to a Friend by E.B, 1951.
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Traitors in American History: Lessons of the Moscow Trials, 1938.
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Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley: The Man From Kansas: Earl Browder, 1941.
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Democracy or Fascism: E.B.'s Report to the 9th Convention of the C.P., 1936 June 24.
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The Path of Browder and Foster, 1941 March.
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Theory as a Guide to Action, 1939 January.
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New Steps in the United Front (JEHLOC), 1935 November.
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Report to the 10th National Convention of the C.P. of USA on Behalf of the Cental Comm. (JEHLOC), 1938 May 28.
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How Do We Raise the Question of a Labour Party?, 1935 February.
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Scope and Contents

With Jack Stachel.

Communism and Culture, 1941 August.
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The Road Ahead to Victory and Lasting Peace, 1944 June.
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The Communist Position in 1936 (JEHLOC), 1936 March 5.
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Scope and Contents

Speech broadcast.

Teheran and America: Perspectives and Tasks, 1944 January.
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George Dimitroff.
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Scope and Contents

Foreword by E.Browder. Bulgarian labor leader and Communist put on trial by Nazis for burning Reichstag building in Berlin

The 1940 Elections: How the People Can Win (JEHLOC), 1939 May.
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E.B. Says (JEHLOC), 1941 May.
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Scope and Contents

Selections on various topics compiled from his writings.

The People Against the War Makers.
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America's Decisive Battle (JEHLOC), 1945 March.
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Internationalism/Results of the 1940 Election (JEHLOC), 1940 November.
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The Meaning of Elections (JEHLOC), 1944 December.
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A Talk About the Communist Party, 1943 December.
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Socialism, War, and America, 1939 November.
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The Communist Party of the USA: its history, role, and organization, 1941 May.
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Religion and Communism , 1935 June and 1939 March.
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Why America is Interested in the Chinese Communists, 1945 April.
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Stop the War, 1939 November.
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Production for Victory, 1942 December.
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Moscow, Cairo, and Teheran, 1944 January.
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Lincoln and the Communists, 1936 February.
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Next Steps to Win the War in Spain, 1938 January.
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Scope and Contents

With Bill Lawrence.

Social and National Security, 1938 December.
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E.B. Takes His Case to the People, 1940 January.
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Concerted Action or Isolation: Which is the Road to Peace, 1938.
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Whose War is It?, 1939 September 29.
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Scope and Contents

Speech by E.B. at Town Hall, Philadelphia.

Gates, John: On Guard: Against Browderism, Titoism, Trotskyism, 1951 May.
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The Jewish People and the War, 1940 May.
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Study Guide and Outline for the People's Front.
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Socialism in America, 1960.
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America Speaks for E.B. (JEHLOC), 1941 November.
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Scope and Contents

Citizens' committee to free E.B.

Acceptance Speeches, 1928.
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Beware of the War Danger!, 1948.
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The Speedy Victory: the Second Front Now!, 1943.
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Quarantine the War Mongers, 1946.
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Scope and Contents

Hearst Collection.

Reaction Beats its War Drums , 1946.
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Scope and Contents

Hearst Collection.

Crime of El. Fanguito, 1948.
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Danger Signals for Organized Labor, 1953.
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Culture and the Crisis, 1932.
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The Rankin Witch Hunt, 1945.
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The Coal Miners: their problems in war and peace, 1945.
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Our Country Needs a Strong Communist Party (JEHLOC), 1946.
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The Present Situation and the Next Tasks (JEHLOC), 1945.
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Questions and Answers on the Piatakov-Radek Trial, 1937.
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Capitalism, Socialism and the War, 1940.
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The Menace of a New World War, 1946.
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Your Questions Answered, 1939.
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A Manual of Industrial Unionism, 1937.
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The US and the Soviet Union, 1940.
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The Fight Against Hitlerism, 1941.
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What Means a Strike Steel, 1937.
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Labor and the Marshall Plan, 1948.
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Defeat the Anti-Labor Smith Bill, 1952.
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Organizing Methods in the Steel Industry, 1936.
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Organized Labor and the Fascist Danger, 1947.
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Industrial Unionism, 1936.
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The Railroad Workers and the War, 1941.
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Problems of Organized Labor Today, 1946.
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The Soviet Union: Friend and Ally of the American People, 1941.
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23 Questions About the Communist Party, 1948.
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Fight Against Hunger, 1930.
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Roosevelt Heads for the War, 1940.
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Halt the Railroad Wage Cut, 1938.
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World Capitalism and World Socialism, 1941.
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The People and the Congress, 1943.
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Defend America by Smashing Hitlerism (JEHLOC), 1941.
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The Menace of American Imperialism (JEHLOC), 1945.
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The Crisis in the Socialist Party, 1936.
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In Defense of the Communist Party and the Indicted Leaders, 1949.
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Soviet Democracy & the War, 1943.
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Fight Against Hitlerism, 1941.
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Scope and Contents

With Robert Minor.

The USA and the USSR: War Allies and Friends, 1942.
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North, Joseph: William Z. Foster: An Appreciation (JEHLOC).
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Organized Labour Faces the New World, 1945.
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Smash Hitler's Spring Offensive Now! (JEHLOC), 1942.
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The Revolutionary Crisis of 1918-1921 in Germany, England, Italy and France, 1921.
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Party Building and Political Leadership.
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Scope and Contents

With Alex Bittelman, James Ford, Charles Krumbeir.

Railroad Workers Forward, 1937.
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Unionizing Steel, 1936.
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The Trade Unions and the War, 1942.
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The Steel Workers and the Fight for Labor's Rights, 1952.
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Danger Ahead for Organized Labor, 1948.
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Little Red Library #1: "Trade Unions in America".
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Labor and the War, 1942.
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Browder, Earl and Stachel, Jack: How do We Raise the Question of a Labour Party, 1935.
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A Manual of Industrial Unionism: Organizational Structures and Policies, 1937.
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Communism vs. Fascism, 1941.
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Scope and Contents

A reply to those who lump together the social systems of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany.

The Soviet Trade Unions and Allied Labour Unity, 1943.
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What's What About the War, Questions and Answers, 1940.
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Halt the Railroad Wage Cut, 1938.
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The War Crisis: Questions and Answers, 1940.
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The Strike Situation and Organized Labor's Wage and Job Strategy, 1945.
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Socialism: the Road to Peace, Prosperity, and Freedom, 1941.
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The Meaning of the 9-Party Communist Conference (JEHLOC), 1947.
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Little Brothers of the Big Labour Fakers .
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Scope and Contents

Report of a speech against the conference for progressive labor action, made in New Star Casino, NY City, May 10, 1931.

Wrecking the Labour Banks, 1927.
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Historical Advance of World Socialism, 1960.
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Petersen, Arnold: Daniel DeLeon: Internationalist, 1944.
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Capitalism Means War, 1941.
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The Ballot and the Class Struggle, 1909.
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Scope and Contents

Women's suffrage.

Socialist Landmarks: a Program for Working Class Emancipation, 1952.
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Petersen, Arnold: DeLeonist Milestones, 1952.
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Petersen, Arnold: Daniel DeLeon: Disciplinarian, 1943.
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Abolition of Poverty, 1912.
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Socialist vs Capitalist Economics, 1963.
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Scope and Contents

Marx on Mallock.

"Socialism vs "Individualism": Debate DeLeon vs Carmody, 1912.
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Daniel DeLeon: the Man and His Work, 1919.
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Industrial Unionism: Selected Editorials, 1920.
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Reform or Revolution, 1933.
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Petersen, Arnold: Daniel DeLeon: Social Scientist, 1945.
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Raisky, L.G.: The Struggle Against Opportunism-an appraisal of Daniel DeLeon, 1932.
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Petersen, Arnold: DeLeon: the Uncompromising, 1939.
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Socialist Reconstruction of Society, 1930.
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Scope and Contents

Address given in 1905.

Socialism vs Anarchism, 1901.
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Evolution of a Liberal: From Reform to Reaction, 1926.
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As to Politics, 1907.
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What Means this Strike , 1935.
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Scope and Contents

Address given 1898.

Two Pages from Roman History , 1903.
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Capitalism vs Socialism, 1915, 1969.
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A Socialist in Congress: His Conduct and Responsibilities, 1912.
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The Vatican in Politics. Ultramontanism: the Roman Catholic Political Machine in Action, 1928.
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Americanism, early 1900s.
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O. Piatnitsky: The Bolshevization of the Communist Parties, late 1930s.
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Guide to the XII Plenum (JEHLOC).
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Scope and Contents

Handbook for Propagandists.

O. Kuusinen: Prepare for Power.
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15 Years of Communist International, 1934.
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The War in the Far East and the Tasks of the Communists in the Struggle Against Imperialist War and Military Intervention: Report of Comrade Okano.
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Program of the Communist International, 1929.
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The Struggle Against Imperialist War and the Tasks of the Communists, 1928.
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13th Plenum: Theses and Decisions, Draft Resolutions, 1934.
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D.Z. Manuilsky: 13th Plenum: Revolutionary Crisis, Fascism and War, 1934.
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O. Piatnitsky: 13th Plenum: The Communist Parties in the Fight for the Masses , 1934.
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Dimitroff: Working Unity-Bulwark Against Fascism, 1935.
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D.Z. Manuilsky: The USSR and the World Proletariat, 1932.
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O. Piatnitsky: The 21 Conditions of Admission Into the Communist International, 1934.
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Dimitroff: The United Front Against Fascism and War , 1935.
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Theses and Revolutions adopted at the 3rd World Congress, 1921.
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Main Political Resolution adopted by the 16th Nat'l Convention of the CPUSA, 1957.
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Gus Hall: Path to Revolution: the Communist Program, 1968.
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Andrew Stevens: New Opportunities in the Fight for Peace & Democracy, 1953.
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Draft: Main Political Resolution-an assessment and a projection, 1969 January.
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C.A. Hathaway and Sam Don: Why a Workers' Daily Press?, late 1910s-early 1920s.
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How to Become a Better Communist: Tasks and responsibilites of seamen's branch members (JEHLOC).
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Herbert Aptheker: Communism: menace or promise? The speech they banned, 1963.
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George Morris: The Red Baiting Racket and How it Works, 1947.
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Workers Party of America: Program and Constitution, 1921 December 24-26.
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Imperialism, Superprofits, and the Bribery of the U.S. "Anti Revisionist Communist Movement", 1979.
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Bay Area Communist Union: Marxism-Leninism Mao Tse-Tung Thought/Resolutions of our 4th General Meeting, 1977 July.
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Naft, Stephen: 100 Questions to the Communists, 1939.
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Hudson, Roy: Who are the Reds, 1937.
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Documents from the Founding Congress of the Communist Party (Marxist-Leninst), 1977.
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Wolfe, Bertram: The Trotsky Opposition: its significance for American Workers, 1928.
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Philadelphia Workers Organizing Committee: Trade Union Question: A Communist Approach to Stategy, Tactics, and Program, 1977.
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Primer of the Sino-Soviet Conflict: Dictionary of Dissensions in the Communist Camp, 1963.
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New Programme and New Constitution of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, 1981.
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Bittelman, Alex: The Communist Party in Action (JEHLOC), 1932.
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The Party Organization.
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Scope and Contents

Introduction by Jay Lovestone.

Casey, James: Crisis in the Communist Party.
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Bittelman, Alex: Milestones in the History of the Communist Party, 1937.
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A Handbook for Club Officers (in outline form), 1946 June 10.
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Toward Revolutionary Mass Work, 1932.
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Where Do We Go From Here "Americus" (JEHLOC), 1948 November 6.
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Who Ruptured Our Duck? What's the Deal for Veterans?.
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Manual for Community Club Leaders, 1944.
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Johnson, Tom: The Reds in Dixie, 1935.
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America's First Red Mayor in Action, 1933.
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Minor, Robert: Invitation to Join the Communist Party, 1943.
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Communists and National Unity, 1944.
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The American Legion and the Communists Discuss Democracy, 1938.
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Bittelman, Alex: The C.P. in Action, 1937.
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Bittelman, Alex: Problems of Party Building, 1937.
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Goldway, David: CPA=Communist Political Association (JEHLOC).
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New Programme of the CPUSA--People vs Corporate Power, 1982.
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Browder, Earl; Dennis, Eugene; Hudson Roy: Shall the C.P. Change Its Name, 1944.
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Winston, Henry: Build the C.P.: party of the working class, 1969.
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Minor, Robert: The Heritage of the Communist Political Association, 1944.
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Stages in the History of the C.P.-a political review, 1943.
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Lightfoot, Claude: Challenge of the '56 Elections, 1956.
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Communist Election Program Against: hunger, wage cuts, speed-up & war, 1931.
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The Way Out: a Program for American Labor, 1934.
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Parker, Alex: Organizing the Party for Victory Over Reaction, 1953.
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Resolutions of the 10th Convention of the CPUSA, 1938.
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Why Every Worker Should Join the Communist Party, early 1900s-1920s.
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Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley: Meet the Communists, 1946.
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Complete Text of the Declaration of 12 Communists and Workers Parties, 1957.
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The Constitution and By-Laws of the CPUSA, 1938.
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Constitution of the CPUSA, 1948, 1957.
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Bittelman, Alex: 15 Years of the Communist Party (JEHLOC), 1934.
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War and the 4th International, 1934.
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Workers Party of America: The 4th National Convention , 1925.
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Jenks, M.: The Communist Nucleus--what it is, how it works (JEHLOC).
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Olgin, M.J.: Why Communism? Plain Talks on Vital Problems, 1935.
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Constitution of the CPUSA (JEHLOC), circa 1940.
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The Philosophy of Communism, 1963.
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Soviet Leaders Speak for Communism and Peace, 1952.
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Gannett, Betty: The Communist Program and the Fight for Jobs, Peace, Equal Rights, Democracy, 1954.
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What You Should Know About the Communists (JEHLOC), 1947.
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Gannett, Betty: The Communist Party and You, 1946.
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Pettis, Perry: The Communist Party: vanguard fighter for peace, democracy, security, socialism, 1953.
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Romor, I.: 10 Years of the Communist International, 1929.
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Ming, Wang: The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonial Countries, 1935.
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Pieck, W.: Freedom, Peace and Bread , 1935.
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The People's Front in France, 1935.
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Program of the Communist International , 1936.
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Capitalist Stabilization has Ended, 1932.
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Ercoli, M.: The Fight for Peace (JEHLOC), 1935.
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Manuisky, D.Z.: The Work of the 7th Congress (JEHLOC), 1936.
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On the Road to Bolshevization, 1929.
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C.P. 20th National Congress: Resolutions and Proceedings (JEHLOC).
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Resolutions: 7th Congress of the Communist Int'l , 1935.
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Scope and Contents

Includes closing speech of G. Dimitroff.

XI Plenum of the Executive Committee of the Communist Int'l.
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The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonies, 1928.
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Small S.: Civil Liberties in the USA: short history of the origin and defense of the Bill of Rights., 1930s or 1940s.
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Nemo: From the First World War to the Second, 1934.
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Mani, Charles: Stalin's Thought Illuminates Problems of Negro Freedom Struggle, 1953.
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Mahan, Lawrence: Who are the Foreign Agents, 1948.
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Rochester, Anna: Farmers and the War, 1943.
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Dimitroff, Gerogi: To Defend Assasins is to help Fascism, 1937.
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Lang, P.: Trotskyism and Fascism, 1937.
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Bittelman, Alex: How to Win Social Justice: Can Loughlin and Lemke Do It?, 1936.
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Molotov, V.M.: Soviet Foreign Policy: Meaning of the War in Finland, 1940.
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Litvinoff, M.M.: The USSR and the League of Nations, 1934.
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Dunne, Wm. F.: The Supreme Court's Challenge to Labour, 1935.
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Kun, Bela: The Most Burning Question: Unity of Action, 1934.
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Bittelman, Alex and Jerome, V.J.: Leninism: the only Marxism today-a discussion of the characteristics of declining capitalism, 1934.
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Dimitroff, Georgi: The Guarantee of Victory, 1938.
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Dimitroff Accuses, 1933 December 12.
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Scope and Contents

Speech of Dimitroff in Supreme Court Session, Leipzig.

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley: Debs, Haywood, Ruthenberg, 1939.
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How to Organize Mass Meetings , 1939.
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Scope and Contents

Organizational-Educational Commission, National Committee of the CPUSA.

Hall, Rob Fowler: This 4th of July 1776-1939, 1939.
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Max, Alan: What Do You Read, 1941.
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Dennis, Eugene: Memo: Open Letter to All Members of the C.P. (JEHLOC).
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Yarolslavsky, E.: The Meaning of the Soviet Trials , 1938.
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Scope and Contents

Introduction by William Foster.

Bardi, Gino: Are We Aryans?, 1939.
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Darcy, Sam: An Eye-Witness at the Wreckers Trial, 1937.
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Gerhart Eisler: My Side of the Story , 1947.
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Scope and Contents

Statement newspapers refused to print.

Winston, Henry: New Colonialism U.S. Style, 1965.
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Hirsch, Carl: Public Enemies in Public Office, 1951.
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Minor, Robert: The Year of the Great Decision 1942, 1942.
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Elizabeth Gurley Flynn Speaks to the Court , 1952.
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Mandel vs McCarthy: Senate hearing, 1953.
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Lawson, Elizabeth: The Reign of Witches, 1952.
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Logan, Mark and Douglas, Sam: The Anatomy of McCarthyism, 1953.
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Garlin, Sender: Red Tape and Barbed Wire, 1952.
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Wilson, Walter: The Militia: Friend or Foe of Liberty, 1935.
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Don't Look the Other Way! The McCaran Law is Aimed at You, Too!.
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"A Fateful Moment in Our History:" Dissenting Opinion of Hugo Black in McCarran Act.
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Trumbo, Dalton: The Devil in the Book, 1956.
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Flynn, Helen Gurley: Communists and the People , 1953.
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Ben Davis on the McCarran Act at the Harvard Law Forum.
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Green, Abner: The Walter McCarran Law: Police State Terror Against Foreign Born Americans, 1953.
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Mandel, William: Man Bites Dog , 1952.
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Scope and Contents

Report of an unusual hearing before the McCarran committee.

Howard, Milton: McCarthyism & the Big Lie, 1953.
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Gerson, Simon: Either the Constitution or the Mundt Bill: America can't have both, 1950.
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Trumbo, Dalton: The Time of the Toad.
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America's Thought Police , 1947.
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Scope and Contents

Record of the Un-American Activities Committee.

Kahn, Albert (edited by): McCarthy on Trial, 1954.
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Pettis Perry Speaks to the Court, 1952.
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Abt, John: The People vs McCarthyism: Case Against the McCarran Act, 1953.
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I Do Not Think the Court's Action Can Be Justified .
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Scope and Contents

Dissenting opinion of Earl Warren on McCarran Act.

Hey, Brother--there's a law against you! .
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Scope and Contents

An analysis of the Mundt-Nixon bill.