The first edition of Felix Morrow’s 1938 book. Pioneer Publishers was the publishing house established by the Communist League of America (Opposition) in 1930. It later served the Socialist Workers Party and was superseded by Merit Publishers in 1965, and later by Pathfinder Press in 1969. Full text of the book online available here.
Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Spain by Felix Morrow. Pioneer Publishers, New York. 1938.
Contents: Why the Fascists Revolted, The Bourgeois ‘Allies’ in the Peoples Front, The Revolution of July 19, Towards a Coalition with the Bourgeoisie, The Politics of the Spanish Working Class, The Programme of the Caballero Coalition Government, The Programme of the Catalan Government, Revival of the Bourgeois State: September 1936–April 1931, The Counter-Revolution and the Masses, The May Days: Barricades in Barcelona, The Dismissal of Largo Caballero, ‘El Gobierno de la Victoria’, The Conquest of Catalonia, The Conquest of Aragon, The Military Struggle under Giral and Caballero, The Military Struggle under Negrin-Prieto, Only Two Roads, Postscript. 210 pages.
Access to original book: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/inu.30000055077071