Acceptance Speeches of William Z Foster and Benjamin Gitlow. Published by the National Election Campaign Committee of the Workers (Communist) Party. Workers Library Publishers. August, 1928.

Acceptance Speeches of William Z Foster and Benjamin Gitlow. Published by the National Election Campaign Committee of the Workers (Communist) Party. Workers Library Publishers. August, 1928.

Contents: Report of the Committee on Nominations by Robert Minor (Chairman), Acceptance Speech of William Z. Foster Candidate for President – A Wonderful Convention – Party Plays Leading Role – Our Revolutionary Purpose – As to Immediate Demands – Reformism Futile – Our Many Tasks – The War Danger – Imperialist Armaments – Race for Armaments – Defend the Soviet Union – War on Capitalism – Economic Depression Employers’ Offensive – Labor in Fighting Mood – General Motors Strike – The Crisis in the Labor Movement – Reactionary Labor Leaders – The Struggle of Coal Miners – The Oppression of Negroes – Political Parties – Build the Party!, Acceptance Speech of Benjamin Gitlow Candidate for Vice-President – Record of Brutal Oppression – Remember Sacco and Vanzetti – Oppression of Negroes – Recognition of the Soviet Government – US Imperialism – 1mperialist Conspiracy – Role of the Socialist Party – Comparison with Soviet Union, The National Nominating Convention by Jay Lovestone – Achievements of the Convention – Some Questions Answered – Communism a Constructive Force – Socialist “Victory” – Working Class Traditions – On to Work and Fight! – Destroy Lewis!

For PDF of full pamphlet: https://archive.org/download/AcceptanceSpeeches/AcceptanceSpeeches_text.pdf

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