‘Communist Work Among Women in the United States’ Resolution from The Fourth National Convention of the Workers (Communist) Party of America. Daily Worker Publishing Company, Chicago. 1925.
‘Methods and Forms of Work of the Communist Parties among Women,’ from Theses and Resolutions Adopted at the Third World Congress of the Communist International. Contemporary Publishing Association, New York. 1921.
Speech of William D. Haywood on the Case of Ettor and Giovannitti, May 21, 1912. Published by the Ettor-Giovannitti Defense Committee, Lawrence, Massachusetts. 1912.
Official Report of the Strike Committee of the Chicago Garment Workers’ Strike, October 29, 1910-February 18, 1911. Women’s Trade Union League of Chicago, 1911.
‘Communist Party Language Sections, 1924,’ from The Fourth National Convention of the Workers (Communist) Party of America. Daily Worker Publishing Company, Chicago. 1925.
‘America and the Negro Question’ by John Reed the Discussion on National and Colonial Question, Second Congress of the Communist International. July 25, 1920.
Socialism and the World War by Kate Richards O’Hare Former International Secretary of the Socialist Party of America. Published by Frank P. O’Hare. St Louis, 1919.
The South Slavic Socialist Federation (Južnoslovanska socialistična federacija) Report by Translator-Secretary Frank Petrich to the Socialist Party’s National Executive Committee, 1916.
Meet Sebald Justinus (S.J.) Rutgers, Unsung Founder of U.S. and International Communism by Revolution’s Newsstand.
‘Twenty-Five Essential Working Class Publications of Our Radical Past’ by Revolution’s Newsstand.
‘Resolution on Negro Question in the United States’ by the Political Secretariat, Communist International. October 26, 1928.
‘Address of the General Council of the International Workingmen’s Association to the People of the United States’ by Karl Marx. September 25, 1865.
‘Declaration of Principles of a Socialist School’ from the All-Russian Congress of Teachers-Internationalists, Moscow. June 6, 1918.
‘Report on the National and Colonial Question’ by V.I. Lenin from The Proceedings of the Second Congress of the Communist International, 1921.
‘Origin and Growth of the Hungarian Socialist Movement in the United States’ by Armin Loewy. American Labor Year Book 1916, Rand School Press, New York.
British Imperialism in India by Shapurji Saklatvala, Member of Parliament. Daily Worker Publishers, Chicago. 1925.
Report of the German Language Federation Translator-Secretary Adolph Dreifuss to the National Committee of the Socialist Party of America, May 1913.
The Friendship of Marx and Engels: Give Me a Bowl of Wine/ In This I Bury All Unkindness.
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