Tag: Communist Party
‘Building the United Front in Ford-Controlled Dearborn’ by Max Salzman from The Communist. Vol. 12 No. 8. August, 1933.
‘The Communist Party and the People’s Front’ by Alexander Bittelman from The Communist. Vol. 16 No. 8. August, 1937.
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.
‘Rules for Underground Party Work’ (1920) by the Central Executive Committee, Communist Party of America from Communist International. Vol. 3 No. 16-17. 1921.
‘Development of Work in the Harlem Section’ by James W. Ford and Louis Sass from The Communist. Vol. 14 No. 4. April, 1935.
‘Nicaragua Protest Meet in Wall St. Attacked’ from The Daily Worker. Vol. 5 No. 157. July 4, 1928.
‘On Some Problems of the Harlem Section’ by Louis Sass, Organizing Secretary, Harlem Section from Party Organizer. Vol 7 No. 3. March, 1934.
‘The Struggle for the Leninist Position on the Negro Question in the United States’ by Harry Haywood from The Communist. Vol 12 No. 9. September, 1933.
The Communist (‘Old’ Communist Party of America). Vol. 2 No. 18. March 1, 1921.
‘The Expelled’ from The Militant December, 1928-June, 1929.
‘The Crisis In The Communist Party’ by James P. Cannon from The Militant. Vol. 2 No. 12. August 1, 1929.
The Communist (CPOC Faction). Vol. 1 No. 1. July 19, 1919. Inaugural issue.
‘Communist Party Convention’ by Oakley C. Johnson from The Proletarian, vol. 2, No. 6. October 1919.
The Proletarian, vol. 2, No. 6. October 1919.
‘The National Left Wing Conference’ by Louis C. Fraina from The Revolutionary Age. Vol. 2, No. 1. July 5, 1919.
Resolutions of the 10th Convention of the Communist Party U.S.A. Workers Library Publishers, New York. July, 1938.
The Communist (Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist International). Vol. 1 No. 9. July, 1922.
The Socialist Labor Party and the Third International: Socio-Political Science Vs. Revolutionary Romanticism by The Socialist Labor Party. New York Labor News Company, 1926.
The Daily Worker Saturday Magazine Supplement. Vol. 1 No. 317. January 19, 1924.
Communists in the Textile Strike: An Answer to Gorman, Green & Co. by C.A. Hathaway. Published by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the U.S.A. September, 1934.
‘The Negro Press as a Class Weapon’ by Cyril V. Briggs from The Communist. Vol. 8 No. 8. August, 1929.
‘The Role of the Party In the Truck Drivers Strike In Minneapolis’ from The Party Organizer. Vol. 7 No. 7. July, 1934.
‘Lynching: A Weapon of National Oppression’ by Harry Haywood and Milton Howard. International Publishers, New York, 1932.
In Memoriam: The Communist Party 1919-1937. Independent Communist Labor League, New York. 1937.
Stalin’s Speeches on the American Communist Party. Workers Library Publishers, New York. 1930.
The Daily Worker Saturday Magazine Supplement (City Edition). Vol. 2 No. 249. Saturday January 10, 1925.
Race Hatred on Trial. Introduction by Jim Allen. Workers Library Publishers, New York, 1931.
The Communists in the People’s Front by Earl Browder. Workers Library Publishers. July, 1937.
Mastering Bolshevism by Joseph Stalin. Workers Library Publishers, New York. April, 1937.
‘Tammany Cops Attack-Slug Workers Asking Work or Wages-Workers Fight Back,’ 1930.
‘The New York Workers School’ by Rebecca Grecht from The Daily Worker Saturday Supplement. March 7, 1925.
The Trade Union Unity League: Its Program, Structure, Methods and History. Published by the Trade Union Unity League, New York. 1929.
‘Party Trade Union Fractions’ by William Z. Foster from Workers Monthly. Vol. 4 No. 9. July, 1925.
The Workers Monthly. Vol. 4 No. 12. October, 1925.
Faces of Comrades Past. Hanging out in front of the Communist Party bookstore in New York City on a hot July 18, 1934.
‘The Case Against Sanctions and “Neutrality Legislation”’ by Hal Draper from Socialist Appeal. January, 1936.
‘How to Act Under Arrest and Police Terrorism’ Central Control Commission Directives, Communist Party, U.S.A. 1931.
The Communist. Vol. 14. No. 3. March, 1935.
The Trotsky Opposition: Its Significance for American Workers by Bertram D. Wolfe. Workers Library Publishers, New York. 1928.
Thomas J. O’Flaherty on the Founding of the Workers (Communist) Party. January, 1922.
One Day of Communist Party Activities in New York City. Thursday February 16, 1928.
Wednesday April 13, 1927. One Day of Communist Party Activities from the Daily Worker.
‘Historical Review of the Split in the Socialist Party and the Organization of the Communist Party and Communist Labor Party’ from Truth (Duluth). September 19, 1919.
‘Experiences in Recruiting and Building New Young Communist League Units Immediately After the Ford Massacre’ by ‘Tony’ Detroit. 1932.
National Youth Day Young Pioneers Flyer. Passaic, New Jersey. May 30, 1931.
The Liberator. Vol. 6 No. 7. July, 1923.
‘Functioning of a Detroit Shop Nucleus’ by Vera Buch, 1928.
The Communist (Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist International). November, 1922.
The Daily Worker (City Edition). Vol. 11 No. 211. September 3, 1934.
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