Tag: Women Marxists
‘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.
‘Work Among Women in Cleveland: How to Work in the Shops’ by A.D. from Party Organizer. Vol. 4 No. 3. April, 1931.
Woman and Freedom by Theresa Serber Malkiel. Social Democratic Publishing Company, Milwaukee. 1911.
‘Thumb Nail Sketches of Women Workers’ from Progressive Woman. Vol. 3 No. 29. October, 1909.
‘Communism and the Family’ by Alexandra Kollontai. Contemporary Publishing Association, New York. 1920.
‘Second International Conference of Socialist Women’ by Clara Zetkin from The Progressive Woman. Vol. 4 No. 39. August, 1910.
‘The First P.O.U.M. Women’s Battalion’ from The Spanish Revolution (POUM, New York). Vol. 1 No. 7. December 2, 1936.
The Working Woman. Vol. 6 No. 6. June, 1935.
‘Making Revolutionists of Women, A Visit to the Women’s Section of the Comintern’ by Anna Rochester from Workers Monthly. Vol. 4 No. 11. September, 1925.
‘Working Women in Soviet Russia’ by Inessa Armand from Soviet Russia (New York). Vol. 3 No. 8. August 21, 1920.
‘”Socialists” Despise Negros in the South’ by Theresa Malkiel from The New York Call Vol. 4. No. 233. August 21, 1911.
‘My Sisters in Toil’ by Theresa Malkiel from The Socialist Woman. Vol. 2. No. 14. July, 1908
Socialism and the Home by May Walden. Pocket Library of Socialism No. 28. Charles H. Kerr Publishers, Chicago. 1902.
Rulers Of America: A Study Of Finance Capital by Anna Rochester. International Publishers, New York. January, 1936.
Women of the Future by Meta Stern Lilienthal. Rand School of Social Science, New York. 1916.
The Working Woman. Vol. 1 No. 14. November, 1930.
The Masses. Vol. 1 No. 12. December, 1911. Woman’s Number.
Borba Protiv Prostitucije Aleksandra Kolontaj. Nakladom Jugoslavenske Radničke Knjižare, Chicago. 1921.
The Rights of Women and the Sexual Relations by Karl Heinzen. Charles H. Kerr Publishers, Chicago. 1898.
‘Letters of a Pork Packer’s Stenographer, No. II’ by Mary E. Marcy from ISR Review. August, 1904.
‘Where Do We Stand On the Woman Question?’ by Theresa Malkiel from ISR, August, 1909.
Women and War by Grace Hutchins. Workers Library Publishers, New York. February, 1932.
‘Our Women Delegates to the International’ from The Progressive Woman. Vol. 4 No. 39. August, 1910.
The Working Woman. Vol. 4 No. 2. April, 1933.
‘The Relation of Socialism to the Woman Question’ by Lida Parce from ISR. October, 1909.
Woman and the Socialist Movement by Olive M. Johnson. Published by the New York Labor News Company, 1909.
‘Beginners’ Study Course in Socialism and Marx’s Economics Part One: What You Sell to the Boss’ by Mary E. Marcy from ISR. November, 1910.
Work of Women in the Socialist Party by Caroline A. Lowe from the Progressive Woman. May, 1912.
Reports from State Correspondents of the Socialist Party’s National Women’s Committee from The Progressive Woman, 1913.
The Working Woman. Vol. 2 No. 8. August, 1931.
‘Socialism is Feminism!’ A 114-Year Old Socialist-Feminist Manifesto by Lida Parce.
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