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BOX/FOLDER 11/1 Committee in Defense of Carl Marzani, 1947
The case of Carl Marzani (New York, [1947]) 15 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/2 Committee of Alameda County (California) Communists For The Re-Establishment of a Marxist-Leninist Communist Party U.S.A., 1948
A message from Alameda County … Communists who believe that an ideological struggle to save the Party from the wreckers can no longer be delayed / Joe Sturdevant (Oakland, CA, 1948) 15 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/3 Committee to Defend Alexander Trachtenberg, 1952
Publisher on trial: a symposium: the case of Alexander Trachtenberg (New York, 1952) 47 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/4 Committee to Defend the Victims of the Committee on Un—American activities, 1950
In defense of human rights: a petition to the Commission on Human Rights of the United Nations on May 10, 1950, by a group of citizens interested in justice for the victims of the House Committee on Un-American Activities (New York, 1950) 15 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/5 Committee to End Sedition Laws (Steve Nelson Case), 1954
Mailer: Dear Friend: We enclose a fine exposition by Mr. I.F. Stone on the use of sedition laws in our country today [reference to the Steve Nelson case] (Pittsburgh, [1954]) 3 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/6 Committee to Free the Hollywood Ten, 1950
Petition to the President of the United States on behalf of the Hollywood Ten (Hollywood, CA, [1950]) 1 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/7 Common Sense, [1953]
Newspaper format: The coming Red dictatorship: Asiatic Marxist Jews control the entire world as last world war commences- thousands of plotters placed in key positions by invisible government- few ever elected- thousands more on their way (Union, New Jersey, [1953]) 4 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/8 Communist League of America (Opposition), 1928-1934
[1] Bulletin no. 2, November 21, 1934: Wholesale expulsions begin in the Party! (New York, 1928) 1 p. -- [2] Mailer: To all embers of the Communist Party (Opposition): Dear Comrades, With great regret I find it necessary to submit to you my resignation from the Communist Party (Opposition) ... / Herbert Zama (New York, August 13, 1934) 4 p. -- [3] Mailer: To all branches: Dear Comrades: Field and Caldas have completed their break with the league / Arne Sawbuck (New York, February 22, 1934) 1 p. -- [4] Mailer: To all the branches: Dear Comrades: The Field group has carried its rupture with League policies and its discipline to the point of a break ... / Arne Sawbuck (NY, February 10, 1934) 3 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/9 Communist Left Opposition Youth (Spartacus Youth Clubs), 1932
Mailer: Declaration of the Communist Left Opposition Youth to the Student Congress Against War, To all participants: Your presence at this Congress signifies that you … ([Chicago?, December 27, 1932) 2 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/10 Communist National Committee, 1944
Manual for Community Club leaders: a handbook for the use of officers and committees of Communist Community Clubs (New York, March, 1944) 64 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/11 Communist Party, Los Angeles County, 1939
2 decades of progress: Communist Party L.A. County, 1919-1939 ; Twenty years of growth and progress of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (Los Angeles, September, 1939) 68 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/12 Communist Party of Massachusetts, 1937
A confession of faith: we state our case to the Legislative Committee [Special Legislative Committee to Investigate Communist, Fascist and Nazi Activities and Propaganda in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts] (Boston, September, 1937) 32 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/13 Communist Party, Ohio District, 1934
Resolution and control of tasks, April 1st - August 1st, 1934 (Cleveland, 1934) 24 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/14 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1933-1954
[1] "Why don't they go back where they came from?" Pamphlet no. 3 in the "Who are the Reds" Series (Chicago, [no date given]) 6 p. -- [2] Thirteen on trial: 12 Communists … and your freedom (New York, [1949]) 4 p. -- [3] An open letter to all members of the Communist Party (NY, 1933) 23 p. -- [4] Frame up for war! (NY, 1948) 4 p. -- [5] The great train robbery ... Wall Street has its own technique today (NY, [n.d.]) 6 p. -- [6] Election platform of the Columnist Party 1940 (NY, 1940) 13 p. -- [7] Do you want to go to war? (San Francisco, [1940?]) 4 p. -- [8] The sixty-four cent question, The minute series, no. 1 (Chicago, [1947]) 4 p. -- [9] An American accepts! Program for victory! Acceptance speech of Israel Amter, Communist candidate for governor (NY, 1942) 6 p. -- [10] Veterans join the Communist Party (NY, 1947) 6 p. -- [11] Unite! for peace, democracy, security (NY, [1947?]) 6 p. -- [12] Unity on the rails (NY, [1946]) 6 p. -- [13] The American way to jobs, peace, equal rights and democracy: program of the Communist Party (NY, September, 1954) 32 p. -- [14] Platform of struggle for urgent needs of toilers: election platform of the Communist Party, New York State, 1934 (NY, 1934) 23 p. -- [15] Browder (SF: Waterfront Committee of the Communist Party, [1943?]) 4 p. -- [16] Whom and how to recruit ([SF or LA, 1938?]) 23 p. -- [17] Communist election program (NY, 1931) 24 p. -- [18] Nothing for the farmer (NY, 1939) 4 p. -- [19] The Communist election platform (NY, 1937) 15 p. -- [20] Fight the blacklist! (Los Angeles, [1950?]) 4 p. -- [21] The Klan threatens again! (LA, [1946]) 4 p. -- [22] The case of the $10-a-week robbery (Birmingham: Communist Party of Alabama, [1948]) 10 p. -- [23] Day of solidarity and united in struggle (NY, [1935?]) 22 p. -- [24] For peace, jobs and security: Alfred Newell Johnson, candidate for Congress, 7th District (Oakland, CA, [1948?]) 4 p. -- [25] Welcome! New member of the Communist Party ([SF. or LA?, 1938?]) 31 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/15 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1920-1951
[1] Wall Street is guilty of blocking all efforts to ban the A-Bomb ([Baltimore]: Communist Party of Maryland, [1950?]) 4 p. -- [2] Isidore Begun says register to vote October 9th to 14th (Bronx, [1939]) 1 p. -- [3] Defend America's unions! (Los Angeles, 1948) 4 p. -- [4] Attack Hitler now! A May Day call (NY, [1940?]) 13 p. -- [5] The Soviet-Finnish peace: a blow to warmongers (NY, 1940) 4 p. -- [6] Censored (Los Angeles, [1948?]) 4 p. -- [7] Flyer: Meeting advertisement- Earl Browder and James W. Ford (Chicago, [1936]) -- [8] Flyer: Help build a daily labor paper on the Pacific coast!! ([Oakland?, 1940?]) -- [9] Arrest Jim Crow and lynching, not working-class leaders! (Baltimore: Communist Party of Maryland and Washington, D.C., [1940?]) 4 p. -- [10] Smith Act: Fellow Americans ... (NY, [1951]) 6 p. -- [11] Conscription means war and Fascism (NY, August, 1940) 2 p. -- [12] How to vote against Republican reaction ... (NY, [1946?]) 4 p. -- [13] Hold the home front: our country is in danger! (NY, [1943]) 4 p. -- [14] Hail to the Soviets! May Day proclamation by the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of America (NY?, 1920?]) 2 p. -- [15] Father Coughlin vs. General Johnson: the battle of words ([NY], 1935) 2 p. -- [16] Hear the message of peace, jobs, civil rights, security: tune in on the broadcasts listed inside (Buffalo, [1940]) 4. -- [17] Unemployment relief and social insurance (NY, October, 1931) 31 p. -- [18] The fight is on! The people will veto Wall Street! (Chicago, [1947]) 4 p. -- [19] For jobs, security, peace and democracy ... Reaction in Alameda County (Oakland, [1938?]) 4 p. -- [20] Communist election platform 1938 (New Haven: Issued for the Connecticut State Committee, Communist Party, 1938) 15 p. -- [21] 1948 Election platform of the Communist Party (NY, 1948) 14 p. -- [22] Platform of the Communist Party in the 1934 California elections ([SF or LA?], 1934) 4 p. -- [23] 1937 Election platform of the Communist Party of Erie County (Buffalo, 1937) 4 p. -- [24] [Newspaper subscription postcard] (NY, [1936?]) -- [25] Support the USSR in its fight against Nazi war: statement of the Communist Party ([NY, 1941]) 1 p.
BOX/FOLDER 11/16 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1932-1946
[1] Wall Street uses Finland for war ( San Francisco, [1939?]) 4 p. -- [2] Flyer: Meeting invitation for James W. Ford (Buffalo, September 24, 1940) -- [3] Will beer bring back prosperity? (NY, September, 1932) 16 p. -- [4] National budget: what's in it for you? (Chicago, 1948) 4 p. -- [5] Buddies, patriots, Communists (NY, [1946]) 6 p. -- [6] Declaration of the National Committee, Communist Party, U.S.A.: Keep America out of the Imperialist War! (NY, [1939?]) 4 p. -- [7] Witch-hunters menace academic freedom (Phoenix: Communist Party of Arizona, [1938?]) 4 p. -- [8] Proceedings: Youth Conference, New York State Communist Party, March 2, 1946 (NY, 1946) 40 p.
BOX/FOLDER 12/1 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1934-1949
[1] card: membership application "receipt" filled out by George Markstall, endorsed by Edward Lasky, dated September 6, 1937. -- [2] 10,000 party members by Jan. 1st, 1939: Membership director at work (San Francisco, 1938) 14 p. -- [3] Flyer: Anita Whitney election rally ([Oakland?, ca. 1940?]) -- [4] Guide for study and discussion of William Z. Foster's pamphlet, In defense of the Communist Party (SF or LA?: Communist Party of California, August, 1949) 8 p. -- [5] Why you should vote Communist (NY, 1934) 23 p. -- [6] The women's fight for equality: maternity and childhood protection, 1935 election platform of the Communist Party (NY, 1935) 23 p. -- [7] Communist election platform: against imperialist war- for jobs and bread (NY, June, 1932) 16 p. -- [8] Why you should join the Communist party (SF, [1939]) 6 p. -- [9] Communist election platform (NY, July, 1936) 13 p. -- [10] The mystery of 1000 "vanished" ships / by Al Lannon and Harry Mann ([SF]: Waterfront Sections of the Communist Pary, U.S.A., [1946?]) 15 p. -- [11] Resolution N.Y. District Plenum Communist Party: political guide to Party membership ... (NY, [1937]) 15 p. -- [12] "We are many": Hear Mother Bloor (Oakland, [1943?]) 4 p. -- [13] Vote for President Earl Browder, Vice-President James W. Ford (NY, 1936) ca. 24 p. -- [14] Chronological material: Browder's revision of Marxism-Leninism and his struggle against the Party, Issued by National Education Department CPUSA ([NY?, 1946]) 15 p. -- [15] What about the executions in Soviet Russia? (NY, December, 1934) 4 p. -- [16] Flyer: Win the war rally, Friday, September 4, 1942 (Milwaukee) -- [17] Flyer: Rally advertisement: Earl Browder, Pat Toohey, October 12 (Milwaukee, [1940]) -- [18] To build Berkeley: Frank H. Brown for City Council ([1946?]) 2 p. -- [19] Flyer: A blow against America's peace and freedom! (buffalo, [1941]) -- [20] Flyer: Bessarabia and North Bukovina liberated! Soviet Union frees millions from oppression! (NY, [1945?]) -- [21] Flyer: Mass rally, Communist Party State Nominating Convention, hear Bob Minor ... (Milwaukee, [1940?]) -- [22] Flyer: The meaning of the German-Soviet war (SF, [1939?]) -- [23] Flyer: Put America back to work! Hear James W. Ford ... (Berkeley, [1936]) -- [24] Flyer: Peace through 'Big Three Unity': statement of the National Board, Communist Party U.S.A. (NY, [April, 1946]) -- [25] Flyer: Open letter to our mayor! (Buffalo, [August, 1941]).
BOX/FOLDER 12/2 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1934-1947
[1] Flyer: Negro and white workers united! Defend Ethiopia! (Ithaca, NY, [1935?]) -- [2] Free Earl Browder (NY, [1940]) 2 p. -- [3] Flyer: An underhanded drive on the Bill of Rights (NY, [1939]) -- [4] Flyer: What Lewis' action means (Buffalo, [1947?]) -- [5] Flyer: Defend America now! Defeat dictatorship, defeat the draft (NY, [August, 1940]) -- [6] Flyer: Stop conscription! Save democracy! (Buffalo, [August, 1940]) -- [7] Flyer: Who burned the Tabernacle ... [re: fire at Calvary Tabernacle at S.E. 28th Ave and Hawthorne Blvd] (Portland, Oregon, December, 1936) -- [8] Flyer: Let's have real democracy at home (Buffalo, [March, 1942?]) -- [9] Mailer: Dear Friend ... "Mother" Ella Reeve Bloor will speak on the war crisis at the Lincoln-Lenin Memorial Meeting ... (Buffalo, January, 1940) -- [10] The auto workers convention: 700,000 unionists mobilize to help destroy Fascism (Buffalo, August, 1942) 4 p. -- [11] Flyer: "First step to Fascism"- Philip Murray ; Excello workers: you union is in danger (Detroit, [1937?]) -- [12] Flyer: Warning! Fascist war hysteria bills at Washington and Albany menace entire American people! (Buffalo, [1941]) -- [13] Flyer: Vote Communist Nov. 5, election rally Sunday, Nov. 3 (Oakland, [1950]) -- [14] Stop the plot to bring back the open shop and the blacklist! Stop the growing frame-ups against labor and Communists! (Boston, [1948?]) -- [15] Americans must eat and so must Europe (San Francisco: Communist Party of California, [1948?]) 4 p. -- [16] A threat to free elections (SF, [1940]) 2 p. -- [17] A challenge to the candidates of the Boss Parties: open letter to the candidates of the 23rd Congressional District, Bronx ... by the Communist Candidate ... Moissaye J. Olgin (Bronx, 1934) 2 p. -- [18] Who are the conspirators? (NY, 1948) 4 p. -- [19] Flyer: Stop Hitler, stop Chamberlain-Daladier betrayal of Czechoslovakia! (NY, [1938]) -- [20] Flyer: Stop this outrage! Defend the independence of Indonesia! (SF, [1949?]) -- [21] Flyer: Southern "justice" The pattern of Southern justice is spreading to San Francisco, Street rally (SF, 1946?]) -- [22] An open letter on wages to the members of the American Federation of Labor ( SF, [1947]) 4 p. -- [23] Flyer: People of New York! Catholic workers! Jewish people! Negro and white- all enemies of Hitler Fascist terror! (NY: Jewish Buro of the Communist Party, 1935) -- [24] Flyer: Police attack telephone strikers! (SF, [1947?]) - [25] Protective custody? [Spanish version on verso] (Los Angeles, 1947).
BOX/FOLDER 12/3 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1934-1947
[1] Flyer: Protest Hitler war acts against Czechoslovakia ([Scranton?]: Lackawanna Branch Communist Party, [1938]) -- [2] Flyer: John L. Lewis's speech and the elections: statement of Communist Party of California (Oakland, [1940]) -- [3] Flyer: Don't fail to attend: Election rally for LaRue McCormich (Los Angeles: Issued by Aliso Village Communist Club, [1940?]) -- [4] Flyer: Act now! Defeat the Truman Bill! (LA: Los Angeles County Communist Party, [1950?]) -- [5] Mailer: Boycott the Olympics in Nazi Germany! (Buffalo, [1936]) -- [6] Flyer: Clear the track for the Freedom Train (NY, [1936?]) -- [7] Flyer: Defend democratic rights! (Redwood City, CA: Issued by Communist Party, San Mateo County, [1947?]) -- [8] Flyer: Hail, 17th anniversary of victorious Russian Revolution, Attend big celebration in your neighborhood (NY, [1934]) -- [9] Flyer: Heard Wm. Z. Foster ... ([Buffalo, 1939]) -- [10] Flyer: 100 times more for Spanish democracy! ([Oakland or Berkeley, 1936?]) -- [11] Flyer: Safeway stores yield on job discrimination (LA, 1947) -- [12] Keep America out of war! Fight for peace, security and Socialism (San Francisco, 1940) 4 p. -- [13] Flyer: Protest the outrages against Sorrell and the studio unions! (Los Angeles, [1946?]) -- [14] Meet Pete: Peter V. Cacchione, Kings County Communist candidate for City Council (Brooklyn, [1939]) 4 p. -- [15] Mailer: The man with the Wall Street ears: Carter Glass (Birmingham, AL: Communist Party of Alabama, [1940]).
BOX/FOLDER 12/4 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1924-1958
[1] Is Japan the champion of the colored races? The Negro's stake in democracy (NY: Issued by the Negro Commission, National Committee, CPUSA, August, 1938) 47 p. -- [2] The Party organization, with an introduction by Jay Lovestone (Chicago, [1924?]) 48 p. -- [3] Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States of America (NY, October, 1948) 22 p. -- [4] Working class against Capitalist class: is the main election issue of the Communist Party: Election platform, Communist Party USA (NY, 1930) 30 p. -- [5] Wm. Z. Foster, Irish-American Labor Leader (National Chairman of Communist Party), "Everything for Victory", Lee Harris, popular Negro baritone (Minneapolis, [1943?]) 4 p. -- [6] Hope in Ohio for jobs, security, democracy, peace (Cleveland, [1934]) 14 p. -- [7] A policy for American labor (NY, August, 1958) 19 p. -- [8] On the struggle against revisionism (NY, January, 1946) 112 p. -- [9] Acceptance speeches, Communist candidates in the presidential elections: for President Earl Browder, for Vice-President James W. Ford (NY, July, 1936) 15 p. -- [10] What the Party gives and expects from a new member (San Francisco: Communist Party of California, [1943?]) 4 p. -- [11] 1944 ... Year of decision! (NY, February, 1944) 6 p. -- [12] Race hatred on trial (NY, [1932?]) 47 p. -- [13] Fundamentals of Communism (NY, [1932?]) 47 p. -- [14] Why every worker should join the Communist Party (NY, [1929]) 31 p. -- [14] The way out: a program for American labor: manifesto and principal resolutions adopted by the 8th Convention of the Communist Party USA (NY, May, 1934) 99 p. -- [15] Campaign book, presidential elections 1940 (NY, 1940) 128 p. -- [16] The ashes of six million Jews / by Fred Blair (Milwaukee: People's Book Shop, 1946) 23 p.
BOX/FOLDER 12/5 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1932-1949
[1] The present situation and the next tasks (New York, September, 1945) 31 p. -- [2] The Communist position on the Negro question: self determination for the Black Belt (NY, [1932]) 64 p. -- [3] You are cordially invited to a Lenin Memorial meeting, Friday February 1 ((San Diego County Committee, Communist Party, [1944?]) 4 p. -- [4] The American Legion and the Communists discuss democracy (NY, July 1938) 79 p. -- [5] The meaning of the Palestine partition / Earl Browder, John Arnold, Statement of the C.P., Great Britain [Jewish life pamphlet no. 1] (NY, September, 1937) 32 p. -- [6] The path of Browder and Foster (NY, March, 1941) 22 p. -- [7] Vote for Israel Amter, Communist Candidate for Congressman-at-Large (NY, [1938]) 4 p. -- [8] Brochure: To Italian-American trade unionists, to our Italian-American neighbors, to all our Italian-American friends (NY: Communist Political Association, [1944?]) -- [9] Defend your home, vote for peace! (NY, [1940?]) 4 p. -- [10] A handbook for club officers (in outline form) (San Francisco, June, 1946) 16 p. -- [11] It's up to you brother ... and sister (NY, [1945]) -- [12] An invitation from friends of yours (NY, 1945) -- [13] If this is what you're thinking ... We would like to try to convince you to join the CPA (NY, [1944]) -- [14] We women (NY, [1937]) -- [15] Vote for Isidore Begun, Communist candidate for City Councilman (NY, [1937]) -- [16] To all building trades workers: support the Federal Building Program ... (Boston, [1938]) -- [17] Stop American imperialist intervention in China! Bring our boys back home! (NY, [1948?]) -- [18] Why we should work together (NY, [1944]) -- [19] Communist Party broadcast: The Landon-Hearst threat against labor: a Labor-Day message (NY, 1936) -- [20] Let's fight together: a message to you from Israel Amter (NY, 1944) 4 p. -- [21] "As one farmer to another" / by Fred Briehl (Walkill, NY, [1943]) -- [22] Independence Day: celebrate July 4th in the revolutionary spirit of 1776 (Buffalo, 1936) -- [23] 20th century methods! ([NY?, 1936]) 8 p. -- [24] Quiz program no. 2: On the Cold War! [For aircraft workers] (Los Angeles, [1949]) -- [25] What do Communists really want? (NY, March, 1947) 10 p.
BOX/FOLDER 12/6 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1923-1959
[1] Stages in the history of the Communist Party: a political review (NY, [1941]) 39 p. -- [2] Theory and practice of the Communist Party (NY, September, 1948) 48 p. -- [3] The constitution and by-laws of the Communist Party of the United States of America (NY, August, 1938) 31 p. -- [4] "A small number of very rich men have been able to lay upon the masses of the poor a yoke little better than slavery." His Holiness, Pop Leo XIII (NY, [1937]) -- [5] State legislative program for 1947 (NY, 1947) -- [6] State legislative program for 1944 (NY, 1944) -- [7] "we have begun to fight": State legislative program for 1937 (NY, 1937) -- [8] No blackout for the people after this war (Buffalo, [1945]) -- [9] Vote Communist: our party never broke a promise (NY, [1940]) -- [10] Quiz program no. 3: On the Cold War! [For aircraft workers] (Los Angeles, [1949?]) -- [11] The Communist Party and the 1956 elections: a policy statement (NY and SF, 1956) 4 p. -- [12] An appeal to Socialist voters! (NY, [1938]) -- [13] Main political resolution adopted by the 16th National Convention of the Communist Party, USA, February 9-12, 1957 (NY, 1957) 81 p. -- [14] Souvenir program: 1940 State Nominating Convention of the Communist Party of Ohio (Akron, 1940) 18 p. -- [15] A municipal program for Los Angeles (LA: Communist Party of Southern California, April, 1959) 15 p. -- [16] Seven billion dollars-- for death or for life? (NY, 1941) 4 p. -- [17] Republican promises ... Republican deeds ... A bulletin, of, by, and for the farmer (NY, [1940]) 4 p. -- [18] Report of the Resolutions Committee to the Communist National Convention (NY, May 20, 1944) 31 p. -- [19] Decent homes to live in: the Communist position on housing (NY, [1936]) -- [20] A farmer's questions and our answers ... (Newburgh, NY, [1939]) -- [21] What New York State needs: a analysis and answer to Governor Dewey's Annual message (NY, [1945]) 23 p. -- [22] Souvenir program: State Convention, Communist Party of Ohio (Akron, 1938) approx. 20 p. -- [23] Welcome to the ranks of the Communist Party ([SF, 1945?]) approx. 16 p. -- [24] Flyer: Mass meeting for a workers daily paper ([Brooklyn], October 10, 1923) -- [25] Mailer: To you-- a member of our party! (SF, [1936?]).
BOX/FOLDER 12/7 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1921-1948
[1] Mailer: Dear Friend, As you know, the Communist Party is now fighting for its legal existence … which the Mundt Bill (H.R. 5852) would destroy (NY, May 7, 1948) -- [2] You must unite, workingmen! Proclamation by the Communist Party of America ([NY?, 1934?]) 2 p. -- [3] Mailer: Leading Americans defend the right of Communists to be on the ballot (NY, August, 1940) -- [4] America and the international situation: resolution unanimously adopted ... by the Political Committee, Communist Party, USA ([NY?], October, 1939) 4 p. -- [5] "We are an American party, composed of American citizens. We view all our problems in the light of the national interests of the United States" Earl Browder (NY, [1939]) 4 p. -- [6] Wanted: lower prices now! (NY, 1947) -- [7] Mailer: To every member of the Communist Party: Dear Comrade: As you read this letter let your thoughts turn to our beloved leader, Earl Browder. May 20th is his 50th birthday .. (NY, April 30, 1941) -- [8] Stop the Roosevelt war drive!! May Day- the power that will end war! (San Francisco, [1941]) 4 p. -- [9] Long live Poland! Statement of the Polish Buro, State Committee Communist Party: Americans of Polish descent! The War is on! (In Polish on the verso] (NY, September, 1939) 2 p. -- [10] An election appeal to the Negro voter (NY, [1938]) 4 p. -- [11] Who are the Reds? (Newburgh, NY, [1940]) 4 p. -- [12] Women united to defeat Hitler! (NY, [1941]) 4 p. -- [13] They're fixing your future in Washington now! (NY, March, 1947) 4 p. -- [14] Tom Mooney said ... [advertisement for "A song about America" by Hoffman Hays] (NY, [1939]) 4 p. -- [15] The truth about Finland and the Wall Street war drive (NY, [1939]) 4 p. -- [16] Defeat the trusts' rebellion! ([Buffalo?, 1946]) 4 p. -- [17] Flyer: Ben Gold urges funds to defend '12' (NY, [1944?]) -- [18] Mailer: Browder-Foster rally conference (LA, July 20, 1938) -- [19] Another war coming! (NY, [1934?]) 31 p. -- [20] The Communist position on the farmers' movement (NY, September, 1933) 48 p. -- [21] Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States of America (NY, September, 1945) 23 p. -- [22] The Constitution of the ... (NY, [1942?]) 22 p. -- [23] A people's constitution for New York (NY, [1938]) 29 p. -- [24] Program and Constitution of the United Communist Party of American ([NY?], 1921) 31 p. -- [25] Sure- I'm a Red! The story of an American longshoreman (NY, NY: Waterfront Section, Communist Party of USA, 1939) 8 p.
BOX/FOLDER 12/8 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1931-1947
[1]The American way to jobs, peace, democracy: draft platform of the Communist Party (NY, March, 1954) 23 p. -- [2] Hague over Jersey (Newark, NJ: Communist Party of New Jersey, [1938]) 19 p. -- [3] Communist election program against hunger, wage cuts, speed-up & war: New York elections, 1931 (NY, 1931) 25 p. -- [4] The farm crisis: a program for farmer-labor unity to meet the problems confronting agriculture in the United States today (NY, June, 1955) 23 p. -- [5] Recruit! 100,000 Communists in 1947 if you do your part! ([NY?], 1947) 12 p. -- [6] This is the story of May Day: this is your story ... the story of American labor (Chicago, 1947) 4 p. -- [7] Teachers! Where do you stand today 1934? (NY, 1934) 14 p. -- [8] How to organize mass meetings (NY, August, 1939) 48 p. -- [9] Post this on your radio: The Voice of Labor against reaction and Tammany Hall: Election Radio time table (NY, [1937]) 4 p. -- [10] Toward revolutionary mass work (NY, May, 1932) 64 p. -- [11] Communist call to the toiling farmers (NY, October, 1931) 16 p. -- [12] Earl Browder ... J.W. Ford ... Frances Brown, Communist Candidate 3rd A.D. ([NY, 1936]) 4 p. -- [13] Flyer: Hear the Communist Party candidate for President: Earl Browder (San Francisco, [1940]) 2 p. -- [14] 2nd front now! This is the will of the people (SF: California Communist Party, [1939]) 4 p. -- [15] The Communist election platform, 6th A.D. Bronx, Samuel Nesin for Assembly, George Primoff for Congress, Benjamin Levy for Senate (Bronx, 1936) 4 p. -- [16] Labor Day and the price of eggs [vote for Archie Brown, write-in Communist candidate for Governor] (SF, [1946]) 4 p. -- [17] The Mundt police state bill is Fascism: your freedom is in danger! (Los Angeles [1948]) 4 p. -- [18] Party building: a handbook for branch officers (NY, [1940?]) 15 p. -- [19] Flyer: America's real defense against the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Pact ([Buffalo, 1940]) -- [20] Flyer: Hitler put his ideas over with movies, too! "Song of the South" insults Negro people (Communist Party of San Diego, [1946]) -- [21] Flyer: The G.M. strikers fight for all of us ([Buffalo], 1946) -- [22] Flyer: Hear Earl Browder, Civic Opera House ([Chicago?, 1936?]) -- [23] Flyer: Cacchione for Councilman ([Brooklyn, 1939]) -- [24] Here's where YOU make the news ... that helps make for victory and enduring peace! 1944 press fund drive (NY, 1944) 4 p. -- [25] Mailer: Dear Comrade: I welcome this opportunity to communicate with you ... William Z. Foster (NY, [1947?]) 4 p.
BOX/FOLDER 12/9 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1919-1950
[1] Appeal to Socialists (New York, [1936]) 15 p. -- [2] Poster: Free the framed! Free the Cold War victims! In 1918 it was Gene Debs, in 1950 it's Gene Dennis, champion fighter for peace! ([Los Angeles?, 1950]) -- [3] Shop paper manual: a handbook for comrades active in shop paper work (NY, 1931) 42 p. -- [4] Flyer: Demonstrate for peace! Celebrate the 22nd anniversary of the Soviet Union, fortress of peace and democracy! (Milwaukee, [1939]) -- [5] Break the blockade of Russia! Declaration issued by the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party ([NY?, 1919?]) 2 p. -- [6] 7 cards or handbills for various events: Celebrate 18th anniversary Russian Revolution (Buffalo, [1935]); Halt American imperialist intervention in China! (NY, [January, 1946]); On the air! Voice of Labor (Buffalo, [1936]); Open second front in Europe now, you are invited to hear Earl Browder (Buffalo, 1943); Lincoln-Lenin memorial meeting (Buffalo, 1942); Communist Party broadcasts (Buffalo, 1938); The hit lecture of the season ... Joseph Freeman ([Chicago, 1936?]).
BOX/FOLDER 13/1 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1929-1948
[1] Campaign against the frame up of the Communist leaders (New York, [1948]) 23 p. -- [2] On the road to Bolshevization (NY, August, 1929) 46 p. -- [3] Who ruptured our duck? What's the deal for veterans? (NY, [1946?]) 15 p. -- [4] Resolutions of the Ninth Convention of the Communist Party (NY, 1936) 64 p. -- [5] For a powerful united A. F. of L. (NY, February, 1936) 14 p. -- [6] 13th Plenum: Theses and decision ... Draft resolution, Eight Convention of the S.P., U.S.A. (NY, March, 1934) 47 p. -- [7] Mr. President: the American and European people need relief! (Los Angeles, [1946]) 4 p. -- [8] An appeal to the American people! (LA, [1948?]) 4 p. -- [9] For peace, freedom, prosperity, Socialism: the 1948 election platform of the Communist Party (San Francisco: Communist Party of California, 1948) 15 p. -- [10] The McCarran conspiracy against the Bill of Rights (NY, April, 1951) 23 p. -- [11] Patriotism against McCarthyism (NY, [1953?]) 15 p. -- [12] Flyer: Stop police brutality! in San Pedro! (San Pedro, CA, [1940?]) -- [13] Flyer: Think as $ [the wealthy] tell you (SF, [1946?]) -- [14] Flyer: They died because they were Negroes!! [Martinsville Seven] (LA, [1949?]) -- [15] Soviet birthday, Born twenty-nine years ago ... (Sonoma County Committee, Communist Party, [1946?]) -- [16] Flyer: Verboten! [re Taft Hartley Act] (SF, [1947]) -- [17] Mailer: An urgent appeal to you by the Communist Party! [signed Carl Brodsky] (NY, [1935]) -- [18] Flyer: Wages can go up without prices going up! (San Jose: Issued by Warehouseman's Club, [1946]) -- [19] Flyer: We plead guilty! ([LA?], March, 1947) -- [20] Flyer: What does it mean to you? Don't be a jerk: race and religious hate hurts you! ([Phoenix?]: Thomas Jefferson Club, Communist Party, [1946?]) -- [21] Flyer: What next? (Communist Party of Contra Costa County, [1946]) -- [22] Flyer: You and all shipyard workers [Long Beach] (San Pedro: Communist Party, Harbor Section, [1946?]) -- [23] Smash the frame-up of the 12 Communist leaders (LA, [1948?]) -- [24] Flyer: J. Edgar Hoover on "snakes" (Worcester Communist Political Association, [1944]) -- [25] Flyer: Back the attack! [D Day invasion] (Phoenix, [1944]).
BOX/FOLDER 13/2 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1930-1949
[1] Flyer: Which way, America- democracy or Fascism? (San Francisco, [1938?]) -- [2] Flyer: You are invited to attend a Communist election rally [Archie Brown] (Los Angeles, [1946]) -- [3] Discussion material from the Daily Worker (NY, 1938) 4 p. -- [4] Flyer petition: What will you contribute towards the fight for peace and democracy? (West Side Section of the Communist Party, [1946?]) -- [5] Study course on the Communist Party, the working class and industrial concentration, Outline and guide for schools, classes, study groups (New York, [1949]) 23 p. -- [6] Flyer: Your neighborhood problems will be discussed at an open forum ... (Oakland, [1946?]) -- [7] Unity: hail the unity of the A.F. of L. and C.I.O. around the freedom of Tom Mooney! (Buffalo, [February, 1938]) 4 p. -- [8] Your vote in '38 for jobs, security, peace, democracy: California gripped by reaction (LA, 1938) 4p. -- [9] The "foreign agent" hoax exposed! (NY, 1947) 4 p. -- [10] Flyer: Separation, layoffs, extra board: to all railroad workers (SF, 1946) -- [11] Flyer: Stop the KKK! It must not happen here (LA, [1946?]) -- [12] The struggle against Trotskyism, a supplement to "Oust Trotskyites from labor's ranks" by Max Weiss (SF, 1946) 14, 2 p. -- [13] This speech by Comrade Cannon was delivered seventeen years ago ... Our aims and tactics in the trade unions, a speech delivered at the Party Conference of Coal Miners at St. Louis, Mo., July 27, 1924 ([no place stated, 1941]) 7 p. -- [14] Mailer: Our pledge to Comrade Foster February 25th-March 5th (NY, [1949]) 4 p. -- [15] Give a party for the Party (NY: Party Entertainment Committee, [1938?]) 14 p. -- [16] [Record book] "This record book has been printed in order to enable you to keep an accurate account of the literature activity of every comrade in your branch or unit" ([NY?, 1936?]) -- [17] Party building: a handbook for branch officers: strengthen national unity and the war effort by building the Communist Party (NY, [1940?]) 15 p. -- [18] 20th anniversary of the Communist Party, United States of America (Chicago Stadium, September 1, 1939) 48 p. -- [19] The LaFollette third party: will it unite or split the progressive forces? (NY, May, 1938) 31 p. -- [20] The crisis in the Communist Party, U.S.A.: statement of principles of the Communist Party (Majority Group) (NY, February, 1930) 77 p. -- [21] For unity of the world Communist movement: a letter to the Independent Labor Party of Great Britain from the Communist Party USA (Opposition) (NY, March, 1934) 13 p.
BOX/FOLDER 13/3 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1936-1948
[1] Draft resolution for the 16th National Convention of the Communist Party, U.S.A., adopted Sept. 13, 1956 (NY, 1956) 62 p. -- [2]Call to 16th National Convention, Communist Party U.S.A. (NY, 1957) 4 p. -- [3] Vote against war (NY, [1940]) -- [4] Card: Communist Party of the U.S.A. Application for Membership (NY, [193-]) -- [5] Quiz program no. 1 On the Cold War! [For aircraft workers] (Los Angeles, [1948?]) -- [6] Quiz program no. 4 On the Cold War! [For aircraft workers] (LA, [1948?]) -- [7] Quiz program no. 5 On the Cold War! [For aircraft workers] (LA, [1948?]) -- [8] What you should know about the Communists (NY, March, 1947) 15 p. -- [9] A message to the South, Rob F. Hall of the Communist Party of Alabama (Birmingham, 1942) -- [10] Let's win- this year! (NY, 1942) -- [11] Twentieth anniversary celebration of the Soviet Union (NY, 1937) 4 p. -- [12] Anita Whitney for State Controller (San Francisco, [1936?]) 4 p. -- [13] Flyer: A blow to Jim Crow ([Phoenix?]: Thomas Jefferson Club, Communist Party, [1948]) -- [14] Flyer: Labor unity for the New Year, AFL, Railroad Brotherhood (SF: Mission Club, Communist Party of San Francisco, [1948?]) 2 p. -- [14] Flyer: Mammoth election rally! [Earl Browder] (Buffalo, [1936]) -- [15] Flyer: No arbitration! To the A.F.L cannery workers ... [partly in Spanish] (Communist Party of San Diego, [1948?]) -- [16] Flyer The people vs. the monopolies [Taft Hartley veto] (San Diego, [1947]) -- [17] Flyer: Figure it yourself: This is the seventh Saturday that a picketline has been thrown around Woolworth's Phoenix and Tucson stores to protest discriminatory policies against Negroes ... ([Phoenix]: Thomas Jefferson Club, [1948?]) -- [18] Flyer: Hear John Gates, veteran of two anti-Fascist wars, National Veterans' Director of the Communist Party ... (San Pedro: Harbor Station Communist Party, [1948?]) -- [19] Flyer: The American people can win the battle ... The Smith Act can be defeated (San Francisco: Waterfront Section, Communist Party, [1948?]) -- [20] Flyer: Death penalty to lynchers ([Phoenix]: Communist Party of Arizona, [1948?]) -- [21] Flyer: The job ahead June 23- Pearl Harbor Day for American labor (San Diego Communist Party, [1947]) -- [22] Flyer: Hitlerism has no place in the U.S. Senate [re Theodore Bilbo] (Boston, Communist Party of Massachusetts, 1945) -- [23] Flyer: For an independent, united Ireland (NY, [March, 1940]) -- [24] Flyer: Nov. 5 is your busy day (San Pedro, [1940?]) -- [25] Mailer: An open letter! Dear Friends ... (Communist Party of San Mateo County, [1947?])
BOX/FOLDER 13/4 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1934-1950
[1] Flyer: Race hatred in Phoenix! ([1950?]) -- Flyer: Safeway shows the way; Why not fair job hiring at Woolworths? ([Phoenix, 1950?]) -- [3] Flyer: 30,000 homes for vets in 90 days! (Brooklyn, 1946) -- [4] Flyer: Red baiters vs. pork chops: shipowner throws red herring into C.M.U. (San Pedro, CA, 1947) -- [5] Flyer: Come! Hear! Communist Party's write-in candidate for Governor: Archie Brown (San Pedro, [1946]) -- [6] Plan of work of National Committee, CPUSA, July 15, Labor Day 1950 ([New York?]) 4 p. -- [7] Mailer: Communist League of America ... Dear Comrades: From the daily press you have received the news of the raid upon comrade Trotsky's home in France ... (NY, April 18, 1934) 2 p. -- [8] Flyer: An open letter to the rank and file of the Communist Party [re Trotsky] (Rochester, [1938?]) -- [9] Report to Communist Party National Committee ... on National Board Youth Memorandum / by Max Weiss ([NY?], February 15, 1946) 5 p. -- [10] Souvenir Program: Second Front Now Rally (Cleveland, October 14, 1942) 16 p. -- [11] Smash! the Copperheads of 1942 / issued by Young Communist League (Los Angeles, 1942) 4 p. -- [12] V: Vote for Victory over Hitlerism with these tried and tested anti-Nazi can didates (Buffalo, 1941) 4 p. -- [13] Questionnaire to all party members on the Daily and Sunday Worker (NY, 1938) 1 p. -- [14] Flyer: The people's program of struggle for the defeat of Hitler and Hitlerism: statement of the National Committee, Communist Party, USA ([NY, 1941]) 2 p. -- [15] Discussion outline on the Capitalist press and The Daily Worker and The Worker ([NY?, 1947]) 6 p. -- [16] Make your vote count: vote for jobs, peace and democracy ([Buffalo, 1954]) 4 p. -- [17] The struggle against white chauvinism: outline for discussion and study guide for schools, classes, study groups (NY, September, 1949) 19 p. -- [18] Fight for what you voted for! Demand that President Truman live up to his campaign promises on civil rights! (Los Angeles, [1949?]) 4 p. -- [19] The fight is on for jobs and security, vote for [Herbert] Nugent for Supervisor (San Francisco, [1945?]) 6 p. -- [20] A fighting party and a fighting press (San Francisco, June 15, 1947) 4 p. -- [21] Alarm: World War III in the making! (Communist Party of Los Angeles, [1946?]) 4 p. -- [22] Flyer: Bring the boys home! Why the demobilization slow up? (SF: Twin Peaks Communist Club, [1946?]) -- [23] Is your newspaper fighting for you? [Ad for The Worker] (NY, [1945]) 4 p. -- [24] The Negro question: outline and study-guide for five session course (NY, January, 1949) 10 p. -- [25] 8th Convention, Communist Party, USA, April 2, 1934 (Cleveland).
BOX/FOLDER 13/5 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1920-1948
[1] Program and constitution of the Communist Party of America: adopted at the Joint Unity Convention of the United Communist and Communist Parties, May, 1921 [Ownership stamp of Henry J. Lenon] ([NY?], 1921) 61 p. -- [2] The way out: a program for American Labor / introduction by J. J. Olgin [Eighth Convention of the Communist Party, USA] (New York, 1934) 99 p. -- [3] Struggles ahead! (NY, 1930) 32 p. -- [4] Security for Wall Street of for the masses (Philadelphia, [1930?]) 15 p. -- [5] The platform of the class struggle: National platform of the Workers (Communist) Party (NY, 1928) 64 p. -- [6] Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States of America (NY, September, 1945) 23 p. -- [7] Will beer bring back prosperity? (NY, September, 1932) 16 p. -- [8] Working class against capitalist class is the main election issue of the Communist Party: Election platform, Communist Party U.S.A. (NY, [1930]) 30 p. -- [9] Constitution of the Communist Party (NY, October, 1948) 22 p. -- [10] Constitution and by-laws of the Communist Party of the United States of America (NY, October, 1939) 31 p. -- [11] The Democratic twin of the Hoover hunger government (NY, October, 1932) 15 p. -- [12] Manifesto and program: Constitution, Report to the Communist International (Chicago, [1920?]) 40 p.
BOX/FOLDER 13/6 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1932-1957
[1] The Communist position on the Negro question: self-determination for the Black Belt ([New York?, 1932?]) 64 p. -- [2] Race Hatred on trial ([NY, 1932?]) 47 p. -- [3] Brochure: Negro rights must be granted now! Communists declare ([NY, 1942]) -- [4] Proceedings, 16th National Convention, Communist Party, U.S.A., February 9-12, 1957 (NY) 351 p. [5] More brains than an ostrich! (NY: Cultural Division of the New York State Communist Party, [1947?]) 8 p.
BOX/FOLDER 13/7 Communist Party, USA (CPUSA), 1929
Mimeograph (?) report to the Comintern by CPUSA [about 40 pages] -- The Polcom's revision of the Sixth Congress Decisions and of the Basic Principles of Leninism, 15 p.
BOX/FOLDER 13/8 Communist Party—(Satire), 1932
Flyer: Thank youse! Thank youse! Comrades & fellow workers … the 12 members of the Portland Communist Party (1932)
BOX/FOLDER 14/1 Communist Political Association, 1945
[1] Brochure: An invitiation from friends of yours (Communist Political Association of New York, 1945) -- [2] Brochure: It's up to you brother … and sister (NY, 1945) -- [3] Constitution of the Communist Political Association [photocopy] ([NY, 1945?]) 23 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/2 Community Defense Committee, 1945?
Flyer: Your child may be next! Six local Negro boys spent their Xmas vacation in the Juvenile Detention Home … (Oakland, [1945?])
BOX/FOLDER 14/3 Conference on Non-Violent Revolutionary Socialism, 1946
Bulletin of the February Conference on Non-Vilent Revolutionary Socialism (Chicago, January, 1946) 20 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/4 Conference for Progressive Labor Action, 1932?
CPLA- Program policies (New York, [1932?]) 16 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/5 Congress of Industrial Organizations (ClO), 1941-1954
[1] Official reports on the expulsion of Communist dominated organizations from the CIO (Washington, DC, September, 1954) 125 p. -- [2] The CIO News: November 3, 1941: Locals back Teamsters on trial ([Pittsburgh?], 1941)
BOX/FOLDER 14/6 Constitutional Educational League, 1940-1953
[1] Flyer: Student union under thumb of Reds, convention shows (New Haven, [January, 1940?]) -- [2] Ford Motor Company and American Bar Association help Communist conspiracy by joining plot against "McCarthyism" (New York: Committee FOR McCarthyism, 1953) 8 p. -- [3] We must win! We will Win! But why win the war ... and lose what we're fighting for? ([New Haven?, 1942?]) 30 p. -- [4] Flyer: Enroll for vital volunteer service on the home front! (New Haven, [1943?]).
BOX/FOLDER 14/7 Cooke, Edmund Vance, 1919?
Leaflet: Our 'Gene … The above poem was written in the court room by Edmund Vance Cook who is not a Socialist [poem about Eugene Debs] ([no place named, 1919?])
BOX/FOLDER 14/8 Cooper, Leo, 1948
UMT: Universal Military Training: program for peace or weapon for war? / Illustrated by Charles Keller (New York, March, 1948) 23 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/9 Coryell, John Russell, 1907?
The rent strike: an address made at Lyric Hall, Sixth Avenue, near Forty-second Street, before the Liberty Congregation (New York City: The Corwill Publishing Company, [1907?]) 16 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/10 Cowl, Margaret, 1935-1937
The high cost of living: how to bring it down (New York, December, 1937) 15 p. -- [2] Women and equality (NY, February, 1935) 14 p. -- [3] Women and equality [2nd copy, different cover] (NY, February, 1935) 14 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/11 Cowley, Joyce (Santana Case), 1957
The Santana case: tragedy of a Puerto Rican youth [re: Frank Santana] (New York, April, 1957) 16 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/12 Crockett, George W, 1949
Freedom is everybody's job! The crime of the government against the Negro people: summation in the trial of the 11 Communist leaders (New York: National Non-Partisan League, [1949]) 16 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/13 Crosswaith, Frank R. and Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1933?
True freedom for Negro and white labor / with introduction by Norman Thomas (New York City: Negro Labor News Service, [1933]) 59 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/14 Daily People, 1904
The party press, 1900 [to] 1904 [pamphlet re The Daily People newspaper with numerous photographs of staff and production] (New York, 1904) 32 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/15 Daily People’s World, 1948
Ten years: the story of a people's newspaper / by Al Richmond (San Francisco, January, 1948) 31 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/16 Daily Worker, 1935-1940
[1] Mailer: Dear Comrade: William Z. Foster and Ben Gitlow are running for President and Vice-President in the coming election on the Workers Party Ticket / signed Moritz J. Loeb (Chicago, [1928?]) -- [2] You subscription expires in 10 days. Renew now! (New York, [1930s?]) -- [3] Mailer: [Fundraising appeal] (NY, [1930s]) -- [4] Flyer: Who is financing Fascism in the U.S.? Startling revelations, unearthed by [Marguerite] Young, [John L.] Spivak, [Sender] Garlin (NY, [1937?]) -- [5] How to build it! (NY, [1937?]) 15 p. -- [6] How to sell The Daily Worker (NY, [1936?]) 30 p. -- [7] Red sparks / by Jorge (NY, [1936?]) 31 p. -- [8] Steel workers: your liberties are in danger! "Defense Program" gigantic hoax, blueprint for American dictatorship: to the steel workers of Buffalo and Lackawanna City! ([Buffalo?, 1940]) 4 p. -- [9] Eleventh anniversary Daily Worker [event program] (NY, January, 1935) 4 p. -- [10] Are you one of the 5 million? (NY, 1937) 10 p. -- [11] Brochure: What's happening? ([NY, 1938]) -- [12] Communism: 20th century Americanism: follow the elections in the Daily and Sunday Worker ([NY,1938?]) 4 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/17 Dana, Charles A. (Editor, N.Y. Sun), 1896
Proudhon and his "Bank of the people", being a defense of the great French Anarchist, showing the evils of a specie currency, and that interest on capital can and ought to be abolished by a system of free and mutual banking. A series of newspaper articles written by Charles I Dana (New York, 1896) 67 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/18 Darcy, Sam (Samuel Adams), 1926-1942
[1] The challenge of youth: why every young worker should join the Young Workers Communist League (Chicago: Young Workers Communist League of America, 1926) 52 p [2 copies] -- [2] A Marxist exposure of the fallacy of technocracy (San Francisco: Western Worker Publishers, [1930?]) 16 p. -- [3] The battle for production to invade Europe now (NY, April, 1942) 47 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/19 Darrow, Clarence, 1920
Argument of Clarence Darrow in the case of the Communist Labor Party in the Criminal Court, Chicago (Chicago, 1920) 116 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/20 Davis, Benjamin J., Jr., 1947-1956
[1] The Negro people on the march: report for the National Committee of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (NY, 1956) 48 p. [2 copies] -- [2] The Negro people in the struggle for peace and freedom: report to the 15th convention, Communist Party (NY, February, 1951) 23 p. [2 copies] -- [3] Police brutality: lynching Northern style, with a special message from Councilman Benjamin J. Davis [text by Horace Marshall] (NY, 1947) 32 p. -- [4] In defense of Negro rights: Benjamin J. Davis, Former Councilman of New York, testifies in the Trial of the Communist Twelve at Foley Square (NY, January, 1950) 64 p. [2 copies] -- [5] The Negro people and the Communist Party (NY, March, 1943) 15 p. -- [6] The path of Negro liberation (NY, April, 1947) 22 p. [2 copies].
BOX/FOLDER 14/21 Davis, John P., 1935
Let us build a National Negro Congress (Washington, DC, October, 1935) 31 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/22 Dean, Elwood, 1949
The story of the Trenton Six (New York, December, 1949) 23 p. [2 copies].
BOX/FOLDER 14/23 De Cleyre, Voltairine, 1910-1932
[1] Anarchism and American traditions (Chicago: Free Society Group, 1932) 20 p. -- [2] Direct action: a lecture delivered in Chicago, January 21, 1912 (New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1912) 19 p. -- [3] The dominant idea (NY: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1910) 16 p. -- [4] The heart of Angiolillo at the end of the alley where the White Rose died [The Libertarian Magazine, Vol. I, no. 12, July, 1916] ([Chicago?], 1916) 24 p.
BOX/FOLDER 14/24 Debs, Eugene V., 1908-1923
[1] Debs' Address to the jury and statement to the court (Chicago, [1919?]) 20 p. -- Childhood ([Chicago?, 1910?]) 4 p. -- [3] Woman- Comrade and equal (Chicago, [1908?]) 4 p. -- [4] Liberty (Chicago, [1910?]) 30 p. -- [5] Eugene V. Debs' Canton speech (Chicago, [1919]) 32 p. -- [6] Wayland's Monthly: Here comes a man / by George Bicknell ; The issue / by Eugene Debs [No. 97, May 1908] (Girard, Kansas) 16 p. -- [7] Broadside: Woman ([Chicago?, 1915?]) -- [8] The children of the poor (Chicago, [1912?]) 4 p. -- [9] The forbidden speech of Eugene V. Debs, Socialist Party candidate for President ([Philadelphia?], 1908) 4 p. -- [10] The Debs White Book: full text of important documents in famous Debs case, dedicated to Appeal Army (Girard, Kansas, [1920?]) 96 p. -- [11] To the women of America (Chicago, [1920]) 2 p. -- [12] The indictment of our leaders (Chicago, [1918]) 2 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/1 Defense Committee for William L. Patterson, 1950?
This man challenged an insult to 15,000,000 Negro Americans (New York, [1950?] 4 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/2 DeLeon, Daniel, 1911-1977
[1] Capitalism means war! (Brooklyn: New York Labor News, 1970), 32 p. -- [2] The burning question of trades unionism … How the workers must organize to abolish Capitalism (Palo Alto, CA, 1977) 44 p. -- [3] A Socialist in Congress: his conduct and responsibilities (NY, 1963) 104 p. -- [4] Socialism vs. 'individualism', Debate: DeLeon vs. Carmody (NY, 1942) 46 p. -- [5] Anti-Semitism: its cause and cure ([NY?], 1921) 26 p. -- [6] Unity: An address (NY, 1914) 27 p. -- [7] Woman's suffrage: an address delivered by Daniel DeLeon under the auspices of The Socialist Women of Greater New York (NY, 1911) 48 p. -- [8] Revolutionary Socialism in U.S. Congress, "Parliamentary idiocy" vs. Marxian Socialism (NY, 1931) 104 p. -- [9] The socialization of money [People's Pocket Series no. 170] (Girard, Kansas, [1924?]) 40 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/3 Dennis, Eugene, 1946-1956
[1] "Dangerous thoughts": the case of the indicted twelve (New York, October, 1948) 15 p. [2 copies] -- [2] The case for the Communist Party: opening statement to the jury / introduction by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (NY, April, 1949) 32 p. -- [3] Let the people know: the truth about the Communists which the Un-American Committee tried to suppress (NY, April, 1947) 32 p. -- [4] Is Communism un-American? 9 questions about the Communist Party answered (NY, March, 1947) 13 p. -- [5] What America needs: a Communist view / by Eugene Dennis and John Gates (NY, March, 1956) 23 p. -- [6] The Communists take a new look: report to the National Committee of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (NY, May, 1956) 48 p. -- [7] 21 questions about war and peace answered (NY, August, 1950) 47 p. [2 copies] -- [8] America at the crossroads: postwar problems and Communist policy / forward by William Z. Foster (NY, December, 1945) 48 p. -- [9] The elections and the outlook for national unity (NY, December, 1944) 46 p. -- [10] Peace or war: the people against the warmakers! (NY, May, 1946) 16 p. -- [11] The people against the trusts: build a democratic front to defeat reaction NOW and to win a peoples victory in 1948 (NY, December, 1946) 64 p. -- [12] What America faces: the new war danger and the struggle for peace, democracy and economic security (NY, March, 1946) 62 p. -- [13] The MacArthur ouster: a letter to members of the Communist Party (NY, April, 1951) 16 p. [2 copies] -- [14] The Communists take a new look: report of the National Committee of the Communist Party, U.S.A. (NY, May, 1956) 48 p. -- [15] The menace of American imperialism / by William Z. Foster ; America needs the Communist Party / by Eugene Dennis (NY, October, 1945) 30 p. -- [16] An open letter to all members of the Communist Party (NY, [1948]) 11 p. -- [17] The Fascist danger and how to combat it (NY, August, 1948) 63 p. [2 copies] -- [18] "I challenge the Un-Americans" (NY, May, 1947) 16 p. [2 copies] -- [19] Eugene Dennis indicts the Wall Street conspirators (NY, August, 1948) 15 p. -- [20] Brochure: "My liberty is dear to me ... But more dear to me is the liberty of the whole American people" (NY, [1948]) -- [21] The Un-Americanism of Hearst's John Sentinel (Milwaukee: Communist Party of Wisconsin, [1947?]) 16 p. -- [22] The red-baiters menace America (NY, October, 1946) 11 p. -- [23] The third party and the 1948 elections (NY, March, 1948) 61 p. -- [24] "My liberty as an individual is, of course dear to me. But more precious is the liberty of the whole American people ([NY, 1948]) 4 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/4 DeSilver, Albert, 1920?
Flyer: Congress has the power to declare amnesty / Albert DeSilver Director of the American Civil Liberties Union [re Eugene Debs] ([New York?, 1920?]) 2 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/5 De Witt, S. A. (Samuel Aaron), 1933
Rhapsodies in red: songs for the social revolution (New York: Rand School Press, 1933) 48 p.
BOX/FOLDER 15/6 Dies, Martin, 1939
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