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 Afghanistan

  • 002638 Byroade, Henry A. Changing position of Afghanistan in Asia. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1961

 Africa

  • 002209 Hunton, Alphaeus. Africa fights for freedom. New York: New Century Publishers, 1950
  • 002548 Geiger, Theodore and Armstrong, Winifred. Development of African private enterprise: a report. Washington, D.C.: National Planning Association, 1964
  • 003290 U.S. Dept. of State. Background: three new African nations, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. , 1957

 Aged

  • 001949 Carey, James B. Forsake me not...: testimony of James B. Carey... Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO 1960
  • 001950 Reuther, Walter P. Cast me not off...: testimony of Walter P. Reuther... Detroit: AFL-CIO 1960
  • 003652 Ohio Governor's Conference on Aging. One million strong! : proceedings of the Ohio Governor's Conf. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Governor's Conference 1971

 Agriculture

  • 001716 Nelson, George A. Farmers, where are we going? Chicago: Socialist Party of America, 1934
  • 001717 Labour Party. Agriculture. London: Labour Party, 1965
  • 001718 Labour Party. Agriculture: speakers' notes. London: Labour Party, 1964?
  • 001719 Keyserling, Leon H. Agriculture and the public interest: toward a new farm program. Washington, D.C.: Conf. on Economic Progress, 1965
  • 001720 Barnett, John. Farm-dollar blight: the "New Deal" in agriculture. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1933
  • 001721 Conference on Economic Progress. Toward a new farm program: economic and moral aspects... New York: Conf. on Economic Progress, 1958
  • 001916 National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor. Poverty on the land in a land of plenty. New York: National Advisory Committee, 1965

 Algeria

  • 002476 Hadj, Messali. Algerian revolution. London: New Park Publications, 1956

 Anarchism

  • 000013 Graham, Fred S. Anarchism and the world revolution : an answer to Robert Minor U.S.A. s.n., 1921
  • 000014 Berkman, Alexander. A.B.C. of anarchism. London: Freedom Press, 1945
  • 000016 Tucker, Benjamin R. State socialism and anarchism. New York: John Oksanen, 19--
  • 000017 Kropotkin, Peter. Modern science and anarchism. London: Freedom Press, 1912
  • 000018 De Leon, Daniel. Socialism vs. anarchism. Gerard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, 19--
  • 000019 Shaw, Bernard. Impossibilities of anarchism. London: Fabian Society, 1891
  • 000020 Tucker, Benjamin R. State socialism and anarchism. London: A.C. Fifield, 1911
  • 000021 Read, Herbert. Philosophy of anarchism. London: Freedom Press, 1947
  • 000298 Goldman, Emma. Philosophy of atheism and the failure of Christianity. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Assn., 1916
  • 001970 Kropotkin, Peter. Wage system. London: Freedom Press, 194-
  • 002493 Aldred, Guy A. Bakunin. Glasgow: Strickland Press, 1940
  • 002933 Goldman, Emma. Patriotism: a menace to liberty. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Assn., 1905?
  • 003112 Goldman, Emma. Place of the individual in society. Chicago: Free Society Forum 193-?

 Anti-Catholic

  • 003865 McCabe, Joseph. Vatican's last crime. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications 1942
  • 003866 McCabe, Joseph. How the Pope of Peace traded in blood. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications 1941
  • 003867 McCabe, Joseph. Pope helps Hitler to world-power. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications 1941
  • 003868 McCabe, Joseph. Pope and the Italian jackal. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications 1942
  • 003869 McCabe, Joseph. Hitler dupes the Vatican. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications 1942

 Anti-nuclear

  • 001689 Davies, Harold Death stands at attention: a protest against the H-bomb tests. London Union of Democratic Control 1958

 Anti-semitism

  • 001582 Sherman, Charles B. Labor's enemy: anti-semitism. New York: Anti-Defamation League, 194-
  • 001583 League of American Writers. We hold these truths: statements on anti-Semitism... New York: League of American Writers 1939
  • 001584 Stark, Rodney and Steinberg, Stephen. It did happen here: an investigation of political anti-Semitism.. New York: Anti-Defamation League 1967
  • 001585 Magil, A.B. Real Father Coughlin. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1939
  • 001586 Soltin, J. Struggle against anti-Semitism: program of action for Amer. Jewry New York: Communist Party. Jewish Buro, 1938
  • 001607 Starr, Mark. Labor fights bigotry. New York: Workers Education Bureau of America, 1945
  • 001612 Heller, Mordecai T., et al. Shameful decline of the "Truth Seeker"... Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949
  • 001616 Jewish Labor Committee. AFL fights bigotry. New York: Jewish Labor Committee, 1946
  • 002257 Fahey, Denis. Rulers of Russia. Royal Oak, Michigan: Social Justice Publ. Co., 1939
  • 002412 Fahey, Denis. Rulers of Russia. Dublin: Trader Publishing Company, 1938
  • 003878 Boas, Franz [et al.]. Aryan and Semite, with particular reference to Nazi racial dogmas. Cincinnati: Bnai Brith, 1934
  • 003887 Monk, John Henry, editor Grass roots : an independent monthly journal. San Angelo, Texas: Monk, 1963 April
  • 003895 American Mercury (Oct 1959) New York: American Mercury, 1959
  • 003896 Common Sense. Union, NJ: Christian Educational Assn., 1959-1963
  • 003898 Freedman, Benjamin H. Facts are facts. Wichita, KS: Defender Publications, 1955
  • 003906 Coming Red Dictatorship. Union, NJ: Common Sense, 195-?
  • 003919 Christian Educational Association. Patriotic books and literature. Union, NJ: Christian Educational Assoc. 1955?
  • 002357 Goebbels, Joseph. Bolshevism unmasked: essential points of the speech... Hamburg: Fichte-Bund 1935?
  • 003353 Meany, George. Hatred breeds fascism. New York: Labor Reports, 194-?

 Apartheid

  • 001539 Anti-Apartheid Movement. Are we guilty? London: Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1962
  • 001540 Lee, Franz J. T. Anatomy of apartheid in Southern Africa: four essays... New York: Alexander Defense Committee 1966
  • 001541 Tabata, I.B. Freedom struggle in South Africa... New York: Alexander Defense Committee 1965
  • 003131 Joint Passive Resistance Council of Natal/Transval. How we live: album of photographs...Indian people in South Africa Durban, South Africa Joint Passive Resistance Coun. 1946?
  • 003828 Boycott Movement Boycott news. (No.1) London: Boycott Movement, 1960

 Art

  • 001394 Brown, Milton W. Painting of the French Revolution. New York: Critics Group, 1938
  • 003190 Phillips, Gifford. Arts in a democratic society. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst., 1966
  • 003249 Willison, Thomas S. Revolutionary art today. New York: New Masses, 1935
  • 003835 Association of American Artists. [Catalogs, guides, and sales lists] New York: Assoc. of American Artists, 1965
  • 003836 [Art catalogs, calendars, postcards] S.l. s.n., 196-
  • 003839 Levine, David. David Levine album of drawings from the New York Review of Books. New York : New York Review of Books, 1965

 Asia

  • 002408 U.S. Department of State. Colombo plan: what it is, how it works. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1958

 Atomic energy

  • 003422 American Labor Education Service. Labor's stake in atomic energy. Cleveland : American Labor Education Serv., 1956
  • 003423 Ford Instrument Company. What is a power reactor? New York: Ford Instrument Company, 1955
  • 003424 Manufacturing Chemists' Association. Impact of peaceful uses of atomic energy on the chemical industry. Washington, D.C.: Manufacturing Chemists' Assoc., 1956
  • 003426 U.S. Dept. of State. International Atomic Energy Agency. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1957
  • 003427 U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Businessman asks, how can I keep up with atomic energy develop... Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1955
  • 003428 Brownell, L.E. [et al.]. Proposed new method of wholesaling fresh meat...irradiation. Washington, D.D.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., , 1955
  • 003429 Brownell, L.E. [et al.]. Facility design utilizing gamma radiation for meat pasteurization Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., , 1956
  • 003430 Bialos, Isabel. Potatoes may be first food preserved by atomic energy. S.l. Western Grower & Shipper Mag., 1955
  • 003431 Nehemias, J.V., Brownell, L.E. & Harlin, Harriet. Radiation pasteurisation of fresh fruit. S.l. Food Manufacture, 1954
  • 003432 Gomberg, H.J. [et al.]. Design fission irradiator to break trichinosis cycle. New York McGraw-Hill, 1954
  • 003433 Young, Gifford & Allen, Robert E. Utilization of fission products: a bibliography... Oak Ridge, Tenn. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1955
  • 003434 National Planning Association. Productive uses of nuclear energy... Washington, D.C. National Planning Association, 1955
  • 003435 U.S. National Bureau of Standards. Report of the International Commission on Radiological units... Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., , 1956
  • 003436 McMillan, E.M. [et al.]. Lecture series in nuclear physics. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., , 1947
  • 003437 Intl. Conf. on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy. Technical exhibition of the United States of America. Geneva: Intl. Conf. on Atomic Energy, 1955

 Austria

  • 002251 Deutsch, Julius. Civil war in Austria: first-hand account from eye-witnesses... Chicago: Socialist Party, 1934

 Belgium

  • 002492 Mertens, C. Trade union movement in Belgium. Amsterdam: Intl. Fed. of Trade Unions, 1925

 Black Panthers

  • 001628 Hulett, John. Black Panther Party. New York: Merit Publishers, 1966
  • 001629 Free Huey Newton [post card]. S.l.: OSPAAAL, 196-
  • 004062 Death of Fred Hampton. Chicago: Chicago Journalism Review, 1969

 Brazil

  • 002519 Prestes, Luis Carlos. Struggle for liberation in Brazil. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936

 Bulgaria

  • 002486 Markoff, Milan G. Bulgaria's historical rights to Dobrudja. Bern: Max Drechsel, 1918

 Canada

  • 002334 Canadian Seaman's Union. C.S.U. and you: the case for free trade unionism. Montreal: Canadian Seaman's Union, 1949
  • 002335 Goldberg, Ted. Breakthrough in Canada. Washington, D.C.: Group Health Assn. of America, 1962
  • 002336 Douglas, Thomas C. Canadians find security with freedom: C.C.F. in Saskatchewan... New York: League for Indus. Democracy, 1949
  • 002337 Davis, Edward. Big industry in Canada: a Marxian survey. Toronto: League for a Rev. Workers Pty., 1937
  • 002396 International Woodworkers of America. I.W.A. in British Columbia. Canada International Woodworkers, 1971
  • 002435 Cooperative Commonwealth Federation. They'll ask you...here are the answers. Ottawa: CCF National Office, 1948
  • 002436 May Day Conference Committee. May Day Conference, May 1st, 1916: [programme] Toronto: May Day Conference Committee, 1916
  • 002437 May Day manifesto, Toronto, May 1, 1917. Toronto [S.n.], 1917
  • 002438 Labor Party of Toronto. Manifesto of the Labor Party of Toronto: municipal elections. Toronto: Labor Party of Toronto, 1928
  • 002439 Toronto Labour Party. Central Council May Day manifesto. Toronto: Toronto Labour Party, 193-?
  • 002440 Canadian Freedom League. Canadian Freedom League [leaflets] Canada Canadian Freedom League, 193-?
  • 002441 Tucker, Irwin St. John. Price we pay. Toronto: Canadian Forward, 1917?
  • 002442 Government of Saskatchewan. Women's and childrens rights in Saskatchewan. Regina, Sask.: Government of Saskatchewan, 1949
  • 002443 Government of Saskatchewan. Social welfare in Saskatchewan. Regina, Sask. : Government of Saskatchewan, 1948?
  • 002494 Hanson, Frank G. March of freedom: how mankind's struggles with economic forces... Regina, Sask.: Service Printing Co., 1946
  • 002499 Coldwell, M.J. Canadian progressives on the march: story of the rise of the CCF. New York: League for Indus. Democracy, 1944
  • 002582 Ontario CCF. Planning for freedom: 16 lectures on the CCF, its policies... Toronto: Ontario CCF, 1944
  • 002591 UAW-CIO. Story of the Canadian auto workers: UAW-CIO in Canada. Detroit: UAW-CIO, 1951
  • 002666 Andras, A. Labor unions in Canada: how they work and what they seek. Ottawa: Woodsworth House Publishers, 1948
  • 002667 MacDonald, Alex B. Picking your pockets: how cartels cut Canadian income. Toronto: CCF Ontario Section, 1945?
  • 002668 Cooperative Commonwealth Federation. Security for all. Ottawa: CCF National Office, 1948
  • 002669 Cooperative Commonwealth Federation. Constitution of the CCF Ontario Section. Toronto: CCF Ontario Section, 1946
  • 003460 National Planning Assoc. Canadian-American Comm. New environment for Canadian-American relations. Washington, D.C.: National Planning Association, 1972
  • 003527 CLC-CCF Joint National Committee. New political party for Canada: labour, farmers, CCF... Ottawa: CLC-CCF Joint National Comm., 1958
  • 003542 Morris, Leslie. Labor-farmer political action. Toronto: Progress Books, 1959
  • 003556 Knowles, Stanley H. Role of the opposition in Parliament. Toronto: Ontario Woodsworth Mem. Found., 1957
  • 003558 Dowson, Hugh. Labor legislation & politics. Toronto: UAW-PAC Area Council, 1957?
  • 003559 Glazer, Joe. Impressions of the founding convention: New Democratic Party. Toronto: United Steelworkers, 1961
  • 003927 New Democratic Party News (v.2, no.5, 7) Ottawa, Ont.: New Democratic Party, 1965
  • 004107 Thorne, R. Some comments on the political resolution. S.l.: s.n., 194-?

 Caribbean

  • 002258 Powell, David. Problems of economic development in the Caribbean. London: British-North American Comm., 1973
  • 002585 Allen, Devere. Caribbean: laboratory of world cooperation. New York: League for Indus. Democracy, 1943

 Cartoons

  • 003314 [Miscellaneous cartoons from The Liberator] New York: Liberator, 1923?

 Censorship

  • 001626 Walker, Edwin C. Who is the enemy: Anthony Comstock or you? New York: E.C. Walker, 1903

 Ceylon

  • 002423 De Silva, Colvin R. Left disunity: a reply to a critic. Colombo, Ceylon: Luxman Press, 1950
  • 002475 De Silva, Colvin R. Hartal! Colombo, Ceylon: Lanka Samasamaja Publication, 1953
  • 002506 De Silva, Colvin R. Left disunity: a reply to a critic. Colombo, Ceylon: Luxman Press, 1950

 China

  • 001743 Mackenzie, Norman. Conspiracy for war: a study of the China Lobby... London: Union of Democratic Control, 1952
  • 002207 Li-Tse, Chin and Green, George F. China, the prey?: social, economic, and political background... London: International Publishing Co., 1938
  • 002215 Burns, Elinor. British imperialism in China. London: Labour Research Department, 1926
  • 002216 American Friends Service Committee. Our China policy. Philadelphia: American Friends Service Comm., 1959
  • 002217 Miff, P. Heroic China: fifteen years of the Communist Party of China. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 002218 Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. Common program and other documents of the 1st Plenary Session... Peking Foreign Languages Press, 1950
  • 002264 Parkin, Ben. China and the United Nations: cold spot in the diplomatic thaw. London: Union of Democratic Control, 1955
  • 002265 Oksenberg, Michel. China's developmental experience. New York: Columbia University, 1973
  • 002266 Chen, Po-ta. Mao Tse-Tung on the Chinese revolution. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1953
  • 002267 Mao, Tse-tung. On contradiction. New York: International Publishers, 1953
  • 002268 Mao, Tse-tung. Problems of art and literature. New York: International Publishers, 1950
  • 002269 Mao, Tse-tung. On new democracy. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1954
  • 002270 Mao, Tse-tung. Our study and the current situation. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1955
  • 002271 Mao, Tse-tung. Chinese revolution and the Chinese Communist Party. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1954
  • 002272 People's Republic of China. Trade union law of the People's Republic of China. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1951
  • 002273 Chen, Han-seng. Gung ho!: the story of the Chinese cooperatives. New York: American Inst. of Pacific Rel., 1947
  • 002274 Browder, Earl. China and American imperialist policy. Chicago: Labor Unity Publishing Assn., 1927
  • 002275 De Souza, Doria. China, 1925-1950: revolution, counter-revolution, imperialist... Colombo, Ceylon: Bolshevik Samasamaja, 1950
  • 002498 Lindqvist, Sven. Inside China. Manchester: Manchester Guardian, 1963
  • 002520 Labour Party. China and the west. London: Labour Party, 1961
  • 002613 Moraes, Frank. Behind the bamboo curtain. London: Phoenix House, 1956
  • 002614 Barendsen, Robert D. Schools in Communist China: recent experiments... Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1964
  • 002615 UNA-USA National Policy Panel. China, the United Nations, and United States policy: an analysis. New York: UNA-USA, 1966
  • 002616 UNA-USA National Policy Panel. China, the United Nations, and United States policy: an updating. New York: UNA-USA, 1967
  • 002617 Mao Tse-Tung. China's new democracy. New York: New Century Publishers, 1945
  • 002618 Bettelheim, Charles...[et al.] China shakes the world again. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1959
  • 002619 Chinese women in the Great Leap Forward. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1960
  • 002620 Labour insurance in new China. Peking: Foreign Languages Press 1953
  • 002621 Nearing, Scott. Whither China?: an economic interpretation of recent events... New York: International Publishers 1927
  • 002622 Browder, Earl. Civil war in Nationalist China. Chicago: Labor Unity Publishing Assn., 1927
  • 002623 Stewart, Maxwell S. China revisited. New York: Public Affairs Pamphlets 1974
  • 002624 Foreign Policy Association Red China on the march: what U.S. action? New York: Foreign Policy Association 1960
  • 002726 Warde, William F. Moscow vs. Peking: the meaning of the great debate. New York: Pioneer Publishers 1963
  • 003200 Congressional Quarterly China and U.S. far east policy, 1945-1966. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly 1967
  • 003399 Burton, Robert A. Note on Communist China. New York: American Univ. Field Staff 1958
  • 003406 World Affairs Center Selected readings...for the 34th annual World Affairs Institute.. New York: World Affairs Center 1960
  • 003412 Swomley, John M. Myths about Communist China. Nyack, N.Y.: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1960

 Cities

  • 001605 National Urban Coalition. If you think you don't have urban problems, look again. Washington, D.C.: National Urban Coalition, 1970
  • 001606 National Urban Coalition. Time to speak: New Detroit, Inc. Speakers Bureau. Washington, D.C.: National Urban Coalition, 1970
  • 003127 Weissbourd, Bernard. Segregation, subsidies, and megalopolis. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst., 1964
  • 003267 Wallen, Saul. Urban problems and the private sector. Los Angeles: University of California, 1968

 Civil disorder

  • 001384 U.S. Committee on Government Operations. Riots, civil and criminal disorders. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1969
  • 003160 Natl. Comm. on the Causes & Prevention of Violence. To establish justice, to insure domestic tranquility... New York: Award Books, 1970

 Civil rights

  • 000296 American Civil Liberties Union. Constitutional liberty: the past is prologue. New York: ACLU, 1958
  • 000367 AFL-CIO. Civil liberties and internal security: AFL-CIO conv. resolution. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1955
  • 000702 Durr, Clifford J. Jesus as a free speech victim: trial by terror 2000 years ago. New York: Emergency Civil Liberties Com., 1960
  • 000979 Detroit and Wayne County Federation of Labor. AFL plans for civil rights... Detroit: Detroit and Wayne County Fed., 1951
  • 001128 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Equal employment opportunity under federal law: a guide... Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1969
  • 001129 Cleveland Office of Contract Compliance. City of Cleveland equal employment opportunity program. Cleveland: Office of Contract Compliance 1970
  • 001131 Crosby, Alexander L. Rape of the First Amendment. New York: Emergency Civil Liberties Com., 196-?
  • 001261 American Civil Liberties Union. Freedom through dissent: 42nd annual report. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1962
  • 001278 AFL-CIO. Equal rights for all: the AFL-CIO program. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1971
  • 001385 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Political participation: a report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1968
  • 001390 Black, Hugo. Dissents in the United States Supreme Court... New York: Emergency Civil Liberties Com., 1959?
  • 001490 American Civil Liberties Union. Nor speak with double tongue: 37th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1957
  • 001491 American Civil Liberties Union. Work ahead in hope: 39th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1959
  • 001492 American Civil Liberties Union. By the people: ACLU's defense of liberty: 40th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1960
  • 001493 American Civil Liberties Union. To secure, to use, these rights: 43rd annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1963
  • 001494 American Civil Liberties Union. Stakes grow higher: 44th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1964
  • 001495 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Equal protection of the laws in public higher education. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1960
  • 001496 American Civil Liberties Union. Liberty is always unfinished business: 36th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1956
  • 001497 American Civil Liberties Union. Security and freedom, the great challenge: 30th annual report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1951
  • 001498 American Civil Liberties Union. Smith Act and the Supreme Court: an ACLU analysis, opinion... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1952
  • 001499 American Civil Liberties Union. Are we losing our civil liberties in our search for security? New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1952
  • 001500 American Civil Liberties Union. In the shadow of war: the story of civil liberty, 1939-1940. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1940
  • 001501 Tuckett, Angela. Civil liberty and the industrial worker. London: Natl. Coun. for Civ. Liberties, 1942
  • 001502 Douglas, William O. Living bill of rights. New York: Anti-Defamation League, 1961
  • 001503 Chafee, Zechariah. Thirty-five years with freedom of speech. New York: Roger N. Baldwin Foundation, 1952
  • 001504 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. Some questions and answers on the civil rights bill. Washington, D.C.: Leadership Conf. Civil Rights, 1964
  • 001505 National Assoc. of Intergroup Relations. Officials Civil rights in the nation's capital: a report on a decade... Washington, D.C.: Intergroup Relations Officials, 1959
  • 001506 AFL-CIO. Today's civil rights revolution. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1963
  • 001507 People take the lead: ...progress in civil rights, 1948-1953. New York: Community Relations Service, 1953
  • 001508 People take the lead: ...progress in civil rights, 1948-1955. New York: National Labor Service, 1955
  • 001509 People take the lead: ...progress in civil rights, 1948-1960. New York: American Jewish Committee, 1960
  • 001510 Goldbloom, Maurice. Critique of the NYCLU report on the Ocean Hill-Brownsville School New York: Comm. Defend Right to Teach, 1968
  • 001511 AFL-CIO. Civil rights fight: a look at the legislative record. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1960
  • 001512 International League for the Rights of Man. State of human rights: record of activities for 1957 to 1958. New York: Intl. League Rights of Man, 1958
  • 001513 International League for the Rights of Man. Rights of man in a turbulent world: a summary of the activities.. New York: Intl. League Rights of Man, 1963
  • 001514 United Nations. Universal declaration of human rights. New York: United Nations, 1949
  • 001515 Southern Conference. Educational Fund My beliefs and my associations are none of the business... New Orleans: Southern Conf. Educl. Fund, 1959
  • 001516 U.S. Office of Equal Opportunity. Civil rights and race relations: a seminar. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1966
  • 001517 Warren, Earl. Law and the future. New York Time, Inc., 1955
  • 001518 Famous words of freedom. New York Freedom House, 1955
  • 001519 Assembly of Captive European Nations. Denial of human rights in eastern Europe. New York: Assem. Capt. European Nations, 1963
  • 001520 Small, S. Civil liberties in the U.S.A.: a short history... New York: Workers Library Publishers, 193-
  • 001521 Fellman, David. Supreme Court as protector of civil rights: freedom of expression Philadelphia: Amer. Acad. of Pol. & Soc. Sci ,1951
  • 001522 Prendergast, William B. Do state antisubversive efforts threaten civil rights? Philadelphia: Amer. Acad. of Pol. & Soc. Sci, 1951
  • 001523 Jensen, Oliver. Pursuasive Roger Baldwin. New York: Harper's Magazine, 1951
  • 001524 Congress of Racial Equality. Sit-ins: the student report. New York: Congress of Racial Equality, 1960
  • 001525 Kahn, Tom. Unfinished revolution New York: Socialist Party/Soc. Dem. Fed., 1960
  • 001526 Movement re-examined: civil rights: three essays... New York: A. Philip Randolph Educl. Fund, 1967
  • 001527 A. Philip Randolph at 80: tributes and recollections. New York: A. Philip Randolph Educl. Fund, 1969
  • 001542 Novack, George E. Bill of rights in danger: meaning of the Minneapolis convictions. New York: Civil Rights Defense Committee, 1942
  • 001543 NAACP. When are they ever going to stop...when? New York: NAACP, 1967
  • 001544 Rustin, Bayard. Anatomy of frustration. New York: Anti-Defamation League, 1968
  • 001545 American Civil Liberties Union. Wiretapping problem today: a report... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1962
  • 001546 Ohio Committee for Smith Act. Defendants Not guilty: the case of Claude Lightfoot. Cleveland: Ohio Committee for Smith Act, 1955
  • 001547 Communist position on the Negro question. New York: New Century Publishers, 1947
  • 001548 A. Philip Randolph Institute. Freedom budget for all Americans: a summary. New York: A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1967
  • 001549 Breitman, George. Jim Crow murder of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Moore. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1952
  • 001550 March on Washington Movement. War's greatest scandal: the story of Jim Crow in uniform. New York: March on Washington Movement, 1943
  • 001551 Parker, Albert. Negroes march on Washington. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1941
  • 001552 Parker, Albert. March on Washington: one year after. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1942
  • 001553 Rustin, Bayard. Three essays by Bayard Rustin... New York: A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1969
  • 001554 Kahn, Tom. Economics of equality. New York: League for Indust. Democracy, 1964
  • 001555 Cain, Harry P. Strong in their pride and free. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1955
  • 001556 American Civil Liberties Union. Democracy in trade unions: a survey with a program of action. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1949
  • 001557 AFL-CIO. Equal rights for all: the AFL-CIO program Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1964
  • 001559 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA. Time is now: a union statement on civil rights. Chicago: Amalgamated Meat Cutters, 196-
  • 001560 Fleischman, Harry and Rorty, James. We open the gates: labor's fight for equality. Detroit: UAW, 1958
  • 001561 Rustin, Bayard. Conflict or coalition?: civil rights struggle and trade union mvt. New York: A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1969
  • 001562 Perry, Pettis. Negro representation: a step towards Negro freedom. New York: New Century Publications, 1952
  • 001563 Fraenkel, Osmond K. Supreme Court and civil liberties: how far has the court... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1952
  • 001564 U.S. House of Representatives. Civil rights act of 1966. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1966
  • 001565 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. Congress must act on civil rights. New York: Leadership Conf. on Civ.Rights, 1955
  • 001566 Rustin, Bayard. Fear, frustration, backlash: new crisis in civil rights. New York: Jewish Labor Committee, 1967
  • 001567 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA. Civil rights: a handbook for local unions. Chicago Amalgamated Meat Cutters, 1964
  • 001568 Ohio. Civil Rights Commission Rules and regulations. Columbus Ohio.: Civil Rights Commission, 1966
  • 001569 Jewish Labor Committee. Labor looks at the crisis in civil rights. New York: Jewish Labor Committee, 1959
  • 001570 American Civil Liberties Union Civil liberty: a statement defining the position of the ACLU... New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1940
  • 001571 McWilliams, Carey. Race discrimination and the law. New York: Natl. Fed. for Const. Libertie 1945
  • 001572 Sterling, Dorothy. Tender warriors. New York: Hill and Wang, 1958
  • 001573 National Council for Civil Liberties. Lots of people talk about your civil liberties: NCCL does... London: National Counc. for Civil Lib., 1973
  • 001574 Gadsden Law and Order Committee. Report of a citizens' committee...denial of civil rights. Gadsden, Alabama: Gadsden Law and Order Committ., 1937
  • 001575 Edwards, Richard A. Fourteenth Amendment and civil liberty. New York: Carrie Chapman Catt Mem. Fund 1955
  • 001587 Parker, Albert. Negroes in the post-war world. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1943
  • 001588 Saunders, John and Parker, Albert. Struggle for Negro equality. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1943
  • 001589 Bohannan, William E. Letter to American Negroes. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1948
  • 001590 Jackson, Charles. Practical program to kill Jim Crow. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1945
  • 001591 Meany, George. Program for freedom: an address... New York: Jewish Labor Committee, 1955
  • 001592 UAW To unite...regardless. Detroit: UAW, 1943
  • 001593 Nelson, Truman. People with strength: the story of Monroe, N.C. New York: Comm. to Aid Monroe Defendants 1963
  • 001594 Hamilton, Charles V. Fight for racial justice: from court to street to politics. New York: Public Affairs Pamphlets 1974
  • 001595 Holden, Anna. First step toward school integration. New York: Congress of Racial Equality 1958
  • 001596 Mandel Case Legal Defense Fund. Do Americans have the right to hear? ...case of Ernest Mandel. New York Natl. Emergency Civ. Lib. Com. 1970
  • 001597 How the new civil rights law affects you employment practices. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964
  • 001598 King, Martin Luther. Our struggle: the story of Montgomery. New York: Congress of Racial Equality, 1956
  • 001599 Tampa, tar and terror. New York: Comm. for Def. of Civil Rights, 1936
  • 001600 Terror in Tampa. New York: Comm. for Def. of Civil Rights, 1937
  • 001601 National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination. To abolish discrimination. Washington, D.C.: CIO 1947?
  • 001602 Separatism or integration: which way for America? New York: A. Philip Randolph Educl. Fund, 1968
  • 001603 Ralph, Robbins. I'm glad I'm white, but... New York: Independent, 195-?
  • 001604 Congress of Racial Equality. Cracking the color line: non-violent direct action methods... New York: Congress of Racial Equality 1960?
  • 001611 Allen, James S. Negro liberation. New York: International Pamphlets, 1938
  • 001620 Johnson, Lyndon B. Bullets do not discriminate, landlords do. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1967
  • 001621 Varlin, Eugene. Negro and the U.S. Army. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1941?
  • 001622 National Committee for Civil Responsibility. NCCR: National Committee for Civil Responsibility. Cleveland: NCCR, 1963
  • 001624 Douglas, William O. Black silence of fear. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1952
  • 001630 League of Struggle for Negro Rights. Equality, land and freedom: a program for Negro liberation. New York: League of Struggle for Negro.. , 1933
  • 001631 Feldman, Paul. Pathos of "Black Power" New York: League for Indus. Democracy, 1967
  • 001632 Simon, Jean. Desegregation: labor's stake in the fight for Negro equality. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1955
  • 001633 Aptheker, Herbert. Negro today. New York: Marzani & Munsell, 1962
  • 001635 Upland Institute. Upland Institute: a program for social conflict management. Chester, Pennsylvania: Upland Institute, 1965
  • 001637 Vernon, Robert. Black ghetto. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1964
  • 001640 Sheil, Bernard J. Our unfinished business. Chicago: United Packinghouse Workers, 1943
  • 001641 Harris, Abram L. Negro worker: a problem of vital concern to the entire labor mvt. New York: Conf. for Progressive Labor..., 1930
  • 001644 Kheel, Theodore W. How race relations affect your business. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1963
  • 001646 American Civil Liberties Union. Sedition! New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1941
  • 001647 Civil Right Congress. Nelson case: state sedition laws are weapons of anti-labor... New York: Civil Right Congress, 1955
  • 001648 Weiss, Myra Tanner. Vigilante terror in Fontana: the tragic story of O'Day Short... Los Angeles: Socialist Workers Party, 1946
  • 001649 Burnham, Louis. Behind the lynching of Emmet Louis Till. New York: Freedom Associates, 1955
  • 001650 Horton, James E. Scottsboro Case: opinion of Judge James E. Horton... New York: Scottsboro Defense Committee, 1936
  • 001652 NAACP. Progress and reaction: NAACP annual report New York : NAACP, 1955
  • 001654 Hogan, Barbara. Shake-up America campaign:...John Birch Society propaganda... Washington, D.C.: Inst. for American Democracy, 1967?
  • 001656 Wyle, Benjamin and Englander, William H. Free speech or lawful coercion? Chicago: Commerce Clearing House, 1954
  • 001657 National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination. Report of the National CIO Committee to abolish discrimination. Washington, D.C.: CIO, 1945
  • 001658 Lawson, Elizabeth. Thaddeus Stevens: militant democrat and fighter for Negro rights. New York: International Publishers, 1942
  • 001690 Gilmore, C.W. So, you've been arrested! Toledo, Ohio: Toledo Times, 194-?
  • 001696 CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination. Facing the job of housing Negroes. S.l. : CIO, 1947
  • 001703 Black, Hugo. Dissents in the United State Supreme Court...Barenblatt vs. U.S. New York: Emergency Civil Lib. Committee, 1959
  • 001726 Jewish Labor Committee. Anti-Discrimination Dept. Time is now: report of activities... New York: Jewish Labor Committee, 1951
  • 001942 Businessmen's Interracial Comm. on Commun. Affairs. Report of the Businessmen's Interracial Committee on Commun. Aff. Cleveland: Businessmen's Interracial Comm, 1969
  • 001943 Businessmen's Interracial Comm. on Commun. Affairs. Report of the Businessmen's Interracial Committee on Commun. Aff. Cleveland: Businessmen's Interracial Comm, 1970
  • 001944 Businessmen's Interracial Comm. on Commun. Affairs. Report of the Businessmen's Interracial Committee on Commun. Aff. Cleveland: Businessmen's Interracial Comm, 1972
  • 001946 A. Philip Randolph Institute. Freedom budget for all Americans: budgeting our resources... New York : A. Philip Randolph Institute 1966
  • 002400 Lamont, Corliss. Right to travel. New York: Basic Pamphlets, 1957
  • 002857 Ohio CIO Council. Keep them free. Columbus: Ohio CIO, 1951?
  • 002869 King, Martin Luther. Out of the mountain of despair, the stone of hope. Washington, D.C.: Amer. Federation of Teachers 1964
  • 002870 Rustin, Bayard. Integration within decentralization. Washington, D.C.: Amer. Federation of Teachers, 1968
  • 002871 Feldman, Sandra. Burden of blame-placing: answer to a statement of the NYCLU. Washington, D.C.: Amer. Federation of Teachers, 1968
  • 002895 California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO. Labor and civil rights, 1960: state of policy... San Francisco: California Labor Federation, 1960
  • 002992 Blake, Edgar T. Constitution in industrial America. Detroit: Civil Rights Federation, 1937
  • 003121 American Civil Liberties Union. New dimensions, new challenges: 46th annual report. New York :American Civil Liberties Union, 1967
  • 003123 Johnson, Lyndon B. et al. Negro as an American. Santa Barbara, Calif. : Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst., 1963
  • 003155 Lumer, Hyman. Professional informer. Cleveland: Ohio Comm. for Smith Act, 1955
  • 003182 Clark, Kenneth B. Social power and social change in contemporary America. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1966
  • 003205 McCain, James T. Right to vote. New York: CORE, 1962
  • 003210 Sigma Delta Chi. Report of the 1966 Sigma Delta Chi Freedom of Information Comm. Chicago: Sigma Delta Chi, 1966
  • 003212 Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of NA. If not now...when? Chicago: Amalgamated Meat Cutters, 1968
  • 003260 U.S. Comm. on Civil Rights. Ohio State Advisory Bd Cleveland still has unfinished business in its inner-city. Cleveland: Cleveland Subcommittee..., 1967
  • 003416 Perlmutter, Nathan. We don't help Blacks by hurting whites. New York: League for Indus. Democracy, 1968
  • 003488 Keppel, Francis. Thank God for the civil rights movement. S.l.: s.n., 1964
  • 003549 Socialist Workers Party. Freedom now: new stage in the struggle for Negro emancipation. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1963
  • 003550 Michigan Committe for a Freedom Now Party. Why we need a Freedom Now Party. Detroit: Michigan Committee, 1963
  • 003551 National Committee for a Freedom Now Party. Call for a Freedom Now Party: an all-Black Party for 1964. New York: National Committee, 1963
  • 003654 Rustin, Bayard. Failure of Black separatism. New York: A. Philip Randolph Educ. Fund, 1970
  • 003733 Humphrey, Hubert H. Remarks by Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Civil Rights Symposium... Austin, Texas: LBJ Library, 1972
  • 003910 Southern Regional Council. School desegregation: old problems under a new law. Atlanta, Ga.: Southern Regional Council, 1965
  • 003937 Henderson, Vivian W. Economic status of Negroes : in the Nation and in the South. Atlanta, Ga.: Southern Regional Council, 1963?
  • 003943 Crisis (v.74, no. 1; v.76, no.5) New York: NAACP 1967, 1969
  • 003989 Texas Observer (v.62, no.18) Austin: Texas Observer, 1970
  • 004015 Southern Patriot (v.16, no.9) New Orleans: Southern Conf. Educ. Fund, 1958
  • 004030 Drum (v.1, no.2, 10) photocopies Detroit: Dodge Revolutional Union Movt., 1968
  • 004034 Vanguard (v.2, no.1) Cleveland, Ohio: Black Economic Union, 1970
  • 004066 Invasion of privacy : Trial (v.7, no.2) Cambridge, Mass.: Amer. Trial Lawyers Assn., 1971
  • 004074 Caucus (May 1968) Boston: Black Unitarian Universalists, 1968

 Cold War

  • 001609 Kelsey, W.K. Commentator. New York: Comm. to Secure Justice... 1958
  • 002912 Battle for liberty. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1958
  • 003170 Committee of Correspondence. Bear Mountain statement. Bear Mountain, NY: Committee of Correspondence, 1960
  • 003229 American Committee for Liberation. Peaceful co-existence: what it means to Khrushchev. New York: American Comm. for Liberation, 1960
  • 003230 American Committee for Liberation. Fresh look at liberation. New York: American Comm. for Liberation, 1960

 Colonialism

  • 002540 Labour Party. Facing facts in the colonies. London: Labour Party, 1955

 Communism

  • 000076 Sen, Indra. Communist policy today: a Marxist analysis. Bombay: Modern India Publications, 1952
  • 000077 Browder, Earl. Lincoln and the Communists. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936
  • 000078 Open letter to all members of the Communist Party. New York: Communist Party U.S.A., 1933
  • 000079 Thompson, Rober. t Path of a renegade. New York: New Century Publishers, 1946
  • 000080 Programme of the Communist International. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1929
  • 000081 Aptheker, Herbert. Freedom in history. New York: New Century Publishers, 1958
  • 000082 Olgin, M.J. Why Communism? : plain talks on vital problems. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1934
  • 000083 New program of the Communist Party U.S.A.: a draft. New York: Political Affairs Publishers, 1966
  • 000084 Case of Carl Marzani. New York: C. Marzani Defense Committee, 1947
  • 000085 We take our stand. New York: Young Communist League, 1937
  • 000086 Father Coughlin: his "facts" and arguments. New York: American Jewish Committee, 1939
  • 000087 Cult of the individual. Chicago: Chicago Council Amer./Soviet.., 1956
  • 000088 Bittelman, Alex. Milestones in the history of the Communist Party. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 000089 Nearing, Scott. ABC of Communism. Ridgewood, N.J. : Nearing, 193-
  • 000090 Michelon, L.C. Communism: what is means, how it works. New York: Koster-Dana Corp., 1962
  • 000091 Kamp, Joseph P. Strikes and the Communists behind them. New York: Constitutional Educ. League, 1947
  • 000092 Lenin, N. Great initiative. Detroit: Marxian Educational Society, 1919
  • 000093 Laski, Harold J. Secret battalion. London: Labour Party, 1946
  • 000094 Benson, H.W. Communist Party at the crossroads. New York: Independent Socialist League, 1957
  • 000095 Marx, Karl. Communist manifesto. New York: International Publishers, 1932
  • 000096 Stalin, Joseph. Report on the work of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U. Moscow: Co-op Publishing Society, 1934
  • 000097 Voroshilov, K.E. Ready for defense. New York: International Publishers, 1934
  • 000098 Preparing for October: 6th Congress of the Bolshevik Party. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1917
  • 000099 Browder, Earl. Communists in the People's Front. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 000100 Struggle against imperialist war and the tasks of the Communists. New York: Workers Library Publishers , 1932
  • 000101 Manifesto and program. Chicago: Communist Party of America, 191-
  • 000102 Manuilsky, D.Z. Communist parties and the crisis of capitalism. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1931
  • 000103 Darrow, Clarence. Argument of C. Darrow in the case of the Communist Labor Party.. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 1920
  • 000104 Trotsky, Leon. Communist Manifesto today. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Party, 1948
  • 000105 United Workers Party of America. Bolshevism or Communism: on the question of a new Communist Party. Chicago: United Workers Party, 1934
  • 000106 Cannon, James P. American Stalinism and anti-Stalinism. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1947
  • 000107 Preis, Art. Stalinists on the waterfront. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1947
  • 000108 On the road to Bolshevization. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1929
  • 000109 Zinovieff, G. N. Lenin: his life and work. Toronto: Gen'l Workers Unit, O.B.U., 191-
  • 000110 Zinoviev, G. Nikolai Lenin: his life and work. Chicago: Workers Party of America, 1924
  • 000111 Gates, John. On guard against Browderism, Titoism, Trotskyism. New York: New Century Publishers, 1951
  • 000112 Trotsky, Leon. Stalinism and Bolshevism. Bombay: Modern India Publications, 1952
  • 000113 Cronin, John F. Communism: threat to freedom. New York: National Catholic Welfare Con.,1962
  • 000114 Darcy, Sam. Challenge of youth. Chicago: Young Workers Communist League, 1926
  • 000115 Know your Communist enemy: international Communism. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print .Off., 1954
  • 000116 Know your Communist enemy: Communism in the U.S.A. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print .Off., 1954
  • 000117 Know your Communist enemy: in the iron grip of the Kremlin. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print .Off., 1954
  • 000118 Know your Communist enemy: who are Communists and why? Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print .Off., 1954
  • 000119 Anatomy of Soviet Communism: a documentary radio series. New York: Inst. for the Study of USSR, 195-?
  • 000120 U.S. Dept. of Defense. Ideas in conflict: liberty and communism. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Office,. 1962
  • 000121 U.S. Dept. of State. Soviet world outlook: a handbook of Communist statements. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Office. 1959
  • 000122 U.S. Dept. of State. Communist economic threat. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Office,. 1959
  • 000123 U.S. Dept. of State. Communist economic policy in the less developed areas. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Office. 1960
  • 000124 Goebbels, Joseph. Communism with the mask off. Berlin: M. Mueller, 1934
  • 000125 Marion, George. Communist trial: an American crossroads. New York: Fairplay Publishers, 1949
  • 000126 Magil, A.B. America needs Earl Browder. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1941
  • 000127 Porter, Paul. America for all: the Commonwealth Plan. Chicago: Socialist Party, U.S.A. ,1934
  • 000128 Foster, William Z. Communism versus fascism. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1941
  • 000129 Kameneff, L. Dictatorship of the proletariat. Detroit: Marxian Educational Society, 1920
  • 000130 U.S. Dept. of State. Communist threat in the Taiwan area. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1958
  • 000131 Browder, Earl. Earl Browder talks to America. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 000132 Browder, Earl. People's Front in America. New York Workers: Library Publishers, 1936
  • 000133 Pollitt, Harry. Why you should be a Communist. London: Communist Party, 1945
  • 000134 Adoratsky, V. History of the Communist Manifesto of Marx and Engels. New York: International Publishers, 1938
  • 000135 Communist trial: extracts from the testimony of C.E. Ruthenberg. New York: National Defense Committe, 1922
  • 000136 Engels, Friedrich. Principles of Communism. New York: Monthly Review, 1952
  • 000137 Theses and statutes of the Third Communist International. S.l.: United Communist Prty of Amer., 1920
  • 000138 Browder, Earl. Study guide and outline for the People's Front. New York: Communist Party U.S.A., 193-?
  • 000139 Advance of the United Front: a documentary account. New York: Communist Party U.S.A., 1934
  • 000140 Bucharin, N. ABC of Communism. New York: Workers Party of America, 192-?
  • 000141 Rudas, L. Dialectical materialism and Communism. London: Labour Monthly, 1934
  • 000142 Trotsky, Leon. If America should go Communist. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1957
  • 000143 Engels, Friedrich. Principles of Communism. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Publ., 1956
  • 000144 Struggle of the CPSU for unity of the Intl. Communist Movement. Moscow: Novosti, 1964
  • 000145 League Worker. Instructions on the building up of nuclei. Sweden: Young Communist International, 1924
  • 000146 Stalin, Joseph. From socialism to Communism in the Soviet Union. New York: International Publishers, 1939
  • 000147 Ryan, John A. Roosevelt safeguards America. New York: Democratic National Committee, 1936
  • 000148 Patriots. Cleveland: Precis Press, 1963
  • 000149 U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee. 100 things you should know about Communism in the U.S.A. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1948
  • 000150 Welch, Robert. Truth in time. S.l. s.n., 1966?
  • 000151 Tyler, August. United front. New York: Rand School Press, 1933
  • 000152 Communist Party of Ohio. Communist election platform, 1938. Cleveland: Communist Party of Ohio, 1938
  • 000153 Why did they "confess"?: a study of the Radek-Piatakov trial. New York: Pioneer Publishers 1937
  • 000154 Behind the red mask. New York: Good Reading Rack Service, 1956
  • 000155 Stourzh, Gerald. Case of the toppling idol. Chicago: Amer. Found. for Polit. Educa., 1958
  • 000156 Young Communist League of Canada. What lies ahead for the working-class youth? Toronto: Young Communist League 193-
  • 000157 Program of the Communist International. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936
  • 000158 Bubnov, A. Leninism. New York: International Publishers, 1934
  • 000159 Stalin's slave camps: an indictment of modern slavery. Brussels: Intl. Conf.\Free Trade Unions, 1951
  • 000160 Lenin, V.I. War and the Second International New York: International Publishers, 1932
  • 000161 Canadian Chamber of Commerce. How Communists operate!: a brief memorandum on Communist tactics. Montreal: Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 1948
  • 000162 De Leon, Daniel. James Madison and Karl Marx: a contrast and a similarity. New York: Socialist Labor Party, 1920
  • 000163 U.S. House Committee on Internal Security. Communists in the Trotsky mold. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1971
  • 000164 U.S. Dept of Labor Truth crushes commie lies. Washington, D.C. : U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1951
  • 000165 Mishra, Anand Stalinsim: what it means. Calcutta: Communist League, 1956
  • 000166 Young Communist League of America Programme of the Young Communist International. New York : Young Communist League, 1929
  • 000167 Engels, Frederick. Principles of Communism. Melbourne: Workers' Intelligence Bureau, 1933
  • 000168 Ercoli, M. Spanish revolution. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936
  • 000169 Marx, Karl. Free trade. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1921
  • 000170 Farrer, William. Anarchism: is it possible? Glasgow: Anarchist Communist Federation, 1937
  • 000171 Piyade, Mosha. About the legend that the Yugoslav uprising owed its existence... London: s.n., 1950
  • 000172 Hudson, Roy. Who are the reds? New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 000173 Resolutions, 7th World Congress of the Communist International. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935
  • 000174 For unity of the world Communist movement. New York: Communist Party USA, 1934
  • 000175 Trotsky, Leon. War or revolution: Bolshevist socialism vs. Capitalistic imper.. Glasgow Socialist Labour Press 1918
  • 000176 Lovestone, Jay. Pages from Party history. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1929
  • 000177 Litvinioff, Maxim. Bolshevik revolution: its rise and meaning. London: British Socialist Party, 1919
  • 000178 Lenin, V.I. Lenin on Britain: a compilation. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1934
  • 000179 Cannon, James P. Fifth year of the Russian Revolution: report of a lecture. New York: Workers Party of America, 192-
  • 000180 Declaration of Communist & Workers' Parties/socialist countries. New York: New Century Publishers, 1957
  • 000181 Kahan-Coates, Zelda. Life and work of Friedrich Engels London: Communist Party of Great Brit., 1920
  • 000182 Engels, Frederick. Principles of Communism. Chicago: Workers Party of America, 1925
  • 000183 Komor, I. Ten years of the Communist International. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1929
  • 000184 Dimitroff, Working class unity, bulwark against fascism. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935
  • 000185 Imperialist war and the proletarian revolution. New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1940
  • 000186 Fifth Congress of the Communist International. London: Communist Party of Great Brit., 1924
  • 000187 U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee. Facts on Communism: Soviet Union from Lenin to Khrushchev. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1960
  • 000189 Communist Party of Canada. Toward a Canadian People's Front. Canada: Communist Party of Canada 1935
  • 000190 Carter, Dyson. Land without capitalists: 32 years of the USSR. Toronto: Progress Books, 1949
  • 000193 Stalin, Joseph. Road to power. New York: International Publishers, 1937
  • 000194 Program of the Communist International. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1928
  • 000195 Ruthenberg, C.E. Workers Communist Party: what it stands for... Chicago: Workers Communist Party, 192-
  • 000197 Lenin, N. Should Communists participate in reactionary trade unions? New York: Workers Party of America, 1920
  • 000198 Fundamentals of Communism. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 192-?
  • 000199 Aims of the Communist Party. London: Communist Party, 1948
  • 000200 Robson, R.W. Communism: an outline for everyone. London: Communist Party, 1943
  • 000201 Theory and practice of the Communist Party. New York: New Century Publishers, 1948
  • 000202 Lenin, N. Lessons of the Russian Revolution. London: British Socialist Party, 1918
  • 000203 Lenin, N. Towards soviets: theses and a letter on tactics. London: British Socialist Party, 191-
  • 000204 Lenin, N. Lenin's thesis on bourgeoise democracy & proletarian dictatorship London: Socialist Labour Press, 192-?
  • 000205 Zetkin, Klara. Reminiscences of Lenin. London: Modern Books, 1929
  • 000206 Newbold, J.T. Walton Marx and modern capitalism. London: British Socialist Party, 1918
  • 000207 Lang, P. Trotskyism and fascism. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937
  • 000209 Browder, Earl. America's decisive battle. New York: New Century Publishers, 1945
  • 000210 Browder, Earl. Earl Browder takes his case to the people. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1940
  • 000211 Stalin, J. New conditions, new tasks. London: Modern Books, 1931
  • 000212 Sinclair, Upton. Terror in Russia?: two views. New York: Rand School Press, 1938
  • 000213 Mayer, Milton [et al.]. What is Communism?: a radio discussion. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1946
  • 000217 Trotsky, Leon. Stalin's frame-up system and the Moscow Trials. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 194-?
  • 000218 Letter of an old Bolshevik: key to the Moscow Trials. New York: Rand School Press, 1937
  • 000219 Williamson, John. Recent elections, what next?: a post-election radio interview. Cleveland: Communist Party of Ohio, 1938?
  • 000220 Krupskaya, N. How Lenin studied Marx. London: Labour Monthly, 192-?
  • 000221 Juhasz, William. Blueprint for a red generation. New York: Mid-European Studies Center, 1952
  • 000222 Dunne, William F. Permanent counter-revolution: the role of the Trotzkyites... New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1934
  • 000223 Lenin, V.I. Recollections of Lenin. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1956
  • 000224 Verkhovtsev, I. October Revolution and the gains of the peoples of the USSR. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1957
  • 000226 Obolenskaya, R. Kamo, the life of a great revolutionist. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 192-?
  • 000227 Lenin, V.I. Tasks of the proletariat in our revolution. New York: International Publishers, 1932
  • 000228 Lenin, V.I. April conference. New York: International Publishers, 1932
  • 000229 Lenin, V.I. Foundation of the Communist International. New York: International Publishers, 1934
  • 000230 Lenin, V.I. Letter to American workers. New York: International Publishers, 1934
  • 000231 Browder, Earl. Communist position in 1936. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936
  • 000232 Pritt, D.N. At the Moscow trial. New York: Soviet Russia Today, 1937
  • 000233 Serge, Victor. From Lenin to Stalin. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1937
  • 000235 How free is free enterprise?: a symposium. New York: League for Industr. Democracy, 1954
  • 000236 Castro, Fidel. Fidel Castro denounces bureaucracy and sectarianism. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1962
  • 000237 Trotsky, Leon I. L.P. and the struggle for the Fourth International. New York: New International, 193-?
  • 000239 Kropotkin, Peter. Appeal to the young. New York: Resistance Press, 1948
  • 000240 Isms: a review of alien isms, revolutionary communism... Indianapolis: American Legion, 1937
  • 000241 Twenty years of the Communist Party of the U.S.A., 1919-1939. New York : The Communist, 1939
  • 000242 Browder, Earl. New Communism. London: Left, 1944
  • 000243 Banda, Michael. Chinese Communist Party and the Hungarian Revolution. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1957
  • 000244 Kamp, Joseph P. Behind the lace curtains of the YWCA. New York: Constitutional Educa. League, 1948
  • 000245 Capitalist world and the Communist International. New York?: United Communist Party of Am., 1920
  • 000246 Goonewardene, Leslie. Differences between Trotskyism and Stalinism. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Publ., 1954
  • 000247 De Silva, Colvin R. Their politics and ours. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Publ. ,1954
  • 000248 De Silva, Colvin R. Left disunity: a reply to a critic. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Publ., 1950
  • 000249 De Silva, Colvin R. Outline of the permanent revolution. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lanka Samasamaja Publ. ,1955
  • 000250 Goff, Kenneth. They would destroy our way of life. Delavan, Wisc.: Enterprise, 1944
  • 000251 Marx, Karl Civil War in France. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1934
  • 000252 Petersen, Arnold Marxism vs. Soviet despotism. New York New York Labor News Co. 1958
  • 000253 Casey, James Crisis in the Communist Party. New York Three Arrows Press 193-?
  • 000254 War and the 4th International. New York Communist League of America 1934
  • 000255 Symes, Lillian Communism: world revolution to red imperialism. Chicago Socialist Party 194-?
  • 000256 Shachtman, Max Ten years: history and principles of the Left opposition. New York Pioneer Publishers 1933
  • 000257 Burnham, James People's Front: the new betrayal. New York Pioneer Publishers 1937
  • 000258 Against Wall Street and the Kremlin: manifesto of the 4th Intl. Toronto Workers Press 1948
  • 000259 15 years of the Communist International. New York Workers Library Publishers 1934
  • 000260 Marx, Karl Communist manifesto. Chicago Henry Regnery 1954
  • 000261 Marx, Karl Manifesto of the Communist Party. New York New York Labor News Co. 1908
  • 000262 Truong-Chinh Forward along the path charted by K. Marx. Hanoi Foreign Languages Pub. House 1969
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  • 000265 Manuilsky, D.Z. Revolutionary crisis is maturing. New York Workers Library Publishers 1934
  • 000266 Thorez, Maurice Catholics and Communists. New York Workers Library Publishers 1938
  • 000267 Maximov, G. Bolshevism: promises and reality. Chicago Free Society Group 1935
  • 000268 George Dimitroff. New York International Publishers 1943
  • 000269 Dennis, Eugene Case for the Communist Party. New York New Century Publishers 1949
  • 000270 Zinovieff, G. Nicolai Lenin: his life and work. Cleveland Toiler Publishing Association 1919?
  • 000271 Litvinoff, Maxim Bolshevik revolution: its rise and meaning. London British Socialist Party 1918
  • 000272 Morris, Leslie Towards Communism. Toronto Progress Books 1953
  • 000274 Draft programme of the Young Communist International. London Young Communist International 192-?
  • 000275 Lenin, V.I. Lenin speaks to the youth. New York International Publishers 1936
  • 000277 Lenin, V.I. Young generation. New York International Publishers 1940
  • 000278 Lenin, V.I. Religion. New York International Publishers 1933
  • 000279 Lenin, V.I. What is to be done? New York International Publishers 1929
  • 000280 Lenin, V.I. Revolution of 1905. New York International Publishers 1934
  • 000281 Lenin, V.I. Proletarian revolution and renegade Kautsky. New York International Publishers 1934
  • 000292 Browder, Earl Social and national security. New York Workers Library Publishers 1938
  • 000293 Death agony of capitalismf and the tasks of the 4th International New York Pioneer Publishers 1946
  • 000327 Krylenko, N. Red and White terror. London Communist Party of Great Brit. 1928
  • 000336 Losovsky, A. Lenin, the great strategist of the class war. Chicago Trade Union Educational League 192-?
  • 000337 Plekhanov, G.V. Materialist conception of history. Moscow Foreign Languages Publ. House 1946
  • 000338 Cannon, James P. Coming American revolution. New York Pioneer Publishers 1947
  • 000339 Only victorious socialist revolutions can prevent 3d World war New York Pioneer Publishers 1946
  • 000340 Voice of socialism: radio speeches by the Socialist Workers Party New York Pioneer Publishers 1948
  • 000359 Death agony of capitalism and the tasks of the 4th International. New York Pioneer Publishers 1946
  • 000366 Cannon, James P. End of the Comintern. New York Pioneer Publishers 1943
  • 000376 Labour Party British Labour delegation to Russia: Report. London Labour Party 1920
  • 000419 British road to socialism: the Communist Party. London Communist Party 1958
  • 000440 Beria, L.P. Thirty-fourth anniversary of the Great October Socialist Rev. Washington, D.C. Embassy, U.S.S.R. 1951
  • 000528 King, Joseph Bolshevisim and Bolsheviks: history of the Russian Socialist Pty. London Independent Labour Party 1919
  • 000544 Kohn, Felix Escape from the gallows. New York Workers Library Publishers 195-?
  • 000561 Lovestone, Jay 1928: the Presidential election and the workers. New York Workers Library Publishers 1928
  • 000572 Vukmanovic, Svetozar How and why the people's liberation struggle of Greece met with.. London Merritt & Hatcher 1950
  • 000573 Lenin, V.I. Where to begin?: party organization and party literature... Moscow Foreign Languages Publ. House 195-?
  • 000574 Tito For independence and equality. Belgrade Jugoslovenska Knjiga 1950
  • 000575 Zetkin, Klara My recollections of Lenin. Moscow Foreign Languages Publ. House 1956
  • 000578 Kolontay, Alexandra and the family. London Workers Socialist Federation 1920?
  • 000579 Kuusinen, O.W. Finnish Revolution: a self-criticism. London Workers Socialist Federation 1919
  • 000580 Lenin, N. Lessons of the Russian Revolution. London British Socialist Party 1918
  • 000581 Kun, Bela Revolutionary essays. London British Socialist Party 1918?
  • 000617 Shoaf, George H. Some relevant facts. S.l. s.n. 194-
  • 000677 Soviet Peace Committee Soviet Peace Committee information bulletin. Moscow Soviet Peace Committee 1959
  • 000705 McCarthysim: American fascism on the march. New York Pioneer Publishers 1953
  • 000715 Losovsky, A. International Council of Trade and Industrial Union. New York Union Publishing Assn. 1920
  • 000732 League of Professional Groups for Foster & Ford Culture and the crisis. New York League of Professional Groups 1932
  • 000815 Buchner, Johannes Agent provocateur in the labour movement. New York Workers Library Publishers 193-?
  • 000845 Communist International Agrarian question: thesis... London Communist Party of Great Brit. 1920
  • 000864 Canadian workers look at the Soviet Union. Moscow Foreign Languages Publ. House 1953
  • 000872 Lunacharski, A. Self-education of the workers. London Workers' Socialist Federation 192-?
  • 000918 Thornton, Ernest Soviet workers and their unions. London Russia Today Society 1946
  • 000942 Foster, William Z. Trade unions in America. Chicago Daily Worker Publishing Co. 1925?
  • 000962 Report of the first American rank & file labor delegation to USSR New York International Publishers 1928
  • 000992 Communist Party Why a labor party? New York Communist Party 1934
  • 001043 Bard, Phil It happens every day: a story in pictures. New York Youth Publishers 193-
  • 001050 Hall, Gus Hard hats and hard facts. New York New Outlook Publishers 1970
  • 001352 Arzumanyan, A. Hundred years of world development and urgent problems... Moscow Novosti Press Agency 1964?
  • 001393 Red International of Labor Unions Problems of strike strategy. S.l. R.I.L.U. 1929?
  • 001928 Browder, Earl Economics of communism: Soviet economy in its world relation. New York Workers Library Publishers 1939
  • 002970 XIIth Plenum Executive Communist International Next step in Britain, Ireland & America. London Modern Books 1932
  • 002998 Dawson, J.A. Progression of revolution. Melbourne, Australia Workers Literature Bureau 1944
  • 003004 Buck, Tim Indictment of capitalism: address to the jury... Toronto Canadian Labor Defense League 1931
  • 003008 Communist Party American way to jobs, peace, democracy: draft program... New York New Century Publishers 1954
  • 003011 Committee for International Workers Aid Captives of capitalism. Chicago International Workers Aid 1924?
  • 003015 Browder, Earl Democratic Front for jobs, security, democracy and peacy. New York Workers Library Publishers 1938
  • 003018 Varga, E Decline of capitalism. London Communist Party of Gr. Britain 1924
  • 003238 Maddy, Basil America of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich... Oakland, California Maddy 195-
  • 003300 Reese, Maria I accuse Stalinism!: open letter to the C.C. of the Community Pty New York Pioneer Publishers 1933
  • 003458 James P. Cannon: a political tribute including five interviews... New York Pathfinder Press 1974
  • 003543 Browder, Earl & Stachel, Jack How do we raise the question of a labor party? New York Workers Library Publishers 1935
  • 003661 AFL-CIO Greater danger: post-Stalin pattern for Communist world conquest. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1956
  • 003765 Communist Party Central Committee Party organizer. (Vol.8, no.6) New York? Communist Party USA 1935
  • 003777 International review. (April 1941) New York Workers Library Publishers 1941
  • 003794 CP Convention opens : Daily world. (Vol.7, no. 243) New York Daily World 1975
  • 003819 Network. (No.3,5) New York Network 1944
  • 003820 Revolutionary Communist Party Workers International news. (Vol.6, no.2-3, 8, 10 ; v.7, no.1) London Revolutionary Communist Party 1946
  • 003874 Edmondson, Robert Edward Communist Party outlawed by Supreme Court free speech decision. New York Edmondson Economic Service 1935
  • 003892 Communist Party, U.S.A. Productivity Hoax and auto workers' real needs! New York New Outlook Publishers 1970
  • 003904 Goff, Kenneth One world a red world Englewood, CO Goff 1952
  • 003929 May Day 1921 : the Red Album Cleveland, Ohio Toiler 1921
  • 003960 January 15th : murder of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, 1919 London Young Communist League 192-?
  • 004004 Samasamajist (v.17, no.48, 50) Colombo, Sri Lanka Lanka Samasamaja Party 1953
  • 004029 Youth and Communism (v.2, no.3-5) New York East European Student & Youth. 1959-60
  • 004047 Facts forum news (v.5, no.3) Dallas Facts Forum 1956
  • 004068 International Press Correspondence (v.17, no.50) London H.R.G. Jefferson 1937
  • 004100 To the Members of the N.C...to the members of the Workers Party. S.l. s.n. 1935

 Congo

  • 002733 Gordon, King. UN in the Congo: a quest for peace. New York: Carnegie Endowment, 1962

 Crime

  • 003100 Edelhertz, Herbert. Nature, impact and prosecution of white-collar crime. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1970
  • 003130 Gottlieb, Gerald H. Capital punishment. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst., 1967
  • 003184 Darrow, Clarence. Resist not evil. Gerard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1925

 Cuba

  • 002211 Insolito caso del espia de la CIA. Havana, Cuba Instituto del Libro 1969
  • 002212 Muste, A.J. Cuba: an analysis of American and Soviet policy. New York War Resisters League 1962
  • 002252 Jones, Leroi Cuba libre. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1960
  • 002253 Castro, Fidel Fidel Castro speaks to the children. Cuba? s.n. 1961?
  • 002254 Lamont, Corliss Crime against Cuba. New York Basic Pamphlets 1961
  • 002262 Ring, Harry How Cuba uprooted race discrimination. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 002263 U.S. Department of State Cuba. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1961
  • 002359 Martin, Edwin M. Cuba, Latin America, and Communism. Washington, D.C. Department of State 1963
  • 002361 Stone, I.F. From jail to gilded palace in one great leap forward: ...Cuba. Washington, D.C. I.F. Stone's Weekly 1963
  • 002362 Castro, Fidel Fidel Castro speaks on Marxism-Leninsim. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1962?
  • 002363 Hansen, Joseph In defense of the Cuban revolution: answer to the State Dept... New York Pioneer Publishers 1961
  • 002364 Second Declaration of Havana: Cuba's answer to the OAS. New York Pioneer Publishers 1962
  • 002365 Castro, Fidel Revolution must be a school of unfettered thought. New York Pioneer Publishers 1962
  • 002366 Hansen, Joseph Theory of the Cuban revolution. New York Pioneer Publishers 1962
  • 002367 Baran, Paul A. Reflections on the Cuban revolution. New York Monthly Review Press 1961
  • 002368 Castro, Fidel History will absolve me. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 002369 Castro, Fidel May Day speech New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 002370 Dewart, Leslie Catholic speeks on Cuba. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 002371 Truth about Cuba. Havana s.n. 1969
  • 002372 Dellinger, Dave America's lost plantation. New York Liberation 1961
  • 002373 Light, Robert E. and Marzani, Carl Cuba vs. the C.I.A. New York Marzani & Munsell 1961
  • 002477 Stevenson, Adlai E. U.S. charges of Soviet military buildup in Cuba. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1962
  • 002542 Matthews, Herbert L. Return to Cuba. Palo Alto, Calif. Stanford University 1964
  • 002578 Gordon, Jesse & Hester, Hugh B. New look at Cuba: the challenge to Kennedy. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 002580 U.S. Department of Defense Cuba: questions and answers. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1962
  • 002581 Pan American Union Cuba. Washington, D.C. Pan American Union 1955
  • 002626 Hansen, Joseph Theory of the Cuban revolution. New York Pioneer Publishers 1962
  • 002627 Baran, Paul A. Reflections on the Cuban revolution. New York Monthly Review Press 1961
  • 003228 Castro, Fidel Speech at the United Nations. New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1960
  • 003759 Fair Play for Cuba Committee Fair play. (Vol.2, no. 5) New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1960
  • 003958 Fair Play for Cuba Committee Fair play. (Vol.2, no. 10, 17, 18) New York Fair Play for Cuba Committee 1961
  • 004018 Bohemia (v.61 no.13) Havana, Cuba Bohemia 1969
  • 004051 Cuba economic news (v.3, no.26) Havana Chamber of Commerce of Cuba 1967

 Czechoslovakia

  • 002243 Spivack, Robert G. Lesson of Czechoslovakia. New York Amer. League for Peace & Dem. 1938
  • 002244 International Labour Office Trade union rights in Czechoslovakia. Geneva International Labour Office 1953
  • 002485 Pelant, Karel Kralici a lide. Cleveland Tisk Volnosti 1908
  • 002637 Litvinov, Maxim Czechoslovakia and the world crisis. New York International Publishers 1938
  • 003882 Benes, Vojta Tragic fate of Czechoslovakia. Chicago Czech-American Natl. Alliance 1940
  • 003883 Megerle, Karl Germany and the end of Czecho-Slovakia. Geneva Tribune 1939

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