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 Marxism

  • 000054 Burns, Emile What is Marxism? New York International Publishers 1957
  • 000055 Ideological struggle in the American Left. New York New Century Publishers 1963
  • 000056 Eastman, Max Last stand of dialectic materialism. New York Polemic Publishers 1934
  • 000057 Klingender, F.J. Marxism and modern art. New York International Publishers 1945
  • 000058 Lewis, John Marxism and modern idealism. New York International Publishers 1945
  • 000059 Dobb, Maurice Marx as an economist. New York International Publishers 1945
  • 000060 Spratt, Philip New look at Marx. London Phoenix House 1957
  • 000061 Dawson, J.A. Socialism and war: the Marxist attitude to Nazism. Melbourne Workers' Literature Bureau 1943
  • 000062 Aveling, Edward Student's Marx. London George Allen & Unwin 1920
  • 000063 Bakunin, Michael Marxism, freedom and the state. London Freedom Press 1950
  • 000064 History of the working class: the Great French Revolution. New York International Publishers 193-
  • 000065 History of the working class: 1st International & Paris Commune. New York International Publishers 193-
  • 000066 Pascal, Roy Karl Marx, 1843-1943: political foundations. London Labour Monthly 1943
  • 000067 Perchik, L. Karl Marx. New York International Publishers 1934
  • 000068 Lenin, V.I. Teachings of Karl Marx. New York International Publishers 1930
  • 000069 Pannekoek, Anton Marxism and Darwinism. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1912
  • 000070 Mandel, Ernest Marxist theory of the state. New York Merit Publishers 1969
  • 000071 Aptheker, Herbert On the nature of revolution: the Marxist theory of social change. New York New Century Publishers 1959
  • 000072 Jerome, V.J. Culture in a changing world: a Marxist approach. New York New Century Publishers 1947
  • 000073 Trotsky, Leon Marxism in the United States. New York Workers Party Publications 1947
  • 000074 De Leon, Daniel Marx on Mallock, or, facts vs. fiction. Glasgow Socialist Labour Party 1908
  • 000075 Dutt, R. Palme Marxism after fifty years. London Labour Monthly 1933
  • 000196 Le Leon, Daniel Marxian science and the colleges. New York New York Labor News Co. 1932
  • 000216 Kahan-Coates, Zelda Karl Marx: his life and teaching. London British Socialist Party 1918
  • 000225 Johnson, Hewlett Marxism and the individual. London Lawrence & Wishart 1943
  • 000234 Williams, A.L. What is Marxism? London N.C.L.C. Publishing Society 193-?
  • 000273 De Leon, Daniel Marx on Mallock, or facts vs. fiction. New York New York Labor News Co. 1908?
  • 000334 Radek, Karl Proletarian dictatorship and terrorism. Detroit Marxian Educational Society 192-
  • 000368 Waton, Harry Marxist: introduction and aid to the study of Capital. New York Workers' Educat'l Institute 1925
  • 000381 Marx and Engels: biographies & bibliography. Colombo, Sri Lanka Lanka Samasamaja Publ. 1956
  • 000523 Marx, Karl Workers' inquiry. Colombo, Sri Lanka Lanka Samasamaja Publ. 1955
  • 000570 Novack, George Understanding history: Marxist essays. New York Pathfinder Press 1972
  • 000571 Mandel, Ernest Marxist theory of the state. New York Pathfinder Press 1971
  • 000588 Novack, George Empiricism and its evolution: a Marxist view. New York Pathfinder Press 1971
  • 000589 Mandel, Ernest Decline of the dollar: a Marxist view of the monetary crisis. New York Pathfinder Press 1972
  • 000599 Mandel, Ernest Inconsistencies of state capitalism. London International Marxist Group 1969
  • 001370 Plekhanov, George Role of the individual in history. New York International Publishers 1940
  • 001375 Brown, William Montgomery Teachings of Marx for girls and boys. Galion, Ohio Bradford-Brown Educational Co. 1935
  • 001376 Mandel, Ernest Marxist theory of alienation: three essays. New York Pathfinder Press 1973
  • 001673 Keracher, John Crime: its causes and consequences. Chicago Proletarian Party of America 1937?
  • 001674 Keracher, John Crime: its causes and consequences. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1937?
  • 003139 Warde, William F. Long view of history. New York Pioneer Publishers 1960
  • 003140 Warde, William F. Irregular movement of history: the Marxist law... London New Park Publications 1957
  • 003180 Haldane, J.B.S. Dialectical materialism and modern science. London Labour Monthly 1940?
  • 003443 Shachtman, Max Marxist politics or unprinciples combinationism? S.l. s.n. 1936?
  • 003444 Marx, Karl Three essays..selected from the economic philosopical manuscripts S.l. s.n. 1947
  • 003553 Socialist Workers Party ABC of Marxism (outline course #1) New York Socialist Workers Party 193-?
  • 003966 American Journal of Sociology (v.78, no.1) Chicago, Ill. University of Chicago 1972
  • 003978 Marxism today (v.3, no.8) London Central Books, Ltd. 1959
  • 003979 World Marxist Review (v.2, no.8) Toronto Progress Books 1959
  • 004058 Plekhanov, G.V. Fundamental problems of Marxism. S.l. s.n. n.d.
  • 004087 Warde, William Dialectical materialism : outline course #3. New York Socialist Workers Party 194-?
  • 004088 Creel, Warren Course in Marxian value and the market. New York Socialist Workers Party 1945
  • 004089 Chester, Bob Introduction to Marxist economics. New York Socialist Workers Party 1945
  • 004090 Warde, William Introduction to the logic of Marxism : eight lectures. New York Socialist Workers Party 194-?
  • 004091 ABC of Marxism : outline course #1. New York Socialist Workers Party 194-?
  • 004099 Bulletin of the Marxist Policy Committee (v.1, no.6) Chicago s.n. 1937

 McCarthyism

  • 002971 Socialist Workers Party Stop McCarthyism! Your stake in the fight. New York Pioneer Publishers 1954
  • 002972 Socialist Workers Party McCarthyism: American fascism on the march. New York Pioneer Publishers 1953
  • 003332 Sheil, Bernard J. Bishop Sheil on McCarthy. Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003901 McCarthy, Joe McCarthyism : the fight for America New York Devin-Adair 1952
  • 003907 Strack, Mrs. Henry Deland. Marxism in Christmas Cards. Washington, DC National Defense Comm. D.A.R. 1957
  • 003908 Living Our Convictions with Gratitude. Washington, DC National Defense Comm. D.A.R. 1957
  • 003909 United World Federalists, Inc. Washington, DC National Defense Comm. D.A.R. 1957?

 Mexico

  • 002329 Confederacion de Trabajadores de Mexico Informe del Comite Nacional : report of the National Committee... Mexico, D.F. Confederacion de Trabajadores 1937
  • 002330 Boracres, Paul Mexican petroleum : stolen property? Mexico, D.F. Sindicato de Trabajadores Pet. 1938?

 Middle East

  • 002313 Cliff, T. Middle East at the cross roads. London Revolutionary Communist Party 1946
  • 002314 Davidson, Basil What the Arab world really wants. London Union of Democratic Control 1956
  • 003195 U.S. Dept. of the Army. Middle East: tricontinental hub, a strategic survey. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1965
  • 003206 Militant Israel & the Arabs: Militant readers debate the Mideast conflict. New York Merit Publishers 1969
  • 003676 Kanev, I. Refugees: the real figures. S.l. s.n. 1967
  • 003677 Socialist Workers Party Basic training course in Trotskyism. New York Socialist Workers Party 1940?

 Miscellaneous

  • 003147 Reiser, Oliver L. Philosophy for world unification: scientific humanism... Gerard, Kansas Haldeman-Julius 1946
  • 003168 Haldeman-Julius, E. Bunk box: collection of the bits of bunk that infest Anerican... Gerard, Kansas Haldeman-Julius 192-?
  • 003179 Korwin, Laurence E. Manual of promotion at supermarkets. Chicago New Products Council 1960
  • 003183 Darrow, Clarence Wisdom of Clarence Darrow. Gerard, Kansas Haldeman-Julius 1947
  • 003199 Sachtleben, Rudolf Spotlights on the history of transportation of fluids. Hanover, Germany Preussag Aktiengesellschaft 1964

 New Zealand

  • 002584 Sutch, W.B. New Zealand's labor government at work. New York League for Indus. Democracy 1940
  • 003486 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Labor law and practice in New Zealand. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967

 Nigeria

  • 002326 Diamond, Stanley Nigeria: model of a colonial failure. New York American Committee on Africa 1967

 Okinawa

  • 002641 Japan Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee Okinawa under U.S. occupation. Tokyo Japan Afro-Asian Solidar. Com. 1962

 Pakistan

  • 002589 Burki, Shahid Javed Pakistan: a demographic report. Washington, D.C. Population Reference Bureau 1973
  • 003548 Alavi, Hamza A. Land reform in Pakistan. London Intl. Soc. for Socialist Stud. 1959

 Public Affairs Pamphlets

  • #032 001975 Voorhis, Jerry Cooperatives look ahead. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1952
  • #040 001976 Dallas, Helen Chain stores: pro and con. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1942
  • #042 001977 Taylor, Paul S. Adrift on the land. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1940
  • #071 001978 Brown, Earl and Leighton, George R. Negro and the war. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1942
  • #076 001979 Carskadon, T.R. Workers and bosses are human: collective bargaining at work. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1943
  • #085 001980 Benedict, Ruth and Weltfish, Gene Races of mankind. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1953
  • #085 001981 Benedict, Ruth and Weltfish, Gene Races of mankind. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #087 001982 Brown, Earl Why race riots?: lessons from Detroit. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1944
  • #089 001983 Hill, F.F. and Harper, F.A. Have we food enough for all? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1944
  • #094 001984 Livingston, J.A. Reconversion, the job ahead. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1944
  • #095 001985 Stewart, Maxwell S. Negro in America. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #095 001986 Stewart, Maxwell S. Negro in America. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1944
  • #097A 001987 Freeman, Lucy Better human relations: the challenge of social work. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #098 001988 Yahraes, Herbert Now, a brighter future for the epileptic. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #099 001989 Stewart, Maxwell S. What foreign trade means to you. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1945
  • #113 001990 Duvall, Evelyn Millis Building your marriage. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #114A 001991 Stuart, John Air travel comes of age. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #126A 001992 Taubenhaus, Marjorie Rheumatic fever New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #127 001993 Duvall, Evelyn Millis Keeping up with teen-agers. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #131 001994 Lawton, George and Stewart, Maxwell S. When you grow older. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #136B 001995 Guttmacher, Alan F. and Gould, Joan New facts about birth control. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #136C 001996 Ogg, Elizabeth New chapter in family planning. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #137 001997 Blakeslee, Howard Know your heart. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #143 001998 Cushman, Robert E. New threats to American freedoms. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1948
  • #144 001999 Lambert, Clara Understanding your child from 6 to 12. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #149 002000 Hymes, James L. How to tell your child about sex. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #151 002001 Nichols, Osgood and Carskadon, T.R. Can labor and management work together? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1959
  • #157 002002 Neisser, Walter and Edith Making the grade as dad. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #158B 002003 Saltman, Jules Meeting the challenge of cerebral palsy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #161 002004 Eckert, Ralph G. So you think it's love! New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #166 002005 Blakeslee, Alton L. Arthritis, tis treatment and problems. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #168 002006 Crosby, Alexander L. Your blood pressure and your arteries. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #173 002007 Carson, Ruth So you want to adopt a baby. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #174 002008 Neisser, Edith G. How to be a good mother-in-law and grandmother. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #179 002009 Loyalty and security in a democracy: a roundtable report. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #179 002010 Loyalty in a democracy: a roundtable report. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1952
  • #180S 002011 Mattison, Berwyn F. and Richman, T. Lefoy Community health services: the case of the missing mileposts. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #181 002012 McLean, Joseph E. Politics is what you make it. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1954
  • #182 002013 Close, Kathryn Getting ready to retire. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #184 002014 Blakeslee, Alton L. How to live with heart trouble. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #192 002015 Osborne, Ernest Democracy begins in the home. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #194 002016 Walton, Eloise Let's work together in community service. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1953
  • #199 002017 Hullfish, H. Gordon Keeping our schools free. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1955
  • #202 002018 Humphrey, Hubert H. Stranger at our gate: America's immigration policy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1954
  • #204 002019 Black, Algernon D. If I marry outside my religion. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #205 002020 Close, Kathryn Do you need a lawyer? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1954
  • #206 002021 Altmeyer, Arthur J. Your stake in Social Security. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1954
  • #208 002022 Ogg, Elizabeth When parents grow old. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #209 002023 Ashmore, Harry S. Segregation and the schools. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1954
  • #210 002024 Jacob, Walter New hope for the retarded child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #213 002025 Duvall, Evelyn and Sylvanus Saving your marriage. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #216 002026 Osborne, Ernest How to teach your child about work. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #219 002027 Wishik, Samuel M. How to help your handicapped child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #220A 002028 McGrady, Pat Cigarettes and health. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #226 002029 DeWitte, William A. United Nations: ten years of achievement. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1955
  • #227 002030 Barth, Alan When Congress investigates. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1955
  • #229 002031 Ogg, Elizabeth Psychologists in action. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #230 002032 Neuberger, Richard L. Our natural resources and their conservation. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #231 002033 Osborne, Ernest How to choose a camp for your child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #232 002034 Polier, Justine Wise Back to what woodshed? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #233 002035 Mabley, Jack Who's on first?: fair play for all American's. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #234 002036 Landis, Paul H. Coming of age: problems of teen-agers. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #235 002037 Spingarn, Jerome H. Is disarmament possible? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #236 002038 Kirkendall, Lester A. Too young to marry? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #237 002039 Heilbroner, Robert L. This growing world: economic development and the World Bank. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #239 002040 Ross, Helen Shy child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #240 002041 Lehrman, Hal Portrait of Israel: myth and reality. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #241 002042 Cochran, Clay L. and Ross, Ron Case for competition in electric power. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #242 002043 Heard, Alexander Money and politics. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #243 002044 Applebaum, Stella B. and Kavinoky, Nadina R. Understanding your menopause. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #244 002045 Fleming, Harold C. and Constable, John What's happening in school integration? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1956
  • #245 002046 Hirsh, Selma Fear and prejudice. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #246 002047 Schisgall, Oscar Enemy property issue. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #247 002048 Gruenberg, Sidonie Matsner and Krech, Hilda Sidney Modern mother's dilemma. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #248 002049 Shepard, David A. Liberal education in an industrial society. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #250 002050 Mace, David R. What is marriage counseling? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #254 002051 Neisser, Edith G. Your child's sense of responsibility. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #255 002052 Grambs, Jean D. Guide to school integration. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #256 002053 Crow, James F. Effects of radiation and fallout. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #257 002054 Frye, William R. U.N. peace force? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #258 002055 Lindsay, David R. What's ahead for civil service? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #259 002056 Ogg, Elizabeth Good news for stroke victims. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1957
  • #262 002057 Barbash, Jack Labor movement in the United States. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #264 002058 Wolf, Anna W.M. Your child's emotional health. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #265 002059 Deutsch, Albert World Health Organization: its global battle against disease. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #266 002060 Hechinger, Fred M. Worrying about college? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #267 002061 Cunningham, Robert M. Your operation. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #268 002062 Hoffman, Paul We must find a basis for peace. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #269 002063 Osborne, Ernest When you lose a loved one. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #270 002064 Stewart, Maxwell S. How can we stay prosperous? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #271 002065 Ogg, Elizabeth Out of the shadows: the story of muscular dystrophy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #271S 002066 Ogg, Elizabeth New hope for dystrophics. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #272 002067 Gould, Joan Will my baby be born normal? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #273 002068 Black, Algernon D. Who's my neighbor? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #274 002069 LeShan, Eda J. You and your adopted child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #275 002070 Holly, Hazel What's in the air? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1958
  • #276 002071 Hart, Evelyn Making the most of your years. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #278 002072 Larrick, Nancy Your child and his reading: how parents can help. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #280 002073 Padover, Saul K. Understanding foreign policy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #283 002074 Yahraes, Herbert Making medical care better, and easier to pay for, too. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1959
  • #285 002075 Gruenberg, Sidonie M. and Krech, Hilda Sidney Your child's friends. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #286 002076 Ogg, Elizabeth When a family faces cander. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #287 002077 Wolf, Anna W.M. and Stein, Lucille One-parent family. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #288 002078 Hart, Evelyn How retarded children can be helped. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #289 002079 Steward, Maxwell S. Taxes we pay. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #290 002080 Mace, David R. What makes a marriage happy? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #291 002081 Carson, Ruth Your child may be a gifted child. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #294 002082 Milt, Harry Middle age, threat or promise? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #295 002083 Wood, Maxine Blindness: ability, not disability. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #299 002084 King, Charles Glen and Lam, Gwen Personality "plus" through diet: foodlore for teen-agers. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #300 002085 Saltman, Jules Paraplegia: a head, a heart, and two big wheels. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #301 002086 Stewart, Maxwell S. Labor and the public. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #302 002087 Margolius, Sidney How to stretch your money: modern techniques of money management. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #303 002088 Inglis, David R. Testing and taming of nuclear weapons. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #304 002089 Stewart, Maxwell S. That no man shall hunger! New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #306 002090 Osborn, Frederick This crowded world. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1960
  • #308 002091 Heilbroner, Robert L. Forging a united Europe: the story of the European Community. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #309 002092 Guttmacher, Alan F. and Gould, Joan Why can't you have a baby? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #311 002093 MacVane, John Embassy extraordinary: the U.S. mission to the United Nations. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #313 002094 Hoffman, Paul G. Greatest challenge of all. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #315 002095 Canfield, Norton You and your hearing. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #316 002096 Maslow, Will and Cohen, Richard School segregation, northern style. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #317 002097 Stewart, Maxwell S. Investing for income and security. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #319 002098 Coyle, David Cushman United Nations, what it is. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #319S 002099 Coyle, David Cushman United Nations, what it does. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #320 002100 Darby, William J. and Lam, Gwen Food and science, today and tomorrow. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #321 002101 Osborne, Ernest You and your child's school. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1961
  • #323 002102 Frank, Josette Children and TV. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #324 002103 McGrady, Pat Science against cancer. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #326 002104 Saltman, Jules Emphysema: when the breath of life falters. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #327 002105 Cohen, Richard Sunday in the sixties. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #328 002106 Stewart, Maxwell, S. European Common Market and the United States. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #330 002107 Calder, Ritchie Growing up with UNICEF. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #331 002108 Bloomfield, Lincoln Peaceful uses of space. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #332 002109 Crowther, Bosley Movies and censorship. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #334 002110 Dean, Vera Micheles Roads to peace. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #335 002111 Saltman, Jules Multiple sclerosis: new hope in an old mystery. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #337 002112 Brecher, Ruth and Edward Delinquent and the law. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1962
  • #339 002113 Gregg, James R. Parents' guide to children's vision. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #340 002114 McGrady, Pat Leukemia: key to the cancer puzzle? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #341 002115 Ogg, Elizabeth When a family faces stress. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #342 002116 Margolius, Sidney How to pay for your child's college education. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #343 002117 Harrison, Emma Public welfare. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #344 002118 Jennison, Peter Freedom to read. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #345 002119 Yahraes, Herbert C. Caring for your feet. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #346 002120 Neisser, Edith G. School failures and dropouts. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #347 002121 Stern, Edith M. Full life after 65. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #348 002122 Margolius, Sidney Guide to consumer credit. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #349 002123 Hill, Margaret Retarded child gets ready for school. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #351 002124 Pomfret, John D. New opportunities for depressed areas. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #353 002125 Carson, Ruth Your new baby. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1963
  • #353S 002126 Riker, Audrey Palm Breastfeeding. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #354 002127 Cole, Gordon H. and Margolius, Sidney When you gamble, you risk more than your money. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #355 002128 Milt, Harry Young adults and their parents. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #357 002129 Archer, Jules and Yahraes, Dixie Leppert What should parents expect from children? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #358 002130 Dodge, Philip J. People help themselves through cooperatives. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #359 002131 Stewart, Maxwell S. Finding able men and women for city careers. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #360 002132 Margolius, Sidney How to finance your home. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #362 002133 Stewart, Maxwell S. Poor among us, challenge and opportunity. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #363 002134 Graves, Judy Keeping your teeth healthy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #366 002135 Kirkendall, Lester A. and Ogg, Elizabeth Sex and our society. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #367 002136 Paulsen, Monrad G. Equal justice for the poor man. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1964
  • #369 002137 Milt, Harry What can you do about quarreling? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #371 002138 Hart, Evelyn Homemaker services for families and individuals. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #373 002139 Young, Margaret B. How to bring up your child without prejudice. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #374 002140 Stewart, Maxwell S. Can we save our cities?: the story of urban renewal. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #375 002141 Hunt, J. McV. What you should know about educational testing. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #376 002142 Carson, Ruth Nine months to get ready: the importance of prenatal care. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #378 002143 Stewart, Maxwell S. Balance of payments crisis. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #380 002144 Ogg, Elizabeth Divorce. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #381 002145 Sunley, Robert How to help your child in school. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #382 002146 Margolius, Sidney Buyer, be wary! New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1965
  • #383 002147 Kaplan, H. Eliot How to get better government: a citizens' guidebook to action. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #386 002148 Blakeslee, Alton It's not too late to stop smoking cigarettes! New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #387 002149 Sands, Harry and Seaver, Jacqueline Epilepsy: today's encouraging outlook. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #388 002150 Genne, Elizabeth and William Camping with the family. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #393 002151 Stewart, Maxwell S. New look at our crowded world. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #394 002152 Scott, John Finley So you're going to college! New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #396 002153 Black, Algernon D. Fair play in housing: who's my neighbor? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1966
  • #399 002154 Wolfe, Ann G. Differences can enrich our lives: helping children prepare... New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #400 002155 Leventhal, Sharon Job discrimination is illegal: a guide to legal action. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #401 002156 Seaver, Jacqueline Cerebral palsy: more hope than ever. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #402 002157 Hill, Margaret What to expect from school counselors. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #404 002158 Margolius, Sidney Paying for a college education. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #405 002159 Bienvenu, Millard Helping the slow learner. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #407 002160 Einstein, Bernice W. Guide to success in college. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #410 002161 Bienvenu, Millard Talking it over at home: problems in family communication. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #411 002162 Fribourg, Marjorie G. Reapportionment crisis. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #412 002163 Margolius, Sidney Family money problems. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1967
  • #413 002164 Ogg, Elizabeth New ways to better communities. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #414 002165 McMahon, Ernest E. Evening college: the big second chance. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #416 002166 Stewart, Maxwell S. and Duffy, Helene What inflation and tight money mean to you. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #418 002167 Haitch, Richard Orphans of the living: the foster care crisis. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #419 002168 Allison, Junius L. Juvenile court comes of age. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #423 002169 Tucker, Sterling Why the ghetto must go. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #424 002170 Klemer, Richard H. and Margaret G. Early years of marriage. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #425 002171 Rice, Robert Challenge of crime. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #426 002172 Milt, Harry Alcoholics and alcoholism. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1968
  • #428 002173 Ogg, Elizabeth Tell me where to turn: growth of information and referral service New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #429 002174 Pilpel, Harriet F. and Norwick, Kenneth P. When should abortion be legal? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #431 002175 Dirks, Lee E. Ecumenical movement. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #432 002176 Ogg, Elizabeth We can conquer uterine cancer. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #433 002177 Sax, Joseph L. Law and justice. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #434 002178 Pei, Mario Wanted: a world language. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #438 002179 Bienvenu, Millard J. Parent-teenager communication: bridging the generation gap. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1969
  • #443 002180 Berland, Theodore How to keep your teeth after 30. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #444 002181 Stewart, Maxwell S. Chance for every child: case for children's allowances. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #445 002182 Bryant, John E. Helping your child speak correctly. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #446 002183 Irwin, Theodore Better health in later years. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #453 002184 Margolius, Sidney Responsible consumer. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #456 002185 Peterson, James A. Marriage and love in the middle years. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1970
  • #458 002186 Soyka, Patrica W. Unlocking human resources: a career in social work. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #461 002187 Stewart, Maxwell S. Money for our cities: is revenue sharing the answer? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #464 002188 Irwin, Theodore How to cope with crises. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #466 002189 Genne, Elizabeth and William Building a marriage on two altars. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #468 002190 LeShan, Eda J. Mates and roommates: new styles in young marriages. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #470 002191 LaCrosse, E. Robert Day care for America's children. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1971
  • #473 002192 Dickman, Irving R. Living with blindness. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1972
  • #477 002193 Norwick, Kenneth P. Pornography: the issues and the law. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1972
  • #481 002194 Lekachman, Robert Public service employment: jobs for all. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1972
  • #489 002195 Emerson, Thomas I. Bill of Rights today. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1973
  • #496 002196 Read, Clifton R. Can we conquer cancer? New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1973
  • #517 002197 Saltman, Jules VD: epidemic amoung teenagers. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets 1974

 Patriotism

  • 001683 President's Commission on National Goals. Goals for Americans. S.l. Advertising Council 1960
  • 001684 Hoover, Herbert American individualism. Rockford, Ill. Herbert Hoover Pres. Lib. Assn 1971
  • 001702 Beck, Dave Legacy of liberty: a radio address... S.l. s.n. 1949

 Philippines

  • 002208 Phillips, Goerge What price Philippine independence? New York New Century Publishers 1946

 Poetry

  • 000662 Federman, David Friends, living & dead. Detroit Artists' Workshop Press 1966
  • 000663 Shoemaker, Alvaro Ole-ad. Seattle, Wash. Equity Printing Co. 1921
  • 000664 Cook, Roy J. One hundred and one famous poems: with a prose supplement. Chicago Cable Company 1928
  • 000665 Sinclair, Upton Hell: a verse drama and photo-play. Pasadena, Calif. Sinclair 1923
  • 000666 Gomez, Manuel Poems for workers. Chicago Workers Party of America 192-
  • 000667 Patchen, Kenneth Poems of humor & protest. San Francisco City Lights Books 1959
  • 000668 Ginsberg, Allen Howl and other poems. San Francisco City Lights Books 1956
  • 000669 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence Pictures of the gone world. San Francisco City Lights Books 1955
  • 000670 Ransom, John Crowe American poetry at mid-century Washington, D.C. Library of Congress 1958
  • 000671 Romine, Auda We protest. S.l. Romine 1959
  • 000672 Kupferberg, Tuli Snow job. New York Poets Union Press 1959
  • 000673 Shaw, Bernard Devil's disciple. Baltimore, Md. Penguin Books 1955
  • 000674 Rodman, Thomas P. Poem recited before the New Bedford Mechanics Association. New Bedford, Mass. Benjamin T. Congdon 1833
  • 001661 Beecher, John And I will be heard. New York Twice a Year Press 1940
  • 001833 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence Tentative description of a dinner...impeachment of Eisenhower. San Francisco Golden Mountain Press 1958
  • 003169 Untermeyer, Louis Robert Frost: a backward look. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress 1964

 Poland

  • 002245 Brody, Alter Behind the Polish-Soviet break. New York Soviet Russia Today 1942?
  • 002360 Central Council of Trade Unions Documents of the 4th Congress of Polish Trade Unions. Warsaw Central Coun. of Trade Unions 1958
  • 003771 Polish Labor Group Poland fights. (Vol.3, no.30) New York Polish Labor Group 1943

 Politics

  • 001704 United Labor League of Ohio Robert Alphonso Taft story: it's on the record! S.l. United Labor League of Ohio 1950?
  • 001706 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on prices. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001707 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on taxes. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001708 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on corruption. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001709 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on foreign policy. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001710 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on politics. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001711 CIO Political Action Committee 52 facts on civil rights. Washington, D.C. CIO Political Action Committee 1952
  • 001820 Dennis, Eugene People against the trusts... New York New Century Publishers 1946
  • 001821 National Educational Committee for a New Party Ideas for a new party: provisional declaration of principles... Chicago National Educational Committee 1946
  • 001822 Bond, Julian Black candidates: southern campaign experiences. Atlanta Voter Education Project 1969
  • 001824 Liberal Party General election, 1900: set of leaflets. London Liberal Party 1900
  • 001826 Chamber of Commerce of the United States Political precinct: action course in practical politics. Washington, D.C. Chamber of Commerce of the US 1959
  • 001827 O'Connor, Henry Republican political handbook for public speakers and local comm. New York Evening Post Steam Press 1880
  • 001828 Cook, Walter Henry Secret political societies in the South during ...Reconstruction. Cleveland Evangelical Publishing House 19--
  • 001829 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America We, or they?: vote for your candidate, Roosevelt! New York? Amalgamated Clothing Workers 1938
  • 001830 Gaer, Joseph What every voter should know and do in 1946. New York CIO Political Action Comm. 1946
  • 001831 Bernard, Bertram M. Election laws of the 48 states: how to register and vote. New York Oceana Publications 1950
  • 001832 AFL-CIO Why Richard M. Nixon must be impeached now. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1973?
  • 001834 Morals in politics: a collection of essays... New York New Leader Publishing Co. 1945
  • 001835 Snow, John Howland Government by treason. New York Domestic and Foreign Affairs 1946
  • 001836 King, Judson Utility records of the presidential candidates... Washington, D.C. National Popular Govt. League 1936
  • 001837 Commons, John R. Horace Greeley and the working class origins of the Repub. Party. Boston Ginn & Company 1909
  • 001841 Humphrey, Hubert H. Challenge of 1958: speech of Hon. Hubert H. Humphrey... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1958
  • 001842 Morse, Wayne Wiretapping proposals threaten historic gains ... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1954
  • 001843 Morse, Wayne Perversion of the Taft-Hartley Act by the Eisenhower NLRB... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1956
  • 001869 Republican National Committee Boondoggles...and you pay the bill. Washington, D.C. Republican National Committee 1936
  • 001930 Labour Party Signposts for the sixties: speakers' notes no. 1. London Labour Party 1962
  • 001969 Whither are we drifting? S.l. s.n. 192-
  • 002579 Mexican-American Political Association/UFW Let us remember: neustros martires...vote for Hubert H. Humphrey. Los Angeles United Farm Workers 1968
  • 002999 Lehman, Herbert H. Strait jacket of fear. Milwaukee Lehman 1953
  • 003094 National Maritime Union National Maritime Union...backs Hubert H. Humphrey. New York National Maritime Union 1968
  • 003108 Warning: Wallace no friend of working people or their unions. Birmingham, Ala. Alabama Unionists... 1968
  • 003153 League for Industrial Democracy State of the student movement, 1970. New York League for Indus. Democracy 1970
  • 003156 Read, Leonard E. Pattern for revolt. New York Joseph D. McGuire 1948
  • 003159 Childs, Richard S. Short ballot: a movement to simplify politics. New York Short Ballot Organization 1909
  • 003161 Garlin, Sender Real Huey P. Long. New York Workers Library Publishers 1935
  • 003165 Nixon, Richard M. State of the Union address... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1971
  • 003166 Friends Committee on National Legislation Annual report. Washington, D.C. Friends Committee 1960
  • 003185 Mazo, Earl et al. Great debates : [Kennedy-Nixon debates]. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1962
  • 003186 Wheeler, Harvey Restoration of politics. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1965
  • 003187 Wheeler, Harvey Rise and fall of liberal democracy. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1966
  • 003188 Buchanan, Scott So reason can rule: the Constitution revisited. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1967
  • 003196 Official program commemorating the inaug. of Harry S. Truman. Washington, D.C. s.n. 1949
  • 003197 Wright, Fred Goldwater coloring book. New York Marzani & Munsell 1964
  • 003211 Congressional Quarterly Politics in America, 1945-1964. Washington, D.C. Congressional Quarterly 1965
  • 003246 Democratic National Convention Program Book Comm. Democratic National Convention program. Washington, D.C. Democratic National Comm. 1964
  • 003263 Davis, Rennie and Hayden, Tom Movement campaign 1968: an election year offensive. S.l. s.n. 1968
  • 003284 Nixon, Richard What's right with America: excerpts of remarks... S.l. s.n. 1970
  • 003388 Baker, Charles R. Insights into U.S. Senator Stephen M. Young's 1964 victory... Toledo, Ohio BURR Communications Agency 1964
  • 003462 AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education Humphrey vs. Nixon, 1948-1968: twenty years of contrast. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1968
  • 003473 Ohio Democratic Party Human concern. S.l. Ohio Democratic Party 197-?
  • 003489 Schachter, Leon B. & Mayer, Arnold Political and legislative prospects in 1960. S.l. Amalgamated Meat Cutters 1960
  • 003492 AFL-CIO Making of a campaign issue: Nixon at the AFL-CIO Convention. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1971
  • 003507 Know your Congress: 88th Congress, 2nd session... Washington, D.C. Capitol Publishers, Inc. 1964
  • 003515 AFL-CIO Helping to write your nation's laws. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO Pamphlet Division 1965
  • 003712 Newberry, Mike Goldwater-ism. New York Marzani & Munsell 1964
  • 003785 Democratic National Committee Democratic digest. (August 1953) Washington,D.C. Democratic National Committee 1953
  • 003786 American opinion: an informal review. (Vol.6, no.10) Belmont, Mass. Robert Welch 1963
  • 003793 Realist: freethought criticism and satire. (No.39) New York Realist 1962
  • 003816 Freedom's voice. Camp Lake, Wisc. Freedom's Voice 1964
  • 003861 Utley, S.W. On the road to Moscow. Minneapolis Citizens Alliance 1934
  • 003891 Story of Bob Taft. Oberlin, Ohio Ohio Comm.of Indep. Voters 1950
  • 003893 Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Address by Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the Teamsters Convention. Washington, D.C. Democratic National Committee 1944
  • 003920 Chance, Charles W. et. al Representation and reapportionment. Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University 1965
  • 003930 Statesman (v.6, no.1) Chicago, Ill. Statesman Publishing Co. 1889
  • 003931 Statesman (v.6, no.2) Chicago, Ill. Statesman Publishing Co. 1889
  • 003969 Status of the world's nations. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept. of State 1969
  • 003977 Plain Talk (v.4, no.6) New York Plain Talk 1929
  • 003981 Idiot (no.3) San Francisco Idiot 1965
  • 004025 Abel-Burke-Molony Campaign spotlight (v.1, no.3) Chicago Intl Committee to Elect... 1965
  • 004054 Political quarterly (v.29, no.2) London Stevens & Son 1958
  • 004055 American Liberal (v.3, no.8) San Francisco Western Independent Publ. 1962

 Population

  • 003493 Commission on Population Growth & the Amer. Future Population growth and America's future. New York Planned Parenthood-World Popul 1971
  • 003495 AT & T Economic Analysis Section Population growth: boon or calamity? S.l. American Telephone & Telegraph 1971

 Poverty

  • 001685 Sweet, J. Stouder Poverty in the U.S.A. New York Public Affairs Pamphlet 1967
  • 001686 Sinclair, Upton I, Governor of California, and how I ended poverty... Los Angeles End Poverty League 1934
  • 001948 Sinclair, Upton We, poeple of America, and how we ended poverty... Los Angeles End Poverty League 1934
  • 003099 U.S. HEW. Children's Bureau About the poor: some facts and some fictions. Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1967
  • 003124 Weisskopf, Walter A. et al. Looking forward: the abundant society. Santa Barbara, Calif. Ctr. for Study of Dem. Inst. 1966
  • 003292 Cuyahoga County Welfare Department Annual report. Cleveland Cuyahoga County Welfare Dept. 1973
  • 003414 Cornman, Ronald Evans Social welfare organizations. S.l. s.n. 1968
  • 003890 Inter-Denominational Committee What is wrong with the Community Chest? Toledo, Ohio Inter-Denominational Committee 1927?

 Prussia

  • 002487 Marx, Karl and Engels, Frederick Reactionary Prussianism. New York International Publishers 193-?

 Racism

  • 001373 Rose, Arnold Roots of prejudice. Paris UNESCO 1951
  • 001529 UNESCO What is race? Paris UNESCO 1952
  • 001530 Commission on Interracial Cooperation Understanding our neighbors: a factual study... Atlanta Commission on Interracial Coop 1943
  • 001531 Rustin, Bayard Interracial primer: how you can help relieve tension... New York Fellowship of Reconciliation 1944
  • 001532 Klein, Woody News media and race relations: a self portrait. New York Columbia Journalism Review 1968
  • 001533 Socialist Labor Party Race prejudice...why?: who benefits from it? New York Socialist Labor Party 1956
  • 001534 Pettigrew, Thomas F. Racially separate or together? New York Anti-Defamation League 1969
  • 001535 International Union of Electrical Workers Race hate. Washington, D.C. Intl. Union of Electr. Workers 1957
  • 001536 Grier, Eunice and Grier, George Case studies in racially mixed housing: Sunnyhills, Milpitas, Ca. Washington, D.C. Washington Ctr for Metro. Stud 1962
  • 001537 Seidenberg, Jacob Negroes in the work group: study of selected employment practices Ithaca, NY Cornell University 1950
  • 001538 American Missionary Association If your next neighbors are Negroes. Nashville, TN American Missionary Assoc. 195-
  • 001614 Indian who never got home. Detroit UAW 1952
  • 001615 Souls don't have color. Detroit UAW 1952
  • 001668 Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee. Sleepy Lagoon case. Los Angeles Sleepy Lagoon Defense Comm. 1943
  • 002735 Mao Tse-Tung Statement by Comrade Mao Tse-Tung...in support of Afro-American.. Peking Foreign Languages Press 1968
  • 003118 Klineberg, Otto Race and psychology. Paris Unesco 1951
  • 003122 Chalmers, W. Ellison & Cormick, Gerald W., eds. Racial conflict & negotiations: perspectives & first case studies Ann Arbor University of Michigan 1971
  • 003202 Smith, M. Brewster & Piliavin, Jane Allyn Schools and prejudice: findings. New York Praeger 1969
  • 003203 Berger, Stephen D. Social consequences of residential segregation of the ...Negro. New York Metro. Applied Research Center 1970
  • 003251 Hate: the voice of extremism. [poster] S.l. s.n. 1964?
  • 003283 Jewish Labor Committee Intolerance, your greatest enemy. New York Jewish Labor Committee 1944
  • 003333 Lucey, Robert E. Texas archbishop and the Negro boy: an interview... Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003338 Allport, Gordon W. Bigot in our midst. New York Community Relations Service 195-?
  • 003339 Ross, Irwin Town that took its own pulse. New York Community Relations Service 1950
  • 003340 Paton, Alan Negro in America today. Detroit UAW-CIO 1954
  • 003355 Southern Regional Council Racial discrimination in the Southern Frderal Courts. Atlanta Southern Regional Council 1965
  • 003356 Green, William Organized labor knows the score. New York Labor Reports 194-?
  • 003513 Robbins, Jhan & Robbins, June Why didn't they hit back? New York Congress of Racial Equality 1963
  • 003670 Weiss, Murry Notes for a discussion on the Negro question. New York Socialist Workers Party 1945
  • 003688 Socialist Workers Party On the "Negro question" draft thesis. New York Socialist Workers Party 1948
  • 003916 United Automobile Workers To stamp out discrimination : a handbook. Detroit UAW 1944?
  • 003964 Journal of Human Relations (v.14, no.1, 4) Wilberforce, Ohio Central State University 1966
  • 003478 Hanna, Hilton E. Black backside: a convocation address. St. Paul, Minn. AMC & BW of North America 1969

 Rationalism

  • 001363 Robertson, J.M. Charles Bradlaugh. London Watts & Co. 1920
  • 001752 Allen, Grant Evolution of the idea of God: an inquiry into the origins of rel. London Watts & Co. 1918
  • 003773 Friendship Liberal League Liberal. (Vol.4, no.4) Philadelphia Friendship Liberal League 1950

 Reading

  • #01 002198 Lapp, Ralph Space science. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1962
  • #02 002199 Hayes, Bartlett H. Contemporary arts. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1962
  • #03 002200 Douglas, William O. Freedom of the mind. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1962
  • #04 002201 Bates, Marston Expanding population in a shrinking world. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1963
  • #05 002202 Heilbroner, Robert L. World of economics. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1963
  • #06 002203 Gassner, John World of contemporary drama. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1965
  • #08 002204 Goldschmidt, Walter Cultural anthropology. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1967
  • #09 002205 Hook, Sidney Contemporary philosophy. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1968
  • #10 002206 Lasswell, Harold D. Man and his government. New York Public Affairs Pamphlets/ALA 1968

 Religion

  • 001722 Locke, John Letter concerning toleration. New York Liberal Arts Press 1950
  • 001723 Lewis, Joseph Jefferson, the freethinker. New York Freethought Press Association 1928
  • 001724 Lewis, Joseph Franklin, the freethinker. New York Freethought Press Association 1928
  • 001725 Judge Rutherford uncovers fifth column. Brooklyn, NY Watchtower Bible & Tract Soc. 1940
  • 001727 McKenna, Norman C. Catholic and his union. New York Paulist Press 1948
  • 001728 Parsons, Wilfrid God in economic life. New York Paulist Press 1943
  • 001729 Leo XIII, Pope Rerum novarum: encyclical letter...on condition of labor. New York Paulist Press 1939
  • 001730 Pius XI, Pope Quadragesimo anno: encyclical letter...on reconstructing social.. New York Paulist Press 1939
  • 001731 John XXIII, Pope Mater et magistra: Christianity and social progress... New York America Press 1961
  • 001732 Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, Cleveland 5th annual Labor Day Mass... Cleveland Assn. of Cath. Trade Unionists 1951
  • 001734 Lehmann, L. H. and Riggs, Francis Behn Catholic Church in a democracy. New York Agora Publishing Co. 1947
  • 001735 Keracher, John How the gods were made: a study in historical materialism. Chicago Charles H. Kerr 1929
  • 001736 Phibbs, Ray Lessons from Lincoln: three sermons. Hudson, Ohio First Congregational Church 1977
  • 001737 Blanshard, Paul Roman Catholic Church in medicine, sex, and education. New York Nation 194-?
  • 001738 Durr, Clifford J. Jesus as a free speech victim. New York Emergency Civil Liberties Com. 1960
  • 001744 Nearing, Scott Rise and decline of Christian civilization. S.l. Nearing 1939?
  • 001745 Social progress: a journal of Church and society. Crawfordsville, Ind. United Presbyterian Church 1962
  • 001746 Labor and religion. Washington, D.C. CIO 1946
  • 001747 Abbott, Leonard D. Francisco Ferrer: his life, work and martyrdom. New York Francisco Ferrer Association 1910?
  • 001748 Religion and Labor Foundation Walking together: religion and labor. Columbus, Ohio Religion and Labor Foundation 1957
  • 001749 Dawber, Mark A. Ministering to shifting populations. New York Friendship Press 1940
  • 001750 Landis, Benson Y. Genesis of the exodus. New York Friendship Press 1940
  • 001751 Sollmann, F.W. Religion and politics. Wallingford, Penn. Pendle Hill 1941?
  • 001753 Parker, Theodore Foresight of Theodore Parker warns the American nation: a sermon. Chicago Progressive Thinker 19--?
  • 001754 Thorez, Maurice Catholics and communists. New York Workers Library Publishers 1938
  • 001755 Church believes in unions. Detroit UAW 1963
  • 001756 McCarthy, William Soul. Chicago United Secularists of America 1955
  • 001757 Birkhead, Leon M. Religion of a free man. New York Independent 195-?
  • 001758 Christianity and Marxism: a symposium. New York Polemic Publishers 1934
  • 001759 National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA Christian concern and responsibility for economic life ... New York National Council of Churches 1966
  • 001760 Guerry, Emile Christian and the Ecumenical Council. New York Paulist Press 1962
  • 001761 National Council of Catholic Men Catholic men. Washington, D.C. National Council of Cath. Men 1962
  • 001762 Bushnell, Edward Narrow bed: ... the trial for heresy of William Montgomery Brown. Galion, Ohio Bradford-Brown Educational Co. 1931
  • 001763 Hardy, Abbott Lawrence Syndicated soul saver, Billy Sunday: how he slings slang... Chicago Hardy 1918
  • 001764 Flanders, Allan Churches and their politics. London International Publishing Co. 1938
  • 001773 Organized labor: the home of workers of all faiths. New York Anti-Defamation League 1946
  • 003385 Bairn, William Allan Cult. [second draft: film script] West Hollywood, Calif. Cineplause Production 1981
  • 003897 Destiny (June 1959) Merrimac, Mass. Destiny Publishers 1959
  • 003899 Roth, Leon Jewish thought as a factor in civilization Paris UNESCO 1954
  • 003900 Kingdom digest : America awake! (Sept 1958) Dallas, TX Kingdom Digest 1958
  • 003902 National forecast magazine (Oct 1958, Feb 1959) Topton, NC National Forecast 1958-1959
  • 003903 News and views (Apr 1957) Wheaton, IL Church League of America 1957
  • 003905 Pattern of history Haverhill, Mass. Destiny Publishers 1953
  • 003938 Here and Now : a Christian Journal of Opinion (v.5, no.7) Dayton, Ohio Here and Now 1968
  • 004041 Jubilee (v.2, no.5) New York AMDG Publishing 1954

 Revolution

  • 000263 Holorenshaw, Henry Levellers and the English revolution. London Victor Gollancz 1939

 Right to work

  • 000520 Socialist Workers Party Fight the slave labor law: Taft-Hartley Act. New York Pioneer Publishers 1947
  • 000756 Cronin, John F. Right to work laws. Washington, D.C. Social Action Dept. 195-
  • 000800 International Association of Machinists Right to work laws: three moral studies. Washington, D.C. Intl. Assn. of Machinists 1955
  • 000875 Industrial Union Dept., AFL-CIO Industrial unions and Taft-Hartley. Washington, D.C. Industrial Union Dept. AFL-CIO 1957?
  • 000903 AFL-CIO Taft-Hartley case study: what has happened to the AFHW... Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958?
  • 000976 American Federation of Labor What's wrong with the Taft-Hartley law? : labor's indictment. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1952
  • 000995 Barbash, Jack Taft-Hartley Act in action, 1947-1954. New York League for Industrial Democ. 1954
  • 001021 American Federation of Labor Summary of provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1947?
  • 001022 American Federation of Labor Explaining the Taft-Hartley Act. Washington, D.C. American Federation of Labor 1947?
  • 001023 Taft, Robert A. Essential principles of the Taft-Hartley Law and amendments... Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1949
  • 001066 Chavez, Cesar E. Right to work laws = Derecho a trabajar. New York A. Philip Randolph Fund 1968
  • 001097 Lewis, John L. Speech by John L. Lewis in opposition to Taft-Hartley Statute. San Francisco American Federation of Labor 1947
  • 001110 Silver, Abba H. Statement...against the so-called "Right to work" issue. Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 1958?
  • 001111 Ohio Council of Churches Statement...against the so-called "Right to work" issue. Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 1958?
  • 001112 Methodist Church. Bd. of Social & Econ. Relations Right to work and union membership. Chicago Methodist Church 195-?
  • 001113 2 archbishops, 4 bishops rap "Right to Work" law. Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 195-?
  • 001114 Load up your votin' gun against the phony "Right to Work" law. Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 195-?
  • 001115 Why top U.S. newspapers call "Right to Work" law a fraud. Washington, D.C. Natl. Counc. for Industr.Peace 195-?
  • 001116 Why so many faiths see evil in "Right to Work". Washington, D.C. Natl. Counc. for Industr.Peace 195-?
  • 001117 Like a wolf in sheep's clothing... Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 195-?
  • 001134 Ohio C.I.O. Political Action Committee Wrong again, Mr. Taft! Columbus Ohio C.I.O. Pol. Action Comm. 1948?
  • 001168 AFL-CIO Union security: the case against the "Right to Work" laws. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 001389 Vote no on issue 2 [pamphlets on the right to work issue] Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 1958?
  • 001454 AFL-CIO Union security: the case against the "right-to-work" laws. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1958
  • 002875 Schrank, Robert This is aimed at you!: expose of the Taft-Hartley Plot... New York NY State Council of Machinists 1948?
  • 003201 National Council for Industrial Peace Right-to-work: a family issue. Washington, D.C. Natl. Coun. for Indus. Peace 1958
  • 003220 AFL-CIO Case for the union shop. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003221 AFL-CIO What has happened to the Amer. Fed. of Hosiery Workers... Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003227 AFL-CIO Facts vs. propaganda: truth about "right to work" laws. Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003702 National Council of the Churches of Christ in USA Union membership as a condition of employment. New York Churches of Christ in the USA 1956
  • 003703 AFL-CIO Right to work leaflets [various] Washington, D.C. AFL-CIO 1957
  • 003704 United Organized Labor of Ohio Right to work radio spots [various] Ohio United Organized Labor of Ohio 1958
  • 003705 National Committee for Industrial Peace Fact book on proposed Ohio "right to work" amendment. Columbus, Ohio Committee for Industrial Peace 1958
  • 003706 Shott, John G. How "right to work" laws are passed: Florida sets the pattern. Washington, D.C. Public Affairs Institute 1956
  • 003707 State Publishing Company Union shop: the Achilles heel of organized labor. Columbus, Ohio State Publishing Company 1957
  • 003801 Akron Federation of Labor Labor's arguments against Pollock's puzzle.[Sen. Pollock, Canton) Akron Akron Federation of Labor 1954
  • 004112 Mrs. Ohio Homemaker: beware the quirk in "right to work" Columbus United Organized Labor of Ohio 1957
  • 004113 Working farmer-editor tells why "right to work" law will hurt... Washington, D.C. Natl. Counc.for Indust. Peace 1957?

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