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Guide to the Reference Center for Marxist Studies Pamphlet Collection PE.043

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

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CPUSA IV (32 pamphlets)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Browder, Earl, Eugene Dennis, Roy Hudson, and John Williamson. Shall the Communist Party Change its Name? National Committee, Communist Party, New York, NY.
1944
Box: 23 Folder : 2 CPUSA: growth, action & leadership. (2 copies)
1988
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Dennis, Eugene. The Case for the Communist Party. New Century Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1949
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Bittelman, Alex. 15 Years of the Communist Party. Workers Library Publishers, New York, NY.
1934
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Jackson, James E. The Communist Party- "The mind, the will and the honor of the working class!" Political Affairs, New York, NY. (2 copies)
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Gannett, Betty. The Communist Party and You. Communist Party of the U.S.A., New York, NY.
1947
Box: 23 Folder : 2 George, Harrison. A Noon-Hour Talk on the Communist Party. Central Committee, Communist Party of U.S.A. New York, NY. (2 copies)
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Meyers, George, Thomas Dennis, and Lee Walker. Time For a Breakthrough in Auto: The Communist Party's View. National Auto Commission, Detroit, MI.
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Parker, Alex. Organizing the Party for Victory Over Reaction. New Century Publishers, New York, NY.
1953
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Perry, Pettis. The Communist Party: Vanguard Fighter for Peace, Democracy, Security, Socialism. New Century Publishers, New York, NY.
1953
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Resolution on Afro-American Equality. Central Committee of the Communist Party, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1987
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Rubin, Daniel. How A Communist Club Functions. New Outlook Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1971
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Ruthenberg, C.E. The Workers [Communist] Party: What It Stands For, Why Workers Should Join. Workers (Communist) Party, Chicago, IL.
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Schlesinger, Arthur M. The U.S. Communist Party: Small but tightly disciplined, it strives with fanatic zeal to promote the aims of Russia. Life.
1946
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Tell It To Millions! Publicity Department, Communist Party, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 2 The Struggle for Afro-American Liberation. New Outlook Publishers, New York, NY.
1979
Box: 23 Folder : 2 To Be A Communist: Party Standards. Central Review Commission, CPUSA. (3 copies)
1985
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Toward Chicano Liberation: The Communist Party Position. New Outlook Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1972
Box: 23 Folder : 2 What Do Communists Really Want? Communist Party, U.S.A. New York, NY. (2 copies)
1947
Box: 23 Folder : 2 What You Should Know About the Communists: Who They Are, What They Believe In, What They Fight For. Communist Party, U.S.A., New York, NY. (3 copies)
1947
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Winston, Henry. The Communist Party No More Than Ever. Political Affairs, New York, NY. (3 copies)
1975
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Winter, Carl. 19 Questions and Answers About Communist Party Suppressed by the Detroit News. Michigan State Committee, Communist Party, U.S.A., Detroit, MI.
1947

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