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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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Voting (15 pamphlets)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Bassett, Theodore R. Why the Negro People Should Vote Communist. Workers Library Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Cavanagh, Thomas E. The Impact of the Black Electorate. Joint Center for Political Studies, Washington, DC.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Gaer, Joseph. What Every Voter Should Know and Do in 1946. CIO Political Action Committee, New York, NY.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 How- For Whom- For What- Do We Vote? A Manual for Voters. Timely Circulating Company, New York, NY.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 How to Get People to Register and Vote. American Heritage Foundation, New York, NY.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Kellock, Harold. The Negro Vote. Editorial Research Reports, Washington, DC.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Perry, Pettis. Negro Representation - A Step Towards Negro Freedom. New Century Publishers, New York, NY. (3 copies)
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Politics is People. League of Women Voters of the City of New York, New York, NY.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Price, Margaret. The Negro and the Ballot in the South. Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Summaries of State Registration and Voting Laws. Women's Division Democratic National Committee, Washington, DC.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 The Voting Rights Act of 1965. United States Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, DC.
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Voting Restrictions in the 13 Southern States. Committee of Editors and Writers of the South, Atlanta, GA.

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