A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States - Vol. 3

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A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States Volume III
Unite and Fight, 1934-1935

Edited by BERNARD K. JOHNPOLL

GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut London

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A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Notes xviii
  • 1 - Ernest Lundeen H.R. 7598 (february 2, 1934) 1
  • Notes 4
  • 2 - American Civil Liberties Union 5
  • Bibliographic Note 20
  • 3 - Communist Party -- U.S.A. 21
  • Contents 24
  • Introduction 25
  • 4 - Nathaniel Honig 131
  • 5 - Continuations Committee- American Youth Congress Program of American Youth Congress (august 1934) 171
  • Preface 174
  • Notes 189
  • Bibliographic Note 189
  • 6 - American League Against War and Fascism Second United States Congress Against War and Fascism, Chicago (september 29-30, 1934) 191
  • Bibliographic Note 242
  • 7 - Young Communist League of Germany Fighting Fascism in the Factories (october 1934) 243
  • Foreword 245
  • Notes 276
  • 8 - National Student League Building a Militant Student Movement (1934) 277
  • Contents 280
  • Introduction 281
  • Notes 307
  • Bibliographic Note 308
  • 9 - The Advance of the United Front: a Documentary Account, with an Introduction by Alex Bittelman (1934) 309
  • Contents 311
  • Introduction 312
  • Editor's Note 335
  • Notes 380
  • 10 - Israel Amter Working Class Unity or Fascism? (1935) 387
  • Notes 403
  • 11 - Alex Bittelman How Can We Share the Wealth? the Communist Way Versus Huey Long (april 1935) 405
  • Notes 438
  • 12 - Max Weiss in Flanders Field . . . (may 1935) 441
  • Notes 466
  • 13 - James Lasswell Shovels and Guns: The Ccc in Action (1935) 469
  • Recommended Books 493
  • Notes 494
  • 14 - R. G. Crane 497
  • Notes 502
  • 15 - M. J. Olgin Trotskyism: Counter-Revolution in Disguise (june 1935) 505
  • Contents 509
  • Introductory 510
  • Notes 664
  • Bibliographic Note 668
  • 16 - J. Peters the Communist Party: a Manual on Organization (july 1935) 669
  • Index 787
  • Notes 790
  • 17 - Edward Magnus Professionals in a Soviet America (november 1935) 795
  • Notes 833
  • Bibliographic Note 834
  • 18 - Norman Thomas Vs. Earl Browder Debate: Which Road for American Workers, Socialist or Communist? (november 27, 1935) 835
  • Bibliographic Note 884
  • Index 885
  • About the Editor 907
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