Marxism in the United States: Remapping the History of the American Left

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Index
Adorno, Theodor, 228-229
Aleichem, Sholem109, 192
Algren, Nelson, 176
Allen, James S., 171
American Labor Monthly, 131
American Renaissance ( F.O. Matthiessen), 214
American Socialist, 212
Ameringer, Oscar, 93, 112
Ancient Lowly ( Lippard), 65
Ancient Society ( L.H. Morgan), 92
Anderson, Perry, 12
Anderson, Sherwood, 104
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 67
Anti-Dühring ( F. Engels), 99, 204
Appeal to Reason, ( J. A. Wayland) 10, 81, 90, 96, 119
Arbeiter Tseitung, 48-49
Arbeiter Stimme, 30
Arme Teufel, 49
Arvin, Newton, 174, 182
Attewell, Paul, 267
Autobiography of Malcolm X, 233
Aveling, Edward, 36
Baraka, Amiri, 253
Baran, Paul, 199, 228
Barbary Shores ( N. Mailer), 186
Bax, E. Belbort, 65
Beard, Charles, 93, 165, 167-168, 215
Beard, Mary, 168
Belafonte, Harry, 198
Bell, Daniel, 11, 211
Bellamy, Edward, 70, 71
Benedict, Ruth, 268
Bentall, F.O., 128
Berger, Victor, 95, 96
Berman, Paul, 270
Bernal, Martin, 269
Bernstein, Edward, 65, 95
Beyond Geography ( F.W. Turner), 261
Bimba, Anthony, 168
Bittelman, Alexander, 153, 169
Black Athena ( Bernal), 269
Black Jacobins, The ( C.L.R. James), 202, 269
Black Marxism ( C. Robinson), 25
Black Panther, The, 247
Black Reconstruction ( W.E.B. Dubois), 169, 271
Black Scholar, The, 255
Blake, William, 59, 67, 260
Bogart, Humphrey, 157, 179
Bohme, Jacob, 59, 67
Boudin, Louis, 94-95, 136
Braverman, Harry, 201, 266
Briggs, Cyril, 138-139
Brooks, Van Wyck, 172
Browder, Earl, 121, 123, 152, 157, 167, 193-194
Brown, Charles Brockden, 60, 65
Brown, John, 74
Brown, William Montgomery, 138
Buchanan, Joseph R., 74
Bukharin, N., 118, 136
Caesar's Column ( Donnelly), 73
Cahan, Abe, 106, 109, 192
Calhoun, Arthur S., 161
Calverton, V.F., 159-164, 166, 171, 174, 176, 182

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  • The Haymarket Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface 1
  • Introduction 9
  • 1 - Immigrant Socialism, 1865-1900 19
  • 2 - American Socialism, American Culture 58
  • 3 - Marxism in the Debs Era 86
  • 4 - Leninism in America 121
  • 5 - Rise of the Culture Critique, 1925- 1940 155
  • 6 - Somewhere Beyond Leninism, 1940-1960 184
  • 7 - The New Left 221
  • Conclusion 258
  • Notes 277
  • Index 296
  • The Haymarket Series 303
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