A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States - Vol. 2

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A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States Volume II
Toil and Trouble, 1928-1933

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. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Notes xviii
  • Communist International Program of the Communist. International (1928) 1
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • Notes 99
  • Bibliographic Note 103
  • 2 - Joseph Stalin Stalin's Speeches on the American Communist Party (may 6 and 14, 1929) 105
  • Contents 109
  • Preface 110
  • Notes 145
  • Bibliographic Note 146
  • 3 - Communist International on the Road to Bolshevization (august 1929) 147
  • Contents 150
  • Notes 190
  • 4 - Communist Party-U.S.A. Thesis and Resolutions for the Seventh National Convention of the Communist Party of U.S.A. (march 31-April 4, 1930) 193
  • Contents 195
  • Introduction 196
  • Notes 290
  • 5 - Communist Party-U.S.A. Why Every Worker Should Join the Communist Party (1930) 295
  • Notes 326
  • 6 - William Z. Foster Little Brothers of the Big Labor Fakers (may 1931) 327
  • In Conclusion 357
  • Notes 358
  • Notes 391
  • 8 - Communist Party-U.S.A. Race Hatred on Trial (1931) 393
  • Introduction 394
  • Notes 439
  • Bibliographic Note 440
  • 9 - Communist Party-U.S.A. Communist Election Platform (may 28-29, 1932) 441
  • Notes 457
  • 10 - Communist Party-- New York 461
  • Notes 469
  • Bibliographic Note 469
  • 11 - League of Professional Groups for Foster and Ford 471
  • 12 - James S. Allen Negro Liberation (1932; Revised 1933) 503
  • Notes 538
  • Bibliographic Note 539
  • 13 - Earl Browder the Meaning of Social Fascism (1933) 541
  • Notes 542
  • Appendix (from Speech of Earl Browder at Extraordinary Conference of Communist Party U.S.A., Held in New York City, July 7-10, 1933.) 586
  • Notes 591
  • 14 - Moissaye J. Olgin Why Communism? (december 1933; Revised March 1934) 595
  • Why Communism? - Plain Talks on Vital Problems 597
  • Contents 598
  • Notes 693
  • 15 - Max Bedacht, Sam Don, and Earl Browder Karl Marx, 1883-1933 (march 1933) 699
  • Contents 700
  • Notes 731
  • 16 - Joseph Freeman the Background of German Fascism (1933) 735
  • Notes 755
  • Index 759
  • About the Editor 779
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