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Box 33, Folder 10

The people's program for 1946 (New York: CIO Political Action Committee), 1946.

Box 33, Folder 10

Remember in November (New York: CIO Political Action Committee), 1946.

Box 33, Folder 10

The road to freedom: higher basic wages and salaries (New York: CIO Political Action Committee), 1945.

Box 33, Folder 10

There's no place like home if you can get one (New York: CIO Political Action Committee), 1946 [2 copies].

Box 33, Folder 10

What every voter should know and do in 1946 (New York: CIO Political Action Committee), 1946.

Box 33, Folder 10

When a worker needs a friend (Chicago: United Packinghouse Workers of America, CIO), 1946.

 

George - Gompers.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 33, Folder 11

Gilbert, Mort and E.A. Gilbert. Industrial insurance: a snare for workers (New York: Progressive People's Publishers), 1936.

Box 33, Folder 11

Glück, Elsie. Introduction to American trade unionism (New York: Affiliated Schools for Workers, Inc.), 1937.

Box 33, Folder 11

George, Harrison. The I.W.W. trial: story of the greatest trial in labor's history by one of the defendants, intro. A. S. Embree (Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World), 1918.

Box 33, Folder 11

Gompers, Samuel. The American labor movement: its makeup, achievements and aspirations (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1914?.

Box 33, Folder 11

_____. The American labor movement: its makeup, achievements and aspirations (Washington: American Federation of Labor), reprint 1950.

Box 33, Folder 11

_____. America's fight for the preservation of democracy: an address delivered . . . at Minneapolis, Minn. (New York: American Alliance for Labor and Democracy), 1917.

Box 33, Folder 11

_____.Eight hours: the workers and the eight-hour workday, and the shorter workday its philosophy (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1915?.

Box 33, Folder 11

_____. Samuel Gompers' credo: quotations from his speeches and writings (New York: AFL-Samuel Gompers Centennial Committee), 1950.

 

Green - Hillman.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 34, Folder 1

Green, William. We work for the future: American Federation of Labor and national defense (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1941.

Box 34, Folder 1

_____. What unions do for the community (Washington: American Federation of Labor), ca. 1961.

Box 34, Folder 1

_____. Child labor: a primer for trade unions and study classes (New York: Workers Education Bureau of America), 1925.

Box 34, Folder 1

Hall, W. Scott. The Journeymen Barbers' International Union of America: a dissertation (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press), 1936.

Box 34, Folder 1

Harry Bridges Victory Committee. Biddle's private war against Harry Bridges (San Francisco: Harry Bridges Victory Committee), 1945.

Box 34, Folder 1

Herberg, Will. The C.I.O.: labor's new challenge (New York: Workers Age Publishing Association), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 1

Hillman, Sidney. Reconstruction of Russia and the task of labor: an address before the fifth biennial convention of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Chicago, May 11, 1922 (New York: Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America), 1922.

 

Hochman - Kirshbaum.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 34, Folder 2

Hochman, Julius. Why this strike (New York: Joint Board Dress & Waistmakers' Union), 1936.

Box 34, Folder 2

Holden, Arthur, et. al. Primer of housing (New York: Workers Education Bureau Press), 1927.

Box 34, Folder 2

Hopkins, Gordon. The labor spy: Social Action vol. 3, no. 12 (New York: Pilgrim Press), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 2

Huberman, Leo. Storm over Bridges (San Francisco: Harry Bridges Defense Committee), 1941.

Box 34, Folder 2

Isserman, A. J. The Sherman Act: anti-trust or anti-labor? (New York: National Committee for People's Rights), 1940.

Box 34, Folder 2

Jager, Henry. Westbrook Pegler unmasked (New York: Henry Jager), 1947.

Box 34, Folder 2

Kennedy, John C. Unemployment and its problems (New York: Affiliated Schools for Workers), 1935.

Box 34, Folder 2

Kirshbaum, Louis. Justice for organized workers (Brooklyn: Louis Kirshbaum), 1930s.

 

Kuczynski - Levinson.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 34, Folder 3

Kuczynski, Jurgen and Marguerite Steinfeld. Wages and labor's share (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1927.

Box 34, Folder 3

Lane, Winthrop. Civil war in West Virginia: a story of the industrial conflict in the coal mines, intro. John R. Commons (New York: B. W. Huebsch), 1921.

Box 34, Folder 3

Larkin, James. Ireland and the Irish in the USA (New York: Transport Workers Union of America, CIO), 1947.

Box 34, Folder 3

Levinson, Edward. Rise of the auto workers (Detroit: Educational Department, International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Workers of America, UAW-CIO), 1943.

Box 34, Folder 3

_____. Rise of the auto workers, intro. Walter P. Reuther (Detroit: Educational Department, International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, UAW-CIO), 1946.

 

Lewis, Alfred - Lewis, John.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 34, Folder 4

Lewis, Alfred Baker. Do we have a stake in this war? An address to organized labor (Philadelphia: Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies), 1939.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Labor, machines and depressions (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1939.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Why the C.I.O. (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1937 [3 copies].

Box 34, Folder 4

Lewis, John L. The C.I.O. crusade (Washington: Committee for Industrial Organization), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Industrial democracy (Washington: Committee for Industrial Organization), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Industrial democracy in steel (Washington: Committee for Industrial Organization), 1936.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Jobs, peace, unity: John L. Lewis speaks to youth! (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1940.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Labor and the nation (Washington: Committee for Industrial Organization), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 4

_____. Organize to preserve democracy and to defeat fascism (Detroit: Educational Department, International Union, United Automobile Workers of America), 1937.

 

McDonald - Mitchell.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 34, Folder 5

McDonald, David. Steelworkers and the national economy (Pittsburgh: United Steelworkers of America), 1954.

Box 34, Folder 5

McKenzie, Alan and Henry Doliner. The negro worker in the ERB (New York: Association of Workers in Public Relief Agencies of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, A.F. of L.), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 5

Meany, George. A. F. of L. looks ahead: address at the opening of the seventy-second convention of the A.F. of L. (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1953.

Box 34, Folder 5

_____. What labor means by "more" (New York: Time Inc.), 1955.

Box 34, Folder 5

Merritt, Walter Gordon. History of the League for Industrial Rights (New York: League for Industrial Rights), 1925.

Box 34, Folder 5

Miller, Spencer. Workers' education and the machine age (New York: Workers Education Bureau of America), 1928.

Box 34, Folder 5

Minor, Robert. Shall Mooney hang?: justice raped in California, 10th ed. (San Francisco: Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee), 1918.

Box 34, Folder 5

Mitchell, Broadus. How to start workers' study classes: a primer to promote workers's education (New York: Workers Education Bureau of America), 1925.

Box 34, Folder 5

Mitchell, George Sinclair. Some problems of the textile industry (New York: Affiliated Schools for Workers), 1935.

Box 34, Folder 5

Mitchell, Therese. Consider the Woolworth workers (New York: New York League of Women Shoppers), 1940 [2 copies].

 

Murray, Philip.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 34, Folder 6

". . . a burden on the conscience of the American people": the Harry Bridges case (San Francisco: Harry Bridges Victory Committee), 1945.

Box 34, Folder 6

The CIO defense plan (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1941.

Box 34, Folder 6

CIO re-employment plan (Washington: CIO Department of Research and Education), 1944.

Box 34, Folder 6

CIO re-employment plan, advance copy of complete text (Washington: CIO Department of Research and Education), 1944.

Box 34, Folder 6

How to speed up steel production: a plan to achieve total steel output to aid national defense (Pittsburgh: Steel Workers Organizing Committee), 1941.

Box 34, Folder 6

Our pledge to the nation (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1944.

Box 34, Folder 6

Steel profits and your wages: CIO, the key to higher wages (Pittsburgh: Research Department of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee), 1936.

Box 34, Folder 6

Steelworkers need a $2.00-a-day increase (Pittsburgh: United Steelworkers of America), 1946.

Box 34, Folder 6

The union shop?.yes, but there are other major issues in the steel dispute! (Pittsburgh: United Steelworkers of America), 1952.

Box 34, Folder 6

Unite for victory: against disruption, against disunity (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1942.

Box 34, Folder 6

Your wages and the war (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1943.

Box 34, Folder 6

Murray, Philip and R. J. Thomas. Living costs in World War II, 1941-1944 (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1944.

 

Mussey - Pierson.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 34, Folder 7

Mussey, Henry Raymond. Unemployment: a practical program (New York: League for Independent Political Action), 1930.

Box 34, Folder 7

Muste, A. J. The automobile industry and organized labor (Baltimore: Christian Social Justice Fund), 1936.

Box 34, Folder 7

Myers, James. Labor and co-ops: the value of consumer cooperation to organized workers (Chicago: Cooperative League of the USA), 1949.

Box 34, Folder 7

Nye, Gerald P. Justice for Tom Mooney: speech of Hon. Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota in the Senate of the United States, June 19, 1929 (Washington: United States Government Printing Office), 1929.

Box 34, Folder 7

O'Flaherty, Liam. A cure for unemployment (New York: Julian Press), 1931.

Box 34, Folder 7

Older, Fremont. Mooney and Billings are innocent: the substance of a speech over the radio December 12 (New York: National Mooney-Billings Committee), 1929.

Box 34, Folder 7

Payne, Roger. The hobo philosopher or the modern Diogenes: why work six days a week when you can get your living by working one? (New York: Roger Payne, Academy Press), 1930.

Box 34, Folder 7

Perkins, George. Profit sharing, or the worker's fair share (New York: National Civic Federation), 1919.

Box 34, Folder 7

Perry, Grover H. The revolutionary I.W.W., and How scabs are bred, with The constructive program of the I.W.W. by B. H. Williams (Cleveland: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau), 1913.

Box 34, Folder 7

Phillips, Wendell. The foundation of the labor movement (New York: New York Labor News Co.), n.d. orig. 1871.

Box 34, Folder 7

Pierson, John. Fiscal policy for full employment (Washington: National Planning Association), 1945.

 

Pollak - Reuther, Victor.

Physical Description: 9 items.
Box 34, Folder 8

Pollak, Katherine. Why bother about the government? (Katonah, NY: Brookwood Labor Pamphlets), 1932.

Box 34, Folder 8

_____. Important union methods (Katonah, NY: Brookwood Labor Pamphlets), 1932.

Box 34, Folder 8

Pollak, Katherine and David Saposs. How should labor vote? (Katonah, NY: Brookwood Labor Pamphlets), 1932.

Box 34, Folder 8

Post, Louis F. The closed shop (Chicago: Public Publishing Company), 1905.

Box 34, Folder 8

Pratt, George. Morale: the mental hygiene of unemployment (New York: National Committee for Mental Hygiene), 1933.

Box 34, Folder 8

Quigg, Murray. The law of labor: a brief history of its evolution in our time (New York: American Affairs Pamphlets, National Industrial Conference Board), 1946.

Box 34, Folder 8

Rab, Fordham. Labor unions and you: American labor will fight, intro. William Green (Portland: Daily Journal of Commerce), 1943.

Box 34, Folder 8

Raushenbush, Carl. Fordism: Ford and the workers, Ford and the community (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1937.

Box 34, Folder 8

Reuther, Victor. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions and the development of the trade union movement in underdeveloped areas of the world (s.l.: Industrial Relations Research Association), ca. 1954.

 

Reuther, Walter - Robbins.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 34, Folder 9

Reuther, Walter P. 500 planes a day: a program for the utilization of the automobile industry for mass production of defense planes (Detroit: UAW-CIO International Education Department), 1941.

Box 34, Folder 9

_____. How to raise wages without increasing prices (Detroit: General Motors Dept., UAW-CIO), 1945.

Box 34, Folder 9

_____. The steel monopoly and your job (Detroit: UAW-CIO Public Relations Department), 1947.

Box 34, Folder 9

Richardson, Reed. Labor leader 1860's: William H. Sylvis (Ithaca: New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University), 1955.

Box 34, Folder 9

Rieve, Emil. International labor standards: a key to world security (New York: Textile Workers Union of America, CIO), ca. 1940.

Box 34, Folder 9

Robbins, Rainard. Railroad social insurance: favored treatment versus uniform social insurance (New York: American Enterprise Association), 1945.

 

Sackman - Slichter.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 35, Folder 1

Sackman, Morris. Welfare collective bargaining in action: a case study (Ithaca: New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornel University), 1949.

Box 35, Folder 1

Saposs, David and Elizabeth Bliss. Anti-labor activities in the United States (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1938.

Box 35, Folder 1

Schapiro, Theodore. The challenge of workers' education (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1951.

Box 35, Folder 1

Schrank, Robert. This is aimed at you!: an expose of the Taft-Hartley plot to bust the unions and hi-jack the American people (New York: New York State Council of the International Association of Machinists), 1946?.

Box 35, Folder 1

Scoville, John W. Collective bargaining: talk made before the Kiwanis Club . . . August 8, 1944 (Detroit: Newspaper Statistical Service), 1944.

Box 35, Folder 1

Seidman, Joel. Company unions and collective bargaining (Washington: Editorial Research Reports), 1934.

Box 35, Folder 1

_____. Sit-Down (Chicago: League for Industrial Democracy for Socialist Party, USA), 1937.

Box 35, Folder 1

_____. Sit-Down, and A G.M. stockholder visits Flint by Robert Lovett (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1937.

Box 35, Folder 1

Sheil, Bernard. A society of free men (Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations), 1944.

Box 35, Folder 1

Slichter, Sumner. Trade unions in a free society (Cambridge: Harvard UP), 1947.

Box 35, Folder 1

_____. Wage policies: an address before the Academy of Political Science (New York: Academy of Political Science, Columbia University), 1946.

 

Stark - Tanner.

Physical Description: 9 items.
Box 35, Folder 2

Stark, Louis. The National Labor Relations Board: why and how (New York: Council for Social Action of the Congregational and Christian Churches), 1938.

Box 35, Folder 2

Starr, Mark. Consumer education and labor: talk given at Consumers Institute . . . April 1940 (New York: Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union), 1940.

Box 35, Folder 2

_____. "Creeping socialism: vs. limping capitalism (New York: Union for Democratic Socialism), ca. 1954.

Box 35, Folder 2

_____. Labour politics in U.S.A., foreword Margaret Cole (London: Fabian International Bureau and Victor Gollancz), 1949.

Box 35, Folder 2

_____. Planning for freedom (New York: Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union), n.d.

Box 35, Folder 2

St. John, Vincent. The I.W.W.: its history, structure, and methods (Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World), 1919.

Box 35, Folder 2

Symes, Lillian. Our American Dreyfus case: a challenge to California justice (Los Angeles: Inter-Religious Committee for Justice for Thomas J. Mooney), 1935.

Box 35, Folder 2

Tannenbaum, Frank. Samuel Gompers' last convention: excerpted from The Survey, January 1, 1925 (New York: AFL-Samuel Gompers Centennial Committee), 1950.

Box 35, Folder 2

Tanner, Jack. Allied labor unity vital to victory now: an address delivered at the 1942 A. F. of L. convention in Toronto (New York: A. F. of L. Trade Unionists), 1942.

 

Teigan - Trumbo.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 35, Folder 3

Teigan, Henry. People's lobby advocates new program for agriculture, especially for sharecroppers and tenants: speech . . . in the House of Representatives June 7, 1938 (Washington: Government Printing Office), 1938.

Box 35, Folder 3

Teper, Lazare. The women's garment industry: an economic analysis (New York: Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union), 1937.

Box 35, Folder 3

Thomas, C. West coast longshoremen and the "Bridges Plan" (New York: Fourth International), 1943.

Box 35, Folder 3

Thomas, R. J. Problems and answers (Detroit: International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, UAW-CIO), 1945.

Box 35, Folder 3

Todes, Charlotte. William H. Sylvis and the National Labor Union (New York: International Publishers), 1942.

Box 35, Folder 3

Trant, William. Trade unions: their origin and object, influence and efficacy (Washington: American Federation of Labor), 1928.

Box 35, Folder 3

Trautman, William E. One big union: an outline of a possible industrial organization of the working class (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1911.

Box 35, Folder 3

Trumbo, Dalton. Harry Bridges: a discussion of the latest effort to deport civil liberties and the rights of American labor (New York: League of American Writers), 1941.

 

Vanderveer - Wanhope.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 35, Folder 4

Vanderveer, George. Opening statement of Geo. F. Vanderveer, counsel for the defense of one hundred and one members of the Industrial Workers of the World, in the case of the USA vs. Wm. D. Haywood, et. al. (Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau), 1918.

Box 35, Folder 4

Van Kleeck, Mary. Facts about wage-earners in the United States census (New York: New York School of Philanthropy), 1915.

Box 35, Folder 4

Vogt, Paul. The people's purse and full employment (New York: Island Workshop Press), 1945.

Box 35, Folder 4

Vorse, Mary Heaton. The Passaic textile strike, 1926-1927 (Passaic: General Relief Committee of Textile Strikers), 1927.

Box 35, Folder 4

Waldman, Louis. Should unions be incorporated?: responsibility of unions under the law (Washington: Social Democratic Federation, USA), n.d.

Box 35, Folder 4

Wanhope, Joseph. The Haywood-Moyer outrage: the story of their illegal arrest and deportation from Colorado to Idaho (New York: Wilshire Book Co.), 1906.

 

Ward - Wolf.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 35, Folder 5

Ward, Courtney. The A. F. of L. and one world of labor: the report of an observer at the World Trade Union conference (Cleveland: Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers, District Council Number Six), 1945.

Box 35, Folder 5

Watson, Morris. How to write for your union paper, fwd. George Seldes (San Francisco: Educational Department, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union), 1943.

Box 35, Folder 5

Whitman, Alden. Labor parties, 1827 - 1834 (New York: International Publishers), 1943. .

Box 35, Folder 5

Whitney, Caroline. What price milk? (New York: Caroline Whitney Memorial Fund), 1939.

Box 35, Folder 5

Wilson, Walter. The militia: friend or foe of liberty? (New York: Tomorrow Publishers), 1935.

Box 35, Folder 5

Wolf, Herman. After 141 years: what dye workers have won in two successful strikes (Paterson: Federation of Silk and Rayon Dyers and Finishers of America), 1935.

 

Wolman - Zugsmith.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 35, Folder 6

Wolman, Leo. An outline of the American labor movement: a syllabus for study classes (New York: Workers Education Bureau of America), 1923.

Box 35, Folder 6

Wood, Fremont. The introductory chapter to the history of the trials of Moyer, Haywood, and Pettibone, and Harry Orchard (Caldwell: Caxton Printers), 1931.

Box 35, Folder 6

Worman, E.C. et. al. Economic security: twenty questions on the economic security of the people (New York: Workers Education Bureau Press), 1934.

Box 35, Folder 6

Woytinsky, W. S. Additional workers and the volume of unemployment in the depression (Washington: Committee on Social Security), 1940.

Box 35, Folder 6

Zugsmith, Leane. L is for labor: a glossary of labor terms (New York: League of Women Shoppers), n.d.

 

8D. Miscellaneous. 1890-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Subject matter includes economics, peace activism, politics, and war. Includes publications by religious organizations, and campaign materials by Henry A. Wallace.
 

Baldwin - Buell.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 35, Folder 7

Baldwin, C. B. Politics for progress 1954: report of the Secretary to the National Committee of the Progressive Party (New York: Progressive Party), 1954.

Box 35, Folder 7

Barr, Stringfellow. Let's join the human race (Chicago: U of Chicago P), 1950.

Box 35, Folder 7

Benét, Stephen Vincent. A summons to the free: America in a world at war no. 6 (New York: Farrar & Rinehart), 1941.

Box 35, Folder 7

Berman, Isidor. The monetary system and depression, with opinions of prominent experts (New York: League for Economic Security, Isidor Berman), 1932.

Box 35, Folder 7

Bledsoe, Thomas. Hierarchy over Hollywood (New York: The Protestant), 1946.

Box 35, Folder 7

_____. Hierarchy over labor: honeycombing the Newspaper Guild (New York: The Protestant), 1947.

Box 35, Folder 7

Bloch, Joshua. The failure of an investigation (New York: The Protestant), 1943.

Box 35, Folder 7

Bourne, Randolph. The war and the intellectuals, reprint (s.l.: Robert L. Leslie), ca. 1943.

Box 35, Folder 7

Bradley, Dwight. I see America preparing [Social Action v7n8] (New York: Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches), 1941.

Box 35, Folder 7

Brant, Marie and Ellen Santori. A woman's place (Los Angeles: New Writers), 1953.

Box 35, Folder 7

Brown, John. Deutschtum and America (New York: Philosophical Library for The Society for the Prevention of World War III), 1943.

Box 35, Folder 7

Buell, Raymond. Death by tariff: protectionism in state and federal legislation (Chicago: U of Chicago P), 1939.

 

Catholic - Debnam.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 35, Folder 8

Catholic Church, Pope Leo XIII. Encyclical letter of Pope Leo XIII on the condition of labor (Brooklyn: International Catholic Truth Society), ca. 1935.

Box 35, Folder 8

Catholic Church, Pope Pius XI. Encyclical of Pope Pius XI: forty years after, reconstructing the social order (Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference), 1931.

Box 35, Folder 8

Chodorov, Frank. The myth of the post office (Hinsdale: Henry Regnery Company), 1948.

Box 35, Folder 8

Combs, George Hamilton. Himmler: Nazi spider man (Philadelphia: David McKay Co.), 1942.

Box 35, Folder 8

Davies, W. Ellis. Anti-Semitism is a Christian sin (New York: The Protestant), 1940s.

Box 35, Folder 8

Debnam, W. E. Weep no more, my lady: a Southerner answers Mrs. Roosevelt's report on the 'poor and unhappy' South (Raleigh: Graphic Press), 1950.

 

Eisenhower - Gideonse.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 35, Folder 9

Eisenhower, Dwight D. For peace and plenty: speech . . . before the American Society of Newspaper Editors on April 16th, 1953 in Washington, D.C. (London: United States Information Services in the United Kingdom), 1953.

Box 35, Folder 9

Fisher, Allan. Alternative techniques for promoting equality in a capitalist society (Pittsburgh: American Economic Review), 1950.

Box 35, Folder 9

Flynn, John T. The truth about Pearl Harbor (New York: John T. Flynn), 1944.

Box 35, Folder 9

Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm and Tetens, Tete Harens. Would you sign this letter . . .?: open letter to the 'Loyal Americans of German Descent,' intro. Quentin Reynolds and Rex Stout (New York: Dr. F.W. Foerster and T.H. Tetens), 1943 [encl. clipping. Letter from The Wall Street Journal, March 29, 1943 by F. W. Foerster, "Unconditional surrender demanded"].

Box 35, Folder 9

Fuson, William. Tools for peace (Richmond, IN: Board on Peace and Social Concerns of the Five Years Meeting, reprinted Oxford: Church Army Press), n.d.

Box 35, Folder 9

Garrett, Garet. The revolution was (New York: Dynamic America), 1945.

Box 35, Folder 9

Gebhart, John. Federal relief: what next? (New York: National Economy League), 1936.

Box 35, Folder 9

Gideonse, Harry. Organized scarcity and public policy: monopoly and its implications (Chicago: U of Chicago P), 1939.

 

Grimm - Hutchinson.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 36, Folder 1

Grimm, Peter. Russia seen from within: an account of a relief mission visit (New York: International Conciliation and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), 1947.

Box 36, Folder 1

Hamilton, Albert. Students against war (Chicago: National Council of Methodist Youth), 1937.

Box 36, Folder 1

Harrington, Michael. Crisis on the campus (New York: Students for Democratic Action), n.d.

Box 36, Folder 1

Hatcher, Harold. The gambling industry: a study of the race tracks [Social Action v4n10] (New York: Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches), 1938.

Box 36, Folder 1

Herrin, William F. Government regulation of railways: an address. . . November 20, 1913, at San Diego, California annual meeting California Bar Association (s.l.: s.n.), 1913.

Box 36, Folder 1

Hinshaw, Cecil. Nonviolent resistance: a nation's way to peace (Wallingford: Pendle Hill), 1956.

Box 36, Folder 1

Holmes, John Haynes. Why we liberals went wrong on the Russian Revolution (New York: The Community Church), 1940.

Box 36, Folder 1

Hutchinson, Paul. How to read a newspaper [Social Action v3n20] (New York: Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches), 1937.

 

Kaiser - Konecky.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 36, Folder 2

Kaiser, Henry J. Henry J. Kaiser on American-Soviet post-war relations (New York: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship), 1944.

Box 36, Folder 2

Karlin, William. New York slum clearance and the law (New York: Academy of Political Science), 1937.

Box 36, Folder 2

Kingston, Steve. Frederick Douglass: abolitionist, liberator, statesman (New York: National Negro Congress), 1940s.

Box 36, Folder 2

Klein, Henry H. Standard Oil or the people?: the cause of 'hard times' in America, 2nd ed. (New York: Henry H. Klein), 1914.

Box 36, Folder 2

Konecky, Eugene. The American communications conspiracy, in standard broadcasting, frequency modulation, television, facsimile, short wave, newspapers (New York: Peoples Radio Foundation), 1948.

 

Lebuffe - McCue.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 36, Folder 3

LeBuffe, Francis. What is the Bible? (New York: America Press), 1945.

Box 36, Folder 3

Lehmann, L.H. Behind the dictators: a factual analysis of the relationship of Nazi-fascism and Roman Catholicism (New York: Agora Publishing), 1942.

Box 36, Folder 3

Leslie, Kenneth. Affirmative Protestantism: our first editorial published in December, 1938 (New York: The Protestant), 1938.

Box 36, Folder 3

Libby, Frederick. Military training and the making of men, reprinted from "the world tomorrow" (Washington: American Union Against Militarism), 1918.

Box 36, Folder 3

Lonigan, Edna. Where is the opposition party? (Washington: Human Events), 1946.

Box 36, Folder 3

Marcus, Jacob. Jews in American life (New York: American Jewish Committee), 1946.

Box 36, Folder 3

McCue, Christopher. Whence, whither, and why?: my message to the mourners, a confession of faith by Christopher McCue, M.D. (s.l.: s.n.), n.d.

 

Menninger - Neustaedter.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 36, Folder 4

Menninger, Karl. Psychiatric aspects of contraception (New York: Planned Parenthood Federation of America), 1940s.

Box 36, Folder 4

Michaelis, Richard. Looking further forward: an answer to Looking Backward, by Edward Bellamy (Chicago: Rand, McNally and Co.), 1890.

Box 36, Folder 4

Miller, Clyde R. How to detect and analyze propaganda: an address delivered at Town Hall, Monday, February 20, 1939 (New York: The Town Hall, Inc.), 1939.

Box 36, Folder 4

_____. What everybody should know about propaganda: how and why it works (New York: Commission for Propaganda Analysis, Methodist Federation for Social Action), 1949.

Box 36, Folder 4

Mosely, Philip E. Face to face with Russia [Headline series no. 70, July-August 1948] (New York: Foreign Policy Association), 1948.

Box 36, Folder 4

Nasmyth, George. Universal military service and democracy (Washington: American Union Against Militarism), 1916.

Box 36, Folder 4

Neustaedter, Eleanor. Relief a constructive tool in case work treatment (New York: Charity Organization Society), 1930.

 

Pearson - Rorty.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 36, Folder 5

Pearson, Drew and Robert S. Allen. Nine old men at the crossroads (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co.), 1937.

Box 36, Folder 5

Pepper, Claude. An American policy for peace: a program for big three unity and American-Soviet friendship (New York: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship), 1946.

Box 36, Folder 5

Richardson, Ben. Hickey over Cambridge: the story of Church domination over a free community (New York: The Protestant), 1944.

Box 36, Folder 5

Rockefeller Jr., John D. Representation in industry: address before the War Emergency and Reconstruction conference . . . Dec. 5, 1918 (Philadelphia: Beneficial Loan Society),1918.

Box 36, Folder 5

Roosevelt, Theodore. Theodore Roosevelt's confession of faith before the Progressive National Convention, August 6, 1912 (New York: Progressive Party), 1912.

Box 36, Folder 5

Rorty, James. Engineers of world plenty (Washington: Public Affairs Institute), 1950.

 

Rothschild - Stimson.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 36, Folder 6

Rothschild, Richard. Are American Jews falling into the Nazi trap? (New York: American Jewish Committee), 1940.

Box 36, Folder 6

Rustgard, John. Bottom side up, and other essays on timely topics, 2nd ed. (Minneapolis: Nidar Book Co.), 1936.

Box 36, Folder 6

Rutherford, J. F. "Judge". Judge Rutherford uncovers fifth column (Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society), 1940.

Box 36, Folder 6

Schlamm, William S. Hitler's conquest of America (New York: Farrar & Rinehart), 1940.

Box 36, Folder 6

Squires, Richard. The diary of General Grow, intro. Albert E. Kahn (New York: The Hour Publishers), 1952.

Box 36, Folder 6

Stimson, Henry L. The challenge to Americans (New York: Committee for the Marshall Plan to Aid European Recovery/Council on Foreign Relations), 1947.

Box 36, Folder 6

_____. Letter to The New York Times, October 6, 1937 (New York: League of Nations Association), 1937.

Box 36, Folder 6

_____. Letter to The New York Times issue of January 11, 1940 recommending legislation to prohibit war exports to Japan (New York: American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression), 1940.

 

Turner - Wallace, Alfred.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 36, Folder 7

Turner, John Kenneth. Peace league or war league? (Washington: American Union Against Militarism), 1919.

Box 36, Folder 7

Van Der Weyde, W. M. Thomas Paine on war and monarchy (New York: Thomas Paine National Historical Association), 1914.

Box 36, Folder 7

Van Riper, Lewis. The ins and outs of Wall Street, revised ed. (New York: Lewis C. Van Riper), 1898.

Box 36, Folder 7

Voters Research Institute of America. How your congressman voted on OPA, labor, housing, veterans aid, atom control, civil liberties, peace vs. war: pre-publication issue, foreword Henry A. Wallace (Washington: Voters Guide Co.), 1946.

Box 36, Folder 7

Wallace, Alfred Russell. Edgar Allan Poe: a series of seventeen letters concerning Poe's scientific erudition in Eureka and his authorship of "Leonainie" (New York: "Privately Printed"), n.d. ca. 1930s.

 

Wallace, Henry A.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 36, Folder 8

America tomorrow, intro. R. J. Thomas (Detroit: UAW-CIO), 1943.

Box 36, Folder 8

Facts to fight with for Wallace and the New Party: a fact book for Wallace-Taylor workers (New York: National Wallace for President Committee), 1948.

Box 36, Folder 8

Our job in the Pacific (New York: American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations), 1944.

Box 36, Folder 8

The price of freedom, foreword David Cushman Coyle (Washington: National Home Library Foundation), 1940.

Box 36, Folder 8

Steps to peace (New York: National Wallace for President Committee), 1948.

Box 36, Folder 8

Tribute to Russia: address made at the salute to our Russian ally mass meeting . . . November 8, 1942, foreword Corliss Lamont (New York: Congress of American-Soviet Friendship), 1942.

 

Willkie - Ziv.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 36, Folder 9

Willkie, Wendell L. An American program (New York: Simon and Schuster), 1944.

Box 36, Folder 9

Ziv, R. L. Modern problems and their solutions: a study for all classes, in essays and in prose-poems (New York: R.L. Ziv), 1916.

 

8E. Socialism. 1899-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Publications by the Socialist Party of the USA and affiliated organizations like the League for Industrial Democracy, Post War World Council, and Rand School of Social Sciences. Publications from Charles H. Kerr & Co., National Rip-Saw Publishing Co., Appeal to Reason, and Wilshire Book Co. Also included are publications by the Trotskyist Socialist Workers.
 

Abrams - Ameringer.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 36, Folder 10

Abrams, Charles. A housing program for America (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1946.

Box 36, Folder 10

Adler, Friedrich. The witchcraft trial in Moscow, preface Norman Thomas (New York: Pioneer Publishers for Socialist Party of the US), 1937.

Box 36, Folder 10

Aldred, Guy A. Convict 9653, America's vision maker: story of Eugene Victor Debs, the United States' great socialist anti-militarist (Glasgow: Strickland Press), 1942.

Box 36, Folder 10

Ameringer, Oscar. Life and deeds of Uncle Sam: a little history for big children (Milwaukee: Political Action Company), 1912.

Box 36, Folder 10

_____. Socialism: what it is and how to get it (Milwaukee: Political Action Company), 1911 [2 copies].

 

Amlie - Bauer.

Physical Description: 3 items.
Box 37, Folder 1

Amlie, Thomas R. The forgotten man's handbook: 500 questions answered (Elkhorn: Thomas R. Amlie), 1936.

Box 37, Folder 1

Atkinson, Warren. Incentive under socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1910.

Box 37, Folder 1

Bauer, John. America's struggle for electric power (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1935.

 

Benedict - Benson.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 37, Folder 2

Benedict, Bert. The express companies of the United States: a study of a public utility (New York: Intercollegiate Socialist Society), 1919.

Box 37, Folder 2

Benson, Allan L. Our dishonest Constitution (New York: B.W. Huebsch), 1911.

Box 37, Folder 2

_____. Socialism made plain: why the few are rich and the many poor, 2nd ed. (Milwaukee: Milwaukee Social-Democratic Pub. Co.), 1904.

Box 37, Folder 2

_____. The usurped power of the courts (New York: Pearson Publishing Co.), 1911.

 

Berenberg - Cahan.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 37, Folder 3

Berenberg, David P. A workers' world (New York: Rand School Press), 1934.

Box 37, Folder 3

Berger, Victor L. The working class must have its own party to give expression to its own class interests: speech . . . in the House of Representatives, Thursday, July 18, 1912 (Washington: Government Printing Office), 1912.

Box 37, Folder 3

Brown, William T. After capitalism what? (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1900.

Box 37, Folder 3

Buck, Pearl S. Freedom for all: Tinder for tomorrow, and Democracy and the negro (New York: Post War World Council), ca. 1942.

Box 37, Folder 3

Burnham, James. The people's front: the new betrayal (New York: Pioneer Publishers), 1937.

Box 37, Folder 3

Cahan, Abraham, ed. Hear the other side: a symposium of democratic socialist opinion (New York: s.n.), 1934.

 

Cannon - Charles.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 37, Folder 4

Cannon, James P. America's road to socialism: six lectures given at the Los Angeles Friday night forum December 1952-January 1953 (New York: Pioneer), 1953.

Box 37, Folder 4

_____. The coming American revolution: theses on the American revolution adopted by the twelfth national convention of the Socialist Workers Party (New York: Pioneer for the Socialist Workers Party), 1947.

Box 37, Folder 4

_____. Socialism on trial: the official court record of James P. Cannon's testimony in the famous Minneapolis "sedition" trial, intro. Felix Morrow (New York: Pioneer), 1942.

Box 37, Folder 4

Casey, James. The crisis in the Communist Party (New York: Three Arrows Press), 1937.

Box 37, Folder 4

Charles, C. Your standard of living: what's happening to it? (New York: Pioneer for the Socialist Workers Party), 1943.

 

Claessens, August.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 37, Folder 5

Is socialism inevitable?: an explanation of the forces of social progress (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), 1922.

Box 37, Folder 5

The logic of socialism (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1921.

Box 37, Folder 5

A manual for trade union speakers: a brief text book on public speaking (New York: Rand School Press for the Educational Dept., International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union), 1936.

Box 37, Folder 5

The trinity of plunder: a cheerful slam at rent, interest and profit, illus. Ryan Walker (New York: New York Call), 1922.

Box 37, Folder 5

Understanding the worker: problems in labor organizations analyzed in the light of social psychology, backgrounds in trade union history (New York: Rand School Press), 1954.

Box 37, Folder 5

Claessens, August and William Morris Feigenbaum. The socialists in the New York Assembly (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1918.

 

Clark - Creel.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 37, Folder 6

Clark, Evans. Facts and fabrications about Soviet Russia (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1920.

Box 37, Folder 6

Clayton, Joseph. How to organize co-operatives (Girard: Appeal to Reason), 1912.

Box 37, Folder 6

Conkling, Roscoe. The case against compulsory peacetime military training (New York: Post War World Council), 1945.

Box 37, Folder 6

Corey, Lewis. Let's keep the tools of plenty: big business must not get government war plants (New York: Post War World Council), 1944.

Box 37, Folder 6

Creel, Herr Glessner. Tricks of the press: a lecture (Saint Louis: National Rip-Saw Publishing Co.), 1911.

 

Dannenberg- Debs.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 37, Folder 7

Dannenberg, Karl. Der weg zur macht, oder Die konstruktiven grundlagen des sozialismus (New York: Radical Review Publishing Association), 1918.

Box 37, Folder 7

_____. Reform or revolution, or Socialism and socialist politics (New York: Radical Review Publishing Association), 1918.

Box 37, Folder 7

Debs, Eugene V. Eugene V. Deb's Canton speech: speech delivered . . . at Nimisilla Park, Canton, Ohio . . . June 16th, 1918 (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), ca.1918.

Box 37, Folder 7

_____. Industrial unionism: an address delivered at Grand Central Palace, New York . . . December 10, 1905 (New York: New York Labor News), 1905.

Box 37, Folder 7

_____. Liberty (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1911? _____. Unionism and socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1912.

 

De Leon, Daniel (1 of 4).

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 37, Folder 8

Americanism: Our revolutionary fathers and The voice of Madison (New York: Industrial Union Party), 1935.

Box 37, Folder 8

Anti-Semitism: its cause and cure (New York: National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party), 1921.

Box 37, Folder 8

As to politics: and a discussion upon the relative importance of political action and of classconscious economic action, and the urgent necessity of both (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1935.

Box 37, Folder 8

The burning question of trades unionism: a lecture delivered at Newark, N.J. on April 21, 1904 (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1912.

 

De Leon, Daniel (2 of 4).

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 37, Folder 9

Fifteen questions asked by the Providence, R.I., "visitor" representing the Roman Catholic political machine answered by Daniel De Leon representing the Socialist Labor Party, 7th ed. (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1930.

Box 37, Folder 9

Fifteen questions asked by the Providence, R.I., "visitor" representing the Roman Catholic political machine answered by Daniel De Leon representing the Socialist Labor Party, 9th ed. (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1934.

 

De Leon, Daniel (3 of 4).

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 37, Folder 10

Marx on Mallock, or facts vs. fiction: an address delivered in New York, January 21, 1908 (Edinburgh: Socialist Labour Party), 1909.

Box 37, Folder 10

Reform or revolution: an address delivered at Well's Memorial Hall, Boston, January 26th, 1896 (Glasgow: Socialist Labour Press), n.d.

Box 37, Folder 10

Socialism versus anarchism (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1904.

Box 37, Folder 10

Socialist reconstruction of society: the industrial vote (New York: Socialist Labor Party), 1926.

Box 37, Folder 10

Socialist reconstruction of society: the industrial vote, foreword Arnold Petersen (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1934.

Box 37, Folder 10

Socialist reconstruction of society: address delivered at Union Temple, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 10, 1905 (New York: Industrial Union Party), 1934.

 

De Leon, Daniel (4 of 4).

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 37, Folder 11

Two pages from Roman history: I. plebs leaders and labor leaders, II. the warning of the Gracchi (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1903.

Box 37, Folder 11

Two pages from Roman history: I. plebs leaders and labor leaders, II. the warning of the Gracchi (New York: National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party), 1920.

Box 37, Folder 11

Unity: an address delivered . . . at New Pythagoras hall, New York, February 21, 1908, 2nd ed. (New York: New York Labor News), 1914.

Box 37, Folder 11

Vulgar economy, or a critical analyst of Marx analyzed (New York: National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party), 1914.

Box 37, Folder 11

What means this strike?: address . . . February 11, 1898 (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1903.

Box 37, Folder 11

What means this strike?: address . . . February 11, 1898 (New York: Industrial Union Party), 1935.

Box 37, Folder 11

De Leon, Daniel and Eugene Debs. Industrial unionism by Daniel De Leon, also, an address delivered on the same subject by Eugene V. Debs (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1935.

 

Dewey - Erber.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 38, Folder 1

Dewey, John. Truth is on the march: report and remarks on the Trotsky hearings in Mexico (New York: American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky), 1937.

Box 38, Folder 1

Dobbs, Farrell. Trade union problems (New York: Pioneer), 1940.

Box 38, Folder 1

Draper, Harold. "Out of their own mouths": a documentary study of the new line of the Comintern on war (New York: Young People's Socialist League, Greater New York Federation), ca. 1935.

Box 38, Folder 1

Eastman, Max. A letter to Americans (New York: Rand School Press), 1941.

Box 38, Folder 1

_____. "Religion and Bolshevism" [excerpt torn from Plain Talk, July, n.d., pp. 93- 100].

Box 38, Folder 1

Eastwood, Frank M. The question box: answers to questions about socialism, together with the official declaration of principles of the Socialist Party (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1908.

Box 38, Folder 1

Erber, Ernest. Plenty for all: the meaning of socialism, 2nd ed. (New York: New International Publishing Co. for The Workers Party), 1946.

 

Feigenbaum - Ghent.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 38, Folder 2

Feigenbaum, William. Abraham I. Shiplacoff: the spirit of Brownsville (New York: Rand School Press for Shiplacoff Day Committee), 1937.

Box 38, Folder 2

Fine, Nathan. The collapse of the Seabury investigation, foreword Morris Hillquit (New York: Rand School Press), 1932.

Box 38, Folder 2

Fisher, Mark. Evolution and revolution (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1910s.

Box 38, Folder 2

Francis, Philip. What's the matter with our America (New York: Littlebooks Library), 1919.

Box 38, Folder 2

Garver, William L. Socialism in brief (Chillicothe: William L. Garver), 1905.

Box 38, Folder 2

Gates, Albert. Incentive pay: the speed-up new style (New York: Workers Party), 1943.

Box 38, Folder 2

Ghent, William J. To skeptics and doubters (New York: John Lane Co./Intercollegiate Socialist Society), 1911.

 

Gibbs - Goldman.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 38, Folder 3

Gibbs, Howard A. Socialism: what is it? (New York: New York Call), 1912.

Box 38, Folder 3

Goldman, Albert. The assassination of Leon Trotsky: the proofs of Stalin's guilt (New York: Pioneer), 1940.

Box 38, Folder 3

_____. From communism to socialism (s.l.: Socialist Workers Party), 1935.

Box 38, Folder 3

_____. In defense of socialism: the official court record of attorney Albert Goldman's final speech for the defense in the famous Minneapolis "sedition" trial (New York: Pioneer), 1942.

Box 38, Folder 3

_____. Why we defend the Soviet Union (New York: Pioneer Publishers for Socialist Workers Party), 1940.

 

Hanford - Henderson.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 38, Folder 4

Hanford, Ben. Fight for your life!, 2nd ed. (New York: Wilshire Book Co.), 1909.

Box 38, Folder 4

Hansen, Joseph. The Socialist Workers Party: what it is, what it stands for (New York: Pioneer), 1948.

Box 38, Folder 4

Hass, Eric. Stalinist imperialism: the social and economic forces behind Russian expansion (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1946.

Box 38, Folder 4

Haywood, William D. and Frank Bohn. Industrial socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1911 [2 copies].

Box 38, Folder 4

Henderson, Arthur and British Labor Party. Towards a new world: being the reconstruction programme of the British Labor Party; together with an introductory article . . . and some explanatory notes (New York: W. R. Browne), 1918.

 

Hillquit, Morris.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 38, Folder 5

From Marx to Lenin (New York: Hanford Press), 1921.

Box 38, Folder 5

Mr. Mallock's "ability" (New York: Socialist Literature Co.), ca. 1907.

Box 38, Folder 5

Present-day socialism (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1920.

Box 38, Folder 5

Socialism summed up (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1917.

Box 38, Folder 5

Hillquit, Morris and Edward F. Keating. Shall a Labor Party be formed in America?: debated by Morris Hillquit, affirmative and Edward Keating, negative, J. Howard Melish, presiding (New York: National Labor Forum), 1923.

 

Hoan - Hyman.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 38, Folder 6

Hoan, Daniel W. The failure of regulation (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), 1914.

Box 38, Folder 6

_____. Taxes and tax dodgers (Chicago: Socialist Party of America), 1933.

Box 38, Folder 6

Holmes, T. J. Socialism: aim, methods and tactics as applied to twentieth century conditions (New York: National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party), 1920.

Box 38, Folder 6

Howe, Irving. Don't pay more rent! (Long Island: Workers Party Publications for Workers Party of the United States), 1947.

Box 38, Folder 6

Hunter, Robert. Labor in politics (Chicago: Socialist Party), 1915.

Box 38, Folder 6

Hyman, Sonia Zunser. Economic security and world peace (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1938.

 

Jacoby - Kelso.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 38, Folder 7

Jacoby, Johann. The object of the labor movement, trans. Florence Kelley (New York: International Publishing Co.), 1899.

Box 38, Folder 7

Kaneko, Josephine Conger. A little sister of the poor (Girard: Progressive Woman Publishing Co.), 1909.

Box 38, Folder 7

Kantorovitch, Haim. Problems of revolutionary socialism (New York: American Socialist Monthly), 1936.

Box 38, Folder 7

_____. The Socialist Party at the cross roads: notes on the declaration of principles adopted at the national convention, Socialist Party, Detroit, June 3, 1934 (New York: Max Delson), 1934.

Box 38, Folder 7

_____. Towards socialist reorientation (Chicago and New York: American Socialist Quarterly/Education Committee of the Socialist Party), 1935.

Box 38, Folder 7

Kelso, Harold. Build for socialism!: a manual on organization, rev. ed. (Chicago: Socialist Party), 1934.

Box 38, Folder 7

Kelso Jr., Robert N. Must we fight this war? (Washington: Youth Committee Against War), 1938.

 

Keracher - Kester.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 38, Folder 8

Keracher, John. Economics for beginners: elementary economics in simple language (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1935 [2 copies].

Box 38, Folder 8

_____. How the gods were made: a study in historical materialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1929.

Box 38, Folder 8

_____. Proletarian lessons (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1930s.

Box 38, Folder 8

Kerr, Charles H. What socialism is (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), ca. 1912.

Box 38, Folder 8

Kerr, Charles H., ed. Socialist songs (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1900.

Box 38, Folder 8

Kester, Howard and Workers Defense League. "To establish justice": sharecroppers under planters law (New York: Workers Defense League), 1940.

 

Kirkpatrick, George.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 38, Folder 9

For the educated proletariat: some questions (New York: Co-Operative Press), 1910s.

Box 38, Folder 9

Mental dynamite, or, little lessons to learn, 5th ed. (s.l.: George R. Kirkpatrick), 1906.

Box 38, Folder 9

The slander of the toilers (Pittsburgh: Collectivist Press), 1919.

Box 38, Folder 9

Think or surrender (Girard: Appeal to Reason), 1916.

Box 38, Folder 9

Think or surrender, 2nd ed. (Pittsburgh: Collectivist Press), 1916.

 

Korngold - Laidler.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 38, Folder 10

Korngold, Ralph. Are there classes in America? (Chicago: Socialist Party), 1914.

Box 38, Folder 10

Kramer, Dale. Coughlin, Lemke and the Union Party (Minneapolis: Farmers Book Store), 1936.

Box 38, Folder 10

Krzycki, Leo. The unions and the socialists (Chicago: Socialist Party of USA), 1933.

Box 38, Folder 10

Laidler, Harry W. The federal government and functional democracy (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1940 [encl. promotional letter].

Box 38, Folder 10

_____. How America lives: a handbook of industrial facts (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1924.

Box 38, Folder 10

_____. How America lives: a handbook of industrial facts, rev. ed. (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1930.

 

Laidler, Harry W.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 1

Incentives under capitalism and socialism (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1933.

Box 39, Folder 1

Public ownership here and abroad, before, during and after the war, 3rd ed. (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1929.

Box 39, Folder 1

Toward a farmer-labor party (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1938.

Box 39, Folder 1

Unemployment and its remedies (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1929.

Box 39, Folder 1

Unemployment and its remedies (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1931.

Box 39, Folder 1

Laidler, Harry W., ed., et. al. The third freedom: freedom from want, symposium (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1943.

 

Lash - Lewack.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 39, Folder 2

Lash, Joseph P. The campus: a fortress of democracy (New York: American Student Union), 1938.

Box 39, Folder 2

_____. The campus strikes against war, foreword John Cripps (New York: Student League for Industrial Democracy), 1935.

Box 39, Folder 2

_____. Toward a 'closed shop' on the campus (New York: American Student Union), 1936.

Box 39, Folder 2

Leffingwell, William H. Easy lessons in socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), ca. 1904.

Box 39, Folder 2

Lerner, James. Youth demands peace (New York: National Youth Committee, American League Against War and Fascism), 1936.

Box 39, Folder 2

Levenstein, Aaron. The atomic age: suicide, slavery, or socialism? (New York: Socialist Party), 1946.

Box 39, Folder 2

_____. Make freedom Constitutional, intro. Norman Thomas (New York: Young People's Socialist League), 1935.

Box 39, Folder 2

Lewack, Harold. The quiet revolution: a study of the Antigonish movement (New York: Student League for Industrial Democracy), 1955.

 

Lipkowitz - Lund.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 3

Lipkowitz, Irving. Monopoly and big business (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1940.

Box 39, Folder 3

Lipschitz, Siegfried. Swastika over Germany (New York: Rand School Press), 1933.

Box 39, Folder 3

London, Meyer. Preparedness---its dangers: a socialist view of the militarist agitation, in the light of the European war, with a plea for mediation; speech of Hon. Meyer London of New York in the House of Representatives, January 18, 1916 (Washington: s.n.), 1916.

Box 39, Folder 3

Lovett, Robert Morss. The middle class and organized labor (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1940.

Box 39, Folder 3

Lozovsky, A. The role of the labor unions in the Russian revolution (New York: Industrial Union Party), 1935.

Box 39, Folder 3

Lund, Ernest. Plenty for all: the meaning of socialism (New York: Workers Party), ca. 1943.

 

MacDonald - Marshall.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 4

MacDonald, Dwight. Fascism and the American scene (New York: Pioneer), 1938.

Box 39, Folder 4

MacFeely, Fred T. Shop talks on socialism [Wayland's Monthly no. 3, May 1915] (Girard: W.H. Wayland), 1915.

Box 39, Folder 4

Maley, Anna Agnes. Our national kitchen: the substance of a speech on socialism (Minneapolis: People's Press), 1916.

Box 39, Folder 4

Marcy, Mary E. Shop talks on economics (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.), 1911 [2 copies].

Box 39, Folder 4

Marshall, Robert. The social management of American forests (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1930.

 

Mayhew - Mordell.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 39, Folder 5

Mayhew, Howard. Racial terror at Trumbull Park, Chicago (New York: Pioneer), 1954.

Box 39, Folder 5

McClure, William Scholl. Socialism: a paper read before the Albany Press Club "socialist night" (Edinburgh: Socialist Labour Press), 1906.

Box 39, Folder 5

McGrady, Thomas. Socialism and the labor problem: a plea for social democracy (Terre Haute: Debs Publishing Co.), 1901.

Box 39, Folder 5

Morais, Herbert M. and William Cahn. Gene Debs: the story of a fighting American (New York: International), 1948.

Box 39, Folder 5

Mordell, Albert. Clarence Darrow, Eugene V. Debs and Haldeman-Julius: incidents in the career of an author, editor and publisher (Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications), 1950.

 

Morrow - Naft.

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 6

Morrow, Felix. Labor's answer to conscription (New York: Pioneer for the Socialist Workers Party), 1940 [2 copies].

Box 39, Folder 6

Muste, Abraham John. Which party for the American worker?: letters to a worker- correspondent (New York: Pioneer Publishers for Workers Party of the US), 1935.

Box 39, Folder 6

_____. Why a Labor Party, and the folly of the non-partisan policy (New York: Conference for Progressive Labor Action), 1929.

Box 39, Folder 6

Naft, Stephen. 100 questions to the communists (New York: Rand School Press), 1939.

Box 39, Folder 6

_____. Questions for communists, 3rd rev. ed. (New York: American Labor Conference for International Affairs), 1950.

 

Nearing, Scott (1 of 8).

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 39, Folder 7

The American empire, 4th ed. (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1921 [2 copies].

 

Nearing, Scott (2 of 8).

Physical Description: 3 items.
Box 39, Folder 8

British Labor bids for power: the historic Scarboro conference of the Trades Union Congress (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1926.

Box 39, Folder 8

The Debs decision (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1919.

Box 39, Folder 8

Educational frontiers: a book about Simon Nelson Patten and other teachers (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1925.

 

Nearing, Scott (3 of 8).

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 39, Folder 9

The European civil war: the first twenty years, 1917-1936 (Ridgewood: Scott Nearing), 1936.

Box 39, Folder 9

Europe in revolution: a letter from Scott Nearing (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1920.

Box 39, Folder 9

Europe in revolution: a letter from Scott Nearing, 2nd ed. (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1920.

Box 39, Folder 9

Europe: West and East (New York: Vanguard Press), 1934 [3 copies].

Box 39, Folder 9

From capitalism to communism (Washington: World Events Committee), ca. 1946.

 

Nearing, Scott (4 of 8).

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 39, Folder 10

Glimpses of the Soviet Republic (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1926 [2 copies].

Box 39, Folder 10

The great madness: a victory for the American plutocracy (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1917 [2 copies].

Box 39, Folder 10

Irrepressible America (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1922 [3 copies].

 

Nearing, Scott (5 of 8).

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 39, Folder 11

Labor and the League of Nations (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1919 [3 copies].

Box 39, Folder 11

The new age: will it be dark or golden? (Washington: World Events Committee), 1947.

Box 39, Folder 11

The new slavery, or The world made safe for plutocracy (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), 1920.

 

Nearing, Scott (6 of 8).

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 40, Folder 1

Oil and the germs of war (Ridgewood: Nellie Seeds Nearing), 1923.

Box 40, Folder 1

The one big union of business (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1920.

Box 40, Folder 1

The one way out, rev. ed. (New York: Vanguard Press), 1932.

Box 40, Folder 1

Russia turns east: the triumph of Soviet diplomacy in Asia (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1926.

Box 40, Folder 1

Scott Nearing's address to the jury: the speech before the jury when charged with a violation of the Espionage Act (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1919.

Box 40, Folder 1

The Second World War: an evaluation (Ridgewood: Scott Nearing), 1940.

Box 40, Folder 1

Stopping a war: the fight of the French workers against the Moroccan campaign of 1925 (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1926.

 

Nearing, Scott (7 of 8).

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 40, Folder 2

"To promote the general welfare": an essay on the powers and duties of government and the rights, obligations and responsibilities of citizens (Harborside: Social Science Institute), ca. 1953.

Box 40, Folder 2

The trial of Scott Nearing and the American Socialist Society . . . February 5th to 19th, 1919 (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1919.

Box 40, Folder 2

A warless world (New York: Vanguard Press), 1931. War or peace? (New York: Island Press), 1946.

Box 40, Folder 2

War or peace? (New York: Island Press), 1946.

 

Nearing, Scott (8 of 8).

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 40, Folder 3

Why hard times?: a study of the economic and social forces that are sweeping away capitalist imperialism (New York: Urquhart Press), 1932.

Box 40, Folder 3

Work and pay (Philadelphia: Charles W. Ervin), 1917 [2 copies].

Box 40, Folder 3

World labor unity (New York: Social Science Publishers), 1926.

Box 40, Folder 3

Nearing, Scott and John Haynes Holmes. Can the church be radical?: debate held at the Lexington Theatre, Sunday afternoon, February 12, 1922 (New York: Hanford Press), 1922 [2 copies].

 

Nearing - Oak.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 40, Folder 4

Nearing, Scott, Sam A. Lewisohn, M.C. Rorty, and Morris Hillquit. The future of capitalism and socialism in America: a symposium (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1927.

Box 40, Folder 4

Nearing, Scott and Edwin R. A. Seligman. Capitalism vs. socialism: a public debate, intro. Oswald Garrison Villard (New York: Fine Arts Guild), 1921.

Box 40, Folder 4

Nearing, Scott, Edwin R. A. Seligman, and Fenner Brockway. Capitalism, socialism, communism?: a debate (Linden: Political Science Pocket Library), 1930.

Box 40, Folder 4

Noyes, William H. The evolution of the class struggle (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1899.

Box 40, Folder 4

Oak, Liston M. Free and unfettered: an American socialist on the election in Poland, foreword J.S. Middleton (London: Democratic Press and Liberty Publications), 1947.

 

Oneal, James.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 40, Folder 5

Labor and the next war: a study of American imperialism and its effect upon the workers (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), ca. 1922 [2 copies].

Box 40, Folder 5

Sabotage, or, Socialism vs. syndicalism: a critical study of theories and methods (Saint Louis: National Rip-Saw Publishing Co.), 1913.

Box 40, Folder 5

Socialism's new beginning (New York: Gene Debs People's Forum Foundation), 1958.

Box 40, Folder 5

Socialism versus Bolshevism (New York: Rand School Press), 1935 [2 copies].

Box 40, Folder 5

Some pages of Party history (New York: James Oneal), 1934.

Box 40, Folder 5

The workers in American history, 4th ed. (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1921.

 

Page - Perky.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 40, Folder 6

Page, Kirby. Capitalism and its rivals: a comparative interpretation of individualism, New Dealism, fascism, communism, and socialism (New York: Eddy and Page), 1936.

Box 40, Folder 6

Panken, Jacob. Socialism for America (New York: Rand School Press), ca. 1933.

Box 40, Folder 6

Pell, Orlie. The office worker: labor's side of the ledger [New Frontiers vol. 4, no. 6 October 1936] (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1936.

Box 40, Folder 6

Perelman, Norman. What price telephones? (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1941.

Box 40, Folder 6

Perky, Cheves West. Cooperation in the United States [The Intercollegiate Socialist vol. 5, no. 4 April-May 1917] (s.l.: The Intercollegiate Socialist), 1917.

 

Petersen, Arnold (1 of 3).

Physical Description: 6 items.
Box 40, Folder 7

Burlesque Bolshevism: American "communism" as an auxiliary of capitalism (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1934.

Box 40, Folder 7

Communist Jesuitism: Communist Party dishonesty exposed (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1939.

Box 40, Folder 7

Daniel De Leon: disciplinarian (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1943 [2 copies].

Box 40, Folder 7

Daniel De Leon: from reform to revolution, 1886-1936 (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1937.

Box 40, Folder 7

Daniel De Leon: internationalist (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1944.

 

Petersen, Arnold (2 of 3).

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 40, Folder 8

Daniel De Leon: orator (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1942.

Box 40, Folder 8

Daniel De Leon: pioneer socialist editor (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1931.

Box 40, Folder 8

De Leonist milestones (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1952.

Box 40, Folder 8

Karl Marx and Marxian science: a universal genius (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1943.

 

Petersen, Arnold (3 of 3).

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 40, Folder 9

Socialism: the world of tomorrow (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1939.

Box 40, Folder 9

Soviet Russia: promise or menace? (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1939.

Box 40, Folder 9

The truth about inflation: inflation of prices or deflation of labor? (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1943.

Box 40, Folder 9

War (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1937. W. Z. Foster---renegade or spy? (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1935 [2 copies].

Box 40, Folder 9

W. Z. Foster---renegade or spy? (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1935 [2 copies].

 

Pettigrew - Preis.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 40, Folder 10

Pettigrew, R. F. Chapters from Imperial Washington: the story of American public life from 1870 to 1920 (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1922.

Box 40, Folder 10

Pincus, Arthur. Terror in Cuba, preface John Dos Passos (New York: Workers Defense League), 1936.

Box 40, Folder 10

Porter, Paul. The commonwealth plan (Chicago: Socialist Party of the USA), 1934.

Box 40, Folder 10

_____. Which way for the Socialist Party? (Milwaukee: Socialist Party of Wisconsin), 1937.

Box 40, Folder 10

Preis, Art. America's permanent depression: the truth about unemployment (New York: Socialist Workers Party), 1937.

 

Raisky - Reinstein.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 41, Folder 1

Raisky, L.G. Daniel De Leon: the struggle against opportunism in the American labor movement (New York: New York Labor News Co.), 1932.

Box 41, Folder 1

Ranger, Jack. Next: a Labor Party! (Long Island: Labor Action for the Workers Party and Socialist Youth League), 1948.

Box 41, Folder 1

Recht, Charles. The right of asylum (New York: Social Economic Foundation), 1935.

Box 41, Folder 1

Reinstein, Boris. International May Day and American Labor Day: a holiday expressing working class emancipation versus a holiday exalting labor's chains (New York: National Executive Committee Socialist Labor Party), 1913.

 

Richardson, Noble Asa.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 41, Folder 2

Industrial problems (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1912.

Box 41, Folder 2

Introduction to socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1902 [2 copies].

Box 41, Folder 2

Introduction to socialism (Girard: Appeal to Reason), 1902.

Box 41, Folder 2

Methods of acquiring national possession of our industries (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1903.

 

Ricker - Rose.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 41, Folder 3

Ries, William Frederich. Bees and butterflies (Toledo: W.F. Ries), 1911.

Box 41, Folder 3

_____. Men and mules, 6th ed. (Toledo: W.F. Ries), ca. 1908.

Box 41, Folder 3

Rochester, Anna. Wages in the United States (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1928.

Box 41, Folder 3

Rose, Alex. Report by Alex Rose, State Secretary, American Labor Party as submitted to the State Committee on January 6, 1940 (New York: American Labor Party?), 1940.

 

Russell, Charles Edward.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 41, Folder 4

Doing us good and plenty (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1914.

Box 41, Folder 4

Gouged, or, The national crisis (Newark: Clarion Publishing), 1910.

Box 41, Folder 4

The growing menace of socialism (New York: Branch 1 of the Socialist Party), 1910.

Box 41, Folder 4

Socialism and the national crisis (New York: Socialistic Literature Co.), 1910.

 

Ruthenberg - Scudder.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 41, Folder 5

Ruthenberg, Charles E. Are we growing toward socialism? (Cleveland: Local Cleveland, Socialist Party), 1917.

Box 41, Folder 5

Sandberg, Karl F.M. The money trust: the issue of 1912 (Chicago: Karl F.M. Sandberg), 1912.

Box 41, Folder 5

_____. The new rebellion: a revolt against our financial slavery (Chicago: Karl F.M. Sandberg), 1913 [encl. letter to "Socialist Party Members"].

Box 41, Folder 5

Schaffer, Louis. Stalin's fifth column on Broadway: a cue to theatre people (New York: Rand School Press), 1940.

Box 41, Folder 5

Schapiro, Theodore. Algernon Lee: an appreciation (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1954.

Box 41, Folder 5

Schlüter, Hermann. Prohibition und Arbeiterklasse (Chicago: Deutschen Sprachgruppe der Sozialistischen Partei der Vereinigten Staaten), 1910s.

Box 41, Folder 5

Scudder, Vida D. Socialism and sacrifice (New York: Socialistic Literature Co.), ca. 1910.

 

Seidel - Simons.

Physical Description: 9 items.
Box 41, Folder 6

Seidel, Emil. Which must go?: America or private ownership of railroads (Milwaukee: Socialist Party of Wisconsin), 1923.

Box 41, Folder 6

Seidman, Joel. A Labor Party for America? (Katonah: Brookwood Labor Publications), 1932.

Box 41, Folder 6

Senior, Walter H. The bankruptcy of reform (New York: Industrial Union League), 1932.

Box 41, Folder 6

Shachtman, Max. Socialism, the hope of humanity: speech delivered by Max Shachtman, Workers Party candidate for Mayor of New York City (New York: Workers Party Election Campaign Committee), 1945.

Box 41, Folder 6

Sigerist, Henry E. A health program for the American people: the Wagner health bill and the national health program (New York: People's National Health Committee), 1939.

Box 41, Folder 6

Silverman, Harriet. The people's health (New York: People's National Health Committee), 1938.

Box 41, Folder 6

Simons, Algie Martin. Class struggles in America, rev. ed. (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1906.

Box 41, Folder 6

_____. Packingtown (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1899.

Box 41, Folder 6

_____. Wasting human life (s.l.: s.n.), ca. 1912.

 

Solomon - Spargo.

Physical Description: 8 items.
Box 41, Folder 7

Solomon, Charles. Detroit and the Party (New York: Committee for the Preservation of Socialist Policies), 1933.

Box 41, Folder 7

Solomon, Charles and George Gordon Battle. Karl Marx or Thomas Jefferson?: a debate on individualism-socialism between Hon. Charles Solomon and Hon. George Gordon Battle, foreword Norman Thomas (New York: Political Science Pocket Library), 1931.

Box 41, Folder 7

Spargo, John. The common sense of socialism: a series of letters addressed to Jonathan Edwards, of Pittsburg (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1908.

Box 41, Folder 7

_____. Forces that make for socialism in America: a lecture at Cooper Union, New York City (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1905.

Box 41, Folder 7

_____. The socialists: who they are and what they stand for (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1910.

Box 41, Folder 7

_____. The socialists: who they are and what they stand for (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), n.d.

Box 41, Folder 7

_____. Where we stand: a lecture (New York: Comrade Publishing Co.), 1902.

Box 41, Folder 7

Spargo, John, J.G. Phelps, et. al. The allied cause is the cause of socialist internationalism: an address to the socialists of all lands issued on behalf of the Social Democratic League of America and the Jewish Socialist League (New York: Social Democratic League and Jewish Socialist League), 1918.

 

Sprenger - Thomas, C.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 41, Folder 8

Sprenger, Rudolf. Bolshevism: its roots, role, class view and methods, trans. Integer (New York: International Review), ca. 1939-40.

Box 41, Folder 8

Sweezy, Paul M. Marxian socialism: power elite or ruling class? (New York: Monthly Review Press), 1956.

Box 41, Folder 8

Symes, Lillian. Communism: world revolution to red imperialism (Chicago: Socialist Party USA and Young People's Socialist League), 1939.

Box 41, Folder 8

Thomas, C. West coast longshoremen and the "Bridges plan" (New York: Pioneer Publishers), 1943.

 

Thomas, Norman (1 of 2).

Physical Description: 10 items.
Box 41, Folder 9

Democratic socialism: a new appraisal (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1953.

Box 41, Folder 9

Emancipate youth from work, old age from fear (Chicago: National Campaign Committee of the Socialist Party), 1936.

Box 41, Folder 9

Hagueism is fascism (New York: Workers Defense League), 1938.

Box 41, Folder 9

How can the Socialist Party best serve socialism?: an argument in support of the position of the majority of the national executive committee concerning electoral activities (s.l.: Norman Thomas), 1949.

Box 41, Folder 9

Is the New Deal socialism?: an answer to Al Smith and the American Liberty League (Chicago: Socialist Party), 1936.

Box 41, Folder 9

The New Deal: a socialist analysis (Chicago: Socialist Party of America), 1934. Russia: promise and performance (New York: Socialist Party), 1945.

Box 41, Folder 9

Shall labor support Roosevelt? (Chicago: Labor League for Thomas and Nelson), 1936.

Box 41, Folder 9

Socialism states its case on war (Chicago: Socialist Party), 1939.

Box 41, Folder 9

The truth about socialism (New York: Socialist Party), 1943.

 

Thomas, Norman (2 of 2).

Physical Description: 10 items.
Box 41, Folder 10

War as a socialist sees it (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1936.

Box 41, Folder 10

War's heretics: a plea for the conscientious objector (New York: Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism), 1917.

Box 41, Folder 10

What is industrial democracy? (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1925.

Box 41, Folder 10

What socialism is and is not (New York: Socialist Party, Kings County), 1932.

Box 41, Folder 10

Why I am a socialist (Chicago: Socialist Party of America), 1936 [2 copies].

Box 41, Folder 10

World federation: what are the difficulties (New York: Post War World Council), 1942.

Box 41, Folder 10

Thomas, Norman and Earl Browder. Debate: which road for American workers, socialist or communist? Norman Thomas vs. Earl Browder, Madison Square Garden, New York November 27, 1935 (New York: Socialist Call), 1936.

Box 41, Folder 10

Thomas, Norman, James H. Maurer, et. al. A plan for America: official 1932 campaign handbook of the Socialist Party (Chicago: Socialist Party of America), 1932.

Box 41, Folder 10

Thomas, Norman and A. Philip Randolph. Victory's victims?: the negro's future (New York: Socialist Party), 1943.

 

Thompson - Tilton.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 41, Folder 11

Thompson, Carl D. The constructive program of socialism, as illustrated by measures advanced by socialists in municipal, state and national legislation (Milwaukee: Social-Democratic Publishing Co.), 1908.

Box 41, Folder 11

_____. Labor measures of the Social-Democrats, Milwaukee administration (Milwaukee: s.n.), 1910.

Box 41, Folder 11

_____. The rising tide of socialism (Chicago: National Office of the Socialist Party), 1911.

Box 41, Folder 11

Tichenor, Henry M. Woman under capitalism: the story of class rule (Saint Louis: National Rip-Saw Publishing Co.), 1912.

Box 41, Folder 11

Tilton, Ira C. The red book for education and organization: a study course for Party members (Reading: Socialist Party of Pennsylvania), 1913.

 

Todd - Tyler.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 42, Folder 1

Todd, Albert M. Relation of public ownership to democracy and social justice: an address before the Academy of Political Science in the city of New York, Nov. 22, 1919 (Chicago: Public Ownership League of America), 1920.

Box 42, Folder 1

Trachtenberg, Alexander, ed. The American socialists and the war: a documentary history of the attitude of the Socialist Party toward war and militarism since the outbreak of the Great War, intro. Morris Hillquit (New York: Rand School of Social Science), 1917.

Box 42, Folder 1

Tucker, Irwin St. John. Now it must be done (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States), 1920.

Box 42, Folder 1

_____. Poems of a socialist priest, illus. Dorothy Tucker (Chicago: Irwin St. John Tucker), 1915.

Box 42, Folder 1

Twining, T. Intemperance and poverty (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1901.

Box 42, Folder 1

Tyler, August. The united front (New York: Rand School Press), 1933.

Box 42, Folder 1

Tyler, Gus. Youth fights war! (Chicago: Young People's Socialist League), 1935.

 

Vail, Charles H.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 42, Folder 2

Principles of scientific socialism (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1899.

Box 42, Folder 2

The socialist movement (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1902 [2 copies, diff. editions].

Box 42, Folder 2

The trust question: its political and economic aspects (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1900.

 

Van Loon - Wason.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 42, Folder 3

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. Why I believe that the future belongs to labor (New York: American Labor Party), 1936.

Box 42, Folder 3

Veritas, pseudonym. Pro-war communism! (Brooklyn: Advance Publishers), 1937.

Box 42, Folder 3

Vincent, Henry. The editor with a punch: Wayland, an appreciation, 2nd ed. (Massillon: Ohio Printing & Publishing Co.), 1912.

Box 42, Folder 3

Walden, May. Socialism and the home (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1900.

Box 42, Folder 3

Ward, Harry F. The profit motive: is it indispensable to industry? (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1924.

Box 42, Folder 3

Warren, Fred D. $2,000 per year and a six-hour day, this is what socialism offers you for your vote: an argument, backed with facts (Girard: Appeal to Reason), 1912.

Box 42, Folder 3

Wason, Robert Alexander. The wolves: a fable with a purpose, illus. G. Weiser (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co.), 1908.

 

Wayland - Wilson.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 42, Folder 4

Wayland, J. A. and Ben Wilson. Wayland's undelivered address and Ben Wilson's funeral oration (Girard: Appeal to Reason), 1913.

Box 42, Folder 4

Weisenberg, Mina. The L.I.D. fifty years of democratic education, 1905-1955: to Dr. Harry Laidler for a lifetime of dedicated service in behalf of the L.I.D. and its democratic ideals (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1955.

Box 42, Folder 4

Weitz, Louis. Out of a job? (New York: Culture Alliance), 1921.

Box 42, Folder 4

Wentworth, Franklin H. The woman's portion: an address delivered in Carnegie Hall . . . February 27, 1910, under the auspices of the women of the Socialist Party (New York: Socialistic Co-Operative Publishing Association), 1910.

Box 42, Folder 4

West, John. War and the workers (New York?: Workers Party of U.S.), ca. 1936.

Box 42, Folder 4

Willard, Frances. Frances Willard's views on socialism, compiled by Rev. J. H. Hollingsworth (Terre Haute: J.H. Hollingsworth), n.d.

Box 42, Folder 4

Wilson, Stanley B. Can a Catholic be a socialist? (Los Angeles: Citizen Print Shop), 1912.

 

Wolfe - Work.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 42, Folder 5

Wolfe, Bertram D. Things we want to know (New York: Workers Age Publishing Association), 1934.

Box 42, Folder 5

Wolfson, Theresa, and Abraham Weiss. Industrial unionism in American labor movement (New York: League for Industrial Democracy), 1937.

Box 42, Folder 5

Work, John M. What's so and what isn't (Chicago: National Office of the Socialist Party), 1916.

Box 42, Folder 5

_____. Where you get off (Chicago: Socialist Party), ca. 1912.

 

Wortis - Wright.

Physical Description: 3 items.
Box 42, Folder 6

Wortis, Joseph. How progressive is psychoanalysis, rep. from New Masses, Oct. 2 and 9, 1945 (Brooklyn: s.n.), 1945.

Box 42, Folder 6

Woytinsky, W. S. The U.S. and Latin America's economy (New York: Tamiment Institute), 1958.

Box 42, Folder 6

Wright, Carroll D. Class conflict in Colorado, compiled from extracts from official report of Carroll D. Wright, US Commissioner of Labor, intro. Eugene V. Debs Wayland's Monthly no. 84, April 1907] (Girard: J. A. Wayland), 1907.

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