Correspondence, speeches and writings, bulletins, newsletters, press releases,
resolutions, trial transcripts, pamphlets, and clippings, relating to the 1919 trial of
Victor Berger under the Espionage Act; Socialist Party internal politics, especially
during the mid-1930s; post-World War II opposition to communism within American trade
unions; and anti-communist activities of the Council Against Communist Aggression and its
successor organization, the Council for the Defense of Freedom.
Marx Lewis was a member of the Board of Directors of the League for Industrial Democracy;
he was Chairman of the National Legislative Committee, Liberal Party of New York State
for l4 years, as well as a member of its State Executive and Trade Union Committees; and
he was on the Labor Advisory Committee of the National Labor Service, American Jewish
26 manuscript boxes (10.8 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.