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Series Description

Boxes 1-3

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1930-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Genealogical writings, printed matter, obituaries, condolence letters, memorial meeting addresses, memorabilia, and miscellany, relating to the family, student years, and death of Joseph Hansen. Arranged alphabetically by topic.
Boxes 3-35

CORRESPONDENCE, 1913-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence of Joseph Hansen arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. Correspondence of Reba Hansen, wife of Joseph Hansen, is interfiled. Nationality or country of residence of correspondents is indicated when other than United States.
Boxes 35-60

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1928-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Speeches and writings by Joseph Hansen arranged chronologically.
Boxes 60-67

EDITORIAL FILE, 1924-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Speeches and writings by others, with editorial annotations or other handwritten commentary by Joseph Hansen. In many, but not all, cases, annotations reflect planned publication in journals edited by Hansen. Arranged alphabetically by author.
Boxes 67-68

REBA HANSEN FILE, 1928-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Papers of Reba Hansen (1909-1990), wife of Joseph Hansen, business manager of Intercontinental Press, and Socialist Workers Party member, including speeches and writings, and miscellany, arranged by physical form.
Box 68

BEATRICE HANSEN FILE, 1945-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Papers of Beatrice Hansen (1925-1969), sister-in-law of Joseph Hansen, and member of the National Committee of the Socialist Workers Party, including correspondence, speeches and writings, and personal documents, arranged by physical form.
Boxes 69-70

LEON TROTSKY FILE, 1903-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Originals and copies of correspondence and speeches and writings of the Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky (1879-1940); correspondence, writings, and memoranda of members of his household and other associates; and collected printed matter and copies of government documents relating to him. Arranged by physical form.
Box 70

NATALIIA SEDOVA TROTSKAIA FILE, 1940-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Originals and copies of correspondence and speeches and writings of Nataliia Sedova Trotskaia (1882-1962), wife of Leon Trotsky; and collected printed matter relating to her. Arranged by physical form.
Boxes 71-94

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL FILE, 1930-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, internal bulletins, resolutions, statements, reports, memoranda, serial issues, pamphlets, and clippings by or about the Fourth International and other Trotskyist-derived groups. Includes internal and public issuances of the Fourth International, its various national sections, and other Trotskyist groups; correspondence of Fourth International leaders; correspondence of Socialist Workers Party leaders on international topics; internal and public issuances of the Socialist Workers Party on international topics; and material relating to the Fourth International, but generated outside it. Does not include writings or correspondence of Joseph Hansen. Arranged alphabetically by country.
Boxes 94-98

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY FILE, 1929-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, discussion documents, resolutions, reports, memoranda, minutes, and printed matter, by or about the Socialist Workers Party. Includes correspondence of party leaders on domestic topics; internal and public issuances of the party on domestic topics; and material relating to the party but generated outside it. Does not include writings or correspondence of Joseph Hansen. Arranged by physical form.
Boxes 98-104

SUBJECT FILE, 1887-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Collected pamphlets, serial issues, printed articles, clippings, leaflets, bulletins, newsletters, and miscellany, arranged alphabetically by topic.
Box 105

OVERSIZE FILE, 1976-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Large format publications.
Boxes 106-109

INDEXES.

Scope and Content Note

Indexes prepared by Library of Social History prior to present arrangement of collection.
Cassette cabinet

PHONOTAPE, 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Sound recording of speech by Joseph Hansen.
10-A.V

PHOTOGRAPHS, ca. 1900-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Prints of Joseph Hansen, family members, and acquaintances.
Box 110

INCREMENT, 1927-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlets produced by Hansen and yearbook, received after the bulk of the collection was processed, arranged in two subseries, Biographical File and Speeches and Writings.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1930-1979

 

Death. Obituaries, memorial meeting addresses, and condolence letters and messages, 1979

Box 1, Folder 1

Antilles

Folder 2

Argentina. Includes letters by Nahuel Moreno

Folder 3

Australia

Folder 4

Austria

Folder 5

Belgium. Includes letters by Fernand Charlier and Ernest Mandel

Folder 6

Bolivia

Folder 7

Botswana

Folder 8

Brazil

Folder 9

Canada. Includes letter by Ross Dowson and memorial meeting transcript

Folder 10

Chile. Letter by Luis Vitale

Folder 11

Colombia

Folder 12

Costa Rica. Includes letter by Fausto Amador

Folder 13

Denmark

Folder 14

Ecuador

 

France

Folder 15

Condolence messages. Includes letters by Pierre Broue, Pierre Frank, Jean-Francois Godchau, Pierre Lambert, and Michel Pablo

Folder 16

Obituaries

Folder 17

Germany

Folder 18

Great Britain. Includes letters or messages by John and Mary Archer, Ken Coates, Tamara Deutscher, Sam Gordon, Alan and Connie Harris, and Louis Sinclair

Folder 19

Greece

Folder 20

Hong Kong

Folder 21

India. Includes letters by Sailen Banerji and Sharad Jhaveri

Folder 22

Iran

Folder 23

Israel

Folder 24

Italy. Includes letter by Livio Maitan

Folder 25

Japan

Folder 26

Lebanon

Folder 27

Mauritius

Folder 28

Mexico. Includes letters by Manuel Aguilar and Esteban Volkov, and memorial meeting addresses by Aguilar and Cristina Rivas

Folder 29

New Zealand

Box 2, Folder 1

Panama

Folder 2

Peru. Includes letter by Hugo Blanco

Folder 3

Puerto Rico

Folder 4

Spain

Folder 5

Sri Lanka. Letter by Bala Tampoe

Folder 6

Sweden

Folder 7

Switzerland. Includes letter by George von Steiger

 

United States

Folder 8-10

Condolence messages to Reba Hansen. Includes letters by Kay Burch, Morris and Pearl Chertov, Max Geldman, Milton and Tybie Genecin, C. Frank and Grace Glass, Conrad D. Hansen, Ellarean Hansen, Asher and Ruth Harer, Clara Kaye, Chris Moustakis, Peng Shu-tse and Ch'en Pi-lan, Della Rossa, Ruth Schein, Ted and Dot Selander, Ann Snipper, Suzanne Weiss, and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 11

Condolence messages to Socialist Workers Party. Includes letters or messages by Pearl Chertov, C. Frank and Grace Glass, David McReynolds, Chris Moustakis, and Morris and Sylvia Stein

 

Memorial meeting addresses

Folder 12

New York City. Includes addresses or messages by Jack Barnes, Michael Baumann, Farrell and Marvel Dobbs, and Peng Shu-tse and Ch'en Pi-lan. See also Death/Mexico

Folder 13

San Francisco. Includes address by Ruth Schein

Folder 14

Seattle. Includes addresses by Stephanie Coontz and Richard Garza

Folder 15-16

Obituaries

Folder 17

Uruguay

Folder 18

Venezuela. Includes letter by Alfonso Ramirez

Box 3, Folder 1

Drawing of Joseph Hansen as a young man by Edwin Herron, n.d.

 

Family

Folder 2

DeWolfe, Louise (sister of Joseph Hansen). Notes and letters re legal and medical affairs, 1973

Folder 3-4

Hansen, Conrad J. Z. (father of Joseph Hansen). Autobiographical and genealogical writings, 1971-1975

Folder 5

Hansen, Rose (mother of Joseph Hansen). Autobiographical and genealogical writings, 1962-1965

Folder 6

Miscellany. Letters, clippings, and genealogical writings, 1942-1966

Folder 7

Miscellany. Memorabilia and bills, 1930-1943

Folder 8

Publishing fund. Announcements, lists, and statistics, 1979

 

University of Utah

Folder 9

General. Grades and clippings, 1931-1932

 

University Pen (campus literary magazine, of which Joseph Hansen was an editor). Printed copies

Folder 10

1931-1932

Folder 11

1933-1935

Folder 12

Utah Humbug (campus humor magazine, to which Joseph Hansen was a contributor). Printed copies, 1933

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1913-1980

 

General

Box 3, Folder 13

Algeria, 1963-1964

 

Argentina

Folder 14

1940-1969

Folder 15

1970-1978

Folder 16

Australia, 1965-1973

Folder 17

Austria, 1969-1973

Folder 18

Belgium, 1965-1976

Box 4, Folder 1

Bolivia, 1941-1970

Folder 2

Brazil, 1945-1977

 

Canada

Folder 3

1956-1971

Folder 4

1972-1977

Folder 5

Chile, 1945-1973

Folder 6

Colombia, 1962-1978

Folder 7

Costa Rica, 1976-1978

Folder 8

Cuba, 1957-1978

Folder 9

Cyprus, 1965-1973

Folder 10

Czechoslovakia, 1969

Folder 11

Denmark, 1964-1977

Folder 12

Dominican Republic, 1971

Folder 13

Ecuador, 1957-1961

 

France

Folder 14

1945-1967

Folder 15

1969-1976

Folder 16

Germany, 1954-1978

 

Great Britain

Folder 17

1955-1974

Folder 18

1975-1979

Folder 19

Greece, 1957-1974

Folder 20

Guyana, 1962-1967

Folder 21

Hong Kong, 1969-1971

Box 5, Folder 1

India, 1957-1977

Folder 2

Indonesia, 1946-1967

Folder 3

Iran, 1966

Folder 4

Israel, 1960-1976

Folder 5

Italy, 1945-1973

Folder 6

Jamaica, 1961-1969

Folder 7

Japan, 1962-1975

Folder 8

Lebanon, 1970-1972

Folder 9

Luxemburg, 1972

Folder 10

Malaysia, 1967

 

Mexico

Folder 11

1940-1969

Folder 12

1970-1976

Folder 13

Mozambique, 1967

Folder 14

Netherlands, 1946-1976

Folder 15

New Zealand, 1965-1977

Folder 16

Nigeria, 1954-1970

Folder 17

Pakistan, 1971

Folder 18

Peru, 1957-1976

Folder 19

South Africa, 1957

Folder 20

Spain, 1967-1977

Folder 21

Sri Lanka, 1957-1976

Folder 22

Sweden, 1972-1978

Folder 23

Switzerland, 1957-1971

Folder 24

Tanzania, 1966-1969

Folder 25

Turkey, n.d.

 

United States

Folder 26

1927-1939

Folder 27

1940-1942

Box 6, Folder 1

1943

Folder 2

1944-1948

Folder 3

1950-1957

Folder 4

1958-1961

 

1962

Folder 5

January-February

Folder 6

March

Folder 7

April-September

Folder 8

1963-1967

Folder 9

1968-1970

Box 7, Folder 1

1971-1972

Folder 2

1973-1975

Folder 3

1976

Folder 4

1977

Folder 5

1978-1980

Folder 6

Uruguay, 1968-1972

Folder 7

Venezuela, 1970-1977

Folder 8

Vietnam, 1966

Folder 9

Yugoslavia, 1970

Folder 10

Zambia, 1964-1971

 

Abern, Martin

Folder 11

1935-1936

Folder 12

1937

 

Aguilar, Manuel and Mara (Mexico)

Folder 13

1962-1968

Folder 14

1969-1977

Box 8, Folder 1

Alarco, Rosa (Peru), 1969-1971

Folder 2

Alexander, Robert J., 1969-1977

Folder 3

Ali, Tariq (Pakistan; Great Britain), 1968-1973

Folder 4

Amador, Fausto (Nicaragua; Costa Rica), 1977-1978

Folder 5

Ames, Philip (U.S.; Mexico), 1970-1971

Folder 6

Anderson, Paul, 1937-1940

Folder 7

Archer, John and Mary (Great Britain), 1976

Folder 8

Aronson, James, 1960

Folder 9

Austin, John and Rudie, 1943-1972

Folder 10

Bagel, Bobbie, 1974-1976

Folder 11

Banerji, Sailen (India), 1971-1974

Folder 12

Barnes, Jack, 1965-1970

Folder 13

Beauvais, Jean-Pierre (France), 1971-1978

Folder 14

Belfrage, Cedric (Great Britain; U.S.; Mexico), 1966

Folder 15

Birney, Earle (Canada), 1937-1939

 

Blanco, Hugo (Peru)

Folder 16

1969-1970

Folder 17

1971-1973

Folder 18

Blick, Robin (Great Britain), 1975-1976

Folder 19

Bombaro, Natalie, 1975-1980

Folder 20

Bornstein, Sam (Great Britain), 1976

Folder 21

Boulton, James E., 1958-1962

Folder 22

Braverman, Harry, 1970

 

Breitman, George

Folder 23

1943-1959

Box 9, Folder 1

1960-1971

Folder 2

1972-1979

Folder 3

Broue, Pierre (France), 1972-1973

Folder 4

Brundy, Peggy, 1969-1970

Folder 5

Burch, Kay, 1943-1979

Folder 6

Cadart, Claude and Lily (France), 1966-1972

 

Camejo, Daniel (Venezuela; Mexico; U.S.)

Folder 7

1961-1965

Folder 8

1966

Folder 9

1967-1973

Folder 10

Camejo, Maria (Venezuela; Mexico), 1962-1965

Folder 11

Camejo, Peter (Venezuela; U.S.), 1961-1972

 

Cannon, James P.

Folder 12

1937-1952

Folder 13

1953

Folder 14

1954

Folder 15

1955-1959

Box 10, Folder 1

1960-1963

Folder 2

1965-1974

Folder 3

Carlson, Grace, 1951

Folder 4

Carvajal, R. (Cuba), 1961

Folder 5

Charlier, Fernand (France; Belgium), 1966

Folder 6

Chertov, Morris and Pearl, 1958-1976

 

Chester, Bob and Anne

Folder 7

1944-1965

Folder 8

1967-1972

Folder 9

1973-1976

Folder 10

1977-1979

Folder 11

Clarke, George, 1940-1948

 

Coates, Ken (Great Britain)

Folder 12

1963-1975

Folder 13

1976-1978

Folder 14

Cochran, Bert, 1940

Folder 15

Cookridge, E. H. (Great Britain), 1977

Box 11, Folder 1

Coover, Oscar, Jr., and Rossa, Della, 1961-1976

Folder 2

Coover, Oscar, Sr., 1939-1941

Folder 3

Cornell, Charles (U.S.; Mexico), 1940-1946

Folder 4

Cowley, Joyce, 1957

Folder 5

Cumming, Bill, 1957-1975

Folder 6

Curtiss, Charles and Lillian (U.S.; Mexico), 1940-1979

Folder 7

Desai, Magan (India), 1967-1976

Folder 8

Deutscher, Isaac and Tamara (Poland; Great Britain), 1960-1978

Folder 9

DeWolfe, Louise (sister of Joseph Hansen), 1947-1977

 

Di Giuliomaria, Sirio (Italy)

Folder 10

1963-1968

Folder 11

1969-1974

 

Dobbs, Farrell

Folder 12

1943-1958

Folder 13

1961

Folder 14

1962

 

1963

Folder 15

January-April

Folder 16

May-December

 

1964

Box 12, Folder 1

January-May

Folder 2

June-December

Folder 3

1965-1980

Folder 4

Dobbs, Marvel, 1958-1978

 

Dobbs, Sherry

Folder 5

1956-1962

Folder 6

1963-1975

Folder 7

Doritty, Barbara, 1964-1975

 

Dowson, Ross (Canada)

Folder 8

1945-1962

Folder 9

1963-1965

Folder 10

1966-1968

Folder 11

1969-1979

Folder 12

Draper, Hal, 1962

Folder 13

Dunayevskaya, Raya, 1938-1976

Folder 14

Dunne, Vincent R., 1951-1966

Folder 15

Edwards, Theodore, 1958-1970

Box 13, Folder 1

Fair Play for Cuba Committee (U.S. and Canada; re Cuba), 1960-1967. See also Olson, Vernel

Folder 2

Farrell, James T., 1939-1976

Folder 3

Feingold, Carl, 1958-1963

 

Fender, David (U.S.; Europe)

Folder 4

1965-1966

Folder 5

1967

Folder 6

1968-1971

 

Ferguson, Duncan

Folder 7

1944-1961

Folder 8

1962-1974

Folder 9

Fernandez, Octavio, and family (Mexico), 1946-1962

Folder 10

Fischler, Harry, 1940

Folder 11

Foley, Gerry, n.d.

Folder 12

Fourth International. International Committee, 1962

Folder 13

Fourth International. International Secretariat, 1953

Folder 14

Fourth International. Revolutionary Marxist Tendency, 1976

 

Fourth International. United Secretariat (includes letters written collectively to, or collectively by, Pierre Frank, Livio Maitan and Ernest Mandel)

Folder 15

1966-1969

Folder 16

1970-1978

Folder 17

Fox, Art, 1957-1958

Folder 18

France. Consulat (New York City), 1971

 

Frank, Pierre (France)

Folder 19

1956-1966

Folder 20

1967-1968

Box 14, Folder 1

1969-1970

Folder 2

1971-1976

Folder 3

Frankel, Jan (Czechoslovakia; U.S.), 1939

Folder 4

Fraser, Richard, 1957

Folder 5

Fryer, Peter (Great Britain), 1957

Folder 6

Galindez, Ricardo (Venezuela), 1976-1977

Folder 7

Garrett, Jan, 1966-1972

Folder 8

Garza, Richard (U.S.; Mexico), 1957-1971

Folder 9

Geldman, Max, 1953

Folder 10

Geller, Jules, 1940-1952

Folder 11

Genecin, Milton and Tybie, 1955-1980

Folder 12

Gibbs, Wendell, 1928

 

Glass, C. Frank and Grace (South Africa; U.S.; re China and Philippines)

Folder 13

1954-1958

Folder 14

1959-1967

Folder 15

1968-1970

Folder 16

1971-1973

Folder 17

1974-1976

Box 15, Folder 1

1977-1979

Folder 2

Glenn, John R. (Canada; Philippines), 1969-1972

Folder 3

Godchau, Jean-Francois (France), 1969-1978

Folder 4

Goldman, Albert, 1939-1949

 

Gordon, Sam (U.S.; Great Britain)

Folder 5

1962-1963

Folder 6

1964-1968

Folder 7

1969-1975

Folder 8

1976-1979

Folder 9

Grant, Ted (Great Britain), 1963

Folder 10

Gregorich, Barbara, 1967-1970

Folder 11

Halstead, Fred and Virginia, 1958-1977

Folder 12

Hanman, Bert, 1935-1939

 

Hansen, Allan (brother of Joseph Hansen)

Folder 13

1937-1942

Folder 14

1943

Folder 15

1944-1952

Box 16, Folder 1

1953-1963

 

Hansen, Beatrice (sister-in-law of Joseph Hansen)

Folder 2

1947-1956

Folder 3

1957

Folder 4

1958-1961

Folder 5

1962

Folder 6

1963-1966

 

1967

Folder 7

February-April

Folder 8

May-December

Folder 9

1968-1969

Folder 10

Hansen, Conrad D. (brother of Joseph Hansen), 1928-1977

 

Hansen, Conrad J. Z. and Rose (father and mother of Joseph Hansen)

Box 17, Folder 1

1928-1940

Folder 2

1941-1942

Folder 3

1943-1948

Folder 4

1950-1964

Folder 5

1965-1967

Folder 6

1968-1970

Folder 7

1971-1974

Folder 8

1975-1978

Folder 9

Hansen, David and Ellarean (brother and sister-in-law of Joseph Hansen), 1928-1976

 

Hansen, Reba (wife of Joseph Hansen)

Box 18, Folder 1

1929

Folder 2

1930-1936

 

1937

Folder 3

February-August

Folder 4

September-October

Folder 5

November

Folder 6

December

 

1938

Folder 7

January

Folder 8

February

Folder 9

March

Folder 10

April

Folder 11

May

Folder 12

June-August

 

1939

Box 19, Folder 1

October

Folder 2

November

Folder 3

December

Folder 4

1940

Folder 5

1941

Folder 6

1942

 

1943

Folder 7

February-April

Folder 8

May

Box 20, Folder 1

June

Folder 2

July

Folder 3

August

Folder 4

September

Folder 5

October

Folder 6

November-December

Folder 7

1944

Folder 8

1945

 

1948

Box 21, Folder 1

January

Folder 2

July-August

Folder 3

1951-1956

Folder 4

1957

Folder 5

1958-1961

 

1962

Folder 6

January-March

Folder 7

April

Folder 8

1964-1967

Folder 9

1968

Folder 10

1969-1977

 

Hansen family (other members). See also DeWolfe, Louise

Folder 11

1913-1943

Folder 12

1960-1978

Box 22, Folder 1

Harding, Timothy (U.S.; Brazil), 1960-1974

Folder 2

Harer, Asher and Ruth, 1953-1978

 

Harris, Alan and Connie (Great Britain)

Folder 3

1963-1969

Folder 4

1970-1975

Folder 5

1976-1980

Folder 6

Haston, Jock (Great Britain), 1977

 

Healy, Gerry (Great Britain)

Folder 7

1953-1962

Folder 8

1963

Folder 9

Herreshoff, David, 1977

 

Herron, Edwin, Rosamond, and Nausicaa. Includes satirical drawings by Edwin Herron

Folder 10

1937-1939

Folder 11

1940-1947

Folder 12

1966-1967

Box 23, Folder 1

1970-1973

Folder 2

1974

Folder 3

1975

Folder 4

1976

 

1977

Folder 5

January-May

Folder 6

June-December

 

1978

Folder 7

January-May

Folder 8

June-December

Box 24, Folder 1

1979-1980

Folder 2

Horowitz, Gus, and Finch, Becky (U.S.; France), 1966-1977

Folder 3

Houdek, Julia, 1961-1966

Folder 4

Hutter, Trent, 1956-1958

Folder 5

Jack, Anna (South Africa; Canada), 1965-1967

Folder 6

James, Frances, 1954-1957

Folder 7

Jenkins, Mark (Great Britain), 1975-1976

Folder 8

Jhaveri, Sharad (India), 1970-1977

Folder 9

Jones, Alan (Great Britain), 1974-1978

Folder 10

Jordan, Pat (Great Britain), 1962-1978

Folder 11

Jungclas, Georg (Germany), 1957-1972

 

Karsner, Rose

Folder 12

1937-1943

Folder 13

1950-1953

Folder 14

1954-1957

Folder 15

1958-1959

Box 25, Folder 1

1960-1961

Folder 2

1962-1965

Folder 3

1966-1968

Folder 4

Kaye, Clara, 1953-1957

Folder 5

Kemp, Tom (Great Britain), 1958-1961

Folder 6

Kerry, Karolyn, 1962-1980

 

Kerry, Tom

Folder 7

1942-1962

Folder 8

1963

Folder 9

1964

Folder 10

1965

Folder 11

Khrushchev, Nikita (Soviet Union), 1956

Folder 12

Klein, Mark, 1957-1958

Folder 13

Kolpe, S. B. (India), 1960-1974

Folder 14

Kurihara, Toichi (Japan), 1966-1968

Box 26, Folder 1

Lambert, Pierre (France), 1962-1976

Folder 2

LaRouche, Lyndon, 1954

Folder 3

Lee, Franz J. T. (Germany; re South Africa), 1964-1969

Folder 4

Leninist-Trotskyist Faction (Fourth International), 1977

Folder 5

Levine, Isaac Don, 1959-1968

Folder 6

Lippmann, Walter, 1971-1976

Folder 7

Locke, Keith (Canada; New Zealand), 1968-1971

Folder 8

Lovell, Frank and Sarah, 1943-1979

Folder 9

Lund, Caroline (U.S.; Belgium), 1969-1976

Folder 10

Lund, Gordon (U.S.; Germany), 1929-1957

Folder 11

McAvoy, Clifford, 1957

Folder 12

Macdonald, Dwight, 1938-1939

Folder 13

Mage, Shane, 1957-1959

 

Maitan, Livio (Italy)

Folder 14

1960-1965

Folder 15

1966-1967

Folder 16

1968-1969

Folder 17

1970-1972

Folder 18

1973-1978

Folder 19

Malagon, Alberto (Dominican Republic), 1967-1975

Folder 20

Malamuth, Charles, 1939-1940

 

Mandel, Ernest (Belgium)

Folder 21

1945-1965

Box 27, Folder 1

1966

Folder 2

1967

Folder 3

1968

Folder 4

1969

Folder 5

1970

Folder 6

1971

Folder 7

1972-1973

Folder 8

1974-1975

Folder 9

1976-1979

 

Mandel, Gisela (Germany; Belgium)

Folder 10

1967-1969

Folder 11

1970

Folder 12

1971-1973

Folder 13

1974-1976

Box 28, Folder 1

1977

Folder 2

1978-1980

Folder 3

Marcy, Sam, 1955

Folder 4

Martin, Jeanne (France), 1948-1955

Folder 5

Medvedev, Zhores (Soviet Union; Great Britain), 1974

Folder 6

Meissenheimer, Joyce (South Africa; Canada), 1971

Folder 7

Mills, C. Wright, 1961

 

Moreno, Nahuel (Argentina)

Folder 8

1961-1965

Folder 9

1966-1970

Folder 10

1971-1974

Folder 11

1975-1977

Folder 12

Morgan, Bill and Ada, 1939-1957

Folder 13

Morgan, Jeanne, 1952-1956

Folder 14

Morrell, Andrea, 1971-1972

Folder 15

Morrow, Felix, 1939-1940

Folder 16

Moustakis, Chris, 1940-1953

Folder 17

Mqotsi, L. (South Africa; Zambia; Great Britain), 1966-1971

Folder 18

Nasir, George (Canada), 1956-1961

Folder 19

Nattier, Luc (France), 1966-1971

 

Novack, George

Folder 20

1937-1951

Folder 21

1955-1962

Box 29, Folder 1

1963-1964

Folder 2

1965-1975

Folder 3

O'Brien, Vaughan T. (U.S.; Mexico), 1937-1977

Folder 4

O'Connor, Harvey, 1957

Folder 5

Okatani, S. (Japan), 1963-1971

Folder 6

Olson, Vernel (Canada; re Cuba), 1965-1972

Folder 7

O'Rourke, Walter (U.S.; Mexico), 1939-1942

Folder 8

Pablo, Michel (Greece; France), 1960-1963

Folder 9

Pearce, Brian (Great Britain), 1959-1960

 

Peng, Shu-tse, and Ch'en, Pi-lan (China; France; U.S.)

Folder 10

1960-1966

Folder 11

1967

Folder 12

1968-1969

Folder 13

1970-1971

Box 30, Folder 1

1972-1973

Folder 2

1974-1979

Folder 3

Perry, Hayden, 1971

Folder 4

Preis, Art and Ethel, 1956-1965

Folder 5

Prensa Latina (Cuba; Czechoslovakia), 1960-1970

Folder 6

Ramirez, Alfonso (Venezuela), 1961-1976

Folder 7

Ramirez, Socorro (Colombia), 1977-1978

Folder 8

Reed, Evelyn, 1940-1965

Folder 9

Reyes, Ezequiel (Argentina), 1961-1962

Folder 10

Riddell, John (Canada), 1972

Folder 11

Ring, Harry, 1956-1979

Folder 12

Ring, Priscilla, 1956-1980

Folder 13

Roberts, Dan, 1956-1961

Folder 14

Roberts, Holland, 1957-1958

Folder 15

Roberts, Steve and Demila, 1944-1980

Folder 16

Robinson, Gladys Lloyd, ca. 1939

Folder 17

Rodolf, Frank and Katherine, 1973-1979

Folder 18

Romero, Ramon (Mexico), 1962

Folder 19

Rosas Bravo, Manuel (Venezuela), 1961

Box 31, Folder 1

Sakai, Yohichi (Japan), 1967-1974

Folder 2

Samarakkody, Edmund (Sri Lanka), 1964-1971

Folder 3

Santen, Sal (Netherlands), 1946-1960

Folder 4

Savelli, Giulio (Italy), 1966-1973

 

Schein, Ruth

Folder 5

1963-1975

Folder 6

1976-1980

Folder 7

Schmidt, Lester F., 1949

Folder 8

Schoenman, Ralph (U.S.; Great Britain), 1966

Folder 9

Schultz, Henry, 1938-1952

Folder 10

Schwartz, Stephen, 1971-1972

Folder 11

Seiffert, Johannes Ernst (Germany; Japan), 1966-1970

Folder 12

Selander, Ted and Dot, 1948-1962

Folder 13

Sell, Evelyn, 1958-1966

Folder 14

Shachtman, Max, 1934-1938

 

Sharon, Art (U.S.; Europe)

Folder 15

1943-1965

 

1966

Folder 16

January-May

Folder 17

June-September

Folder 18

October-December

 

1967

Folder 19

January-April

Box 32, Folder 1

May-December

Folder 2

1968

Folder 3

1969-1978

Folder 4

Shaw, Ed, 1963-1974

Folder 5

Sheppard, Barry (U.S.; Europe), 1965-1978

Folder 6

Shriver, George, 1962-1976

Folder 7

Simon, Jean, 1957-1970

Folder 8

Simon and Schuster (Publishers), 1937-1941

Folder 9

Sinclair, Louis (Great Britain), 1958-1976

Folder 10

Slaughter, Cliff (Great Britain), 1975

Folder 11

Snipper, Ann, 1969-1980

Folder 12

Socialist Workers Party. National Committee, 1939-1951

Folder 13

Socialist Workers Party. Political Committee, 1939-1940

Folder 14

Star, Jessica, 1972-1973

Folder 15

Steele, John and Sheila (Great Britain; Canada), 1970-1971

Folder 16

Steiger, George von (Switzerland), 1962-1972

Folder 17

Stein (France), 1971

Folder 18

Stein, Morris and Sylvia, 1948-1976

Folder 19

Sterling, Max, 1935-1937

Folder 20

Stermer, Joe, 1958-1970

Box 33, Folder 1

Swabeck, Arne, 1946-1959

Folder 2

Tampoe, Bala (Sri Lanka), 1971-1976

Folder 3

Tarbuck, Ken (Great Britain), 1966-1970

 

Tate, Ernest (Great Britain; Canada)

Folder 4

1966-1967

Folder 5

1968-1976

Folder 6

Thornett, Alan (Great Britain), 1975-1976

Folder 7

Thorstad, David (U.S.; France), 1966-1967

Folder 8

Thurber, Joe, 1928

 

Trainor, Lawrence and Augusta

Folder 9

1941-1942

Folder 10

1943

Folder 11

1944

Folder 12

1953-1979

Folder 13

Trejos, Marta (Costa Rica), 1975-1979

 

Trotskaia, Nataliia Sedova (Soviet Union; Mexico)

Folder 14

1940-1946

Folder 15

1947-1951

Box 34, Folder 1

1952-1957

 

Trotsky, Leon (Soviet Union; Mexico)

Folder 2

1937-1939

Folder 3

1940

Folder 4

United States. Consulate General (Mexico City), 1940

Folder 5

Valencia, Horacio (Argentina), 1962-1970

Folder 6

Valenzuela, Humberto (Chile), 1963

Folder 7

Van Heijenoort, Jean (France; Mexico; U.S.), 1939-1941

Folder 8

Vern, Dennis, 1951

Folder 9

Vitale, Luis (Chile), 1960-1975. Includes letters written collectively to, or collectively by, Vitale and Humberto Valenzuela

Folder 10

Volkov, Esteban (Mexico), 1960-1976

Folder 11

Wald, Alan, 1976-1978

Folder 12

Wang, Fan-hsi (China; Great Britain), 1978

Folder 13

Warshell, Steve, 1971-1979

Folder 14

Wasserman, Jac, 1937

Folder 15

Weber, Jack and Sara, 1939-1977

Folder 16

Weinstock, Nathan (U.S.; France), 1967-1975

 

Weiss, Murry

Folder 17

1937-1956

Folder 18

1957-1962

Folder 19

Weiss, Myra Tanner, 1940-1957

Folder 20

Weiss, Suzanne, 1973-1979

 

Weissman, George and Connie

Box 35, Folder 1

1947-1962

Folder 2

1963-1969

Folder 3

Weston, Carol (U.S.; Latin America), 1962

Folder 4

Weyl, Sylvia, 1958

Folder 5

Whitney, W. J. and Lillian (Canada), 1955-1962

Folder 6

Wicks, Harry (Great Britain), 1977

Folder 7

Widick, B. J., 1936-1937

Folder 8

Wohlforth, Tim, 1957-1977

Folder 9

Wright, John G., 1939-1955

Folder 10

Yamanishi, Eichii (Japan), 1957-1965

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1928-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Note: Socialist Workers Party is abbreviated throughout this series as SWP
 

College papers, University of Utah, ca. 1928-1932. Typescript and holograph class papers, together with some curricular material

Box 35, Folder 11-12

Courses on the novel

Folder 13

Courses on the short story

Folder 14

Courses on sociology

Folder 15

Miscellaneous courses

 

Imaginative writings, ca. 1928-1940

 

Novels

 

"All That a Man Has"

Box 36, Folder 1-5

Typescript

Folder 6-7

Draft pages

Folder 8

Notes and publisher's report

Folder 9-11

"Dusty Sun." Typescript

 

Poems

Folder 12

General. Typescripts

Folder 13

"Night," Reimei, 1932 November. Printed copy

Folder 14

"100% Unaffiliated," Utah Humbug, 1933 May. Printed copy

 

Short stories. Typescripts unless otherwise specified

Box 37, Folder 1

Fragments and brief descriptive pieces. Typescripts and holographs

Folder 2

"Across Low Hills"

Folder 3

"Alby Stringfellow"

Folder 4

"Alias Podder Puff"

Folder 5

"And Cherish"

Folder 6

"The Autopsy of Nelly Carter"

Folder 7

"A Boat Ride"

Folder 8

"Bristol Wells," University Pen, 1933 Winter. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Business Not So Good," Frontier and Midland, 1934 Autumn. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Carmel and Clara"

Folder 11

"Charlemagne Bendoble." Holograph and typescript (incomplete)

Folder 12

"Confusion Range"

Folder 13

"Dahlgren"

Folder 14

"Dave Comes to Dinner," Frontier and Midland, 1935 Summer. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Deep Is the Night, Splendid the Sun"

Folder 16

"The Dish Rag," University Pen, 1931 December. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 17

"Donovan and Gary," Frontier and Midland, 1935 Autumn. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Dross"

Folder 19

"End of the Trail"

Folder 20

"Five Hours in the Sun"

Folder 21

"Fly Swatter Hop"

Folder 22

"Forgotten Chapter"

Folder 23

"Frivolous Venus"

Folder 24

"From the Blue Grill"

Folder 25

"Girl without a Veil"

Folder 26

"Graveyard on the Hill," University Pen, 1933 Spring. Printed copy

Folder 27

"Hall of Eternity"

Folder 28

"The Hobo Kid"

Folder 29

"I Am My Beloved's"

Folder 30

"A Kick in the Gaskin"

Folder 31

"Lord Fondleroy's Mother." Holograph and typescript

Folder 32

"The Lovers"

Folder 33

"Man Swinging a Hammer," Frontier and Midland, 1936 Winter. Printed copy

Box 38, Folder 1

"Moccasins of the Corpse"

Folder 2

"Moon Shadows"

Folder 3

"Mrs. Bishop Loses Her Ring"

Folder 4

"Night Came Again"

Folder 5

"Night Crept over the Alley"

Folder 6

"On the Ledge"

Folder 7

"One Hundred Thousand Years"

Folder 8

"Passion Dance"

Folder 9

"Poetic Justice"

Folder 10

"Poisoned Water"

Folder 11

"Room to Room"

Folder 12

"A Rose for the Grave"

Folder 13

"Servant of God"

Folder 14

"Silhouette," University Pen, 1932 March. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"Slime"

Folder 16

"A Souvenir for the Old Folks"

Folder 17

"Speed--Spree"

Folder 18

"The Success"

Folder 19

"Svart Erick on Qvitvare"

Folder 20

"Taken from My Life"

Folder 21

"They of Yomso"

Folder 22

"This the Land of Sterility"

Folder 23

"Torture of the Red Carnation"

Folder 24

"A Tragedy in Black"

Folder 25

"Trickling Sand"

Folder 26

"Twisted Mountain"

Folder 27

"Two Wooden Doves"

Folder 28

"Unrest"

Folder 29

"The Witch of Endor"

Folder 30

"X13 over S93"

Folder 31

"Remarkable Parallel" (re Moscow Trials), ca. 1930s. Typescript

Folder 32

Workers Party of the U.S. school notes, ca. 1935

Folder 33

"The Communist Manifesto, "1936. Outline notes

Folder 34

"French People's Front," 1936. Outline notes for speech

Folder 35

"French Situation," 1936. Outline notes for speech

Folder 36

Speech on Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936. Outline notes

Folder 37

"Unity Maneuvers of the Third International," 1936. Outline notes for speech

Folder 38

Outline notes on maritime trade union fraction meeting, ca. 1936-1937

Folder 39

Report on maritime trade unions, ca. 1936-1937. Typescript. Authorship uncertain

Folder 40

"Stalinist Purge Hits Western Worker, " ca. 1936-1937. Typescript

Folder 41

" 1936 Maritime Strike," 1937. Outline notes and partial holograph of speech

Folder 42

Notes on neutrality legislation and Spanish Civil War, 1937

Box 39, Folder 1-2

Notes on Albert Parsons (Haymarket martyr), ca. 1937

Folder 3

"People's Front," 1937. Outline notes for speech

Folder 4

Speech on sit-down strikes, 1937. Outline notes and partial typescript

Folder 5

Notes, 1937 May 12-June 12

Folder 6

Notes on Socialist Party, 1937 July

Folder 7

"Coyoacan Local of the Fourth International," 1938. Notes for internal SWP speech

Folder 8

"The Russian Workers' Own Story," Socialist Appeal, 1938 September 17. Review of Boris Silver, The Russian Workers' Own Story. Printed copy

Folder 9

Article on asylum of Leon Trotsky in Mexico for Socialist Appeal, 1938 November 12. Typescript

Folder 10

"Gold Is Still Where You Find It," New International, 1938 December. Review of John Littlepage and Demaree Bess, In Search of Soviet Gold. Printed copy

Folder 11

Election campaign position statement on New York City subways, 1939. Typescript

Folder 12-17

Notes on fascism, ca. 1939

Folder 18

Notes, miscellaneous, 1939

Folder 19

Speech on fascism, ca. 1939. Outline notes

Folder 20

Speech on Christian Front, 1939 August 23. Notes and flyer

Folder 21

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1939 September 30

Folder 22

Notes on Russian question, 1939 November

Folder 23

"On the New York Election Platform," 1939 December 7. Typescript

Folder 24

"Report on Invitation of Dies Committee to L. Trotsky to Testify before It on History of Stalinism," 1939 December 14. Typescript

Box 40, Folder 1-2

Notes on World War II, ca. 1939-1941

Folder 3

Notes on maritime trade unions, ca. 1940s

Folder 4

Notes, miscellaneous, ca. 1940s

Folder 5

"Comparison with Bourgeois Wars," 1940. Typescript

Folder 6

Notes on Labour and Socialist International, 1940

Folder 7

Notes on Leon Trotsky and Coyoacan household, 1940

Folder 8

Notes on World War II, 1940

Folder 9

"Renunciation of the Class Criterion," 1940. Typescript

Folder 10

"Roundup" (re World War II), 1940. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 11

Speech on Leon Trotsky, 1940. Notes and partial typescript

Folder 12

Speech notes and other notes, internal SWP debates, 1940

Folder 13

Speech, SWP Bronx branch, 1940 January. Notes

Folder 14

Speech on World War II, 1940 January. Holograph and typescript

Folder 15

Speech on internal SWP dispute, SWP Yorkville branch, 1940 January 3. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 16

Speech on internal SWP dispute, SWP Bronx branch, 1940 January 10. Notes and partial typescript

Folder 17

Speech on internal SWP dispute, SWP Bronx branch, 1940 February. Notes

Folder 18

Notes on SWP New York City meeting, 1940 February 18

Folder 19

"The Menace of the Christian Front," 1940 March. Typescript

Folder 20

Report to SWP Bronx branch on internal SWP dispute, 1940 March 14. Notes and partial typescript

Folder 21

Notes on Provisional May Day Committee Conference (organized by Communist Party), 1940 March 29

Folder 22

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1940 April 5-8

Folder 23

May Day speech, 1940 May 1. Holograph

Folder 24

Press releases on assassination of Leon Trotsky, 1940 August 21. Typescripts (in English and Spanish)

Folder 25

Press release on Communist Party statements re assassination of Leon Trotsky, 1940 September 11. Typescript

Folder 26

Memoir of Leon Trotsky, 1940 November 8. Typescripts

Folder 27

"The Revolutionary Way Out," 1940 December 20. Outline notes for speech, and flyer

Folder 28

"Go Forward," ca. 1940-1941. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 29

"Burnham: A Budding Fascist," 1941. Review of James Burnham, The Managerial Revolution. Typescript

Folder 30

"What Is Trotskyism?" 1941. Outline notes for speech

Box 41, Folder 1

Introduction for Grace Carlson, V. I. Lenin memorial meeting, 1941 January 24. Typescript

Folder 2

"The Soviet Union and the War," 1941 March 30. Outline notes and partial typescript of speech, and flyer

Folder 3

May Day message for Inicial, 1941 April 23. Typescript

Folder 4

Speech, Leon Trotsky memorial meeting, 1941 August 22. Typescript

Folder 5

"The Educational Tasks Facing the Party," 1941 October. Notes and typescript of speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 6

"The Soviet Union and the War," 1941 November 8. Outline notes and partial typescript of speech, and announcement

Folder 7

Article on American entry into World War II, 1941 December. Galleys

Folder 8

Notes on Antigua, 1941 December 20

Folder 9

Article on World War II, 1942. Galleys

Folder 10

"Caribbean Cruise," 1942. Typescript

Folder 11

"Fascism in America," ca. 1942. Outline notes for speech

Folder 12

"Fascism in Italy," ca. 1942. Outline notes for speech

Folder 13

"German Fascism," ca. 1942. Outline notes for speech

Folder 14

"Military Front," 1942. Typescript

Folder 15

Notes on Russian front in World War II, ca. 1942

Folder 16

"The Relationship of Our Transition Program to the Coming Revolution," 1942. Outline notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 17

"What Is the Principled Question at the Bottom of the Discussion?" 1942 February. Typescript

Folder 18

"A Planet Writhing in Agony," 1942 May. Typescript

Folder 19

Notes, 1943

Folder 20

Report on SWP educational work, 1943 March 4. Notes for oral report at internal SWP meeting

Folder 21

Speech, Leon Trotsky memorial meeting, 1943 August 22. Notes

Folder 22

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1943 October 29

Folder 23

Speech, SWP National Committee plenum, 1943 November 1. Outline notes and typescript

Folder 24

Speech, SWP internal meeting, Buffalo, New York, 1943 December 5. Outline notes

Folder 25

Notes taken while accompanying James P. Cannon to prison, 1943 December 28-31

Folder 26

"A New Contribution to Marxism," 1944. Review of James P. Cannon, The History of American Trotskyism (originally intended as introduction to book). Typescripts

Folder 27

Notes, 1944

Folder 28

"How the Trotskyists Went to Jail," Fourth International, 1944 February. Typescript

Folder 29

"Notes re Criticism of 'How the Trotskyists Went to Jail, '" 1944 March. Holograph

Folder 30

Notes on meeting with leaders of Revolutionary Communist Party (Great Britain), 1944 May 30

Folder 31

Notes on SWP national convention, 1944 November 16

Folder 32

"Our Method and Theirs," 1944 November 19. Notes and typescript of speech at SWP national convention

Folder 33

"Labor's Need: An Independent Labor Party," 1944 December 17. Outline notes and partial typescript of speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 34

"Greece," 1945. Notes

Folder 35

Introduction to Leon Trotsky, The First Five Years of the Communist International, 1945. Typescripts

Folder 36

"Mind," 1945. Notes

Folder 37

Notes on Albert Goldman, 1945

Folder 38

Notes, miscellaneous, 1945

Box 42, Folder 1

Speech on Soviet victory in World War II, 1945. Outline notes

Folder 2

"The Transition Program: A Guide to the Socialist Society," 1945. Outline notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 3

"The Greek Civil War," 1945 January 7. Outline notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 4

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1945 May 12

Folder 5

Article on Friedrich A. von Hayek, 1945 June. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 6

Speech on Albert Goldman, internal SWP meeting, 1945 October 6. Outline notes and partial typescript

Folder 7

Statement on Octavio Fernandez family (with Charles Cornell), 1945 November 17. Typescript

Folder 8

Notes on Greece, ca. 1945-1946

Folder 9

Speech on Albert Goldman, internal SWP meeting, ca. 1945-1946. Notes

Folder 10

Election campaign speeches as candidate for United States Senate, New York, 1946. Notes

Folder 11

"The Great Frame-Up," 1946. Review of Michael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn, The Great Conspiracy against Russia. Typescript

Folder 12

"Internationalism," 1946. Holograph

Folder 13

"Join the Socialist Workers Party," 1946. Outline notes for speech as candidate for United States Senate, New York

Folder 14

Notes on Joseph Stalin, 1946

Folder 15

"Problems that Face the Workers," 1946. Notes for election campaign speech as candidate for United States Senate, New York

Folder 16

Speech notes and other notes, internal SWP meetings, 1946

Folder 17

"Transition Demands: A Bridge to the Socialist Society," 1946. Outline notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 18

"Why We Went" (re visit to Nataliia Sedova Trotskaia), 1946. Outline notes for oral report at internal SWP meeting

Folder 19

Notes on Albert Goldman-Felix Morrow faction and Workers Party, ca. 1946 April

Folder 20

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1946 May 19

Folder 21

"Trotsky's Biography of Stalin," 1946 May 26. Outline notes for speech

Folder 22

"Transition Demands: The Road to a Better World," 1946 June 21. Outline notes for speech

Folder 23

Speech, Indonesia League rally, 1946 August 16. Outline notes

Folder 24

"Trotsky and the Socialist Society of the Future," 1946 August 21. Notes and flyer

Folder 25

"Real Meaning of Nuremberg Trials," 1946 October. Outline notes for speech

Folder 26

"Will We Have War with the Soviet Union?" 1946 October 24. Typescript of election campaign radio address as candidate for United States Senate, New York

Folder 27

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1946 November 15

Folder 28

"Bourgeois Politics and Workers' Politics in the Face of Imperialism," 1947. Typescript

Folder 29

"Byrnes' Get Tough Policy," 1947. Notes for speech

Folder 30

Speech on socialism, 1947. Outline notes

Folder 31

"Transition Program," 1947. Outline notes for internal SWP speech

Folder 32

Speech on Workers Party, internal SWP meeting, 1947 February. Outline notes

Folder 33

"The Road to Socialism," 1947 May 22. Outline notes for speech, and flyer

Folder 34

"The Path of a Renegade: The Political Evolution of James Burnham," 1947 May 23. Outline notes for speech (with flyer), and typescript version prepared as review of James Burnham, The Struggle for the World

Folder 35

"Marshall Plan," 1947 October 3. Outline notes for speech

Folder 36

Notes on Soviet foreign policy, ca. 1947-1948

Box 43, Folder 1

"New Evidence of Stalin's Fear of Trotskyism," 1948. Typescript

Folder 2

Notes on atomic energy, 1948

Folder 3

"100th Anniversary of Manifesto, " 1948. Notes

Folder 4

Report on SWP resolution, 1948. Notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 5

"The Socialist Workers Party," 1948. Outline notes for recruiting speech

Folder 6

Speech, internal SWP meeting, 1948. Outline notes

Folder 7

"The Struggle for World Power," 1948. Outline notes for speech

 

"The Struggle for Power in Europe," lecture tour, 1948 January

Folder 8

Outline notes and typescript

Folder 9

Publicity material, schedules, and tour progress report

Folder 10

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1948 February 21

Folder 11

"Resolution of the Sixth Plenum of the International Executive Committee on 'The Social Struggles in Western Europe since 1944, '" 1948 October. Outline

Folder 12

Speech notes and other notes, SWP internal debate on Eastern Europe, 1949

Folder 13

"Scientists and the Atomic Frankenstein," 1949 May. Outline notes for speech

Folder 14

Notes on Bolivia, ca. 1950s

Folder 15

Notes on bureaucracy, ca. 1950s

Folder 16

Notes on Eastern Europe, ca. 1950s

Folder 17

Notes on International Socialist Review, ca. 1950s

Folder 18

Notes on Mark Zborowski, ca. 1950s

Folder 19

Notes, miscellaneous, ca. 1950s

 

Trotsky School lecture material, ca. 1950s. Typescripts and outlines of lectures; notes; and curricular material. Note: Joseph Hansen was an instructor at the Trotsky School, which was operated by the SWP to train members in Marxist theory

Folder 20

Introductory lectures

Folder 21

Dialectics

Folder 22

Fetishism

 

Marx, Karl, Capital, Volume I

Folder 23-24

General

Box 44, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Charts

Folder 3

Money, Lecture material re

Folder 4

Outlines

Folder 5

Review

Folder 6-8

Chapter 1

Folder 9

Chapter 2

Folder 10-11

Chapter 3

Folder 12

Chapter 4

Folder 13

Chapter 5

Folder 14

Chapter 6

Folder 15

Chapter 7

Folder 16

Chapter 8

Folder 17

Chapter 9

Box 45, Folder 1

Chapter 10

Folder 2

Chapter 11

Folder 3

Chapter 12

Folder 4

Chapter 13

Folder 5

Chapter 14

Folder 6-8

Chapter 15

Folder 9

Chapter 16

Folder 10

Chapter 17

Folder 11

Chapter 18

Folder 12

Chapter 19

Folder 13

Chapter 20

Folder 14

Chapter 21

Folder 15

Chapter 22

Folder 16

Chapter 23

Folder 17

Chapter 24

Folder 18

Chapter 25

Folder 19

Chapter 26

Folder 20

Chapter 27

Folder 21

Chapter 28

Box 46, Folder 1

Chapter 29

Folder 2

Chapter 30

Folder 3

Chapter 31

Folder 4

Chapter 32

Folder 5

Chapter 33

Folder 6

Marx, Karl, Capital, Volume II

Folder 7

Marx, Karl, "Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy"

Folder 8

Marx, Karl, Political Economy and Philosophy

Folder 9

Russian Revolution

Folder 10

Miscellany

Folder 11

Election campaign speech as candidate for United States Senate, New York, 1950. Outline notes

Folder 12

Notes on Eastern Europe, 1950

Folder 13

Notes on Johnson-Forest Tendency, 1950

Folder 14

"Socialism as Way to Peace," 1950. Outline notes for speech

Folder 15

Speech on Cold War, internal SWP meeting, 1950. Outline notes

Folder 16

Speeches on Soviet foreign policy, internal SWP meetings, 1950. Notes

Folder 17

Speech, SWP National Committee plenum, 1950 February 10. Notes

Folder 18

"World Empire or World Socialism," 1950 July 15. Election campaign radio address as candidate for United States Senate, New York. Typescript

Folder 19

"After Korea, What?" 1950 September. Election campaign speech as candidate for United States Senate, New York. Outline notes

Folder 20

Election campaign speech as candidate for United States Senate, New York, 1950 October. Typescript

Folder 21

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1950 October 13

Folder 22

Notes on internal SWP situation, 1951

Folder 23

Reports on SWP press, internal SWP meetings, 1951. Outline notes

Folder 24

Speech on Johnson-Forest Tendency, internal SWP meeting, 1951. Typescript

 

"America and the World Crisis," lecture tour, 1951 February-April

Folder 25

Notes and holograph of standard speech

Folder 26

Debate with Minnesota State Senator Fay George Child, University of Minnesota, 1951 March 14. Notes

Folder 27

"Trotsky the Man," 1951 March 24. Notes for variant speech in Seattle

Folder 28

"Is China a Puppet of Moscow?" 1951 March 27. Notes for variant speech in Seattle

 

"America and the World Crisis," 1951 February-April (Contd.)

Folder 29

Announcements

Folder 30

Clippings

Folder 31

Schedules and miscellany

Folder 32

"Socialism as Way to Peace," 1951 September 30. Typescripts of speech, and flyers

Folder 33

Report on SWP resolution, internal SWP meeting, 1951 December. Notes

Box 47, Folder 1

Notes on national elections, 1952

Folder 2

Notes on internal SWP meetings, 1952

Folder 3

"Shachtman," 1952. Typescript

Folder 4

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1952 May

Folder 5

"The Steel Crisis and the Trend to Government by Executive Decree," 1952 May 16. Outline notes for speech

Folder 6

"Eisenhower and Fascism," 1952 November. Notes for speech

Folder 7

"Future of American Politics: The Meaning of the 1952 Elections," 1952 November. Outline notes and partial typescript of speech

Folder 8

Notes, ca. 1952-1953

Folder 9

"France," 1953. Outline notes for speech at internal SWP meeting

Folder 10-11

Notes for debates with Harry Braverman, internal SWP meetings, 1953

Folder 12

Notes on McCarthyism, 1953

Folder 13-17

Notes on internal SWP dispute, 1953

Folder 18

Notes, miscellaneous, 1953

Folder 19

"PCI Line" (re Parti Communiste Internationaliste [France]), 1953. Typescript

Folder 20

Summary of Bert Cochran position in internal SWP dispute, 1953. Notes

Folder 21

Notes on Bolivia, 1953 January

Folder 22

Article on internal SWP dispute, 1953 February. Typescript

Box 48, Folder 1-3

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1953 May 28

Folder 4

Notes on report by George Clarke at internal SWP meeting, 1953 June 11

Folder 5

"McCarthy Reaches for the White House," 1953 December. Outline notes for speech

Folder 6

Notes on McCarthyism, 1953 December

Folder 7

Notes on Pabloism, 1953 December

Folder 8

Notes on Isaac Deutscher, 1954

Folder 9

Notes on Indochina, 1954

Folder 10

Notes on world situation, 1954

Folder 11

"The Attempt to Free Trotsky's Killer," 1954 March 15. Notes, typescripts (in English and Spanish), and printed copy (in Spanish)

Folder 12

Debate with Myra Tanner Weiss on race question, internal SWP meeting, 1954 April. Notes

Folder 13

Speech, 70th birthday of Carl Skoglund, 1954 April 7. Typescript

Folder 14

Commencement speech, Trotsky School, 1954 May. Notes

Folder 15

Speech on Guatemala, 1954 July. Outline notes and partial holograph

Folder 16

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1954 November 26-28

Folder 17

Article on automation, 1955. Typescript

Folder 18

Notes on China, ca. 1955

Folder 19

"The Problem of Pseudomorphs and the Resurgence of Old Forms in the Revolutionary Process Today," 1955. Notes, holographs, and typescripts

Folder 20

Review of Max Eastman, Reflections on the Failure of Socialism, 1955. Notes and typescript

Folder 21

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1955 September

 

"Some Problems in Assessing the Chinese Revolution," 1955 September 10

Folder 22

Typescript

Box 49, Folder 1-2

Mimeographs

Folder 3

"Verdict of History" (re conflict between Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin), 1956. Notes and typescript of speech

Folder 4

"The End of the Stalin Cult," 1956 May 1. Outline notes for speech

Folder 5

Eulogy for John G. Wright, 1956 June 27. Notes

Folder 6

"Report on the Trotsky School," 1956 August. Typescript

Folder 7

"Discussion on Question of Tactical Approach to Elements Starting to Break with the Stalinists," 1956 October 4. Typed and mimeograph transcripts of discussion with George Novack and other SWP leaders

Folder 8

Notes on Howard Fast, The Naked God, ca. 1957

 

The Socialist Workers Party: What It Is, What It Stands For, revised edition, 1957

Folder 9

Printed copy of first edition (1948) annotated to indicate changes

Folder 10

Typescript

Folder 11

Speech on Leon Trotsky, Stanford University, 1957. Outline notes

Folder 12

"Stalinism," 1957. Typescript

Folder 13

Election campaign speech as candidate for mayor of Los Angeles, 1957 March 8. Notes

Folder 14

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1957 April

Folder 15

"The Outlook for Socialist Regroupment," lecture tour, 1957 April-May. Outline notes and publicity material

Folder 16-18

"Four Forgotten Congresses of Lenin's Time" (re first four World Congresses of Communist International), 1957 September. Notes for lecture series at SWP West Coast vacation school

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, The Militant, re Howard Fast, 1957 December 1. Typescript

Folder 20

"The Method of Historical Materialism," 1957 December 6. Notes for debate with Professor Leonard Ascher in San Francisco, and announcement

Box 50, Folder 1

Notes for debate with Sam Marcy, internal SWP meeting, 1958

Folder 2

Notes, miscellaneous, 1958

Folder 3

Speech on regroupment, SWP New York City branch, 1958. Outline notes

Folder 4

Speech on Leon Trotsky, Stanford University, 1958. Notes

Folder 5

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1958 January 24

Folder 6

Notes on Charles de Gaulle, 1958 June

Folder 7

Speech on Charles de Gaulle, internal SWP meeting, 1958 July 2. Outline notes

Folder 8

Speech on American-Soviet summit conferences, internal SWP meeting, 1958 August. Outline notes

Folder 9

Speech on Trotsky School, SWP New York City branch, 1958 November 6. Notes

Folder 10

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1958 November 27

Folder 11

Notes on China, ca. 1959

Folder 12

"Will E[isenhower] Accept K[hrushchev]'s Disarmament Offer?" 1959. Notes for speech

Folder 13

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1959 June 26-28

Folder 14

Notes on United Independent Socialist Committee meeting, New York City, 1959 September 26

Folder 15

Notes on population explosion, ca. 1959-1961

Folder 16

"Mandel's Marxist Economic Theory, " ca. 1960s. Holograph

Folder 17

"Notes for Memo on Greece," ca. 1960s. Notes

Folder 18

Notes on Cuba, ca. 1960s

Folder 19

Notes, miscellaneous, ca. 1960s

Folder 20

Preface to proposed new edition of Leon Trotsky, In Defense of Marxism, ca. 1960s. Notes and typescript

Folder 21

"Revolutionary Strategy and Tactics," ca. 1960s. Typescript

Folder 22

Notes on George Novack, The Long View of History, ca. 1960

Folder 23

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1960 February 26-28

Folder 24

Notes on trip to Cuba, 1960 April

Folder 25

Speech, birthday celebration for Carl Skoglund, 1960 April 7? (year uncertain). Holograph

Folder 26

Radio address on Cuba, 1960 April 29. Typescript

Folder 27

Notes on SWP regional conference, Chicago, 1960 July 23

Folder 28

"On Cuba," 1960 October 7. Notes

Folder 29

"Should Socialists Join Battle for Reforms?" The Militant, 1960 October 17. Printed copy

Folder 30

"More on Why Socialists Struggle for Reforms," The Militant, 1960 November 21. Printed copy

Folder 31

"Cuba vs. A[lliance] for P[rogress]," 1961. Outline notes for speech

Folder 32

Notes on Theodore Draper, Castro's Cuba, 1961

Folder 33

Speeches on Cuba, 1961. Notes

Folder 34

"Theory of the Cuban Revolution," International Socialist Review, 1961 Winter. Typed, mimeographed and printed copies of Spanish translation

Folder 35

"What Makes Latin America Explosive?" 1961. Notes for speech

Folder 36

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1961 January 13-14

Box 51, Folder 1-2

Notes on Conferencia Latinoamericana por la Soberania Nacional, la Emancipacion Economica y la Paz, Mexico City, 1961 March 5-8

Folder 3

Speech on Conferencia Latinoamericana por la Soberania Nacional, la Emancipacion Economica y la Paz, 1961 March 11. Notes and announcements

Folder 4

"Debate on Cuban Question," 1961 March 30. Notes and typescript of speech at internal SWP branch meeting

Folder 5

Notes on internal SWP New York City branch debate on Cuba, 1961 April-May

Folder 6

Notes on Vicente Lombardo Toledano, 1961 June

Folder 7

Speech notes and other notes, internal SWP New York City branch debate on Cuba, 1961 June 1-8

Folder 8

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1961 June 22

Folder 9

"The Theory of the Permanent Revolution," 1961 June 30. Outline notes, typescript, and typed transcript of internal SWP lecture

Folder 10

"Permanent Revolution in Cuba," 1961 July 1. Outline notes, typescript, and typed transcript of internal SWP lecture

Folder 11

"Latin America," 1961 July 2. Outline notes for internal SWP lecture

Folder 12

"Cuba," ca. 1961 August. Typescript

Folder 13-14

Notes on tour of Latin America, 1961 September-1962 January

Folder 15

Notes on Latin America, ca. 1962

Folder 16

Notes, miscellaneous, 1962

Box 52, Folder 1

"Reply to Hoy, " 1962. Typescript

Folder 2

Eulogy for Nataliia Sedova Trotskaia, 1962 January 29. Biographical data on Trotskaia, notes, and typescript

Folder 3

Discussion with Socialist Labour League (Great Britain) National Executive Committee, 1962 February 3-4. Mimeograph transcript

 

"What Makes Latin America Explosive," lecture tour, 1962 February-June

Folder 4

Notes and partial typescript of standard speech

Folder 5

Notes on tour

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, The Militant, re tour, 1962 April 30. Holograph and printed copy

Folder 7

Announcements

Folder 8-9

Clippings

Folder 10

Reports on tour from SWP local branches

Folder 11

Schedules, receipts and miscellany

 

Report and notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1962 June 14-17

Folder 12

Notes, typescript and mimeograph of majority international report

Folder 13

Notes on plenum

Folder 14

"Bank Holdup in Peru," The Militant, 1962 August 13. Typescript. Includes typed translation of accompanying statement by robbers

Folder 15

"Algeria," 1962 August 19. Typescript

Folder 16

"Chiang," 1962 August 20. Typescript

Folder 17

" L'Express on Cuba," ca. 1962 September. Typescript

Folder 18

"Algiers," 1962 September 3. Typescript

Folder 19

"Algeria," 1962 September 15. Typescript

Folder 20

"Algeria," 1962 September 21. Typescript

Folder 21

"Alistair Cooke," 1962 October. Typescript

Folder 22

"It Was Reported in the Press," 1962 October. Typescript

Folder 23

"Cuba, the Acid Test: A Reply to the Ultraleft Sectarians," 1962 November 20. Mimeograph and fragment of typescript

Folder 24

"Algerian Appeal for Help," 1962 December. Typescript

Folder 25

"Algerian Govt. Sets Example," 1962 December. Typescript

Box 53, Folder 1

"Algerians Acclaim Steps toward Socialism," ca. 1962-1963. Typescript

Folder 2

"Balance Sheet of the French Mine Strike," ca. 1962-1963. Typescript

Folder 3

Shorthand notes on meeting with Gerry Healy, ca. 1962-1963

Folder 4

"What Algeria's Children Face," ca. 1962-1963. Typescript

Folder 5

"The 'New Frontier' in South Vietnam," ca. 1963. Holograph

Folder 6

Notes on Brazil, 1963

Folder 7

Article on demonstration of unemployed in London, 1963 March 27. Holograph

Folder 8

"Algeria," 1963 April. Typescripts

Folder 9

"Algerian CP," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 10

"Algiers Demonstration," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 11

"French Committee Formed to Aid Algeria," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 12

"French Dissemble Anger over Seizures," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 13

"French Pressure on Algeria," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 14

"Management Committees" (re Algeria), 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 15

"Monopoly Foreign Trade" (re Algeria), 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 16

"New Stage" (re Algeria), 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 17

"Slogans" (re Algeria), 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 18

"Turn in Algeria Wins Support of Communists," 1963 April. Typescript

Folder 19

"Aid for Algeria," 1963 May. Typescript

Folder 20

"Algeria," 1963 May. Typescripts

Folder 21

"Italy," 1963 May. Typescript

Folder 22

"'Help the New Algeria!'" 1963 June 20. Typescript

Folder 23

"Trotskyist Movement Reunited," 1963 June 27. Typescript

 

Report and notes, SWP national convention, 1963 July 18-21

Folder 24

Typescript of international report

Folder 25

Notes

Folder 26

"Healy," 1964. Notes and typescript

Folder 27

"Reply" (re George Breitman views of Isaac Deutscher), 1964 February. Typescript

Folder 28

" Le Monde Declares Oswald Photo Was Faked," 1964 April 23. Typescript

Folder 29

Notes on Maurice Thorez, 1964 July

Folder 30

Notes and fragments on Algeria, 1965

Folder 31

Notes on question of Fourth International statutes, 1965

Folder 32

Notes on SWP press, 1965

Folder 33

"The Trotsky Anthology," 1965. Review of The Age of Permanent Revolution: A Trotsky Anthology. Typescript

Folder 34

"Bosch Interview in Marcha, " 1966. Typescript

Folder 35

Notes on Pierre Frank, Pablo's Break with the Fourth International, 1966

Folder 36

Notes on Soviet critique of Trotskyism, 1966

Folder 37

Notes on United Secretariat draft resolution, 1966

Folder 38

Notes on world situation, 1966

Folder 39

Notes, miscellaneous, 1966

Folder 40

"Suggested Changes in Draft of Political Resolution [of United Secretariat]," 1966 January. Typescript

Folder 41

"In Answer to Castro's Attack on 'Trotskyism, '" The Militant, 1966 January 31. Notes, printed copy, and mimeograph Spanish translation

Folder 42

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1966 February 11-12

Folder 43

"The Case against 'Pacification, '" International Socialist Review, 1966 Fall. Printed copy

Folder 44

Eulogy for Ethel Preis, 1966 November 14. Typescript

Folder 45

International report, SWP National Committee plenum, 1966 November 18-20. Typescript. Includes notes on plenum

Folder 46

Introduction to Che Guevara Speaks, 1967. Notes and typescript

Folder 47

"Is Marxism-Leninism Obsolete?" 1967. Notes and typescripts

Folder 48

Notes, miscellaneous, 1967

Folder 49

"The OLAS Conference: Tactics and Strategy for a Continental Revolution," 1967. Typescript

Folder 50

"The Upheaval in China: An Analysis of the Contending Forces," The Militant, 1967 January 23. Mimeograph Spanish translation

Folder 51

Notes on antiwar conference, Chicago, 1967 May 20

Folder 52

Speech, SWP National Committee plenum, 1967 June 2. Outline notes

Box 54, Folder 1

Notes on arrangements to visit Cuba, 1967 June 30-July 3

Folder 2

Article on arrest of Daniel Camejo and others, Mexico City, 1967 July 20. Typescript

Folder 3

"Torture Used on 13 Victims of Witch-hunt in Mexico," 1967 July 22. Typescript

Folder 4

Article on arrest of Daniel Camejo and others, Mexico City, 1967 July 24. Typescript

Folder 5

"On the Eve of the OLAS Conference," 1967 July 30. Holograph and typescripts

Folder 6

Notes on trip to Mexico and Cuba for Organizacion Latinoamericana de Solidaridad conference, 1967 July-August

Folder 7

Article on demonstration in Havana against racism in the United States, 1967 August. Holograph and typescript

Folder 8

Interview in Havana by Cuban press, 1967 August. Typed transcript

Folder 9

Notes on trip to Cuba and Europe, 1967 August

Folder 10

Notes on trip to Europe, 1967 August-September

Folder 11

"Unequivocal Situation among British Red Guards," 1967 September. Typescript

Folder 12

Report to SWP Political Committee on trip to Cuba and Europe, 1967 September 14. Outline notes

Folder 13

International report, SWP national convention, 1967 October 28. Typescript. Includes notes on convention

Folder 14

Report on Organizacion Latinoamericana de Solidaridad conference, 1967 November 11. Notes and typescript

Folder 15

Report on Cuba, SWP New York City branch, 1967 December 28. Notes

Folder 16

Biographical notes for Italian edition of Leon Trotsky, In Defense of Marxism, 1968. Typescripts

Folder 17

"Draft Resolution on Latin America," 1968. Outline notes

 

"The Militant, " 1968

Folder 18

Notes

Folder 19

Typescripts and galleys

Folder 20

Notes on Fourth International European sections, 1968

Folder 21

Notes on Fourth International meeting, 1968

Folder 22

Notes on renaming World Outlook, 1968

Folder 23

"Reply by OCI" (re Organisation Communiste Internationaliste [France]), ca. 1968. Outline notes

Folder 24

"Reply of the Central Committee of the SLL to the Declaration of the OCI," ca. 1968. Outline notes

Folder 25

Eulogy for Rose Karsner, 1968 March 24. Typescript

Folder 26

"Intellectuals and the Party," 1968 April. Outline notes and typed transcript of internal SWP lecture

Folder 27

Notes on arrangements for United Secretariat meeting, 1968 May 26

Folder 28

Notes taken in France, 1968 May-June

Box 55, Folder 1

Notes on situation in France, 1968 June

Folder 2

Speech on Fourth International resolution on Latin America, internal SWP meeting, 1968 December. Outline notes

Folder 3

Notes on China, 1969

Folder 4

Notes on 9th World Congress of Fourth International, 1969

Folder 5

"Assessment of the Draft Resolution on Latin America," 1969 February. Mimeograph, and typed Spanish translation

Folder 6

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1969 February 24

Folder 7

Eulogy for Beatrice Hansen, 1969 March. Notes and typescripts

Folder 8

Report to SWP Political Committee on 9th World Congress of Fourth International, 1969 May 27. Outline notes

Folder 9

Report to SWP New York City branch on 9th World Congress of Fourth International, 1969 June 4. Outline notes

Folder 10

Notes on meeting with Canadian Fourth International leaders, 1969 June 6

Folder 11

Report to SWP New York City branch, 1969 June 11. Outline notes

Folder 12

Report to SWP Political Committee, 1969 June 11. Outline notes

Folder 13

Report to SWP Political Committee, 1969 July 11. Outline notes

Folder 14

Notes on SWP national convention, 1969 September 5-8

Folder 15

"Memo on the Iranian Magazine Jahane Nau, " 1969 October 4. Typescript. Authorship uncertain

Folder 16

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1969 December

Folder 17

"Summary of Discussions with Carlos (Argentina)," 1969 December. Typescript. Authorship uncertain

Folder 18

Report to SWP Political Committee on upcoming International Executive Committee meeting of Fourth International, 1969 December 3. Outline notes

Folder 19

Notes on meetings of International Executive Committee of Fourth International, 1969 December 23-24

Folder 20

Notes on Martin Abern, ca. 1970s

Folder 21

Notes on China, ca. 1970s

Folder 22

Notes on Gerry Healy and Workers Revolutionary Party (Great Britain) accusation campaign re assassination of Leon Trotsky, ca. 1970s

Folder 23

Notes on International Socialist Review (1901-1918), ca. 1970s

Folder 24

Notes on Alain Krivine and Pierre Frank, "Again and Always the Question of the International," ca. 1970s

Folder 25

Notes on Latin America, ca. 1970s

Folder 26

Notes, miscellaneous, ca. 1970s

Folder 27

Notes for meeting with Ernest Mandel, 1970

Folder 28

Notes on International Marxist Group (Great Britain), 1970

Folder 29

Notes, miscellaneous, 1970

Folder 30

Notes on Jack Borut, 1970 January

Folder 31

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1970 February 27-March 1

Folder 32

Speech, 80th birthday of James P. Cannon, 1970 March. Typescript

Box 56, Folder 1

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1970 March 8-9

 

"A Contribution to the Discussion on Revolutionary Strategy in Latin America," 1970 June 26

Folder 2

Typescripts

Folder 3

Notes

Folder 4

Typed Spanish translation

Folder 5

Notes on meeting with Sam Gordon, 1970 July

Folder 6

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1970 July 2-5

Folder 7

Notes, 1970 July 24

Folder 8

Notes on League for Socialist Action/Ligue Socialiste Ouvriere (Canada) convention, 1970 September 4-7

Folder 9

Notes on meeting with Ross Dowson, 1970 September 11

Folder 10

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meeting, 1970 September 19

Folder 11

Notes on internal SWP meeting re Fourth International, 1970 November 7

Folder 12

Notes on meetings of International Executive Committee of Fourth International, 1970 December 5-7

Folder 13

Notes, 1970 December 14

Folder 14

Speech, Young Socialist Alliance convention, 1970 December 28. Typescript

Folder 15

Notes on Fourth International Japanese section, 1971

Folder 16

Notes on Latin America, 1971

Folder 17

Notes, miscellaneous, 1971

Folder 18

Notes on Hugo Blanco, 1971 January 18

Folder 19

"Memorandum on Correspondence Relating to London Book Service," 1971 January 20. Typescript

Folder 20

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1971 January 23-24

Folder 21

Report to SWP Political Committee, 1971 March. Outline notes. Includes other notes on meeting

Folder 22

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1971 March 13-16

 

"In Defense of the Leninist Strategy of Party Building," 1971 March 19

Folder 23

Notes and fragments

Folder 24-25

Research material

Folder 26

Notes, 1971 April

Folder 27

Notes on meeting with Ernest Mandel, 1971 April 16

Folder 28

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1971 April 17-18

Folder 29

Notes on Richard Garza, 1971 May 8

Folder 30

Report to SWP Political Committee, 1971 May 11. Outline notes

Folder 31

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1971 May 22-23

Folder 32

Notes, 1971 June 3

Folder 33

International report to SWP national convention, 1971 August. Outline notes. Includes other notes on convention

Box 57, Folder 1

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1971 September 25-26

Folder 2

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1971 October 29-31

Folder 3

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1971 December 21-22

Folder 4-5

Draft program of Fourth International, 1972. Notes, holographs and typescripts

Folder 6

Notes on The Assassination of Trotsky (motion picture film), 1972

Folder 7

Notes on Nahuel Moreno and Latin America, 1972

Folder 8

Notes, miscellaneous, 1972

Folder 9

"Report on Bolivia and Argentina," 1972. Typescript

Folder 10

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1972 February 5

Folder 11

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1972 March 4-5

Folder 12

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1972 April 15-16

Folder 13

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1972 May 11

Folder 14

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1972 May 29-31

Folder 15

Notes on Canadian nationalism, 1972 July

Folder 16

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1972 September 23-25

Folder 17

Speech notes and other notes, meetings of International Executive Committee of Fourth International, 1972 December 2-6

Folder 18

"Statement on Reasons for Postponing Congress [of Fourth International]," 1972 December 6. Typescript

Folder 19

Introduction to Leon Trotsky, The Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution, 1973. Review only

Folder 20

Notes on Bolshevik Tendency, 1973

Folder 21

Notes on Fourth International, 1973

Folder 22

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1973 January 26

Folder 23

Notes on meeting with committee from Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores (Argentina), 1973 March

Folder 24

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Tendency meeting, 1973 March

Folder 25

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1973 April 7-8

Folder 26

Memorandum on United Secretariat intervention in International Marxist Group (Great Britain), 1973 April 8 (with others). Holograph

Folder 27

Notes on League for Socialist Action/Ligue Socialiste Ouvriere (Canada) convention and Central Committee plenum, 1973 April 20-24

Folder 28

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1973 April 26-29

Folder 29

Notes, 1973 June 19

Folder 30

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1973 July 10

Folder 31

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Tendency conference, 1973 July 14-15

Folder 32

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1973 July 19

Folder 33

"The Underlying Difference in Methods," 1973 July 24. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 34

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1973 July 27

Box 58, Folder 1

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1973 August 5-9

Folder 2

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1973 August 13-16

Folder 3

Draft statement of Leninist-Trotskyist Faction, 1973 September. Outline notes

Folder 4

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1973 September 16-19

Folder 5

Notes on United Secretariat and Parity Commission meetings, 1973 October 23

Folder 6

Analysis of draft Fourth International political resolution by Ernest Mandel, 1973 November. Notes

Folder 7

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1973 November 23

Folder 8

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1973 November 27-28

Folder 9

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1973 December

Folder 10

Notes on SWP national convention, 1973 December 26-28

Folder 11

Marxism vs. Ultraleftism: The Record of Healy's Break with Trotskyism, 1974. Proposed table of contents

Folder 12

Notes on Argentina, 1974

Folder 13

Notes on Avanzada Socialista (Argentina), 1974

Folder 14

Notes on Parity Commission meetings, 1974 February 1-2

Folder 15

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1974 February 4-5

Folder 16

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1974 February 7

Folder 17

Speech notes and other notes, 10th World Congress of Fourth International, 1974 February 8-14

Folder 18

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1974 February 8-17

Folder 19

Notes on meeting of International Executive Committee of Fourth International, 1974 February 15

Folder 20

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1974 February 22

Folder 21

Report to SWP Political Committee on 10th World Congress of Fourth International, 1974 March 8. Outline notes

Folder 22

Report to Leninist-Trotskyist Faction plenum on 10th World Congress of Fourth International, 1974 March 12. Mimeograph (in Spanish)

Folder 23

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1974 March 16-17

Folder 24

Report to Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meeting, 1974 March 19. Outline notes

Folder 25

Message to Duncan Ferguson memorial meeting, 1974 May 3. Notes and typescript

Folder 26

Speech, Intercontinental Press anniversary banquet, New York City, 1974 May 5. Typescript, and announcements

Folder 27

Report to SWP Political Committee on Portugal, 1974 May 24. Notes

Folder 28

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meeting, 1974 July 18

Folder 29

Notes on meeting with Miguel, 1974 August 24

Folder 30

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1974 August 25-28

Folder 31

Discussion with Pierre Lambert and other leaders of United Secretariat and Organisation Communiste Internationaliste (France), 1974 October. Notes and typed transcript

Folder 32

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1974 October 5-8

Folder 33

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1974 October 12-13

Folder 34

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1974 December 17

Folder 35

Drafts and notes on Portugal, 1975

Folder 36

Notes on workers and farmers government, 1975

Box 59, Folder 1

Notes, 1975 January 11

Folder 2

Shorthand notes on meetings with Mexican Fourth International leaders, 1975 January 14-29

Folder 3

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1975 January 22-31

Folder 4

Speech notes and other notes, meetings of International Executive Committee of Fourth International, 1975 January 24-29

Folder 5

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1975 March

Folder 6

Critique of Ernest Mandel-Livio Maitan-Pierre Frank position on Portugal, 1975 August. Notes

Folder 7

Draft Leninist-Trotskyist Faction resolution on Portugal, 1975 August. Outline notes

Folder 8

Draft statement of Leninist-Trotskyist Faction, 1975 August. Outline notes

Folder 9

"James P. Cannon, the Internationalist," 1975 August. Typescript of speech at Oberlin College

Folder 10

Notes on Portugal, 1975 August 14

Folder 11

Speech notes and other notes, SWP national convention, 1975 August 16-23

Folder 12

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meeting, 1975 August 24

Folder 13

"On Healy's 'Investigation': What the Facts Show," 1975 November 14. Printed copy

Folder 14

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1975 November 23-24

Folder 15

Draft statement of Leninist-Trotskyist Faction on internal struggle in Liga Socialista (Mexico), 1976. Typescripts

Folder 16

Editorial notes on Argentina, ca. 1976. Typescripts

Folder 17

"Mexico," 1976 January. Outline notes

Folder 18

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1976 January 2-4

Folder 19

Report on Liga Socialista (Mexico), internal SWP meeting, 1976 January 22. Outline notes

Folder 20

Speech notes and other notes, United Secretariat meetings, 1976 February 9-15

Folder 21

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1976 February 10-16

Folder 22

Notes on meeting with Lutte Ouvriere (France) leaders, 1976 February 22

Folder 23

Notes on meeting with Pierre Lambert, 1976 February 24

Folder 24

Notes on meeting with Mark Jenkins, 1976 February 25

Folder 25

Notes on meeting with Alan Thornett and colleagues, 1976 February 25

Folder 26

Notes on meetings with Sam Gordon, 1976 February 25-29

Folder 27

Notes on meeting with John and Mary Archer, 1976 February 26

Folder 28

Notes on meeting with Ken Coates, 1976 February 26

Folder 29

Notes on meeting with Robin Blick and colleagues, 1976 February 27

Folder 30

Notes on meeting with John Ross, 1976 February 27

Folder 31

Notes on meeting with Gregor Benton and colleagues, 1976 February 28

Folder 32

Notes on meeting with Tamara Deutscher, 1976 February 29

Folder 33

Statement for United Secretariat meeting minutes, 1976 April 9 (with John Barzman). Typescript

Folder 34

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1976 April 29-May 2

Folder 35

Notes, 1976 May 20

Folder 36-37

Deposition, Socialist Workers Party et al. vs. Attorney General of the United States et al., 1976 June 2. Typed transcript

Folder 38

Statement for United Secretariat meeting minutes, 1976 June 9 (with Jack Barnes, George Novack and Mary-Alice Waters). Typescript

Folder 39

"Healy Caught in the Logic of the Big Lie," 1976 July 10. Printed copy

Folder 40

Speech, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meeting, 1976 August. Outline notes

Folder 41

Speech notes and other notes, Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1976 August 15-19

Folder 42

Notes, 1976 October

Folder 43

Notes on Pierre Lambert and Organisation Communiste Internationaliste (France), 1976 October 4-9

Folder 44

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1976 October 14-24

Folder 45

"Vereeken Begins Learning about Healyism," 1976 December. Printed copy

Box 60, Folder 1

Notes on Cuba, ca. 1977

Folder 2

Notes, miscellaneous, 1977

Folder 3

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1977 January 6-9

Folder 4

Notes on SWP Political Committee meeting, 1977 January 11

Folder 5

Notes on meeting with Nahuel Moreno, 1977 January 19

Folder 6

Speech notes and other notes, SWP National Committee plenum, 1977 April 14-17

Folder 7

"Washington, Moscow, and the Arms Race," The Militant, 1977 June 24. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Two Interpretations of the Cuban Revolution," Socialist Workers Party Discussion Bulletin, 1977 July. Printed copy

Folder 9

Interview by Ben Morris on Freudian psychology, 1977 August. Typed transcript

Folder 10

Notes on Leninist-Trotskyist Faction meetings, 1977 August 15-17

Folder 11

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1977 October 28-November 3

Folder 12

Notes on Organizacion Socialista de los Trabajadores (Costa Rica) congress and trip to Colombia, and printed transcript (in Spanish) of speech to central committee of Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores (Colombia), 1977 November 27-December 11. See also PHONOTAPE

Folder 13

"Habla Joseph Hansen, Fundador de la IV Internacional," El Socialista (Bogota), 1977 December 17. Printed copy of interview

Folder 14

Memorandum on Intercontinental Press/Inprecor, 1977 December 29. Typescript

Folder 15

Draft reply to Ernest Mandel, 1978. Notes and typescript

Folder 16

Dynamics of the Cuban Revolution: The Trotskyist View, 1978. Typescript of introduction, and reviews

Folder 17

Foreword to Socorro Ramirez, La Campana Socialista, 1978. Typescript

Folder 18

"Healy," 1978. Notes and typescripts

Folder 19

Notes on Colombia, 1978

Folder 20

Notes on draft resolution of Fourth International, 1978

Folder 21

Notes, miscellaneous, 1978

Folder 22

"Reply to Wohlforth," 1978. Holograph and typescript (incomplete)

Folder 23

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1978 January 26-29

Folder 24

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1978 February 24-26

Folder 25

Notes on United Secretariat meetings, 1978 July 4-6

Folder 26

"Where Comrade Wohlforth Goes Wrong" (with Dave Frankel), 1978 July 26. Typescript

Folder 27

Notes on SWP expanded Political Committee meeting, 1978 August 14

Folder 28

Notes on United Secretariat meeting, 1978 August 17

Folder 29

Notes on SWP National Committee plenum, 1978 December

Folder 30

Eulogy for James Economon, n.d. Notes

Folder 31

"History [of] Farmer-Labor Party," n.d. Notes

Folder 32

"Materialism--Idealism," n.d. Outline notes

Folder 33

Notes on anthropology of Lewis Henry Morgan, n.d.

Folder 34

Notes on French Revolution, n.d.

Folder 35

Notes on Albert Goldman and Felix Morrow, n.d.

Folder 36

Notes on history of Mexico, n.d.

Folder 37

Notes on Paul Lafargue, n.d.

Folder 38

Notes on Harold J. Laski, n.d.

Folder 39

Notes on V. I. Lenin, n.d.

Folder 40

Notes on Ludlow Amendment, n.d.

Folder 41

Notes on Alfred Thayer Mahan, n.d.

Folder 42

Notes on SWP meeting, Chicago, n.d.

Folder 43

Notes on World War I, n.d.

Folder 44

Notes, miscellaneous, n.d.

Folder 45

"Russian Question," n.d. Notes

Folder 46

Shorthand notes, n.d.

Folder 47

Speech on Leon Trotsky, n.d. Outline notes

 

EDITORIAL FILE, 1924-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Typescripts with handwritten annotations unless otherwise specified
Box 60, Folder 48

Aguinaldo, Emmanuel, "Poland's Contradictions and the Alienations of Its People," 1966

Folder 49

Alexander, David, "Cuba 1967, " 1967

Folder 50

Andrews, J., et al., "The Roots of the Party Crisis: Its Causes and Solution," 1951. Includes George Clarke, "Some Comments on the 'Contribution to the Discussion, '" 1951. Mimeograph (from Socialist Workers Party Internal Bulletin [1953 April]) with annotations

Folder 51

Archer, Mary and John, "Notes on Healy's Role in Early Days of the British Trotskyist Movement," 1976

Box 61, Folder 1

Barnes, Jack, letter to Tim Wohlforth, 1970

Folder 2

Beauvais, Jean-Pierre, "The June Conference of the IMG," n.d.

 

Blanco, Hugo

Folder 3

"The Road of Our Revolution," 1964

Folder 4

"The Origin of the 'People's Assembly, '" ca. 1971

Folder 5

Blick, Robin, "How Banda Became an Apologist for the KGB," 1977

Folder 6

Braverman, Harry, "Korea Truce," 1953

Folder 7

Camejo, Peter, "After Che, What Next?" 1970

 

Cannon, James P.

Folder 8

"The New Situation in the Trade Union Movement," 1947

Folder 9

"Letters to a Historian [Theodore Draper]," 1954-1956

Folder 10

Speech, Intercontinental Press anniversary banquet, New York City, 1974

Folder 11

Charlier, Fernand, "Criticism of a Criticism: In Reply to Comrade Nishi," 1970

 

Ch'en, Pi-lan

Folder 12

"The Thought of Peng Shu-chih and His Position and Activities in the Chinese Communist Party and in the Trotskyist Movement," 1965

Folder 13

"A Criticism of 'Guerrilla Warfare: The Lessons of China, '" 1971

Folder 14

Comite de Liaison des Militants Revolutionnaires Portugais (Pour la Reconstruction de la IVe Internationale), statement on Portugal, 1975

 

Couturier, L.

Folder 15

"What I Saw in Algiers in August," ca. 1962

Folder 16

"UNIR and Us," 1966

Folder 17

Cowley, Joyce, et al., "In Defense of a Revolutionary Perspective: A Statement of Basic Position," 1962. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 18

Dobbs, Farrell, election campaign telecast address as Socialist Workers Party candidate for president of the United States, 1960

Folder 19

"The Downfall of Mossadegh," 1953

 

Dowson, Ross

Folder 20

"Algiers Conference," ca. 1963

Folder 21

Article on Canadian Trotskyism, 1971

Folder 22

Edwards, Theodore, "The UN," 1958

Folder 23

Fidler, Richard, article on Quebec, 1967

Folder 24

Fion, Rudi, article on Guatemala, 1969

 

Fourth International. International Committee

Folder 25

"Fourth Congress of the International Committee of the F.I. Being Prepared," ca. 1970

Folder 26

Security and the Fourth International, 1975

 

Fourth International. International Executive Committee

Folder 27

"A la Defense de la IVe Internationale!" 1953. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 28

Statement on Liga Socialista (Mexico), 1976

 

Fourth International. International Secretariat

Folder 29

"The Rise and Fall of Stalinism," 1953. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 30

"Crisis of Leadership in the Soviet Bureaucracy," 1955

 

Fourth International. United Secretariat

Folder 31

"Proposed Statutes of the Fourth International," 1965

Folder 32

"Draft Resolution on Latin America," 1968. Includes Livio Maitan, "An Insufficient Document," 1968. Mimeograph (from Socialist Workers Party International Information Bulletin [1969 January]) with handwritten annotations

Box 62, Folder 1

"The Algerian Revolution from 1962 to 1969, " 1969

Folder 2

"Preliminary Draft Theses for the World Congress: The World Revolution in the 1970s, " 1969

Folder 3

"The Worldwide Youth Radicalization and the Tasks of the Fourth International," 1969

Folder 4

"The Building of Revolutionary Parties in Capitalist Europe," 1972. Printed copy (from Socialist Workers Party International Internal Discussion Bulletin [1972 November]) with handwritten annotations

Folder 5-6

Draft program, 1972 (drafts in French by Pierre Frank and Ernest Mandel)

Folder 7

"Draft Resolution on Portugal," 1975

Folder 8

"Draft Statement on Vietnam," 1975

Folder 9

"Summary of Draft Theses on the World Situation since 1968, " 1977

Folder 10

"Draft Resolution on Socialist Democracy and Multi-Party System under the Dictatorship of the Proletariat," ca. 1978

Folder 11

Fraccion Bolchevique Leninista (Liga Socialista [Mexico]), "Fact Sheet on the Internal Struggle in the Liga Socialista," 1976

 

Frank, Pierre

Folder 12

" August 1953, " 1953

Folder 13

"France," ca. 1964

Folder 14

"Constructing an International...with Quotations," 1965

Folder 15

Une Revision du Trotskysme: A Propos de la Rupture de Pablo avec la IVe Internationale, 1966 (English translation)

Folder 16

"Report to United Secretariat Meeting on Meetings with Healy," 1970

Folder 17

Frank, Pierre, Livio Maitan, and Ernest Mandel, "In Defense of the Portuguese Revolution," 1975. Printed copy (from Intercontinental Press [1975 September 8]) with handwritten annotations)

Folder 18

Gabriel, C., statement on Angola, 1975

 

Garrett, Jan

Folder 19

"Portrait of a Paid Killer," 1967

Folder 20

Review of Regis Debray, Revolution in the Revolution? Armed Struggle and Political Struggle in Latin America, 1967

 

Genecin, Milton

Folder 21

" IP Correction," 1972

Folder 22

"A Criticism of the Draft Political Resolution," 1973

Folder 23

"Germany," 1963

Folder 24

Gordon, Sam, "Healy's Smear against Trotsky's Last Collaborators," 1976

Folder 25

Grupo Comunista Independiente de Mexico, "The Grupo Comunista Independiente de Mexico and the Fourth International," 1969

Folder 26

Grupo Comunista Internacionalista (Mexico), statement on Fourth International draft resolution, 1969

Folder 27

Harding, Ted, "Mass Arrests in Ukraine," 1972

 

Harding, Timothy

Folder 28

"Election Campaign" (re Brazil), n.d.

Folder 29

"Labor Labor Labor" (re Brazil), n.d.

Folder 30

Hart, Armando, speech, Organizacion Latinoamericana de Solidaridad conference, Havana, 1967

 

Hernandez, Ricardo

Box 63, Folder 1

"The Facts on the Split in the Liga Socialista," ca. 1976

Folder 2

"Reply to an Essay on Sectarianism," 1976

Folder 3

Horowitz, Gus, draft reply of Leninist-Trotskyist Faction to International Executive Committee majority of Fourth International, 1973

Folder 4

Hutter, Trent, "The Tastemakers," 1957

Folder 5

Jones, Alan, "Marxism and Facts: Healy's Rejection of Dialectical Materialism," 1978

Folder 6

Jungclas, Georg, "Letter of Sympathy on the Death of Heinrich Brandler to the Arbeiterpolitik Group of Bremen," 1967

Folder 7

Karsner, Rose, interview by Evelyn Reed, 1960

Folder 8

Kemp, Tom, "The United States and World Capitalism," 1960

Folder 9

Konikow, Antoinette, speech on Margaret Sanger, n.d. Authorship uncertain

Folder 10

Lee, Chei, "The First National Convention" (re China), 1954

Folder 11

Lenheiro, Guilherme, "Regarding the Document on the Soviet Bureaucracy and the Workers States," 1974

 

Leninist-Trotskyist Faction (Fourth International)

Folder 12

Declaration, 1973. Typescript (Spanish and English) and mimeograph (English) versions with handwritten annotations

Folder 13

"The Key Issues in the Portuguese Revolution," 1975. Typescript (Spanish) and mimeograph (English) versions with handwritten annotations

Folder 14

"Statement on the Portuguese Presidential Elections," 1976

Folder 15

Liga Comunista (Spain), "Concerning the Draft Resolution on Portugal," 1975. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 16

Liga Socialista (Mexico), "An Alternative in the Elections: Joint PCM-LS Electoral Program," 1975

Folder 17

Lobaton, Jacqueline de, "The Guillermo Lobaton Case," 1967

Folder 18

Maglin, Arthur, "Kennedy," 1964

 

Maitan, Livio

Folder 19

"Draft Resolution of the IEC on China," 1967

Folder 20

"La Democratie Proletarienne et la Dialectique de la Societe de Transition," 1976

 

Mandel, Ernest

Folder 21

"Marxism against Eclecticism," 1955

Folder 22

"The Sino-Soviet Dispute: An Intermediary Balance-Sheet," 1964

Folder 23

"In Defense of the Vietnamese Revolution," 1966

Folder 24

"The Cultural Revolution: An Attempt at Interpretation," 1967

Box 64, Folder 1

"Sectarianism and Reformism: Apropos the Healy-Lambert Stand on Vietnam," 1968

Folder 2

"The Place of the Ninth World Congress in the History of the IVth International," 1969

Folder 3

"Political Report at the December 1969 Meeting of the International Executive Committee," 1969

Folder 4

Martin, Jean Paul, "On the Meaning of the 'Dictatorship of the Proletariat, '" 1953

Folder 5

Mestre, Michele, "The Crisis in the Fourth International: The Required Ideological Rearmament," 1954

 

Moreno, Nahuel

Folder 6

"Our Party's Break with Pabloism," 1953

Folder 7

"Report to the Central Committee of the POR Concerning the Letter to the International Secretariat," 1953

Folder 8

"The Latin American Revolution," ca. 1961

Folder 9

"The Latin American Situation," ca. 1966

Folder 10-12

Un Documento Escandaloso, 1973. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

 

Novack, George

Folder 13

"Tribute to a Marxist Scholar [John G. Wright]," 1956

Folder 14

"The Law of Uneven and Combined Development," ca. 1966

Folder 15

"New Light on Uneven and Combined Development," 1970

Folder 16

Ochoa, Ricardo, "Continued Harassment of the Political Prisoners in Mexico," 1967

Folder 17

"On Cannon's Article, 'The I.W.W.': Comments," 1955

Folder 18

Organizing Committee for Reconstruction of the Fourth International, "Resolution Unanimously Adopted by the Preconference of the International Committee," 1970. Includes accompanying news story from Informations Ouvrieres

 

Parti Communiste Internationaliste (France)

Folder 19

"The August Strikes and Their Significance," 1953

Folder 20

"Political Notes," No. 1-4, 1953

Folder 21

"The French Communist Party and the Crisis of Stalinism," ca. 1956

Box 65, Folder 1

Parti Suisse du Travail. Lancy Section, statement, n.d.

Folder 2

Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores (Mexico), "United Front of the Left," 1977

Folder 3

Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores (Argentina), "Reply," 1974

 

Peng, Shu-tse

Folder 4

"The October Revolution and Leninism," 1924. Holograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 5

Interviews by David Fender, 1967

Folder 6

"An Open Letter to the Members of the Chinese Communist Party," 1967

Folder 7

"The Relationship and Differences between Mao Tse-tung and Liu Shao-chi," 1967

Folder 8

"Return to the Road of Trotskyism," 1969

Folder 9

Interview by Dan Styron on Vietnamese Trotskyists, 1973

Folder 10

Peng, Shu-tse and Ch'en Pi-lan, interview by Herman Kirsch, 1973

Folder 11

Perry, Hayden, "Los Angeles Hugo Blanco Meeting," 1967

Folder 12

"Protest by the Old Bolsheviks: A Discussion in the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow," 1967

Folder 13

Quijano, Carlos, "Manuitt, Debray, and the Venezuelan Revolution: An Interview with the President of the FLN-FALN," 1967

Folder 14

Ramirez, Alfonso, et al., "For the Construction and Strengthening of the Latin American Sections of the Fourth International," 1972

Folder 15

Rangel, Domingo Alberto, interview by Americo Chacon, 1964

Folder 16

Reed, Evelyn, eulogy for Rose Karsner, 1968

Folder 17

"Repression of Revolutionary Groups in Chile," 1967

Folder 18

Reyes, Ezequiel, "Argentina's Political Situation and Its Working Class Crisis of Leadership," 1958

Folder 19

Roberts, Dick, "Imperialism," 1967

Folder 20

"Role of the Trotskyists in the Recent Mass Workers Struggles in Spain" (interview of anonymous Spanish Trotskyist), ca. 1975

Folder 21

Rosdolsky, R., "Joan Robinson's Criticism of Marx," 1963

Folder 22

Santhal, Jangal, "Naxalbari [India]," 1967

Folder 23

Socialist Labour League (Great Britain) National Committee, "Trotskyism Betrayed: The SWP Accepts the Political Method of Pabloite Revisionism," 1962. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

 

Socialist Workers Party

Folder 24

"Proposed International Resolution as Amended by Cassidy," 1943. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 25

"The Third Chinese Revolution and Its Aftermath," 1955. Typescript and mimeograph versions with handwritten annotations

Folder 26

Socialist Workers Party. National Committee, "The Communes in China," 1959. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

 

Socialist Workers Party. Political Committee

Folder 27

"Draft of World Appeal to Orthodox Trotskyists," 1953. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 28

"The Struggle between the Socialist and Capitalist Camps," 1961. Mimeograph (from Socialist Workers Party Discussion Bulletin [1961 May]) with handwritten annotations

Folder 29

Swabeck, Arne, "What Is Behind the New Kremlin Shake-Up?" 1957

Folder 30

Tate, Ernest, "Healy," 1976

Folder 31

Thorez, Maurice, interview, 1953

Folder 32

"The Toronto Meeting of IC Supporters in 1960, " n.d.

 

Trotskaia, Nataliia Sedova

Folder 33

Letter to C. L. R. James, 1940

Folder 34

"Fabrication of a Trotsky Testament," 1948

Folder 35

Trotskaia, Nataliia Sedova, and Victor Serge, extract from Vie et Mort de Trotsky, 1951. Printed (French) and typescript (English) versions with handwritten annotations

 

Trotsky, Leon

Folder 36

The Permanent Revolution, 1931. Printed Pioneer Press edition, heavily annotated by hand to indicate corrections for new edition

Box 66, Folder 1

The History of the Russian Revolution, Volume I, 1932. Printed Simon and Schuster edition with handwritten annotations

Folder 2

The History of the Russian Revolution, 1936. Printed three-volume-in-one Simon and Schuster edition with handwritten annotations

Box 67, Folder 1

Van Heijenoort, Jean, interview by George Weissman, 1976

Folder 2

Vereecken, Georges, "On the Hypothesis Advanced by Comrade L. D. Trotsky in the Document 'The USSR in War, '" 1975

 

Vitale, Luis

Folder 3

"Chile," 1962

Folder 4

"Towards a Trade Union Center of Latin American Workers," 1962

Folder 5

"Cuba," 1969

Folder 6

Voix Ouvriere (Organization : France), "Reconstruct the Fourth International," n.d.

 

Wang, Fan-hsi, "Memoirs of a Chinese Revolutionary," 1957

Folder 7

Chapters 4-7

Folder 8

Chapters 8-9

Folder 9

Waters, Mary-Alice, letter to Ernest Mandel, 1979

Folder 10

Weiss, Myra Tanner, "On Minority Representation," 1954. Mimeograph with handwritten annotations

Folder 11

Williams, Alexander, "Cuba 1966, " 1966

Folder 12

Williams, B. J., "A New Phase of the Chinese Revolution: Will It Bring a New Upswing of the World Revolution?" 1967

 

Wohlforth, Tim

Folder 13

"Amendments to PC World Resolution," 1961. Mimeograph (from Socialist Workers Party Discussion Bulletin [1961 June]) with handwritten annotations

Folder 14

"The Postwar Social Overturns and Marxist Theory," 1977

Folder 15

Wohlforth, Tim, and Nancy Fields, "In Defense of a Revolutionary Perspective," 1975

Folder 16

Wright, John G., "Feuerbach, Philosopher of Materialism," n.d.

 

REBA HANSEN FILE, 1928-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Note: Correspondence of Reba Hansen is interfiled with that of Joseph Hansen in CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Box 67, Folder 17

Miscellany, 1938-1957

 

Speeches and writings, 1928-1979

Folder 18

Short stories, ca. 1928-1934. Typescripts

Folder 19

"Trying to Be What I'm Not," ca. 1928-1934. Typescript essay re Joseph Hansen

Folder 20-22

Notes on Trotsky School course on Karl Marx, Capital, taught by Joseph Hansen, 1953-1954

Folder 23

Letter to the editor, The Militant, re visit to Algeria, ca. 1962. Typescript

Folder 24

Message to Organizacion Latinoamericana de Solidaridad conference, Havana, 1967 June 14. Typescript

Box 68, Folder 1

Speech, Intercontinental Press anniversary banquet, New York City, 1974 May 5. Typescript

Folder 2-3

"Working with Jim [James P. Cannon]," 1975. Typescript

Folder 4

British Broadcasting Corporation televised interview on Leon Trotsky, 1979 October 29. Typed transcript, notes, and contract

Folder 5

Shorthand notes, n.d.

 

BEATRICE HANSEN FILE, 1945-1969

 

Correspondence, 1945-1969

 

General

Box 68, Folder 6

1945-1967. Includes letters by George Breitman, Oscar Coover, Sr., Duncan Ferguson, Tom Kerry, Ed Shaw, Lawrence Trainor, and Connie Weissman

Folder 7

1968-1969. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, George Breitman, Priscilla Ring, Ed Shaw, Betsey Stone, and Lawrence and Augusta Trainor

Folder 8

Hansen, Allan, 1968-1969

Folder 9

Hansen, Joseph and Reba, 1962-1969

Folder 10-11

Personal documents, 1948-1969. Marriage, divorce and death certificates, address and appointment books, financial records, and trade union and other identification cards

 

Speeches and writings, 1967-1969

Folder 12

Eulogy for Rose Karsner, 1968. Typescript

Folder 13

Notes, ca. 1967-1969

 

LEON TROTSKY FILE, 1903-1979

 

Correspondence, Outgoing, 1935-1940

Box 69, Folder 1

Cannon, James P., 1937 October 10

Folder 2

Cardenas, Lazaro, 1940 May 31

Folder 3

Curtis Brown, Ltd. (Publishers), 1938 September 25

Folder 4

Dunayevskaya, Raya, 1939 April 20

 

International Communist League. International Secretariat, 1935

Folder 5

June 10

Folder 6

November

Folder 7

Isaacs, Harold R., 1935 August 10

Folder 8

Lenero, Agustin, 1940 June 9

Folder 9

Mexico. Procurador de Justicia et al., 1940 May 27

Folder 10

Mexico. Secretario de Gobernacion et al., 1940 June 13

 

El Nacional, 1940

Folder 11

June 6

Folder 12

August

Folder 13

New York Herald-Tribune, 1940 July 27

Folder 14

New York Public Library, 1940 February 22

Folder 15

La Prensa, 1940 July 11

Folder 16

Reyes R., Francisco, 1939 February 11

 

Sanchez Salazar, Leandro, 1940

Folder 17

May 31

Folder 18

July 15

Folder 19

Socialist Workers Party, 1939 January 1

Folder 20

Workers Party of the U.S., 1935 August 13

 

Correspondence, Incoming, 1935-1940

Folder 21

Abern, Martin, 1935

Folder 22

Asociacion de Editores de los Estados, 1940

Folder 23

Excelsior, 1937

Folder 24

Glotzer, Albert, 1935

Folder 25

Hoy, 1939

Folder 26

El Nacional, 1938-1940

Folder 27

Oehler, Hugo, 1935

Folder 28

El Tiempo, 1937

Folder 29

Todo, 1938

Folder 30

El Universal, 1937

 

Speeches and writings, 1903-1940

Folder 31

Report to Rossiiskaia Sotsial-demokraticheskaia Rabochaia Partiia 2nd congress, 1903 July. Typescript (in English)

Folder 32

Nashi politicheskiia zadachi, 1904. Mimeograph (in English)

Folder 33

"On the Theses 'Unity and the Youth, '" 1934 December. Typed copy (in English)

Folder 34

Statement on Abraham and Roman Sobolevicius, 1937 February 27. Typescript (in English)

Folder 35

"Concise Answers to Questions Concerning the Spanish Revolution," 1937 September 14. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 36

"On the Sino-Japanese War," 1937 September 23. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 37

"Pacifism and China," 1937 September 23. Mimeograph (in Spanish)

Folder 38

"90 let Kommunisticheskogo manifesta, " 1937 October 30. Mimeograph (in Spanish)

Folder 39

"Kratkie kommentarii k verdiktu," 1937 December 13. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 40

Statement on Vicente Lombardo Toledano, 1938 November 10. Typescript (in English)

Folder 41

"Nationalized Industry and Workers' Management," 1939 May 12. Typescript (in French)

Folder 42

"'Trotskizm' i PSOP," 1939 July 15. Mimeograph (in Spanish)

Folder 43

Note on Walter G. Krivitsky, ca. 1940. Holograph (in Russian) and typescripts (in English and Spanish)

Folder 44

Testament, 1940 February 27. Typed copy (in English)

Folder 45

"Vas obmanyvaiut! Pis'mo v SSSR," 1940 April 23. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 46

Statement on Tanaka Memorial, 1940 May 1. Typescript (in English)

Folder 47

"Breves comentarios referentes a las preguntas a David Serrano," 1940 June. Holograph (in Spanish)

Folder 48

"Neobkhodimyi dopolnitel'nyi vopros dlia D. Serrano," 1940 June. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 49

"O Lombardo Toledano" and "O Roberte Sheldone," 1940 June. Typescripts (in Russian and Spanish)

Folder 50

"Voprosy v otnoshenii Davida Serrano," 1940 June. Holograph (in Spanish) and typescript (in Russian)

Folder 51

"El diputado Toledano lanza una nueva calumnia," 1940 June 2. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 52

"Acerca de la respuesta del director de El Nacional, " 1940 June 12. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 53

"Rol' Kremlia v evropeiskoi katastrofe," 1940 June 17. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 54

Statement on Narciso Bassols, 1940 June 25. Typescript (in English)

Folder 55

"Obviniteli ili obviniaemye?" 1940 June 27. Typescript (in Russian)

Folder 56

"Brevas notas sobre la deposicion de la Senorita Belem Estrada," 1940 July. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 57

"Luzhnye podozreniia protiv Roberta Sheldona Kharta," 1940 July 15. Typescript (in Russian)

Folder 58

"Sobre la posible suerte de David Alfaro Siqueiros y otros," 1940 July 23. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 59

"G-nu sud'e," 1940 July 26. Typescript (in Russian)

Folder 60

"Apelacion a la prensa," 1940 July 27. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 61

"El discurso de Molotof," 1940 August 2. Typescript (in Spanish)

Folder 62

Statement on David Serrano, 1940 August 2. Typescript (in Spanish)

 

Subject file, 1929-1979

 

General

Folder 63

General. Diagram of Coyoacan compound, cipher key, notes, and memoranda, 1938-1953

Folder 64

Correspondence of Coyoacan household, 1937-1940. Includes letters by Harold R. Isaacs, Felix Morrow, George Novack, Walter O'Rourke, Harold Robins, Max Shachtman, and Jean van Heijenoort. Does not include correspondence of Leon Trotsky

 

Printed matter. Clippings and printed articles re Leon Trotsky

Folder 65

1937-1959

Folder 66

1961-1978

Folder 67

Hutter, Trent, "Leon Trotsky's Literature and Revolution, " 1957. Typescript

Folder 68

Johnstone, Monty, "The Debate on Socialism in One Country," 1968. Galleys

Folder 69

Retboll, Torben, "Leon Trotsky and the Kronstadt Revolt of March 1921," 1977. Typescript

Box 70, Folder 1

Robins, Harold, "Recollections," ca. 1950. Typescript

Folder 2

Archives. Deeds of sale, letters, and memoranda, re disposition and access status of papers of Leon Trotsky, 1935-1977

 

Assassination

Folder 3

General. Depositions taken by Mexican authorities in connection with investigation of assassination; copies of United States Department of State dispatches re investigation; letter by Esteban Volkov re motion picture film The Assassination of Trotsky; and memoranda, 1940-1978

 

Printed matter. Clippings and printed articles

Folder 4

1940-1954

Folder 5

1955-1979

Folder 6

Bibliography, 1953

Folder 7

Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow Trials. Depositions, memoranda, letters, report, bulletins, and abstract of findings of commission, 1937-1965. Includes depositions by Jan Frankel and Konrad Knudsen, and letters by Charles A. Beard, George Novack and Bernard Wolfe

Folder 8

Government surveillance. Copy of register of United States Department of State and Department of Justice reports, 1929-1941

Folder 9

Library. List of books and serials in study of Leon Trotsky at time of his death, 1940

Folder 10

Memorial meetings. Announcements and programs, 1940-1945

 

NATALIIA SEDOVA TROTSKAIA FILE, 1940-1963

Box 70, Folder 11

Clippings, 1951-1963

 

Correspondence, 1940-1961

Folder 12

Cannon, James P., 1944-1945

Folder 13

Craipeau, Yvan, 1946

Folder 14

Distrito Federal (Mexico) Gobernador, 1946

Folder 15

Novack, George, 1961

Folder 16

Socialist Workers Party, 1940

Folder 17

Weber, Jack, 1942

Folder 18

Wright, John G., 1940

Folder 19

Financial records, 1941-1961

Folder 20

Memorial meetings. Announcements, programs, condolence messages, and typescript eulogies by Alfonso Ramirez and Evelyn Reed, 1962

 

Speeches and writings, 1940-1961

Folder 21

Statement on assassination of Leon Trotsky, ca. 1940. Typescript

Folder 22

Open letter to C. L. R. James, 1940 October 17. Typescripts

Folder 23

Open letter to Parti Communiste Internationaliste (France) (with Benjamin Peret and Grandizo Munis), 1947 June. Mimeograph

Folder 24

Open letter to Fourth International, 1951. Mimeograph

Folder 25

Letter to the editor, New York Post, 1957 April 24. Printed copy

Folder 26

Open letter to Soviet Union. Verkhovnyi Sovet, 1961 November 2. Typescripts

Folder 27

Letter to the editor, France-Soir, 1961 November 9. Printed copy

Folder 28

Will, n.d. Typescript

 

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL FILE, 1930-1980

 

General (material not classifiable under any single country)

 

General

 

Correspondence

Box 71, Folder 1

1935-1961. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Pierre Frank, Albert Glotzer, Albert Goldman, Sam Gordon, Ernest Mandel, George Novack, Michel Pablo, Morris Stein, and Jack Weber

Folder 2

1962. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Pierre Frank, Gerry Healy, Livio Maitan, Ernest Mandel, George Novack, Michel Pablo, Art Sharon, and Arne Swabeck

Folder 3

1963-1968. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Ross Dowson, Pierre Frank, Sam Gordon, Gerry Healy, Tom Kerry, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Michel Pablo, Art Sharon, Ed Shaw, Barry Sheppard, and Mary-Alice Waters

Folder 4

1969. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Caroline Lund, Livio Maitan, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, and Barry Sheppard

Folder 5

1970. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Ross Dowson, Caroline Lund, Livio Maitan, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Barry Sheppard, and John Steele

Folder 6

1971-1972. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Ross Dowson, Gus Horowitz, Livio Maitan, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, John Riddell, and Mary-Alice Waters

Folder 7

1973-1976. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Pierre Frank, Gus Horowitz, Caroline Lund, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, and Mary-Alice Waters

Folder 8

1977-1978. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, David Keil, Caroline Lund, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Alan Wald, and Tim Wohlforth

 

Writings

Folder 9

Camejo, Peter. Reports from Latin America, 1970-1972

 

Frank, Pierre

Folder 10

General, 1955-1969

Folder 11

Une Revision du Trotskysme: A Propos de la Rupture de Pablo avec la IVe Internationale, 1966

 

Maitan, Livio

Box 72, Folder 1

1955-1970

Folder 2

1971-1978

 

Mandel, Ernest

Folder 3

1953-1969

Folder 4

1970-1976. Includes some biographical information on Mandel

Folder 5

Myers, Allen. Reports on trip to Asia and the Pacific region, 1969-1970

 

Pablo, Michel

Folder 6

1952-1955

Folder 7

1958-1973. Includes some biographical information on Pablo

Folder 8

Peng, Shu-tse, 1955-1961

Folder 9

Syvriotis, Barbara. Report on international conference held by National Caucus of Labor Committees (U.S.), International Socialists (U.S.), Lutte Ouvriere (France), International Socialism (Great Britain), and other groups, 1971

Folder 10

Bolshevik Tendency. Correspondence, declaration, memorandum, other internal documents, and articles, 1976-1977. Includes letter by Nahuel Moreno

 

International Committee

 

General

Box 73, Folder 1

1953-1961. Resolutions, report, and other internal documents. Includes writing by Tim Wohlforth

Folder 2

1962-1963. Minutes, resolutions, statements, and other internal documents. Includes writings by Ross Dowson, Gerry Healy, and Cliff Slaughter

Folder 3

Informations Internationales. New series, No. 1, 3, ca. 1962

 

International Bulletin

Folder 4

No. 6-7, 9-10, 1961-1962

Folder 5

No. 11-14, 1962-1963

 

International Correspondence

Folder 6

No. 1-9, 1967

Folder 7

No. 10-19, 1967-1968

 

International Secretariat

Folder 8

General. Resolutions, declarations, manifesto, and other internal documents, 1946-1962. Includes writings by George Breitman and Morris Stein

Folder 9

Bulletin d'Information, No. 1, 8, 1961-1962

Folder 10

Bulletin Interieur, 1947-1962. Includes Vol. II No. 18 (1947); No. 2, 7 (1954-1955); No. [1]-2, 7, 13-14, 17, 23 (1961-1962)

Folder 11

Cuarta Internacional. Ano I No. 1-2, 1963

Box 74, Folder 1

Fourth International, 1955-1962. Includes Vol. I No. 3-4 (1955-1956); No. 15 (1962)

Folder 2

Information Bulletin, 1958-1962. Includes Vol. I No. 4, [18]-21, 24 (1958-1959); No. 4 (1959); Vol. II No. 4-5 (1959); No. 2-7 (1962)

Folder 3

Internal Bulletin, 1959-1962. Includes No. 1 (1959); n.n. (1960); No. 6 (1961); n.n. (1962); No. 2 (1962); n.n. (1962); No. 8, 10-12, 14 (1962)

Folder 4

Internationalist, 1959-1960. Includes n.n. (1959); Vol. III No. 5 (1960); Vol. IV No. 2, 6, 14 (1960)

Folder 5

Publicaciones: Boletin con Articulos y Documentos de los Periodicos de la IV Internacional en Europa, Ano II No. 60, 1962

Folder 6

Quatrieme Internationale, 1949-1953. Includes n.n. (1949); n.n. (1953)

Folder 7

Statutes, 1948

Folder 8

Weekly Labor Bulletin (typescript bulletin issued by Ernest Mandel), 1945

Folder 9

Leninist-Trotskyist Faction. Resolution and statement, 1977

 

Organizing Committee for Reconstruction of the Fourth International

 

General. Pamphlet, leaflets, and internal documents

Folder 10

1971-1973

Folder 11

1974-1975

Folder 12

Bulletin Interieur, No. 1, 1977

 

Correspondance Internationale

Folder 13

No. 1, 4/5, 7, 1971-1973

Folder 14

No. 8-10, 1973-1974

Folder 15

Relations with United Secretariat. Correspondence, memoranda, and statements, 1974-1977. Includes letters by Pierre Lambert and Mary-Alice Waters

Box 75, Folder 1

Parity Committee (International Committee and International Secretariat). Minutes and communique, 1962-1963

 

Revolutionary Marxist Tendency

Folder 2

General. Resolutions, declaration, and pamphlets, 1964-1972. Includes writing by Michel Pablo

Folder 3

Bulletin Interieur/Documents, 1964-1965. Includes No. 1-3 (1964); n.n. (1964); No. 6, 9 (1964-1965)

Folder 4

Correspondance Internationale, No. 9-10, 1966

Folder 5

Internal Bulletin/Documents, 1964-1965. Includes No. 1-4 (1964); n.n. (1964); n.n. (1965)

Folder 6

International Marxist Review, No. 1, 1971

Folder 7

Relations with United Secretariat. Correspondence, 1964-1979. Includes letters by Jean-Pierre Beauvais and Michel Pablo

Folder 8

Secretariado Latinoamericano del Trotskismo Ortodoxo. Congress document, 1958

 

United Secretariat

Folder 9

General. Resolutions, statements, and other internal documents, 1964-1976. Includes writings by Fernand Charlier and Ernest Mandel

Folder 10

Bulletin Interieur, 1964-1969. Includes n.n. (1964); No. 7, 15 (1968-1969)

Folder 11

Intercontinental Press file. Includes message by Peng Shu-tse and Ch'en Pi-lan to anniversary banquet; library journal listing and review; and miscellaneous financial and subscription records, 1965-1977

Folder 12

Internal Bulletin, 1964-1968. Includes Vol. II No. 5 (1964); No. 2-3, 9 (1968)

Folder 13

Minutes, 1965-1974 (incomplete)

Folder 14

Statutes, 1965-1970

Folder 15

Albania. Printed Party of Labor characterization of Trotskyism, 1966

 

Algeria

Folder 16

General. Correspondence, clippings, and pamphlet, 1962-1965. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs and Art Sharon

Box 76, Folder 1

Fourth International issuances, Non-Algerian. Resolutions, reports, statement, and other internal documents, 1957-1976. Includes report by Michel Pablo

Folder 2

Angola. Resolutions, memoranda, and leaflet, 1975-1976. Includes writings by C. Gabriel and Tony Thomas

 

Argentina

 

Correspondence

Folder 3

1946-1973. Includes letters by Peter Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Nahuel Moreno, John Riddell, Ed Shaw, and Horacio Valencia

Folder 4

1974-1977. Includes letters by Robert J. Alexander, Caroline Lund, Ernest Mandel, D. Marcelo, Nahuel Moreno, Ed Shaw, and Mary-Alice Waters

 

Fourth International issuances, Argentine

 

Internal

 

General. Internal bulletins, resolutions, memoranda, and other documents. Includes writings by Nahuel Moreno

Folder 5

1941-1973

Folder 6

1974-1977

Folder 7

Undated

Folder 8

"La Logica Marxista," n.d.

 

Public. Serial issues, pamphlets, and leaflets

Folder 9

1940-1959

Folder 10

1971-1972

Box 77, Folder 1

Fourth International issuances, Non-Argentine. Statements and memoranda, 1969-1976. Includes writings by Peter Camejo and Livio Maitan

Folder 2

Non-Fourth International issuances. Clippings and printed articles, 1941-1976

Folder 3

Australia. Correspondence and report, 1946-1973. Includes letters by Ivan Dixon, Bob Gould, Gus Horowitz, John Riddell, and Art Sharon, and report by Keith Locke

Folder 4

Austria. Report, 1946

Folder 5

Bangladesh. Statement and pamphlet, 1971

 

Belgium

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1961-1977. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Caroline Lund, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Francois Massion, and Barry Sheppard

Folder 7

Fourth International issuances, Belgian. Internal bulletins, statements, articles, and leaflets, 1935-1978. Includes writings by Ernest Mandel and Georges Vereecken

Folder 8

Fourth International issuances, Non-Belgian. Report, pamphlets, and articles, 1961-1969. Includes writings by Tom Kemp

Folder 9

Non-Fourth International issuances. Articles from Belgian Communist Party press, 1966

 

Bolivia

Folder 10

Correspondence, 1952-1972. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, Hugo Gonzalez Moscoso, Livio Maitan, George Novack, and Michel Pablo

Folder 11

Fourth International issuances, Bolivian. Resolutions, statements, and other internal documents, 1952-1973. Includes writings by Hugo Gonzalez Moscoso and Guillermo Lora

Folder 12

Fourth International issuances, Non-Bolivian. Memoranda, other internal documents, articles, and leaflets, 1943-1972. Includes writing by Luis Vitale

Folder 13

Brazil. Correspondence, resolutions, memoranda, other internal documents, serial issues, and pamphlet, 1935-1976. Includes letters by Timothy Harding and Ernest Mandel

 

Canada

 

Correspondence

Folder 14

1940-1969. Includes letters by Paul Anderson, Jack Barnes, Earle Birney, Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, George Nasir, John Riddell, Art Sharon, Ed Shaw, and Morris Stein

Folder 15

1970-1976. Includes letters by Alain Beiner, Ross Dowson, Gus Horowitz, Ernest Mandel, John Riddell, John Steele, and Art Young

 

Fourth International issuances, Canadian

Folder 16

General. Resolutions, minutes, report, speech, and serial issue, 1940-1974. Includes writings by Ross Dowson, George Nasir, and John Riddell

Box 78, Folder 1

Liaison Committee for Reconstruction of the Fourth International in Canada internal bulletin, 1975

Folder 2

Non-Fourth International issuances. Clippings, and Communist Party of Canada circular re Trotskyism, 1951-1977

 

Chile

Folder 3

General. Correspondence, statements, and memoranda, 1946-1977. Includes letters by Peter Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Caroline Lund, Livio Maitan, Juan Perez, Ed Shaw, Humberto Valenzuela, and Luis Vitale, and memoranda by Pierre Frank and Richard Garza

Folder 4

Fourth International issuances, Chilean. Resolutions, other internal documents, and articles, 1945-1977. Includes writings by Juan Perez, Humberto Valenzuela, and Luis Vitale

 

China

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

1931-1965. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Ch'en Pi-lan, Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Pierre Frank, C. Frank Glass, Gerry Healy, Harold R. Isaacs, George Novack, Michel Pablo, Peng Shu-tse, Dan Roberts, Arne Swabeck, and George and Connie Weissman

Folder 6

1966-1969. Includes letters by Ch'en Pi-lan, Jan Garrett, Ernest Mandel, Peng Shu-tse, Art Sharon, Barry Sheppard, and Wang Fan-hsi

Folder 7

1970-1978. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Ch'en Pi-lan, C. Frank Glass, Gus Horowitz, Harold R. Isaacs, Joseph T. Miller, Peng Shu-tse, Yohichi Sakai, Wang Fan-hsi, and Mary-Alice Waters

 

Fourth International issuances, Chinese

Folder 8

General. Resolutions, other internal documents, and articles, 1936-1977. Includes writings by Ch'en Pi-lan, Li On, Peng Shu-tse, and Wang Fan-hsi

Folder 9

Niel-sih, "Five Years of the Left Opposition in China: An Attempt to Explain Its Failure to Make Progress," 1934

 

Fourth International issuances, Non-Chinese

Box 79, Folder 1

1930-1965. Resolutions, other internal documents, articles, and pamphlet. Includes writings by C. Frank Glass, Livio Maitan, Dan Roberts, Max Shachtman, and Myra Tanner Weiss

Folder 2

1966-1967. Resolutions, reports, and articles. Includes writings by David Fender, Pierre Frank, Livio Maitan, Ernest Mandel, and Johannes Ernst Seiffert

Folder 3

1968-1972. Resolutions, other internal documents, and articles. Includes writings by Fernand Charlier, Livio Maitan, Kyoji Nishi, and George Novack

Folder 4

Non-Fourth International issuances. Clippings, other printed matter, and seminar papers, 1956-1977. Includes papers by Joseph T. Miller and Abie Weisfeld

 

Colombia

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1971-1978. Includes letters by Ernest Mandel, Nahuel Moreno, J. P. Riel, Carlos Rodriguez, and Ed Shaw

Folder 6

Fourth International issuances, Colombian. Internal bulletins, reports, resolutions, and other internal documents, 1971-1978. Includes writings by Greco and J. P. Riel

Folder 7

Fourth International issuances, Non-Colombian. Resolution and statements, 1977

 

Costa Rica

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1972-1978. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Rogelio Cedeno, Caroline Lund, Livio Maitan, Rodrigo, Ed Shaw, and Marta Trejos

 

Fourth International issuances, Costa Rican

Box 80, Folder 1

General. Reports, other internal documents, and articles, 1977-1978

Folder 2

"Las Premisas Teoricas Fundamentales a la Construccion del Partido Revolucionario," n.d.

 

Fourth International United Secretariat special commission to investigate charges against Fausto Amador, 1976

Folder 3

Exhibits

Folder 4

Reports and resolutions

Folder 5

Non-Fourth International issuances. Clippings, 1969-1978

 

Cuba

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1960-1978. Includes letters by Pierre Broue, Daniel Camejo, Peter Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Pierre Frank, David Keil, Ernest Mandel, George Nasir, Vernel Olson, and Ed Shaw

Folder 7

Fourth International issuances, Non-Cuban. Resolutions, reports, memoranda, other internal documents, and articles, 1960-1975. Includes writings by Ken Coates, Richard Garza, Livio Maitan, Ernest Mandel, Vernel Olson, Peng Shu-tse, Alfonso Ramirez, and Luis Vitale

Folder 8

Non-Fourth International issuances. Printed articles, clippings, and leaflets, 1960-1965. Includes articles on Trotskyism from official Cuban press

Folder 9

Cyprus. Declarations and articles, 1964-1970

Folder 10

Czechoslovakia. Correspondence, declarations, internal documents, and articles, 1938-1977. Includes letters by Ken Coates and Jiri Pelikan, and writings by Sirio di Giuliomaria and Morris Stein

Folder 11

Denmark. Correspondence and internal documents, 1972-1973. Includes letters by Peter Camejo and Ernest Mandel

Folder 12

Dominican Republic. Correspondence, program, and serial issue, 1963-1972. Includes letters by Peter Camejo and Alberto Malagon

Folder 13

Ecuador. Letter and addresses, 1973-1977

Folder 14

Eritrea. Letter, 1972

Folder 15

Finland. Letter and article, 1940-1963

 

France

Box 81, Folder 1

Correspondence, 1946-1978. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Jean-Pierre Beauvais, Marguerite Bonnet, George Breitman, Pierre Broue, Daniel Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Becky Finch, Pierre Frank, Daniel Guerin, Fred Halstead, Gus Horowitz, David Keil, Alain Krivine, Pierre Lambert, Michel Lequenne, Caroline Lund, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Felix Morrow, George Novack, Evelyn Reed, Ed Shaw, Barry Sheppard, and Mary-Alice Waters

 

Fourth International issuances, French

 

General

Folder 2

Internal. Resolutions, and other internal documents, 1953-1975. Includes writings by Lily Cadart, Pierre Frank, and Michele Mestre

 

Public. Serial issues

Folder 3

1932-1956

Folder 4

1966-1968

Folder 5

Centre d'Etudes Socialistes. Bibliographies, 1968-1969

Folder 6

Institut Leon Trotsky. Report, statutes, and serial issues, 1977-1978

 

Ligue Communiste/Ligue Communiste Revolutionnaire

Folder 7

1969-1970. Internal bulletins, other internal documents, leaflets, and serial issues

Folder 8

1971-1976. Internal bulletin, other internal documents, and articles. Includes writings by Pierre Frank and Alain Krivine

 

Organisation Communiste Internationaliste

 

General

Folder 9

1967-1974. Statements, pamphlets, and serial issues

Folder 10

1975-1976. Congress documents, serial issue, article, and leaflet

 

Etudes et Documents

Folder 11

1961

Folder 12

1967

 

Parti Communiste Internationaliste. Internal bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, and leaflets

Box 82, Folder 1

1947-1953

Folder 2

1954-1968

Folder 3

Parti Communiste Revolutionnaire (Trotskiste). Serial issues, 1966-1967

Folder 4

Parti Ouvrier Internationaliste. Internal bulletin and serial issue, 1937-1943

Folder 5

Voix Ouvriere (Organization). Serial issues and leaflet, 1966-1967

Folder 6

Fourth International issuances, Non-French. Reports, resolutions, statements, other internal documents, pamphlets, and articles, ca. 1936-1975. Includes writings by Peter Camejo, Ted Grant, Tom Kemp, John Riddell, and Barry Sheppard

Folder 7

Non-Fourth International issuances. Pamphlet by Yvan Craipeau, and clippings, 1967-1971

Folder 8

Germany. Correspondence, declaration, memoranda, and articles. Includes letters by Anton Grylewicz, Georg Jungclas, Gisela Mandel, and John Riddell, and writing by Sam Gordon

 

Great Britain

 

Correspondence

Folder 9

1946. Includes letters by Ted Grant, Gerry Healy, Felix Morrow, and Morris Stein

Folder 10

1953. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, Gerry Healy, and Ernest Mandel

Folder 11

1954. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Sam Gordon, Gerry Healy, and Louis Sinclair

Folder 12

1955. Includes letters by George Breitman, Farrell Dobbs, and Gerry Healy

Folder 13

1956. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Gerry Healy, and Tom Kerry

Folder 14

1957. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Isaac Deutscher, Farrell Dobbs, Peter Fryer, Gerry Healy, and Tom Kerry

Box 83, Folder 1

1958. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, Gerry Healy, Tom Kerry, Louis Sinclair, and Geoffrey White

Folder 2

1959. Includes letters by Brian Behan, Peter Cadogan, James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Peter Fryer, Gerry Healy, and Dan Roberts

Folder 3

1960. Includes letters by Brian Behan, Peter Cadogan, James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Milton and Tybie Genecin, Gerry Healy, Tom Kerry, George Novack, Michel Pablo, Evelyn Reed, Louis Sinclair, and Cliff Slaughter

Folder 4

1961. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Milton Genecin, Sam Gordon, Gerry Healy, Walter Kendall, Tom Kerry, Ernest Mandel, and Peng Shu-tse

Folder 5

1962. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Gerry Healy, Tom Kerry, George Novack, and Cliff Slaughter

Folder 6

1963. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Alan Harris, Gerry Healy, Ernest Mandel, and George Novack

Folder 7

1964-1965. Includes letters by Michael Banda, J. Brannigan, Daniel Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Isaac Deutscher, Pierre Frank, Sam Gordon, Alan and Connie Harris, Gerry Healy, Pat Jordan, Ernest Mandel, Ernest Tate, and Connie Weissman

Folder 8

1966. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Gerry Healy, Ralph Schoenman, Ken Tarbuck, and Ernest Tate

Folder 9

1967. Includes letters by Tamara Deutscher, Farrell Dobbs, Bob Purdie, Art Sharon, Ed Shaw, and Ernest Tate

Folder 10

1968-1969. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Tamara Deutscher, Connie Harris, Caroline Lund, George Novack, Peter Peterson, Art Sharon, Barry Sheppard, and Ernest Tate

Folder 11

1970. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Alan and Connie Harris, Gerry Healy, Pat Jordan, Caroline Lund, Peng Shu-tse, Barry Sheppard, and John and Sheila Steele

Folder 12

1971-1974. Includes letters by Tariq Ali, John Benson, Sam Gordon, Ted Harding, Connie Harris, Gus Horowitz, Alan Jones, Pat Jordan, Ernest Mandel, John Riddell, and George Shriver

Box 84, Folder 1

1975. Includes letters by Robin Blick, Sam Gordon, John Lister, Harold Robins, and Tim Wohlforth

 

1976

Folder 2

January-May. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, George Breitman, Sam Gordon, John Lister, Caroline Lund, Alan Jones, George Shriver, Alan Thornett, Adam Westoby, and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 3

June-July. Includes letters by Manuel Aguilar, Ken Coates, Farrell Dobbs, Raya Dunayevskaya, Gerry Foley, Milton Genecin, Albert Glotzer, C. L. R. James, Alan Jones, Caroline Lund, Nahuel Moreno, Chris Moustakis, Jim Percy, Vanessa Redgrave, John Riddell, James Robertson, Barry Sheppard, George Shriver, Bala Tampoe, Luis Vitale, George Weissman, and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 4

August-December. Includes letters by John Archer, Jack Barnes, John Benson, Ken Coates, Milton Genecin, Albert Glotzer, C. L. R. James, Alan Jones, Vanessa Redgrave, Cliff Slaughter, Charles van Gelderen, Jean van Heijenoort, and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 5

1977-1979. Includes letters by John Archer, Michael Banda, Robin Blick, Ken Coates, Sam Gordon, Alan Jones, John Lister, Michel Pablo, Barry Sheppard, Cliff Slaughter, Ken Tarbuck, Jack Weber, and Tim Wohlforth

 

Fourth International issuances, British

 

General. Internal bulletins, other internal documents, serial issues, pamphlets, and leaflets

Folder 6

1960-1967

Folder 7

1970-1976

 

International Bulletin/Bulletin

Folder 8

1962

Box 85, Folder 1

1963

 

International Marxist Group. Includes Spartacus League material

 

Internal. Internal bulletins, resolutions, memoranda, reports, minutes, and other internal documents

Folder 2

1966-1970. Includes writings by Alan and Connie Harris

Folder 3

1971-1977. Includes writing by Alan Jones

Folder 4

Public. Serial issues, pamphlet, and leaflets, 1968-1972

Folder 5

International Tendency. Resolutions, bulletins, statements, reports, and minutes, 1960-1965

Folder 6

Left Fraction. Bulletins, 1963-1965

 

Revolutionary Communist Party

 

Internal. Internal bulletins, resolutions, reports, statements, conference documents, and other internal documents

Folder 7

1944-1945

Folder 8

1946-1947

Box 86, Folder 1

1948. Includes writing by Tony Cliff

Folder 2

1949-1950. Includes writings by Tony Cliff and Ted Grant

 

Public. Workers International News

Folder 3

1944-1947

Folder 4

1948-1949

 

Revolutionary Socialist League/Militant Group

 

Internal. Internal bulletins, resolutions, minutes, and other internal documents

Folder 5

1950-1964

Folder 6

1965-1970. Includes writing by Ted Grant

 

Public

Folder 7

General. Serial issues, pamphlets, and leaflets, 1957-1970. Includes writings by Ted Grant

Folder 8

Socialist Fight, 1961-1963

 

Socialist Labour League/Workers Revolutionary Party. See also Great Britain/Socialist Labour League/Workers Revolutionary Party subject file

 

Internal. Internal bulletins, resolutions, statements, reports, minutes, and other internal documents

Folder 9

1953-1958

Box 87, Folder 1

1959-1960. Includes writings by Peter Cadogan

Folder 2

1961-1962. Includes internal bulletin, Relations between the Socialist Workers' Party (USA) and the Socialist Labour League (Britain)

Folder 3

1962-1970

 

Public. Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, and catalogs of publications

Folder 4

1950-1968. Includes writings by Gerry Healy, William Hunter, Michael Nolan, and Pat Sirockin

Folder 5

1970-1978. Includes writing by Michael Banda

 

Workers International League

Folder 6

General. Statement on expulsion of Gerry Healy, and issues of Workers International News, 1942-1944

Folder 7

Socialist Appeal, 1941-1943

Folder 8

Workers Socialist League. Internal bulletins, other internal documents, and articles, 1975-1978. Includes writing by Adam Westoby

 

Fourth International issuances, Non-British. Memoranda, declarations, reports, articles, and miscellany

Box 88, Folder 1

1966-1971. Includes writings by Fernand Charlier, Pierre Frank, and Barry Sheppard

Folder 2

1972-1976. Includes Report of the Fact-Finding Commission of the United Secretariat on the Internal Situation within the International Marxist Group, British Section of the Fourth International

Folder 3

Non-Fourth International issuances. Pamphlets, articles, reports, and clippings, 1944-1976. Includes critiques of Trotskyism by the Communist Party of Great Britain

 

Socialist Labour League/Workers Revolutionary Party subject file (material from various sources relating to the organization)

 

General. Pamphlets, articles, clippings, memoranda, statements, and leaflets

Folder 4

1959-1968. Includes articles by Peter Cadogan and Walter Kendall; and pamphlet by Tony Polan, The SLL: An Autopsy

Folder 5

1970-1977. Includes statements by Robin Blick and Mark Jenkins; memorandum by Pierre Frank; and pamphlet by Tony Whelan, The Credibility Gap: The Politics of the S.L.L.

 

Accusation campaign (material relating to allegations made by the Workers Revolutionary Party concerning the assassination of Leon Trotsky, and charging complicity on the part of Joseph Hansen). See also Great Britain/ Correspondence/ 1975-1979

 

Workers Revolutionary Party issuances. Pamphlets, serial issues, and leaflets. Includes some issuances of the Workers League (U.S.) See also OVERSIZE FILE

Folder 6

1975. Includes pamphlet Security and the Fourth International: An Inquiry into the Assassination of Leon Trotsky

Folder 7

1976-1977

 

Non-Workers Revolutionary Party issuances. Bulletins, articles, statements, leaflets, reports, and clippings

Folder 8

1975-1976. Includes articles by Sam Gordon and Charles van Gelderen; statement by Charles Curtiss; and bulletin Healy's Big Lie: The Slander Campaign against Joseph Hansen, George Novack, and the Fourth International

Box 89, Folder 1

1977-1980. Includes statement by Harry Wicks

Folder 2

Redgrave, Vanessa, Party membership of. Clippings and printed articles, 1974-1979

 

Writings

Folder 3

Archer, John and Mary, 1976

 

Coates, Ken

Folder 4

1965-1967

Folder 5

1968-1976

Folder 6

Gordon, Sam, 1964-1977

Folder 7

Healy, Gerry, 1959

Folder 8

Jenkins, Mark, 1975

Folder 9

Kemp, Tom, 1959

Folder 10

Tate, Ernest, 1966

Folder 11

Greece. Correspondence, declarations, statements, and other internal documents, 1965-1977. Includes letters by Mary-Alice Waters and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 12

Guatemala. Letter, declaration, articles, and clippings, 1953-1970. Includes letter by Cedric Belfrage

Folder 13

Hong Kong. Letter, 1955

Folder 14

Hungary. Resolutions, pamphlet, and article, 1956-1966. Includes writings by Gerry Healy and Ernest Mandel

Folder 15

Iceland. Letter, 1972

 

India

Folder 16

General. Statements, memoranda, other internal documents, and articles, 1960-1976. Includes writings by Sharad Jhaveri

Box 90, Folder 1

Correspondence, 1952-1976. Includes letters by R. N. Arya, Sailen Banerji, Jack Barnes, Upali Cooray, Magan Desai, Ross Dowson, Gus Horowitz, Sharad Jhaveri, S. B. Kolpe, Caroline Lund, Ernest and Gisela Mandel, Pankaj Roy, and Ed Shaw

Folder 2

Indonesia. Correspondence, memoranda, resolution, and clipping, 1945-1966. Includes letters by John Andu, Bob Chester, Attorney General Tom Clark, and Evelyn Reed

Folder 3

Iran. Letter by Lawrence Trainor, and memoranda, 1966-1970

Folder 4

Ireland. Correspondence, pamphlet, leaflet, and articles, 1962-1976. Includes letters by Gerry Foley, Bob Purdie, and John Riddell, and writing by Charles van Gelderen

Folder 5

Israel (including material on Palestinians). Correspondence, declaration, statement, report, and articles, 1956-1977. Includes letters by Sam Gordon and Gus Horowitz

 

Italy

Folder 6

General. Reports, other internal documents, and articles, 1959-1972. Includes writings by Sirio di Giuliomaria and Livio Maitan

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1946-1972. Includes letters by Sirio di Giuliomaria, Farrell Dobbs, Franco Grisolia, David Keil, Livio Maitan, George Novack, Peng Shu-tse, Giulio Savelli, Barry Sheppard, T. Venturi, and Libero Villone

Folder 8

Jamaica. Letter by Livio Maitan, 1961

Folder 9

Japan. Correspondence, reports, serial issues, statements, leaflets, and articles, 1960-1976. Includes letters by Upali Cooray, Farrell Dobbs, Pierre Frank, T. Furusato, Gerry Healy, Kyoji Nishi, S. Okatani, Yohichi Sakai, Ed Shaw, and Eichii Yamanishi, and writing by Peng Shu-tse

Folder 10

Korea. Articles by Tariq Ali and Luc Nattier, 1966

Folder 11

Lebanon. Correspondence, 1966-1973. Includes letter by Gisela Mandel

Folder 12

Luxemburg. Letter, 1973

 

Mexico

 

Correspondence

Folder 13

1938-1969. Includes letters by Manuel Aguilar, Daniel Camejo, Peter Camejo, Farrell Dobbs, Pierre Frank, Adolfo Gilly, Pilar, Diego Rivera, and Ed Shaw

Folder 14

1970-1977. Includes letters by Manuel and Mara Aguilar, Philip Ames, Farrell Dobbs, Richard Garza, Ricardo Hernandez, Gus Horowitz, Ernest Mandel, Evelyn Sell, Ed Shaw, and Barry Sheppard

 

Fourth International issuances, Mexican. Internal bulletins, resolutions, speeches, conference documents, other internal documents, articles, serial issues, and leaflets

Box 91, Folder 1

1941-1965. Includes writing by Manuel Aguilar

Folder 2

1966-1972. Includes writings by Manuel Aguilar, Daniel Camejo, Ricardo Hernandez, and Ricardo Ochoa

Folder 3

1975-1976. Includes writings by Ricardo Hernandez

Folder 4

Fourth International issuances, Non-Mexican. Reports, resolutions, statements, and other internal documents, 1967-1976

Folder 5

Non-Fourth International issuances. Appeals, articles, clippings, and other writings, 1967-1978

Folder 6

Namibia. Letter by Pierre Frank, article by Franz J. T. Lee, and newsletters, 1964

Folder 7

Netherlands. Correspondence, declaration, article, and serial issue, 1945-1973. Includes letter by George Shriver, and article by Luc Nattier

Folder 8

New Zealand. Correspondence, resolution, and minutes, 1965-1973. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, George Fyson, Gus Horowitz, Russell Johnson, Keith Locke, Hector MacNeill, Paul Piesse, Ed Shaw, and Barry Sheppard

Folder 9

Nicaragua. Interview with Ramon Romero, and internal document by Fausto Amador, 1962-1977

Folder 10

Nigeria. Correspondence, and article, 1964-1972

Folder 11

Pakistan. Letter by Tariq Ali, and clippings, 1970-1972

Folder 12

Panama. Correspondence, 1972-1977

 

Peru

 

Blanco (Hugo) defense campaign. See also Peru/Correspondence

Folder 13

General. Press releases, memoranda, articles, appeals, leaflets, drawing of Blanco, and miscellany, 1963-1972

Folder 14

Clippings, 1963-1976

 

Correspondence

Box 92, Folder 1

1965-1970. Includes letters by Hugo Blanco, Peter Camejo, Pedro Candela Santillana, Pierre Frank, Livio Maitan, Ernest Mandel, Luc Nattier, and Charles van Gelderen

Folder 2

1971-1976. Includes letters by Mara Aguilar, Hugo Blanco, George Breitman, Peter Camejo, Fred Halstead, Livio Maitan, Harry Ring, Ed Shaw, Mary-Alice Waters, Judy White, and Tim Wohlforth

 

Fourth International issuances, Peruvian. Internal bulletins, other internal documents, serial issues, pamphlets, and leaflets

Folder 3

1945-1960

Folder 4

1961. Includes pamphlet by Ismael Frias

Folder 5

1965-1975. Includes pamphlet by Hector Bejar

Folder 6

Fourth International issuances, Non-Peruvian. Report, declaration, other internal documents, and articles, 1962-1974. Includes writings by Peter Camejo, Richard Garza, Livio Maitan, Humberto Valenzuela, and Luis Vitale

Folder 7

Non-Fourth International issuances. Articles and circulars, 1965-1972

Folder 8

Writings by Hugo Blanco, 1968-1972

Folder 9

Philippines. Correspondence and articles, 1969-1972. Includes letters by John R. Glenn, and writings by Glenn and C. Frank Glass

Folder 10

Poland. Correspondence, appeals, articles, leaflets, and pamphlets, 1966. Includes letters by Isaac Deutscher and Pierre Frank

 

Portugal

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1974-1976. Includes letters by Pierre Frank, Peng Shu-tse, and Tony Thomas

Folder 12

Fourth International issuances, Portuguese. Internal bulletins, resolutions, and other internal documents, 1975

Box 93, Folder 1

Fourth International issuances, Non-Portuguese. Reports, resolutions, statements, other internal documents, pamphlet, and articles, 1975-1976. Includes writings by Pierre Frank, Sharad Jhaveri, Livio Maitan, Ernest Mandel, Nahuel Moreno, and Peng Shu-tse

Folder 2

Puerto Rico. Letter and report by Richard Garza, 1971

Folder 3

Singapore. Letters by T. Reilly, 1945

Folder 4

South Africa. Correspondence, appeals, articles, and clippings, 1959-1978. Includes letters by C. Frank Glass, Franz J. T. Lee, Joyce Meissenheimer, L. Mqotsi, Art Sharon, and I. B. Tabata, and writings by Lee, Mqotsi, Tabata, and Anna Jack

 

Soviet Union

Folder 5

General. Correspondence and printed matter, 1959-1978. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs and Pierre Frank, and printed critiques of Trotskyism by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Folder 6

Fourth International issuances, Non-Soviet. Resolutions, declarations, articles, and pamphlets, 1946-1976. Includes writings by Tariq Ali, Bert Cochran, Pierre Frank, Ted Grant, Fred Halstead, Ted Harding, Tom Kemp, Ernest Mandel, and Michel Pablo, and pamphlet Dossier de la "Destalinisation"

 

Spain

Folder 7

General. Resolutions, declaration, other internal documents, and articles, 1936-1975. Includes writings by Harry Milton and Max Sterling

 

Fourth International issuances, Spanish

Folder 8

1932-1933. Comunismo issues

Folder 9

1963-1977. Internal bulletins, declarations, other internal documents, and serial issues

 

Sri Lanka

Folder 10

General. Internal documents, articles, and pamphlets, 1962-1979. Includes writings by Tamara Deutscher and Gerry Healy

Folder 11

Correspondence, 1951-1974. Includes letters by Upali Cooray, Farrell Dobbs, Ross Dowson, Pierre Frank, Leslie Goonewardene, Gerry Healy, Gus Horowitz, Tom Kerry, Ernest Mandel, Edmund Samarakkody, Barry Sheppard, Bala Tampoe, Sydney Wanasinghe, and Mary-Alice Waters

Box 94, Folder 1

Fourth International issuances, Sri Lankan. Resolutions, declarations, statements, other internal documents, pamphlets, and articles, 1959-1971. Includes writings by V. Karalasingham, Edmund Samarakkody, Bala Tampoe, and Sydney Wanasinghe

Folder 2

Sweden. Correspondence and manifesto, 1970-1973. Includes letters by Olga Bruce, Peter Camejo, Gerry Foley, Jan Garrett, and Tom Gustafsson

Folder 3

Switzerland. Correspondence, 1959-1963. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs and George von Steiger

Folder 4

Taiwan. Correspondence and resolutions, 1977-1978. Includes letter by Wang Fan-hsi

Folder 5

Tanzania. Letter by Robin Blackburn, n.d.

Folder 6

Trinidad. Letter, resolution, and addresses, 1946

 

United States. See SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY FILE

 

Uruguay

Folder 7

General. Correspondence and internal documents, 1967-1974. Includes letter by Peter Camejo

Folder 8

Fourth International issuances, Uruguayan. Internal bulletins, other internal documents, serial issues, and leaflets, 1940-1973

 

Venezuela

Folder 9

General. Clippings, articles, and miscellany, 1962-1971

Folder 10

Correspondence, 1961-1977. Includes letters by Daniel Camejo, Peter Camejo, Livio Maitan, and Alfonso Ramirez

Folder 11

Fourth International issuances, Venezuelan. Internal bulletin, declarations, statements, other internal documents, articles, and leaflets, 1962-1978. Includes writings by Daniel Camejo and Alfonso Ramirez

Folder 12

Vietnam. Correspondence, report, memoranda, appeals, and articles, 1966-1975. Includes letters by Fred Halstead and Peng Shu-tse, and writings by C. Frank Glass and Ernest Mandel

 

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY FILE, 1929-1979

 

Circulated internal documents. Resolutions, statements, reports, speeches, memoranda, minutes, and discussion documents

Box 94, Folder 13

1935-1936. Includes writings by Martin Abern, James P. Cannon, A. J. Muste, Hugo Oehler, Tom Stamm, Max Sterling, Jack Weber, and Joseph Zack

Folder 14

1939-1944 (ca.) Includes excerpts from minutes of Political Committee; report of maritime trade union fraction; and writings by James Burnham and James P. Cannon

Folder 15

1945. Includes selected minutes of Political Committee; and report by Murry Weiss on anti-fascist campaign

Folder 16

1948-1951. Includes discussion documents on Henry A. Wallace movement

Box 95, Folder 1

1953-1954. Includes speeches by George Clarke and Milt Zaslow; and discussion documents by Marjorie McGowan and Jeanne Morgan

Folder 2

1957-1959. Includes report on Morton Sobell case work

Folder 3

1961-1964. Includes selected minutes of Political Committee; and writings by Farrell Dobbs

Folder 4

Constitutions and declaration of principles, 1939-1977

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

1935-1945. Includes letters by Martin Abern, James Burnham, James P. Cannon, Vincent R. Dunne, Albert Goldman, Nathan Gould, Bert Hanman, A. J. Muste, Evelyn Reed, Max Sterling, and Jack Weber

Folder 6

1946-1951. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Grace Carlson, Bob Chester, Farrell Dobbs, Vincent R. Dunne, James T. Farrell, Albert Goldman, Clara Kaye, Felix Morrow, George Novack, Morris Stein, and Milt Zaslow

Folder 7

1952-1953. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Vincent R. Dunne, Jeanne Morgan, George Novack, Ted Selander, Myra Tanner Weiss, and John G. Wright

Folder 8

1954-1961. Includes letters by George Breitman, James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Carl Feingold, Joseph Freeman, Julia Houdek, Sherry Mangan, Jeanne Morgan, George Novack, Jean Simon, Arne Swabeck, Lawrence Trainor, Tim Wohlforth, and John G. Wright

Folder 9

1962. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Carl Feingold, Milton Genecin, Julia Houdek, George Novack, Wendell Phillips, Art Sharon, and Geoffrey White

Folder 10

1963-1970. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, Peter Camejo, James P. Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Carl Feingold, Richard Fraser, Milton Genecin, Allan and Beatrice Hansen, Tom Leonard, Frank Lovell, George Novack, Evelyn Reed, and George Weissman

Folder 11

1971-1977. Includes letters by Jack Barnes, George Breitman, Anne Chester, Milton Genecin, Barbara Gregorich, Tom Kerry, Barry Sheppard, Jessica Star, Jean van Heijenoort, and Tim Wohlforth

Box 96, Folder 1

Election campaign material. Pamphlets, leaflets, clippings, and statistics, 1940-1970

Folder 2

Freedom of Information Act requests to Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1975

 

International Socialist Review file

Folder 3

General. Miscellaneous financial records, circulation statistics, and promotional material, 1956-1966

Folder 4

Artwork, n.d.

Folder 5

Labor Action issues, 1936-1937

Folder 6

Miscellany. Memoranda, meeting announcements, and miscellaneous financial records, 1955-1972

Folder 7

Pathfinder Press Editorial Committee minutes, 1971-1974

Folder 8

Printed matter. Clippings and articles about the Socialist Workers Party, 1944-1978

Folder 9

Publications file. Miscellaneous financial records and memoranda re Socialist Workers Party publications, 1954-1977

 

Relations with other American organizations

Folder 10

American Socialist Union. Speech by Harry Braverman, 1954

Folder 11

Black Panther Party. Report by Pearl Chertov, 1969

Folder 12

Class Struggle League. Serial issue, 1973

Folder 13

Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party. Serial issue and printed article, 1977

Folder 14

Communist Party. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, discussion documents, pamphlet, and serial issues, 1939-1974. Includes letters by Richard Fraser, Milton Genecin, Clara Kaye, George Novack, and Morris Stein; writings by Genecin, Bill Cumming, Dorothy Healey, and Sam Marcy; and critiques of Trotskyism by the Communist Party and a splinter group, the Communist League

Folder 15

National Caucus of Labor Committees/U.S. Labor Party. Correspondence, discussion document, pamphlet, leaflet, serial issues, and clipping, 1970-1977. Includes letter and writing by Lyndon LaRouche, and publications of the organization

Folder 16

Progressive Labor Party. Report, 1965

Folder 17

Revolutionary Workers' League. Pamphlets and serial issues published by the League, 1936-1945

Folder 18

Socialist Labor Party. Correspondence, serial issue, and printed article, 1952-1962. Includes letter by Farrell Dobbs, and publications of the Socialist Labor Party

Folder 19

Spartacist League. Letter, theses, serial issue, and leaflet, 1966-1976. Includes issuances of the Spartacist League, and of Vanguard Newsletter splinter group

 

Workers League. See also FOURTH INTERNATIONAL FILE/ Great Britain/Socialist Labour League/Workers Revolutionary Party subject file/Accusation campaign

Box 97, Folder 1

General. Correspondence, appeal, and internal documents of the Workers League, 1965-1977. Includes letters by Farrell Dobbs, David North, and Tim Wohlforth

Folder 2

Frantz, Bob, "From Ultraleftism to Trotskyism," 1972

Folder 3

Workers League leaflets, 1966-1978

Folder 4

Workers League pamphlets, 1971-1976

 

Workers Party/Independent Socialist League

Folder 5

1945-1946. Correspondence, resolutions, statements, speech, other internal documents, and printed article. Includes letters by James P. Cannon, Felix Morrow, and Max Shachtman; and writings by Cannon, Morrow, Shachtman, and Albert Goldman

Folder 6

1951-1959. Serial issues published by Independent Socialist League, and report

 

Subject file

Folder 7

Black, Thomas. Printed Congressional hearing testimony by Black, and memorandum by George Breitman, 1956-1976

Folder 8

Caldwell, Sylvia. Correspondence, memorandum, and Control Commission reports, 1947-1977. Includes letters by Jack Barnes and Farrell Dobbs

Folder 9

Cannon, James P. Biographical data, study guide on writings, memoranda on publications and archives, and miscellany, 1929-1974

Folder 10

Gelfand, Alan. Correspondence, speech, Political Committee minutes, and legal brief, 1977-1979. Includes letters by Gelfand, Pearl Chertov, and Larry Seigle; speech and legal brief by Gelfand; and disciplinary charge by Jack Barnes

Folder 11

Mangan, Sherry. Correspondence, printed articles, and notes on archival sources, 1962-1978. Includes articles by Alan Wald

Folder 12

Solow, Herbert. Printed article by Alan Wald, 1977

 

Writings

Folder 13

Cannon, James P., 1929-1954

Folder 14

Novack, George, 1957-1965

Box 98, Folder 1

Preis, Art, 1950

Folder 2

Swabeck, Arne, 1954

Folder 3

Wohlforth, Tim, 1957-ca. 1977

Folder 4

Wright, John G., ca. 1941-ca. 1954

Folder 5

Miscellaneous, 1958-1971

Folder 6

Young Socialist Alliance file. Correspondence, memorandum, report, resolution, discussion documents, and leaflets, 1958-1969. Includes letters by Carl Feingold, George Novack, James Robertson, Ed Shaw, and Tim Wohlforth

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1887-1978

Box 98, Folder 7

Algeria. Pamphlet, leaflets, and photocopy of letter by Ahmed Ben Bella, 1957-1967

Folder 8

Alliance for Progress. Printed articles and clippings, 1960-1962

Folder 9

Argentina. Printed articles and clippings, 1961-1962

Folder 10

Belgium. Serial issue and leaflet, 1966

 

Bolivia. Newsletter, printed articles, and clippings

Folder 11

1943-1952

Folder 12

1961-1969

Folder 13

Brazil. Pamphlets, serial issues, printed articles, clippings and leaflets, 1957-1964. Includes issuances of Partido Socialista Brasileiro

Folder 14

Cameroon. Newsletters, 1965

Folder 15

Canada. Issuances of Canadian Commonwealth Federation, 1953-1955

Folder 16

China. Serial issue, printed articles, and clippings, 1957-1971

Folder 17

Colombia. Clippings and miscellany, 1961-1977

Folder 18

Communist International. Mimeograph and printed copies of documents of first four World Congresses, 1919-1922

 

Conferencia Latinoamericana por la Soberania Nacional, la Emancipacion Economica y la Paz (1961 : Mexico City)

Box 99, Folder 1-2

Proceedings, 1961. Bulletins, speeches, reports, resolutions, and declarations