Appendix, Index & Partial Bibliography

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(Below is a list of the books and pamphlets cited in this work which were published by International Publishers, New York.)

James S. Allen, Atomic Energy and Society, 1949
James  S.  Allen,  Atomic Imperialism:  The State, Monopoly,  and  the
Bomb, 1952 James S. Allen, Negro Liberation, 1938
James S. Allen, Reconstruction, the Battle for Democracy, 1937 James S. Allen, World Monopoly and Peace, 1946 American Writers Congress (reports), 1935
Herbert Aptheker, To Be Free: Studies in American Negro History, 1948 Anthony Bimba, History of the American Working Class, 1927 Ella Reeve Bloor, We Are Many, 1940 Eugene Dennis, Ideas They Cannot Jail, 1950 George Dimitrov, The United Front, 1938 Robert W. Dunn, ed., The Palmer Raids, 1948 Frederick Engels, The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the
State, 1942 Frederick Engels, The Peasant War in Germany, 1926 Sidney Finkelstein, Art and Society, 1947 Philip S. Foner, ed., Frederick Douglass: Selections From His Writings,
1945 Philip S. Foner, History of the Labor Movement in the United States,
J947 William Z. Foster, From Bryan to Stalin, 1937 William Z. Foster, Outline Political History of the Americas, 1951 Michael Gold, The Hollow Men, 1941 Louis Harap, Social Roots of the Arts, 1949 Harry Haywood, Negro Liberation, 1948 William D. Haywood, Bill Haywood's Book, 1929 History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1939 Labor Research Association, Labor Fact Books 2-10, 1934-51 Labor Research Association, Trends in American Capitalism, 1948 Elizabeth Lawson, Lincoln's Third Party, 1948 Elizabeth Lawson, Thaddeus Stevens, 1942 V. I. Lenin, A Letter to American Workers, 1934 • V. I. Lenin, Capitalism and Agriculture in the United States, 1946

V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. 18, The Imperialist War, 1930
V. I. Lenin, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, 1939
V. I. Lenin, "Left Wing" Communism, an Infantile Disorder, 1934
V. I. Lenin, Marx, Engels, Marxism, 1933
V. I. Lenin, Materialism and Empirio-Criticism  (in Selected Works, Vol.
n). J943 V. I. Lenin, Religion, 1933 V. I. Lenin, Selected Works, Vols. 1-12, 1943 V. I. Lenin, State and Revolution, 1932 V. I. Lenin, What Is to Be Done, 1929
V. I. Lenin and Joseph Stalin, Marxism and Revisionism, 1946 A. B. Magil, Israel in Crisis, 1950
A. B. Magil and Henry Stevens, The Peril of Fascism, 1938 Karl Marx, Capital, Vol. 1, 1947 Karl Marx, Critique of the Gotha Programme, 1938 Karl Marx, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte Karl Marx, Founding of the First International, 1937 Karl Marx, Value, Price and Profit, 1935 Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, The Civil War in the United States,
1937 Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, The Communist Manifesto, 1948
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, Letters to Americans, 1952
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, Selected Correspondence, 1942
Herbert M. Morais, The Struggle For American Freedom; The First Two
Hundred Years, 1944
Karl Oberniann, Joseph   Weydemeyer, Pioneer of American Socialism,
J947 Victor Pcrlo, American Imperialism, 1951
Proletarian Literature in the United States, an Anthology, 1935 Anna Rochester, The Populist Movement in the United Slates, 1943 Anna Rochester, Rulers of America, 1936 David J. Saposs, Left Wing Unionism, 1926
Frederick L. Schuman, American Policy Towards Russia Since igij, 1928 Joseph Stalin, Dialectical and Historical Materialism, 1940 Joseph Stalin, Foundations of Leninism, 1939 Joseph Stalin, The Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union, 1945 Joseph Stalin, Marxism and the National Question, 1942 Joseph Stalin, For Peaceful Coexistence, 1951 Joseph Stalin, Problems of Leninism, 1934 Joseph Stalin, Selected Writings, 1942 John Steuben, Labor in Wartime, 1940
Charlotte Todes, William H. Sylvis and the National Labor Union, 1942 Alexander Trachtenberg, History of May Day, 1947 Eugene Varga, Two Systems, 1939

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