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16 April 2018: Added to the

Added to the new Fascism Subject Section:

Why Fascism?, by Edward Conze and Ellen Wilkinson, 1935
[Thanks to Paul Flewers]

 

14 April 2018: Added to the Friedrich Melchior Grimm and the “Corréspondance Littéraire” Archive:

Rousseau vs. Voltaire, 1765
[Thanks to Mitchell Abidor]

 

9 April, 2018: Added to the Edgar Hardcastle Internet Archive:

The Finance of War, September 1959
We are all Socialists now, April 1962
A Tale of Two Simpletons: Good man gone wrong, September 1962
The Common Market and the old Corn Laws, October 1962
Forerunner of Common Market, November 1962
Marx and the Sunday Times, November 1963
The Founding of the Trades Union Congress, June 1968
Capitalism's Dilemma, January 1974
The Strike Weapon, May 1976
The Future of Unemployment, August 1976
A useful introduction to Marx, June 1978
[Thanks to Adam Buick]

 

6 April 2018: Added to the Leon Trotsky Archive:

How Lenin Spoke on the Platform (1924)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

6 April 2018: Added to the Joseph Hansen Archive:

Allies Foist New Puppet on Greece (1945)
Greek Premier Follows Allied Policy of Counter-Revolution (1945)
Allies Impose “Truce” in War on Greek People (1945)
How Britain Established the Monarchs in Greece (1945)
Churchill Blames His Victims for Greek Slaughter (1945)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

6 April 2018: Added to the new Art Preis Archive in the Encyclopaedia of Trotskyism On-Line (ETOL):

Roosevelt’s “Seizure” Order Halts Spreading Ward Strikes (1945)
Trade Union Notes – Stalinist Finks in the Ward Strikes (as Joseph Keller) (column) (1945)
Government Uses Ward Case to Aid Anti-Strike Power (1945)
Trade Union Notes – Battlelines Form in UAW Referendum (as Joseph Keller) (column) (1945)
Anti-Labor Front Aids UAW ‘No-Strike’ Group (1945)
Trade Union Notes – Two UAW-CIO Specialists in Deceit (as Joseph Keller) (column) (1945)
Murray Intervenes to Bolster No-Strike Policy in UAW Poll (1945)
Trade Union Notes – Punitive Measures Against Union Militants (as Joseph Keller) (column) (1945)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

6 April 2018: Added to the Tom Kerry Archive:

Roosevelt Uses Executive Power to Regiment the Labor Movement (as C. Thomas) (1945)
Roosevelt Demands Slave Labor Bill in First Congress Message (as C. Thomas) (1945)
Forced Labor Laws Endanger Unions (as C. Thomas) (1945)
Roosevelt, Brass Hats Speed Forced Labor (as C. Thomas) (1945)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

8 March 2018: Added to the Vince Copeland Archive:

Shop Talks on Socialism (as V. Grey) (column) (1945)
Shop Talks on Socialism (as V. Grey) (column) (1945)
Shop Talks on Socialism (as V. Grey) (column) (1945)
Shop Talks on Socialism (as V. Grey) (column) (1945)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

6 April 2018: Added to the The Militant Archive – 1945:

Lenin and Trotsky – Leaders of the Russian Revolution, from From Lenin to Stalin, by Victor Serge
Bolshevism Gave Greatest Example of Real Democracy, from From Lenin to Stalin, by Victor Serge
1934 Minneapolis Strikes Showed Way to All Labor, from History of American Trotskyism, by James P. Cannon
How Trotskyism Transforms Militants into Bolsheviks, from History of American Trotskyism, by James P. Cannon
Short extracts from books published by Pioneer Publishers – now Pathfinder Press
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the James P. Cannon Archive:

Bring the Slanderers Out into the Open! (1935)
Lewis “Purge” Stopped Cold (1936)
Under the Banner of Lenin (1935)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the Anton Ciliga Archive:

Jugoslav Communist Escapes From Siberia; Bares Anti-Bolshevik Terror of Stalin (1935)
Describes Wrecking of Jugoslav C.P.; Tells of Opposition Struggle in the Soviet Union (1936)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the Max Shachtman Archive:

The People’s Front – The New Panacea of Stalinism (1935)
The Spanish Elections and the People’s Front (1936)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the Leon Trotsky Archive:

On the Paris Commune (1917)
Sectarianism, Centrism and the Fourth International (1935)
Stalin Frame-Up Mill at Work (1935)
Cablegram from Leon Trotsky Hits Hearst and Daily Worker Lies (1936)
“Trotsky Cables Denial to AP on Daily Worker Lies” (1936)
Tell Workers the Truth About Stalin’s Hounding of Revolutionists in the Soviet Union (1936)
The Treachery of the Spanish “Labor Party of Marxist Unity” (1936)
20,000 Oppositionists Expelled from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Recent “Cleansing” (1936)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the New Militant Archive – 1936:

A Statement of Fact on Stalin’s Terror, on Mr. Hearst and the Sunday Worker (1936)
Who Are the Exiled Revolutionists in Jails and Concentration Camps? (1936)
Boblinski & 12 others: A Cry of Protest from a Siberian Exile Camp (1934)
A. Tarov: “My Escape from Stalin’s Prison” (1936)
Carl O’Shea: Massed Goodyear Pickets Throw Back Police Army for First Major Victory in Rubber Strike (1936)
Karl Marx: On the Paris Commune
Frederich Engels: On the Paris Commune
V.I. Lenin: On the Paris Commune (1911)
Frederich Engels: Marx – Leader and Thinker (1883)
[Thanks to Einde O’Callaghan, Marty Goodman & the Riazanov Library]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the International Socialism Archive – 2nd Series (2003–2016):

Duncan Blackie: Revolution in science (1989) (No. 2:42) (review of Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time)
[Thanks to Martin Empson]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the German Archiv Karl Kautsky:

Der Bolschewismus in der Sackgasse (Bolshevism in a deadend) (book) (1930)
Neue Programme – Eine kritische Untersuchung New programmes – A critical investigation) (book) (1933)
[Thanks to Musolt Cerkan]

 

2 April 2018: Added to the G. B. Shaw Archive:

Death of an Old Revolutionary Hero (short story)
[Contributed by Darren O'Neil]

 


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