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Series XIII. Other Radical/Leftist Organizations

Scope and Content Notes:

Basically this section of the collection is catch all for a variety of material does not fit obviously into other categories or includes too few items to merit an entire section of its own.

Box 8
Folder 20 "The Demands of Democracy", By Eugene J. McCarthy
Folder 21 "Four More Nixon Years?" Pamphlet
Folder 22 The Southern Patriot, November, 1958
Folder 23 The Southern Patriot, December, 1976
Folder 24 "Impeach Nixon No Deals, Force Congress to Impeach Nixon"
Folder 25 "The Whole World is Watching! Inauguration Day '69" Flyer, 1969
Folder 26 Letter from George McGovern
Folder 27 "Exploring Nonviolent Action", A Guide to Research, By George Lakey, April, 1970
Folder 28 "Monthly Review Press", Spring 1969, 1969
Folder 29 "Hugh Hardyman 1902-1960"
Folder 30 Flyer for the Peace and Freedom Party Nominee for Lieutenant Governor, Clyde Kuhn, 1986
Folder 31 "Poverty Amidst Plenty", A Scientific Anachronism
Folder 32 "For a Labor Party in Connecticut"
Folder 33 The American Progress, November 9, 1933
Folder 34 "The A.F.T. Strike Continues!!", Policy on the First Week of the Semester
Folder 35 "Building Economic Alternatives", A Quarterly Publication of Co-op America, Spring 1986, 1986
Folder 36 "March for Economic Survival, Saturday-September 28, 1974 August 20, 1974
Folder 37 Flyers (4)Calling People to March and Protest, 1974
Folder 38 Southern Exposure, "Here Come a Wind", Labor on the Move, 1976
Folder 39 Southern Exposure, "Growing Up Southern", 1980
Folder 40 Southern Exposure, "Festival", Celebrating Southern Literature, 1981
Folder 41 Southern Exposure, "Stayed on Freedom", 1981
Folder 42 Fact Sheet, Details of the Community Control of the Police Proposition January, 1971
Folder 43 "Too Much Garbage from City Council"
Folder 44 "A Short Introduction to Consumers' Cooperation", By Ellis Cowling, 1935
Folder 45 "Disarm the Corporations"
Folder 46 The Principal Principle, June, 1931
Folder 47 "The Big Guns", By Matthew Josephson, January 14, 1956
Folder 48 "Technocracy an Interpretation", By Stuart Chase, 1933
Folder 49 "Smog over Los Angeles", 1959
Folder 50 "Rich Man Poor Man", By Ryllis Alexander Goslin & Omar Pancost Goslin, 1935
Folder 51 Issues of World Events (14), By Scott Nearing, 1947-1948
Folder 52 "In Memoriam of Victor Alter Henryk Erlich", March 30, 1943
Folder 53 "Our Maturing Fascism", By Hugh Hardyman, 1949
Folder 54 "Synthesis is our Only Possibility", By Bob Dickens
Folder 55 Flyer from the National Organization for an American Revolution
Folder 56 "San Francisco and the Un-American Activities Committee"
Folder 57 IS Bulletin, May 15, 1971
Folder 58 "Economics for Beginners", Elementary Economics in Simple Language, By John Keracher, 1935
Folder 59 "Are Our Banks Betraying Us?", By Alfred Wayland, 1932
Folder 60 Flyers for "Food Not Bombs" and The Conscious Alliance
Folder 61 "What They Won't Tell You About Jobs and Prices", The Unemployment- Inflation Trap and the Way Out of It, By Edward Boorstein October, 1980
Folder 62 "The Socialization of Money", By E.F. Mylius
Folder 63 "Inaugural Address"
Folder 64 "The World's Crisis Analyzed- Solution Offered", Open Letter to President Harding, By H.L.A. Holman
Folder 65 The Industrial Communist (2), September, 1920 and May, 1921
Folder 66 "Countdown to a Nuclear Moratorium", Environmental Action Foundation, April, 1976
Folder 67 Progressive Student Union Rearguard, 1990
Folder 68 "Somebody Had to Say 'the emperor wears no clothes'"
Folder 69 "Come Home, America", A Flyer for Democratic Presidential Candidate George McGovern
Folder 70 General Informational Sheet for a March in Harrisburg
Folder 71 "Use Nuclear Electric Power and Reduce Oil Dependency" Flyer
Folder 72 "Era Walk '80" Flyer, October 18, 1980
Folder 73 Flyer for "Boycott GE Products Until General Electric Gets Out of the Nuclear Business"
Folder 74 "What's Wrong With Big Rock? Plenty!!" Flyer
Folder 75 Flyer Calling for Support of Haitian Refugees
Folder 76 "Let There be a World", By Felix Greene, 1963
Folder 77 "Watts Uprising '65"
Folder 78 "The Making of a Pollution-Industrial Complex", By Martin Gellen, 1970
Folder 79 "The Real Cuba as Three Candidates Saw it", June, 1964
Folder 80 "N.A.C.L.A. Research Methodology Guide"
Folder 81 "A New Look at Cuba", The Challenge to Kennedy, By Jesse Gordon and Gen. Hugh B. Hester
Folder 82 Flyer for a Rally for McCarthy
Folder 83 Pamphlet about the SLATE Organization
Folder 84 "Aid Victims of Southern Africa's Rule of Terror" Pamphlet
Folder 85 "Strike" Pamphlet
Folder 86 Program for "The Snow Fairy", 1912
Folder 87 "WorkForce Resource Guide: Organizing" Newspaper
Folder 88 Assorted Anti-Nixon Memorabilia
Folder 89 "I Support Consumers Education and Protective Association" card
Folder 90 "Boycott the Elections!" Marxist-Lenist Party Red Women's Detachment
Folder 91-118 The People's Tribune - Vol. 9 No. 8-Vol. 10 No. 10, April 12, 1982-May 10, 1983
Folder 119 Underground - Vol. 1 No. 2, March 1971
Folder 120-164 National Guardian, April 12, 1954- April 6, 1968 ()

Box 9
Folder 1-195 National Guardian, April 13, 1968- October 17, 1970

Box 14
Folder 38 The Progressive, Hidden History of the United States Calendar, 1982
Folder 39 Students Picket Churchill at Columbia
Folder 40 "Five Years of Hitler"
Folder 41 "America of the Rich, by the Rich, and for the Rich"
Folder 42 "A Blueprint for America", Peoples' Party of the United States
Folder 43 "Prospects of American Radicalism", American Socialist Publications
Folder 44 "Where Are We Going?", Hugh Hardyman
Folder 45 "Free Our Political Prisoners" Pamphlet, ca. 1919

Section: Lovestonites

Scope and Content Notes:

In 1929 the CPUSA expelled former Party General Secretary Jay Lovestone and a substantial group of followers including Benjamin Gitlow, the CP’S 1924 and 1928 VP candidate. The Lovestone group supported the Soviet faction aligned with Nicholai Bukharin and opposed Comintern Third Period polices which they considered (correctly) sectarian and impractical. Initially the Lovestone group considered itself a loyal opposition to the officially recognized leadership of the CPUSA, but gradually developed a separate organizational identity. Although the group’s membership never exceeded a few hundred, it had more influence than might be expected both because officials in several unions respected the advice of prominent Lovestoneites and because the group included several important public intellectuals. Lovestone went on to a career as an activist against Communist influence in the labor movement, both domestic and foreign, and an advisor to portions of the U.S. national security apparatus concerned about that issue.

Box 10
Folder 1 "Marx and America" by Bertram Wolfe, 1934
Folder 2 "The Crisis in the Communist Party, U.S.A", Statement of the Principles of the Communist Party (Majority Group), February, 1930
Folder 3 "Pro-War Communism", By Veritas, 1937