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[1969/4] 10,000 GIs Killed Since the Peace Talks Started May 1968
[1924] A.B.C. of Socialism
Albert E. Kahn / [1951] Agents of Peace
[1963/10/24] All Night Vigil October 24
[n.d. probably 1970] All Out April 15! Bring All the Troops Home!
[1948/6] Alternative, V1, N3
[1948/11] Alternative, V1, N6
[1949/2] Alternative, V1, N9
[1949/5-6] Alternative, V2, N1
[1949/10] Alternative, V2. N2
[1949/11] Alternative, V2. N3
[1950/2] Alternative, V2. N6
[1950/3] Alternative, V2. N7
[n.d. probably 1923] The American Foreign-Born Workers
Denis Nowell Pritt / [1952] An Appeal for Clemency
[1982/3/23] An Evening of Solidarity With The People of El Salvador
Seattle Student Council, Fair Play for Cuba Committee / [1961/11/16] An Open Letter to President Kennedy
[1970] ...and now Laos
[1971] Angela Davis Newsletter
[1963/12/16] Los Angeles Congress of Racial Equality Active membership Bulletin
[1972/6/19] Anti-Imperialist Peoples' Communique
Appeal to Reason / [1910] Appeal to Reason promotional letter
[1968] Balls The Ungarbled Word
Communist Party of the United States of America / [1934] bilingual Communist campaign card for Hamtramck, Mi mayoral campaign
[1971] Black G.I. Framed on Frag Rap FREE BILLY SMITH
[n.d. probably 1975] Black Star Vol 1 No. 1
[1969] Black Student Voice: "Black Voice of Revolution"
[1968] Bring the Troops Home Now
[1946] Build Labor Party
[1971] Calendar of a Frame-Up
[1934/10] California's Brown Book
[1959] A Call for a Petition Campaign and Youth March
Bradford Lyttle and A.J. Muste / [1965/11] Call to Public Vigil and Witness
Commmunist International Labor Defense (ILD) / [1940] Celebration to Honor Lucy Parsons
[1986/12/27] Christmas Entertainment
[1920/9/28] Coming! Dr. W.E.B. DuBois
Communist Party of the United States of America / [1934] Congressional Election Platform of the Communist Party
[1914] Constitution of the United People's Church
[1914] Constitution of the United People's Church
[1980] Consumer Party 1980 campaign flyer
[1980] Consumer Party 1980 campaign flyer
[1970/11/5] Cooley High Black Student Voice
[1952] Could Peace Cost So Much?
[1910] Criminology, Crimes and Criminals
[1937] Critics Group Dialectics #1
Davin City Council
[1955] Defend Academic Freedom! A Statement on Academic Freedom Week by the Labor Youth League
Demonstrate Against the War
Demonstrate Against the War
Harry Raymond / [1946] Dixie Comes to New York: Story of the Freeport GI Slayings
[n.d. ca. 1964] Don't Buy At Thriftmart
Commmunist International Labor Defense (ILD) / [1937] "Don't Let Them Burn!" flyer
[1973/12] Don't Shop at Hudsons Boycott Farrah Pants
[1948/4/25] Draft Platform Progressive Party of North Carolina
[n.d. early 1980s] Drive the Snakes Out of El Salvador; St. Patrick's Day Benefit
[1970] Drum Hail James Johnson
[1970] Drum: All Out in the Wash
[1968] Drum: Challenge
[1969] Drum: Drum's Candidate
[1969] Drum: Hoover Road
[1969] Drum: Lily White--Super Right
[1969] Drum: The Root of Racism
[1970] Drum: Walter Reuther is Dead and So is the U.A.W. Contract
[1969] Drum: What Has Drum Done?
[1968] Drum: Wildcat Strike
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1961] Early SDS National Conference Announcement
Progressive Woman / [1909/1911] Elizabeth Cady Stanton on Socialism
[1941] Equal Justice, Fall 1941
[1953] Fact Sheet in the Rosenberg Case
[1947/12] Fed Up...
[nd (probably 1948 or 1949)] Fight the Blacklist!
[1945] A Fighting Program For Labor: Jobs for All
[1911/7/1] The Findlay Call
[1970/10/15] For Immediate Release
Socialist Woman / [1907/1909] Francis Willard on Socialism
[1939/3] Fraternal Outlook March 1939
[n.d. ca. 1971] Free Angela Davis
[1972-05-06] Free Billy Smith
[n.d. probably 1919] Free Our Political Prisoners
[1973] Freedom is a Constant Struggle--Defend victims of racism and repression
[n.d. probably 1964] From Lynch Threat to Frame-Up
[1932/11] Frontiers
[1932/1] Frontiers
[1932/4] Frontiers
[1932/6] Frontiers
[1931/10] Frontiers
[1925] Gateway to Freedom
[3/1 n.d.probably 1972] General Meeting Campus Anti-Imperialist Coalition
[no year/ November (probably 1938)] the Gil Green League Building Bulletin
[ca. 1965] Grape Strike Report Number 1
[1972/4/8] Guess Who's Coming to Palo Alto?
Communist Party of the United States of America fraction at Time, Inc. / [1939-03] High Time Vol.1 No.2
[1938] I.W.O. on Parade
[1938] International Workers Order Two Forms
Rose Chernin and Nareshimah Osie, executive secretaries / [1973/11/8] Invitation letter to 23rd Testimonial Dinner of the Los Angeles Committee for the Defense of the Bill of Rights
Rose Chernin / [1970/10/20] Invitation to 20th Annual Banquet of the Los Angeles Committee for the Defense of the Bill of Rights
[1966/2/14] The Irregular N.5
[1966/6/3 ] The Irregular N.8
[1966/3/19] The Irregular N. 6
[1966/1/3] The Irregular N.3
[1980] John Zingaro ...a Consumer voice on City Council
[5/30 n.d. probably 1931] Join the Big Youth Parade May 30
[1969/9/23] Join the Conspiracy
[1928/7] The Kodak Worker, V.1, N. 6
[1928/9] The Kodak Worker, V.1, N. 8
[1929/1-2] The Kodak Worker, V.1, N.11
[1965/1/5] Laging Una, V.16, N. 1
[1971/5] Lavender Vision Lavender Vision for the Lesbian Community
[1972/9] Lavender Woman
[1939/12] LC News Letter Vol. 2, No. 12
[1940/3] LC News Letter Vol. 2, No. 3
[1940/4] LC News Letter Vol. 2, No. 4
[1940/5] LC News Letter Vol. 2, No. 5
[1940/1] LC News Letter Vol. 3, No. 1
[1940/2] LC News Letter Vol. 3, No. 2
[1940/6] LC News Letter Vol. 3, No. 6
[1935] Leaflets for Student Strike at Franklin High School
James Burnham / [n.d. ; probably 1938] Let the People Vote on War!
[1939] Letters to Anna Luczeczko, IWO member
[1940] Manifesto of the Fourth International on The Imperialist War and the Proletarian Revolution
Abe Gray Branch of the League of Struggle for Negro Rights / [1930/1933] Mass Funeral - Starved to Death
[1938] May Day 1938
Mel Fiske / [1953] McCarthyism in the Courts: the story of the Steve Nelson Frame-up
Meadville, Pa. local of the Socialist Party / [1921] Meadville, Pa. Socialist Party campaign flyer
[1943] Meet the Communists
Progressive Party / [1952] Meet Your Candidates! Progressive Party Presidential campaign flyer
Abraham Cronbach / [1952] Mercy for the Rosenbergs
Arthur Bary and Pat Bell / [1948/8/3] The Mexican People of the Southwest
[1909] Monkeys and Monkeyettes: A Reply to ex-President Roosevelt
Julian Mayfield / [1961/11] The Monroe Kidnapping
[1916/6] Mother Earth Vol XI. No. 3 June 1916
[1916/7] Mother Earth Vol XI. No. 4 July 1916
[1947] Motion Picture Workers: Keep Your Eye on the Ball The Eight Ball You Are Behind It!
[1940] "My Friends"
[1968/7/13] National Guardian
[1968/8/24] National Guardian
[1968/9/14] National Guardian
[1968/9/7] National Guardian
[1968/8/31] National Guardian
Commmunist International Labor Defense (ILD) / [1930] Negro Workers! White Workers! Organize and Fight Against Lynching!
[1955/5] The Nelson Case: State Sedition Laws are Weapons of Anti-Labor, Anti-Negro, Anti-Semitic Repression
[1953/6] New Foundations, V. VI, N. 4
[1962/6/7] The New Liberator
[1962/3/16] The New Liberator
[1981] No More Three Mile Islands U.S. Out of El Salvador
[1972] October 14 March and Rally against the War
[1911/5] Ohio Socialist Bulletin
[1969] Outcry from Occupied Berkeley
Philip Altbach / [nd, ca. 1961] The Pacifist Ethic and Humanism
[1907] Packingtown
[1970/3/28 ] Peace, Freedom, Jobs March 28
[1968] People Against Racism
[1971] People Against Rizzo
[1971/5/5] The People Will Make the Peace
[1968] The Place of American Women
Turtle Creek branch of the Socialist party / [1921] Platform and Program of the Socialist Party of Turtle Creek Borough
[1980] Platform of the Citizens/Consumer Party as adopted at the April, 1980 Convention
[n.d. ca. 1910] Price List
[1973] Printed Invitation to 23rd Testimonial Dinner of the Los Angeles Committee for the Defense of the Bill of Rights
[1931] The Program of Class Struggle Co-operation
[1952] Progressive Party Platform
Theodore Debs, American Labor Lyceum / [1906] Promotional booklet for Debs lecture tours
Esther Allen / [1925] promotional letter for the Llano Colonist
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1961] protest meeting against travel ban to Cuba
[1981/4/26] Protest Protest Protest Kirkpatrick Visit
[1960/10/15] A Public Forum for the discussion of the Socialist Workers Party program
[1909/3/20] Reception and Dance Given in Honor of the Delegates to the State Convention
[4/11 no year probably 1967] Resistance At Penn
[1948] Resistance is the Lesson: the Meaning of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
[1970/5] Return to Fort Dix May 16 -- Armed Forces Day
ARTEF / [1934] "Revolt of the Reapers" ARTEF program
[1954/6] Rights V.1 N.10
[1911] The Roman Catholic Church Answered: Attack of Roman Catholic Church on Socialism
Communist Party of Cleveland / [1933] Sales Tax is Robbery! Cleveland Communist flyer
[1952/6/13] Save Fletcher Mills
Commmunist International Labor Defense (ILD) / [1932] "Save the Nine Scottsboro Negro Boys":
Commmunist International Labor Defense (ILD) / [1939] Scottsboro Mass Meeting flyer
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1964] SDS - ERAP Student Recruitment flyer
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1962] SDS National Convention flyer
[1968/ 10/ 22] SDS Press Statement
[1968/ 10/ 22] SDS Press Statement
Michigan Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1969] SDS proposal: Hot Town: Summer in the City
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) / [1961] SDS report on SNCC activities
[1971] Send Nixon a Message Block Traffic Friday Morning
[1971] Send Nixon a Message Block Traffic Friday Morning
[1970(?)] Serve The People
[1967/5/3] The Sewer, V.1, N.1
[1969] The Sewer: The Van Nuys Underground V. IV, N, 5
[1911] Shop Talks on Economics
[1971] Sister: New Haven Women's Liberation Newsletter V.1, N.7
Social Democratic Party of America / [1900] Social Democrat Party Presidential campaign leaflet No. 2
[1972] Socialist Feminism: A Strategy for the Women's Movement
Socialist Party of the United States of America / [1936] Socialist Party platform
Socialist Party of the United States of America / [1928] Socialist Party platform
Socialist Party of the United States of America / [1908] Socialist Party Platform
Socialist Party of the United States of America / [1912] Socialist Presidential Campaign Platform
[1969] Spear, V.1, N.1
[1971] Spear: Who is James Johnson
[1971/7-8] Spectre 3
[1971/9-10] Spectre 4
[1972/1] Spectre 6
[1972/9] The Spirit of George Jackson
[1969/11] Statement: the Boston Eight
[1970/10] Statewide Action in Detroit! MARCH! OCTOBER 31
Stop the Mines, the Bombs, the War Now
[1982/3/27] Stop The U.S. War in El Salvador
[1969/10] Strike Against the War November 14th March on Washington November 15th
[n.d. probably 1971] Strike!
[1949/9] The Struggle Against White Chauvinism
[1936/2] The Student Advocate
[1936/3] The Student Advocate
[1936/5] The Student Advocate
[1936/10-11] The Student Advocate
[1962/1] Student Peace Union Bulletin
[1933/12] Student Review
[1934] Student Review
[1935/4] Student Review
[1935/10] Student Review
[1906/7] Studies in Socialism
[1904/10] Studies in Socialism: What is Yours and How to Get it
League for Industrial Democracy (LID) / [1961] Summer 1961 LID Bulletin with news about SDS
[1972/5/22] Support G.I. Resistence May 22
[1972/2/22] Support the Vets
[1934-01] Take Howard Out of the National Student Federation
[1933/11] Ten Years: History and Principles of the Left Opposition
Communist Party of the United States of America / [1936] "The People's Demands"
[1971/4/24] They've Had Enough Haven't You?
[n.d. probably 1981] This Administration Has Declared War On Americans
William A. Reuben / [1951] To Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case
[ca. 1912] To-Night Captain C.C. Ross
[1966] The Two Souls Of Socialism
Charles W Ervin and J.F. Hart / [1909/1913] "U" socialist pamphlet
[1972] U.S. Bombing Of Vietnamese Dikes Shocks The World
[1965/2] The United States' War in Vietnam
[1970/2/11] Up Against the Wall Street Journal
[1968/2/5] Vietnam Notes
Myra Tanner Weiss / [1946/2] Vigilante Terror in Fontana: The Tragic Story of O'Day H. Short and His Family
[1948/8] The Voice of Socialism: Radio Speeches by the Socialist Workers Party Candidates in the 1948 Election
[1980] Vote Consumer for a Change
[1980] Vote for a Real Alternative in 1980!
[1956] Vote for Socialism in 1956
Socialist Party of the United States of America / [1916] Walter Lanfersiek for Congress
[1972/4] The War Is On!
[1971/11] A War Ship Can Be Stopped
[1970/8/26] The Way We See It
[1905/5] Wayland's Monthly May, 1905
[1948] We propose this program of Peace and Abundance for the people of North Carolina
[n.d., probably 1967] We Refuse to Serve
IWO (International Workers Order) / [1936] We saw Spain; IWO meeting flyer
[1968/5/20] We Too Resist
Harry Carlisle, editor / [1957/4/6] We Want Drastic Revision or Outright Repeal of the Racist & Discriminatory Walter-McCarran Law By the 85th Congress!
[1956] Where Are We Now?
Martha Campion / [1934/10] Who Are the Young Pioneers
[1968/9/15] Who Makes the Violence? a forum on Police-Citizen Confrontation
J. R. Johnson / [1940] Why Negroes Should oppose the War
National election committee of the Workers(Communist) Party / [1928] William Z. Foster and Benjamin Gitlow Acceptance Speeches
[1894] Winter Evening Agitation Meetings
[1974/6-7] Winter Soldier
Betty Millard / [1948] Woman Against Myth
[1972/4/21] Women for Peace Letter April 21, 1972
Theresa Serber Malkiel / [1914?] Women of Yesterday and Today
Progressive Woman / [1909/1911] Work Among Women
[1925/12] The Workers Monthly December 1925
Twin Cities YCL / [1939] YCL Pacesetter, August 1939 newsletter of Twin Cities YCL
Tuli Kupferberg, Editor / [1963/12] Yeah A Look at the White Problem
[1952] YOU Can Stop the Korean War YOU Can Stop World War 3 With a VOTE
[n.d. probably 1971] The Young People's Socialist League
[1928] Your Unions Your Future
[1931] A Youth Fraternal Order
Michael Parker / [1961] The Youth Peace Corps and the Cold War