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Call number Item
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HX Socialism, Communism, Utopias, Anarchism (Go to start of category)
HX40 .U64 [Info] Communist Propaganda: A Fact Book, 1957-1958 (reprint, 1959), by United States Information Agency (page images at HathiTrust)
HX40 .W17 [Info] The Socialism of To-Day: A Source-Book of the Present Position and Recent Development of the Socialist and Labor Parties in All Countries (New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1916), ed. by William English Walling, James Graham Phelps Stokes, Jessie Wallace Hughan, and Harry W. Laidler (multiple formats at
HX40 .W3 [Info] The Socialists and the War: A Documentary Statement of the Position of the Socialists of All Countries, With Special Reference to Their Peace Policy (New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1915), ed. by William English Walling (multiple formats at
HX40 .W51 [Info] What It Means to Be a Communist (New York: New Century Publisher, 1951), by Henry Winston
HX44 .B87 1949 [Info] Chinese Lessons for American Marxists (ca. 1949), by Earl Browder (multiple formats at
HX44 .B87 1994 [Info] The Future of Socialism (San Jose, CA: San Francisco Bay Area Local, Social Democrats USA, 1994), by James T. Burnett (multiple formats at
HX44 .C32 [Info] Socialism and Democracy (first published 1957), by James Patrick Cannon (HTML at
HX44 .C644 1990 [Info] Communism: The Ideology Fades, the Threat Remains (1990), by Americanism Educational League (multiple formats at
HX44 .C7 [Info] Communism: Threat to Freedom (New York: Paulist Press, c1962), by John F. Cronin (PDF with rotated pages at
HX44 .C7 [Info] Communism: Threat to Freedom (Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, c1962), by John F. Cronin (PDF at
HX44 .J4 [Info] The Communist Nucleus: What It Is; How It Works (Workers Library #7; New York: Workers Library Publishers, c1928), by M. Jenks (page images at HathiTrust)
HX44 .K36 1956 [Info] Behind the Plot to Sovietize the South (New York: Headlines and What's Behind Them, c1956), by Joseph P. Kamp (Javascript-dependent page images at USM)
HX44 .R76 [Info] Communism and Your Child (second printing; New York: The Bookmailer, 1963), by Herbert Romerstein (page images at HathiTrust)
HX44 .S76 [Info] There are Traitors to Socialism in Our Midst (1969), by George Spiro (multiple formats at
HX44 .T4 [Info] To Meet the Communist Challenge: Addresses Delivered by Edward Teller and Charles Malik at the 1960 Founders Day Ceremonies, St. Louis University (1960), by Edward Teller and Charles Habib Malik (multiple formats at
HX44 .U62 [Info] Communist Propaganda Around the World: Apparatus and Activities in 1961 (1962), by United States Information Agency. Research and Reference Service, ed. by Murray G. Lawson (page images at HathiTrust)
HX44.5 .B68 2009 [Info] The Charmed Circle of Ideology: A Critique of Laclau and Mouffe, Butler and Žižek (c2008), by Geoff Boucher (PDF with commentary at
HX51 .A1 S63 [Info] The Social Crusader (1898-1901) (partial serial archives)
HX51 .B2 1884 [Info] Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True System of Human Society (1854), by Adin Ballou (multiple formats at
HX51 .B430 1890 [Info] What is Christian Socialism? (Boston: Society of Christian Socialists, 1890), by William Dwight Porter Bliss (multiple formats at Google; US access only)
HX56 .S37 [Info] You Can Trust the Communists (to be Communists) (c1960), by Fred Schwarz (HTML at
HX56 .S37 1961 [Info] You Can Trust the Communists (to do Exactly As They Say!) (11th printing; Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1961), by Fred Schwarz (page images at HathiTrust)
HX56 .U48 [Info] Facts on Communism (2 volumes, 1959-1960), by United States House Committee on Un-American Activities
HX56 .W377 [Info] Natural Dialectics of Proletarian Internationals and Parties; and New Communist Manifesto (New York: Workers' Educational Institute, 1926), by Harry Waton (page images at HathiTrust)
HX59 .G4 [Info] The Red Dawn: The Bolsheviki and the I.W.W. (Chicago: I. W. W. Publishing Bureau, ca. 1918), by Harrison George (multiple formats at

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