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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 archive.org)
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 archive.org)
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 archive.org)
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 archive.org)
HX44 .C32 [Info] Socialism and Democracy (first published 1957), by James Patrick Cannon (HTML at marxists.org)
HX44 .C644 1990 [Info] Communism: The Ideology Fades, the Threat Remains (1990), by Americanism Educational League (multiple formats at archive.org)
HX44 .C7 [Info] Communism: Threat to Freedom (New York: Paulist Press, c1962), by John F. Cronin (PDF with rotated pages at archive.org)
HX44 .C7 [Info] Communism: Threat to Freedom (Washington: National Catholic Welfare Conference, c1962), by John F. Cronin (PDF at flvc.org)
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 archive.org)
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 archive.org)
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 re-press.org)
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 archive.org)
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 schwarzreport.org)
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 archive.org)

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