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H Social Sciences (Go to start of category)
HX Socialism, Communism, Utopias, Anarchism (Go to start of category)
HX89 .F6 [Info] Your Questions Answered on Politics, Peace, Economics, Anti-Semitism, Race Prejudice, Religion, Trade Unionism, Americanism, Democracy, Socialism, Communism (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1939), by William Z. Foster
HX89 .F67 1932 [Info] Foster-Ford: The Candidates of the Working Youth (New York: Youth Publishers, 1932) (multiple formats at
HX89 .G46 [Info] The Power of the People is the Force of Life: Political Statement of the George Jackson Brigade (1977), by George Jackson Brigade (HTML at Wayback Machine)
HX89 .G54 [Info] The Whole of Their Lives: Communism in America; A Personal History and Intimate Portrayal of its Leaders (New York and London: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948), by Benjamin Gitlow, contrib. by Max Eastman (page images at HathiTrust)
HX89 .G6 [Info] The Question of Unity Between the Workers Party and the Socialist Workers Party (New York: Workers Party Publications, 1947), by Albert Goldman, contrib. by Max Shachtman (multiple formats at
HX89 .H62 1961 [Info] Communist Target-- Youth: Communist Infiltration and Agitation Tactics (1961; originally released 1960), by J. Edgar Hoover, contrib. by United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
HX89 .H63 [Info] How to Think About Communism (#7 in a series; extracted from "The Whole of Their Lives"; Whitestone, NY: Graphics Group, 1949), by Benjamin Gitlow, illust. by William Sharp (multiple formats at
HX89 .I38 1935 [Info] Why a Labor Party? (ca. 1935), by Communist Party of the U.S.A. (Opposition) (multiple formats at
HX89 .I391 [Info] Where We Stand: Labor's Road Forward: The Program and Policies of the I.L.L.A. (second printing; New York: Workers Age Publishers, 1938), by Independent Labor League of America (multiple formats at
HX89 .K279 1949 [Info] Hitler Was a Liberal (New York: Constitutional Educational League, c1949), by Joseph P. Kamp (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HX89 .L46 1920 [Info] Should Communists Participate in Reactionary Trade Unions? (New York: Contemporary Pub. Assn., 1920), by Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin (page images at HathiTrust)
HX89 .L46 1921 [Info] Should Communists Participate in Reactionary Trade Unions? (New York: Workers Party of America, ca. 1921), by Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin (multiple formats at
HX89 .M33 [Info] Trotskyism and Terror: The Strategy of Revolution (second printing; Washington: ACU Education and Research Institute, 1978), by Lawrence Patton McDonald (multiple formats at
HX89 .M58 1952 [Info] To Communism Via Majority Vote (1952), by Ben Moreell
HX89 .M6 [Info] The Trotskyite 5th Column in the Labor Movement (New York: New Century Publishers, 1945), by George Morris (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HX89 .M83 1942 [Info] Defense Policy in the Minneapolis Trial (New York: Pioneer Publishers, ca. 1942), by G. Munis and James Patrick Cannon (PDF at
HX89 .N48 1920 [Info] Revolutionary Radicalism: Its History, Purpose and Tactics; With an Exposition and Discussion of the Steps Being Taken and Required to Curb It (4 volumes; Albany: J. B. Lyon and Co., 1920), by New York (State) Legislature Joint Committee Investigating Seditious Activities
HX89 .O58 1927 [Info] American Communism: A Critical Analysis of Its Origins, Development and Programs (New York: Rand Book Store, 1927), by James Oneal (page images at HathiTrust)
HX89 .P37 1937 [Info] Party Building and Political Leadership (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937), by William Z. Foster, Alex Bittelman, James W. Ford, and Charles Krumbein
HX89 .R39 1925 [Info] The Party's Work (first published 1925), by Verne L. Reynolds (PDF at
HX89 .S25 [Info] Communism in American Politics (Washington: Public Affairs Press, c1960), by David J. Saposs (page images at HathiTrust)
HX89 .S6 [Info] The American Challenge: A Social-Democratic Program for the Seventies (c1973), by Social Democrats, U.S.A. and Young People's Socialist League (multiple formats at
HX89 .S6 [Info] The Social Democratic Prospect; also, Social Democracy and America (New York: Social Democrats USA, 1976), by Sidney Hook and Social Democrats, U.S.A. (multiple formats at
HX89 .S62 1885 [Info] Platform and Constitution of the Socialistic Labor Party, Adopted at the Fifth National Convention, Held in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1885 (New York: National executive committee of the Socialistic labor party, 1886), by Socialistic Labor Party (U.S.) (multiple formats at
HX89 .S62 1887 [Info] Platform and Constitution of the Socialistic Labor Party Adopted at the 6th National Convention in Buffalo, NY, Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21, 1887 (New York Labor Library #10; New York: New York Labor News Co., c1888), by Socialistic Labor Party (U.S.) (multiple formats at

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