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Call number Item
H Social Sciences (Go to start of category)
HX Socialism, Communism, Utopias, Anarchism (Go to start of category)
HX89 .S75 [Info] National Convention of the Socialist Party, by Socialist Party (U.S.) (partial serial archives)
HX89 .S76 [Info] Congressional Platform of the Socialist Party, 1918 (Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1918), by Socialist Party (U.S.) (PDF at Wayback Machine)
HX89 .S76 [Info] A Political Guide for the Workers: Socialist Party Campaign Book 1920 (Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1920), by Socialist Party (U.S.)
HX89 .S767 1934 [Info] An Appeal to the Membership of the Socialist Party (1934), by Revolutionary Policy Committee
HX89 .S8 P4 [Info] "Underground Radicalism": An Open Letter to Eugene V. Debs and to All Honest Workers Within the Socialist Party (New York: Workers Party of America, ca. 1923), by John Pepper
HX89 .S83 [Info] Stalin's Speeches on the American Communist Party (New York: Central Committee, Communist Party, U.S.A., ca. 1929), by Joseph Stalin
HX89 .T46 1935 [Info] Debate: Which Road for American Workers, Socialist of Communist? Norman Thomas vs. Earl Browder, Madison Square Garden, New York, November 27, 1935 (New York: Socialist Call, 1936), by Norman Thomas and Earl Browder (PDF at
HX89 .U58 W6 [Info] World Wide Fascism or World Revolution? Manifesto and Program of the United Workers Party of America (1934), by United Workers Party of America (multiple formats at
HX89 .U6 [Info] Bolshevism or Communism: On the Question of a New Communist Party and the "Fourth" International (1934), by United Workers Party of America (multiple formats at
HX89 .W4 1974 [Info] Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-Imperialism (San Francisco: Communications Co., c1974), by Weather Underground Organization (multiple formats at
HX89 .W6 [Info] What is the Communist Opposition? (New York: Workers Age Pub. Assn., ca. 1933), by Bertram D. Wolfe (multiple formats at
HX89 .W62 [Info] What is the Communist Opposition? (second enlarged edition; New York: Communist Party U.S.A. (Opposition), ca. 1933), by Bertram D. Wolfe (multiple formats at
HX89 .W67 1924 [Info] The Second Year of the Workers Party of America: Report of the Central Executive Committee to the Third National Convention, Held in Chicago, Ill., Dec. 30, 31, 1923 and Jan. 1, 2, 1924, by Workers Party of America Central Executive Committee (multiple formats at
HX91 .C3 A3 [Info] Report, by Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities in California and California Senate Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities, contrib. by Jack B. Tenney (full serial archives)
HX91.C3 A5 1947 [Info] Hearings Regarding the Communist Infiltration of the Motion Picture Industry: Hearings Before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eightieth Congress, First Session (Washington: GPO, 1947), by United States House Committee on Un-American Activities (multiple formats at
HX91.T49 W43 [Info] What the People of Texas Need: The Communist Program for the Lone Star State (ca. 1946), by Communist Party of the United States of America (Tex.) (page images at Pitt)
HX92 .M55 W3 [Info] History of the Social-Democratic Party of Milwaukee, 1897-1910 (Illinois studies in the social sciences v. 28, no. 1; Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1945), by Marvin Wachman
HX92 .N5 D42 1948 [Info] Eugene Dennis Indicts the Wall Street Conspirators (New York: National Office, Communist Party, 1948), by Eugene Dennis (PDF at
HX92 .R4 S8 1943 [Info] The Socialist Movement in Reading, Pennsylvania, 1896-1936: A Study in Social Change (1943), by Henry G. Stetler (multiple formats at
HX104.7.B68 A3 1999 [Info] A Noble Cause Betrayed, But Hope Lives On: Pages from a Political Life, by John Boyd (HTML with commentary at
HX104.7 .W59 A3 2011 [Info] Champagne and Meatballs: Adventures of a Canadian Communist (c2011), by Bert Whyte, ed. by Larry Hannant (PDF with commentary at AU Press)
HX107 .S7 [Info] "Creeping Socialism" vs. Limping Capitalism (New York: Union for Democratic Socialism, ca. 1954), by Mark Starr (multiple formats at
HX110.5 .A6 W64 1928 [Info] Revolution in Latin America (New York: Workers Library Publishers, c1928), by Bertram D. Wolfe (multiple formats at
HX114 .Z7 C6 [Info] Strategy of the Communists: A Letter from the Communist International to the Mexican Communist Party (Chicago: Workers Party of America, ca. 1923), by Communist International Executive Committee, contrib. by Charles E. Ruthenberg (multiple formats at
HX128.5 U54 [Info] Intervention of International Communism in Guatemala (Washington: GPO, 1954), by United States Department of State

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