Communists -- Michigan
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Filed under: Boyd, JohnFiled under: Whyte, BertFiled under: Fučík, Julius, 1903-1943Filed under: Bunting, Sidney Percival, 1873-1936Filed under: Communists -- United States
Filed under: African American communists
- Emma Goldman: Biographical Sketch (New York: Libertarian Book Club, 1960), by Charles Allan Madison
Filed under: African American communists -- Southern StatesFiled under: Foster, William Z., 1881-1961Filed under: Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940Filed under: Wofsy, LeonFiled under: Jewish communists
Filed under: Jewish communists -- Political activity -- United States
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Filed under: Michigan -- Antiquities
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- For a Revolutionary Position on the Negro Question (third printing, 1959), by Harry Haywood (HTML at marxists.org)
- "My Friends": A Fireside Chat on the War (written under "Native Son" pseudonym; New York: Workers Party, 1940), by C. L. R. James
- Party Building and Political Leadership (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937), by William Z. Foster, Alex Bittelman, James W. Ford, and Charles Krumbein
- Are These Cats Red? The Black Panthers, by Kent Courtney (PDF page images at MSU)
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