Toward a socialist America; a symposium of essays.


New York, Peace Publications, 1958.

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Subjects Socialism -- United States.
Socialism.
Socialisme -- Collections.
Socialisme -- EĢtats-Unis.
Socialismo -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
United States.
Description 223 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes Bibliogr.
Contents part 1. American workers need socialism: Why socialism? / from a statement by Albert Einstein -- Is it Utopian to advocate socialism? / Stephen Hole Fritchman -- The American family and socialism / Bertha Capen Reynolds -- The role of the artist in social change / John Howard Lawson -- Alternative approaches / John Thomas McManus -- part 2. Transition to a socially based economy: Quotations from Henry George, Carey McWilliams, and Henry Pratt Fairchild -- From Capital / by Karl Marx -- Socialism, American style / Broadus Mitchell -- Monopoly, oligarchy and socialism / Herbert Aptheker -- What is socialism? / Paul M. Sweezy -- The people and planning / Victor Perlo -- Managerial problems / Carl Dreher -- Socialism is constitutional / George Olshausen -- American socialism, world government and peace / Scott Nearing -- part 3. Wanted: an American people's party: Quotations from Eugene V. Debs, Harry Bridges, Michael J. Quill, Resolution of UAW-CIO, Local 600 -- Public power speeds the pace to social planning and ownership / Reuben W. Borough -- The Negro and socialism / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The farmer and independent political action / Homer Ayers -- The trend of American labor toward socialism / Philip S. Foner.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)288207
(OCoLC)ocm00288207
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WorldCat Identities Alfred, Helen, 1889-
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