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The American Left; radical political thought in the twentieth century.


New York, Basic Books [1971] .
ISBN 0465001440

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Subjects Linksradikalismus.
Radicalism -- United States.
Radicalism.
Radicalisme -- EĢtats-Unis.
USA.
United States.
Description xxi, 522 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I: The class struggle -- 1. What means this strike / Daniel De Leon -- Part II: Revolutionary unionism -- 2. Proceedings of the first convention of the industrial works of the world -- 3. Testimony of Vincent St. John -- Part III: Sexual oppression -- 4. Marriage and love / Emma Goldman -- Part IV: The emerging Soviets -- 5. Thoughts about Russia -- 6. Socialist labor party, 1917-1919 / Arnold Peterson -- 7. Ten days that shook the world / John Reed -- Part V: Debs -- 8. Arouse, ye slaves! / Eugene V. Debs -- 9. Danger ahead / Eugene V. Debs -- 10. Sound socialist tactics / Eugene V. Debs -- 11. The Canton, Ohio speech / Eugene V. Debs -- Part VI: The war to make the world safe for capitalism -- 12. Refuse to kill or be killed / Anonymous anarchists -- 13. War proclamation and program adopted at national convention, socialist party, St. Louis, MO., April 1917 / Socialist party -- 14. Manifesto of the socialist party adopted at the National Emergency Convention, Chicago, September 1919 / Socialist party -- 15. Right of a duly elected representative to a seat in congress, September 15, 1919 / Victor L. Berger
Part VII: The communist party -- 16. Problems of American socialism / Manifesto and program of the left wing of the American socialist movement -- 17. The Communist party manifesto and program -- 18. Interrogation of Dr. Maximilian Cohen / Joint legislative committee of the state of New York -- Part VIII: Strike -- 19. Hillquit vs. Gompers Commission on industrial relations -- 20. The great steel strike and its lessons / William Z. Foster -- 21. Palm Sunday in the coal fields / Michael Gold -- 22. The grand offensive against the workers / Jay Lovestone -- Part IX: The literary class struggle -- 23. Wilder: prophet of the genteel Christ / Michael Gold -- 24 Discussion and proceedings of the American writers' congress / Henry Hart -- 25. Proletarian literature in the United States / Joseph Freeman -- 26. A note on literary criticism / James T. Farrell -- 27. Editorial statement partisan review -- Part X: Depression -- 28. Backward march: the liberal command / V. F. Calverton -- 29. Rumblings in the colleges / Richard Dichter -- 30. Roosevelt / David P. Berenberg -- 31. The upsurge of the mass struggles and the work of the Communist party / Earl Browder -- 32. Middle class and the workers / Lewis Corey -- 33. Is the new deal socialism? / Norman Thomas
Part XI: The black beginning -- 34. Socialist of the path / W. E. B. Du Bois -- 35. Editorial the crisis -- 36. Marxism and the negro problem / W. E. B. Du Bois -- 37. Bright and morning star / Richard Wright -- 38. The Marxist-Leninist position on the negro question / James W. Ford -- Part XII: International politics and World War II -- 39. What will I do when America goes to war? A symposium in modern monthly -- 40. Democracy or fascism / Earl Browder -- 41. Spain's "red" foreign legion / Louis Fischer -- 42. Balance sheet of the war / Max Shachtman -- Part XIII: The Cold War -- 43. An open letter to the U.S. Senate the daily worker -- 44. Marxists and academic freedom / Doxey A. Wilkerson -- 45. America, the country and the myth / Irving Howe -- Part XIV: The Black Liberation Front -- 46. Autobiography / Malcolm X -- 47. What is SNCC? / SNCC staff memorandum -- 48. The basis of black power / SNCC staff working paper -- 49. Die nigger die! / H. Rap Brown -- 50. What we want now! What we believe / The Black Panther Party -- 51. Shoot-out in Oakland / Eldridge Cleaver -- Part XV: The new left -- 52. Port Huron statement, introduction / Tom Hayden Et Al. -- 53. On the uses of participatory democracy / Richard Flacks -- 54. Take a step into America / Join Organizers -- 55. Socialism and the new left / Martin J. Sklar and James Weinstein -- 56. In white America / Gregory Calvert -- 57. The revolted / Carl Oglesby -- Park XVI: In the university -- 58. Black students union demands and explanations / San Francisco State Strike Committee -- Part XVII: Radical women -- 60. The look is you: toward a strategy for radical women / Naomi Jaffe and Bernadine Dohrn -- 61. Bread and roses / Kathy McAfee and Myrna Wood -- 62. The politics of housework / Pat Mainardi -- 63. The myth of the vaginal orgasm / Anne P. Koedt -- 64. Goodbye to all that / Robin Morgan.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)207097
(OCoLC)ocm00207097
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WorldCat Identities Baritz, Loren, 1928-
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