MIA: History: USA: Communist Parties: C.P.U.S.A.
Communist Party of the USA
and Workers Party of America
Trade Union Educational League:
Four letters of the Socialist Party's Left Wing on the eve of the split which formed the Communist Party:
Letter by John Reed and Ben Gitlow to the Labor Committee of the National Conference of the Left Wing Section of the Socialist Party, August 13, 1919
Reply by James P.Cannon to Reed and Gitlow, October 15th 1922
Reply by Stankowitz to Reed and Gitlow, August 19, 1919
Reply by L.E. Katterfeld to Reed, August 19, 1919
Workers (Communist) Party of America Statement on the Labor Party, October 15th 1922
Report on International Labor Defense activities, Martin Abern, July 1928
On the Textile Situation, Arne Swabeck, July 1928
Report on the Mining Situation, Arne Swabeck, August 1928
Attack on the National Miners’ Union Convention, Martin Abern, September 1928
Subject Archives on US Marxism
Olgin, Moissaye 1878-1939
John Keracher 1880-1958
William Z. Foster 1881-1961
Louise Bryant 1885-1936
John Reed 1887-1920
James P. Cannon 1890-1974
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1890-1964
Jay Lovestone 1898-
US Government Policy
Workers World 1919, Kansas City, MO
The Communist 1919 – 1922 The name for at least 6 peridocals representing the different and competing factions inside the early Communist Party.
The Worker (1919 – 1920) Boston publication of New England communists.
The Toiler (1918 – 1920) Cleveland, OH. Covering the mid-west section of the CP
The Ohio Socialist (1918 – 1920). Similar to The Toiler list above it also represented the Left-Wing Socialists in Ohio transitioning into the Communist Party
The Daily Worker (1924 – 1956). The longest running publication of the Communist Party with the same name.
Southern Worker (1930 – 1937) Chattanooga, TN/Birmingham, AL
Western Worker (1932 – 1937)
The Little Red Library Collection. Collection of pamphlets issues by the Communist Party or organizations that it controlled during the 1920s.
Trade Union Unity League
Trade Unity Educational League
International Labor Defense
The complete set of anti-Trotskyist pamplets issued by the CPUSA and WPA from the mid-1930s through the 1930s
See also The Daily Worker link above for more pamplets and documents.
Opposition Communist Periodicals
Various factions of the communist movement were organized and expelled from the CPUSA during the consolidation of Stalin’s rule in the USSR. These Oppositions were organized in support of various oppositions in the U.S.S.R itself, namely Leon Trotsky and Nikoli Bukharin. Here are are links to three of them:
The Militant (1928 – 1966) Representing the Communist League of America and supporters of the International Left Opposition founded by Leon Trotsky
The Revolutionary Age (1929-1932) Representing the Communist Party (Opposition), supporters of the International Communist Opposition (or Right Opposition) founded by N. Bukharin.
Workers Age the continuation of The Revolutionary Age under a different name.