MIA: History: USA: Publications
Little Red Library
Pamphlets scanned by Marty Goodman of the Riazanov Library Project. Markup by D. Walters from the Holt Labor Library.
The Little Red Library is a pamphlet collection published by the Communist Party USA in the 1920s.
1 Trade Unions in America by Wm Z. Foster, Jas. P. Cannon, Earl R. Browder
2 Class Struggle vs. Class Collaboration by Earl Browder
3 Principles of Communism by Fredrick Engles - Translated by Earl R. Browder
4 Worker Correspondents by Wm. F. Dunne [mis-spelled as "Correspondence" in some listings on other Little Red Library pamphlet covers]
5 Poems for Workers edited by Manuel Gomez
6 Marx and Engles on Revlution in America by Heinz Neuman
7 The Damned Agitator and Other Stories Three short fictional stories by Michael Gold. Copy of the text version of this pamplet
8 The Paris Commune by Max Shachtman
9 How Class Collaboration Works by Bertram D. Wolfe
10 Constitution of the U.S.S.R. Rights of Trade Unions by V. Yarotsky Social Insurance in the U.S.S.R. by N. Yerovsky [This is one of two of the series that has a black and white cover] [The others have red ink on the covers]
11 ‘Jim’ Connolly and Irish Freedom by G. Schuller [This is one of two of the series that has a black and white cover] [The others have red ink on the covers]