Marxist Writers: Mary Marcy

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Mary Marcy

(1877 – 1922)


 

September 1904: Letters of a Pork Packer’s Stenographer – No. III

March 1907: William, the Faithful

January 1910: The Awakening of China

February 1910: Progress in China

February 1910: A Strike in the “Model Village”

May 1910: The Milwaukee Victory

June 1910: Economic Determinism and Sacred Cows

July 1910: Working Men and Women

1911: Shop Talks on Economics (pamphlet)

August 1911: Are You a Socialist?

September 1911: Can a Socialist Serve All the People?

October 1911: The Busy Silk Worm

November 1911: The World-Wide Revolt

August 1912: Why the Socialist Party Is Different

December 1912: Morals of Rubber

March 1913: Hard Times and How to Stop Them

April 1913: The White Flag Agreement Brigade

September 1913: The March of the Machine

November 1913: The Food Destroyers

January 1914: Competing with the Machines

February 1914: Nine Sharpshooters

April 1914: China and Standard Oil

May 1914: How the Capitalists Solve the Problem of the Unemployed

June 1914: Whose War is This?

September 1914: The Real Fatherland

October 1914: Organize with the Unemployed – A New Way to Fight

October 1914: Socialist Unpreparedness in Germany

February 1915: Better Any Kind of Action Than Inert Theory!

March 1915: The Value of Immorality

March 1915: Where We Stand on War

April 1915: Plenty of Jobs!

April 1915: We Must Fight It Out

October 1915: Stories of the Cave People (excerpt)

July 1917: The Cause of War

August 1917: Why Not Register Them All?

September 1917: A Month of Lawlessness

1919: Industrial Autocracy (pamphlet)

 

See also: International Socialist Review Archive

and: Women and Marxism – Mary Marcy


Last updated on: 11 June 2022