John Reed:

His Life and Work

John Reed
Born : October 20, 1887
Died : October 17, 1920

Biographical works & essays on John Reed

John Reed Entry in the Encyclopedia of Marxism

The Portland Years of John Reed & Louise Bryant

John Reed, Bolshevik Envoy to the United States — A Character Sketch by Max Eastman

John Reed Named Consul General to NY by Bolsheviki by the New York Call

John Reed and the Real Thing by Mike Gold

John Reed is Dead by Robert Minor

John Reed — Reporting on the Revolution by Judy Cox in International Socialism 1998.

Shiplacoff is Indicted with John Reed for Bronx Speech: Socialist Assemblyman Who is Candidate for Congress and Famed Writer Charged with Violation of Espionage Act — What Offending Words Were First published in the New York Tribune, Sept. 24, 1918.

A Further Reply to John Reed’s Views by H.M. 1944 from Reason in Revolt.

Letter to Letter to John Reed and Ben Gitlow in New York from Alfred Wagenknecht in Cleveland, circa mid-September 1919.

Letter from James P. Cannon in Kansas City, MO to John Reed and Ben Gitlow in New York, August 16, 1919.

Workers Cheer Cause For Which Reed Died: Thousands Gather to Hear of Deeds of Young Revolutionist Who Gave His Life That Labor Might Continue Its Onward March — Throng Suppresses Sobs. 1919, The New York Call