ETOL Writers: George Breitman

George Breitman Internet Archive

George Breitman

(1916–1986)



Biography [biography from Trotskyana.net from their Bio-bibliographical sketches of selected Trotskyists page]


WORKS:

June 1939:

Fighting Coughlin (letter)

1940:

Defend the Negro Sailors (as Albert Parker — in PDF format from the original pamphlet)

1 February 1941:

Conscientious Objectors Cannot Stop Jim Crow (as Albert Parker)

1 February 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

8 February 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

15 February 1941:

Ford’s Anti-Union Game Is to Divide the Races (as Albert Parker)

15 February 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

22 February 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

1 March 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

8 March 1941:

Labor’s Stake in Newark Election

8 March 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

15 March 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

15 March 1941:

Newark Labor and the Tax Question

22 March 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

22 March 1941:

Newark Housing Crisis Deepened by the War

29 March 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

29 March 1941:

Many Bills Introduced Against Discrimination (as Albert Parker)

5 April 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

5 April 1941:

Newark’s Relief System Exposed

12 April 1941:

City Hall No Friend of Newark’s Negroes

12 April 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

19 April 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

19 April 1941:

Newark Negro “Leaders” Drop Colored Candidate

26 April 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

May 1941:

Dictatorship in the South (as Albert Parker)

3 May 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

10 May 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

17 May 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

24 May 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

24 May 1941:

William Pickens, NAACP Leader, Gets Federal Job (as Albert Parker)

31 May 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

June 1941:

The Negro March on Washington (as Albert Parker) (Click HERE for PDF of the original pamphlet)

7 June 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

14 June 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

21 June 1941:

Negro March on Capital Upheld Against Critics (as Albert Parker)

21 June 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

28 June 1941:

FDR Tries to Prevent Negro March on Capital (as Albert Parker)

28 June 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

12 July 1941:

Negro March Leaders Yielded to FDR (as Albert Parker)

5 July 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

12 July 1941:

After Randolph Dropped the Negro March (as Albert Parker)

12 July 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

12 July 1941:

Glenn Martin Still Says He Won’t Hire Negroes (as Albert Parker)

19 July 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

26 July 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

12 July 1941:

Our Military Policy – And the FBI’s False Version

2 August 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

2 August 1941:

The “Socialist” Warmongers

9 August 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

9 August 1941::

Red Army Morale Astonishes Its Enemies

16 August 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

23 August 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

30 August 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

6 September 1941:

John L. Lewis – His Stand on War, His Role in the Unions

6 September 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

13 September 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

20 September 1941:

Churchill and Gallacher

20 September 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

27 September 1941:

Meaning of the Moves for CIO-AFL Unification

27 September 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

27 September 1941:

Randolph Calls for a New Negro Movement (as Albert Parker)

4 October 1941:

The Negro Struggle – AFL Convention Coming (column) (as Albert Parker)

11 October 1941:

The Negro Struggle – A Little History (column) (as Albert Parker)

11 October 1941:

U.S. Aims at World Rule, Says Knox

18 October 1941:

Corrects Mistakes in Editorial on Jim Crow (letter) (as Albert Parker)

18 October 1941:

The Negro Struggle – Stalinist Propaganda (column) (as Albert Parker)

25 October 1941:

The Negro Struggle – Churchill and the Negroes (column) (as Albert Parker)

1 November 1941:

The Negro Struggle – The Elections on November 4 (column) (as Albert Parker)

8 November 1941:

The Negro Struggle (column) (as Albert Parker)

8 November 1941:

Stalin Interview Shows Real Situation in USSR

15 November 1941:

The Negro Struggle – Negroes and the Unions (column) (as Albert Parker)

15 November 1941:

Same Disastrous Policy to Be Followed – Stalin

22 November 1941:

Churchill Rejects Stalin Plea for ‘Western Front’

May 1942:

Roosevelt and the Negroes (as Albert Parker)

June 1942:

The Negro March on Washington — One Year Later (as Albert Parker; PDF of the original pamphlet)

1943:

Negros March on Washington (as Albert Parker — in PDF format from the original pamphlet)

June 1943:

The Struggle for Negro Equality (as Albert Parker, co-written with John Saunders — in PDF format from the original pamphlet)

June 1943:

The Negro in the Post-War World (as Albert Parker) Click HERE for PDF of the original pamphlet.

July 1943:

A Letter on “Male Superiority” (as Albert Parker)

October 1943:

Wartime Crimes of Big Business (To see the expanded version of this article in a pamphlet from 1960, click here)

September 1944:

The Real Situation in France (writing as Our Paris Correspondent)

4 May 1946:

U.S. Army Courts-Martial System Flayed in Sweeping Denunciation

11 May 1946:

Why the Lichfield Trials?

1 June 1946:

A Typical “Officer and Gentleman”

8 June 1946:

Doolittle Board Advocates Policy of Limited Reforms

15 June 1946:

French and Italian June Elections Record Slight Shift to Right

15 June 1946:

The Good Soldier Schweik (book review)

22 June 1946:

Doolittle Report Attacked by Caste-System Defender

29 June 1946:

New Military Code Foreshadows Revival of Purges in Red Army

November 1947:

NAACP Appeals to the UN (as Albert Parker)

31 October 1949:

Deutscher’s Biography of Stalin

7 November 1949:

Deutscher’s False Evaluation of Stalinism

May 1951:

Yugoslavia and the Shachtmanites

January 1952:

The Bomb-Murder of Harry T. Moore (To see the original 1952 pamphlet of the speech this article was taken from, click here)

November 1952:

Negro ‘Progress’ – What the Facts Show

June 1953:

Why the Soviet Bureaucracy Is in Crisis

June 1953:

How Stalinism Will Be Ended

October 1953:

To James P. Cannon (letter)

January 1954:

To Ernest Mandel (letter)

Spring 1954:

When Anti-Negro Prejudice Began (To see the expanded version of this article in a pamphlet from 1960, click here)

22 March 1954:

Is Deutscher Objective About Trotsky?

29 March 1954:

An ‘Objective’ Biographer ‘Restores ’ Leon Trotsky

5 April 1954:

A Slick Distortion about Trotsky and Lenin

12 April 1954:

Deutscher Worthless as Guide to Action

3 May 1954:

Trotsky’s Story – Tragedy or Triumph

8 May 1959:

Should Progressives Work in the Democratic Party? A Debate.

Spring 1963:

The Future of the Negro Struggle

Spring 1964:

How A Minority Can Change Society

Summer 1964:

Exchange of Views on Deutscher Biography (letter)

March 1965:

Marxism and the Negro Struggle (original PDF of the pamphlet)

Winter 1965:

Question of Alliances in Negro Freedom Struggle

October 1966:

In Defense Of Black Power

March 1967:

Introduction to Afro-American History by Malcolm X

March 1967:

Myths About Malcolm X

June 1979:

Castroism – Revolutionary or Centrist?

August 1980:

Loyalty and Party Membership (letter)

June 1981:

Why the Political Resolution Should Be Amended on the FI and Castroism

August 1981:

Breitman Minority Caucus Statement

May 1985:

Introduction to The Cannon Tradition

 



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