ETOL Writers: Hugo Oehler
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June 1930: Hugo Oehler Joins Opposition
July–September 1930: The Communists in the South (series)
September 1930: Bessemer City Strikes Again
October 1930: Wrong and Right Tactics in the Unemployment Movement
December 1930: Social Reformism in the United States
April 1931: The I.W.W. and the Unemployment Problem
May 1931: Miners’ Revolt Checked at Muste Convention
June 1931: Communism and Syndicalism in Spain
August 1931: The Double Task of the Left Opposition
August 1931: Reforms and Immediate Demands
August 1931: Social Reformism and a Labor Party
September 1931: The Thesis and the Crisis
October 1931: Stalinists Again Oust Left Opposition at Chicago Unemployment Conference
December 1931: For the 6 Hour Day – No Pay Reduction
January 1932: The Proletarian Party Opposition
January 1932: Stalin Makes Party History to Order (as E.O.)
February 1932: The Struggle of the Railroad Workers – The Recent Wage Cut
March 1932: The Communists and the Agrarian Crisis
March 1932: A Few Lessons of the Anarchist Uprisings in Spain
March 1932: Lenin and Trotsky in 1905
April 1932: Hearst’s Program and the Petty Bourgeoisie
April/May 1932: The Negro and the Class Struggle
May 1932: The Bosses’ Tax Problem and the Workers
May 1932: The S.P. “Lefts’” Program
June 1932: The Slogan of the Defense of the U.S.S.R.
July 1932: The Census Report and the Middle Class
July 1932: The Dollar versus the Pound
July 1932: A New Turn in the T.U.U.L.
August 1932: The Communist and Election Activity
August 1932: The Party and the 6-Hour Day Slogan
August 1932: The Theory of Permanent Revolution and American Imperialism
September 1932: “Farmers Holiday” in Iowa
September 1932: On the Proletarian Revolution in the United States
October 1932: Bankruptcy at 12th Plenum
October 1932: Brilliant Expelled
October 1932: A National Revolution in the South?
October 1932: The Power Trust and the Elections
November 1932: Class Against Class in the Presidential Elections
December 1932: For the 6-Hour Day, 5-Day Week!
December 1932: Hoover’s Message
December 1932: The Question of War Debts
January 1933: The Program of the U.W.P.
January 1933: Technocracy – Engineers Have New Plan to Save Bankrupt Capitalism
January 1933: Unemployed & Barter Exchange
February 1933: America and the Fascist Danger
February 1933: Give Now!
February 1933: The Threat of Imperialist War
February 1933: Wall Street’s Stake in Germany
March 1933: Bankers Utilize Situation in Order to Strengthen Hold on Whole System
April 1933: Bank Holiday Screens Advance in the Concentration of Big Capital
April 1933: Kincaid Miners Trial Starts
April 1933: New Ill. Mine Contract
April 1933: 2nd Gillespie Meeting
May 1933: Chicago Meet Unifies Jobless Movement
May 1933: Congress Sidelights
May 1933: Prospects of Development of the Progressive Miners
June 1933: Borders Loses in Split
June 1933: The Gillespie Meet – A Resolution Which Was Rejected and the Reason Why
June 1933: P.M.A. Starts National Drive; Policies Differ
June 1933: Right Wing Move to Expel Militants from P.M.A.
June 1933: Workers Must Organize Against State Capitalism
July/August 1933: Lessons of the Leninist United Front Tactic (series)
July 1933: Cleveland Conference Against the N.I.R.A.
July 1933: C.P. Holds Extraordinary Conference to Whitewash Bureaucrats’ Failure
July 1933: Is the Recovery Act a Fascist Measure?
July 1933: The N.I.R.A – Summed Up
July 1933: Stalinists in Bloc with Musteites at Columbus Meet, Retard Progress
July 1933: The Two Sides of USSR Recognition by the U.S.
August 1933: J.L. Lewis Betrays Miners at Coal Hearing
August 1933: Latest Developments in the Textile Industry
August 1933: Political Character of Strikes Under N.I.R.A.
August 1933: United States at London Confab
September 1933: The Cuban Challenge to U.S. Imperialism
September 1933: Inflation Hits the American Working Class
September 1933: U.S., Cuba and Latin America
October 1933: Nationalization and the N.R.A.
December 1933: American Imperialism at the Montivideo [sic!] Congress
December 1933: The Class Meaning of the Conflict over the Roosevelt Monetary Policy
December 1933: A New Stage in the NRA
December 1933: Wall Street Rules at Montevideo Confab
January 1934: Civil Works and the NRA
January 1934: Correction
January 1934: Labor Leaders and NRA
March 1934: Roosevelt’s ‘12 Points’ Against the Workers
February 1935: Long Waits, Small Benefits Feature of Insurance Bills
February 1935: Should Revolutionists Build a Labor Party?
1937: Barricades in Barcelona (pamphlet)
November 1939: The Ukraine Question – A Reply to Trotsky’s Polemic
Last updated: 9 February 2016