A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United States: The Great Patriotic War, 1941-1945

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Greenwood Press, 1994 - 688 pages
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This is the seventh in an eight-volume documentary history of the Communist Party of the United States of America. This landmark collection by a noted authority on the American Left is the result of forty years of searching for pamphlets, proclamations, manifestos, party reports, and minutes of meetings in bookstores and archives all over the country. Facsimiles of the originals are presented whenever possible. Brief introductions and critical notes and explanations about the documents are provided for each of these rare and hard-to-find materials covering World War II and the fight on behalf of communism and the Soviet Union.

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Contents

TRIBUTE TO OUR HONORED DEAD
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WILLIAM Z FOSTER AND ROBERT MINOR
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ROBERT MINOR
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BERNARD K. JOHNPOLL has been a merchant seaman (1934-1943); a newspaper reporter and editor in Pittsburgh, Boston, and New York (1944-1963); and a professor of political science (1962-1981).

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