Series: Occasional papers - American Institute for Marxist Studies

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Marxism and modern literature by Gaylord C. LeRoyno. 5
Man and the arts; a Marxist approach by Arnold Kettleno. 8
Aims and methods of scientific research by Robert Hodesno. 9
The formation of the Workingmen's Party of the United States. Proceedingsof the Union Congress held at Philadelphia, July 19-22, 1876. by ed Philip S. Fonerno. 18
John Swinton: American Radical (1829-1901); Including the Full Text of his Interview with Karl Marx in 1880 by Sender Garlinno. 20
Trade unionism in North Carolina: The strike against Reynolds Tobacco, 1947 by Akosua Barthwellno. 21
Charles P. Steinmetz : scientist and socialist (1865-1923) : including the complete Steinmetz-Lenin correspondence by Sender Garlinno. 22
More pages from a worker's life by William Z. Fosterno. 32

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