Papers, 1926-1989. 1951-1979 (bulk).
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Chairman, United States Communist Party. From the description of Papers, 1922-1961. (Washington State University). WorldCat record id: 29853708 ...
The Communist party of the United States is a left-wing Marxist party dedicated to revolutionary socialism and, until the anti-Communist Soviet revolution of 1991, to support of the Communist party of the USSR. With the establishment of the Communist International (COMINTERN) in Moscow in 1919, new Communist parties were founded in many countries including the United States. There have been many name changes and ideological shifts in the party over the years. Beginning in 1956, there was an ideo...
Elizabeth Hall was a staff member of the N.L.A. She married L. C. Key, deputy National Librarian, and from 1961 until 1967 deputy Parliamentary Librarian. From the description of Notebooks [manuscript]. 1948-1949. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225773947 ...
Known informally as the "New Mobe", the New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam was the successor to the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam. The group's primary activity was organizing and staging massive demonstrations against United States participation in the Vietnam War. During 1970, the committee was reborn as the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice. From the description of Collection, 1969-1970. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). Wo...
Arnold Samuel Johnson was a Communist Party, USA official. As a young man, Johnson was drawn to Christian Socialist philosophy, and in 1932 received a B.A. in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. In 1929 and 1930 Johnson helped to organized Sherwood Eddy's "American Seminar in Europe", first visited the Soviet Union, and in 1931 was involved in the National Miners' Union struggle in Harlan, Kentucky, where, as a representative of the American Civil Liberties Union he was arrest...
W. E. B. Dubois secured his position as one of the key voices in the argument over the role of the black man in modern America through his seemingly endless works of social activism. He was an educator (at Fisk University and Atlanta University), a founder of the Niagara Movement (which later merged into the NAACP), the long-time editor of the NAACP publication, The Crisis, a lecturer, political activist, and prolific writer. His works include: The Souls of Black Folk, Dusk of Dawn, and an Autob...
Founded in 1920 in New York City by Roger Baldwin and others; the ACLU was an outgrowth of the American Union Against Militarism's National Civil Liberties Bureau, which in 1920 changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union. From the description of Collection, 1917- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 42740878 The Southern Women's Rights Project (SWRP) located in Richmond is affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union. The project deal...
Clifford A Kiracofe, Jr, formerly a Senior Professional Staff Member of the United States Senate on Foreign Relations. Author of "Dark Crusade: Christian Zionism and US Foreign Policy" (2009), and in collaboration with Pierre de Villemarest, a history of Soviet military intelligence (1988), and a history of the STASI (1991). Currently teaching at Washington and Lee and Virginia Military Institute. From the description of Papers of the U.S. House Committee on Internal Security [manusc...
National organization established in 1946 to, among other things, "combat all forms of discrimination against ... labor, the Negro people and the Jewish people, and racial, political, religious, and national minorities." The organization folded in 1955 under pressure from the United States Attorney-General and the House Un-American Activities Committee, which accused the organization of being subversive. From the description of Civil Rights Congress records, 1946-1955. (Unknown). Wor...
African-American farmer; resident of Winnsboro (Fairfield County, S.C.) From the description of Eugene Davis papers, 1924-1926. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 33018569 ...
The Workers Alliance of America (WAA) was formed in 1935-1936 as a merger of predominantly socialist and communist-led unemployment councils, unemployment leagues and independent state organizations throughout the United States. At the head of the Workers Alliance was David Lasser, the organization's National President and Herbert Benjamin, its Secretary-Treasurer. Lasser, a registered Socialist, had graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and served as editor of Technocracy Review ...
YMCA secretary for Asia, evangelist and author. From the description of Letter of Sherwood Eddy, 1932. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 31743372 George Sherwood Eddy was born in Leavenworth, Kansas on January 19, 1871. He prepared at Phillips-Andover Academy in Massachusetts from 1887-1888 and earned a Ph.B. degree from Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University in 1891. He attended Union Theological Seminary and graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary, 1891-18...