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[National Council of American-Soviet Friendship : pamphlets].

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Published: [Publisher varies], 1922-1979.
Topics: Communism - United States. | National Council of American-Soviet Friendship (U.S.)
Regions: United States - Foreign relations - Soviet Union. | Soviet Union - Foreign relations - United States.
Genres: Political and Social Activism Pamphlet Collection.
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Box 1: Manifesto to the workers of America (1922) -- Why every worker should join the communist party (1930?) -- American farmer / George Anstrom (1932) -- Industrial slavery, Roosevelt's "new deal" / I. Amter (1933) -- What war means to the workers / Robt W. Dunn (1934) -- Lenin, Liebknecht, Luxemburg (1934) -- 15 years of the communist party / Alex Bittelman (1934) -- Reports of the Soviet delegation to the International Geographical Congress in Warsaw 1934 -- Who are the reds / Roy Hudson (1937) -- We, the people / Joseph C. Clark (1937) -- Tell it to millions! (1938?) -- LaFollette third party: will it unite or split the progressive forces? (1938) -- This 4th of July / Rob Fowler Hall (1939) -- No gold stars for us-our boys stay home! / Ann Rivington (1940) -- Jim-crow in uniform / Claudia Jones (1940) -- 1886-1941 May Day: we shall be heard (1941?) -- Family of nation (1941) -- Study of Marxism-Leninism and the role of the party in promoting national unity (1942) -- Two questions on winning the war / Roy Hudson (1942) -- Frederick Douglass abolitionist, liberator, statesman (1943?) -- For world peace and freedom / Alexander A. Troyanovsky (1943) -- Drama in wartime Russia / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Dana (1943) -- American-Anglo-Soviet alliance (1943) -- 1944 ... year of decision! (1944?) -- Organized labor in the Soviet Union / Edwin S. Smith (1943) -- Organized labor in the Soviet Union / Edwin S. Smith (1944) -- Our plan for plenty (1945) -- It is against the law (1945) -- Socialism: what's in it for you / A.B. Magil (1946) -- Socialism: what's in it for you / A.B. Magil (1947) -- People against the trusts / Eugene Dennis (1946) -- "Foreign agent" hoax (1947).
Box 2: America and Russia / Corliss Lamont (1943) -- Is Communism un-American? 9 questions about the communist party answered / Eugene Dennis (1947) -- Third party and the 1948 elections / Eugene Dennis (1948) -- To the residents of a great city, a message! (194?) -- On the spirit of the Estonian minorities law / Karl Aun (1950?) -- You should join now, don't wait (no date) -- Lenin Liebknecht Luxemburg / Max Shachtman (no date) -- Unity! (no date) -- How to end the cold war and build the peace (1948) -- Dear unknown friend (1949) -- Soviet impressions / John A. Kingsbury (1950) -- How the Russians see the future! (1952) -- Soviet Union proposes peaceful co-existence (1955) -- Total disarmament in four years / N.S. Khrushchev (1959) -- American-Soviet facts (March, 1967).
Box 3: Socialist competition in the Soviet Union (1929) -- Tenth anniversary of American-Soviet relations: U.S.A., U.S.S.R., a selection of the leading addresses delivered at the Madison Square Garden meeting and at the opening luncheon session of the Congress of American-Soviet Friendship held in New York City November 6-8, 1943 (1943) -- Soviet Russia and the post-war world / Corliss Lamont (1943) -- Labor's stake in American-Soviet friendship: addresses / William Green, R.J. Thomas, William McFetridge, Joseph Curran and others (1943?) -- Our Soviet ally in war and peace / Hon. Joseph E. Davies (1944) -- USA USSR partners for peace (1945?) -- American policy for peace and a new world: speech of Claude Pepper of Florida in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, March 20, 1946 (1946) -- Statement on American foreign policy (1947?) -- Road to peace: an address delivered at the Chicago Civic Opera House, November 27, 1948 (1949) -- Russia with our own eyes: workers from other countries present firsthand report (1950?) -- USA-USSR cooperation and world peace (1951) -- Seeing is believing: Americans go visiting in the Soviet Union (1951) -- Thirty-five years of the Soviet state: the nineteenth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1933-1952 (1952) -- This can't go on: an address to the people of the United States / Ilya Ehrenbourg (1952) -- After work: a visit to the Stalinogorsk Palace of Culture (1953) -- We proudly present: the story of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1943-1953 (1953?) -- Selection of quotations on peaceful co-existence (1954) -- U.S.A. welcomes soviet farmers (1955) -- Total disarmament in four years / N.S. Khrushchev (1959) -- For peace for friendship: second National Convention, American-Soviet Friendship, September 7-9, 1979, Chicago, Illinois (1979).

Table of Contents for: National Council of American-Soviet Frie