Some plain words on Communist unity. Benjamin Gitlow.

Some plain words on Communist unity

New York: Workers Age Publishing Ass'n, [1932]. Pamphlet. 18p., wraps stained and torn along the spine else very good condition, 4.5x7.5 inches. First published in Workers Age newspaper.

"A discussion of recent efforts to achieve unity in the communist movement, with reproductions of letters sent by the Lovestone group to the political committee of the Party. Objections to these letters by the Party are answered. The author criticizes the leadership of the Communist International and of the CPUSA for their refusal to discuss the issues, as for their growing sectarianism. The Lovestone group, he asserts, will rejoin if guaranteed Party democracy." *Seidman G143.

Cat.No: 192638

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