Jay Lovestone’s Group
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New York: Workers (Communist) Party of America, 1929. 94p., wraps slightly soiled and worn, 6x9 inches. Complete issue. Contributions include M.N. Royon the British Labor Party, William Z. Foster on the AFL, Jay Lovestone on issues in the Party discussion, Karl Reeve on DeLeonism and Communism, A.B. Richman on the.....
Chicago: The Communist, 1927. 64p., wraps worn, with remains of an old label on front wrap, paper slightly browned, three stap holes for binding in inner margin of wraps & text block. Complete issue. Partial contents: America facing Europe by Jay Lovestone, Limitations of American imperialism by Max Shachtman, Convention.....
New York: Modern Monthly, 1933. Magazine. pp. 387-448, original wraps lightly edge worn, sample stamped on front wrap else very good condition, complete issue. Rear cover notes that Modern Monthly was burned in five German cities by the Nazi book burners and promotes resistance to them. Includes Max Eastman's Artists.....
New York: Modern Monthly, 1933. Magazine. pp. 387-448, original wraps edge worn and chipped along the spine, sample stamped on front wrap else good condition, complete issue. Rear cover notes that Modern Monthly was burned in five German cities by the Nazi book burners and promotes resistance to them. Includes.....
New York: [Communist Party (Majority Group)], 1933-34. Mimeographed packets of varying length comprising the course outlines of various classes held at the Lovestonite school. Outlines present include "History of American Communism" sessions I and II, taught by Jay Lovestone; session I of "Theoretical system of Marxism" taught by Bert Wolfe;.....
New York: The Communist Party (Opposition), . 50p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed on one side only. Includes a resolution on the present situation and the tasks of the Communists, a report on the San Francisco General Strike, resolution on the changes in Comintern tactics and the tasks of the CPO.....
New York: The Independent Labor League of America, 1940. Leaflet, all text printed on one side only on pink paper, 8.5x11 inches, minor discoloration along one edge, "Lovestoneites" written in pencil in bottom margin. Chair of the meeting: Clarence Jenkins, speakers were Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Dr. Wilis N. Huggins.....
Vienna: Franz Koritschoner, 1928. Pp.876-897, self wraps, worn, chipped, and evenly browned, pencil underlining throughout, front wrap beginning to detach, a reading copy only. Special issue on the Sixth World Congress of the Communist International (Eleventh Session). Chairman for this session was Jay Lovestone.
New York: Workers Age Publishers, 1937. Pamphlet. 22p., wraps, "Trotzkyism" written - incorrectly - in pen on front wrap, minor internal creasing from printing error else very good condition, paper still white, 4.5x7 inches. A work of the "right opposition" led by Jay Lovestone, pro-POUM.
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1928. Pamphlet. 20p., wraps slightly soiled and worn, inch-long puncture/tear in front wrap, 5x7.5 inches, some creasing, title neatly trimmed in the left margin a quarter inch shorter than the text block. A reading copy only. Worker's library no. 10.
New York: Workers Party of America, May 1, 1923. Hardcover. 371p., corners bumped, spine lettering darkened, stamps of the Detroit branch of the SWP on front blank endpapers, first edition. Workers Party library, vol. 2. "A communist study of government intervention in the 1921-22 strike wave." *Seidman L289.