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THE ALECK G. KRINGLOCK PAMPHLET COLLECTION

Collection Dates: [1885] to [1961]
11 linear ft.

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Posted to Internet:June 2000
Addendum: December 2003, 2004

 

Acquisition Note: The collection was donated to the University of Iowa Libraries in 1962 by Aleck G. Kringlock. The Hugh Hardyman letters were a gift of Julie Farias in 2003. The 2004 addendum, also having to do with Hugh Hardyman, is the gift of Arthur Cobery.

 

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Scope and Contents

The Aleck G. Kringlock Pamphlet Collection contains published pamphlets on farms, labor, economics, and politics. The collection is itemized and organized alphabetically. It also contains two folders of Articles of incorporation, constitutions and by-laws of various farm-related organizations, and a small amount of correspondence.

Box List

 

Box 1

THE ABC's OF THE FARMERS UNION. Denver: National Farmers Union Education Service, 1944. 8pp.

ABUNDANCE FOR ALL: A PROGRAM FOR PLENTY-PROGRESS-PEACE. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: American Foundation For Abundance, 1939. 102pp.

ABUNDANCE, FREEDOM, PEACE OR SCARCITY, WANT, WORLD WAR III? Denver: National Union Farmer, 1944. 21pp.

Adamson, Martha, and Moore, Raymond I. TECHNOCRACY: SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED. New York: Technocracy Incorporated, 1934. 38pp.

Alanne, V.S. FUNDAMENTALS OF CONSUMER COOPERATION. Superior, Wisconsin: Co-operative Publishing Association, 1941. 107pp.

ALBUM OF OUR PRESIDENTS. Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, 1937. unpaged.

Alexander, Henry. COMMON FAULTS IN WRITING ENGLISH. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 96pp.

Allen, Harland. CO-OPS BIDDING FOR SIGNIFICANT POST-WAR ROLE. New York: The Cooperative League of the U.S.A., 1945. 10pp.

Allen, James S. THE CRISIS IN INDIA. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1942. 31pp

Allen, James S. WHO OWNS AMERICA? New York: New Century Publishers, June 1946. 47pp.

Altgeld, John P. HOW TO BE AN ORATOR. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 53pp.

AMERICAN DEMOCRACY VS. THE SPANISH HIERARCHY. New York: Spanish Information Bureau, 1937. 47pp.

American Federation of Labor. COMMITTEE REPORT ON CO-OPERATION. New York: Cooperative League of America, 1920. 2pp.

AMERICAN WORKERS UNION: WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT STANDS FOR. St. Louis, MO: National Executive Committee of the American Workers Union, n.d. 18pp.

AMERICA'S "THOUGHT POLICE." New York: Civil Rights Congress, 1947. 46pp.

Ameringer, Oscar. THE FIVE-WEEK PLAN. (Reprinted from The American Guardian, Oklahoma City.) 12pp.

Ameringer, Oscar. SOCIALISM: WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO GET IT. Chicago: The Socialist Party, 1930. 32pp.

Amlin, Charles. AMERICANISM: SOME AMMUNITION FOR USE OF THE TRUE AMERICAN PATRIOT. Los Angeles: Charles Amlin, December 1938. 16pp.

Angell, Norman. WHY FREEDOM MATTERS. Chicago: William Bross Lloyd, n.d. 62pp.

Angoff, Charles. THE REAL AIMS OF CATHOLICISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1928. 32pp.

ANOTHER WAR COMING! New York: Communist Party of the United States, n.d. 31pp.

THE APPEAL ALMANAC AND ARSENAL OF FACTS -- 1919. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, 1917. 352pp.

Balabanoff, Angelica. TO THE VICTIMS OF FASCISM. n.p:, n.pub., no date

Baldwin, John Henry. HOW TO WIN THE MASSES: THE PROBLEM OF MASS SUPPORT. New York: Non-Partisan Institute of Socialistic Research, November 1944. 16pp.

Baldwin, Roger N. THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE STATE: THE PROBLEM AS PRESENTED BY THE SENTENCING OF ROGER N. BALDWIN -- 1918. New York: Graphic Press. 16pp.

Bang, Gustav. CRISES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY. New York: New York Labor New Company, 1916. 50pp.

Bardi, Gino. ARE WE ARYANS? New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, May 1939. 39pp.

Barnes, Harry Elmer. DEBUNKING THE MYTH OF CALVIN COOLIDGE. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Barnes, Harry Elmer. HISTORY: TRUTH OR PROPAGANDA? Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1929. 32pp.

Bartholome, The Most Reverend Peter W. THE LAND AND THE SPIRIT. Des Moines: The National Catholic Rural Life Conference, 1946. 8pp.

Bateman, Margaret E. WHOSE WORLD. New York: World Ideas, 1944. 25pp.

Bath, Cyril J. EUROPE IN THE MODERN AGE. New York: Commission to Study the Organization of Peace: Research Affiliate of the American Association for the United Nations, Incorporated, May 1948. 23pp.

Baxter, William J. LOWER PRICES COMING! New York: International Economic Research Bureau, 1950. 90pp.

Baxter, William J. WAGES ARE GOING LOWER! New York: International Economic Research Bureau, 1951, 86pp.

Bellamy, Edward. PARABLE OF THE WATER TANK. Chicago: Socialist Party, no date. 6pp.

Bellamy, Edward. PLUTOCRACY AND COOPERATION. New York: Common Sense, Incorporated, 1936. 11pp.

Benedict, Dr. Murray R. FARM PEOPLE AND THE LAND AFTER THE WAR. Washington, DC: National Planning Association, November 1943. 26pp.

Benedict, Ruth, and Weltfish, Gene. THE RACES OF MANKIND. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1943. 31pp.

Benson, C.O., and Smith, Dr. C.L. BENEFICIAL EXERCISES FOR HEART DISTURBANCES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1930. 30pp.

Bentley, R.C., and Robotka, Frank. FARM COOPERATIVES IN IOWA. I- THEIR IMPORTANCE. (Reprint from Iowa Farm Economist, July 1939.) 4pp.

Beran, Don L. NEIGHBORS BUILD AMERICA, n.p.: Co-op Press, n.d. 20pp.

Berger, Mrs. Victor. I SAW RUSSIA. SOCIALISM IN THE MAKING. New York: American Friends of the Soviet Union, n.d. 23pp.

Berti, Giuseppe. A. NEW ITALY ARISES! New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1943. 30pp.

Biederman, C.E. FOR PEACE, FREEDOM, ABUNDANCE, ELECT CE BIEDERMAN. PROGRAM FOR PROGRESSIVE PARTY CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF IOWA. Des Moines: Progressive Party of Iowa, n.d. 4pp.

THE BIG PLOT. PROOF OF THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT'S PLAN TO JAIL 21,105 AMERICANS. New York: National Non-partisan Committee, n.d. 10pp.

Birkhead, L.M. PRESIDENT HOOVER AND QUAKERISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 32pp.

Blaine, Anita; Cassels, Edwin H.; Embree, Edwin R.; Waymack, W.W.; Wright, Quincy. THE WORLD AT THE CROSSROADS. Chicago: World Citizens Association, 1946. 160pp.

Blanshard, Paul. FORCES MAKING FOR SOCIALISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Blanshard, Paul. THE GREAT LAND RACKET. (Republished from The New Freeman by the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, New York, n.d.) 1p.

Bogardus, Emory S. THE CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVE AS A COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL FORCE. (Reprint from The Journal of Educational Sociology, April, 1943) 9pp.

Bonow, Mauritz. SWEDEN: ITS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LIFE. n.p.: Le Comité Officiel pour la Participation de la Suède à l'Exposition Internationale de Paris en 1937, no date. 70pp.

Bowen, E.R. AMERICA'S ANSWER -- CONSUMERS' COOPERATION. A CHALLENGE AND A CALL TO ACTION! Superior, Wisconsin: Central Cooperative Wholesale, n.d. 16pp.

Bowen, ER COOPERATION BETWEEN PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS. Contains: Lincoln, M. D. PRODUCER-CONSUMER RELATIONS. Chicago and New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 16pp.

Bowen, ER A COOPERATIVE ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY. Chicago and New York: The Cooperative league, n.d. 14pp.

Bowen, ER FACTS ABOUT INFLATION AND DEFLATION, FOR STUDY AND ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 19pp.

Bowen, ER FACTS ABOUT WAR DEBTS AND TAXES. FOR STUDY AND ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 14pp.

Bowen, ER MONEY, GOODS AND PRICES -- OUR PRIMARY ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AND THEIR MAJOR SOLUTIONS. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 21pp.


Box 2

Brandais, Louis D. OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. Washington: National Home Library Foundation, 1933. 152pp.

Brewer, George D. "THE FIGHTING EDITOR" or "WARREN AND THE APPEAL." Girard, Kansas: George D. Brewer, 1910. 134pp.

Brewer, George D. THE RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 32pp.

Brody, Alter. BEHIND THE POLISH-SOVIET BREAK. New York: Soviet Russia Today, n.d. 24pp.

Browder, Earl. AMERICA'S DECISIVE BATTLE. New York: New Century Publishers, Inc., March, 1945. 31pp,

Browder, Earl. APPEAL OF EARL BROWDER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE C.P.U.S.A. Yonkers, NY: n.p., 1946. 4pp.

Browder, Earl. THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE USA New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, n.d. 47pp.

Browder, Earl. EARL BROWDER ON THE SOVIET UNION. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, February, 1942. 47pp.

Browder, Earl. THE ECONOMICS OF COMMUNISM. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated,1939. 23pp.

Browder, Earl. MAKE 1943 THE DECISIVE YEAR. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, October, 1943. 15pp.

Browder, Earl. THE ROAD TO VICTORY. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, September 1941. 46pp.

Browder, Earl. SOCIALISM, WAR, AND AMERICA. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, November 1939. 15pp.

Browder, Earl. STOP THE WAR. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, November 1939. 15pp.

Browder, Earl. VICTORY -- AND AFTER. New York: International Publishers, 1942. 128pp.

Browder, Earl. WHAT IS COMMUNISM? New York: Worker's Library Publishers, 1936. 191pp.

Brown, Harry Gunnison. THE CHALLENGE OF AUSTRALIAN TAX POLICY. (Reprinted from The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, n.d.) 29pp.

Brown, Harry Gunnison. SOME DISTURBING INHIBITIONS AND FALLACIES IN CURRENT ACADEMIC ECONOMICS. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1950. 89pp.

Bryan, William Jennings. THE PRINCE OF PEACE. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, n.d. 64pp.

Buck, Pearl S. FREEDOM FOR ALL. NOVEMBER 14, 194l. New York: The Post War World Council. (Reprinted from The New York Times, November 15, 1941) 23pp.

Budgen, F.S., And Cotton, L. CRAFT UNIONISM VS. INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1934. 32pp.

THE BURDEN OF CREDIT. n.p.: Cooperative Publishing Association, n.d. 4pp.

THE C.C.F. AND SOCIAL OWNERSHIP. Saskatchewan: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, n.d. 4pp.

THE C.C.F. AND SOCIAL SERVICES. Regina, Saskatchewan: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, n.d. 4pp.

C.C.F. PROGRAM FOR SASKATCHEWAN. Regina, Saskatchewan: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, n.d. 12pp.

THE C.I.O.: THE ROAD TO FASCISM. Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 4pp.

Cacchione, Peter V. WALL STREET ON THE WARPATH. New York: New Century Publishers, 1947. 23pp.

THE CALL. Oklahoma City: Jack Bays, n.d. 32pp.

Calvert, Bruce. WHEN THE WHISTLE BLEW. (Reprinted from The Home Co-operator.) New York: The Cooperative League of USA, 1923. 10pp.

Cameron, Donald A. CHEMICAL WARFARE. New York: International Pamphlets, 1930. 31pp.

Cameron, J.M. LABOR POEMS. Los Angeles: Thor's Book Service, 1944. Unpaged

Campbell, Wallace J. CONSUMER COOPERATIVES IN AMERICA. HERE IS TOMORROW. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 32pp.

THE CANADIAN COOPERATOR Volume 19, no. 1. Brantford, Canada: The Cooperative Union of Canada, January 1928. 16pp.

Carboni, Archbishop. THE CHRISTIAN LAND POLICY. Des Moines: National Catholic Rural Life Conference, February 1956. 8pp.

Carder, James L. METHODS OF WITNESSING TO ROMAN CATHOLICS. Chicago: The Fundamental Press, 1944. 45pp.

Carskadon, T.R. 59 CENTS OF YOUR $l -- THE COST OF DISTRIBUTION. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 30pp.

THE CASE AGAINST THE LITTLE WHITE SLAVER. Detroit: Henry Ford, 1914. 76pp.

CATHOLIC BISHOPS' OATH TO THE POPE. New York: The Converted Catholic Magazine, n.d. 4pp.

Charles, C. YOUR STANDARD OF LIVING -- WHAT'S HAPPENING TO IT? New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1943. 30pp.

Chase, Stuart. ARE RADICALS CRAZY? New York: The League for Industrial Democracy, 1926. 12pp.

Chase, Stuart. THE CHALLENGE OF WASTE. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1925, 28pp.

Chase, Stuart. "PERSPECTIVES": WHAT KIND OF WAR? IS THE NEW DEAL LOST? New York: The Post War World Council, n.d. 18pp.

Chase, Stuart. THE STORY OF TOAD LANE. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 13pp.

Claessens, August, and Jarvis, Rebecca. ABC OF PARLIAMENTARY LAW: A BRIEF HANDBOOK ON RULES OF ORDER FOR MEETINGS ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OF LABOR GPOUPS. New York: International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1936. 33pp.

Claessens, August, and Jarvis, Rebecca. EUGENE VICTOR DEBS -- A TRIBUTE. New York: Rand School Press, 1946. 20pp.

Claessens, August, and Jarvis, Rebecca. IS SOCIALISM INEVITABLE? Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1922. 40pp.

Claessens, August, and Jarvis, Rebecca. WHAT ORGANIZED LABOR WANTS. New York: Rand School Press, 1937. 19pp.

Clapp, Gordon R. TVA AND ITS CRITICS. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1955. 15pp.

Clark, Rosamond H. WHY A CHRISTIAN SHOULD BE A SOCIALIST. (From The Call, official organ of the Socialist Party, USA; New York, n.d.) 8pp.

Clark, Sam H., and Campbell, Wallace. THE FEDERAL RESERVE MONSTER. Detroit: Modern Publishing Company, July 1923. 100pp.

Coady, M.M. COOPERATION AND RELIGION. New York: The Cooperative League of the U. S.A., n.d. 10pp.

Coe, Charles J. FARMERS IN 1944. New York: Farm Research, Incorporated, n.d. 55pp.


Box 3

Coe, Charles J. THE POULTRY CRISIS AND VERTICAL INTEGRATION. New York: Farm Research, Incorporated, June 30, 1957. 24pp.

Coggins, Herbert. CHOOSING A REASON FOR WAR. San Francisco: The Rightside Press, 1941. 22pp.

COINAGE ACT OF 1932. Flint, Michigan: American Monetary Reform Association, n.d. 8pp.

Coldwell, M.J. CANADIAN PROGRESSIVES ON THE MARCH. THE STORY OF THE RISE OF THE C.C.F. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1944. 32pp.

Coleman, McAlister. PIONEERS OF SOCIALISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

THE COLLEGE STUDENT AS A REBEL. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1927. Unpaged

COMMON SENSE OR THE CLOT ON THE BRAIN OF THE BODY POLITIC. Monte Ne, Arkansas: Mundus Publishing Company, 1927. 4th edition. 35pp.

THE COMMUNIST ELECTION PLATFORM 1936. New York: National Campaign Committee of the Communist Party, 1936. 14pp.

Communist Party. 1948 ELECTION PLATFORM OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY. New York: Communist Party, USA, 1948. 14pp.

Conklin, Russel. TAXATION AS A FACTOR IN PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT. (Reprinted from The American City, January 1956.) Unpaged

CONSCRIPTION AND LIBERTY. New York: Committee Against Extension of Conscription, n.d. 24pp.

CONSCRIPTION AND THE "CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR." Washington and New York: The Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism, July 1917. 15pp.

CONSCRIPTION AND THE "CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR" TO WAR. New York: The American Union Against Militarism, May 1917. 13pp.

CONSTITUTION (FUNDAMENTAL LAW) OF THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS. Ogiz: State Publishing House of Political Literature, 1938. Unpaged

CONSTITUTION: WORLD'S FIRST SOCIALIST REPUBLIC. Chicago: Socialist party, n.d. 32pp.

A CONSUMER COOPERATIVE SYSTEM OF FINANCE. FOR STUDY AND ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 15pp.

Consumers Cooperative Association. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT -- ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 8-9, 1942. North Kansas City, Missouri: Consumers Cooperative Association. 51pp.

CO-OP ACORNS. North Kansas City, Missouri: Consumers Cooperative Association, 1944. 3pp.

COOPERATION: A WAY OUT. New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 4pp.

COOPERATION AND PEACE OR COMPETITION AND WAR? Washington, D.C.: World Events, n.d. 6pp.

COOPERATIVE BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS. New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 4pp.

COOPERATIVE CENTENNIAL, 1844-1944. (Pictorial Magazine Section of The Cooperative Century), n.p.: National Cooperatives, Incorporated, and The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 8pp.

COOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH FEDERATION PROGRAMME. Regina, Saskatchewan.: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, July 1933. 8pp.

THE COOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH OF AMERICA HANDBOOK. Holyoke, Colorado: F.N. Sprague, 1941. 48pp.

COOPERATIVE DISCUSSION CIRCLES. A GUIDE BOOK IN THE ORGANIZATION AND LEADERSHIP OF DISCUSSION GROUPS. Columbus, Ohio: Education Department, Ohio Farm Bureau, 1941. 24pp.

THE COOPERATIVE LEAGUE YEARBOOK 1930. New York: The Cooperative League, 1930. 352pp.

COOPERATIVE SWEDEN. Stockholm, Sweden: Nordisk Rotogravyr, 1937. Unpaged

COOPERATIVE YOUTH SONGS. Superior, Wisconsin: Cooperative Youth League, 1931. 64pp.

Cooperatives in Postwar Reconstruction. FREE WORLD. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, Volume III, No. 4, September 1942. Unpaged

COOPERATIVES IN SOUTH DAKOTA. Brookings, South Dakota: South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, n.d. 30pp.

Corey, Lewis. LET'S KEEP THE TOOLS OF PLENTY. BIG BUSINESS MUST NOT GET GOVERNMENT WAR PLANTS. New York: Post War World Council, n.d. 18pp.

THE COST OF CRIME AND CREDIT. New York: The Cooperative League of America, n.d. 1p.

Coughlin, Charles E. MONEY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Royal Oak, Michigan: National Union for Social Justice, 1936. 188pp.

Cowden, Howard A. BUILDING A BETTER TOMORROW. North Kansas City, Missouri: Consumers Cooperative Association, n.d. 17pp.

Cowden, Howard A. A TRIP TO COOPERATIVE EUROPE. North Kansas City, Missouri: Consumers Cooperative Association, n.d. 32pp.

Cowling, Reverend Ellis. CHRISTIANS AND THE COOPERATIVES. Chicago: Central States Cooperative League. 1936. 8pp.

Cowling, Reverend Ellis. A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO CONSUMERS COOPERATION. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, 1943. 32pp.

Coxey, General. THE MONEY QUESTION. Washington, DC: G.P.O., 1931. 8pp.

Crawford, Nelson Antrim; Russell, Bertrand; McCabe, Joseph; and others. A BOOK OF AMERICAN SHAMS. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1926. 64pp.

Croll, Thomas C. IT'S TIME TO DIG IN. (An address by Thos. C. Croll presented at the North Dakota Farmers Union Convention) Bismarck, North Dakota: n.pub., November 3, 1944. 14pp.

Cromwell, Niram A. THE BELLAMY PLAN: CIVILIZED LIVING FOR AMERICA. El Monte, California: Foundation for Human Advancement, n.d. 28pp.

Culbertson, Ely. SUMMARY OF THE WORLD FEDERATION PLAN. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1943. 66pp.

Cushman, Robert E. SAFEGUARDING OUR CIVIL LIBERTIES. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1941. 29pp.

Cushman, Robert E. THE SUPREME COURT AND THE CONSTITUTION. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 48pp.

Daniel, T. Cushing. THE BETRAYAL OF THE PEOPLE IN THE ALDRICH-WILSON FEDERAL RESERVE ACT AND RURAL CREDITS ACT. Washington: The Monetary Educational Bureau, 1916. 78pp.

Darrow, Clarence S. CRIME AND CRIMINALS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1919. 32pp.

Darrow, Clarence S. THE WAR IN EUROPE. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 31pp.

Davies, Joseph E. THE AMERICAN-ANGLO-SOVIET ALLIANCE. DOCUMENTS AND COMMENTS. New York: The American Council on Soviet Relations, n.d. 32pp.

Davies, Joseph E. OUR DEBT TO OUR SOVIET ALLY. New York: Soviet Russia Today, n.d. l5pp.

Davis, Jerome. TOWARDS WORLD PEACE. THE REPORT OF AN INDEPENDENT PEACE MISSION TO EUROPE, June 30 -- September 7, 1949. n.p.: n.pub. 28pp.

Davis, Michael M. NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1956. 19pp.


Box 4

Deak, Zoltan. HUNGARY'S FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY. New York: New Century Publishers, August 1947. 32pp.

DEAR MR. CONGRESSMAN:. Denver: Department of Education, National Farmers Union, n.d. 8pp.

DEBATE ON SOCIALISM. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, 1921. 91pp.

DEBATE ON VEGETARIANISM. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason. n.d. 63pp.

Debs, Eugene. CANTON SPEECH. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, n.d. 32pp.

DeFord, Miriam Allen. THE FACTS ABOUT FASCISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1911. 61pp.

DeFord, Miriam Allen. HOW TO WRITE FOR THE LABOR PRESS. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1941. 24pp.

DeFord, Miriam Allen. LEWIS HENRY MORGAN'S ANCIENT SOCIETY. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1944. 64pp.

De Kruif, Paul. TOWARD A HEALTHY AMERICA. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1939. 30pp.

De Leon, Daniel. THE BURNING QUESTION OF TRADES UNIONISM. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1904. 62pp.

De Leon, Daniel. CAPITALISM VS, SOCIALISM. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1938. 40pp.

De Leon, Daniel. THE SOCIALIZATION OF MONEY. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, n.d. 41pp.

A DEMAND ON THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. Flint, Michigan: American Monetary Reform Association, 1931. 8pp.

Dennis, Eugene. AMERICA AT THE CROSSROADS. POSTWAR PROBLEMS AND COMMUNIST POLICY. New York: New Century Publishers, December 1945. 48pp.

Dennis, Eugene. "DANGEROUS THOUGHTS." THE CASE OF THE INDICTED TWELVE. New York: New Century Publishers, October 1948. 15pp.

Dennis, Eugene. EUGENE DENNIS INDICTS THE WALL STREET CONSPIRATORS. New York: National Office, Communist Party, August 1948. 15pp.

Dennis, Eugene. "I CHALLENGE THE UN-AMERICANS." New York: Communist Party USA, 1947. 16pp.

Dennis, Eugene. THE RED-BAITERS MENACE AMERICA. New York: New Century Publishers, 1946. 11pp.

DEPRESSIONS: HOW WE GET IN. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM: A SPECIAL PRIVILEGE. Flint, Michigan: American Monetary Reform Association, 1931. 40pp.

Deutsch, Julius. THE CIVIL WAR IN AUSTRIA. Chicago: The Socialist Party, 1934. 78pp.

DICTATORSHIP IN INDUSTRY: A SOCIALIST DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES. n.p.: Socialist Labor Party, n.d. 4pp.

Dietrich, John H. THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT AND INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY. Minneapolis: The Publication Committee, 1920. 15pp.

Dietrich, John H. MODERN SWEDEN - LAND OF SANITY. Minneapolis: The First Unitarian Society, 1936. Pages 161--176. (The Humanist Pulpit, Series XVII, No. 11.)

Dimitroff, Georgi. THE WAR AND THE WORKING CLASS. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1939. 23pp.

DIVIDE AND CONQUER: WHAT HITLER WANTS YOU TO THINK. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 23pp.

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CONSUMERS' COOPERATION IN EUROPE TO-DAY? New York: The Cooperative League of America, September 1919. 1p.

DO YOU WANT A FARM FOR YOUR FAMILY WITH MORE SECURITY, DECENT LIVING, PARITY OF INCOME, LOWER COSTS, FULL RETURNS, CHANCE FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS, BETTER COMMUNITY, HOPEFUL FUTURE? Denver: National Farmers Union Education Service, n.d. 4pp.

Dornblaser, O.F. THE ONLY WAY FOR FARMERS: THE FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA. Columbus Junction, Iowa: Iowa Union Farmer, n.d. 48pp.

Douglas, F.C.R. KARL MARX'S THEORIES OF SURPLUS VALUE AND LAND RENT. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 13pp.

Douglas, Paul. COOPERATION: A MIDDLE WAY FOR AMERICA? New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 16pp.

Douglas, Paul H. WHY A POLITICAL REALIGNMENT? New York: League for Independent Political Action, 1930. 22pp.

Douglas, T.C. "TOWARD A UNITED CANADA": RADIO ADDRESS BY HON. T.C. DOUGLAS, PREMIER OF SASKATCHEWAN. Ottawa, Canada: C.C.F. National Office, 1944. 8pp.

Douglas, T.C. WHERE'S THE MONEY COMING FROM? Regina, Saskatchewan: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, n.d. 4pp.

Douthit, Davis. TAXES AND CO-OPS. Chicago: National Association of Cooperatives, n.d. 20pp.

DOWN ON THE FARM: THE PLIGHT OF AGRICULTURAL LABOR. New York: League for Industrial Democracy and National Sharecroppers Fund, 1955. 14pp.

Dreiser, Theodore. HOW THE GREAT CORPORATIONS RULE THE UNITED STATES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 62pp.

Duffy, Reverend Clarence E. PEACE ON EARTH. Detroit: American Rally, 1952. 26pp.

Dunn, Arthur. ARITHMETIC OR REVOLUTION. New York: Guild of American Economists, Incorporated, 1943. 103pp.

Dunn, Oscar. RUMBLINGS AND ROUGHAGE. Lawton, Oklahoma: n.pub., n.d. 16pp.

Dunn, Robert W and Wallace, George. LIFE AND LABOR IN THE SOVIET UNION. New York: International Publishers, Incorporated, 1937. 46pp.

Edelman, Irwin. THE MYTH OF THE IRON CURTAIN. Los Angeles: Irwin Edelman, n.d. 30 pp.

THE EDISON INTERVIEW ON THE MONEY QUESTION. (From New York Times, December 6, 1921). THE FORD INTERVIEW ON MUSCLE SHOALS. (From various newspapers). 14pp.

Edwards, Ellen and Plauche, Jacqueline. ALL JOIN HANDS. FIRST STEPS FOR RECREATION LEADERS. n.p.: Eastern Cooperative League, April 1940. 34pp

Edwards, Gladys Talbott. COOPERATION: WHAT TS IT? Jamestown, North Dakota: Farmers Union Cooperative Educational Service, 1938. 24pp.

Edwards, Gladys Talbott. THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT -- YOURS AND MINE: A RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT AND A PROPHECY FOR THE FUTURE. Jamestown, North Dakota: Farmers Union Cooperative Education Service, 1939. 56pp.

Edwards, Gladys Talbott. THE FARMERS UNION CREED. St. Paul, Minnesota: Farmers Union Live Stock Commission Company, n.d. Unpaged

Edwards, Gladys Talbott. THE FARMERS UNION TRIANGLE. Jamestown, North Dakota: Farmers Union Education Service, 1941. 164pp.

Efries, Joseph. AN OUTLINE OF MARXISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1943. 62pp.

Egley, Chas. D. WILL YOU DO YOUR PART? Minnesota: Northern States Cooperative League, n.d. 22pp.

Ehrlich, Heinrich. THE STRUGGLE FOR REVOLUTIONARY SOCIALISM. New York: The Bund Club, 1934. 62pp.

Eisler, Gerhart. MY SIDE OF THE STORY. New York: Civil Rights Congress, 1947. 22pp.

Ellis, Havelock. EUGENICS MADE PLAIN. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, n.d. 64pp.

Elsworth, R.H. THE STORY OF FARMERS COOPERATIVES. Washington, DC: Farm Credit Administration, n.d. 28pp.

Emanuel, Victor. AN INDUSTRIAL LEADER VIEWS THE ATTACK ON COOPERATIVES. St. Paul, Minnesota: Farmers Union Central Exchange, n.d. 8pp.

Emmerich, Herbert. HOW CONSUMERS COOPERATE FOR CREDIT. Washington: U.S. Printing Office, 1938. Unpaged

Engels, Frederick. ON HISTORICAL MATERIALISM. New York: International Publishers, 1940. 32pp.

Engels, Frederick. SOCIALISM: UTOPIAN AND SCIENTIFIC. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1918. 139pp.

Ercoli, M. INSIDE ITALY. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1942. 31pp.

Erickson, Morris. MANKIND: YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW. Jamestown, North Dakota: Farmers Union Cooperative Education Service, 1938. 91pp.

Ervin, Charles W. U. n.p.: Socialist Party . n.d. Unpaged

EVERY WORKER A VOTER. 1. REGISTRATION. New York: CIO Political Action Committee, n.d. Unpaged

EVERY WORKER A VOTER. 2. ORGANIZING YOUR COMMUNITY. New York: CIO Political Action Committee, n.d. Unpaged

"EVOLUTION OF HUMAN SERVICE." GOVERNMENT CIRCULATING NOTES. Vineland, New Jersey: Bureau of Money Reform Literature, 1927. 4pp.


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FACTORY WORKERS, CO-OPERATE! New York: The Cooperative League of America, n.d. 1p.

FACTS KEPT FROM THE FARMER: GENERAL HANDBOOK ON THE NATIONAL NONPARTISAN LEAGUE. n.p.: n.pub., 1919. 74pp.

A FAMILY OF NATIONS. THE SOVIET UNION. New York: Nationalities Division of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Incorporated, n.d. 32pp.

FARMER - LABOR: TEAMWORK. New York: United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, n.d. 39pp.

FARMS AND CONSUMER COOPERATION. Stockholm, Sweden: Kooperativa Förbundet, 1938. 16pp.

FARMERS EQUITY UNION. n.p., August 1, 1943. 4pp.

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS: COOPERATIVE THRIFT AND CREDIT. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 6pp.

FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS: COOPERATIVE THRIFT AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936. 8pp.

Fey, Harold. COOPERATIVES AND PEACE. New York: The Cooperative League of The USA, n.d. 12pp.

Field, Frederick V. CHINA'S GREATEST CRISIS. New York: New Century Publishers, 1945. 32pp.

Fielding, William J. PSYCHO-ANALYSIS: THE KEY TO HUMAN BEHAVIOR. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1921. 105pp.

Fields, J. BEHIND THE WAR HEADLINES. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, n.d. 16pp.

Fillebrown, C.B. A SINGLE TAX HANDBOOK. Boston: CB Fillebrown, 1912. 170pp.

Fisher, Mark. EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company Cooperative, n.d. 61pp.

Flamm, Irving H. THE USA AND U.S.S.R. AND MUST GET ALONG. (Reprinted from "Soviet Russia Today.") Washington: Elsie S. Pratt, n.d. 4pp.

FOR A BETTER POSTWAR AGRICULTURE. Washington, DC: National Planning Association, May 1942. 47pp.

FOR A SOCIALIST AMERICA. 1936 NATIONAL PLATFORM SOCIALIST PARTY. Chicago: The Socialist Party. 6pp.

FORTY YEARS OF ROOSEVELT n.p.: T.W. Hughes, 1944. 46pp.

Foster, William Trufant. DOCTORS, DOLLARS, AND DISEASE. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 30pp.

Foster, William Z. COMMUNISM VS. FASCISM. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1941. 31pp.

Foster, William Z. THE MEANING OF THE NINE-PARTY COMMUNIST CONFERENCE. New York: New Century Publishers, 1947. 23pp.

Foster, William Z. THE MENACE OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM. Includes: Dennis, Eugene. AMERICA NEEDS THE COMMUNIST PARTY. New York: New Century Publishers, October 1945. 30pp.

Foster, William Z. THE NEW EUROPE. New York: International Publishers, 1947. 128pp.

Foster, William Z. QUARANTINE THE WAR MONGERS. New York: New Century Publishers, 1947. 15pp.

Foster, William Z. THE RANKIN WITCH HUNT. New York: New Century Publishers, December 1945. 15pp.

Foster, William Z. REACTION BEATS ITS WAR DRUMS. New York: New Century Publishers, 1946. 15pp.

Foster, William Z. SOCIALISM: THE ROAD TO PEACE, PROSPERITY AND FREEDOM. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, March 1941. 47pp.

Foster, William Z. THE TRADE UNIONS AND THE WAR. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1942. 46pp.

Foster, William Z. WORLD CAPITALISM AND WORLD SOCIALISM. New York: Workers Literary Publishers, Incorporated, March 1941. 31pp.

Foulke, Roy A. A STUDY OF THE CONCEPT OF NATIONAL INCOME. n.p.: Dun & Bradstreet, Incorporated, 1952. 79pp.

Fowler, Bertram B. THE MASSES GO INTO BIG BUSINESS. (Reprinted from the April 1936 issue of Scribner's Magazine). unpaged.

FraenkeI, Osmond K. THE SUPREME COURT AND CIVIL LIBERTIES. HOW FAR HAS THE COURT PROTECTED THE BILL OF RIGHTS? New York: American Civil Liberties Union, December 1937. Unpaged

Franklin, Moses. STOLEN JOBS AND THE THIEF. Pueblo, Colorado: Moses Franklin, 1915. 16pp.

Frederick, J. George. THE SCANDAL OF AMERICAN BANKING. Girard, Kansas : Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Freeman, James Morton. NO FRIEND OF LABOR. New York: The Fulfillment Press, 1948. 32pp.

G.T.A. DIGEST, FEBRUARY 1945. St. Paul, Minn.: Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association, February 1945. 44pp.

Gaer, Joseph. BRETTON WOODS IS NO MYSTERY. New York: CIO Political Action Committee, n.d. 19pp.

Gallacher, William, M.P. And Bowder, Earl. ANTI-SEMITISM: WHAT IT MEANS AND HOW TO COMBAT IT. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1943. 35pp.

Garlin, Sender. ENEMIES OF THE PEACE. PROFILE OF THE 'HATE-RUSSIA' GANG. New York: New Century Publishers, 1945. 48pp.

Garlin, Sender. IS DEWEY THE MAN? New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1944. 32pp.

Gates, Albert. INCENTIVE PAY -- THE SPEED-UP NEW STYLE. New York: Workers Party, n.d. 30pp.

GATEWAY TO FREEDOM. Newllano, Louisiana: The Llano Publications, n.d. 39pp.

Gayer, Arthur D. and Rostow, W.W. HOW MONEY WORKS. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 30pp.

Gebert, Boleslaw. NEW POLAND. New York: Polonia Society of the International Workers Order, 1945. 32pp.

THE GENERAL STRIKE FOR INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World, January 1933. 48pp.

George, Henry. CAUSES OF BUSINESS DEPRESSION. (A contribution to Once a Week). New York: The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, March 6, 1894. 7pp.

George, Henry. JUSTICE THE OBJECT -- TAXATION THE MEANS. ADDRESS FEBRUARY 4, 1890. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1890. 23pp.

George, Henry. THE LAND FOR THE PEOPLE. New York: The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, July 11, 1889. 11pp.

George, Henry. "THOU SHALT NOT STEAL." New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, May 8, 1887. 18pp.

George, Henry. WHY THE LANDOWNER CANNOT SHIFT THE TAX ON LAND VALUES. New York: The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, n.d. 9pp.

GIBBON ON CHRISTIANITY. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 96pp.

Gilbert, Mort, and E.A. INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE: A SNARE FOR WORKERS. New York: Progressive People's Publishers, 1936. 23pp.


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Gilbert, Mort, and E.A. LIFE INSURANCE: INVESTING IN DISASTER. New York: Modern Age Books, 1938. 210pp.

GOD'S PLAN. East Rutherford, New Jersey: Dawn Bible Students Association, n.d. 47pp.

Goldberg, Isaac. PRESIDENT HARDING'S ILLEGITIMATE DAUGHTER. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1929. 64pp.

Goldman, Eric F. BOOKS THAT CHANGED AMERICA. (Excerpt from The Saturday Review), July 4, 1953. 1p.

GOVERNMENT OR BANKS? WHICH SHOULD CONTROL THE PEOPLE'S MONEY? Vineland, New Jersey: Bureau of Money Reform Literature, n.d. 8pp.

Grabill, E.W. FREE ENTERPRISE OR SOCIALISM. Los Angeles: The Free Enterprise Publications, n.d. 66pp.

THE GRANGE AND THE COMMUNITY. n.p.: n.pub., 1925. Unpaged

THE GRANGE IN LEGISLATION. n.p.: n. pub, n.d. Unpaged

THE GRANGE OF TODAY. n.p.: n.p., n.d. Unpaged

Grattan, C. Hartley. HOW AMERICA WAS FORCED INTO THE WORLD WAR. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Grimley, O. B. CONSUMERS' COOPERATION IN NORWAY. Oslo: Haakon Arnesens Boktrykkeri, n.d. 31pp.

Groves, Harold M. CONSUMER COOPERATION IN WISCONSIN. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 19pp.

THE GUERNSEY MARKET HOUSE. DEMONSTRATING AN HONEST MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE AND ITS USE. Lititz, Pennsylvania: John G. Zook, 1922. 16pp.

Gunn, John W. WAS PRESIDENT HARDING MURDERED? Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. HERBERT HOOVER -- THE FATUOUS FAILURE IN THE WHITE HOUSE. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 32pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. HERBERT HOOVER'S RECORD BEFORE HE BECAME PRESIDENT. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 64pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. HOOVER'S RECORD AS PRESIDENT. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 64pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. HOW TO STRENGTHEN MIND AND MEMORY. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 64pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. KKK THE KREED OF THE KLANSMEN. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 61pp.

Haldeman-Julius, E. THE SERIOUS LESSON IN PRESIDENT HARDING'S CASE OF GONORRHEA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Hale, Francis John, M.D. HEALTH SUPREME. Dayton, Ohio: National Life Extension Bureau, 1929. 116pp.

Hall, Sam B. THE TRUTH ABOUT THE FARM BUREAU. Denver: Golden Press, 1953. 32pp.

Halonen, George. WHY COOPERATION? New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1928. 32pp.

Ham, Arthur H. THE CREDIT UNION AND THE COOPERATIVE STORE. New York: Division of Remedial Loans, Russell Sage Foundation, n.d. 8pp.

Hansen, Merle. FACTS FOR ORGANIZATION -- BACKGROUND MATERIAL. Des Moines: Iowa Farmers Union, n.d. 14pp.

Hanson, Eric. "IF WE ARE TO SURVIVE" AND "WE WHO ARE ABOUT TO LIVE" (Reprinted from The Western Socialist). n.p.: Workers Socialist Party of the United States, n.d. 22pp.

Harding, T. Swann. THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC LIES OF OUR CIVILIZATION. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 32pp.

Harding, T. Swann. VARIOUS TYPES OF VENEREAL DISEASES AND THEIR TREATMENT, Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Hardyman, Hugh. THE YEARS OF SHAME. La Crescenta, California: Hugh Hardyman, April 1951. 4pp.

Hardyman, Hugh. WHERE ARE WE GOING? La Crescenta, California: Hugh Hardyman, 1951. 4pp.

Hartmann, George W., and Payne, Roger. SOCIALISM VERSUS COMMUNISM. New York: Three Arrows Press, 1953. 45pp.

Harvey, W.H. THE BOOK. Rogers, Arkansas: The Munders Publishing Company, 1930. 224pp.

Harvey, W.H. PAUL'S SCHOOL OF STATESMANSHIP. Chicago: Mundus Publishing Company, 1924. 166pp.


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Hass, Eric. INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY. (Arm & Hammer Pamphlets). New York: Socialist Labor Party, 1935. 31pp.

HAVE YOU A SON? DO YOU KNOW HOW THESE BILLS WOULD AFFECT HIS FUTURE? MAY WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THEM? Washington: American Union Against Militarism, n.d. Unpaged

Hawkins, Willard E. CASTAWAYS OF PLENTY, A PARABLE OF OUR TIMES. Denver: The World Press, Incorporated, 1944. 48pp.

Hedberg, Anders. SWEDISH CONSUMERS IN COOPERATION. Stockholm, Sweden: Kooperativa förbundet, 1937. 96pp.

Heilig, Bruno. WHY THE GERMAN REPUBLIC FELL. Includes: Dove, Patrick Edward. THE FOUNDATION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, n.d. 28pp.

Heller, A.A. 1/6 OF THE WORLD. New York: American Friends of the Soviet Union, n.d. 31pp.

Henderson, Fred. THE ABC OF SOCIALISM. Reading, Pennsylvania: Socialist Party, n.d. 16pp.

Hillquit, Morris. THE PRACTICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF SOCIALISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Hillquit, Morris. PRESENT-DAY SOCIALISM. New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1920. 84pp.

Hirsch, Max. SOCIALISM, THE SLAVE STATE. New York: Henry George School of Social Science, n.d. 29pp.

Hitchcock, Charles C. THE SOCIALIST ARGUMENT. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 174pp.

Hoan, Daniel W. THE FAILURE OF REGULATION. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1914. 98pp.

Hoffman, CB THE MONEY QUESTION. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, n.d. 62pp.

HOW ARE CO-OPS ORGANIZED FOR NATIONWIDE ACTION? FOR STUDY AND ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 6pp.

HOW DOES A CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVE DIFFER FROM A COMMERCIAL BUSINESS? New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 4pp.

HOW DOES A CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVE DIFFER FROM AN ORDINARY BUSINESS? New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 4pp.

HOW ST. F.X. UNIVERSITY EDUCATES FOR ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 57pp.

HOW SWEDISH COOPERATIVES BREAK MONOPOLIES, New York: Cooperative League, n.d. 15pp.

HOW TAXES EAT UP FARM PROFITS. Chicago: The Farmers' Federal Tax League, n.d. 8pp.

HOW THE ENGLISH PEOPLE BECAME LANDLESS AND HOW TO REGAIN THE LAND. London: The Henry George Foundation, n.d, 16pp.

HOW TO KEEP INFORMED. Washington, DC: World Events, n.d. 2pp.

HOW TO ORGANIZE MASS MEETINGS. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, August 1939. 48pp.

HOW TO START AND RUN A COOPERATIVE STORE ON THE ROCHDALE PLAN. New York: The Cooperative League of America, 1920. 30pp.

Howard, Eugene L. AMERICA TOMORROW, Muskegon, Michigan: Eugene L. Howard, 1946. 128pp.

Howard, Eugene L. THE EVER-FULL TREASURY. Muskegon, Michigan: E.L. Howard, 1950. 40pp.

Howard, Harry Paxton. THE FUTURE OF THE FAR EAST. (Reprinted from International Postwar Problems, Volume I, No. 4, September 1944). New York: Postwar World Council. 27pp.

Huberman, Leo. THE LABOR SPY RACKET. New York: Modern Age Books, Incorporated, 1937. 163pp.

Huberman, Leo. MAN'S WORLDLY GOODS. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1936. 319pp.

Hudson, Roy C. COMMUNISTS AND THE TRADE UNIONS. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated. October 1943. 23pp.

Hudson, Roy C. TRENDS IN THE LABOR MOVEMENT. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 22pp.

Hulst, Cornelia Steketee. A TRULY NATIONAL MONEY SYSTEM. Chicago: Public Ownership League of America, 1923. 29pp.

HUMAN BROTHERHOOD: A RELIGION OF LIFE MORE ABUNDANT FOR ALL MEN HERE AND NOW. Portland, Oregon: The Church of the More Abundant Life, 1943. 12pp.

Hutchins, Grace. CHILDREN UNDER CAPITALISM. New York: International Pamphlets, 1933. 23pp.

Hutchins, Grace. JAPAN'S DRIVE FOR CONQUEST. New York: International Pamphlets, 1935. 31pp.

Hutchison, Keith. COOP INTERNATIONAL. The Nation, February 5, 1941. 4pp.

Hyre, French M. CO-OPS IN AGRICULTURE. Washington: Farm Credit Administration, 1939. 22pp.


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THE I.W.W. A PLAIN STATEMENT OF ITS STRUCTURE AND PRINCIPLES. Chicago: Chicago Industrial Workers of the World, 1934. 40pp.

AN IDEA WORTH HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS. Washington, DC: American Federation of Labor, 1937. 27pp.

THE IMPORTANT FACT ABOUT A COOPERATIVE. North Kansas City, Missouri: Consumers Cooperative Association, n.d. 6pp.

INFLATION: WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT? THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE PRICE CONTROL. New York: Appeal Printing, Company, n.d. 16pp.

INSURE PEACE AT HOME AND ABROAD. New York: American League for Peace and Democracy, December 1937. 3pp.

INTERNATIONAL CARTELS AND WORLD PEACE. New York: Post War World Council, 1944. 28pp.

INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER. 76th CONGRESS; 3d SESSION. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1941. 222pp.

IS LABOR A COMMODITY? n.p.: Socialist Labor Party of America, December 1920. 4pp.

IS SOCIALISM UN-AMERICAN? n.p.: Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 2pp.

Ise, John. OUR VANISHING OIL RESOURCES. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1929. 20pp.

IT CAN BE DONE. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 45pp.

Jackson, Hampden J. HOW FINLAND SOLVED THE FARM TENANCY PROBLEM. New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 15pp.

JAPANESE IMPERIALISM EXPOSED. THE SECRET TANAKA DOCUMENT. New York: International Publishers, 1942. 47pp.

JOBS FOR ALL AFTER THE WAR. New York: National Political Action Committee, CIO, n.d. 23pp.

Johnson, Hewlett. I APPEAL. 17 Bishop's Bridge Road, W.2.: Britain-China Friendship Association, n.d. 16pp.

Johnson, Hewlett. THE SECRET OF SOVIET STRENGTH. New York: International Publishers, 1943. 160pp.

Johnson, Hewlett. THE SOVIET POWER. New York: International Publishers, 1940. 346pp.

Johnson, James Wood. THE COMING GENERATION IN EUROPE. New York: Post War World Council, 1943. 16pp.

Johnson, Olive M. THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1924. 40pp.

Johnston, Winifred. VISUAL "EDUCATION": THE SERIOUS STUDENT'S GUIDE TO SOCIAL MISINFORMATION. Norman, Oklahoma: Cooperative Books, 1942. 55pp.

Jones, H.H. LIFE AND LIBERTY. Topeka, Kansas: F.E. Anderson Printing Company, 1933. 70pp.

Jordan Frank R. A FARMER'S CRITICISM OF CAPITALISM. Daytona Beach, Florida: Frank R. Jordan, 1930. 32pp.

JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS, SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION, NATIONAL GRANGE. WASHINGTON, DC, 1928. Springfield, Massachusetts: The National Grange Monthly, n.d. 190pp.


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Kahn, Albert E. AGENTS OF PEACE. n.p.: The Hour Publishers, n.d. 16pp.

Kahn, Albert E. THE GAME OF DEATH. New York: Cameron & Kahn, 1953. 246pp.

Kahn, Albert E. HIGH TREASON. THE PLOT AGAINST THE PEOPLE. New York: Lear Publishers, l950. 348pp.

Kahn, Arthur D. BETRAYAL: OUR OCCUPATION OF GERMANY. Brooklyn, New York: Beacon Service Company, 1950. 224pp.

Kahn, Dorothea. CO-OPS TURN THE CENTURY. (The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine Section). Boston: The Christian Science Publishing Society, December 18, 1943. 1p.

Kallen, Dr. Horace M. CONSUMER COOPERATION AND THE FREEDOM OF MAN. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 16pp.

Kallen, H.M. PHILOSOPHICAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF CONSUMER COOPERATION. (Reprinted from The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Philadelphia, May 1937). 8pp.

Kantorovitch. Haim. PROBLEMS OF REVOLUTIONARY SOCIALISM. New York: American Socialist Monthly, n.d. 34pp.

Kautsky, Karl. THE CLASS STRUGGLE (ERFURT PROGRAM). Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, Publishers, 1910. 217pp.

Kelber, Harry. RECESSIONS AND HOW TO PREVENT THEM. Brooklyn, New York: Straight Talk Pamphlets, December 1958. 38pp.

Kellett, E.A. LIKE SHACKLES: A STUDY OF ECONOMIC CONDITIONS -- CAUSE, REMEDY, ORGANIZATION PLAN. Minneapolis: E.A. Kellett, 1931. 67pp.

Kempton, Murray. SOCIALISM NOW! DEMOCRACY'S ONLY DEFENSE. New York: Young People's Socialist League, n.d. 22pp.

Keracher, John. ECONOMICS FOR BEGINNERS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1935. 40pp.

Keracher, John. PRODUCERS AND PARASITES. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 31pp.

Keracher, John. PROLETARIAN LESSONS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 62pp.

Kay, Ellen. EVOLUTION OF LOVE. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 60pp.

King, Judson. POWER RECORDS OF HOOVER AND ROOSEVELT. Washington: National Popular Government League, 1932. 22pp.

King, Sterling P. HANDS UP! SAYS BIG INDUSTRY AND BIG FINANCE; "WE WANT YOUR EARNINGS." Detroit: Modern Publishing Company, n.d. 4pp.

Kingsbury, John A. HEALTH IN HANDCUFFS. New York: Modern Age Books, Incorporated, 1939. 199pp.


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Kirkpatrick, George R. IS PLENTY TOO MUCH FOR THE COMMON PEOPLE? San Gabriel, California: Florence H. Kirkpatrick, 1939. 299pp.

Klem, Margaret C. PREPAYMENT MEDICAL CARE ORGANIZATIONS. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1945. 148pp.

Knight, Harold V. THE CONSUMER AWAKENS. Jamestown, North Dakota: Farmers Union Cooperative Education Service, 1939. 128pp.

Knight, Harold V. THE FARMERS UNION HIGHROAD: THE COOPERATIVE WAY. Denver: National Farmers Union Education Service, 1944. 47pp.

Knight, Harold. WHAT IS THIS FARMERS UNION? Denver: National Farmers Union, n.d. 8pp.

Knopf, Adolphus. ASPECTS OF BIRTH CONTROL. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1916. 57pp.

Konkel, S.M. WHY THE HARD TIMES? AND THE WAY OUT. Springfield, Colorado: S.M. Konkel, 1931. 33pp.

Kournakoff, Sergei. WHAT RUSSIA DID FOR VICTORY. New York: New Century Publishers, 1945. 62pp.

Kramer, Dale. TRUTH ABOUT THE FARM BUREAU. Minneapolis: Farmers Book Store, n.d. 32pp.

Kravif, Hy. TEL AND TEL. THE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH WORKERS. New York: International Pamphlets, 1935. 31pp.

Kropotkin, Peter. EXPROPRIATION. London: Freedom, n.d. 39pp.

Kuczynski, J., and Witt, M. THE ECONOMICS OF BARBARISM. HITLER'S NEW ECONOMIC ORDER IN EUROPE. New York: International Publishers, 1942. 64pp.

Laidler, Harry W. THE BRITISH COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT. New York: The Cooperative League of America, 1921. 16pp.

Laidler, Harry W. CANADA SHOWS HOW TO MANAGE ELECTRICAL POWER. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1924. 12pp.

Laidler, Harry W. THE CONSUMER COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT. A SOCIAL INTERPRETATION. New York City: The League for Industrial Democracy, 1937. 62pp.

Laidler, Harry W. HOW AMERICA LIVES. A HANDBOOK OF INDUSTRIAL FACTS. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1926. 39pp.

Laidler, Harry W. LABOR GOVERNMENTS AT WORK. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1948. 23pp.

Laidler, Harry W. PUBLIC OWNERSHIP HERE AND ABROAD. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1923. 64pp.

Laidler, Harry W. ROADS TO FREEDOM. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1924. 40pp.

Laidler, Harry W. TOWARD A FARMER-LABOR PARTY. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1938. 55pp.

Laidler, Harry W. UNEMPLOYMENT -- AND ITS REMEDIES. New York City: League for Industrial Democracy, 1929. 31pp.

Lamont, Corliss. ARE WE BEING TALKED INTO WAR? New York: Basic Pamphlets, 1952. 29pp.

Lamont, Corliss. A PEACE PROGRAM FOR THE USA New York: Basic Pamphlets, 1959. 23pp.

Lamont, Corliss. SOVIET AGGRESSION: MYTH OR REALITY? n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 15pp.

Lamonte, Robert Rives. SCIENCE AND SOCIALISM. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 28pp.

LAND & LIBERTY. (Monthly Journal for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade.) London: n.pub., November-December 1956. 19pp.

LAND AND TAXATION. (Published in the North American Review, July, 1885.) 16pp.

Landis, Benson Y. MANUAL ON THE CHURCH AND COOPERATIVES. (Reprinted from Information Service.) n.p.: Department of Research and Education, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, March 23, 1940. 16pp.

Larkin, James. IRELAND AND THE IRISH IN THE USA New York: Transport Workers Union of America, CIO, July 1947. 24pp.

THE LAW AND HARRY BRIDGES. San Francisco: Bridges-Robertson-Schmidt Defense Company, 1952. Unpaged

Lee, Algernon. SOCIALISM AND THE FARMER'S PROBLEM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 31pp.

Leheney, John C. THE FARMER'S PROBLEM -- HIS BLIND SEARCH FOR A REMEDY. Chicago: Socialist Party, n.d. 38pp.

Lehmann, L.H. CATHOLICS AND HERETICS. New York: The Converted Catholic Magazine, n.d. 4pp.

Lehmann, L.H. MIXED MARRIAGES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. New York: Agora Publishing Company, 1948. 24pp.

Lend, Evelyn. THE UNDERGROUND STRUGGLE IN GERMANY. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, August 1938. 64pp.

Lenin, V.I. CAPITALISM AND AGRICULTURE. New York: International Publishers, 1946. 79pp.


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Lenin, VI RELIGION. New York: International Publishers, 1933. 48pp.

Leonard, Chas. E. PAGES OF SHAME OR CORRUPTION IN CONTROL OF THE GOVERNMENT. St. Louis, Missouri: Publishers of the Magazine, the Appeal to Common Sense, n.d. 40pp.

Leontyeu, A. WORK UNDER CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM. New York: International Publishers, 1942. 62pp.

Lerner, James. YOUTH DEMANDS PEACE. New York: National Youth Committee American League Against War and Fascism, 1936. 23pp.

Lester, W.R. THE TRUE NATIONAL DIVIDEND. London: The Henry George Foundation, 1936. 41pp.

Lewis, Alfred Baker. LABOR, MACHINES AND DEPRESSIONS. New York: The League for Industrial Democracy, April 1939. 31pp.

Lewis, David, and Scott, Frank. MAKE THIS YOUR CANADA: A REVIEW OF C.C.F. HISTORY AND POLICY. (A preview of the book.) Toronto, Canada: Central Canada Publishing Company, n.d. 4pp.

Lewisohn, Sam A. THE FUTURE OF CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM IN AMERICA. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1927. 44pp.

Libby, Frederick J. MILITARY TRAINING IN THE MAKING OF MEN. (Reprinted from "The World Tomorrow") Washington: The American Union Against Militarism, n.d. 15pp.

Liebknecht, Wilhelm. NO COMPROMISE. NO POLITICAL TRADING. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company (Cooperative). 1919. 72pp.

Light, Robert E., and Marzani, Carl. CUBA VS. THE C.I.A. New York: Marzani & Munsell, Incorporated, 1961. 72pp.

LIGHTNING RODS OF CAPITALISM. (Arm & Hammer Pamphlets, No. 15.) New York: Socialist Labor Party, 1931. 31pp.

Lincoln, Murray D. OBJECTIVES OF CONSUMER'S COOPERATION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 15pp.

Lituinoff, Maxim. THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION: ITS RISE AND MEANING. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1920. 79pp.

Logan, S.R. CAN CORPORATIONS GO TO SCHOOL? (Reprint from The Journal of Educational Sociology, April 1943.) 12pp.

Long, Cedric. CONSUMERS COOPERATION IN THE UNITED STATES. 5TH REVISED EDITION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, 1930. 23pp.

Lucas, Hon. Frank A.W. CAN TAXATION BE CONSTRUCTIVE? (Reprinted from The Analysts Journal, February 1956.) 2pp.

Lucas, Hon. Frank A.W. TOWARDS REAL PEACE. St. Andrews, Scotland: Ninth International Conference on Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, August 15 -- 20, 1955. 16pp.

Lund, Ernest. PLENTY FOR ALL; THE MEANING OF SOCIALISM. New York: Worker's Party, n.d. 66pp.

Luxemburg, Rosa. THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. New York: Workers Age Publishers, May 1940. 56pp.

MacArthur, General Douglas. CAN WAR NOW BE OUTLAWED FROM THE WORLD? Los Angeles Everybody's Committee to Outlaw War, 1955. 8pp.

McAvoy, Clifford T. THE TRADE UNIONS OF OUR SOVIET ALLY. New York: The American Council on Soviet Relations, 1942. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. CAN WE CHANGE HUMAN NATURE? Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1930. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. THE CAUSE OF CIVIL WAR IN SPAIN. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1937. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. ECONOMIC GAINS OF THE SOVIET UNION. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1937. 30pp.

McCabe, Joseph. FASCIST ROMANISM DEFIES CIVILIZATION. HOW THE POPE KEEPS TO THE PLOT WHILE THE WORLD CURSES IT. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. A HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY: THE HISTORY OF ITS RELATIONS WITH SATAN AND THE POPES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949. 30pp.

McCabe, Joseph. HITLER DUPES THE VATICAN. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942. 30pp.

McCabe, Joseph. HOW CHRISTIANITY "TRIUMPHED." Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1926. 64pp.

McCabe, Joseph. MAN'S MASTERY OF LIFE. HOW SCIENCE HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM OF MAN'S FOOD SUPPLY. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 60pp.

McCabe, Joseph. MUSSOLINI AND THE POPE. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1929. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. THE POPE HELPS HITLER TO WORLD POWER. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1941. 30pp.

McCabe, Joseph. THE TYRANNY OF THE CLERICAL GESTAPO. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942. 32pp.

McCabe, Joseph. WHAT AMERICA COULD PRODUCE AND CONSUME: AN EXPOSURE OF BASIC FALLACIES AND A GUIDE TO A RATIONAL ECONOMIC SYSTEM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1937. 31pp.

McCabe, Joseph. THE WONDERS OF THE ATOM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1938. 32pp.

McConnell, Dorothy. WOMEN, WAR AND FASCISM. New York: The American League Against War and Fascism, December 1935. 18pp.

McEachran, Frank. HENRY GEORGE AND KARL MARX. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1936. 6pp.

McGlynn, Reverend Dr. Edward. FATHER MCGLYNN ON THE LAND QUESTION. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, n.d. 6pp.

McLanahan, C.J. COOPERATIVES, AN AMERICAN PATTERN. (Reprint from the Journal of Educational Sociology, April 1943.) 9pp.

McWilliams, Carey. SMALL FARM AND BIG FARM. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated. 1945. 31pp.

Maddy, Basil. AMERICA: OF THE RICH, BY THE RICH AND FOR THE RICH OR HOW THE TRAITORS ESTABLISHED THOUGHT CONTROL OVER AMERICA. Oakland, California: Basil Maddy, n.d. 16pp.

Maddy, Basil. A NEW PREFACE RE EVENTS IN KOREA. Oakland, California: Basil Maddy, n.d, 4pp.

Maddy, Basil. WHO ARE THE TRAITORS TO AMERICA? Oakland, California: Basil Maddy, n.d. 51pp.

Magill, A.B. SOCIALISM -- WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU. New York: New Century Publishers, July 1946. 64 pp.

Mahan, Lawrence. WHO ARE THE FOREIGN AGENTS? New York: Communist Party, USA, June 1948. 15pp.

Mann, S.S. YOUR BEST BET FOR A BETTER LIFE. New York: Topical Pamphlets, March 1960. 31pp.

Marcy, Mary E. HOW THE FARMER CAN GET HIS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1916. 32pp.

Marcy, Mary E. SHOP TALKS ON ECONOMICS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1911. 58pp.


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Marion, George. ALL QUIET IN THE KREMLIN. New York: Fairplay Publishers, 1951. 183pp.

Marion, George. BASES & EMPIRE. A CHART OF AMERICAN EXPANSION. n.p.: n.pub., 1948. 192pp.

Marion, George. STOP THE PRESS! New York: Fairplay Publishers, 1953. 219pp.

Markun, Leo. A DICTIONARY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1929. 32pp.

Markun, Leo. THE HISTORY AND FIRST PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

Marshall, Robert. THE SOCIAL MANAGEMENT OF AMERICAN FORESTS. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1930. 36pp.

Martin, Prestonia Mann. PROHIBITING POVERTY. Winter Park, Florida: National Livelihood Plan, 1932. 149pp.

Marty, Andre. HOW FRANCE WAS BETRAYED. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1941. 47pp.

Marx, Karl, and Engels, Frederick. COMMUNIST MANIFESTO. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 58pp.

Marx, Karl, and Engels, Frederick. THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO. New York: International Publishers, 1932. 48pp.

Marx, Karl. VALUE, PRICE AND PROFIT. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 128pp.

Marx, Karl. WAGE, LABOR, AND CAPITAL, Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, n.d. 54pp.

Marzani, Carl. WE CAN BE FRIENDS. ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR. New York: Topical Book Publishers, 1952. 371pp.

Mason, John. VOLNEY'S RUINS OF EMPIRES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 62pp.

Masteller, Kenneth C. HOW TO AVOID FINANCIAL TANGLES. Great Barrington, Massachusetts: American Institute for Economic Research, 1938. 144pp.

May, H.J. THE COOPERATIVE UNION, LIMITED. THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS DELIVERED BY H.J. MAY. May 20 -- 22, 1929. London: Cooperative Printing Society Limited, n.d. 20pp.

May, H.J. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND WORLD ECONOMIC PROBLEMS. (Reprinted from "The People's Year Book," 1930.) 8pp.

Melish, Reverend William Howard. RELIGION TODAY IN THE USSR New York: The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, n.d. 46pp.

Melton, Leroy. PLAIN FACTS ABOUT FARMERS IN ACTION. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 18pp.

MEMO TO A VERY IMPORTANT PERSON. SUBJECT PEACE AND YOUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR IT. n.p.: Social Service Committee, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends and American Friends Service Committee, Incorporated, n.d.
16pp.

MEN OF MIDLAND. n.p.: Public Relations Division, Midland Cooperative Wholesale, March 1951. 48pp.


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Merker, Paul. WHITHER GERMANY? New York: Workers Library Publishers, July 1943. 64pp.

Merriam, Eve. MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA MONEY, MISSISSIPPI AND OTHER PLACES. New York: Cameron Associates, Liberty Book Club, 1956. Unpaged

Metzger, T. Warren, and Lehner, Anthony. MASTER PLANNERS OF EQUITY. n.p.: Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Cooperative Association and the Rochdale Centennial Division of the Cooperative League, USA, n.d. 22pp.

MIDLAND COOPERATIVE WHOLESALE 25TH ANNUAL REPORT. 1951. Minneapolis: Midland Cooperative, 1951. 22 pp.

Miller, Clyde R. WHAT EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PROPAGANDA. HOW AND WHY IT WORKS. New York: The Commission for Propaganda Analyses, Methodist Federation for Social Action, 1949. 31pp.

Mills, C. Wright. THE POWER ELITE. New York: Oxford University Press, 1957. 361pp.

Mills, Walter Thomas. THE STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE. Berkeley, California: International School of Social Economy, 1904. 635pp.

Ming, Wang. CHINA CAN WIN! New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1937. 47pp.

Minor, Robert. THE YEAR OF GREAT DECISION 1942. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1942. 47pp.

Minton, Bruce, and Stuart, John. MEN WHO LABOR. New York: Modern Age Books, Incorporated, 1937. 246pp.

MODEL COOPERATIVE STATE LAW. A UNIFORM COOPERATIVE STOCK CORPORATION ACT PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION BY STATE LEGISLATURES. New York: The Cooperative League, 1922. 9pp.

Moe, Finn. DOES NORWEGIAN LABOR SEEK THE MIDDLE WAY? New York: League for Industrial Democracy, June 1937. 40pp.

THE MOLOTOV PAPER ON NAZI ATROCITIES. New York: The American Council on Soviet Relations, 1942. 31 pp.

Molotov, V.M. THE MEANING OF THE SOVIET-GERMAN NON-AGGRESSION PACT. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, n.d. 15pp.

Molotov, V.M. THE NEW PHASE IN THE SOVIET UNION. New York: Workers' Library Publishers, n.d. 56pp.

Molotov, V.M. SOVIET FOREIGN POLICY: THE MEANING OF THE WAR IN FINLAND. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 194O. 23pp.

MONOPOLY IN THE UNITED STATES. LABOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. New York: International Publishers, 1942. 48pp.

A MONSTROUS MONEY SYSTEM AND -- AN EQUITABLE MONEY SYSTEM AS TAUGHT IN THE-SCHOOL-OF-COMMON-SENSE. n.p.: George I. Wilson, 1897. Unpaged

Morris, George. HOW TO MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT. New York: New Century Publishers, October 1948. 23pp.

Morris, George. RECONVERSION. New York: New Century Publishers, September 1945. 39pp.

Morrison, Herbert. AN ESSAY OUTLINE OF MODERN SOCIALISM. New York: Rand School Press, 1940. 30pp.

THE MOST FREQUENT OBJECTIONS TO SOCIALISM ANSWERED. Chicago: Socialist Party of America, n.d. 4pp.

MR. JONES BECOMES PRIVATE JONES. New York: Socialist Party, n.d. 15pp.

Murphy, J.J. CLERICAL FASCISM IN ARGENTINA. (Reprinted from The Converted Catholic Magazine.) New York: n.pub., n.d. 12pp.

Murphy, J.J. CLERICAL FASCISM IN AUSTRIA. New York: Agora Publishing Company, n.d. 12pp.

Murphy, J.J. CLERICAL FASCISM IN ITALY. (Reprinted from The Converted Catholic Magazine) New York: n.pub., n.d. Unpaged

Murphy, J.J. HOW THE CATHOLIC CHURCH HELPED HITLER TO POWER. (Reprinted from The Converted Catholic Magazine.) New York: n.pub., April 1944. 11pp.

Murphy, J.J. JAPANESE-VATICAN ENTENTE. (Reprinted from The Converted Catholic Magazine.) New York: n.pub., February 1944. Unpaged

Murray, Paul I., and Kempton, Murray. "ALL FOR MR. DAVIS." THE STORY OF SHARECROPPER ODELL WALLER. New York: Workers Defense League, n.d. 16pp.

MUST IT ALWAYS BE A DREAM? New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 6pp.

MUST WE ARM? HILLQUIST-GARDNER DEBATE. New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1916. 46pp.

Myers, Reverend James. IN BUSINESS FOR SERVICE. RELIGIOUS IMPLICATION OF CONSUMERS' COOPERATION. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 12pp.

Myers, James. LABOR AND COOPS. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, 1940. 48pp.


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NARA NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL RELATIONS ACT. A PLAN FOR POST WAR AGRICULTURE IS THE FOUNDATION OF A PROSPEROUS AMERICA. St. Paul, Minnesota: n.pub., n.d. 21pp.

Nash, J.V. GREAT FIGHTERS FOR FREEDOM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1928. 64pp.

Nash, Hon. Walter. POSTWAR PLANNING FOR PEACE AND FULL EMPLOYMENT. SYMPOSIUM BY HON. WALTER MASH. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1944. 64pp.

Nasmyth, George. UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING AND DEMOCRACY. Washington: American Union Against Militarism, n.d. 14pp.

Neal, Fred Warner. WAR AND PEACE AND THE PROBLEM OF BERLIN. New York: Marzani & Munsell, Incorporated, 1961. 13pp.

Nearing, Scott. THE AMERICAN EMPIRE. New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1921. 266pp.

Nearing, Scott. THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE. Washington, DC: World Events Committee, n.d. Unpaged

Nearing, Scott. DEMOCRACY IS NOT ENOUGH. New York: Island Press, 1945. 150pp.

Nearing, Scott. ECONOMICS FOR THE POWER AGE. East Palatka, Florida: World Events Committee, 1952. 190pp.

Nearing, Scott. FROM CAPITALISM TO COMMUNISM. Washington: World Events Committee, n.d. 23pp.

Nearing, Scott. GLIMPSES OF THE SOVIET REPUBLIC. New York: Social Science Publishers, 1926. 32pp.

Nearing, Scott. A NATION DIVIDED OR PLUTOCRACY VERSUS DEMOCRACY. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1920. 32pp.

Nearing, Scott. THE NEW AGE -- WILL IT BE DARK OR GOLDEN? Washington: World Events Committee, n.d. 16pp.

Nearing, Scott. THE NEW SLAVERY. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1920. 45pp.

Nearing, Scott. "OPERATION KILLER." (Reprinted from "World Events," a quarterly news commentary by Scott Nearing.) n.d. 2pp.

Nearing, Scott. THE REVOLUTION OF OUR TIME. Washington, DC: World Events Committee, 1947. 146pp.

Nearing, Scott. "TO PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE." Harborside, Maine: Social Science Institute, n.d. 31pp.

Nearing, Scott. VICTORY WITHOUT PEACE. Washington: World Events, n.d. 15pp.

Nearing, Scott. WHAT THE USA COULD DO FOR THE WORLD. LECTURE FEBRUARY 13, 1948. Washington: World Events Committee, 1948. 16pp.

Nelson, Caroline. NATURE TALKS ON ECONOMICS. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1912. 59pp.

NEW JERSEY SAYS: "NO!" REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON MILITARY TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION IN HIGH SCHOOLS TO THE NEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE, SESSION OF 1917. Washington: American Union Against Militarism, n.d. 15pp.

NEW YORK CITY -- A PAGE OF THE LAND VALUE MAPS. (Reprinted from "Land and Liberty"). New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, n.d. 2pp.

NEWS COMMENT. (Volume IV, No. 24) Ottawa, Canada: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, 1944. 8pp.

1948 NATIONAL PLATFORM SOCIALIST PARTY -- USA New York: Socialist Campaign Headquarters, n.d. 19pp.

Norden, Heinz. FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GONORRHEA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1930. 32pp.

Norden, Heinz. HERBERT HOOVER, THE MAN. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 32pp.

North, Joseph. WHAT ARE WE DOING IN CHINA? New York: New Century Publishers, 1945. 23 pp.

NORTHERN STATES' COOPERATIVE LEAGUE. FOURTH YEARBOOK 1928. Minneapolis: Imperial Printing Company, 1928. 280pp.

NORTHERN STATES' COOPERATIVE LEAGUE. THIRD YEARBOOK 1927. Superior, Wisconsin: Tyomies Society Print, 1927. 189pp.

NORTHERN STATES' COOPERATIVE LEAGUE. SECOND YEARBOOK 1926. Minneapolis: Imperial Printing Company, 1926. 168pp.

NORTHERN STATES' COOPERATOR (Volume III, No. 1). Minneapolis: Northern States' Cooperative League, 1927. 4pp.

NORTHERN STATES' COOPERATOR (Vol. III, No. 6). Minneapolis: Northern States' Cooperative League, 1928. 4pp.

Nostradamus, Michael. PROPHECIES ABOUT THE WAR IN EUROPE. Philadelphia: W. Foulsham Company, 1941. 63pp.


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O'Connor, Harvey. HOW MELLON GOT RICH. New York: International Pamphlets, 1933. 23pp.

Ogburn, William F. MACHINES AND TOMORROW'S WORLD. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1938. 31pp.

ON THE ROAD TO BOLSHEVIZATION. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1929. 46pp.

Oneal, James. LABOR IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA: A SIGNIFICANT CONTRAST. Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, n.d. 19pp.

Oneal, James. SOCIALISM AND THE TRADE UNIONS. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 31pp.

Oppenheimer, Moses. OUTLAWING SOCIALISM. Chicago: Socialist Party of the United States, 1920. 44pp.

ORDER BLANK FOR L.I.D. PAMPHLETS. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, n.d. 2pp.

ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVES AND BUYING CLUBS. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1941. 106pp.

ORGANIZED LABOR ORGANIZE AS CUSTOMERS! New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 4pp.

Ornsteen, David. WHAT ORGANIZED LABOR COULD DO FOR HUMANITY IF---. Peoria, Illinois: David Ornsteen, 1949. 23pp.

Otis, Arthur S. WHAT GIVES VALUE TO LAND. (From the January 1952 Machinists' Monthly Journal.) 4pp.

OUR ECONOMIC SYSTEM. New York: New York Federation of Progressive Women, n.d. Unpaged

OUR LORD'S RETURN. East Rutherford, New Jersey: Dawn Bible Students Association, n.d. 48pp.

Paine, George L. THROUGH RUSSIAN EYES. n.p.: Foundation for Promoting Enduring Peace, n.d. 4pp.

Paine, George L. TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING RUSSIA. West Haven, Connecticut: Promoting Enduring Peace, n.d. 16pp.

Paine, Thomas. THE AGE OF REASON. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, n.d. 64pp.

Pannekoek, Anton. MARXISM AND DARWINISM. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1912. 58pp.

Pannell, Walter. KING COTTON. Los Angeles: Thor's Book Service, 1943. 48pp.

Parker, Florence E. CONSUMERS' COOPERATIVES IN 1941. (Reprinted from the Monthly Labor Review.) Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1942. 10pp.

Payne, Roger, and Hartmann, George W. DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM. New York: Three Arrows Press, 1948. 128pp.

Payne, Roger. THE HOBO PHILOSOPHER OR THE MODERN DIOGENES. New York: Roger Payne, n.d. 16pp.

Payne, Roger, and Hartmann, George W. SOCIALIST PRINCIPLES & PROGRAM, STUDY COURSE. New York: Three Arrows Press, n.d. 15pp.

Payne, Roger. STUDY OUTLINE TO ACCOMPANY THE VOLUME ENTITLED DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM. New York: Three Arrows Press, 1949. 32pp.

PEACE, FREEDOM, & ABUNDANCE: THE PLATFORM OF THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY AS ADOPTED AT THE FOUNDING CONVENTION, PHILADELPHIA, JULY 23 -- 25, 1948. New York: The Progressive Party, n.d. 19pp.

PEACE OR WAR IN AMERICA, A DEBATE BETWEEN UPTON SINCLAIR AND THE HON. PHILIP F. LAFOLLETTE. Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1941. 27pp.

THE PEACE WE LOST. THE BACKGROUND OF NAZISM AND THE PRESENT WAR. New York: Keep America Out of War Congress, n.d. 30pp.

Pell, Orlie. THE RIGHT TO SECURITY: A SURVEY OF NEW PLANS. New York: American Labor Education Service, Incorporated, 1943. Unpaged

THE PEOPLE ASK: THE CO-OPS ANSWER. IS THE CO-OP PAYING ITS FAIR SHARE OF INCOME TAXES? Chicago: National Association of Cooperatives, Incorporated, n.d. 10pp.

People's Lobby Conference. ADDRESSES AT PEOPLE'S LOBBY CONFERENCE FEBRUARY 9, 1946: AMERICA NEEDS AN OVER-ALL PLAN. Washington, DC: The People's Lobby, Incorporated, 1946. 32pp.

People's Lobby Symposium. ADDRESSES AT PEOPLE'S LOBBY SYMPOSIUM, MAY 29, 1948. "WORLD PLANNING OR WORLD CHAOS." Washington: People's Lobby, Incorporated, n.d. 20pp.

THE PEOPLE'S PROGRAM FOR 1944. New York: CIO Political Action Committee, n.d. Unpaged

THE PEOPLE'S YEARBOOK. THE ANNUAL OF THE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES. Manchester: The Cooperative Wholesale Society Limited, n.d. Glasgow: The Scottish Cooperative Wholesale Society Limited, 1930. 344pp.

Petersen, Arnold. SOCIALISM: THE WORLD OF TOMORROW. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1940. 48pp.

Petersen, Arnold. SUPERSTITION -- FATHER OF SLAVERY. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1940. 30 pp.

Petersen, Arnold. UNEMPLOYMENT AND "OVERPRODUCTION." (Arm & Hammer Pamphlets, No. 11.) New York: Socialist Labor Party, 1937. 31pp.

Pettigrew. R.F. CHAPTERS FROM IMPERIAL WASHINGTON. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, Publishers, 1922. 220pp.

Pettigrew, R.F. THE UNITED STATES AND THE COURSE OF EMPIRE. (Chapters from R.F. Pettigrew's Course on Empire.) n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 22pp.

Phillips, Herman A. PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE FOR DELIBERATIVE ASSEMBLIES. Fort Scott, Kansas: The People's College, 1915. 32pp.

Phillips, Wendell. THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE LABOR MOVEMENT. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 56pp.

PIRATES OF FINANCE. (A review by the editor of the "Golden Age," of Brooklyn, NY) 4pp.

THE PLAN OF PLENTY. New York: The Continental Committee, 1934. 17pp.

PLATFORM OF PROGRESSIVE PARTY OF IOWA. Des Moines: The Progressive Party of Iowa, n.d. Unpaged

THE PLATFORM OF THE CLASS STRUGGLE. NATIONAL PLATFORM OF THE WORKERS (COMMUNIST) PARTY. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1928. 64pp.


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Plekhanov, George. THE MATERIALIST CONCEPTION OF HISTORY. New York: International Publishers, 1940. 48pp.

Plekhanov, George. THE ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN HISTORY. New York: International Publishers, 1940. 62pp.

THE POPE SPEAKS ON RURAL LIFE. (National Catholic Rural Life Conference. Pope Pius XII, November 15, 1946.) Des Moines, Iowa: The National Catholic Rural Life Conference, n.d. 16pp.

Post War World Council. YOU CAN WIN THE PEACE NOW. New York: Post War World Council, April 1943. 14pp.

Potamkin, Harry Alan, THE EYES OF THE MOVIE. New York: International Pamphlets, 1934. 31pp.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS FARMERS UNION LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY. St. Paul, Minnesota: Farmers Union Livestock Commission Company, December 11, 1944. 8pp.

Preston, Evelyn. MORE POWER TO YOU. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1927. 16pp.

PROCEEDINGS THIRD U.S. CONGRESS AGAINST WAR AND FASCISM. CLEVELAND, OHIO, JANUARY 3-5, 1936. New York: The American League Against War and Fascism, February 1936. 61pp.

PRODUCTION, IDEAS, AND WARS -- AN OUTLINE. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 9pp.

THE PROGRAM OF CLASS STRUGGLE COOPERATION AND THE PLATFORM OF THE CLASS STRUGGLE FOR THE COOP. CENTRAL EXCHANGE. n.p.: Workers and Farmers Cooperative Unity Alliance, 1931. 29pp.

PROGRAMME OF THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, 1929. 93pp.

THE PROGRESSIVE LESSONS IN GOVERNMENT. St. Louis, Missouri: The New Economics Publishing Company, 1923. 42pp.

THE PROMETHEAN REVIEW. (Volume I, No. 1) New York: Liberty Book Club, Incorporated, 1959. 27pp.

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION REVIEW: ORGAN OF THE PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION LEAGUE. Philadelphia: Proportional Representation League, October 1931. 7pp.

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION REVIEW: ORGAN OF THE PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION LEAGUE. Philadelphia: Proportional Representation League, July 1931. 5pp.

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION REVIEW: ORGAN OF THE PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION LEAGUE. PHILADELPHIA CAMPAIGN NUMBER. Philadelphia: Proportional Representation League, January 1931. 23pp.

PUBLIC OWNERSHIP. New York: New York Federation of Progressive Women, n.d. 10pp.

PUBLIC OWNERSHIP. (Volume X, No. 7, July 1928.) Chicago: Public Ownership League of America, n.d. 15pp.

PURPOSE AND PROGRAM OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND DEMOCRACY. New York: American League for Peace and Democracy, 1938. 4pp.

Pusey, Wm. Allen. SYPHILIS: A BRIEF TREATISE FOR THE INTELLIGENT PUBLIC. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1925. 64pp.

THE QUESTION OF GERMAN REARMAMENT. Palo Alto, California: The Palo Alto Peace Club, January 1952. 8pp.

Ralston, Jackson H. WHAT'S WRONG WITH TAXATION? San Diego, California: Ingram Institute, 1931. 182pp.

Randolph, Vance. A HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 64pp.

Randolph, Vance. A HISTORY OF THE MEDIEVAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 63pp.

Raushenbush, H.S. THE PEOPLE'S FIGHT FOR COAL AND POWER. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1926. 36pp.

Rawe, John C., S.J. A FAIR DEAL TO ALL THROUGH THE COOPERATIVES. (Reprinted from America, February l5, 1941.) 8pp.

Read, Herbert. THE EDUCATION OF FREE MEN. London: Freedom Press, 1944. 32pp.

RELIGION -- BARRIER OR BRIDGE TO A PEOPLE'S WORLD. Birmingham, Alabama: People's Institute of Applied Religion, Incorporated, 1947. 64pp.

REPORT ON THE JAPANESE PEACE TREATY. Palo Alto, California: The Palo Alto Peace Club, September 1951. 8pp.

Revell, Aldric. SASKATCHEWAN SHOWS THE WAY. (Dispatches reprinted from The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, July and August 1947). 16pp.

REVOLUTION VS. REFORM. n.p,: Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 2pp.

Richards, W.H. SOCIALISM EXPLAINED. Indianapolis: W.H. Richards, 1931. 31pp.

Richards, W.H. SOCIALISM EXPLAINED. Indianapolis: W.H. Richards, 1931. 47pp.

Robotka, Frank, and Bentley, R.C. FARM COOPERATIVES IN IOWA. III. FARMERS' ELEVATORS. (Reprint from Iowa Farm Economist, January 1940.) 4pp.

Rochester, Anna. FARMERS AND THE WAR. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, March 1943. 30pp.

Rochester, Anna. THE NATURE OF CAPITALISM. New York: International Publishers, 1946. 92pp.

Rochester, Anna. THE POPULIST MOVEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES. New York: International Publishers, 1943. 124pp.

Rochester, Anna. WALL STREET. New York: International Pamphlets, 1932. 15pp.

ROME OR REASON. DEBATE BETWEEN ROBERT G. INGERSOLL AND CARDINAL MANNING. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, n.d. 118pp.

Rowntree, Jennie I. THIS PROBLEM OF FOOD. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 31pp.

Russell, George W. COOPERATION AND NATIONALITY. Chicago: The Cooperative League, 1912. 70pp.

Ryhlick, Frank. CONGRESS AND YOU. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Incorporated, June 1943. 64pp.

THE SALARIED MAN: THE STORY IN TWO EPISODES OF AN EVERY-DAY PERSON. Chicago: The Socialist Party of the United States, 1920. 24pp.

Salvemini, Gaetano. IS ITALY A CATHOLIC COUNTRY? New York: The Protestant, August-September 1943. 7pp.

Sanchez-Mazas, Prof. Miguel. SPAIN IN CHAINS. New York: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, n.d. 32pp.

Sandberg, Dr. Karl F.M. THE CURRENCY PROBLEM. Chicago: Dr. Karl FM Sandberg, 1915. 48pp.

Sandberg, Dr. Karl FM MONEY AND DEMOCRACY. IS OURS A DEMOCRACY OR WHAT IS IT? Mindem, Nebraska: The Constitutional. Money League of America, 1941. 32 pp.

Sandberg, Dr. Karl FM THE MONEY TRUST: THE ISSUE OF 1912. Chicago: Karl FM Sandberg, n.d. 95pp.

Sanders, S.D. ORGANIZING A FARMERS' COOPERATIVE. Washington: Director of Information and Extension, Farm Credit Administration, n.d. 42 pp.

Sandford, Thomas Jefferson. THE WIDE WAY TO A TRUE REPUBLIC. New York: The Society of the True Republic, 1916. 164pp.

Saunders, John, and Parker, Albert. THE STRUGGLE FOR NEGRO EQUALITY. New York: For the Socialist Party by the Pioneer Publishers, 1943. 47pp.

Sayers, Michael, and Kahn, Albert E. THE GREAT CONSPIRACY. New York: Boni & Gaer, Incorporated, 1946. 160 pp.

Schleuter, Herman. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE WORKING CLASS. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, nd. 62pp.

SCHOOLS AND STORES. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 1p.

Schulz, A.R. THE YEAR OF JUBILEE. CANCELLATION OF DEBTS AND RE-DIVISION OF WEALTH. Fergus Falls, Minnesota: AR Schulz, n.d. 23pp.

Schuman, Frederick L. THE BALTIC-SOVIET REPUBLICS. New York: The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1944. 46pp.

Schuman, Frederick L. FALSIFIERS OF HISTORY. AN HISTORICAL DOCUMENT ON THE ORIGINS OF WORLD WAR II. New York: Committee for Promotion of Peace, 1948. 64pp.

SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM STUDY COURSE. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, Publishers, n.d. 30 pp.

Seeman, Ernest. WHO DEFEATED SENATOR FRANK GRAHAM? n.p.: n.pub., 1950. 16pp.

Seidel, Emil. WHICH MUST GO? AMERICA OR PRIVATE OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS? Milwaukee: Socialist Party of Wisconsin, 1923. 31pp.

Seidmann, Joel. "SIT-DOWN." Chicago: Socialist Party, USA, 1937. 32pp.

Seligman. CAPITALISM VS. SOCIALISM. Girard, Kansas: Appeal Publishing Company, 1921. 60pp.

Senior, Clarence. MEXICO IN TRANSITION. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1939. 54pp.

Shachtman, Max. FOR A COST-PLUS WAGE. New York: Workers Party, October 1943. 25pp.

Shadid, M. DIET IN HEALTH AND DISEASE. Oklahoma City: Leader Press, Incorporated, n.d. 192pp.

SHALL A LABOR PARTY BE FORMED? DEBATED BY MORRIS HILLQUIT AND EDWARD KEATING. New York: National Labor Forum, 1923. 32pp.

SHALL IT BE CENTURY OF THE COMMON MAN? OR CENTURY OF CARTEL CONTROL? Washington, DC: The People's Lobby, Incorporated, 1944. 36pp.

Sharpe, John B. THE NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY. ADDRESS BEFORE THE YOUNG MEN'S CIVIC CLUB, OF PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. n.p.: n.pub, n.d. 31pp.

Sherwood, M. THE SOVIET WAR ON RELIGION. New York: Workers' Library Publishers, n.d. 46pp.

Shoaf, George H. FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 160pp.

Shumway, Arthur. HOW NEWSPAPERS DECEIVE THEIR READERS. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 32pp.

SINCE THE NIGHT WE ENTERED WAR. New York: The Nation Press, n.d. Unpaged

Sinclair, Upton. THE CRY FOR JUSTICE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF THE LITERATURE OF SOCIAL PROTEST. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1944. 32pp.

Sinclair, Upton. EXPECT NO PEACE! Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1939. 57pp.


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Sinclair, Upton. THE FLIVVER KING: A STORY OF FORD-AMERICA. Pasadena, California: Upton Sinclair, 1937. 119pp.

Sinclair, Upton. A GIANT'S STRENGTH. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1948. 52pp.

Sinclair, Upton. THE GOSLINGS. A STUDY OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOLS. Pasadena, California: Upton Sinclair, 1924. 444pp.

Sinclair, Upton, and Sokolsky, George. IS THE AMERICAN FORM OF CAPITALISM ESSENTIAL TO THE AMERICAN FORM OF DEMOCRACY? Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1940. 16pp.

Sinclair, Upton. LETTERS TO JUDD, AN AMERICAN WORKINGMAN. Pasadena, California: Upton Sinclair, n.d. 64pp.

Sinclair, Upton. LIMBO ON THE LOOSE. A MID-SUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1948. 62pp.

Sinclair, Upton. THIS WORLD OF 1949 AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT. New York: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1925. 64pp.

Sinclair, Upton. WE, PEOPLE OF AMERICA AND HOW WE ENDED POVERTY. A TRUE STORY OF THE FUTURE. Pasadena, California: National EPIC League, n.d, 64pp.

Sinclair, Upton. YOUR MILLION DOLLARS. New York: Upton Sinclair, 1939. 32pp.

THE SINGLE TAX IN DETAIL. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 15pp.

Slayton, J.W. SOCIALISM: THE OLD RED FLAG OF PEACE, INDUSTRY AND UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD. Pittsburgh: J.W. Slayton, n.d. 16pp.

Smeland, H.G. SUGGESTIONS FOR WORLD PEACE. San Francisco: H.G. Smeland, September 1952. 14pp.

Smith, Jessica. JUNGLE LAW OR HUMAN REASON? THE NORTH ATLANTIC PACT AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU. New York: SRT Publications, Incorporated, 1949. 48pp.

Smith, Lloyd E. A DICTIONARY OF CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 64pp.

Snyder, Alfred J. AMERICA'S PURPOSE: THE STORY OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY. Philadelphia: The Declaration Press, 1939. 24pp.

SOCIALISM AND THE FARMER. Girard, Kansas: Appeal to Reason, 1916. 64pp.

SOCIALISM: CHAMPION OF CIVILIZED PRINCIPLES. n.p.: Socialist Labor Party, n.d. 4pp.

SOCIALIST HANDBOOK 1937. Chicago: Socialist Party USA, 1937. 78pp.

SOCIALIST INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM: THE WORKERS' POWER. n.p.: Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 4pp.

SOME AMERICAN PROBLEMS IN 1945 AND SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS. Washington, DC: The People's Lobby, Incorporated, 1945. 28pp.

SONGS OF FREEDOM. PROGRESSIVE FARMERS OF MONTANA. Plentywood, Montana: Producers News Print, n.d. 17pp.

SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ECONOMIC FREEDOM INCORPORATED. Worcester, Massachusetts: Sons and Daughters of Economic Freedom, Incorporated, n.d. 13pp.

SOUND THE ALARM. New York: Monthly Review, 1949. 15pp.

SPAIN'S WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. Washington: Spanish Embassy, 1937. 79pp.

SPEAKERS MANUAL. CIO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE. New York: National Political Action Committee, CIO, n.d. 47pp.

Speers, Daniel. EPUC -- THE ONLY WAY FOR NATIONAL RECOVERY. HOW TO END POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT. Phoenix, Arizona: Daniel Speers, n.d. 31pp.

Stalin, Joseph. FOUNDATIONS OF LENINISM. New York: International Publishers, 1932. 125pp.

Stalin, Joseph. FROM SOCIALISM TO COMMUNISM IN THE SOVIET UNION. New York: International Publishers, n.d. 63pp.

Stalin, Joseph, and Molotov, V.M. IN PRAISE OF LEARNING. New York: International Publishers Company, Incorporated, 1938. 29pp.

Stalin, Joseph. THE ROAD TO POWER. New York: International Publishers Company, Incorporated, 1937. 47pp.

STALINIST INTERNATIONAL ANARCHISM. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1940. 13pp.

STEPS TO PEACE. A QUAKER VIEW OF U.S. FOREIGN POLICY. (A report prepared for the American Friends Service Committee.) 1951. 64pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. BUYING YOUR OWN LIFE INSURANCE. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1947. 31pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. COOPERATIVES IN THE U.S. -- A BALANCE SHEET. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1941. 31pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. DEBTS -- GOOD OR BAD? New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1939. 32pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. HOW WE SPEND OUR MONEY. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1941. 29pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. INCOME AND ECONOMIC PROGRESS. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1938. 32pp.

Stewart, Maxwell S. YOUR INCOME AND MINE. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 31pp.


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Stitts, Tom G. THE CO-OP AND ITS SECOND GENERATION MEMBERS. Washington: Farm Credit Administration, 1940. 20pp.

Stolpe, Herman. COG OR COLLABORATOR: DEMOCRACY IN COOPERATIVE EDUCATION. Stockholm: Kooperativa förbundets bokförlag, 1939. 31pp.

THE STORY BEHIND THE STEEL SHORTAGE. (Reprint of two articles which appeared in the Progressive, Madison, Wisconsin, and the La Follette's Magazine.) Berkeley, California: F.B. Roche, n.d. 6pp.

THE STORY OF A FARMER AND HIS HIRED MAN. St. Paul, Minnesota: Farmers Union Central Exchange, Incorporated, 1955. 4pp.

THE STORY OF HENRY WALLACE. New York: Progressive Party, n.d. 14pp.

Stover, Fred. THE CONTEST BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AND THE PLUNDERERS. Hampton, Iowa: n.pub., 1951. 31pp.

Stover, Fred. PEACE AND PARITY. n.p.: Plain Talk Publishing Company, 1953. 31pp.

Strachey, John. HOPE IN AMERICA. New York: Modern Age Books, 1938. 215pp.

Strachey, John. WHY FASCISM LEADS TO WAR. New York: The American League Against War and Fascism, 1935. 19pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. DICTATORSHIP AND DEMOCRACY IN THE SOVIET UNION. New York: International Pamphlets, 1934. 23pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. HOW BUSINESS IS CARRIED ON IN SOVIET RUSSIA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 63pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. HOW THE COMMUNISTS RULE RUSSIA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 64pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. INSIDE LIBERATED POLAND. New York: The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, n.d. 47pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. INSIDE NORTH KOREA. Montrose, California: Anna Louise Strong, n.d. 44pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. PEASANT LIFE IN SOVIET RUSSIA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 64pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. SOVIET FARMS. New York: The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, n.d. 47pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. WHAT ABOUT RUSSIA? AN HONEST REPLY TO HONEST QUESTIONS. (Reprinted from The New Republic.) New York: American Friends of the Soviet Union, n.d. 16pp.

Strong, Anna Louise. WORKERS' LIFE IN SOVIET RUSSIA. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 63pp.

Strossmayer. BISHOP STROSSMAYER'S SPEECH IN THE VATICAN COUNCIL OF 1870. New York: Agora Publishing Company, 1941. 12pp.

THE STUDY CLUB WAY OF ADULT LEARNING. Antigonish, Nova Scotia: St. Francis Xavier Extension Department, 1939. 19pp.

SUBSTANDARD WAGES. AN ANALYSIS OF THEIR EXTENT AND EFFECT, AND WHAT MUST BE DONE TO ESTABLISH A HIGHER WAGE LEVEL. Washington, DC: Congress of Industrial Organizations, n.d. Unpaged

SUBVERSIVE UTTERANCES. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 4pp.

THE SUPREME COURT, J.P. MORGAN, AND THE WORLD WAR. n.p.: The Socialist Party of the District of Columbia, 1937. 12pp.

Symes, Lillian. COMMUNISM -- WORLD REVOLUTION TO RED IMPERIALISM. Chicago: Socialist Party, n.d. 42pp.

Symes, Lillian. INDIA'S REVOLUTION: ITS CHALLENGE AND MEANING. New York: Socialist Party, 1943. 31pp.

Szumski, Romuald. LABOR AND THE SOVIET SYSTEM. New York: National Committee for a Free Europe, Incorporated, n.d. 30pp.

Talbott, John L. THE CONSPIRATORS. Kirkwood, Missouri: John L. Talbott, 1944. 143pp.

A TALE OF TWO CITIES, BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. South Australia: The Land Values Rating Central Committee, n.d. 12pp.

Taylor, Paul S. ADRIFT ON THE LAND. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 31pp.

THIS IS YOUR AMERICA. New York: CIO Political Action Committee, n.d. Unpaged

Thomas, Henry. THE AWAKENING OF HUMANITY. MAN GRADUALLY LIFTS THE FOG OF OBSCURANTISM. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 61pp.

Thomas, Henry. THE BEGINNING OF REAL CIVILIZATION, ESTIMATES OF GOETHE, MAZZINI, MARX, BISMARCK, DARWIN, LINCOLN, TOLSTOY, EMPEROR WILLIAM II, LENIN AND GANDHI. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 64pp.

Thomas, Henry. THE CHILDHOOD OF THE HUMAN RACE. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 58pp.

Thomas, Henry. THE PARADE OF THE SWORD AND THE CROSS: A CATALOGUE OF KINGS, PHILOSOPHERS, CONQUERORS AND CUT-THROATS. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 63pp.

Thomas, Henry. THE SAVAGERY OF THE MIDDLE AGES:A BOOK OF HOLY CRUSADES AND RELIGIOUS MASSACRES. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 57pp.

Thomas, Norman. THE CHALLENGE OF WAR. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1924. 55pp.

Thomas, Norman. CONSCRIPTION: THE TEST OF THE PEACE. New York: Post War World Council, 1944. 13pp.

Thomas, Norman, and Browder, Earl. DEBATE: WHICH ROAD FOR AMERICAN WORKERS -- SOCIALIST OR COMMUNIST? New York: Socialist Call, January 1936. 46pp.

Thomas, Norman. DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1953. 39pp.

Thomas, Norman. IS THE NEW DEAL SOCIALISM? Chicago: Socialist Party, 1936. 12pp.

Thomas, Norman. MARTIN DIES AND SOCIALISM. New York: Socialist Party, n.d. 11pp.

Thomas, Norman. THE TRUTH ABOUT SOCIALISM. New York: Socialist Party, December 1943. 22pp.

Thomas, Norman M. WAR'S HERETICS. A PLEA FOR THE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR. New York: Reprinted by the Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism, August 1917. 12pp.

Thomas, Norman. WHAT IS INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY? New York: League for Industrial Democracy, Incorporated, 1925. 62pp.

Thomas, Norman. WHAT'S BEHIND THE "CHRISTIAN FRONT?" New York: Socialist Party of New York, n.d. (A revised copy of a speech delivered over station WEUD, New York City.) 21pp.

Thomas, Norman. WHY I AM A SOCIALIST. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, n.d. 14pp.

Thomas, Norman. WORLD FEDERATION: WHAT ARE THE DIFFICULTIES? New York: The Post War World Council, 1942. 22pp.

Thompson, Carl D. OWN YOUR OWN: THE ADVANTAGES OF MUNICIPAL LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS -- WHY EVERY CITY, TOWN AND VILLAGE SHOULD OWN ITS OWN. Chicago: The Public Ownership League of America, n.d. 11pp.

Thompson, Jos. S. AN ANALYSIS OF "THE SINGLE TAX." n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 8pp.

THREE QUESTIONS ABOUT CREDIT UNIONS. n.p.: Credit Union National Association, May 1939. 4 pp.

Tikhomirov, W.A. CO-OPERATIVES IN SOCIALIST CONSTRUCTION. n.p.: W.A. Tikhomirov, 1927. 29pp.

"TO ESTABLISH JUSTICE..." SHARECROPPERS UNDER PLANTERS LAW. New York: Workers Defense league, 1940. 19pp.


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TO MOTHERS. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 4pp.

Tobey, Charles, Jr. CHARLES TOBEY JR. REPORTS ON CANCER AND THE VENAL MEDICAL CONSPIRACY. New York: The Independent, n.d. 8pp.

Toledano, Vicente Lombardo. THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO: TWO NATIONS -- ONE IDEAL. New York: Council for Pan-American Democracy, 1942. 22pp.

A TOUR OF NOVA SCOTIA COOPERATIVES. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 48pp.

TOWARD A NEW FARM PROGRAM. Washington, DC: Conference on Economic Progress, December 1958. 62 pp.

Trachtenberg, Alexander. THE AMERICAN SOCIALISTS AND THE WAR. New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1917. 48pp.

Trachtenberg, Alexander. HISTORY OF MAY DAY. New York: International Pamphlets, 1937. 30pp.

Treuenfels, Rudolf L. COOPERATIVE STORE PERSONNEL AS EDUCATORS. (Reprint from The Journal of Educational Sociology.) April 1943. 12pp.

THE TRUTH ABOUT YUGOSLAVIA. A DOCUMENTARY RECORD. New York: Mirko Markovich, 1943. 31pp.

Turner, James B. SOCIALISM MARCHES ON IN THE SOVIET UNION. New York: International Pamphlets, n.d. 47pp.

THE 20TH CENTURY PLAN. A BOOK ON ECONOMIC QUESTIONS. Sioux Falls, South Dakota: The Publishers 20th Century Plan, 1908. 57pp.

TWENTY YEARS OF SOCIAL. THE LEAGUE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY CELEBRATES ITS TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY DECEMBER 30, 1925. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1926. 69pp.

TWO FISTED ORGANIZATION. Denver: National Farmers Union Department of Education, n.d. 4pp.

THE USSR 100 QUESTIONS ANSWERED. London: "Soviet News," 1952. 120pp.

THE USSR AND FINLAND. New York: Soviet Russia Today, 1939. 64pp.

THE USSR AT WAR. 50 QUESTIONS -- 50 ANSWERS. New York: The American Russian Institute for Cultural Relations with the Soviet Union, Incorporated, 1942. 48pp.

Vance, Rupert B. FARMERS WITHOUT LAND. New York: Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated, 1940. 30pp.

Vickers, V.C. ECONOMIC TRIBULATION. San Antonio: Free Economy Publishing Company, n.d. 64 pp.

VICTORY'S VICTIMS? THE NEGRO'S FUTURE. New York: Socialist Party, 1943. 21pp.

Villard, Oswald Garrison. SHALL WE RULE GERMANY? New York: Post War World Council, 1943. 22pp.

Villard, Oswald Garrison. UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING: OUR LATEST CURE-ALL. Washington: American Union Against Militarism, n.d. 8pp.

Voorhis, Hon. Jerry. MORE DOLLARS AND MORE SENSE. H.R. 4931 -- AN ATTACK ON THE CENTRAL PROBLEM OF MODERN AMERICA. (Speech in the California House of Representatives, April 17, 1939.) Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939. 35pp.

WAGES AND PROFITS IN WARTIME. New York: International Publishers, 1941. 32pp.

Wallace, Henry A. CENTURY OF THE COMMON MAN. TWO SPEECHES BY HENRY A. WALLACE. New York: International Workers Order, Incorporated, 1943. 46pp.

Walstad, Julius. AN AMERICAN FARMER SEES THE SOVIET UNION. Philadelphia: Farmers' National Committee for Action, n.d. 30pp.

WAR MEANS DICTATORSHIP. n.p.: Socialist Labor Party, n.d. 4pp.

Warbasse, Agnes D. THE PROGRESS OF COOPERATION IN THE UNITED STATES. (Reprinted from the November-December 1925 American Review.) 16pp.

Warbasse, Agnes D. THE STORY OF COOPERATION New York: The Cooperative League of America, 1921. 24pp.

Warbasse, Dr. JP ADDRESS AT THE BANQUET OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE WHEAT POOLS OF THE PROVINCES OF MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA, AND OF THE CANADIAN COOPERATIVE WHEAT PRODUCERS, LIMITED, IN CALGARY. February 26, 1929. n.p.: Trustees of the Board of Surplus Wheat Monies, 1929. 23pp.

Warbasse, James and Agnes. "A BETTER WORLD TO LIVE IN." DOING IT TOGETHER: HOW COOPERATION WORKS ABROAD AND AT HOME. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 7pp.

Warbasse, James Peter. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION. 2nd edition. New York: The Cooperative League, 1922. 15pp.

Warbasse, James Peter. THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT IN EUROPE. (Reprinted from the July-August 1924 American Review.) Bloomington, Illinois: Public School Publishing Company, n.d. 8pp.

Warbasse, James Peter. FREE WORLD. (Volume III, No. 4, September 1942.) New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. Unpaged

Warbasse, James Peter. PRODUCERS' COOPERATIVE INDUSTRIES. New York: The Cooperative League of America, 1921. 16pp.

Warbasse, James and Agnes. "REAL FIRST AID FOR THE FARMER". DOING IT TOGETHER. HOW COOPERATION WORKS ABROAD AND AT HOME. n.p.: n.pub., n.d. 9pp.

Warbasse, James Peter. THE SOCIALISTIC TREND AS AFFECTING THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, 1940. 32pp.

Warbasse, James Peter. WHAT IS CONSUMER'S COOPERATION? A BRIEF ANSWER TO A QUESTION OF TIMELY INTEREST. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, 1941. 16pp.

Warburg, James P. "POINT FOUR." OUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT. n.p.: n.pub., 1949. 64pp.

Ward, Harry F. THE FASCIST INTERNATIONAL. New York: American League Against War and Fascism, March 1937. 7pp.

Ward, Harry F. THE NEUTRALITY ISSUE. New York: American League for Peace and Democracy, December 1937. 8pp.

Ward, Harry F. THE PROFIT MOTIVE. IS IT INDISPENSABLE TO INDUSTRY? New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1924. 44pp.

Ward, Harry F. THE SOVIET SPIRIT. New York: International Publishers, 1944. 160pp.


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Ward, Harry F., and Macleod, A.A. SPAIN'S DEMOCRACY TALKS TO AMERICA. New York: American League Against War and Fascism, October, 1936. 18pp.

Webb, Beatrice. THE DISCOVERY OF THE CONSUMER. New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 32pp.

Webster, R.M. ONE WISE RICH MAN. n.p.: n.p., n.d. 12pp.

Weinman, S. HAWAII. New York: International Pamphlets, 1934. 31pp.

Weir, Ernest T. STATEMENT ON OUR FOREIGN SITUATION. n.p.: n.p., January 5, 1951. 19pp.

Wells, H.G. THE NEW RIGHTS OF MAN: TEXT OF LETTER TO WELLS FROM SOVIET WRITER, WHO PICTURES THE ORDEAL AND RESCUE OF HUMANISTIC CIVILIZATION -- H.G. WELLS' REPLY AND PROGRAM FOR LIBERATED HUMANITY. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942. 30pp.

Welsh, T.J. FACTS AND FIGURES RELATING TO AND CONNECTED WITH THE ATLANTIC PACT. Chicago: World Peace Agency, n.d. 8pp.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN CO-OP MOVEMENT? Minneapolis: Co-op Press, n.d. 19pp.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN CO-OP PRODUCTION? Minneapolis: Co-op Press, n.d. 8pp.

WHAT IS IT? WHO IS IT? WHAT WILL IT DO? Regina, Saskatchewan: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, n.d. 28 pp.

WHAT IS SOCIALISM? n.p.: Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 2pp.

WHAT MAKES THE ECONOMIC WHEELS GO 'ROUND. FOR STUDY AND ACTION. Chicago: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 18pp.

WHAT THE LAST WAR COST. WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN DONE. WHAT WAR MEANS. (A book advertisement.) Glasgow: The Strickland Press, n.d. 1p.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH GERMANY? New York: German American, Incorporated, 1943. 29pp.

WHAT'S AHEAD OF YOU? Washington, DC: Social Democratic Federation, USA, n.d. 6pp.

Wheless, Joseph. THE CHURCH THAT WAS FOUNDED ON LIES AND FORGERIES: CHRISTIAN FRAUDS, FORGERIES AND FAKERIES EXPOSED. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. 87pp.

WHICH WAY WILL AMERICA CHOOSE? Washington, DC: The People's Lobby, Incorporated, n.d. 4pp.

White, David McKelvy. FASCIST SPAIN...AMERICA'S ENEMY. New York: New Century Publishers, Incorporated, March 1945. 24pp.

WHO IS REALLY DRAINING OFF OUR WEALTH? Denver: National Farmers Union Services, n.d. 4pp.

WHO OWNS AMERICA? n.p.: Socialist Labor Party of America, n.d. 4pp.

WHO REALLY BUILDS RURAL COMMUNITIES? SOME FACTS ABOUT "FACTORIES IN THE FIELD" AND FAMILY TYPE FARMERS AND THEIR COOPERATIVES n.p.: National Farmers Union Services, n.d. 4pp.

WHO REALLY GETS THE TAX EXEMPTIONS? Denver: National Farmers Union Services, n.d. 4pp.

WHY A MEAT PACKING STRIKE? Chicago: Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee, n.d. 12pp.

WHY EVERY WORKER SHOULD JOIN THE INTERNATIONAL WORKERS ORDER. New York: International Workers Order, July 1932. 16pp.

WHY FARMERS NEED THE FARMERS UNION AND NEED IT NOW! Des Moines, Iowa: Iowa Farmers Union, n.d, 6pp.

WHY IS LOYALTY NECESSARY IN A COOPERATIVE STORE? New York: The Cooperative League, n.d. 1p.

WHY JOIN THE GRANGE? Springfield, Massachusetts: Grange Publicity Bureau, n.d. 4pp.

WHY WE REFUSED TO REGISTER... New York: Fellowship of Reconciliation; Keep America Out of War Congress; National Council for Prevention of War; Youth Committee Against War; Young People's Socialist League; War Resisters League, n.d. 12pp.

Wieting, C. Maurice. THE PLACE OF CONSUMERS: COOPERATION IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM. (Reprint from The Journal of Educational Sociology, April 1943.) 11pp.

Wiggins, James Edley. WORKERS' NON-PROFIT COOPERATIVES. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1923. 122pp.

Williams, Albert Rhys. THE SOVIETS. Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, n.d. 48pp.

Wilson, James, and Wallace, Henry. AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Des Moines, Iowa: Iowa Department of Agriculture, n.d. 16pp.

Wilson, Walter. AMERICAN LEGION AND CIVIL LIBERTY. New York: American League Against War and Fascism, September 1936. 32pp.

Wolfe, George M. A REPLY TO VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANK'S ANTI-SOCIALIST SPEECH. (In One-Hoss Philosophy, No. 38, July 1906.) 14pp.

Woolf, Leonard S. THE CONTROL OF INDUSTRY BY THE PEOPLE THROUGH THE COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT. New York: The Cooperative League of America, 1920. 20pp.

Work, John M. LET'S BE PRACTICAL. New York: Socialist Party, March 1945. 35pp.

WORK SHEETS FOR ANALYZING COOPERATIVE BUSINESS SUCCESS. FOR STUDY AND ACTION. New York: The Cooperative League of the USA, n.d. 9pp.

WORLD EVENTS. PUBLICATION OFFICE BULLETIN NO. 6. Washington, DC: World Events, n.d. 6pp.

Wright, Archie. FOR HOW LONG -- DOES THE FARMER FEED THEM ALL. Ogdensburg, New York: Farmers Union of the New York Milk Shed, n.d. 12pp

Young, Art. THE SOCIALIST PRIMER. Chicago: Socialist Party of America, 1930. 22pp.


Box 22

Articles of incorporation, constitutions, and by-laws of various farm-related organizations (2 folders)

Correspondence, 1924 -- 1933

2003 Addendum.

Hugh Hardyman letters. Gift of Julie Farias

2 letters to Hardyman from Betty (no last name), dated April 2, 1953 and May 15, 1953 from Tientsin, China

1 letter to Hardyman from Wang Tso-min, dated March 27, from China. 1952. With envelope

2 clippings, apparently sent to Hardyman by John and Sylvia Powell on their indictment on sedition charges. The San Francisco News, April 27, 1956 and the Chicago Sun-Times, April 26, 1956

1 letter to Hugh Hardyman from Sylvia Powell, dated May 30, 1956 about their impending sedition trial

2004 addenda on Hugh Hardyman

First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles. Newsletter. Photocopy of computer printout of web site, http://www.uula.org/building.php

Hardyman, Hugh. The Art of Hitchhiking. Computer printout of web page. http://xroad.virginia.edu/~MA01/White/anthology/hitchhike.html

Photocopiess and clippings relating to the "La Crescenta Incident" involving Hugh Hardyman. 4 items. Gift of Arthur Cobery, 2004.

Rasmussen, Cecilia. "Muckraker's Own Life as Compelling as His Writing". L.A. Then and Now. May 11, 2003. Printout of web page http://www.libertyhill.org/common/news_press/articles/la_then_and_now.htm

 

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