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No. 1 (October, 1978), No. 2 (January, 1979), No. 3 (undated), No. 4 (undated), Second Congress Special - Nov., 1979, Autumn, 1981, Winter, 1982, Autumn, 1982. Journal issued in London. The New Communist Party was founded in 1977 "because it was felt that the Communist Party of Great Britain, having..... 
Vol. XXIX, No. 13 (December 21 1938). This issue contains "Franco's New 'Last Drive'" by Edwin Rolfe, "Felix Frankfurter on Justice Holmes" by Leonard Boudin, "The Bauhaus Exhibition" by Elizabeth Noble, "Elmer Rice on Americanism" by Ruth McKenney, contributions by Joseph Starobin, James Neugass, Richard H. Rovere, Marguerite Young, Samuel..... 
Vol. XXX, No. 3 (January 10 1939). This issue contains "Tom Mooney's Day" by Michael Gold, "Offensive in Spain" by Sam Russell, "Nazi Lullaby: A Poem" by Arthur M. Saxe, "Faster, Farther, Higher" by Lucien Zacharoff, "Salvation Home: A Short Story" by Meridel LeSueur, etc. With illus. & cartoons by..... 
Vol. XXXVI, No. 10 (August 27, 1940). This issue contains Ruth McKenney on Sacco & Vanzetti, "Hollywood Blitzsmear" by Samuel Ornitz, Ed Falkowski on the Llano Cooperative Colony (in a review of "Can We Cooperate?" by Bob Brown) + material by Joseph North, William Gropper, Alvah Bessie, et al.... 
Vol. 1, No. 1 (ca. March 1, 1948) thru (Vol. 2, No. 17) October 24, 1949. Unbroken run of 44 issues of this bi-weekly mimeographed bulletin issued by the Communist Workers Committee (Provisional) of New York City, a post-War left split from the Communist Party. This obscure group, whose contact..... 
May, 1958, June, 1958, July, 1958, August, 1958 & December, 1958. Five issues of this idiosyncratic pro-Soviet magazine edited in Toronto by Dyson Carter. Its contents are a strange amalgam of paeans of praise to Communism as practiced in the U.S.S.R. and assorted oddments - titles of articles listed on..... 
Hollywood, Calif.: American Russian Institute, (1948). 8vo. Wraps. 22 p. Contains the "Resolution of the Central Committee of the CPSU on the Opera 'Great Friendship' by V. Muradeli, February 10, 1948." The resolution condemned the opera while noting, in the words of this pamphlet's preface, that its "artistic shortcomings were.....