The Meaning of Social-Fascism: Its Historical and Theoretical Background

BROWDER, Earl

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New York: Workers Library Publishers, (1933). 24mo. Wraps. 47 p. Seidman B467. [17262]

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"A 'third period' pamphlet, calling socialist parties social-fascist because, while pretending opposition to fascism, they help it come to power. Illustrations from England and Germany are given, and socialist leaders here are attacked for allegedly justifying fascism, supporting World War I, and criticizing the USSR" - Seidman.



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