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Papers, 1917-1969.

Author: Max Shachtman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers include international organizational bulletins, correspondence, notes, clippings, cartoons, lithographs and manuscripts. Shachtman's activities as leader of the American Communist Party, the Socialist Workers Party, the Workers Party, the Independent Socialist League and the Socialist Party are documented. Also included are research notes for his history of the Communist International, personal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bulletins
Clippings
Cartoons
Lithographs
Manuscripts (for publication)
Named Person: Leon Trotsky; Natalii︠a︡ Ivanovna Trot︠s︡kai︠a︡; Alfred Rosmer; John Reed; Norman Thomas; Michael Harrington; Erich Fromm; Abraham John Muste; Max Eastman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Max Shachtman
OCLC Number: 477857001
Description: 21.5 linear ft. (51 boxes)
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The papers include international organizational bulletins, correspondence, notes, clippings, cartoons, lithographs and manuscripts. Shachtman's activities as leader of the American Communist Party, the Socialist Workers Party, the Workers Party, the Independent Socialist League and the Socialist Party are documented. Also included are research notes for his history of the Communist International, personal correspondence, an unpublished manuscript of Alfred Rosmer's memoirs of John Reed and a collection of German leaflets tracing the debate between the Nazis, the Communist Party, the Social Democrats and the German Trotskyists. Prominent correspondents include Norman Thomas, Natalia Sedova Trotsky, Erich Fromm, A.J. Muste and Max Eastman.

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