The Paul LeBlanc Papers contain a variety of left-leaning, typically socialist, publications such as newspapers, magazines and newsletters. The publications are mostly domestic but foreign publications are also included. The Nation, The Guardian, Against the Current, International Socialist Review, Socialist Action and Socialist Challenge are among the most popular publications in the collection. The collection also contains Information and Discussion Bulletins published by the F.I.T., Socialist Action, Socialists Workers Party and Solidarity. Additionally, there are many flyers, bulletins and pamphlets from other organizations, many pertaining to anti-intervention and anti-war causes. The collection also contains documents and correspondence pertaining to the F.I.T. Included are meeting minutes, proposals, resolutions and correspondence between fellow members and members of other organizations. This material shows the evolution of the F.I.T. and its relationships with Solidarity, Socialist Action and Socialist Workers Party. There is also a concentration of material that focuses on the F.I.T. publication Bulletin in Defense of Marxism. LeBlanc's professional and academic material is also part of this collection. His research material is included, as well as a number of his articles. The collection contains drafts and the final versions of his writings. There are also many other articles and manuscripts, presumably written by colleagues and friends, that LeBlanc acquired and reviewed. LeBlanc also collected a variety of other articles and newspaper articles on topics such as politics, political theory, labor movements and free trade.