Item 266420. THE WAY OUT: A PROGRAM FOR AMERICAN LABOR: MANIFESTO AND PRINCIPAL RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE EIGHTH CONVENTION OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE U.S.A., HELD IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, APRIL 2-8, 1934

THE WAY OUT: A PROGRAM FOR AMERICAN LABOR: MANIFESTO AND PRINCIPAL RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE EIGHTH CONVENTION OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE U.S.A., HELD IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, APRIL 2-8, 1934

New York: Workers Library Publishers, First Edition. Item #4238

Very Good Condition; ...Party U. S. A. Held in Cleveland, Ohio, April 2-8, 1934. Pamphlet. Olgin was editor of the Morgen Freiheit & other Socialist Yiddish periodicals in the US & Russia. Seidman C441: "The NRA is seen as a strikebreaking agency, and such pending measures as the Wagner and the 30-hour bills are evidence of fascization. The workers are rapidly becomingradicalized, as a wave of militant strikes indicates, despite actions of AFL misleaders. The Party must form opposition groups within the AFL while building the unions of the TUUL. " (P-6-5).

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