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The Resource US Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part I : Left Opposition in the United States. Dissident Marxism in the United States: Volume 2

US Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part I : Left Opposition in the United States. Dissident Marxism in the United States: Volume 2

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US Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part I : Left Opposition in the United States. Dissident Marxism in the United States: Volume 2
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US Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part I
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Left Opposition in the United States. Dissident Marxism in the United States: Volume 2
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  • Palmer, Bryan D
  • Bias, Thomas
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  • Intro -- ‎Contents -- ‎Preface to the Documentary Trilogy on US Trotskyism -- ‎Acknowledgements -- ‎Chapter 1. Introduction: Left Opposition in the United States (Le Blanc) -- ‎The Central Figure -- ‎The Collective Project -- ‎Culture Clash -- ‎Diversity and Complications -- ‎Limitations and Strengths -- ‎Chapter 2. Communist League of America (Palmer) -- ‎1. For the Russian Opposition! Against Opportunism and Bureaucracy in The Workers (Communist) Party -- ‎2. What is Wrong with the Communist Party? -- ‎How Did the Present Leadership of the RCP Attain Such Power? -- ‎How is the RCP and All Other Communist Parties Controlled by One Faction -- ‎How is This Unanimity in All Communist Parties Brought About? -- ‎Lovestone and Losofsky -- ‎The Control of Party Members in Soviet Russia -- ‎Revolutionary Methods Must Adapt Themselves to Different Stages of the Work -- ‎The Trotsky Opposition -- ‎Is Trotsky a Menace to the Communist Party? -- ‎Stalin Says: 'Communists are Too Independent to be Controlled by Moscow' -- ‎3. Tasks of the American Opposition -- ‎4. The Cult of the 'Third Period' -- ‎Juggling with 'Periods' -- ‎A 'New Line' for a 'New Period' -- ‎The Comintern Rights -- ‎Ultra-Left Adventurism of Centrists -- ‎Class against Class -- ‎5. United Front on Unemployment: An Open Letter to the Communist Party -- ‎Hoover's Promises -- ‎Economic Cycles of Capitalist Production -- ‎Present Status of Working Class Movement -- ‎From Wrong Estimates Flow Wrong Conclusions -- ‎Playing into the Hands of Reformism -- ‎What Must be Done? -- ‎6. 'The Red Army Sings the International Sometimes When It is Not Absolutely Necessary' -- ‎7. 'The Knife is at Their Throat' -- ‎8. Unite to Smash Fascism! Forward to Communist Unity and Common Action of All Working-Class Organizations -- ‎So-called United Front Proposals -- ‎Proposals of Manifesto
  • ‎The Soviet Union is in Danger! -- ‎For Communist Unity -- ‎9. For A New Party and a New International -- ‎American Perspectives -- ‎Fundamental Principles -- ‎For Revolutionary Internationalism - Against the Theory of Socialism in One Country -- ‎Defense of the Soviet Union -- ‎The United Front -- ‎Trade Union Policy -- ‎Against the Right-Wing Apologists of Stalinism -- ‎Party Democracy -- ‎Forces for the New Party -- ‎Chapter 3. Building Revolutionary Forces (Le Blanc) -- ‎1. The Workers Party is Founded -- ‎2. Letter to Ruth Querio -- ‎3. Marxist Politics or Unprincipled Combinationism? -- ‎Introduction -- ‎Two Lines in the Fusion -- ‎The Workers Party up to the June Plenum -- ‎The Origin of the Weber Group -- ‎A Final Note: The Muste Group -- ‎Conclusion -- ‎4. Workers Party Calls All Revolutionary Workers to Join the Socialist Party -- ‎Turning Point at Detroit -- ‎The Question of War -- ‎The Break with the Old Guard -- ‎Degeneration of the Communist Party -- ‎Party Democracy -- ‎5. The Crisis in the Party -- ‎Stalinists 'Help' Us -- ‎Stalinist Cure for SP -- ‎The Paul Porter Pamphlet -- ‎The Massachusetts Liquidators -- ‎The Altman Group -- ‎The Clarity Group -- ‎The Perspective of the Appeal -- ‎Chapter 4. Founding the Socialist Workers Party (Bias) -- ‎1. The New Party is Founded -- ‎2. Declaration of Principles -- ‎Part I -- ‎Part II -- ‎Part III -- ‎3. The Internal Situation and the Character of the Party -- ‎4. Constitution of the Socialist Workers Party -- ‎Article I. Name -- ‎Article II. Purpose -- ‎Article III. International Affiliation -- ‎Article IV. Membership -- ‎Article V. Units of Organization -- ‎Article VI. Administration -- ‎Article VII. Young People's Socialist League -- ‎Article VIII. Initiation Fees and Dues -- ‎Article IX. Discipline -- ‎Article X. Qualifications for Elections -- ‎Article XI. National Conventions
  • ‎Article XII. Amendments -- ‎Article XIII. Press -- ‎Chapter 5. Labour Struggles (Palmer) -- ‎1. The End of The New York Hotel Strike -- ‎Left Wing Fights to Rebuild Amalgamated Union -- ‎Discrimination against Strike Militants -- ‎NRA and the Strike Leadership -- ‎The Left Wing Organizes -- ‎Rebuild the Amalgamated -- ‎2. Minneapolis and Its Meaning -- ‎3. Labor Marshalls Forces for Banner May Day -- ‎Before the Crisis -- ‎Short Cut Proves a Trap -- ‎Radical Thought Gaining -- ‎The Wrong Way -- ‎Against False Shibboleths -- ‎For a Workers' World -- ‎4. Roosevelt Steals Labor Party Thunder -- ‎Labor Chiefs Use New Deal as Safety-Valve -- ‎Raw Deal for Auto Workers -- ‎No Serious Labor Party Swing -- ‎Local Bodies Powerless -- ‎FD's Eye on 1936 -- ‎No Labor Party Wanted Now -- ‎5. Deeper into the Unions -- ‎6. Labor Unity - A New Stage -- ‎Roosevelt and Labor Unity -- ‎Future of the CIO -- ‎Labor against Fascism -- ‎The Unemployed -- ‎Summary -- ‎7. The Unions and Politics -- ‎AF of L Policy -- ‎CIO and Labor's Non-partisan League -- ‎For an Independent Labor Party -- ‎8. 'If You are Afraid, You Lose Your Independence' -- ‎Chapter 6. 'The Negro Question' (Bias) -- ‎1. Work among Negroes -- ‎2. Trifling with the Negro Question -- ‎3. The Negro and the Class Struggle -- ‎The Problem of Labor Power -- ‎The New Role of the Negro -- ‎4. The Negro Question in America -- ‎5. Shifts in the Negro Question -- ‎6. Preliminary Notes on the Negro Question -- ‎I. -- ‎II. -- ‎III. -- ‎IV. -- ‎7. The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North America -- ‎8. The Destiny of the Negro -- ‎Negroes in African Civilization -- ‎The Ghana Empire -- ‎The High-water Mark -- ‎Emancipation from Slavery and the Destruction of Feudalism -- ‎Europe's First Dealings with Africa -- ‎Capitalists Make Their Revolution -- ‎An End to Slavery
  • ‎Negro in the French Revolution -- ‎The Destiny of the Negro -- ‎The Bourgeois Revolutions -- ‎A New Need for Africa -- ‎9. The SWP and Negro Work -- ‎Negroes Often Deceived -- ‎Nationalist Tendencies -- ‎For a Negro Organization -- ‎Chapter 7. Confronting Stalinism (Pollack) -- ‎1. 'At the Sixth World Congress' -- ‎2. The Dog Days of the Left Opposition -- ‎Faction or Party? -- ‎The Propaganda Task -- ‎'Third Period' Policies -- ‎Hard Times -- ‎The Old Print Shop -- ‎3. 'The Decay of the Stalinist Party' -- ‎4. Communists Play 'Follow the Leader' -- ‎Convention Adds Nothing New -- ‎A Combination That Terrifies -- ‎Bourgeois Democracy versus Fascism -- ‎Revolutionary Phrases Retained -- ‎Zig-Zag Policy -- ‎5. The Dewey Commission -- ‎6. Revolution and Counter-revolution in Russia -- ‎Chapter 8. Political Complications (Le Blanc) -- ‎1. Footnote for Historians -- ‎2. Intellectuals in Retreat -- ‎Part I: Introduction -- ‎The Frying Pan of the Intellectuals -- ‎When is a Program a Program? -- ‎Part II: The Formal Program of the Anti-Stalinist Intellectuals -- ‎A Question of Tone -- ‎Dialectical Materialism as Whipping Boy -- ‎Against 'One-Party Dictatorships' -- ‎Lenin is the Father of Stalin -- ‎In Summary -- ‎Part III: The Actual Program -- ‎Straws in the Wind -- ‎The New Leader's Dress Parade -- ‎Emily Post in the House of the Hanged -- ‎The League of Abandoned Hopes -- ‎Where the Road Ends -- ‎Part IV: What to Do? -- ‎For a Reorientation -- ‎Chapter 9. Ruptures, 1939-40 (Pollack) -- ‎1. The Struggle for a Proletarian Party -- ‎1. What the Discussion Has Revealed -- ‎2. A New Stage in the Development of American Trotskyism -- ‎3. Their Method and Ours -- ‎4. The Organization Question -- ‎5. The Intellectuals and the Workers -- ‎2. The War and Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎1. The Origin of the Party Crisis -- ‎2. The War and the Party Crisis
  • ‎4. The Nature of Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎5. Bureaucratic Conservatism in Action -- ‎7. The Clique and Its Leader -- ‎8. Cannon's 'Theory of Crises' -- ‎9. The Sterility of Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎10. The Alternative -- ‎3. Speech on the Russian Question -- ‎A Sharp Dividing Line -- ‎The Importance of Theory -- ‎Defensism and Defeatism -- ‎'Conservatism' on the Russian Question -- ‎The Class Forces -- ‎The Decisive Criterion -- ‎The Danger of a False Position -- ‎The Stalin-Hitler Pact -- ‎The Invasion of Poland -- ‎The Invasion of Finland -- ‎Foreseen in Program of Fourth International -- ‎4. From a Scratch - To the Danger of Gangrene -- ‎The Philosophic Bloc against Marxism -- ‎The Abstract and the Concrete -- Economics and Politics -- ‎'Concentrated Economics' -- ‎Comparison with Bourgeois Wars -- ‎Conjunctural Defeatism, or Columbus and the Egg -- ‎5. Open Letter to James Burnham -- ‎Is There Logic in Identifying Logic with Religion? -- ‎'Science' against Marxism and 'Experiments' against Program -- ‎Theoretical Bewilderment and Political Abstentionism -- ‎The Petty-Bourgeoisie and Centralism -- ‎Conclusions -- ‎6. Science and Style: A Reply to Comrade Trotsky -- ‎The Skeleton Undraped -- ‎Dialectics as a Red Herring -- ‎What are the Issues? -- ‎7. Resolutions of the SWP National Convention -- ‎A. The Organizational Principles upon Which the Party was Founded -- ‎B. The Organizational Conclusions of the Present Discussion -- ‎C. Resolution on Discipline -- ‎D. Supplementary Resolution on the Organizational Question -- ‎8. Post-convention Reports and Decisions -- ‎A. The Convention of the Socialist Workers Party [Report] -- ‎B. The Suspension of the Burnham-Shachtman-Abern Group (Statement of the National Committee) -- ‎C. The Expulsion of the Shachtman-Abern Group [Report] -- ‎9. Exit Letter
  • ‎Chapter 10. Holding the Line: Smith Act Trial (Palmer)
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  • Intro -- ‎Contents -- ‎Preface to the Documentary Trilogy on US Trotskyism -- ‎Acknowledgements -- ‎Chapter 1. Introduction: Left Opposition in the United States (Le Blanc) -- ‎The Central Figure -- ‎The Collective Project -- ‎Culture Clash -- ‎Diversity and Complications -- ‎Limitations and Strengths -- ‎Chapter 2. Communist League of America (Palmer) -- ‎1. For the Russian Opposition! Against Opportunism and Bureaucracy in The Workers (Communist) Party -- ‎2. What is Wrong with the Communist Party? -- ‎How Did the Present Leadership of the RCP Attain Such Power? -- ‎How is the RCP and All Other Communist Parties Controlled by One Faction -- ‎How is This Unanimity in All Communist Parties Brought About? -- ‎Lovestone and Losofsky -- ‎The Control of Party Members in Soviet Russia -- ‎Revolutionary Methods Must Adapt Themselves to Different Stages of the Work -- ‎The Trotsky Opposition -- ‎Is Trotsky a Menace to the Communist Party? -- ‎Stalin Says: 'Communists are Too Independent to be Controlled by Moscow' -- ‎3. Tasks of the American Opposition -- ‎4. The Cult of the 'Third Period' -- ‎Juggling with 'Periods' -- ‎A 'New Line' for a 'New Period' -- ‎The Comintern Rights -- ‎Ultra-Left Adventurism of Centrists -- ‎Class against Class -- ‎5. United Front on Unemployment: An Open Letter to the Communist Party -- ‎Hoover's Promises -- ‎Economic Cycles of Capitalist Production -- ‎Present Status of Working Class Movement -- ‎From Wrong Estimates Flow Wrong Conclusions -- ‎Playing into the Hands of Reformism -- ‎What Must be Done? -- ‎6. 'The Red Army Sings the International Sometimes When It is Not Absolutely Necessary' -- ‎7. 'The Knife is at Their Throat' -- ‎8. Unite to Smash Fascism! Forward to Communist Unity and Common Action of All Working-Class Organizations -- ‎So-called United Front Proposals -- ‎Proposals of Manifesto
  • ‎The Soviet Union is in Danger! -- ‎For Communist Unity -- ‎9. For A New Party and a New International -- ‎American Perspectives -- ‎Fundamental Principles -- ‎For Revolutionary Internationalism - Against the Theory of Socialism in One Country -- ‎Defense of the Soviet Union -- ‎The United Front -- ‎Trade Union Policy -- ‎Against the Right-Wing Apologists of Stalinism -- ‎Party Democracy -- ‎Forces for the New Party -- ‎Chapter 3. Building Revolutionary Forces (Le Blanc) -- ‎1. The Workers Party is Founded -- ‎2. Letter to Ruth Querio -- ‎3. Marxist Politics or Unprincipled Combinationism? -- ‎Introduction -- ‎Two Lines in the Fusion -- ‎The Workers Party up to the June Plenum -- ‎The Origin of the Weber Group -- ‎A Final Note: The Muste Group -- ‎Conclusion -- ‎4. Workers Party Calls All Revolutionary Workers to Join the Socialist Party -- ‎Turning Point at Detroit -- ‎The Question of War -- ‎The Break with the Old Guard -- ‎Degeneration of the Communist Party -- ‎Party Democracy -- ‎5. The Crisis in the Party -- ‎Stalinists 'Help' Us -- ‎Stalinist Cure for SP -- ‎The Paul Porter Pamphlet -- ‎The Massachusetts Liquidators -- ‎The Altman Group -- ‎The Clarity Group -- ‎The Perspective of the Appeal -- ‎Chapter 4. Founding the Socialist Workers Party (Bias) -- ‎1. The New Party is Founded -- ‎2. Declaration of Principles -- ‎Part I -- ‎Part II -- ‎Part III -- ‎3. The Internal Situation and the Character of the Party -- ‎4. Constitution of the Socialist Workers Party -- ‎Article I. Name -- ‎Article II. Purpose -- ‎Article III. International Affiliation -- ‎Article IV. Membership -- ‎Article V. Units of Organization -- ‎Article VI. Administration -- ‎Article VII. Young People's Socialist League -- ‎Article VIII. Initiation Fees and Dues -- ‎Article IX. Discipline -- ‎Article X. Qualifications for Elections -- ‎Article XI. National Conventions
  • ‎Article XII. Amendments -- ‎Article XIII. Press -- ‎Chapter 5. Labour Struggles (Palmer) -- ‎1. The End of The New York Hotel Strike -- ‎Left Wing Fights to Rebuild Amalgamated Union -- ‎Discrimination against Strike Militants -- ‎NRA and the Strike Leadership -- ‎The Left Wing Organizes -- ‎Rebuild the Amalgamated -- ‎2. Minneapolis and Its Meaning -- ‎3. Labor Marshalls Forces for Banner May Day -- ‎Before the Crisis -- ‎Short Cut Proves a Trap -- ‎Radical Thought Gaining -- ‎The Wrong Way -- ‎Against False Shibboleths -- ‎For a Workers' World -- ‎4. Roosevelt Steals Labor Party Thunder -- ‎Labor Chiefs Use New Deal as Safety-Valve -- ‎Raw Deal for Auto Workers -- ‎No Serious Labor Party Swing -- ‎Local Bodies Powerless -- ‎FD's Eye on 1936 -- ‎No Labor Party Wanted Now -- ‎5. Deeper into the Unions -- ‎6. Labor Unity - A New Stage -- ‎Roosevelt and Labor Unity -- ‎Future of the CIO -- ‎Labor against Fascism -- ‎The Unemployed -- ‎Summary -- ‎7. The Unions and Politics -- ‎AF of L Policy -- ‎CIO and Labor's Non-partisan League -- ‎For an Independent Labor Party -- ‎8. 'If You are Afraid, You Lose Your Independence' -- ‎Chapter 6. 'The Negro Question' (Bias) -- ‎1. Work among Negroes -- ‎2. Trifling with the Negro Question -- ‎3. The Negro and the Class Struggle -- ‎The Problem of Labor Power -- ‎The New Role of the Negro -- ‎4. The Negro Question in America -- ‎5. Shifts in the Negro Question -- ‎6. Preliminary Notes on the Negro Question -- ‎I. -- ‎II. -- ‎III. -- ‎IV. -- ‎7. The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North America -- ‎8. The Destiny of the Negro -- ‎Negroes in African Civilization -- ‎The Ghana Empire -- ‎The High-water Mark -- ‎Emancipation from Slavery and the Destruction of Feudalism -- ‎Europe's First Dealings with Africa -- ‎Capitalists Make Their Revolution -- ‎An End to Slavery
  • ‎Negro in the French Revolution -- ‎The Destiny of the Negro -- ‎The Bourgeois Revolutions -- ‎A New Need for Africa -- ‎9. The SWP and Negro Work -- ‎Negroes Often Deceived -- ‎Nationalist Tendencies -- ‎For a Negro Organization -- ‎Chapter 7. Confronting Stalinism (Pollack) -- ‎1. 'At the Sixth World Congress' -- ‎2. The Dog Days of the Left Opposition -- ‎Faction or Party? -- ‎The Propaganda Task -- ‎'Third Period' Policies -- ‎Hard Times -- ‎The Old Print Shop -- ‎3. 'The Decay of the Stalinist Party' -- ‎4. Communists Play 'Follow the Leader' -- ‎Convention Adds Nothing New -- ‎A Combination That Terrifies -- ‎Bourgeois Democracy versus Fascism -- ‎Revolutionary Phrases Retained -- ‎Zig-Zag Policy -- ‎5. The Dewey Commission -- ‎6. Revolution and Counter-revolution in Russia -- ‎Chapter 8. Political Complications (Le Blanc) -- ‎1. Footnote for Historians -- ‎2. Intellectuals in Retreat -- ‎Part I: Introduction -- ‎The Frying Pan of the Intellectuals -- ‎When is a Program a Program? -- ‎Part II: The Formal Program of the Anti-Stalinist Intellectuals -- ‎A Question of Tone -- ‎Dialectical Materialism as Whipping Boy -- ‎Against 'One-Party Dictatorships' -- ‎Lenin is the Father of Stalin -- ‎In Summary -- ‎Part III: The Actual Program -- ‎Straws in the Wind -- ‎The New Leader's Dress Parade -- ‎Emily Post in the House of the Hanged -- ‎The League of Abandoned Hopes -- ‎Where the Road Ends -- ‎Part IV: What to Do? -- ‎For a Reorientation -- ‎Chapter 9. Ruptures, 1939-40 (Pollack) -- ‎1. The Struggle for a Proletarian Party -- ‎1. What the Discussion Has Revealed -- ‎2. A New Stage in the Development of American Trotskyism -- ‎3. Their Method and Ours -- ‎4. The Organization Question -- ‎5. The Intellectuals and the Workers -- ‎2. The War and Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎1. The Origin of the Party Crisis -- ‎2. The War and the Party Crisis
  • ‎4. The Nature of Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎5. Bureaucratic Conservatism in Action -- ‎7. The Clique and Its Leader -- ‎8. Cannon's 'Theory of Crises' -- ‎9. The Sterility of Bureaucratic Conservatism -- ‎10. The Alternative -- ‎3. Speech on the Russian Question -- ‎A Sharp Dividing Line -- ‎The Importance of Theory -- ‎Defensism and Defeatism -- ‎'Conservatism' on the Russian Question -- ‎The Class Forces -- ‎The Decisive Criterion -- ‎The Danger of a False Position -- ‎The Stalin-Hitler Pact -- ‎The Invasion of Poland -- ‎The Invasion of Finland -- ‎Foreseen in Program of Fourth International -- ‎4. From a Scratch - To the Danger of Gangrene -- ‎The Philosophic Bloc against Marxism -- ‎The Abstract and the Concrete -- Economics and Politics -- ‎'Concentrated Economics' -- ‎Comparison with Bourgeois Wars -- ‎Conjunctural Defeatism, or Columbus and the Egg -- ‎5. Open Letter to James Burnham -- ‎Is There Logic in Identifying Logic with Religion? -- ‎'Science' against Marxism and 'Experiments' against Program -- ‎Theoretical Bewilderment and Political Abstentionism -- ‎The Petty-Bourgeoisie and Centralism -- ‎Conclusions -- ‎6. Science and Style: A Reply to Comrade Trotsky -- ‎The Skeleton Undraped -- ‎Dialectics as a Red Herring -- ‎What are the Issues? -- ‎7. Resolutions of the SWP National Convention -- ‎A. The Organizational Principles upon Which the Party was Founded -- ‎B. The Organizational Conclusions of the Present Discussion -- ‎C. Resolution on Discipline -- ‎D. Supplementary Resolution on the Organizational Question -- ‎8. Post-convention Reports and Decisions -- ‎A. The Convention of the Socialist Workers Party [Report] -- ‎B. The Suspension of the Burnham-Shachtman-Abern Group (Statement of the National Committee) -- ‎C. The Expulsion of the Shachtman-Abern Group [Report] -- ‎9. Exit Letter
  • ‎Chapter 10. Holding the Line: Smith Act Trial (Palmer)
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