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Roche, John P.

John P. Roche Collection, 1886-1965.

324 items
Call no.: RB 008

A political scientist, writer, and government consultant, John P. Roche was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on May 7, 1923, the son of a salesman. A liberal Social Democrat and fervent anti-Communist, Roche spent his academic career at Haverford College and Brandeis and Tufts Universities, writing extensively on American foreign policy, constitutional law, and the history of political thought in America, and maintaining a strong interest in the history of the American left. During the 1960s and early 1970s, he served as an adviser to the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations.

The Roche Collection consists of over 300 publications pertaining to the political left in the United States, with a smaller number of works from the radical right and from European Socialists and Communists. Concentrated in the years spanning the Great Depression, the Second World War, and the McCarthy hearings, many of the works were produced by formal political parties in response to particular political campaigns, current events, or social issues, with other works geared primarily toward consciousness raising and general political education on trade unionism, fascism, war and peace, American foreign policy, and freedom of speech and the press.

Background on John P. Roche

A political scientist, writer, and government consultant, John P. Roche was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on May 7, 1923, the son of a salesman. After undergraduate study at Hofstra and war-time service in the Air Force, Roche received his doctorate in political science at Cornell in 1949, and embarked upon an academic career. Following several years at Haverford College (1949-1956), he was appointed to the faculty at Brandeis University, eventually becoming chair of his department and then Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. A liberal Social Democrat and fervent anti-Communist, Roche’s writing and research centered on American foreign policy, constitutional law, and the history of political thought in America, but he maintained a strong interest in the history of the American left generally, and particularly the Socialist and Communist parties. A prolific writer, he was author or editor of more than a dozen books.

In 1961, Roche left Brandeis to pursue a series of fellowships and appointments with such groups as the Rockefeller Foundation and Hudson Institute, and he served as an advisor to the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations. He returned to academia in 1973 as Professor on the School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he remained until his retirement. He died from complications of a stroke on May 6, 1994.

Contents of Collection

The Roche Collection consists of over 300 publications pertaining to the political left in the United States, with a smaller number of works from the radical right and from European Socialists and Communists. Concentrated in the years spanning the Great Depression, the Second World War, and the McCarthy hearings, many of the works were produced by formal political parties in response to particular political campaigns, current events, or social issues, with other works geared primarily toward consciousness raising and general political education on trade unionism, fascism, war and peace, American foreign policy, and freedom of speech and the press. The authors are diverse as the topics, ranging from Father Coughlin’s anti-semitic radio sermons and the screeds of Joseph P. Kamp (Director of the Constitutional Education League) on the far right to Martin Luther King’s Letter from Birmingham City Jail and the writings of Earl Browder, Norman Thomas, David Paul Berenberg, and Rosa Luxemburg on the left.

Collection inventory
Adler, Friedrich, 1879-1960, The witchcraft trial in Moscow
1937
DK266.3 .A2 1937
American Civil Liberties Union., Civil liberty
1935
JC599.U5 S43 1935
American Civil Liberties Union., Shall we defend free speech for Nazis in America?
1934
JC591.A43 S5 1934
American Civil Liberties Union., Who’s un-American?
1935
JC599.U5 43 1935
American Legion, The American Legion and the Communists discuss democracy
1938
JC433 .A5 1938
Amerasia
1937-1947
DS501 .A55
American Socialist Monthly
1936-1937
HX1 .S33 1936
American Socialist Quarterly
1934-1935
HX1 .S33 1934
American Workers Party., Toward an American revolutionary labor movement;
1934
HX89 .A64 1934
Ameringer, Oscar, 1870-1943., Socialism
ca.1930
H86 .A437 1930
Ameringer, Oscar, 1870-1943., The Yankee primer
ca.1933
HX86 .A5 1933
Angell, Norman, Sir, 1874-1967., Raw materials, population pressure and war
1936
HB195 .A55 1936
Aptheker, Herbert, 1915-, Negro slave revolts in the United States, 1526-1860
ca.1939
E447 .A68 1939
Aptheker, Herbert, 1915-, The Negro in the civil war
1938
E453 .A67 1938
Austrian Labor Committee., Austria’s problems after Hitler’s fall.
1943
D829.A9 A8 1943
Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, 1814-1876., Confession
1932
HX915.B3 A23 1932b
Barou, N. (Noah), 1889-1955 ed, The co-operative movement in labour Britain
1948
HD3486 .B34 1948
Benjamin, Herbert, 1898?-1983., A handbook for project workers
1936
HD3881.W67 B4 1936
Berenberg, David Paul, 1890-, A workers’ world
1932, 1931
HX86 .B532 1932
Berenberg, David Paul, 1890-, America at the crossroads
1934
HX86 .B533 1934
Berenberg, David Paul, 1890-, Socialist fundamentals
1932
HX86 .B53 1932
Berkman, Alexander, 1870-1936., A.B.C. of anarchism
1945, 1929
HX833 .B4 1945
Bernal, John Desmond., The way to peace.
1951
JN1129.L32 B4 1951
Berneri, M. L, Workers in Stalin’s Russia
1944
HD8526 .B4 1944
Borghi, Armando., Mussolini, red and black
1938
DG575.M8 B63 1938
Bourne, Randolph Silliman, 1886-1918., The state.
1946
HX844 .B6 1947
British Peace Committee., Peace to the world
194-
JX1961 .B74 P3
Broun, Heywood, 1888-1939., Why I am a socialist
ca.1931
HX86 .B783 1931
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973, Teheran; our path in war and peace
1944
D825 .B72 1944
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973., A message to Catholics.
1938
HX536 .B8 1938
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973., The democratic front for jobs, security, democracy and peace
1938
HX86 .B8 1938
Burnham, Grace M. (Grace Martha), 1889-, Social insurance
1931
HD7091 .B84 1931
Burnham, Grace M. (Grace Martha), 1889-, Work or wages
1930
HD5724 .B75 1930
Burnham, James, 1905-1987., How to fight war
1938
HX545 .B8 1938
Burns, Emile, b. 1889, Abyssinia and Italy
1935
DT387.8 .B8 1935
Burns, Emile, b. 1889, The triumph of communism.
1948
HX276.M33 B8 1948
Cahan, Abraham, 1860-1951, ed., Hear the other side
1934
HX86 .C13 1934
Cameron, William John, 1879-1955., The Ford Sunday evening hour talks …
-1936
PS668 .C35
Cannon, James Patrick, 1890-1974., Socialism on trial;
1949
HX89 .C3 1949
Carolus., Should socialists support Yalta and Frisco
1945
HX89.S6 C4 1945
Le cas Henri Martin
1952
JN3007 .C6 1952
Casey, James, fl. 1935., Hearst
ca.1935
PN4874.H4 C3 1935
Casey, James., The crisis in the Communist Party
ca.1937?
HX84 .C37 1937
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Committee on Socialism and Communism., Communist infiltration in the United States
1946
HX89 .C45 1946
Chandrasekhar, S. (Sripati), 1918-, India and the war.
1941
D754.I4 C45 1941
Claessens, August, 1885-1954., A B C of parliamentary law.
1957
JF515 .C55 1957
Clark, Joseph, 1913-, What’s behind the Berlin crisis
1948
DD257.2 .C52 1948
Cleghorn, Sarah Norcliffe, 1876-1959., Ballad of Gene Debs
1928
PS3505.L58 B3 1928
Cole, Walton Elbert, 1900-, Is Father Coughlin a menace to Americanism?
1939
BX4705.C7795 C6 1939
Collins, Mary., The fight for recovery.
1938
HC106.3 .C6 1938
Committee for the Reinstatement of Professor Edwin Berry Burgum, Academic freedom and New York University
1954
LB2332 .C65 1954
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies., Organized labor’s stake in the war.
ca.1939?
D753.2.U6 C6
The Communist; a Marxist magazine devoted to advancement of democratic thought and action
1932-1941
HX1 .C713
The Communist International
1932-1935
HX1 .C7187 1932
Communist International., Program of the Communist International
1933
HX11.I5 A47 1928b
Communist International. Congress (6th : 1928 : Moscow), The struggle against imperialist war and the tasks of the communists
1932
HX11.I5 A48 1928
Communist International. Congress (6th : 1928 : Moscow), The struggle against imperialist war and the tasks of the communists
1934
HX11.I5 A48 1928b
Communist International. Executive Committee., Theses and resolutions.
1933
HX11.I5 A555 1933
Communist Party of the United States of America (New York). Election Campaign Committee., Platform of struggle for urgent needs of toilers
1934
HX89 .C65 1934
Communist Party of the United States of America., How to organize mass meetings
1939
HX89.C65 H68 1939
Communist Party of the United States of America. , Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States of America
1948
JK2391 .C5 C56 1948
Communist Party of the United States of America. Massachusetts., Jobs, security, democracy and peace.
1938
JK2391.C58 M32 1938
Communist Party of the United States of America. Massachusetts., Platform of the Communist Party, State of Massachusetts
1936
JK2391.C58 M3 1936
Communist Party of the United States of America. National Election Campaign Committee., Communist election platform, 1938
1938
JK2391 .C58 1938
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979, Father Coughlin’s radio sermons;
1931
BX1756.C6 F3 1931
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., What is the truth?
1931
E801 .C68 1931
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., A series of lectures on social justice
1935
HC106.3 .C766 1935
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., A series of lectures on social justice, 1935-1936. … broadcast over a national network.
1936
HC106.3 .C766 1936
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., Father Coughlin’s radio discourses, 1931-1932.
1932
BX1756.C6 F3 1932
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., Lecture
ca.193–
BX1756.C6 L43 1933
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., Meet the money changers’ servants
1936
E743 .C65 1936
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., Sermon[s]
1931-1933
BX1756.C6 N4 1931
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., Sixteen radio lectures
ca.1938
HC106.3 .C77 1938
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979., The Federal Reserve Bank case
1936
BX1756.C68 F43 1936
Council for Democracy., Advance through crisis.
ca.1941
D743.9 .C65 1941
Council for Democracy., Freedom of assembly and anti-democratic groups.
1941
JC607 .C6 1941
Council for Democracy., The Negro and defense
ca.1941
E185.61 .C827 1941
Cowl, Margaret., The Soviet Union
1934
DK267.3 .C68 1934
Critics Group, Dialectics
1937-1939
HX1 .D536
Critics Group, Freville, Jean. What is the Marxist approach to literature? Mirsky, D. S. Walt Whitman: Poet of American Democracy
1937
HX1 .D536 1937 no. 1
Crossman, Richard Howard Stafford, 1907-1974., Socialist foreign policy
1951
HX11 .F25 C7 1951
Democratic National Committee (U.S.), How to win in 1952
1952
JK2312 1952 .A4
Deutsch, Julius, 1884-1968., The civil war in Austria.
1934
DB97 .D4 1934
Dewey, John, 1859-1952., Truth is on the march
1937
DK254.T6 D44 1937
Dewey, John, 1859-1952., Education and the social order.
1934
LC191 .D53 1934
Dimitrov, Georgi, 1882-1949., The united front against fascism and war.
1935
HX40 .D516 1935c
Dimitrov, Georgi, 1882-1949., The war and the working class.
1939
D743.9 .D48 1939
Dimitrov, Georgi, 1882-1949., Working class unity – bulwark against fascism.
1935
HX40 .D53 1935
Drew, George A., Salesman of death: the truth about war makers
1931
JX1974 .D73 1933
Dunne, William F., Why Hearst lies about communism
1935
PN4874.H4 D8 1935c
Duprey, William H., How I got fat looking for starvation in Soviet Russia.
ca.1936
DK267 .D8 1936
Edelman, Marek, 1921-, The ghetto fights.
1946
D765.2.W3 E3 1946
Ehrlich, Henryk, 1882-, The struggle for revolutionary socialism.
1934
HX13.A5 1933 .L3
Engels, Friedrich, 1820-1895., Socialism, utopian and scientific
1945, 1935
HX276 .E55 1945
Epstein, Abraham, 1892-1942., Social security
1937
HD7126 .E6 1937
Fabian Society (Great Britain). International Bureau., Labour and Europe;
1943
HX11 .F32 no. 71
Farrell, James T. (James Thomas), 1904-1979., Truth and myth about America
ca.1949
E749 .F3 1949
Fast, Howard, 1914-, Intellectuals in the fight for peace
1949
HX89 .F3 1949
Feuer, Lewis S., Ethics and Marxism
1951
HX40 .F4 E7 1951
Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947., The income concept in the light of experience
ca.1927?
HB601 .F48 1927
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley., Stool-pigeon
1949
HX89 .F5 1949
Ford, James W., 1893-, War in Africa;
1935
DT387.8 .F6 1935
Forsythe, Robert, 1896-1960., The world gone mad.
1936
HX545 .C8 1936
Foster, LeBaron Russell, 1908-, State regulation of installment selling and financing
ca.1935?
HF5568 .F56 1935
Foster, William Z., 1881-1961., Industrial unionism
1936
HD6508 .F6 1936
Foster, William Z., 1881-1961., Questions and answers on the Piatakov-Radek trial.
1937
DK267 .F655 1937
Foster, William Z., 1881-1961., The crisis in the Socialist Party.
1936
HX89 .F55 1936
Frankfeld, Phil, How should we vote on November 8? The intelligent voter’s guide in Massachusetts
1938
JK2391 .C6 F7 1938
Gasson, Thomas Ignatius, 1859-1930., The meance of Socialism
1911
HX86 .G3 1911
George, Henry, 1862-1916, The menace of privilege;
1905
HN64 .G3 1905
Giovannitti, Arturo M., 1884-1959., Giovannitti’s address to the jury.
1913
KF224.G56 A5 1913
Gorman, Francis J., The fate of trade unions under fascism
1937
HD6476 .G65 1937
Hardie, James Keir, 1856-1915, From serfdom to socialism
1907
HX246 .H3 1907
Hathaway, Clarence Albert, 1892-, Collective security, the road to peace
1938
UA23 .H38 1938
Henderson, Arthur, 1863-1935., Labour’s foreign policy.
1933
JN1129.L32 H4 1933
Herberg, Will., The C.I.O., labor’s new challenge
1937
HD8055.C75 H4 1937
Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933., Foundations of socialism
1934
HX40 .H52 1934
Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933., Should the American workers form a political party of their own?
ca.1932
HD8076 .H5 1932
Hitchcock, Charles C., The socialist argument
1912
HX86 .H67 1912
Hoan, Daniel W. (Daniel Webster), 1881-1961., The failure of regulation
1914
HD2795 .H65 1914
Hook, Sidney, 1902-, Heresy, yes – conspiracy, no!
1952
JC585 .H76 1952
How the war came to America
1917
D619 .H68 1917
The Ideological struggle in the American left.
1963
HX84 .P6 1963
Independent Labor League of America, Why? a labor party
1935
HX89 .I38 1935
Industrial Workers of the World., Songs of the workers
1945
M1977.L3 I38 1945
Institute for International Labor Research, Dominican Republic: a study in the new imperialism
ca.1965?
F1938.55 .I5 1965
International Labor Defense, Ernst Thaelmann, fighter against war and fascism
1935
DD247.T45 I5 1935
International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union., You and your union.
ca.1935 1934
HD6515.G3 I63 1935
Jerome, V. J. (Victor Jeremy), 1896-1965., The path Dimitroff charted
1943
HX362 .J4 1943
Kamp, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1900-, America betrayed
1950
E183.8.C5 K28 1950
Kamp, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1900-, Join the C.I.O. and help build a soviet America
ca.1937
HD8055.C75 K3 1937b
Kamp, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1900-, Native Nazi purge plot
ca.1942
JK1051 .K3 1942
Kamp, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1900-, Strikes and the communists behind them
ca.1947
HX544 .K35 1947
Kamp, Joseph P. (Joseph Peter), 1900-, The fifth column in the South
ca.1940
F215 .K23 1940
Kelso, Harold., Build for socialism!
1934
HX86 .K44 1935
Kenya, African socialism and its application to planning in Kenya
1965
HC517.K4 A4 1965
Kernan, William C. (William Charles), The ghost of Royal Oak
1940
BX4705.C7795 K4 1940
Kettering, Charles Franklin, 1876-, At Ket sees it
1946
PS668 .K47 1944
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968., Letter from Birmingham city jail
ca.1963?
E185.61 .K533 1963
Kommunisticheskaia partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza. 17. s ezd, Moscow, 1934., Resolutions and decisions
1934
JN6598.K58 A48739
Komor, Imre., Ten years of the Communist International
1929
HX11.I5 K58 1929b
Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, kniaz, 1842-1921., An appeal to the young
undated
HX314 .K9
Krueger, Maynard C., 1906-, Inflation;
1934
HG538 .K75 1934
Krzycki, Leo., The unions and the socialists
ca.1933?
HX89 .K7 1933
Kun, Bela, 1886-1939., The February struggle in Austria and its lessons.
1934
DB97 .K8 1934
A labor party for the United States
1936
JF2101.S62 L3 1936
Labour Party (Great Britain). Executive Committee., Challenge to Britain;
1953
HC256.5 .L2 1953
Labour Party (Great Britain). Executive Committee., Reconstruction in war and peace.
1943
HC256.5 .L3 1943
Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884-1970., Public ownership, here and abroad
1931
HD3850 .L25 1931
Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884-1970., The new capitalism and the socialist.
ca.1931
HC106.3 .L27 1931
Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884-1970., Toward a farmer-labor party
ca.1938
JK2265 .L3 1938
Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884-1970., Unemployment and its remedies
ca.1931
HD5724 .L26 1931
Lane, Franklin K., The nation in arms
1917
D619 .L3 1917
Lang, P., Trotskyism and fascism;
1937
DK267 .L313 1937
Lash, Joseph P., War our heritage
ca.1936
JX1953 .L33 1936
Laski, Harold Joseph, 1893-1950., Karl Marx
1933
HB501.M5 L3 1933
Lasswell, James., Shovels and guns
1935
S930 .L37 1935
Lawson, Elizabeth, 1904-, 20 years on the chain gang?
1935
E185.97.H4 L3 1935
League for Industrial Democracy., The future of capitalism and socialism in America
1927
HB501 .L3 1927
League for Industrial Democracy., Twenty years of social pioneering
ca.1926
HX81 .L5 1926
League of American Writers., Writers take sides;
1938
DP269 .L4 1938
Lend, Evelyn., The underground struggle in Germany
1938
DD253 .L38 1938
Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 1870-1924., A letter to American workers
1934
DK254.L3 L5 1934
Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 1870-1924., Lenin and Britain
1949
HC255 .L55 1949
Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 1870-1924., Lenin on Engels
1935
HX276.E6 L4 1935
Letter of an old bolshevik;
ca.1937
DK267 .L42 1937
Letters to liberals on the Soviet Union and the world crisis.
ca.1939 or 40
D639.S6 H663 1939
Levitt, Henry, Why we want peace
1949
D815 .L49 1949
Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1897-, Do we have a stake in this war?
1941
D753 .L45 1941
Lewis, Alfred Baker, 1897-, There is a cure for unemployment
undated
JK2255 .L48
Lewis, John Llewellyn, 1880-1969., Industrial democracy in steel
1936
HD6490.O7 L48 1936
Liebknecht, Wilhelm, 1826-1900., No compromise, no political trading
1919
HX279 .L65 1919
Litwak, A., 1874-1932., New points on the map
1932
HC335.4 .L57 1932
London, Jack, 1876-1916., The dream of Debs.
ca.1935
PS3523.O58 D8
Lovestone, Jay., The people’s front illusion
ca.1937?
HX40 .L537 1937
Lowenthal, Richard, 1908-, What is folksocialism?
1936
HX276 .S54 1936
Lundberg, Ferdinand, 1902-, Who controls industry?
ca.1938
HG181 .L86 1938
Luscomb, Florence H., President Roosevelt admits!
1937
HX89 .L87 1937
Luxemburg, Rosa, 1871-1919., Leninism or Marxism.
1935
HX59 .L813 1935
Luxemburg, Rosa, 1871-1919., Reform or revolution
ca.1937
HX276.B7 L813 1937
Luxemburg, Rosa, 1871-1919., The Russian revolution
1940
DK265 .L882 1940
Magil, A. B. (Abraham Bernard), 1905-, The truth about Father Coughlin
1935
BX4705.C7795 M3 1935d
Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, 1901-1988., Comrade Stalin
1950
DK268.S8 M22 1950
Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, 1901-1988., XXXII anniversary of the great October socialist revolution.
1949
D844 .M3213 1949
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976., Let a hundred flowers bloom
ca.1957?
DS777.55 .M2713 1957
Martov, L., 1873-1923., The state and the socialist revolution
ca.1938
HX314 .M38 1938
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883., Free trade.
1888
HF2105 .M32 1888
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883., Manifesto of the communist party
1952
HX276 .M3 1952
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883., Manifesto of the Communist Party.
1937
HX276 .M3 1939
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883., The civil war in France;
1933
DC312 .M3 1933
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883., Value, price and profit
ca.1935
HB771 .M3 1935
Matthews, J. B. (Joseph Brown), 1894-, Disarmament and the world crisis
1932
JX1974 .M37 1932
Matthews, J. B. (Joseph Brown), 1894-, Fascism
ca.1934
JC481 .M3 1934
Melish Defense Committee., The Melish case
1947
BX5995.M4 M42 1949
Melish, William Howard, 1910-, A churchman examines American-Soviet relations
ca.1948?
E183.8.S6 M4 1948
Memorial services upon the seventy-fourth birthday of Wendell Phillips
1886
E449 .P5547 1886
Mif, P. (Pavel), 1901-, Heroic China
1937
JQ1519.A5 C5356 1937b
Miles, pseud., Socialism’s new beginning
ca.1934
HX276 .M56 1934b
Moe, Finn., Does Norwegian labor seek the middle way?
1937
JN691 .M6 1937
Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich, 1890-, The meaning of the Soviet-German non-aggression pact
1940
DD253 .M642 1939
Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich, 1890-, The success of the five year plan.
1931
HC335 .M54 1931c
Morrison, Herbert, 1888-1965., A labor party versus fascism
1936
HC15 .M6 1936
Mugglebee, Ruth, 1903-, Father Coughlin of the Shrine of the Little Flower;
1933
BX4705.C7795 M7 1933
National Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa., Tampa–tar and terror.
1935
F319.T2 C6 1935
National Committee for the Defense of Civil Rights in Tampa., Terror in Tampa.
ca.1937?
F319.T2 C62 1937
National Educational Committee for a New Party., Ideas for a new party
1946
JK2391 .N375 1946
National Maritime Union, CIO, Bring GI’s home
1945
D810.V47 B75 1945
Nearing, Scott, 1883-, Europe – west and east
ca.1934?
HC240 .N4 1935
Nearing, Scott, 1883-, Irrepressible America
1922
HC106.3 .N4 1922
Nearing, Scott, 1883-, The American empire
1921
HC106 .N6 1906d
Nearing, Scott, 1883-, The coal question.
ca.1918
HD9546 .N4 1918
Nearing, Scott, 1883- defendant, The trial of Scott Nearing and the American Socialist Society.
ca.1919
HX84.N4 A5 1919
Nelson, George A., Farmers, where are we going?
1934
HD1765 .N4 1934
Neumann, Franz L. (Franz Leopold), 1900-1954., European trade unionism and politics
1936
HD6792 .N4 1936
Non-Partisan Labor Defense, What is the Non-Partisan Labor Defense?
ca.1935
HS2330 .N6 193-
Nuorteva, Santeri., An open letter to American liberals
1918
E183.8.R9 N8 1918
Ogolny Zydowski Zwiazek Robotniczy Bund w Polsce. American Representation., The case of Henryk Erlich and Victor Alter
1943
DK4420.E4 O3 1943
Olgin, Moissaye J. (Moissaye Joseph), 1874-1939., Why communism?
1934
HX86 .O5 1934b
Olgin, Moissaye J. (Moissaye Joseph), 1874-1939., Why communism?
1935
HX86 .O5 1935
Oneal, James, b. 1875., The Austrian civil war
1934
DB97 .O7 1934
Oneal, James, b. 1875., The workers in American history
1921
HN57 .O7 1921
Page, Kirby, 1890-1957., The sword or the cross.
1922
BR115.W2 P25 1922
Pannekoek, Anton, 1873-1960., Marxism and Darwinism
1912
HX299 .P32 1912
Pathfinder – The town journal
undated
JK2255 .P37
Penley, Howard, Profit for who?
1938
HX84 .A2 P46 1938
Penn and Hammer, Don’t take it lying down
1933
HD5707.5 .N3 1933
Pickard, Walt., The Burlington dynamite plot
ca.1935
F249.B95 P5 1935
Plekhanov, Georgii Valentinovich, 1856-1918., Art and society.
1937
N72.S6 P6 1937
Poems for a dime.
PS583 .P64
Porter, Paul R. (Paul Robert), 1908-, The commonwealth plan
ca.1934
JK2391.S6 P67 1934
Pritt, D. N. (Denis Nowell), 1887-, The State Department and the cold war;
1948
D754.R9 P7 1948
Rappoport, Charles, 1865-1941., Jean Jaures, l’homme, le penseur, le socialiste.
1925
DC342.8.J4 R3 1925
Revolutionary Socialist Congress (1938 : Paris), A new hope for world socialism.
ca.1938?
HX13 .R4 1938
Richards, W. H., Socialism explained;
1932
HX86 .R5 1932
Russell, Bertrand, The meaning of Marx
ca.1934
HX39.5 .M4 1934
Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941., Why I am a socialist
ca.1910
HX86 .R96 1910
Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee., Financial report of the Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee
1925
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1930
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1936
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1950
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1933
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1932
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1939
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1939
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1949
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1932
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1937
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1935
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1938
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ca.1935
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1933
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1936
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Socialist Party of Great Britain. Executive Committee., War and the working class.
1936
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1937
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Socialist Union., Socialism and foreign policy.
1953
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Socialist Union., Socialism.
1952
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Socialist Vanguard Group., The future of international socialism ..
1943
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Solomon, Charles., Karl Marx or Thomas Jefferson?
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JK2391.B3 K3 1931
Solomon, Charles., The Albany trial
ca.1920
JK3480 1920.W7 S6
Solow, Herbert., Union-smashing in Sacramento.
1935
HD6515.A52 S67 1935
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1937
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Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union, The Disinherited speak
ca.1937?
HD1485.S68 D57 1937
Spivak, John Louis, 1897-, Shrine of the silver dollar
1940
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1950
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1954
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ca.1941
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1947
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ca.1939?
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1936
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1942
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1939
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1936
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1932
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ca.1936
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1917
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1917
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1917
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1936
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1935
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1947
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1937
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DK267 .R32 1937
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1936
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1934
HX86 .W64 1934
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1933
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1937
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1943
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1913
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1935
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1947
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Gift of John P. Roche, 1964.

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Cite as: John P. Roche Collection (RB 008). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

Subjects

  • Communism
  • Fascism
  • Pacifism
  • Socialism
  • United States--Foreign policy--20th century
  • World War, 1939-1945

Contributors

  • Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
  • Roche, John P.
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