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This file contains 181 entries. All entries are arranged by main entry, title, and date of publication. Permission from the American Civil Liberties Union to digitize pamphlets still under copyright is gratefully acknowledged.


A. Philip Randolph Institute. A "Freedom Budget" for All Americans; Budgeting Our Resources, 1966-1975, to Achieve "Freedom from Want." New York: A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1966. 84 pp. Pamphlet A639 .F7 1966p.

Aalbu, R. M. Deadlocked: They Story of the Tax Fight in the 1937 Regular Session of the Minnesota Legislature. Thief River Falls, Minn.: Forum Pub. Co., c1937. 29 pp. Pamphlet A112 .D4 1937p.

Abakumov, Egor Trofimovich. The Moscow Subway. Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1939. 24 pp. Pamphlet A116.8 .M6 1939p. PDF

Abbott, William L. Our Union Heritage. Akron, Ohio: Distributed by URW Education Dept., <1964>. 32 pp. Pamphlet A134 .O9 1964p.

Abel-Smith, Brian. Labour's Social Plans; Socialism, Affluence. Fabian Tract, No. 369. London: Fabian Society, 1966. 21 pp. Pamphlet A139 .L3 1966p.

Aber, Joel. Germ Warfare Research for Vietnam: Project Spicerack on the Pennsylvania Campus. Philadelphia, Pa.: Philadelphia Area Committee to End the War in Vietnam, <1966?> 30 pp. Pamphlet A143 .G6 1966p.

Ablett, Noah. Easy Outlines of Economics. Sheffield <Eng.>: Plebs League, 1919. Pamphlet A152 .E17 1919p. PDF

Abortion is a Woman's Right! New York, N.Y.: Pathfinder, c1985. 44 pp. Pamphlet A154.5 .A2 1985.

Abrams, Charles. A Housing Program for America. L.I.D. Pamphlet Series. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, <1947>. 32 pp. Pamphlet A158 .H6 1947p.

Abrams, Richard M., ed. The Issue of Federal Regulation in the Progressive Era. The Berkeley Series in American History. Chicago: Rand McNally, c1963. 58 pp. Pamphlet A161.5 .I8 1963p.

Adamic, Louis. Walter Locke of Dayton, a Free Editor. Dayton, Ohio: Daily News, <1938>. 18 pp. Pamphlet A198 .W3 1938p.

Adamowski, Benjamin S. It Did, Can't <Lined Out> Happen Here: A Factual Report Affecting the Lives and Security of Every Citizen of the United States of America. Illinois: B.S. Adamowski,<1942>. 64 pp. Pamphlet A199 .R7 1942p.

Addison, Christopher. How the Labour Party Has Saved Agriculture: The Story of Six Great Years. <London>: Labour Party, <1951>. 7 pp. Pamphlet A227 .H6 1951p.

Address by the Al-Fateh Delegation to the Second International Conference in Support of the Arab Peoples, Cairo, Jan. 1969. <Cairo: n. p., 1969>. 7 pp. Pamphlet A227.5 .A3 1969p.

Adelman, William. Touring Pullman: A Study in Company Paternalism: A Walking Guide to the Pullman Community in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, IL: Illinois Labor History Society; Cornelius Printing Co., <1972>. 45 pp. Pamphlet A228 .T6 1972p.

Adler, Friedrich. The Anglo-Russian Report. London: P. S. King & Sons, Ltd., 1925. 52 pp. Pamphlet A237 .A5 1925p.

---. Democracy and Revolution, by Friedrich Adler, Secretary of the Labor and Socialist International. New York: Rand School Press, 1934. 23 pp. Pamphlet A237 .D45 1934p.

---. J'Accuse: An Address in Court. New York: Socialist Publication Society, <1918>. 36 pp. Pamphlet A237 .J3 1918p. PDF

---. The Witchcraft Trial in Moscow. New York: Published for the Socialist Party of the U.S. by Pioneer Publishers, 1937. 32 pp. Pamphlet A237 .W5 1937p.

AFL-CIO. The Case for Industrial Organization. Washington D.C.: Committee on Industrial Organization, 1936. 47 pp. Pamphlet A506 .C3 1936p.

---. Collective Bargaining: Democracy on the Job. American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1985. Pamphlet A506 .C6 1985p.

---. Religion and Labor. AFL-CIO Publication, No. 79. Washington, D.C.: American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, <1966>. 16 pp. Pamphlet A506 .R45 1966p.

---. This is the AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, 1984. Pamphlet A506 .T5 1984p.

---. Why Unions? Washington, D.C. : AFL-CIO, <1962>. 18 pp. Pamphlet A505 .W49 1962p.

AFL-CIO. Dept. of Education. Songs for Labor. <Washington, D.C.>: AFL-CIO, 1983. Pamphlet A506 .S6 1983p.

AFL-CIO. Dept. of Legislation. Labor Looks at Congress 1963: An AFL-CIO Legislative Report. AFL-CIO Publication, No. 77E. <Washington>: AFL-CIO, 1964. 44 pp. Pamphlet A506 .L3 1963p.

---. Labor Looks at Congress 1965: An AFL-CIO Legislative Report. AFL-CIO Publication, No. 77G. <Washington>: AFL-CIO, 1965. 56 pp. Pamphlet A506 .L3 1965p.

AFL-CIO. Industrial Union Dept. Agenda for Tomorrow: Report to the Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, Industrial Union Dept., 1965. 125 pp. Pamphlet A506 .A5 1965p.

Aframerican Report. Atlanta, Ga.: Student Voice, n.d. Pamphlet A258 .A3 v.1, no. 3.

Albu, Austen Harry. Socialism and the Study of Man. Fabian Tract, No. 283: Fabian Autumn Lectures, 1950, No. 2. <London>: Fabian Publications, 1950. 20 pp. Pamphlet A345 .S6 1950p.

Aldred, Guy Alfred. Convict 9653: America's Vision Maker: Story of Eugene Victor Debs, The United States' Great Socialist Anti-Militarist. Glasgow: Strickland Press, <1942>. 11 pp. Pamphlet A365 .C6 1942p.

Alexander, Robert Jackson. Labor Parties of Latin America. L.I.D. Pamphlet Series. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1942. 47 pp. Pamphlet A377 .L33 1942p.

---. World Labor Today: <Highlights of Trade Unions on Six Continents, 1945-1952>. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1952. 54 pp. Pamphlet A377 .W6 1952p.

Alfred, Helen L. Municipal Housing, by Helen L. Alfred. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1932. 35 pp. Pamphlet A392 .M8 1932p.

Algeria. Wizarat Al-Akbar. Documents on Self-Management. (Auto-Gestion). [Algiers?] : Documentation and Publications Dept., 1963. 73 pp. Pamphlet A395 .D6 1963p.

All-African Convention. Unity: The Road to Freedom in South Africa. <Canada: S.n., 1965.> 20 pp. Pamphlet A416 .U5 1965p.

Allan, David R. Socialising the Company <by> David R. Allan. Young Fabian Pamphlet, No. 37. London: Fabian Society,<1974>. 48 pp. Pamphlet A425 .S6 1974p.

Allen, Devere. The Caribbean: Laboratory of World Cooperation, by Devere Allen. L.I.D. Pamphlet Series. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1943. 40 pp. Pamphlet A425.3 .C3 1943p.

Allen, James S. The Lessons of Cuba. New York: New Century Publishers, 1931. 31 pp. Pamphlet A427 .L4 1931p.

---. Who Owns America? New York : New Century, 1946. 47 pp. Pamphlet A427 .W5 1946p.

Allen, Robert L. The Bakke Case and Affirmative Action. Berkeley, Ca.: National Committee to Overturn the Bakke Decision, <1978?> 12 pp. Pamphlet A428.5 .B3 1978p.

Allsopp, Elizabeth. Direct Grant Grammar Schools <by> Elizabeth Allsopp and David Grugeon. Fabian Research Series, No. 256. London: Fabian Society, <1966>. Pamphlet A442 .D5 1966p.

Allyn, S. C. U.S.S.R. --- 1956. Dayton, Ohio: National Cash Register Co., <1956>. Pamphlet A443 .U7 1956p.

Along the Socialist or the Capitalist Road? Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1968. 45 pp. Pamphlet J51 .A4 1968p.

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Chicago Joint Board. Amalgamated Centre, The Tailor Re-Tailored; A Story of Surging Humanity, 1910-1928, Published by the Chicago Joint Board, A.C.W.of A., on the Occasion of the Dedication of the Amalgamated Centre in the Cause of Labor, May Day, 1928. Chicago: Chicago Joint Board. A.C.W. of A., 1928. 64 pp. Pamphlet A482.5 .A4 1928p.

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Cincinnati Joint Board. The Amalgamated in Cincinnati; a Record of Struggle and Achievement. <Cincinnati>: A.C.W. of A. 1928. Pamphlet A482 .A4 1928p. 44 pp.

America in World War II: 32 Pages of Maps and Background Facts. Columbus, Ohio: American Education Press, 1942. 32 pp. Pamphlet A502 .A4 1942p.

American Alliance for Labor and Democracy. Our War Aims Clearly Stated: Being a Reply to Those Who Demand That the President of the United States Make a Clear Statement of Our Aims in the War. <New York>: American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, <1917>. 28 pp. Pamphlet A504 .O9 1917p. PDF

American Association for International Conciliation. International Conciliation, No. 136: Russian Documents; The Russian Constitution. The Russian Land Law; The Franco-Russian Alliance. New York: American Association for International Conciliation,1919. 125 pp. Pamphlet A504.5 .R8 1919p. PDF

American Civil Liberties Union. Academic Due Process; a Statement of Desirable Procedures Applicable Within Educational Institutions in Cases Involving Academic Freedom. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1954. 8 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A23 1959p. PDF

---. Academic Freedom and Academic Responsibility: Their Meaning to Students, Teachers, Administrators and the Community. A Statement of Principles Concerning the Civil Liberties and Obligations of Students and Teachers in Public and Private Schools, Colleges, and Universities. New York: American Civil Liberties Union,1953. 16 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A24 1952p. PDF

---. ACLU's Defense of Liberty by the People: 40th Annual Report July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1960. 80 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A3 1960p. PDF

---. The American Civil Liberties Union, Inc.: What Are Its Principles? What Does It Do? Where Does It Get Its Money? Who Controls Its Policies? New York: ACLU, 1937. 10 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A44 1937p. PDF

---. The American Civil Liberties Union: What is It? What Are Its Principles? What Does It Do? Where Does It Get Its Money? Who Controls Its Policies? New York: ACLU, 1927. Pamphlet A505 .A4 1927p. PDF

---. America's Need: A New Birth of Freedom: 34th Annual Report- - American Civil Liberties Union, July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954. New York: The Union, 1954. 128 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A47 1954p. PDF

---. The Attempted Deportation of John Strachey: Abstract of the Proceedings Before the District Director of Immigration at Chicago. New York: American Civil Liberties Union,1935. 40 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A77 1935p. PDF

---. The Bill of Rights 150 Years After; the Story of Civil Liberty, 1938-1939. New York: City, American Civil Liberties Union, 1939. 79 pp. Pamphlet A505 .B56 1939p. PDF

---. The Bill of Rights: The First Ten Amendments to the United States Constitution, and Other Amendments and Sections of the Original Constitution Affecting Civil Liberties. New York, NY: American Civil Liberties Union, 1956. Pamphlet A505 .B5 1956p. PDF

---. Black Justice. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1931. 27 pp. Pamphlet A505 .B6 1931p. PDF

---. Blue Coats and Reds. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1929. 18 pp. Pamphlet A505 .B68 1929p. PDF

---. The California Red Flag Case: The Facts of the Conviction of Five Young Women for Displaying a Red Flag at a Children's Summer Camp. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1930. 8 pp. Pamphlet A505 .C3 1930p. PDF

---. The Case of Rosika Schwimmer: Alien Pacifists Not Wanted. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1929. Pamphlet A505 .C37 1929p. PDF

---. The Case Against the House Un-American Activities Committee. <New York>. 1964. 35 pp. Pamphlet A505 .C37 1964p. PDF

---. Civil Liberties and National Defense. New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union, 1941. 16 pp. Pamphlet A505 .C58 1941p. PDF

---. Civil Liberties in American Colonies: This Pamphlet is Published to Bring Before the American Public the Issues of Democratic Rights in Our Island Territories for the Purpose of Arousing Support for Remedial Legislation in Congress. New York: The American Civil Liberties Union, 1939. 32 pp. Pamphlet A505 .C5 1939p. PDF

---. Civil Liberties Versus the Smith Act. New York, N.Y.: The Union, 1952. 6 pp. Pamphlet A505 .C57 1952p. PDF

---. Clearing the Main Channels. New York : The Union, 1955. Pamphlet A505 .C6 1955p. PDF

---. Eternal Vigilance! The Story of Civil Liberty, 1937-1938. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1938. 95 pp. Pamphlet A505 .E8 1938p. PDF

---. Even Adam Had a Hearing!: Labor Injunctions--What Are They, Why Are They, What Do They Do to Workers' Rights? New York: Committee on Labor Injunctions, 1931. 7 pp. Pamphlet A505 .E9 1931p. PDF

---. The Facts About Conscientious Objectors in the United States (Under the Selective Service Act of May 18, 1917). New York: National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1918. 32 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F3 1918p. PDF

---. The Fight for Civil Liberty, 1927-28; the Story of the Year 1927 - of the Courts, Laws, Police, Schools, Public Opinion- with Prospects Ahead. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, <1928>. 71 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F5 1928p. PDF

---. The Fight for Civil Liberty, 1930-1931. New York: The American Civil Liberties Union, 1931. 50 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F54 1931p. PDF

---. The Fight for Civil Liberty: The Story of the Activities of the American Civil Liberties Union, 1928-29. New York: ACLU, 1929. 47 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F544 1929p. PDF

---. Free Speech, 1926: The Work of the American Civil Liberties Union. New York: The Union, <1927>. 42 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F7 1927p. PDF

---. Freedom Through Dissent. New York: Published for the American Civil Liberties Union by Oceana, 1962. 88 pp. Pamphlet A505 .F74 1962p. PDF

---. The Gag on Teaching; the Story of the New Restrictions by Law on Teaching in Schools; and by Public Opinion and Donors on Colleges. The Record Since the War, -- the Longest in American History. New York City: American Civil Liberties Union,1931. 31 pp. Pamphlet A505 .G3 1931p. PDF

---. Justice for All: "Nor Speak with Double Tongue." New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1957. 112 pp. Pamphlet A505 .J8 1957p. PDF

---. The Kentucky Miners Struggle: The Record of a Year of Lawless Violence. The Only Complete Picture of Events Briefly Told. New York: ACLU, 1932. 23 pp. Pamphlet A505 .K4 1932p. PDF

---. The "Knights of Liberty" Mob and the I.W.W. Prisoners at Tulsa, Okla. (November 9, 1917). New York: Published by the National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1918. 16 pp. Pamphlet A505 .K6 1918p. PDF

---. A Labor Union "Bill of Rights": Democracy in Labor Unions; The Kennedy-Ives Bill. New York: ACLU, 1958. 32 pp. Pamphlet A505 .L33 1958p. PDF

---. Land of the Free: The Story of the Fight for Civil Liberty, 1934-35. New York: The Union, <1935>. 96 pp. Pamphlet A505 .L3 1935p. PDF

---. Land of the Pilgrim's Pride, 1932-1933. New York: The Union, <1933>. 69 pp. Pamphlet A505 .L36 1933p. PDF

---. Liberty is Always Unfinished Business. New York: The Union, 1956. 96 pp. Pamphlet A505 .L5 1956p. PDF

---. Liberty Under the New Deal: The Record for 1933-34. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1934. 61 pp. Pamphlet A505 .L55 1934p. PDF

---. "The Miracle" Decision. New York: The Council, 1952. 6 pp. Pamphlet A505 .M5 1952p. PDF

---. The Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses: The Record of Violence Against a Religious Organization Unparalleled in America Since the Attacks on the Mormons. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1941. 24 pp. Pamphlet A505 .P4 1941p. PDF

---. The Prosecution of Mary Ware Dennett for "Obscenity." New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1929. Pamphlet A505 .P7 1929p. PDF

---. Report on Interference with Madison Square Garden Meeting Against Austrian Fascism Held in New York City on February 16,1934: Submitted to the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union. New York: American Civil Liberties Union,1934. Pamphlet A505 .R4 1934p. PDF

---. The Right to Advocate Violence. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1931. 6 pp. Pamphlet A505 .R54 1931p. PDF

---. "The Sacred Fire of Liberty." New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union, <1953>. Pamphlet A505 .S2 1953p. PDF

---. Scandal and Defamation!: The Right of Newspapers to Defame. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1931. 7 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S36 1931p. PDF

---. School Buildings as Public Forums: A Survey of Discrimination Against Unpopular Minorities in the Use of Public School Buildings. New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union, 1934. 16 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S3 1934p. PDF

---. Security and Freedom: The Great Challenge: 30th Annual Report. New York: The Union, 1951. 88 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S4 1951p. PDF

---. The Shame of Pennsylvania: The Story of How Pennsylvania Leads the States in Police Violence and Brutality, Prosecutions for Opinion and War on Strikers and Radicals. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1928. 21 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S5 1928p. PDF

---. The Smith Act and the Supreme Court: An American Civil Liberties Union Analysis, Opinion and Statement of Policy. New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union, 1952. 39 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S65 1952p. PDF

---. So This is Free Speech! News Pictures Taken During 1933-34 in Labor and Farm Strikes, in Unemployed Demonstrations, Showing Violent Attacks by Police and Troops in Making Arrests and in Dispersing Assemblages. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1935. Pamphlet A505 .S6 1935p. PDF

---. The States and Subversion: Related Federal Measures, the State Laws, the "un-American Committees," the ACLU Stand, What's to Be Done? New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union, 1953. 11 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S7 1953p. PDF

---. Still the Fish Committee Nonsense!: The Answer of the Press to the Fish Committee Proposals to Outlaw Free Speech for Communists. New York: The Union, 1932. 8 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S75 1932p. PDF

---. The Story of Civil Liberty, 1929-30 . New York.1930. 58 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S76 1930p. PDF

---. The Story of Mooney and Billings. New York: National Mooney-Billings Committee, <1928>. 27 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S766 1928p. PDF

---. "Sweet Land of Liberty" 1931-1932. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1932. 61 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S9 1932p. PDF

---. Tension, Change and Liberty: 45th Annual Report <July1, 1964 to June 30, 1965>. New York: The Union, <1965>. 112 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T4 1965p. PDF

---. "Testing Whether That Nation." New York: The Union, 1961. 80 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T47 1961p. PDF

---. This Above All! New York: American Civil Liberties Union, <1952>. 12 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T5 1952p. PDF

---. The Truth About the I. W. W. Prisoners. New York: The Union, 1922. 47 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T7 1922p. PDF

---. The Truth About the I.W.W.: Facts in Relation to the Trial at Chicago. New York: National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1918. 55 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T78 1918p. PDF

---. Twenty Years for Free Speech! New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1933. 8 pp. Pamphlet A505 .T8 1933p. PDF

---. Violence in Peekskill: A Report of the Violations of Civil Liberties at Two Paul Robeson Concerts Near Peekskill, N.Y., August 27th and September 4th, 1949. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, <1949>. 51 pp. Pamphlet A505 .V5 1949p. PDF

---. "We Hold These Truths ..": Freedom, Justice, Equality: Report on Civil Liberties, January 1951-June 1953. <New York>: the Union, 1953. 160 pp. Pamphlet A505 .W4 1953p. PDF

---. What Rights for the Unemployed?: A Summary of the Attacks on the Rights of the Unemployed to Organize, Demonstrate and Petition. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1935. 20 pp. Pamphlet A505 .W5 1935p. PDF

---. Who's Un-American? An Answer to the Patriots. New York City: ACLU, 1935. 31 pp.n Pamphlet A505 .W56 1935p. PDF

---. Who's Un-American? An Answer to the Patriots. New York City: ACLU, 1937. 31 pp. Pamphlet A505 .W567 1937p. PDF

---. Why Two Governors Freed Political Prisoners: What the Governors of Illinois and New York Say of Free Speech Prosecutions; With the Dissenting Opinions of Supreme Court Judges. New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1923. Pamphlet A505 .W58 1923p.

---. Work Ahead in Hope: 39th Annual Report July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959. New York: ACLU, 1959. 112 pp. Pamphlet A505 .W6 1959p. PDF

American Civil Liberties Union. Committee on Academic Freedom. Statement of the Academic Freedom Committee of the American Civil Liberties Union on the 1953 Statement of the Association of American Universities, The Rights and Responsibilities of Universities and Their Faculties: And on the Related Dismissals at the University of Michigan. New York, N.Y.: American Civil Liberties Union,1958. 23 pp. Pamphlet A505 .S67 1958p. PDF

---. American Freedom and Civil Liberties of Students in Colleges and Universities. New York: ACLU, 1963. 15 pp. Pamphlet A505 .A2 1963p. PDF

American Civil Liberties Union. Committee on Indian Civil Rights. Indian Primer: The Outstanding Facts About the Condition and Treatment of American Indians Today, Their Civil Rights, and a Program of Remedies. New York: Committee on Indian Civil Rights of the American Civil Liberties Union, 1932. 8 pp. Pamphlet A505 .I5 1932p. PDF

American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky. World Voices on the Moscow Trials: A Compilation from the Labor and Liberal Press on the World. New York: Pioneer Publishers <1936?> 64 pp. Pamphlet A505.3 .W6 1936p.

American Committee of Minneapolis. From the Report of the United States Senate Committee on Bolshevism. Minneapolis, Minn.: American Committee of Minneapolis, <1919>. 10 pp. Pamphlet A505.5 .F7 1919p. PDF

American Commonwealth Political Federation. Program and Aims of the American Commonwealth Political Federation. Washington, D.C.: American Commonwealth Political Federation, 1935. 32 pp. Pamphlet A512.2 .P7 1935p.

American Federation of Labor. Labor Democracy and Fascism. Chest for Liberation of Workers of Europe. 1934. 29 pp. Pamphlet A506 .L3 1934p.

---. Yellow Dog Contracts Condemned by Experts. Washington : The Federation , 1930. Pamphlet A506 .Y3 1930p.

---. Your Library Can Serve Your Union. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO, <1963>. Pamphlet A506 .Y5 1963p.

American Federation of Labor. Committee for Industrial Organization. Aid for the Unemployed and How to Get It. Washington,D.C.: Committee for Industrial Organization, 1938. 11 pp. Pamphlet A506 .A4 1938p.

---. The C.I.O.: What It is and How It Came to Be: A Brief History of the Committee for Industrial Organization. Publication(American Federation of Labor. Committee for Industrial Organization), No. 12. 1st ed. Washington: Committee for Industrial Organization,1937. 46 pp. Pamphlet A506 .C5 1937p.

---. The Program of the C.I.O.: An Account of Major Policies and Decisions Adopted at the Conference of the Committee for Industrial Organization, Atlantic City, N.J., October, 1937. Publication (American Federation of Labor. Committee for Industrial Organization), No. 18. Washington, D.C.: The Committee, <1937>. 60 pp. Pamphlet A506 .P7 1937p.

American Federation of Labor. Samuel Gompers Centennial Committee. Gompers Evaluated: A Collection of Articles About Samuel Gompers' Philosophy and Career: Written a Generation Ago by Prominent Journalists and Historians. New York: American Federation of Labor, Samuel Gompers Centennial Committee, <1950>. 39 pp. Pamphlet A506 .G6 1950p.

American Friends Service Committee. Refugee Facts: A Study of the German Refugee in America. Philadelphia, Pa.: American Friends Service Committee, <1939>. 24 pp. Pamphlet A512.3 .R4 1939p.

American Jewish Committee. Anti-Semitic Activity in the United States: A Report and Appraisal. New York: American Jewish Committee, <1954>. 16 pp. Pamphlet A512.5 .A5 1954p.

American Labor Research Institute. American Labor Research Institute: House for Material on Labor. New York, N.Y.: The Institute, <1946>. 15 pp. Pamphlet A507 .A4 1946p.

American League to Combat Anti-Semitism. The Answer to Anti-Semitism. New York: City, American League to Combat Anti-Semitism, Inc., 1939. Pamphlet A507.5 .A5 1939p.

American Proportional Representation League. Hare System of Proportional Representation. Philadelphia : American Proportional Representation League, 1917. 12 pp. Pamphlet A512.7 .H3 1917p. PDF

American Traveler's Guide to Negro History. 2nd ed. Chicago: American Oil Company, <1964>. 40 pp. Pamphlet A509 .A4 1964p.

American Union Against Militarism. Concerning Conscription: The Experience of England, Canada, Australia and the United States with Volunteer and Conscript Armies. Washington: American Union Against Militarism, 1917. 12 pp. Pamphlet A509.5 .C63 1917p. PDF

American Union Against Militarism. Civil Liberties Bureau. Conscription and the "Conscientious Objector" to War: Facts Regarding Exemption from Military Service Under the Conscription Act. Washington, D.C.: Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism,1917. 16 pp. Pamphlet A509.5 .C6 1917p. PDF

American Union Against Militarism. Civil Liberties Bureau. Conscription and the "Conscientious Objector": Facts Regarding Exemption from Military Service Under the Conscription Act. Washington, D.C.: Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism,1917. 16 pp. Pamphlet A509.5 .C6 1917pb. PDF

American Workers Party. Toward an American Revolutionary Labor Movement; Statement of Programmatic Orientation. New York City: The Provisional Organizing Committee of The American Workers Party, 1934. 48 pp. Pamphlet A510 .T6 1934p.

American-Arab Association for Commerce and Industry, Inc. The Arab Market: Opportunities for U.S. Business. New York : The Association, 1972. 11 pp. Pamphlet A504.4 .A7 1972p.

Americans for Democratic Action. Voting Guide, 1956: How to Make Your Vote Count. Washington: ADA, 1956. 128 pp. Pamphlet A512.4 .V6 1956p.

America's Capacity to Produce and America's Capacity to Consume: A Digest of the Studies Made by the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., under a Grant from the Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Published in 1933 and 1934. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institute, 1934. 59 pp. Pamphlet A512.61 .A4 1934p.

America's Town Meeting of the Air. "Good Evening, Neighbors!" The Story of an American Institution. <New York: Town Hall, Inc., 1950>. Pamphlet A512.6 .G6 1950p.

Ameringer, Oscar. Communism, Socialism and the Church: An Historical Survey. Milwaukee, Wis.: Milwaukee Social-Democratic Publishing Co., 1913. 63 pp. Pamphlet A512 .C6 1913p. PDF

---. Dynamite for the Brain. Milwaukee, Wis.: State Executive Board, S.-D.P., <1910?>. 16 pp. Pamphlet A512 .D9 1910p. PDF

---. The Five-Week Plan: A Serious Proposal to End the Present Business Crisis. Oklahoma City, Okla.: American Guardian,<1931>. 12 pp. Pamphlet A512 .F5 1931p.

---. Life and Deeds of Uncle Sam: A Little History for Big Children. Oklahoma City, Ok.: Oklahoma Leader, ca., <1920>. 102 pp. Pamphlet A512 .L5 1920p. PDF

---. Life and Deeds of Uncle Sam: A Little History for Big Children. Des Moines, Iowa: Farmers Association, <1969>. Pamphlet A512 .L5 1969p.

---. Life and Deeds of Uncle Sam: A Little History for Big Children. Oklahoma City, Okla.: American Guardian, pref.,1938. Pamphlet A512 .L5 1938p.

---. Socialism for the Farmer Who Farms the Farm. Rip-saw Series, No. 15. Saint Louis, Mo.: The National Rip-Saw Publishing Co., 1912. 32 pp. Pamphlet A512 .S6 1912p. PDF

---. Socialism: What It is and How to Get It. Milwaukee, Wis.: Political Action Company, 1911. 32 pp. Pamphlet A512 .S63 1911p. PDF

---. Socialism: What It is and How to Get It. Chicago, Ill.: Issued by The Socialist Party, 1930. 32 pp. Pamphlet A512 .S65 1930p.

---. Talks to Farmers: Little Bugs and Big Bugs. Milwaukee: Socialist Party of Wisconsin, <1926>. Pamphlet A512 .T3 1926p.

---. The Yankee Primer. 2d ed. Oklahoma City, Okla.: American Guardian, 1933. Pamphlet A512 .Y3 1933p.

Amlie, Thomas Ryum. The Forgotten Man's Handbook; 500 Questions Answered. Elkhorn, Wis.: T. R. Amlie, 1936. Pamphlet A517 .F6 1936p.

Ancient Order of United Workmen. Mutual Benefit and Fraternal Aid: A Brief Statement. Virginia <City>, Nev.: Enterprise Job Print, <1881?> 8 pp. Pamphlet A541.2 .M8 1881p. PDF

Anderson, Andy. Hungary 56. London: Solidarity, 1964. 48 pp. Pamphlet A545 .H8 1964p.

Anderson, Wing. The Next Nine Years: An Analysis and a Prophecy. 2nd ed. Los Angeles, Calif.: Kosmon Press, 1940. 48 pp. Pamphlet A552 .N4 1940p.

---. Peace and Plenty for You: Revealing a New Vision of a Life of Abundance for You. Los Angeles, Calif.: Kosmon Press, c1941. 155 pp. Pamphlet A552 .P4 1941p.

---. War's End, by Wing Anderson, Including Cudmore's Prophecy of the Twentieth Century. Los Angeles, Kosmon Press. <1944>. Pamphlet A552 .W6 1944p.

Andrews, Lillian. Youth of the Happy Land. New York: Youth Distributors, <1934>. 44 pp. Pamphlet A567.5 .Y6 1934p.

Angell, Norman, Sir. Why Freedom Matters. Chicago, Ill.: W. B. Lloyd, <191-?>. 62 pp. Pamphlet A583 .W4 1910p. PDF

Angulo, Jaime de. The "Trial" of Ferrer: A Clerical-Judicial Murder. New York: New York Labor News Co., 1920 <1911>. Pamphlet A594 .T7 1920p. PDF

Anti-Semitism: A Threat to American Unity? University of Chicago Round Table, No. 186. Chicago: University of Chicago,1941. 28 pp. Pamphlet U58.9 .A5 1941p.

Appeal Answers to Questions About Socialism. Girard, Kan.: Appeal to Reason, 1914. 31 pp. Pamphlet A646 .A6 1914p. PDF

Aptheker, Herbert. The American Civil War. New York: International Publishers, c1961. 22 pp. Pamphlet A655 .A4 1961p.

---. On the Nature of Freedom: The Marxist View. New York: New Century Publishers, 1960. 32 pp. Pamphlet A655 .O58 1960p.

---. On the Nature of Revolution: The Marxist Theory of Social Change. New Century Pub., 1959. 31 pp. Pamphlet A655 .O5 1959p.

Arabia: When Britain Goes. Fabian Research Series, No. 259. London: Fabian Society, 1967. Pamphlet A658 .A7 1967p.

Archer, Peter. Human Rights. Fabian Research Series, No. 274. London: Fabian Society, 1969. 23 pp. Pamphlet A671 .H8 1969p.

Arms and the Men. New York, N.Y.: Fortune, 1934. 31 pp. Pamphlet A734 .A7 1934p.

Armstrong, Frank. Travels in European Countries. Terre Haute, Ind.: Press of Moore & Langen Printing Co., 1899. 45 pp. Pamphlet A735 .T7 1899p. PDF

Aslanova, Chimnaz. The National Question Solved. Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1939. Pamphlet A835 .N3 1939p.

Asociation de Mujeres Nicaraguenses Luisa Aman Espinoza (AMNLAE). Mujer en Nicaragua. Managua, Nicaragua: Editoriali Nuevo Nicaragua, 1984. 84 pp. Pamphlet A837 .M8 1984p.

The Assassination of Malcolm X. New York: Pathfinder Publications, 1971. 31 pp. Pamphlet A844.2 .A8 1971p.

Assembly of Captive European Nations, N.Y. Soviet Objectives at the Geneva Conferences; Peace or Preparation for Further Expansion; a Challenging Opportunity for the West. New York: Assembly of Captive European Nations, <1955>. 27 pp. Pamphlet A844.5 .S6 1955p.

Atkinson, Dick. Students Today: Argument. A Young Fabian Pamphlet, No. 17. London: Fabian Society, 1968. 43 pp. Pamphlet A875 .S7 1968p.

Atkinson, Warren. Incentive Under Socialism. Chicago: C. H. Kerr, <1910>. 64 pp. Pamphlet A878 .I5 1910p. PDF

---. Pay and Place Under Socialism: How Can People Be Free to Choose Their Occupations Under Socialism. New York: Socialist Party, <1931>. 8 pp. Pamphlet A878 .P3 1931p.

Attlee, C. R., (Clement Richard). The Way to Peace. London: Labour Party, <1953>. 7 pp. Pamphlet A885.5 .W3 1953p.

Aurand, A. Monroe, Jr. History of the Mollie Maguires and James "McKenna" McPharlan, Detective Extraordinary: Origin, Depredation, and Decay of a Terrorist Secret Organization in the Pennsylvania Coal Fields During and Following the Civil War. Harrisburg, Pa: Private Printing by the Aurand Press, c1940. Pamphlet A927 .M6 1940p.

Automation: A Report to the UAW-CIO Economic and Collective Bargaining Conference Held in Detroit, Michigan the 12th and 13th of November 1954. Detroit, Mich.: UAW-CIO Education Dept.,1955. 39 pp. Pamphlet A939.5 .A9 1955p.

Avery, Andrew. The Communist Fifth Column: What's the Truth About It-- and What Isn't. Chicago: The Journal of Commerce, 1946. 47 pp. Pamphlet A954 .C6 1946p.

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