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Classics of Marxism-Leninism

Other Marxist-Leninist Works

Soviet Union

Other Socialist Countries

Communist Party, USA

U.S. Workers' Struggles

Other, including Other Communist

In English
En Español
Classics of Marxism-Leninism
Marx and Engels: Manifesto of the Communist Party, 1848, $3. (B)
Marx y Engels: Manifiesto del Partido Comunista, 1848. (Falta las introducciones.) $2. Cubierta
Marx: Wages, Price and Profit. $5. (B)

Marx: Salario, Precio y Ganancia. $5. (L)

Engels: Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, 1880. $2. Cover
Engels: Del socialismo utópico al socialismo científico, 1880. $2. Cubierto
Engels: Anti-Dühring, 1894. $6 (B)

Lenin:  On Strikes, 1899. Cover
Lenin: Sobre las huelgas, 1899. Cubierto
Lenin: Early Writings, $2. Cover
To the Working Men and Women of the Thornton Factory, Leaflet, 1895
The War in China, Article, Iskra newspaper, 1900
The Drafting of 183 Students Into the Army, Article, Iskra newspaper, 1901
Beat – But Not to Death!, Article, Zarya magazine, 1901
Volantes y artículos tempranos, V.I. Lenin, en español. $2. Cubierto
          A los obreros y obreras de la fábrica Thornton, volante, 1895
          La guerra con China, artículo, periódico Iskra, 1900
          El alistamiento forzoso de 183 estudiantes, artículo, periódico Iskra, 1901
          Golpea duro, pero no mates, artículo, revista Zarya, 1901
Lenin: What Is To Be Done $5. (B) The famous book in which Lenin explained the teachings on the foundation of the party in Russia in opposition to economism. Lenin: ¿Que Hacer? $5. (L) El famoso libro de Lenin que explico las enseñanzas sobre la fundacion del partido en Rusia y la lucha en contra del economismo.
Lenin: May Day, 1904. Cover
Lenin: Marxism and Revisionism, 1908. Cover Lenin: Marxismo y revisionismo, 1908. Cubierta
Lenin: The Attitude of the Workers’ Party to Religion, 1909. Cover
Lenin: Actitud del partido obrero hacia la religión, 1909. Cubierta
Lenin: The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism, 1913. Cover Lenin: Tres fuentes y tres partes integrantes del marxismo, 1913. Cubierta
Lenin: The Working Class and Neo-Malthusianism, 1913
Lenin: Imperialism and the Split in Socialism, 1916. Cover Lenin: El imperialismo y la escisión del socialismo, 1916. Cubierta
Lenin: Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, 1916. $5
Lenin: El imperialismo, fase superior del capitalismo, 1916. $5
Lenin: The Socialist Revolution and the Right of Nations to Self-Determination, 1916. Cover
Lenin: La revolución socialista y el derecho de las naciones a la autodeterminación, 1916. Cubierta
Lenin: On the National and Colonial Questions – Three Articles, 1916 & 1920. $2. Cover
Lenin: The Tasks of the Proletariat in the Present Revolution ("April Theses"), 1917. Cover
Lenin: Las tareas del proletariado en la presente revolución ("Tesis de Abril"), 1917. Cubierta
Lenin: The State and Revolution, 1917. $5. (B) Lenin: El estado y la revolución, 1917. $5
Lenin: Letter to American Workers, 1918. Cover

Lenin: The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky, 1918. $5. (B)
Lenin: La revolución proletaria y el renegado Kautsky, 1918. $5
Lenin: The State, 1919. Cover
Lenin: El estado, 1919. Cubierta
Lenin: The Constituent Assembly Elections and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, 1919. Cover

Lenin: “Left-Wing” Communism, An Infantile Disorder, 1920, $5. (B) Lenin: La enfermedad infantil del “izquierdismo” en el comunismo, 1920. $5

Stalin: Anarchism or Socialism, 1907. $3. (B)

Stalin: Marxism and the National Question, 1913. $4. (B)

Stalin: The Foundations of Leninism, 1924. $5. (B)

Stalin: Los Fundamentos del Leninismo, 1924. $5. (L)
Stalin: The October Revolution and the Tactics of the Russian Communists, 1924. $2. Cover

Stalin: Speeches on the American Communist Party, 1929. $2. Cover

Stalin: Marxism vs. Liberalism, 1934. Cover

Stalin: Mastering Bolshevism, 1937. $2. Cover

Stalin: Dialectical and Historical Materialism, 1939. $2. Cover
Stalin: From Socialism to Communism in the Soviet Union, 1939. $3. Cover

Stalin: Economic Problems of Socialism in the U.S.S.R., 1952. $4. (B)

Readings in Leninism. This is a 4-volume set, first published in the U.S. in the 1930s, with extended quotes from the works of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin on major questions of Marxist-Leninist theory. $5 each volume (B): 1) What Is Leninism? 2) The Theory of the Proletarian Revolution
3) The Dictatorship of the Proletariat 4) Strategy and Tactics

Emile Burns (ed.) Handbook of Marxism, 1935. (B) $12. This 800-page book contains large sections (not just quotes) from major works of Marxism-Leninism, including the Communist Manifesto, Capital (Vol. 1), Anti-Dühring, Materialism and Empirio-Criticism, Imperialism, State and Revolution, "Left-Wing"Communism, Report to the 17th Congress of the CPSU(b) 1934, and the Program of theCpmmunist International 1928. A useful work for those who want much of the basics of Marxism-Leninism in one volume.

History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Short Course). (B) This is the 400 page history, edited by a Commission of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B.), originally published in 1939. $8.

Historia del P.C.U.S. (L) La historia editado por una Comisión del CC del P.C.U.S. en 1939, en 400 páginas. $8.
Histoire du Parti Communiste (Bolchevik) de l’URSS. (L) Traduction officielle en français de l'«Histoire du PC(b) de l'URSS» de 1939, 400 pages. $10.
Other Marxist-Leninist Works
Organisation and Structure of the Communist Party, Communist International, 3rd Congress, 1921. Cover
Rosa Luxemburg's Views on the Russian Revolution, by Clara Zetkin:,1922, $10 (B) This 225 page book has ben translated into English for the first time. It shows how Luxemburg, in her actions in the German Revolution after her release from prison in November 1918 until her murder by soldiers in the pay of the Social-Democratic government in Germany in January 1919, in practice took the same positions as the Bolsheviks in the Otober Revolution. It is an important exposure of the Social-Democrats in Germany and around the world, who try to assert that Luxemburg was one of them.
J. Lenz, The Second International, 1932. Internet only. A fascinating history of the Second International, by one of the leaders of Communist Party of Germany. Although the tactics of the Communist International were to change a few years later, this book is a detailed exposure of both the open social patriots as well as the centrists in the Second International, as well as an explanation of the role of Lenin anad other revolutionary leaders.
V. Adoratsky: Dialectical Materialism, 1934. Internet only.

Trotskyism: Counter-Revolution in Disguise, by M.J. Olgin, 1935. $6. (B)

Why Communism? Plain Talks on Vital Problems, by M.J. Olgin, 1935. $3. (B)
The Communist Party: Manual on Organization, by J. Peters, 1935. $3. (B) In pdf format, click here
Political Economy: A Beginner's Course, by A. Leontiev, 1935. $5. (B) This 232 page book is an excellent introdiction to reading Marx's Capital. Besides covering some of the main topics in the first volume of Capital, it explains Lenin's analysis of imperialism and the question of crises, including data related to the crisis of the 1930s (the Great Depression).
J.D. Bernal: Engels on Science, 1935. A 20 page pamphlet summarizing Engels application of dialectics to science. Cover
The United Front, by Georgi Dimitrov, 1935-1937. $6. (B) Besides the famous speeches at the 7th Congress of the Communist International, this edition includes 18 other speeches and articles dealing with the application of the united front in various countries over the following two year.

Constitution of the U.S.S.R. 1936. The so-called Stalin Constitution. Cover

Fifteen Years of Soviet Georgia, by Lavrenti Beria, 1936. Cover
What is Marxism?, by Emile Burns, 1939. $4. (B). A very good summary of the basics of Marxism-Leninism in 74 pages. Good for beginners.
Textbook of Marxist Philosophy, by M. Shirokov, 1941. $9. (B) This 400 page book was prepared by the Leningrad Institute of Philosophy and is a comprehensive exposition of dialectical and historical materialism.
On the Struggle Against Revisionism, Communist Party, U.S.A., 1946. $3.  (B) The fight against Browderism in the struggle to re-establish the CPUSA. Important lessons for today.
Marcel Cachin: Science and Religion, 1946. Cover
Marxist Glossary, L. Harry Gould, 1948. $3. (B) An 82 page book containing definitions and explanations of common Marxist terms, many including brief quotes from Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin further elucidating how these terms have been used.

Dialectical Materialism and Science, Maurice Cornforth, 1949. Internet only

Communism versus Opportunism, by Fergus McKean. $8. (B) This 290 page book is by a former leading member of the Communist Party ,of Canada and describes his fight against revisionism during and after World War II.  
Readers' Guide to the Marxist Classics, 1952, prepared and edited by Maurice Cornforth. Internet only.
Materialism and the Dialectical Method, Maurice Cornforth, 1953. A very readable explanation of dialectical materialism in 122 pages. This is the original edition of the book, before revisionist editorial changes. $4. (B). Also available in dowloadable Word or pdf format.
Historical Materialsm, Maurice Cornforth, 1954. The second volume of the above work. It is also the original edition of the book, before revisionist editorial changes. Internet only, in Word or pdf format.

History of the Three Internationals, William Z. Foster, 1955. $8. (B) This 458 page book contains Foster's detailed description of the work of the First, Second and Third Internationals.

The Negro National Colonial Question, Nelson Peery, 1972. (B) $5. This 200 page book contains a forthright defense of the Marxist analysis that there is an African-American nation in the Black Belt south with the right to self-determination. It contains many maps and statistics to back up this position.
Soviet Union, from or about
A.F. Kostin: Lenin and the "Leagues of Struggle", Chapter Two on the St. Petersburg League of Struggle, $2. Cover
A.F. Kostin: Lenin and the "Leagues of Struggle", Chapter Five on the foundation of the RSDLP of the above book. $2. Cover
Alexandra Kollontai: Communism and the Family, 1918. A 15 page pamphlet on how the family will change under communism. Cover
Clara Zetkin: Lenin on the Woman Question. $2. Cover

John Reed: Diez días que estremecieron al mundo,1919, en español. El famoso libre sobre la revolución rusa. 336 pág. $8. (L)
A. Lozovsky: Program of Action of the Red International of Labour Union, Sections XIX to XXIII, 1921. Cover
Clara Zetkin: Women, Marriage & Sex, 1925. From Reminiscences of Lenin. Cover
The Road to  Life (An Epic of Education), A.S. Makarenko. (B) This 3-volume set is an autobiographical novel describing the formation of the Gorky Colony in the Soviet Union in the 1920s, which Makarenko headed. After the Civil War, homeless youth roamed the country. The colony successfully integrated them into the new socialist life through collective labor and self-discipline. Price $5 each volume.
Bolsheviks in the Tsarist Duma, A. Badayev, 1929. (B) This 200 page book gives a detailed account of how the 6 Bolshevik deputies, of which Badayev was one, functioned in the Tsarist Duma from 1912-1914, when at the outbreak of World War I they were all arrested and exiled to Siberia. $6. Pdf version
Wreckers on Trial. The trial of the Industrial Party, Moscow, December-Novemberm 1930. This was a group of engineers and others who plotted sabotage against Soviet industry. They confessed but received death sentences, which were commuted to prison terms. Several later loyally served Soviet development. With a forward by Andrew Rothstein. Internet only.
Soviet Union, Land without Unemployment: In Pictures. 1931. (B) This 200 page book contains hundreds of pictures on all facets of Soviet life, with captions in English, en español and en français. The foreword and 15 page epilogue on the Five-Year Plan by Alfred Kurella are only in English. $6.
Maxim Gorki: Days With Lenin, 1932. $2. This 44 page pamphlet describes Gorky's meetings with Lenin and others over the years. Cover
Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union, Vol. I. 1933. First of 3 volumes of the transcript of the so-called Metro-Vickers trial, of British subjects and their Soviet accomplices, found guilty of wrecking and espionage activities. For a fascinating discussion from relatively objective bourgeois sources that the British subjects, when they were released and returned to Britain, stated clearly that they were not subject to any form of torture or undue pressure, see: Internet only
Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union, Vol. 2. 1933. Second of 3 volumes of above transcript. Internet only
Wrecking Activities at Power Stations in the Soviet Union, Vol. 3. 1933. Last of 3 volumes of above transcript. Internet only
Why Soviet Russia Should Be Recognized, Friends of the Soviet Union, 1933. Cover
Anna Razumova: Russian Women in the Building of Socialism, 193?. Cover
M.J. Olgin: The Soviets on the Threshold of the Twentieth Year, 1936. Cover
A. A. Heller: One Sixth of the World. 1937. Cover
A. S. Makarenko: Lectures to Parents, 1937. Cover
S. Uranov: Espionage,  1937. Cover
G. N. Doidjashvili: Soviet Georgia – A Living Example of the Lenin-Stalin National Policy, 1939. Cover
Soviet Policy and Its Critics, by J.R. Campbell. 1939. $6. (B) This 329 page book by a leading member of the Communist Party of Britain is mainly an exposure of Trotskyism, both in its anti-Leninist theory and its counter-revolutionary practice.
The USSR and Finland, Historical, Economic, Political Facts and Documents. 1939. Cover. A background to the Soviet Finnish war. Internet only.
The Soviet Power: The Soviet Sixth of the World, Hewlett Johnson, 1940. $9. (B). A sympathetic account by Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, of the building of socialism in the Soviet Union. Johnson sees socialism as the actual fulfillment of the principles of true Christianity.
I. Mintz: October Days 1917, 1940. $3. Cover
M. Chekalin: The Renaissance of Nationalities and the Consolidation of Nations in the U.S.S.R., 1940. Cover
The Soviets Expected It, Anna Louise Strong, 1941. $5. (B) This 178 page book deals not only with the beginning of the German war on the Soviet Union, but also the background to the war and the development of Soviet industry.
Joseph E. Davies: Excerpts from Mission to Moscow concerning the Moscow Trials, 1943. Cover
Mission to Moscow, Joseph E. Davies, 1943. Internet only.
Philip Farr, Soviet Russia and the Baltic Republics, 1944. Cover
Michael Sayers and Albert Kahn, The Great Conspiracy against Russia. 1946. $10. (B) This classic book explains the imperialist and Trotskyite conspiracies against the Soviet Union.
A. Zhdanov: The International Situation, 1947. Cover
A. Zhdanov: Soviet Music, 1948. Cover
A. Zhdanov: History of Philosophy, 1948. Cover
M.B. Mitin: Soviet Democracy and Bourgeois Democracy, 1949. Cover
Corliss Lamont: Soviet Russia and the Post-War World, 1943. Cover
Harry F. Ward: Soviet Democracy, 1947. $2. Cover
Andrew Rothstein: Man and Plan in Soviet Economy, 1948. A detailed account of Soviet planning. Internet only.
Paul Robeson: The Negro People and the Soviet Union, 1950. Cover
Steel and Slag, Vladimir Popov, 1951. (B) This is a 284 page socialist realist novel that takes place in a steel mill in the Ukraine that had to relocate to the Urals during World War II. It deals with the transformation of people under adversity, some becoming hardened as steel, some degenerating into slag. Price $5.

A History of the U.S.S.R., Andrew Rothstein, 1950. (B) A 400-page history by a leading member of the then-revolutionary Communist Party of Britain. This gives many details of the economic and political history of the Soviet Union not included in the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. $8.
We Saw for Ourselves. Report of the Nineteen Americans on Their Visit to the USSR. 1951. $4. Cover A description of the Soviet Union by 19 Americans, 9 black and 10 white, including 3 ministers.
Soviets in Central Asia, by W.P. & Zelda K. Coates, 1951. This 300 page book documents the history of Central Asia from Tsarist times to the political, economic and cultural developmentunder Soviet power. A valuable resource showing how the people in these republics improved their lives under socialim. Internet only.
Andrew Rothstein: Stalin, Story of a Great Servant of Mankind Who Belongs to the Ages, 1953. Cover
A People Reborn, the Story of North Ossetia, edited by Andrew Rothstein, 1954. A report by a British delegation on a visit to the Autonomous Republic in the NorthCaucasus. Internet only.
From Harry Haywood: Black Bolshevik, Chapters on the Soviet Union, 1978
Chapter 5: A Student in Moscow, Cover 5
Chapter 6: Trotsky's Day in Court, Cover 6
Chapter 7: The Lenin School, Cover 7
Chapter 8: Self-Determination: The Fight for a Correct Line, Cover 8
Chapter 9:  Sixth Congress of the Comintern:  A Blow Against the Right, Cover 9
Chapter 10: Lovestone Unmasked, Cover 10
Chapter 11: My Last Year in the Soviet Union, Cover 11
Chapter 14: Reunion in Moscow, Cover 14
Vitaly Startsev: How the Soviets Were Formed. 1982. $4. (B) A short book detailing the role of the Soviets from the 1905 revolution to October 1917. It emphasizes Lenin's statement that the Soviets were formed by the workers themselves.
Fraud, Famine and Fascism: The Ukrainian Genocide Myth from Hitler to Harvard, Douglas Tottle, 1987. $6. (B)
Bill Bland: The ‘Cult of the Individual’, 1991. Cover
Harpal Brar: Stalin and the Role of the Peasantry, 1991. Cover
Harpal Brar: Stalin and the ‘Cult of the Personality’, 1991. Cover
Moni Guha: Collapse of Socialism, 1993. Cover
Mario Sousa: Lies Concerning the History of the Soviet Union .  $2. Cover
Sovietica, Irina Malenko. (B) This is a three-volume novel, about 500 pages each, the first volume of which is mostly about life in the former Soviet Union. All volumes are available for $30 each from Red Star.
Pablo Miranda: Stalin, 2012. Cover Pablo Miranda: Stalin, 2012. En español. Cubierto
Blood Lies: The Evidence that Every Accusation against Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union in Timothy Snyder's Bloodlands Is False, by Grover Furr, 2014, 581 pages, $25. (B)
Ekaterina Blinova: Unveiling Lies of the Cold War; What Lay Beneath Anti-Soviet Myths. 2015. $2. This 66 page booklet consists  of articles originally published in (except for one publlished in,.
Felix Dzherzinsky: A Biography, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1988 (Internet only)
Other Socialist Countries
Anna Louise Strong: The New Lithuania, 1941. $3. Cover
Anna Louise Strong: Inside Liberated Poland, 1944. $2. Cover
People’s Democracies, Wilfred Burchett. (B) This 265 page book by the Australian journalist (mostly known from movies showing the only Westerner travelling with the NLF of Vietnam) describes his experience reporting from Eastern Europe in the early post-World War II period. $8.
Rumanian Summer, Jack Lindsay with Maurice Cornforth. 1953. This 170 page book, with pictures, gives a portrait of the Rumaniann People's Democracy before the advent of revisionism. $5.
Anna Louise Strong: In North Korea, 1949. $2. Cover
D.N. Pritt: Light on Korea, 1950. Cover

This Monstrous War, Wilfred Burchett. 1953. (B) This 288 page book presents the Korean War and the armistice negotiations from the side of the Korean People's Army and the Chinese People's Volunteers. When this book was sent to the United States in late 1953, it was seized by the U.S. Customs and dumped into the ocean, so this is the first time it is available in the U.S. $5

Koje Unscreened, Wilfred G. Burchett, 1953?.On the treatment of Korean and Chinese prisoners in the notorious U.S.-run prison camp during the Korean War. Internet only

When Serfs Stood Up in Tibet, Anna Louise Strong. (B) This 230 page book, by a member of the first group of outside correspondents to visit after the suppression of the counter-revolution in 1959, is a fascinating account, based on many conversations with former serfs. $6.

Communist Party, USA & Other US
Harrison George: The Bolsheviki and the I.W.W., 1918. Cover
William Z Foster: Bankruptcy of the American Labor Movement, 1922. $3. Cover
Earl Browder: Unemployment: Why It Occurs and How to Fight It, 1924. Cover
C. E. Ruthenberg: The Workers [Communist] Party: What It Stands For, Why Workers Should Join, 1925. Cover
Resolutions of the Comintern on the Negro Question, 1928 & 1930. Cover
On the Road to Bolshevization, 1929. Cover

Three Articles from the Communist Party in the 1930s on the Afro-American National Question. Cover
Alexander Trachtenberg: The History of May Day, 1932. Cover
Mike Gold: Why I am a Communist, 1932.
Harry Haywood: The Struggle for the Leninist Position on the Negro Question in the U.S.A., 1933. Cover
League of Struggle for Negro Rights: Equality, Land and Freedom, A Program for Liberation, 1933. $2. Cover
Harrison George: A Noon-Hour Talk on the Communist Party, 193?. Cover
What is the International Labor Defense?, 1934. Cover
William F. Dunne & Morris Childs: Permanent Counter-Revolution - The Role of the Trotzkyites in the Minneapolis Strikes, 1934. $3. Cover
William F. Dunne: Why Hearst Lies About Communism?, 1935. $3. Cover
For a United Front May Day!, 1936
William Z. Foster: The Crisis in the Socialist Party, 1936. $3. Cover
William Z. Foster: Communism versus Fascism, 1941. Cover
Henry Wallace: Tribute to Russia, 1942. Cover
William Z. Foster: The Crime of el Fanguito, 1948. On a notorious slum in Puerto Rico. Cover
James S. Allen: Marshall Plan – Recovery or War, 1948. $3. Cover

In Defense of the Indicted Communist Party Leaders, William Z. Foster, 1949. Internet only

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn: Labor’s Own William Z. Foster, 1949. $2. Cover
On Guard against Browderism, Titoism, Trotskyism, John Gates, 1951. Cover
From Harry Haywood: Black Bolshevik, Chapters on the Afro-American National Question, 1978
Chapter 4: An Organization of Revolutionaries. Cover 4
Chapter 12: Return Home: White Chauvinism Under Fire. Cover 12
Black and Red: The Role of Communists in the Black Liberation Movement. 2015. $2. Cover. A 31-page reprint of short articles from African-American Communists.
U.S. Workers' Struggles
William F. Dunne: The Revolutionary Role of Worker Correspondents [1927]. Cover
The Trade Union Unity League, n.d. [1929?]. Cover
William F. Dunne: Gastonia, 1929. $3. Cover
William F. Dunne: The Great San Francisco General Strike, 1934. $4. Cover
William Z. Foster: Industrial Unionism, 1936. $2. Cover
William Weinstone: The Great Sit-Down Strike, 1937. Cover
Joseph Weydemeyer, Pioneer of American Socialism, by Karl Obermann, 1947. Internet only
Walter Linder: The Great Flint Sit-Down Strike Against GM 1936-37, 1967. $3. Cover
A Labor Party for the United States, 1936. $3. Cover
Other including Other Communist
Resolution of the Comintern on the South African Question, 1928. 
Harry Robinson: The Struggle for Puerto Rican Independence, 1936. Cover
Hernan Laborde: Toward the People’s Anti-Imperialist Front in Mexico, 1936. Cover
Georgi Dimitroff: Spain and the Peoples Front, 1936. Cover
M. Ercoli: Specific Features of the Spanish Revolution, 1936. Cover
Clarence A. Hathaway: Fighting for Democracy in Spain, 1936. Cover
Communist Party of Spain: For a Democratic Spain!, 1936. 
Jacques Duclos: Unity for Victory, 1936. Cover
On the Communist Approach to Zionism, 1936. 
Paul Novick: Palestine – Land of Anti-Imperialist Struggle, 1936. Cover
William L. Patterson: British Rule in South Africa, 1936. Cover
Anna Louise Strong: Spain in Arms, 1937. (B). $4.
Georges Soria: Trotskyism in the Service of Franco, 1938. $2. Cover
Gerhard Eisler, Albert Norden, Albert Schreiner: The Lesson of Germany, 1945. $5. (B) An important book dealing with the rise and fall of fascism in Germany.
Tabitha Petran: Zionism, A Political Critique, 1971. Cover
Jim Rosenbaum & Al Johnson: The U.S. State is a Machine Oppressing the Working Class, 1991. Cover
George Orwell: Anti-Communist Propagandist, Champion of Trotskyism & State Informer, reprinted from the Stalin Society, Britain, 1998. Cover

Juan Antonio Corretjer: El Líder de la Desperación, 1972. En español. $2. Cubierto