American Communist History , Volume 2, Number 1 / June 2003
The Wondrous Tale of an FBI Bug: What It Tells Us About Communism, Anti-Communism, and the CIO Leadership pp. 3 – 20 by STEVE ROSSWURM
Soviet Military-Industrial Espionage in the United States and the Emergence of an Espionage Paradigm in US-Soviet Relations, 1941-45 pp. 21 – 51 by
KATHERINE A. S. SIBLEY
The Hollywood Reds: 50 Years Later pp. 63 – 76 by DAN GEORGAKAS
Mindful Activists pp. 77 – 80 by STAUGHTON LYND
Notes and Documents
Encounters with Communism, 1932-1940 pp. 81 – 94 by NATHANIEL WEYL
_Press Box Red_ by Lester Rodney and Irwin Silber: An Introduction by JULES TYGIEL and a chapter pp. 95 – 113
Book Reviews pp. 115 – 126
Randi Storch on James Patrick Cannon, Max Shachtman, and others, _ Dog Days: James P. Cannon Vs. Max Shachtman in the Communist League of America 1931-1933_ , edited by Prometheus Research Library (New York, N.Y.:
Spartacist Pub., 2002).
Daniel Geary on Kathryn S. Olmsted, _ Red Spy Queen: A Biography of Elizabeth Bentley_ (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002).
Kathryn Olmsted on June Levine, _ Tales of Wo-Chi-Ca: Blacks, Whites and Reds at Camp_ (San Rafael, CA: Avon Springs Press, 2002).
Herbert Johnson on Arthur J. Sabin, _ In Calmer Times: The Supreme Court and Red Monday_ (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999).
Jon Ann McNamara on Phil Scraton, ed., _ Beyond September 11th: An Anthology of Dissent_ , (London Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press, 2002).
Peter Kenez on William Husband, _ “Godless Communists”: Atheism and Society in Soviet Russia, 1917-1932_ (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press,
Joseph A McCartin on John Holloway, _ Change the World Without Taking Power_ (London Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002).
Correspondence and Corrections p. 127-129
Letter from Werner Cohn. Response by Robert Lichtman and Ron Cohen
Letter from Andrew H. Lee.
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