THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVES: COMMUNISM IN AMERICA - A PERSONAL HISTORY AND INTIMATE PORTRAYAL OF ITS LEADER

By: Gitlow, Benjamin; With a Foreword by Max Eastman

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xvi, 387p. A printing. Former owner's ink stamp on front endpaper, moisture to the bottom of spine has cause part of jacket to stick to cover, jacket has a moisture stain to bottom of spine and creased tears and chips to edges and spine sunned. "Gitlow describes the impact of the Bolshevik seizure of power on American radicals, the formative years of the movement here, the factional squabbling over points of doctrine and positions of power, and the final unity in subservience to the USSR and Stalin. The volume, a sequel to the autobiographical 'I Confess," throws considerable light on the personalities of the communist movement, and on Party developments here and in the USSR." [Seidman; G151] (8-1/2"x5-7/8")

Title: THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVES: COMMUNISM IN AMERICA - A PERSONAL HISTORY AND INTIMATE PORTRAYAL OF ITS LEADER

Author Name: Gitlow, Benjamin; With a Foreword by Max Eastman

Categories: AMERICAN POLITICS,

Edition: First

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1948

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: good + Jacket

Seller ID: H11114

Keywords: Communism United States Communists