United States Communist History Bibliography 2016, and a Selective Bibliography of Non-U.S. Communism and Communism-Related Theory

@article{Filardo2017UnitedSC,
  title={United States Communist History Bibliography 2016, and a Selective Bibliography of Non-U.S. Communism and Communism-Related Theory},
  author={Peter Meyer Filardo},
  journal={American Communist History},
  year={2017},
  volume={16},
  pages={168 - 220}
}
  • P. Filardo
  • Published 22 September 2017
  • Art
  • American Communist History
The principal subject of this annual bibliography is the English language scholarly literature of American Communism (supplemented by the occasional article from serious journals of opinion, obituaries, etc.). In addition, there is a selective bibliography of work on non-U.S. Communism and on communism-related theory. Readers will note that the bibliography is broad in scope, containing many items that are either tangential to U.S. Communism, somewhere in the penumbrae cast by, or upon, U.S… 

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