LABOUR WORKING CLASS HISTORY PRIMARY DOCUMENTS PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1932Foster-Ford: The Candidates of Working Youth (1932)by Young Communist League / Communist Party National Campaign Committee / Workers Library Publishershttps://archive.org/details/Foster-fordTheCandidatesOfWorkingYouth1932
...CHECK OUT THE COMMUNIST PROGRAM IT IS THE BERNIE SANDERS PROGRAM FOR 2016 IT IS WHAT WE WOULD TODAY CALL SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC, MANY OF THESE DEMANDS HAVE BEEN FULFILLED AFTER WWII AND THE UAW ORG DRIVE THE TROTSKYITE SECTS IN NORTH AMERICA CONTINUE TO BASE THEIR ORGANIZATIONS ON STUDENTS AND YOUNG WORKERS AND AS THEY SAY plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose - Wiktionaryhttps://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/plus_ça_change,_plus_c%27est_la_même_choseFrench ... An epigram by Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr in the January 1849 issue of his journal Les ... the more things change, the more they stay the same
WILLIAM Z FOSTER IS NOT A YOUTH BUT JAMES FORD WAS AS WELLAS BEING A 'NEGRO CANDIDATE' AT A TIME OF LYNCHINGS STILL IN THE SOUTH OR BEING KILLED IN A CHAIN GANG
Topics -- United States -- Campaign Literature. Election of 1932, , James W. Ford, CPUSA. Language English
Crudely printed newsprint 2 cent pamphlet issued by the Communist Party as part of its 1932 election campaign. No Author listed.No copyright notice in original publication. Published in USA before April 1, 1989. Public domain.Substantially reformatted for readability in this digital version. Scanned from an original in the Tim Davenport collection.This is a bibliographic rarity. WorldCat shows 3 copies only in pamphlet form as of March 2010. Also included in the bound pamphlet set "Where Do the Communists Stand: Communist Election Pamphlets, 1932," of which WorldCat shows 7 additional copies.
WILLIAM Z FOSTER BEGAN AS A WOBBLY ORGANIZERAND AN ADVOCATE OF SYNDICALISM PRIOR TO HELPINGFOUND THE CPUSA, WHERE HE THEN PROMOTED HIS OWNAND THE BOLSHEVIK THIRD INTERNATIONAL RED UNIONMOVEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM THE TRADE UNION EDUCATION LEAGUE