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Toward Soviet America

Toward Soviet America Publisher New York Coward McCann inc Publication date Subjects CapitalismUnited StatesSocialismCommunismUnited StatesUnited StatesEconomic conditions Notes This is an OCR reprint There

  • Title: Toward Soviet America
  • Author: William Z. Foster
  • ISBN: 9780883552186
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Publisher New York, Coward McCann, inc Publication date 1932Subjects CapitalismUnited StatesSocialismCommunismUnited StatesUnited StatesEconomic conditions 1918 1945Notes This is an OCR reprint There may be numerous typos or missing text There are no illustrations or indexes.When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to MillioPublisher New York, Coward McCann, inc Publication date 1932Subjects Capitalism United StatesSocialismCommunism United StatesUnited States Economic conditions 1918 1945Notes This is an OCR reprint There may be numerous typos or missing text There are no illustrations or indexes.When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million Books where you can select from than a million books for free You can also preview the book there.

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    About "William Z. Foster"

    1. William Z. Foster

      Labor organizer and Marxist politician Joined the Socialist party in 1901, later became a Wobbly, Syndicalist, and Communist Three times a presidential candidate of the Communist party.

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    1. In 1932 the United States' Communist leader William Z. Foster wrote his book about the inevitability of the fall of capitalism and the rise of communism, and how that would and must occur in the United States before leading to the worldwide Soviet. We all know how that turned out, so reading Foster's Marxist prophecies of a glorious Soviet world are kind of funny. Not nearly as funny, however, as the moronic commentary provided in this book by Dr. Maurice Ries of Tulane University and House of U [...]


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