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92 AK Press. Distribution. 1998 Catalog. — San Francisco, 1998. — 167 p. E7

92 AK Press. Dicstribution. 1997 Catalog. — San Francisco, 1997. — 111 p. E7

86.38 Abu-Amr Z. Islamic Fundamentalism in the West Bank and Gasa. Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad. — Bloomington-Indianapolis: Indiana University, 1994. — 169 p. 1354

63.3(6) Accelerated Development in Sub-Saharian Africa. — Washington: The World Bank, 1981. — 198 p.: carte. A94

67.400.1 Acoli S. A Brief History of the New African Prison Struggle. — Leavenworth, 1992. — 23 p.: ill. B3

66.77 Action for Arms Control: A Guide for Individuals and Organizations/ Nuclear Weapons Discussion Project. — Cambridge (MA): Priorities, 1983. — 93 p. 3008

66.69 Active Resistance/ Anarchist Communist Federation. — L., s. a. — 15 p.: ill. E7

87.3 Adler M.J., Wolff P. Philisophy of Law and Jurisprudence. — Chicago-L.: Enciclopaedia Britannica, 1961. —  251 p. 2210

83(5) After Mao:Chinese Literature and Society. 1978-1981/ Ed. by J.C. Kinkley. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1985. — 345 p. — (Harvard Contemporary China: 1.) 1073

66.69 After the Revolution: Who rules? — Palo Alto: New York Labor News, 1978. — 39 p. B3

87.3 The Age of Belief: The Medieval Philisophers/ Ed. by A. Fremantle. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1955. — 218 p. 1483

66.3(0) The Age of Clandestinity/ Ya Basta!. — Milano, 1999. B3

63.3(70) Aguilar Camin H., Meyer L. In the Shadow of the Mexican Revolution: Contemporary Mexican History, 1910-1989. — Austin: University of Texas, 1996. — 287 p. 2253

66.1(0) Ajami F. The Arab Predicament: Arab Political Thought and Practice Since 1967. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1992. — 279 p. 998

63.3(6) Alexander N. South Africa: Which Road to Freedom? — San Francisco: Walnut, 1994. — 147 p. 1645

51.1 Allan T., Gordon S. The Scalpel, the Sword: The story of Dr. Norman Bethune. — N.-Y.: Cameron Associates, 1954. — 320 p. 916

66.5(4) Allen K. Socialists, Republicanism and the Armed Struggle/ Socialist Workers Movement. — Dublin, 1991. — 18 p. B3

63.3(7) Allen J.S. Reconstruction: The Battle for Democracy 1865-1876. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1937. — 256 p. 1633x

66.3(4) Allum P.A. Italy — Republic Without Government? — N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1973. — 267 p. 1346

65.3(7) Alperovitz G., Faux J. Rebuilding America: A Blueprint for the New Economy. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1984. — 319 p. 1969

Althusser L., Balibar E. Reading Capital. – L.: Verso, 1983. – 340 p. 2908

66.3(7) Alterman E. Sound and Fury: The Washington Punditocracy and the Collapse of Amerucan Politics. — N.-Y.: Harper Collins, 1992. — 352 p. 1360

63.3(7) Altgeld J.P. The Haymarket Anarchists. — Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1986. — 61 p.: 1 front. portr. 810

65.248 Altvater E. The Future of Market: An Essay on the Regulation of Money and Nature after the Collapse of «Actually Existing Socialism». — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1993. — 274 p. 2110

63.3(7) American Civilization on Trial: Black masses as vanguard. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1983. — 41 p.: ill. B3

78.34(7) American History Desk Reference/ The New York Public Library. — N.-Y.: Macmillan, 1997. — 497 p.: ill. 1502

66.72(7) The American Labor Movement/ Ed. by D. Brody. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1971. — 162 p. 1026

The American Military/ Ed. by M. Oppenheimer. – S. l.: Transation, 1971. – 180 p. 2975

60.54(7) The American Worker/ Ed by R.B. Morris. — Washington, 1976. — 327 p.: ill. A83

87.3 Anarchism – the Struggle Continues. – S. l., 1998. – 14 p. B3

66.69(5) Anarchism in Turkey. — 2d ed. — L.: Karambol, 1995. — 10 p. B3

87.3 The Anarchist Papers 3. — Montreal-N.-Y.: Black Rose, 1990. — 212 p. 2020

66.69 The Anarchist Solution to the Problem of Crime/ SRAF. — Chicago, s. a. B3

92 Anarchist Year Book 1996. — S. l.: Phoenix, 1996. — 20 p. B3

66.69 Anarchist Yellow Pages. – N.-Y.: Nihil, 1998. – 54 p.: ill. B3

63.3(2) The Anarchists in the Russian Revolution/ Ed by P. Avrich. — Ithaca: Cornell University, 1973. — 179 p.: ill. 577

66.69(70) Anarcho-Syndicalism in Puerto Real: From shipyard resistance to direct democracy & community control/ Solidarity Federation. — Norwich, 1995. — 24 p.: ill. B3

66.3 Anarchy in the USSR: A New Beginning/ Ed. by P. Ruff. — L.: ASP, 1991. — 80 p.: ill. 833

60.7 And the Poor Get Children: Radical Perspectives on Population Dynamics/ Ed by K.R. Michaelson. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1981. — 269 p. 1887

63.3(4) Anderson A. Hungary'56. — L.: Phoenix, s. a. — 124 p. 631

65.272 Anderson S.J. Welfare Policy and Politics in Japan: Beyond the Develpomental State. — N.-Y.: Paragon, 1993. — 194 p. 955

66.4(0) Annual Report 1997: Human Rights Developments in 1996/ International Helsinki Federation of Human Rights (IHF).- Vienna, 1997. — 327 p. 1535

Thå Anti-Apartheid Reader: South Africa and the Struggle against White Racist Rule/ Ed. by D. Mermerstein. – N.-Y.: Grove, 1987. – 533 p. 2735

66.69(0) Anti-Imprerialism: A Guide for the Movement/ Ed. by F. Reza. — L.-Sydney: Bookmarks, 2003. — 280 p.: ill. 1862

66.5(6) Apartheid: A Collection of Writings on South African Racism by South Africans/ Ed. by A. La Guma. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1971. — 245 p. 1121

Appignanesi R., Zarate O. Lenin for beginners. – Cambridge: Icon, 1994. – 176 p.: ill. 2918

63.3(7) Aptheker H. The Labor Movement in the South during the Slavery. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, s. a. — 24 p. B3

66.5(7) Aptheker H. The Negro People in America: A Critique of Gunnar Murdal's "An American Dilemma". — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1946. — 80 p. 915x

63.3(7) Aptheker H. The Unfolding Drama: Studies in U.S. history. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1979. - 174 p. 2409

63.3(2) Arbatov G.A., Oltmans W. The Soviet Viewpoint. — N.-Y.: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1983. — 219 p. 2337

Archer J. Breaking Barriers: The feminist revolution from Susan B. Anthony to Margaret Sanger to Betty Friedan. – N.-Y.: Viking, 1991. – 207 p.: ill. 2884

87.7 Arenas R. Before Night Falls: A Memoir. — N.-Y.: Penguin, 2000. — 317 p. 1186

63.3(70) Arevalo J.J. The Shark and the Sardines. — N.-Y.: Lyle Stuart, 1961. — 256 p. 2213

63.3(4) Arling M. A Short History of Great Danes. — S. l.: Aschehoug, 2002. — 80 p.: ill. 2105

63.3(4) Armed Struggle in Italy 1976-78: A Chronology. — 2d ed. — L.: Elephant, 1990. — 109 p. 1889

86.38 Armstrong K. Islam: A Short History. — N.-Y.: Modern Library, 2000. — 222 p. 1284

65.9(7) Armstrong M. The Canadian Economy and Its Problems. — Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1970. — 257 p. 1290

63.3(7) Arnesen E. Waterfront Workers of New Orlean: Race, class and politics, 1863-1923. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1994. — 353 p. 2084

66.72(4) Arnold P. A New Party? Some Lessons from Belgian Labour/ Socialist Labour League. — L.: New Park, 1965. — 18 p.: ill. E7

63.3(7) Aronowitz S. False Promises: The Shaping of American Working Class Consciousness. – N.-Y.: McGraw-Hill, 1974. – 465 p. 2587

Aronowitz S. How Class Works: Power and Social Movement. – New Haven-L.: Yale University, 2003. – 263 p. 2984

66.4(5) Aronson R. The Dialectic of Disaster: A Preface to Hope. — L.: Verso, 1983. — 329 p. 1583

84 Arsenal: Surrealist Subversion. — Chicago: Blask Swan, 1989. — 224 p.: ill. À38

63.3(2) Arshinov P. History of the Makhnovist Movement 91918-1921). — L.: Freedom, 1987. — 284 p. 488

87.3 "As we see it!" (...Towards the 21th century...)/ Libertarian workers for a self-management society. — Melbourne, 1988. — 8 p.: ill. B3

30.36 Asbestos Killer Dust. A Worker/Community Guide: How to fight the hazards of asbestos and its substitutes. — L.: BSSRS, 1979. — 287 p. 1322

63.3(4) Ascherson N. The Polish August: The Self-Limiting revolution. — Harmondworth: Penguin, 1982. — 320 p. 1453

66.3(0) Asian Dilemma: United States, Japan and China: A Special reposrt from the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions/ Ed. by E.H. Burnell. — Santa Barbara, 1969. — 236 p.: ill. 1022

86 Attwater D. The Penguin Dictionary of Saints. — Baltimore: Penguin, 1965. — 362 p. 1482

65.262.2 Auerbach R.D. Money, Banking, and Financial Markets. — 2d ed. –N.-Y.-L.: Macmillan, 1985. — 650 p. 1293

63.3(7) The Autobiography of Mother Jones. — 3d ed. —  Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1974. — 242 p.: ill. 1080

Avakian B. If There Is to Be Revolution, There Must Be a Revolutionary Party/ R.C.P. – Chicago, 1982. – 74 p.: 1 front. portr. B3

63.3(2) Avrich P. The Russian Anarchists. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1967. — 303 p. 1249

63.3(5) Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Islamic Government. – Arlington: Joint Publications, 19797. – 154 p.: ill. 2673

 

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Bagley P. Clueless George Goes to War! – Salt Lake City: White Horse, 2005. – ill. 2888

66.3(0) Bahro R. The Alternative in Eastern Europe. — L.: Verso, 1984. — 463 p. 1189

86.3 Bainton R.H. Christendom: A Short History of Christianity and Its Impact on Western Civilization. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1966.

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86.3 Bainton R.H. Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1950. — 336 p.: ill. 796

60.5 Bakan A. The Great Lie: They call them" socialist" countries, we know they're capitalist... — Toronto: International Socialists, 1981. — 31 p.: ill. B3

66.5(7) Bakan A. Quebec: From Conquest to Constitution: A Socialists analysis/ International Socialists. — Toronto, 1991. — 40 p. B3

63.3(4)-8 Baker D. Adolf Galland: The Authorised Biography. — L.: Windrow and Greene, 1996. — 316 p.: ill. 1286

66.3(7) Baker R.K. The New Fat Cats: Members of Congress as Political Beneficiators. — N.-Y.: Priority, 1989. — 92 p.: ill. 1260

87.3 Bakunin on Anarchism. — Montreal: Black Rose, 1980. — 453 p. 859

76.1 Bambery C. The Case for the Socialist Newspaper/ Socialist Worker. — L., s. a. — 23 p. B3

66.5(4) Bambery C. Scotland's National Question/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1990. — 38 p.: ill. B3

66.1(0) Bambery C. Stopping the Nazi Menace: How to fight the fascists today/ SWP. — L., 2001. — 46 p.: ill. B3

65.013.5 Baran P.A., Sweezy P.M. Monopoly Capital: An essay on the American economic and social order. — N.-Y.-L.: Modern Reader, 1968. — 401 p. 2090

66.3(7) Barlett D.L., Steele J.B. America: what went wrong? — Kansas City: Andrews & McMeel, 1992. — 235 p.: ill. 1736

66.3(7) Barnes J. The Changing Face of U.S. Politics: Working-Class Politics and the Trade Unions. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1994. — 459 p.: ill. 1336

66.69(7) Barnes J. et al. Prospects for Socialism in America. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 266 p. 1467

66.69(7) Barnes J., et al. Towards an American Socialist Revolution: A Strategy for the 1970s. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder. 1971. — 207 p. 1450

63.3(2) Barr G. An Old Story. Trotsky and Democracy: Soviet versus Parliaments. — S. l., 1995. —  23 p. E7

Barr G. Dynamic Marxism: Trotsky and the Trade Union 1919-1929. – S. l. n. d. – 149 p. A156

65.272 Barr N. The Economics of the Welfare State. — 2d ed. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1993. — 495 p. 2175

63.3(2) Barratt G. Russia in Pacific Waters, 1715-1825: A Survey of the Origins of Russia’s Naval Presence in the North and South Pacific. — Vancouver-L.: University of British Columbia, 1981. — 500 p.: ill. 785

63.3(7) Barrett J.R. Work and Community in the Jungle: Chicago's Packinghouse Workers, 1894-1922. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1990. — 290 p. 786

60.5 Barzini L. The Italians: A full-length portrait featuring their manners and morals. — N.-Y., 1964. — 361 p. 1151

74.5(7) Barzun J. The American University: How It Runs, Where It Is Going. — N.-Y.-Evanston-L.: 1968. — 319 p. 1289

72 Barzun J. Teacher in America. — N.-Y.: Doubleday & Co, 1954. — 280 p. 1142

63.3(5) Bashiriyeh H. The State and Revolution in Iran 1962-1982 — L.-Canberra: Croom Helm — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1984. — 203 p. 2062

Batie S.S. Soil Erosion: Crisis in America’s Croplands? – Washington: Conservation Foundation, 1984. – 136 p.: ill. 2981

66.3(7) Baumgartner F.R., Jones B.D. Agendas and Instability in American Politics. — Chicago-L.: The University of Chicago, 1993. — 298 p. 1258

67.405 Bayat A. Work, Politics and Power: An international perspective on workers’ control and self-management. — L.: Zed, 1991. — 243 p. 1758

63.3(0) Baynes N.H., Moss H.S.L.B. Bysantinum: An Introduction to East Roman Civilization. — Oxford: Clarendon, 1961. — 436 p.: ill. 2344 

67.400.1 Beard S.A. An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States. — N.-Y.: Macmillan, 1956. — 330 p. 2142

63.3(7) Beard S.A., Beard M.R. The Rise of American Civilization. — 2d ed. — N.-Y.: Macmillan, 1936. — 869 p.: ill. 2174x

66.3 Bedford H.F. Seabrook Station: Citizen Politics and Nuclear Power. — Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1990. — 224 p. 1400

66.72 Beeler D., Kurshenbaum H. How to Be a More Effective Union Representative. — Chicago, 1979. — 125 p.: ill. 1843

67.408 Behind Their Back: Russian Forces’ Use of Civilians as Hostages and Human Shields during the Chechnya War/ «Memorial» Human Rights Center. — Moscow, 1997. — 37 p.: ill. B3

65.290 Behn R.D. Leadership Counts: Lessons for Public Managers from the Massachusetts Welfare, Training and Employment program. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1991. — 248 p. 990

66.3(7) Bell D. Confronting Authority: Reflections of an Ardent Protector. — Boston: Beacon, 1994. — 185 p. 1877

60.54(7) Bellah R.N. et al. Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1986. — 355 p. 2032

84.4 Bellamy E. Apparitions of Things to Come: Tales of Mystery & Imagination. — Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1990. — 175 p.: 1 ill. 534

Belmonte L.A. Speaking of America. – 2d ed. – Belmont: Thomson, 2007.

Vol. 1. – To 1877. – 421 p.: ill. 2962

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63.3(70) Benjamin A. Nicaragua: Dynamics of an Unfinished Revolution. — San Francisco: Walnut, 1989. — 176 p. 2126

66.72 Benson H. How to Get an Honest Union Election/ Association for Union Democracy. — N.-Y., s. a. — 65 p. B3

63.3(2) Berdyaev N. The Russian Revolution. — Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1961. — 91 p. 398

87.8 Berenson B. Aesthetics and History. — N.-Y.: Doubleday, 1948. — 283 p. 1170x

63.3(7) Berger C. The Sense of Power: Studies in the Ideas of Canadian Imperialism, 1867-1914. — Toronto: University of Toronto, 1970. — 277 p. 1622

60.54(0) Berger Gluck S. Rosie the Riveter Revisited: Women, the War and Social Change. — N.-Y.-Scarborough: Meridian, 1987. — 281 p. 1849

63.3(4) Berghahn V.R. Germany and the Approach of War in 1914. — N.-Y.: St. Martin's, 1973. — 260 p. 711

87.3 Berkman A. What Is Communist Anarchism? — L.: Phoenix, 1989. — 117 p. 634

Berman M. Adventures in Marxism. – L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1999. – 273 p. 2905

87.3 Berneri M.-L. Neither East nor West. Selected Writings. — L.: Freedom Press, 1952. — 192 p. 558

66.69(4) Berry D. A History of the French Anarchist Movement, 1917-1945. — Westport-L.: Greenwood, 2002. — 323 p. 1328

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63.3(7) Best N.E. A Celebration of Work. — Lincoln-L.: University of Nebraska, 1990. — 223 p.: cartes. 2177

66.69 The Best of Subversion: An Introduction to the Politics of Anti-Left Communism: Selected articles from the first eleven issues of Subversion. — Manchester: Subversion, s. a. — 21 p.: ill. E7

63.3(0) Bethel N. The Last Secret: The Delivery to Stalin of Over Two Million Russians By Britain and the United States. — N.-Y.: Basic, 1974. — 224 p.: ill. 784

66.74 Beyond Domination: New Pespectives on Women and Philosophy/ Ed. by C.C. Gould. — New Jersey: Rowman & Allanheld, 1984. — 321 p. 1436

66.69 Beyond the Nation-State, the World Market, and Blind Development: Toward a Program-of-Transition to Socialism/ Capitalist Crisis Studies. — Berkeley, 1977. E7

67.401 Biehl J. The Politics of Social Ecology: Libertarian Municipalism. — Montreal-N.-Y.-L.: Black Rose, 1998. — 194 p. 2001

66.0 Bienen H., Van de Walle N. Of Time and Power: Lesdership Duration in the Modern World. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1991. — 215 p. 1638

66.72(4) The Big Meeting: A people's view of Durham Miners' Gala/ Ed. by K. Armstrong. — Newcastle upon Tyne: TUPS/ Northern Voices, 1994. — 104 p.: ill. 3006

67(7) The Bill of Rights in the Modern State/ Ed. by G.R. Stone, R.A. Epstein, C.R. Sunstein. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1992. — 583 p. 944

63.3(7) Bimba A. The Molly Maguires: The true story of labor's martyred pioneers in the coalfields. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1982. - 114 p. 2474

63.3(7) Binkley E.H. Reflections on the Labor Movement of the U.S.A. - N.-Y.: New Outlook, s. a. - 276 p. 2478

68 Binns P. Missile Madness: The new weapons systems and how they threaten your life/ SWP. – 2d ed. – L., 1981. – 38 p.: ill. B3

66.72 Bird S., Georgakas D., Shaffer D. Solidarity Forewer: An oral history of the IWW. — Chicago: Lake View, 1985. — 247 p.: ill 1262

63.3(7) Black Political Life in the United State: A First as the Pendulum/ Ed. by L.J. Henderson Jr. — San Francisco: Chandler, 1972. — 273 p. 2207

66.74 Black Women in White America: A Documentary History. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1973. — 630 p. 1148

66.69(4) Blackie D. A Dream Betrayed/ SWP. – L., 1991. – 46 p.: ill. B3

20.1 Blackie D. Environment in Crisis: The Socialist answer/ SWP. – L., 1990. – 46 p.: ill. B3

55.148 Blackie D., Taylor I. AIDS: The Socialist view/ SWP. – L., 1987. – 32 p.: ill. B3

65.23 Blazyca G. Planning is Good for You: The Case for Popular Control. — L.: Pluto, 1988. — 111 p. 1355

65.422 Bleaney M.F. Under-Consumption Theories: A History and Critical Analysis. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1976. — 262 p. 1017

66.3(0) Bledsoe T.  Careers in City Politics: The Case for Urban Democracy. — Pittsburgh-L.: University of Pittsburgh, 1993. — 231 p. 1252

66.69 Bobbio N. Liberalism and Democracy. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1990. — 94 p. 2356

Bobo K., Kendall J., Max S. Organizing for Social Change: Midwest Academy. Manual for Activists. – 3d ed. - Santa Ana: Seven Locks, 2001. – 425 p.: ill. A157 

63.3(2) Bobrovskaya C. Twenty Years in Underground Russia: Memoirs of a Rank-and-File Bolshevik. – Chicago: Proletarian, 1978. – 227 p. 2591

66.74 The Body Politics: Women's Liberation Movement in Britain 1969-1972. — L.: SW (Litho), 1972. — 261 p. 1824

Bolerium Books: Catalog No 37. American Labor and Radical History (Including African American Studies). – San Francisco, s. a. – 65 p. B3

63.3(70) Bolivia: The Revolution That "Fourth International" Betrayed/ League for the Revolutionary Party. — N.-Y., s. a. — 21 p. E7

63.3(2) The Bolsheviks in Power: Beyond Kronstadt. — S. l., s. a. — 8 p.: ill. E7

87.3 Bonanno A.M. Anarchism and the National Liberation Struggle. — L.: Elephant, 1990. — 24 p. B3

87.3 Bookchin M. Post-Scarity Anarchism. — Berkeley: Ramparts, 1971. — 286 p. 898

63.3(4) Bookchin M. To Remember Spain. The Anarchist and Syndicalist Revolution of 1936. — Edinburgh: AK, 1994. — 69 p.: ill. 632

20.1 Bookchin M. Toward an Ecological Society. — Montreal: Black Rose, 1980. — 313 p. 917

66.72 Bookchin M. Workers and the Peace Movement. — S. l.:1983. — 26 p. B3

65(7) Boorstein E. What's Ahead?.. The US Economy. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1984. — 229 p. 1341

66.4(7) Boorstein E., Boorstein R. Counter Revolution: U.S. Foreign Policy. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1990. — 339 p. 1637

63.3(4) Borkenau F. The Spanish Cockpit: An eyewitness account of the political and social conflicts of the Spanish Civil War. — L.-Sydney.: Pluto, 1986. — 303 p. 766

63.3(4) Borneman J. Belonging in the Two Berlins: Kin, state, nation. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1992. — 386 p. 778

66(5) Borthwick B. Comparative Politics of the Middle East. — New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1980. — 308 p. 951

66.5(4) Bosnia-Herzegovina: Achilles Heel of Western "Civilization". — Chicago: News and Letters, 1996. — 108 p. 1839

63.3(4) The Bosnian Miners’ Rebellion of 1920 and Our Struggle for Unity. — S. l., s. a. — 13 p. E7

68.8 Bottome E. The Balance of Terror: Nuclear Weapons and the Illusion of Security, 1945-1985. — Boston: Beacon, 1986. — 291 p. 977

60.54 Bottomore T.B. Classes in Modern Society. — N.-Y: Random, 1966. — 120 p. 1864

66.1(0) Bourrinet Ph. The Workers’ Councils in the Theory of the Dutch-German Communist Left. — 37 p.; Barrot J. Fascism/Antifascism. — 16 p. E7

66.5(7) Boutelle P., et al. Murder in Memphis: Martin Luther King and the Future os the Black Liberation Struggle. — N.-Y.: Merit, 1969. — 15 p. B3

65.9(7) Bowles S., Gordon D.M., Weisskopf T.E. After the Waste Land: A Democratic Economics for the Year 2000. — Armonk-L.: M. E. Sharpe, 1990. — 269 p. 1259

63.3(7) Boyer R.O., Morais H.M. Labor’s Untold Story/ United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America. – N.-Y., 1986. – 402 p. 2627

63.3(7) Brandon H. The Retreat of American Power. — N.-Y.: Delta, 1974. — 368 p. 2209

63.3(0) Braudel F. Afterthoughts on Material Civilization and Capitalism. — Baltimore-L.: The Jones Hopkins University, 1979. — 120 p. 1205

63.3(4) Braunthal G. Political Loyalty and Public Service in West Germany: The 1972 Decree against Radicals and Its Consequences. — Amherst: The University of Massachusetts, 1990. — 249 p. 2121

65.24 Braverman H. Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1974. — 465 p. 1735

66.72(5) "Bread, peace, democracy"... The Turkish miners strike 1991. — Newcastle-upon-Tyne, s. a. — 15 p.: ill. E7

87.3 Bree G. Camus and Sartre: Crisis and Commitment. — N.-Y.: Delta, 1972. — 287 p. 1586

63.3(7) Breitman G. The Last Year of Malcolm X: The Evolution of a Revoltionary. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 169 p.: 1 front portr. 1705

66.5 Breitman G. Race Prejudice: How It Began, When It will End. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 15 p. B3

66.69(0) Breitman G. The Rocky Road to the Fourth International, 1933-38/ Fourth Internationalist Tendency. — N.-Y., s. a. — 21 p. E7

63.3(7) Breitman G., Porter H., Smith B. The Assassination of Malcolm X. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 190 p.: 1 front portr. 1075

63.3(4) Brenan G. The Spanish Labyrinth: An Account of the Social and Political Background of the Civil War. — Cambridge: University Press, 1960. — 384 p. 851

Brennan M. Painting Gender, Constructing Theory: The Alfred Stieglitz Circle and American Formalist Aesthetics. – Cambridge (MA)-L.: MIT, 2001. – 377 p.: ill. 2736

66.72 Bricianer S. Pannekoek and the Workers' Counsils. — Saint-Louis: Telos, 1978. — 300 p. 1099

78.5 Brickett M.F. Labor History Resources in the U.S. Department of Labor Library. — pp. [236-240]. B3

66.0 Bringing the State Back in/ Ed. by P.B. Evans, D. Rueschemeyer & T. Skoepol. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1985. — 390 p. 932

87.3 Brinton C. The Shaning of the Modern Mind: The Concluding Half of Ideas and Men. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1953. — 287 p. 839

63.3(2) Brinton M. The Bolsheviks & Workers' Control 1917 to 1921. The State and Counter-Revolution. — Detroit: Black & Red, 1975. — 86 p. 455

65.261(4) Britton A., Mayes D. Achieving Monetary Union in Europe. — L.: SAGE, 1992. — 144 p. 2091

63.3(2) Broido V. Apostles into Terrorists: Women and the Revolutionary Movement in the Russia of Alexander II. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1977. — 238 p.: ill. 1499

63.3(7) Brommel B.J. Eugene V. Debs: Spokesman for Labor and Socialism. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1978. — 265 p.: ill. 2044

63.3(7) Brooks T.R. Toil and Trouble: A History of American Labor. — N.-Y.: Delta, 1964. — 300 p. 1628

Brown B. We Are, Are We? – Brunswick” Coyote, s. a. – 241 p. 2949

66.3(7) Brown P.G. Restoring the Public Trust: A Fresh Vision for Progressive Government in America. — Boston: Beacon, 1994. — 167 p. 1406

63.3(4) Brown T. The British General Strike/ Anarchist Federation. — L., s. a. — 16 p. B3

63.3(2) Brown T. Lenin & Workers' Control. — Sydney: Monty Miller, 1987. — 16 p.: ill. Â3

Brown W. The Way to the Uncle Sam Hotel. – S. l.: Coyote, s. d. – 219 p.: ill. 2893

63.3(7) Brundage D. The Making of Western Labor Radicalism: Denver's Organized Workers 1878-1905. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1994. — 207 p. 2211

60.54(2) Buckley M. Women and Ideology in the Soviet Union. — N.-Y.-L.-Toronto-Sydney-Tokyo: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989. — 266 p. 1805

63.3(7) Buhle P.M. A Dreamer's Paradise Lost: Louis C. Fraina/Lewis Corey (1892-1953)  and the Decline of Radicalism in the United States. — New Jersey: Humanities, 1995. — 192 p. 1433

66.69(7) To Build a Better World: The 1962 Socialist Platform/ Socialist Party of USA. — N.-Y., 1962. — 26 p. B3

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87.3 Bukharin and anarchism. – S. l., s. a. – 16 p. B3

68 Bush V. Modern Arms and Free Men: A Discussion of the Role of Science in Preserving Democracy. — N.-Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1949. — 273 p. 1832x

85 Butler E.M. The Tyranny pf Greece over Germany: A study of the influence exercised by Greek art and poetry over the great German writers of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. — Boston: Beacon, 1958. — 351 p. 1307

65.9(7) Butterfield S. AMWAY: The Cult of Free Enterprise. — Boston: South End, 1985. — 185 p. 1079

66.3(2) Buzgalin A., Kolganov A. Looking for Alternative to Stalinism and Liberalism. — Moscow, 1991. — 60 p. B3

66.3(2) Buzgalin A., Kolganov A. Russia; Economic, Social and Political Contradictions of Transformations. — Moscow: Delo, 2003. — 64 p. B3

67.412.1 By All Available Means: The Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs Operation in the Village of Samashki: April 7-8, 1995/ Memorial Human Rights Center. — M., 1996. — 107 c., èë. 1203

65.2(5) Byung-Nak Song. The Rise of the Korean Economy. — 3rd ed. — Oxford-N.-Y.: Oxford University, 2003. — 365 p. 1309

 

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66.5(7) CLR James. A History of Pan African Revolt. — Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1995. — 150 p.: 1 front. portr. 1024

66.5(70) CLR James. Walter Rodney and the Question of Power. — S. l., 1983. — 15 p. B3

65.9(5) Calder K.E. Strategic Capitalism: Private business and public purpose in Japanese industrial finance. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1993. — 373 p. 2058

65.291 The California Colony Program/ The Reciprocal Economy Foundation. — Los Angeles, 1946. — 11 p.: 1 front. portr. B3x

66.69 Callinicos A. An Anti-Capitalist Manifesto. — Cambridge: Polity, 2003. — 180 p. 1699

66.69 Callinicos A. The Anti-Capitalist Movement and the Revolutionary Left/ SWP. — L., 2001. — 42 p. B3

66.69 Callinicos A. Trotskyism. — Buckingham: Open University, 1990. — 103 p. 2118

63.3(2) Camatte J. Community and Communism in Russia. — L., 1978. — 69 p. Â3

66.69(7) Camejo P. How to Make a Revolution in the U.S. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 23 p.: 1 front. portr. B3

66.3(7) Camejo P. Liberalism, Ultraleftism or Mass Action. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 14 p.: 1 ill. B3

63.3(7) Cameron A. Radicals of the Worst Sort: Laboring Women in Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1860-1912. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1993. — 229 p. 1468

63.3(0) Cameron K.N. Humanity and Society. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1973. — 470 p. 2071

87.3 Cameron K.N. Marx and Engels Today: A Modern Dialogue on Philosophy and History. — N.-Y.: Exposition, 1976. — 89 p. 1411

63.3(8) Campbell E.W. History of the Australian Labor Movement. — Sydney: Current Book Distributors, 1945. — 160 p. 1254x

Cannadine D. The Rise and Fall of Class in Britain. – N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1999. – 293 p. 2983

66.69(7) Cannon J.P. America's Road to Socialism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1975. — 124 p. 1025

66.61(7) Cannon J.P. The First Ten Years of American Communism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 343 p. 1023

66.72 Cannon J. The I.W.W. — N.-Y.: Merit, s. a. — 31 p. B3

66.69(7) Cannon J.P. The History of American Trotskyism. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. – 268 p., 1 front. portr. 2548

66.69(7) Cannon J.P. Socialism on Trial. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1970. — 184 p.: 1 ill. 1014

66.69(7) Cannon J.P. The Socialist Workers Party in World War II: Writings and Speeches. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1975. — 446 p. 1491

66.1(0) Cannon J.P. Speeches for Socialism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 462 p. 1706

66.69(7) Cannon J.P. The Struggle for a Proletarian Party. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1987. — 302 p. 1754

63.3(7) Carwardine W.H. The Pullman Strike. — 2d ed. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1994. — 126 p. 1352

66.3(2) Caucasus and an Unholy Alliance/ Ed. by A. Leitzinger. — Vantaa: Kirja-Leitzinger, 1997. — 348 p. 1590

63.3(5) Ch'en J. Mao and the Chinese Revolution. — L.-Oxford: Oxford University, 1965. — 419 p.: 1 front. portr. 1181

66.75 The Challenge of Youth/ Ed. by E.H. Erikson. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1965. — 340 p. 1809

67.412.1 Challenging Racism and Sexism: Alternatives to Genetic Explanations/ Ed. by E. Tobach, B. Rosoff. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press-University of New York, 1994. — 337 p. 1279

63.3(5) Chang C.M. Communist China: Fact and Myth. — N.-Y., 1956. — 26 p. — (The New Leader.) B3

63.3(2) Chaqueri C. Avetis Sultanzade — The Forgotten Revolutionary Theoretician (life and works). — Teheran, s. a. — 87 p.: 1  front. portr. — (History of Iranian Workers Movement.) B3

Charter and Constitution/ International Federation of Workers’ Education Associations (IFWEA). – Oslo, 1993. – 23 p. B3

63.3(2) Chase W.J. Workers, Society, and the Soviet State: Labor and Life in Moscow, 1918-1929. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1990. — 344 p. 1048

Chase-Dunn C., Hall T.D. Rise and demise: Comparing World-Systems. – Boulder: Westview, 1997. – 322 p. 2974

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63.3(70) Che Guevara E. The Diary: Bolivia: November 7, 1966 — October 7, 1967. — N.-Y.: Bantam, 1968. — 190 p. 1122

66.1(0) Che Guevara E. Man and Socialism/ Students for a Democratic Society. — N.-Y., s. a. — 22 p.: ill. B3

63.3(0) Che Guevara E. On Vietnam and World Revolution. — N.-Y.: Merit, 1967. — 15 p. B3

66.74 Chevigny B.G. The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller's Life and Writings. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press, 1976. — 500 p. 1393

66.3 Chomsky N. Letters from Lexington. Reflections on Propaganda. — Monroe: Common Courage; Edinburgh: AK, 1993. — 167 p. 1379

Chomsky N. On Miseducation. – Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000. – 197 p. 2954

66.4(0) Chomsky N. Power and Terror: Post 9/11 Talks and Interviews. — N.-Y.: Seven Stories; Tokyo: Little More, 2003. — 158 p.: ill. 1185

87.3 Chomsky N. The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many. — Berkeley: Odonian, 1993. — 96 p. — (The Real Story.) 1136

66.3 Chomsky N. Secrets, Lies and Democracy. — Tucson: Odonian, 1997. — 127 p. 1378

66.0 Chomsky N. Year 501: The conquest continues. — L.: Verso, 1993. — 331 p. 1422

87.3 Christ C.P. Diving Deep and Surfacing: Women Writers on Spiritual Quest. — 2d ed. — Boston: Beacon, 1980. — 158 p. 1350

87.3 Christie S., Meltzer A. The Floodgates of Anarchy. — S. l.: Kahn & Averill, 1970. — 160 p. 995

66.5(7) Chronicles of Black Protest/ Ed. by B. Chambers. — N.-Y.-Toronto: Mentor, 1968. — 255 p. 1963

92 Cienfuegos Press. Review of Anarchist Literature 1976. — Huddersfield, s. a. — 28 p.: ill. B3

63.3(2) Ciliga A. The Kronstadt Revolt. — L.: Freedom Press, 1942. — 15 p. Â3õ

88.5 Claessens A. Understanding the Worker. Problems of labor organizations analyzed in the light of social psychology. Background in trade union history. — N.-Y.: Rand School, 1954. — 60 p. B3

26.89(4) Clark A.L. Bosnia: What Every American Should Know. - N.-Y.: Berkley, 1996. - 235 p. 2450

67.405 Clark P.F. A Union Member's Guide to the New Right. — University Park: The Pennsilvania State University, s. a. — 23 p. B3

Class and Self-Image: A Women’s Group Talks about Personal Power and Powerlessness. – Somerville: New England Free Press, s. a. – 40 p.: ill. B3

84 Class War: Comix. – Princeton: Kitchen Sinkm 1979. – ill. B3

66.69(4) Class War: A Decade of Disorder/ Bone I., Pullen A., Scargill T. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1991. — 113 p.: ill. 2325

92 Classical and Foreign Quotations: Law terms and maxims, proverbs, mottoes, phrases and expressions in French, Greek, Italian, Latin, Spanish and Portuguese with translations, references, explanatory notes and indexes/ Ed. by F.H. King. — 2d ed. — L.: Whitaker & Sons, 1889. — 624 p. 1657x

63.3(7) Cleaver E. Soul on Ice. — N.-Y.: Delta, 1968. — 210 p. 2089

66.1(0) Clement C. Et al. Beating Back the Corporate Attack: Socialism and the Struggle for Global Justice/ Solidarity. — Detroit, 2000. — 44 p.: ill. B3

63.3(5) Cleveland W.L. A History of the Modern Middle East. — 2d ed. — Boulder: Westview, 2000. — 585 p. 2334

66.69 Cliff T. Permanent Revolution. — N.-Y., 1981. — 22 p. B3

63.3(4) Cliff T. Portugal at the Crossroads/ International Socialism. - L., 1975. - 48 p., ill. E7

63.3(0) Cliff T. Trotsky: The Darker the Night the Brighter the Star. — L.-Chicago: Bookmarks, 1993.

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63.3(0) Cliff T. A World to Win: Life of a Revolutionary. — L.-Chicago-Sydney: Bookmarks, 2000. — 247 p. 1692

66.69(0) Cliff T. et al. Party and Class. — L.: Pluto, s. a. — 78 p. 1751

65.24(7) Clubb J.M., Austin E.W., Kirk Jr., C.W. The Process of Historical Inquiry: Everyday Lives of Working Americans. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1989. — 205 p. 1486

63.3(7) The Coal Miners' General Strike of 1949-50 and the Birth of Marxist-Humanism in the U.S. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1984. — 47 p.: ill. B3

66.72(4) Coates K., Topham A. Industrial Democracy in Great Britain: A Book of Readings and Witnesses for Workers’ Control. — S. l.: Macgibbon & Kee, 1968. — 431 p. 1671

Cobler S. Law, Order and Politics in West Germany. – Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1978. – 220 p. 2732

63.3(7) Cockburn A. Corruptions of Empire: Life Studies & the Reagan Era. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1988. — 540 p. 2237

Cohen M. Big Science, Fragmentation of Work & the Left’s Curious Notion of Progress. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, 2004. – 18 p. E7

Cohen M. Deep Marxism: Towards a Nature Theory of Value. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, 1995. – 31 p. B3

Cohen M. The Shortcomings of Traditional Leftist Strategy. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, 1993. – 22 p.: ill. – (Zen-Marxism). B3

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Cohen M. “What Is to Be Undone?” or How to Spot a Vanguardist at Twenty Yards. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, 1993. – 14 p.: ill. – (Zen-Marxism). B3

Cohen M. The Whole World Is Watching… Television. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, 1996. – 27 p.: ill. – (Zen-Marxism). B3

84.6 Collen L. The Rape of Sita. — L.: Bloomsbury, 2001. — 197 p. 1920

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63.3(4) Comfort R.A. Revolutionary Hamburg: Labor Politics in the Early Weimar Republic. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1966. — 226 p. 706

20.1 Commoner B. Making Peace with the Planet. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1990. — 292 p. 1559

87.3 The Communist Manifesto — and the Last Hundred Years/ Socialist Party. — L., 1948. — 92 p. B3x

66.61 Communist Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century/ Left Alternative. — Budapest, 1998. — 32 p. B3

66.61(0) Communist Organizations & Class Consciousness/ Internationa Communist Current. — L., s. a. — 128 p. 1003

26.89(0) Communist Regimes: The Aftermath/ Ed. By R. Miliband, L. Panitch. — L.: Merlin, 1991. — 389 p. — (Socialist Register 1991.) 1084

87.3 Community and Loose End. — Minneapolis-Oxford: University of Minnesota, 1991. — 139 p. 2117

65.261 Comparative Political Finance in the 1980s/ Ed. by H.E. Alexander. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1989. — 274 p. 2010

66.74 Competition: A Feminist Taboo?/ Ed. by V. Miner, H.E. Longino. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press, 1987. — 260 p. 1405

66.72(5) Completion of 50 Years as General Secretary Since 01-02-1948. Comrade Bala Tampoe/ Ceylon Mercantile, Industrial and General Workers’ Union (CMU). — Colombo, 1998. — 21 p.: ill. Å7

63.3(4) Comrade and Lover. Rosa Luxemburg's Letters to Leo Jogiches. — L.: Pluto, 1989. — 206 p.: ill. 1558

74 Conant J.B. Shaping Educational Policy. — N.-Y.-Toronto-L.: McGraw-Hill, 1964. — 139 p. 1230

67.409 Conditions in Detention in Chechen Republic Conflict Zone. Treatment of Detainees: A report by Human Rights NGO’s Observer Mission to the zone of the armed conflict in Chechen Republic/ Memorial Human Rights Center. — Moscow, 1995. — 58 p. B3

63.3(0) Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe: Final Act, Helsinki, 1975/ The Department of State. — Washington, [1975]. — 27 p. E7

63.3(0) Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Hearing before the Subcommittee on International Political and Military Affairs of the Committee on International Relations House of representatives. — Washington, 1975. — 52 p. B3

Conquest R., White J.M. What To Do When the Russians Come: A Survivor’s Guide. – N.-Y.: Stein & Day, 1985. – 180 p. 2959

63.3(7) Conrad E. Harriet Tubman. Negro Soldier and Abolitionist. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1976. — 47 p. 1410

60.54 Consolidated Gold Fields Limited: Anti-Report/ Counter Information services. — L., s. a. — 36 p.: ill. E7

66.69(4) Constitution of the Socialist Workers Party. — 1975. B3

63.3(4) Contemporary Austrian Studies/ Ed. by S. Bischof, A. Pelinka. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1994.

        Vol. 2. — The Kreisky Era in Austria. — 267 p. 2224

68.8 Conventional Arm Control and East-West Security/ Ed. by R.D. Blackwill, F.S. Larrabee. — Durham-L.: Duke University, 1989. — 491 p. 1921

68 Cook F.J. The Warfare State. — N.-Y.-L.: Macmillan, 1962. — 376 p. 1206

63.3(5) Coomaraswamy A.K. The Dance of Shiva. – 2d ed. – N.-Y.: Noonday, 1957. – 182 p. 2648

66.69 Coontz S. What Socialists Stand For. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 30 p. B3

66.4(7) Corb L. The Gulf and US: National Security Strategy/ The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research. - S. l. n. d. - 31 p. E7

87.3 Cornforth M. In Defense of Philosophy against Positivism and Pragmatism. — L.: Lawrence & Wishart, 1950. — 260 p. 1395

60.54 Cornish M., Durham H. Women Workers Sparkplugs of Labor: A groundbreaking analysis documenting the explosive force of females in the workplaces of the 90s/ Radical Women. — 1990. — 57 p. E7

The Corporate Connection: A Driving Tour of Capital District Multinationals Active in South Korea/ Committee for a New Korea Policy. – N.-Y., s. a. – 18 p. B3

66.1(0) Corrigan P., Ramsay H., Sayer D. Socialist Construstion and Marxist Theory: Bolshevism and its critique. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1978. — 232 p. 1384

87.3 Cotkin G.B. The Spencerian and Comtian Nexus in Gomper's Labor Philosophy: The Impact of Non-Marxian Evolutionary Thought. — pp. [510-523]. B3

67.71(7) Courts & Judges: How they work. — S. l.: Halt, 1987. — 205 p. 1078

63.3(4) Crankshaw E. Gestapo. – N.-Y.: Pyramid, 1959. – 190 p. 2612

63.3(7) Creighton D. John A. Macdonald: The Old Chieftain. — Toronto: Macmillan, 1966. — 630 p. 1552

63.3(7) Creighton D. John A. Macdonald: The Young Politician. — Toronto: Macmillan, 1966. — 524 p. 1551

65.9 Crisis in the Public Sector. — N.-Y.: Monthly Review, s. a. — 351 p. 1957

66.3(4) Crnobrnja M. The Yugoslav Drama. — L.-N.-Y.: I.B. Taurus, 1994. — 281 p. 1274

63.3(7) Crosby D.T., Crosby S.J. God, Church and Flag: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and the Catholic Church 1950-1957. — S. l.: University of North Carolina, 1978. — 307 p. 1041

63.3(7) Cross I.B. A History of the Labor Movement in California. — Berkeley: University of California, 1935. — 354 p.: ill. 1836x

6 Crossroads of Social Science/ Ed. by H. Eulau. — N.-Y.: Agathon, 1988. — 177 p. 1980

65.304.13 Crystal J. Oil and politics in the Gulf: Rulers and merchants in Kuwait and Quatar. — Cambridge: Cambridge Unversity, 1990. — 210 p. 1442

65.9 Cullenberg S. The Falling Rate of Profit: Recasting the Marxian Debate. — L.-Boulder: Pluto, 1994. — 153 p. 1057

66.5 The Cyprus Problem and the Internationalists Tasks of Greek Cypriot Revolutionaries/ Workers' Democracy. — L.: Bookmarks, s. a. — 55 p. Â3

 

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63.3(2) Daniels R.V. Red October: The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. – N.-Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1967. – 269 p.: ill. 2600

66.69 Darke B. Poor Lenin. Extracts from «The Communist Technique in Britain». — Edinburgh: AK, 1993. B3

63.3(4) The Daughters of Karl Marx: Family Correspondence 1866-1898. — N.-Y.-L.: H. & K. Wolff-Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982. — 342 p.: ill. 1691

63.3(2) Daum W. The Life and Death of Stalinism: A Resurrection of Marxist Theory. — N.-Y.: Socialist Voice, 1990. — 380 p. 1971

63.3(0) Dauve G. When Insurrections Die. — L.: Antagonism, s. a. — 43 p. B3

66.61 Dauve G., Martin F. The Eclipse and Re-Emergence of the Communist Movement. — L.: Antagonism, s. a. — 85 p. 1701

63.3(7) Davidovicz L.S. False friends and Dangerous Defenders/ American Jewish Committee. — N.-Y., 1953. B3

63.3(2) Davidow M. Perestroika: It’s rise and fall. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1993. - 182 p. 2408

63.3(6) Davidson B. Black Mother: The Years of the African Slave Trade. — Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown & Co, 1961. — 311 p.: ill. 2114

66.75(7) Davidson C. The New Radicals in the Multiversity and other SDS Writings on Students Syndicalism (1966-67). — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1990. — 63 p. 974

66.1(7) Davidson D. Regionalism and Nationalism in the United States: The Attack on Leviathan. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1991. — 368 p. 981

60.54(5) Davin D. Woman — Work: Women and the Party in Revolutionary China. — Oxford: Oxford University, 1979. — 244 p. 1847

63.3(7) Davis A.Y. et al. If They Come in the Morning: Voices of Resistance. — N.-Y.: Signet, 1971. — 288 p. 988

31 Davis D.H. Energy Politics. — 2d ed. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1978. — 278 p. 1265

63.3(7) Davis K.S. FDR: Beckoning of Destiny, 1882-1928, A History. — N.-Y.: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1972. — 936 p. 1299

66.72 De Caux L. The Living Spirit of the Wobblies. — N.-Y..: International Publishers, 1978. — 156 p. 1629

63.3(2) De George R. et al. Sience and Ideolody in Soviet Society. — N.-Y.: Atherton, 1967. — 176 p. 1283

66.72 De Leon D. Industrial Unionism: Selected Editorials. — N.-Y.: New York Labor News, 1963. — 79 p. B3

66.1(0) De Leon D. Socialist Reconstruction of Society. — Palo Alto: New York Labor News, 1977. — 81 p. B3

66.3(7) De Leon P. Thinking about Political Corruption. — Armonk-L.: M. E. Sharpe, 1993. — 241 p. 1404

87.3 De Ligt B. The Conquest of Violence: An Essay on War and Revolution. — 2d ed. — L.: Pluto, 1989. — 306 p. 794

63.3(0) Deane J.R. The Strange Alliance: The story of our efforts at wartime co-operation with Russia. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1947. — 344 p. 1387x

87.3 Debord G. Society of the Spectacle. — Detroit: Blach & Red, 1983. — ill. 362

63.3(7) Debray R. The Chilean Revolution: Conversations with Allende. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1971. — 201 p.: 1 front portr. 1083

66.72 Debs E.V. Canton Speech/ Socialist Party of the U.S. — Chicago, [1931]. — 32 p. B3x

63.3(7) Debs E.V. Letters. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1990.

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63.3(7) Debs E.V. Walls and Bars. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1973. — 286 p.: 1 front portr. 1349

87.3 A Decade of Anarchy (1961-1970)/ Ed. by C. Ward. — L.: Freedom, 1987. — 287 p. 1210

63.3(0) The Declaration of Washington. February 1, 1956: A Joint Declaration of the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom/ Department of State Publication. — Washington, 1956. — 5 p. B3

66.72 Defend Workers Aid for Bosnia/ Workers International. — L., 1994. — 18 p. B3

88(7) Deikman A.J. The Wrong Way Home: Uncovering the Patterns of Cult Behaviour in American Society. — Boston: Beacon, 1990. — 192 p. 1439

67.400 Demac D.A. Liberty Denied: The Current Rise of Ñensorship in America. — L.: Rutgers University, 1990. — 201 p. 1455

26.8 Demko G.J., Agel J., Boe E. Why in the World: Adventures in Geography. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1992. — 399 p.: ill. 1675

66.3(7) Democracy and the Polls: A Comparative Study of Competitive National Elections/ Ed. by D. Butler, H.R. Penniman, A. Ranney. — Washington-L.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1981. — 367 p. 2172

66.69(4) Democracy and the SWP: Documents by the British and German IS Groups. — S. l.: Assassin, 1994. — 38 p. A108

76.17 Dessauer J.P. Book Publishing: What It Is, What It Does. — N.-Y.-L.: R. R. Bowker, 1974. — 231 p. 927x

66.1(0) Detente and Socialist Democracy: A Discussion with Roy Medvedev. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1976. — 163 p. 1644

87.3 Detwiler B. Nietzsche and the Politics of Aristocratic Radicalism. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1990. — 242 p. 2116

63.3(2) Deutscher I. The Prophet Armed. Trotsky: 1879-1921. — Vol. I. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1965. — 540 p. 2289

63.3(0) Deutscher I. The Prophet Outcast. Trotsky: 1929-1940. — Vol. III. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1963. — 543 p. 2290

63.3(0) Deutscher I. Russia, China and the West, 1953-1966: A Contemporary Chronicle. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970. — 360 p. 888

63.3(2) Deutscher I. Stalin: A Political Biography. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972. — 648 p. 887

66.72 Development/ United Nations Institute for Social Development. — Geneva, 2000. — 33 p. E7

66(4) Developments in French Politics/ Ed. by P.A. Hall, J. Hayward, H. Machin. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1990. — 315 p. 1047

71 The Dictionary of Global Culture/ Ed. by K.A. Appiah, H.L. Gates Jr. — N.-Y.: Alfred  A. Knopf, 1997. — 717 p. 1690x

66.74 Dignity and Daily Bread: New forms of economic organizing among poor women in the Third world and the First/ Ed. by S. Roubotham, S. Mitter. — L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1994. — 233 p. 1884

63.3(0) Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe/ Ed. by P. Agee, L. Wolf. — N.-Y.: Dorset, 1978. — 318 p. 2115

63.3(70) Disaster in Chile: Allende's Strategy and Why It Failed/ Ed. by L. Evans. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 271 p.; 1 front portr. 976

63.3(2) Djilas M. The New Class: An analysis of the communist system. — N.-Y.-Washington: Praeger, 1971. — 214 p. 2085

63.3(7) Dobbs F. Teamster Politics. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1975. — 256 p.: ill. 1044

63.3(7) Dobbs F. Teamster Power. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1973. — 255 p.: 1 ill. 1064

63.3(4) Dobbs M., Karol K.S., Trevisan D. Poland: Solidarity: Valesa. — N.-Y.-San Francisco-St Louis: McGraw-Hill, 1981. — 128 p.: ill. A93

65.272 Dobelstein A.W. Social Welfare: Policy and Analysis. — Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1990. — 277 p. 1815

63.3(0) Documents of the Public Groups to Promote Observance of the Helsinki Agreements in the USSR: A Partical Compilation/ Ed. by the Staff of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. — 1977.

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65.495 Donaldson S., Gerard K. Economics of Health Care Financing: The Visible Hand. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1993. — 217 p. 1426

63.3(4) Dorpalen A. Heinrich von Treitschke. — New Haven: Yale University; L.: Oxford University, 1957. — 345 p.: 1 front. portr. 1545

68.8 Downs J.H. Negotiating with the Russians on Nuclear Arms: Lawyers Making a Difference. - Boston: University Press of America, 1997. - 364 p.: ill. 2414

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66.72 Dowson R. The Power and Dilemma of the Trade Unions. — Toronto, s. a. — 15 p. B3

Draper H. Karl Marx’s Theory of Revolution. – N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review.

Vol. I. – State and Bureaucracy. – 1977. – 748 p. 2990

Vol. II. – The Politics of Social Classes. – 1978. – 757 p. 2991

Vol. III. – The “Dictatorship of the Proletariat”. – 1986. – 462 p. 2992

66.1(0) Draper H. The Two Souls of Socialism. — L.: Bookmarks,  1997. — 34 p. B3

66.61(7) Draper T. The Roots of American Communism. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1957. — 498 p.: ill. 1838

87.3 Dreyfus H.L. Being-in-the-World: A Commentary on Heidegger's "Being and Time", Division I. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: MIT, 1991. — 370 p. 1311

63.3(7) Drinker Bowen C. Yankee from Olympus: Justice Holmes and His Family. — Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1945. — 465 p.: ill. 1576x

63.3(7) Du Bois W.E.B. Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880. — Cleveland-N.-Y.: World Publishing, 1964. — 746 p. 1540

66.72 Dubofsky M. We Shall Be All: A history of the «Industrial Workers of the World». — N.-Y.: Quadrangle; New York Times, 1969. — 557 p. 1726

63.3(7) Dubofsky M., Van Tine W. John L. Lewis. A Biography. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1986. — 387 p. 1879

66.72(2) Dubrovskii O., Pirani S. Fighting Back in Ukraine: A Worker who took on the bureaucrats and bosses. — L.: Index, 1997. — 67 p.: ill. 1565

63.3(4) Duczynska I. Workers in Arm: The Austrian Schutzbund and the Civil War of 1934. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1978. — 256 p.: ill. 1388

63.3(7) Dufur S.M. Over the Dead Line or Tracked by Blood-Hounds. — Burlington: Free Press Association, 1902. — 283 p.: 2 front. portr. 825x

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. China, Russia, USA — State-Capitalism and Marx's Humanism or Philosophy and Revolution. — Detroit: News and Letters, 1967. — 63 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. Dialectics of Liberation. — Detroit: News & Letters, 1967. — 21 p. A1

65.4 Dunayevskaya R. Marx's Capital and Today's Global Crisis. — Detroit: News and Letters, 1978. — 108 p. B3

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. Marxism and Freedom from 1776 until Today. - New Jersey: Humanities: Sussex: Harvester, 1982. - 381 p. 2431

Dunayevskaya R. Marxist-Humanist Writings on the Middle East: Selected Writings 1961-1982. – Chicago: News & Letters, 2003. – 76 p. E7

66.4 Dunayevskaya R. The Myriad Global Crisis of the 1980s and the Nuclear World since World War II. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1986. — 60 p.: ill. B3

63.3(0) Dunayevskaya R. Nationalism, Communism, Marxist Humanism and Afro-Asian Revolutions. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1984. — 34 p. B3

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. New Essays: Post-Mao China: What Now? Dialectic of Liberation in Thought and in Activity: Absolut Negativity as New Beginning. Leon Trotsky as Man and Theorerician. — Detroit: News and Letters, 1977. — 48 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. The Philosophic Moment of Marxist-Humanism. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1989. — 52 p. 701

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. Philosophy and Revolution: from Hegel to Sartre and from Marx to Mao. — 2d ed. — New Jersey: Humanities-Sussex: Harvester, 1982. — 372 p. 865

87.3 Dunayevskaya R. Rosa Luxemburg, women's liberation and Marx's philosophy of revolution. — New Jersey: Humanities-Sussex: Harvester, 1981. — 234 p. 1396

63.3(2) Dunayevskaya R. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics is a Capitalist Society. — S. l., s. a. — 8 p. B3

63.3(7) Dunne J.G. Delano: The Story of California Grape Strike. — N.-Y.: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1967. — 176 p.: ill. 1840

66.69(7) Dunne W.F. The Struggle against Opportunism in the Labor Movement. For a Socialist United States. — N.-Y., s. a. — 87 p. B3

66.72(4) 108th Durham Miners Gala: Souvenir Programme. — Durham, s. a. — 22 p.: ill. B3

66.72(4) 109th Durham Miners Gala: Souvenir Programme. — L., s. a. — 26 p.: ill. B3

66.69(4) The Dutch and German Communist Left: A Contribution to the history of the revolutionary movement/ International Communist Current. — L., 2001. — 416 p. 1820

 

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63.3(0) Early Medieval Society/ Ed. By S.L. Thrupp. — N.-Y.: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1967. — 260 p. 1310

65.01 Eaton J. Political Economy. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1973. — 253 p. 925

20.1 Ecology and Socialism/ Socialist Party. — L., 1990. — 321 p. B3

63.3(0) The Economis Crisis and the Cold War/ Ed. by J.S. Allen, D.A. Wilkerson. — N.-Y.: New Century, 1949. — 113 p. 2158x

65.1 Economy and Democracy/ Ed. by A. Buzgalin. — Ì.: Ýêîíîìè÷åñêàÿ äåìîêðàòèÿ, 1992. — 198 p. 2034

63.3(5) Edgerton R.B. Warriors of the Rising Sun: A History of the Japanese Military. — N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1997. — 384 p.: ill. 1763

92 Edizioni Lotta Comunista. [Catalogo] English — 1998. — Milano, 1998. — 30 p.: ill. B3

85 Edman I. Art and the Man: A short introduction to aesthetics. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1949. — 144 p. 1174x

87.3 Edman I. Philosopher's Holiday. — N.-Y.: Penguin, 1943. — 243 p. 822õ

66.3(7) Edsall T.B. and M.D. Chain Reaction: The Impact of Race, Rights and Taxes on American Politics. — N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1992. — 343 p. 1965

66.3(7) Edwards III G.S., Wattenberg M.P., Lineberry R.L. Government in America: People, Politics and Policy. - 10th ed. - S. l., 2002. - 800 p.: ill. A120

65.242 Edwards P. Contested Terrain: The Transformation of the Workplace in the Twentieth Century. — N.-Y.: Basic, 1979. — 261 p. 1632

63.3(4) Edwards S. The Paris Commune 1871. — N.-Y.: Quadrangle, 1977. — 417 p. 719

83.3 Ehrenburg I. Memoirs, 1921-1941. — N.-Y.: Grosset & Dunlap,1966. — 542 p. 505

Ehrenreich B., English D. Witches, Midwives and Nurses: A History of Women Healers. – 2d ed. - N.-Y.: Feminist Press, 1973. – 48 p.: ill. B3

66.1(0) Einstein A. Why Socialism? — Grand Rapids: Discussion Bulletin, 1995. — 8 p. B3

63.3(70) El Salvador: Central America in the new cold war. — N.-Y.: Grove, 1981. — 397 p.: carte. 1775

63.3(70) El Salvador: The Latin American Vietnam. — L., s. a. — ill. B3

66.3(4) Elections, Mass Politics and Social Change in Modern Germany: New Perspectives/ Ed. by L.E. Jones, J. Retallack. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1992. — 430 p. 1959

The Electrical Workers’ Story/ International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. – Washington, s. a. – 27 p.: ill. E7

65.9 The Emerging Crisis of Capitalism. — Highland Park: International Socialist, 1974. — 75 p. B3

63.3(7) Emerson T.I. Young Lawyer for the New Deal: An Insider's Memoir of the Roosevelt Years. — Savage: Rowman & Lettelfield, 1991. — 337 p. 938

63.3(7) Encyclopedia of American History/ Ed. by R.B. Morris. — N.-Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1953. — 776 p. 2190

63.3(4) The English Revolution 1640: Three Essays/ Ed. by C. Hill. — L.: Lawrence & Wishart, 1949. — 136 p. 790õ

Epic Revisionism: Russian History and Literature as Stalinist Propaganda/ Ed. by K.M.F. Platt, D. Brandenberger. – Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006. – 355 p.: ill. 2952

Erdmann E., Stover D. Beyond a World Divided: Human Values in the Brain-Mind Sperry. – Boston-L.: Shambhala, 1991. – 208 p. 2980

63.3(7) Erlich M., Goldberg D. With Our Hands: The Story of Carpenters in Massachusetts. - Philadelphia: Temple University, 1986. - 239 p.: ill. 2479

87.3 Errico Malatesta: His life and ideas. — L.: Freedom, 1984. — 309 p. 860

86.38 Esposito J.L. What Everyone Needs to Know about Islam. — Oxford: Oxford University, 2002. — 204 p. 2335

87.7 Essays on Henry Sidgwick/ Ed. by B. Schultz. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1992. — 421 p. 1394

The Essential Agrarian Reader: The Future of Culture, Community and the Land/ Ed. by N. Wirzba. – Washington: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2003. – 276 p.: ill 2946

26.8 Essential World Atlas. — 3d ed. — Oxford: Oxford University, 2001. — 1176 p.: cartes. A109x

Ethnic Leadership in America/ Ed. by J. Higham. – Baltimore-L.: Johns Hopkins University, 1979. – 214 p. 2977

Etudes sans frontieres: Project Students from Grozny. – P, s. a. 22 p.: ill. E7

63.3(7) Eugene V. Debs Speaks/ Ed. by J.Y. Tussey. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1970. — 320 p.: ill. 1016

66.74 Evans M. Simone de Beauvoir: A feminist mandarin. — L.-N.-Y.: Tavistock, 1985. — 142 p. 1040

Evolution, Gender, and Rape/ Ed. by C. Brown Travis. – Cambridge (MA)-L.: Bradford; MIT, 2003. – 454 p. 2907

72 The Evolution of Science. — Chicago: Mentor, 1963. — 432 p. 1159

66.5(4) Eyskens M. et al. How Can Europe Prevent Conflicts?/ Philip Morris Institute for Public Policy Research. — Brussels, 1997. — 109 p.: ill. 1536

 

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Faber D. Environment under Fire: Imperialism and the Ecological Crisis in Central America. – N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1993. – 301 p.: ill. 2986

66.72 Facing the challenges of globalisation: International Study Circles. Report of Seville Seminar, June 1997/ European Workers’ Education Associations. — S. l., 1997. — 1 ill. E7

51.1(7) Fair Start for Children: Lessons Learned from Seven Demonstration Projects/ Ed. by M. Larner, R. Halpern, O. Harkavy. — New Haven-L.: Yale University, 1992. — 269 p. 957

66.3(6) Fairbairn J. Flashes in Her Soul: The Life of Jabu Ndlovu. — Cape Town: Buchu, 1991. — 90 p.: ill. — (Natal Worker History Project.) 1370

87.3 Fakhry M. A History of Islamic Philosophy. — N.-Y.-L.: Columbia University, 1970. — 427 p. 2350

66.69 The Fall of Mandelites: A Critique of the "Building of Today's International" (Draft Resolution of the 14th World Congress of the Fourth International)/ Japan Revolutionary Communist League. — Tokyo, 1994. — 22 p. B3

92 Familiar Quotation: A Collection of Passages, Phrases and Proverbs Traced to Their Sources in Ancient and Modern Literature/ Ed. by J. Bartleft. — 3d ed. — Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown & Co, 1955. — 1614 p. 1861x

65.1(2) The "Farmer Threat": The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in Post-Soviet Russia/ Ed. by D. Van Atta. - Boulder-S.F.-Oxford: Westview, 1993. - 221 p. 2483

66.72 Fascism and the Labour Movement: Facing the Threat/ Searchline-Tyne & Wear Anti-Fascist Association. — L.-New Castle Upon Tyne, s. a. — 64 p.: ill. 1750

63.3(7) Fast G. Being Red. – N.-Y.: Dell, 1991. – 370 p.: ill. 2516

63.3(2) The Fate of the Russian Revolution: Lost Texts of Critical Marxism/ Ed. by S. Matgamna. — Vol. 1. — L.: Phoenix, 1998. — 603 p. 285

63.3(0) Feis H. Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin: The War They Waged and the Peace They Sought. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1967. — 702 p. 2180

66.74 Feminist Perspectives on the Family/ DSA Feminist Commission. — N.-Y., 1982. — 29 p.: ill. E7

Fernandez F. Cuban Anarchism: The History of a Movement. – Tucson: See Sharp, 2001. – 154 p.: ill. 2947

83(70) Fernandez Retamar R. Caliban and Other Essays. — Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1989. — 139 p. 2006

20.1(2) Feshbach M., Friendly Jr., A. Ecocide in the USSR: Health and Nature Under Siege. — N.-Y.: Basic, 1992. — 376 p. 1495

66.3 Fesler J.W., Kettl D.F. The Politics of the Administrative Process. — Chatam, 1991. — 458 p. 2215

Fewster D. Vision of Past Glory: Nationalism and the Construction of Early Finnish History/ Finnish Literature Society. – Helsinki, 2006. – 554 p.: ill. 2936

66.4 Fidler D. Canada Accomplice in Apartheid. — Toronto: Vanguard, 1977. — 23 p.: ill. B3

87.3  Figgis J.N. Political Thought from Gerson to Grotius: 1414-1625. — N.-Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1960. — 290 p. 1858

66.4 Findley P. Deliberate Deceptions: Facing the FACTS about the U.S.-Israeli Relationaship. — N.-Y.: Lawrence Hill, 1993. — 326 p. 936

66.72(7) Fink L. In Search of the Working Class: Essays in American Labor History and Political Culture. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1994. — 261 p. 1407

67.402 Fink L. Workingmen's Democracy: The Knights of Labor and American Politics. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1985. — 249 p. 1783

66.74 Firestone S. The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution. — N.-Y.: Bantam, 1972. — 242 p. 1076

Fischer E., Marek F. Marx in His Own Words. – L.: Penguin, 1973. – 187 p. 2913

63.3(5) Fischer L. Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World. – N.-Y.: Signet Key, 1954. – 189 p. 2576

66.69(7) Fisk M. Socialism from Below in the United States: The Origins of the International Socialist Organization. — Cleveland: Hera, 1977. — 78 p. B3

66.3(7) Fitzgerald R. When Government Goes Private: Succesful Alternatives  to Public Services. — N.-Y.: Universe, 1988. — 330 p. 1392

86 Flake C. Redemptorama: Culture, Politics and the New Evangelicanism. — Harmonsworth: Penguin, 1984. — 301 p. 725

Flat-Footed Triths: Tilling Black Women’s Lives/ Ed. by P. Bell-Scott, J. Johnson-Bailey. – N.-Y.: Henry Holt & Co, 1998. – 230 p.: ill. 2738

63.3(7) The Flint Sit-Down Strike. – Detroit-Baltimore: SPARK, s. a. – 48 p.: ill. B3

63.3(7) Foner P.S. The Fur and Leather Workers Union: A story of dramatic struggles and achievements. - Newark: Nordan, 1950. - 708 p.: ill. 2407

63.3(0) Foner P.S. May Day: A Short Story of the International Workers' Holiday, 1886-1986N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1986. - 184 p.: ill. 2485

63.3(7) Foner P.S. Organized Labor and the Black Worker 1619-1973. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1976. - 489 p. 2406

66.1(0) Foot P. The Case for Socialism: What the Socialist Workers Party stands for/ SWP. — L., 1990. — 90 p. 996

66.5(4) Foot P. Ireland: Why Britain Must Get Out. – L.: Chatto & Windus, 1989. – 73 p. 2614

63.3(4) Footman D. Ferdinand Lassalle: Romantic Revolutionary. — New Haven: Yale University, 1947. — 251 p. 1977x

63.3(7) Foreign and Military Intelligence. — Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976.

Book 1. — Final report of the Select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activities. — 651 p. 2291

66.4 The Foreigh Policy Priorities of Third World States/ Ed. by J.J. Stremlau. — Boulder: Westview, 1982. — 174 p. 1050

60.5(7) Form W. Divided We Stand: Working-Class Stratification in America. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1983. — 306 p. 1304

87.3 Formaini R. The Myth of Scientific Public Policy. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1990. — 129 p. 2106

66.5(7) Forman J. Sammy Younge, Jr.: The first black college student to die in the Black Liberation Movement. — N.-Y.: Grove, 1968. — 282 p.: ill. 979

66.72(7) Foster W.Z. American Trade Unionism: Principles and Organization, Strategy and Tactics. — N.-Y .: International Publishers, 1970. — 383 p. 1707

63.3(7) Foster W.Z. Pages from a Worker's Life. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1939. — 316 p. 1042x

66.72(0) The Founding Convention of the IWW: Proceedings. - N.-Y.: Merit, 1969. - 616 p. 2426

66.69(7) The Founding of the Socialist Workers Party: Minutes and resolutions 1938-1939. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1982. — 395 p. 1541

60.54(7) Fraad H., Resnick S., Wolff R. Bringing It All Back Home: Class, Gender and Power in the Modern Household. — L.-Boulder: Pluto, 1994. — 172 p. 1056

66.1(0) Franc P., Novack G., Mandel E. Key Problems of the Transition from Capitalism to Socialism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1970. — 63 p. B3

66.72(7) Franco J., Hammer R. Hoffa's Man: The Rise and Fall of Jimmy Hoffa as Witnessed by His Strongest Arm. — N.-Y.: Prentice Hall, 1987. — 332 p.: ill. 952

63.3(0) Frank A.G. World Accumulation 1492-1789. — L.-Basingstore: Macmillan, 1982. — 303 p. 1571

85 Frank J. Through the Russian Prism: Essays on literature and culture. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1990. — 237 p. 1497

66.5(0) Frankel D. Upsurge in Africa: Cuba, the U.S. and the New Rise of the African Liberation Struggle. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1978. — 31 p.: ill. B3

Frankel H. Sam Adams and the American Revolution. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. – 47 p. B3

63.3(7) Franki M., Hillstrom J. America's first unfinished revolution: The untold story of the true creator of independence — the workers, yeomanry, Black and women. — Detroit: News and Letters, 1976. — 49 p.: ill. B3

66.74 Fraser C. Response to "Notes on Leadership"/ Radical Women. — Seattle, 1975. — 8 p. E7

63.3(4) Fraser R. In Hiding: The Ordeal of Manuel Cortes. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1972. — 238 p. 1007

66.5(6) Frederikse J. The Unbreakable Thread: Non-Racialism in South Africa. — Bloomington-Indianapolis: Indiana University, 1990. — 294 p. 1731

63.3(7) Free at Last: A History of the Civil Right Movement and Those Who Died in the Struggle. — Montgomery, s. a. — 104 p.: ill. A106

67.400.0 Freeden M. Rights. — Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1991. — 134 p. — (Concepts in Social Thought.) 1432

88 Freud S. Civilization and Its Discontents. — N.-Y.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1962. — 109 p. 1385

63.3(2) Friedgut T.H. Iuzovka and Revolution. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1989.

Vol. 1. — Life and Work in Russia’s Donbass, 1869-1924. — 361 p.: ill. 1477

66.1(0) From Capitalism to Socialism... How we live how we could live/ Socialist Party. — L., 1995. — 30 p.: ill. B3

87.3 From the “Logic” of Hegel to the Finland Station in Petrograd. — S. l., s. a. B3

87.3 Fromm E. Man from Himself: An enquiry into the psychology of ethics. — L.: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1967. — 254 p. 2104

87.3 Fry B.R. Mastering Public Administration: From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo. — Chatham, 1989. — 254 p. 2124

63.3(4) Fruyer P. Hungarian Tragedy and other Writings on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. — L.: Index, 1997.  — 197 p.: 1 ill. 817

65.261(7) Fuchs E.R. Mayors and Money: Fiscal Policy in New York and Chicago. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1992. — 361 p. 1823

20.1 Fuller J.G. We Almost Lost Detroit. — N.-Y.: Ballantine, 1975. — 288 p. 1112

63.3(0) Fuller M. Woman in the Nineteenth Century. — N.-Y.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1971. — 212 p. 1039

66.1(0) The Fundamentals of Revolutionary Communism/ International Communist Party. — N.-Y., s. a. — 65 p. A3

63.3(4) Furniss Jr., E.S. France Troubled Ally: De Gaulle’s herotage and prospects. — N.-Y.: F.A. Praeger, 1960. — 543 p. 1288

63.3(7) Fusfeld D.R. The Rise and Repression of Radical Labor in the United States. 1877-1918. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1992. — 72 p.: 1 ill. 1734

 

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63.3(0) Galbraith J.K. The Great Crash-1929. — Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1961. — 212 p.: 1 ill. 1635

66.72 Gambone L. Syndicalism in Myth and Reality. – S. l.: Red Lion Press, 1995. – 14 p. B3

Garcia M. Unknown Heroes: Biographies of Anarchist Resistance Fighters. – L.: Kate Sharpley Library, 2005. – 18 p. B3

66.3(7) Garfinkle A., et al. The Devil and Uncle Sam. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1992. — 135 p. 1696

83(2) Garrard J., Garrard C. Inside the Soviet Writetrs’ Union. — N.-Y.: Free Press, 1990. — 303 p. 1473

66.4 Garrison J., Phipps J.F., Shivpuri P. The New Diplomats: Citizens As Ambassadors for Peace. — Bideford: Green Books, 1989. — 90 p. 1717

77(7) Gay Culture in America. — Boston: Beacon, 1992. — 255 p. 1092

85(4) Gay P. Weimar Culture: The Outsider as Insider. — N.-Y.-Evanston: Harper & Row, 1968. — 205 p.: ill. 1549

63.3(0) Gelis V.N. The Impact of the Russian Recolution on the Greek Labour Movement. — S. l., s. a. — 32 p. E7

The General Strike/ IWW. – Chicago, 1982. – 48 p. B3

63.3(7) Gerassi J. The Great Fear in Latin America. — N.-Y.-L.: Collier, 1965. — 478 p. 1053

66.74 German L. Sex, Class and Socialism. — L.-Chicago-Melbourne: Bookmarks, 1998. — 256 p. 1710

63.3(4) Germany and Europe in the Era of the Two World Wars: Essays in Honor of Oron James Hale/ Ed. By F.X.J. Homer, L.D. Wilcox. — Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1986. — 271 p.: 1 front. portr. 690

Getzler I. Kronstadt 1917-1921: The fate of a Soviet democracy. – Cambridge: Cambrige University, 1983. – 296 p. 2927

65.422(7) The Ghetto Marketplace/ Ed. By F.D. Sturdivant. — N.-Y.: Free Press, 1969. — 316 p. 1382

86.38 Gibb H.A.R. Mohammedanism: An Historical Survey. — 2d ed. — L.-Oxford-N.-Y.: Oxford University, 1970. — 144 p. 93

60.54(7) Giddings P. When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America. — N.-Y.: Bantam, 1988. — 408 p. 2131

65.1(0) Gill S., Law D. The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies. — N.-Y.: Harvester-Wheatsheaf, 1988. — 394 p. 2388

71 Gilmore D. Manhood in the Making: Cultural Concepts of Masculinity. — New Haven-L.: Yale University, 1990. — 258 p. 2148

86.37 Gilsenan M. Recognizing Islam: Religion and Society in the Modern Arab World. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1982. — 287 p. 2349

63.3(0) Gimbutas M. The Slavs. — N.-Y.-Washington: Praeger, 1971. — 240 p.: ill. 612

66.61 Ginsborg P. The Politics of Lenin/ International Socialists. — L.: SW (Litho), 1974. — 31 p.: ill. Â3

74.20 Giroux H.A. Schooling and the Struggle for Public Life: Critical Pedagogy in the Modern Age. — Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1988. — 257 p. 1351

63.3(2) Glatter P. 1905: The Great Dress Rehearsal/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1985. — 30 p. Â3

87.3 Godwin W. The Anarchist Writings of William Godwin. — L.: Freedom, 1986. — 189 p.: 2 l. portr. 610

63.3(0) Gogol E.M. Jose Carlos Mariategul and Karl Marx: Paths to Revolution in the Third World. — 1984. — 128 p. A92

63.3(7) Golden Door to America: The Jewish Immigrant Experience/ Ed. by A.J. Karp. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1978. — 271 p. 771

66.0 Goldfarb J.C. Beyond Glasnost: The Post-Totalitarian Mind. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1989. — 248 p. 1046

67.400.7 Goldhaber M. Reinventing Technology: Policies for Democratic Values. — N.-Y.: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986. — 260 p. 892

63.3(0) Goldman E. Living My Life: An Autobiography. — Salt Lake City: Peregrin Smith-Gibbs M. Smith, 1982. — 993+XVI p., 1 front. portr. 2059

66.74 Goldman E. The Traffic of Women and other essays on feminism. — Ojai: Times Change, 1970. — 63 p.: ill. 1295

63.3(2) Goldman M.I. The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum: Half-empty or half-full? — L.: G. Allen & Unwin, 1980. — 214 p. 1501

63.3(2) Goldman M.I. USSR in Crisis: The Failure of an Economic System. – N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1983. – 210 p. 2695

63.3(4) Goldner L. UBU Saved from Drowning: Worker Insurgency and Statist Containment in Portugal and Spain, 1974-1977. — Cambridge (MA): Queequeg, 2000. — 113 p. 1909

20.1 Goldsmith E. et al. The Future of Progress: Reflections on Environment & Development/ International Society for Ecology and Culture. — Bristol, 1992. — 253 p. 1462

87.3 Gombin R. The Radical Tradition: A Study in modern revolutionary thought. — L.: Methuen & Co, 1978. — 153 p. 2040

63.3(7) Gomper S. The Samuel Gompers Papers. — 5 vol. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1986.

        Vol. 1. — The Making of a Union Leader. 1850-86. — 529 p. 2226

        Vol. 2. — The Early Years of the American Federation of Labor. 1887-90. — 495 p. 2227

        Vol. 3. — Unrest and Depression. — 1891-94. — 764 p. 2228

        Vol. 4. — A National Labor Movement Takes Shape. 1895-1898. — 592 p. 2229

Vol. 5. — An Expanding Movement at the Turn of the Century, 1898-1902. — 606 p. 2230

63.3(4) Gooch B.D. The Reign of Napoleon III. — Chicago: Rand McNally & Co, 1969. — 100 p. 2346

63.3(4) Goodrich C.L. The Frontier of Control: A Study in British Workshop Politics. — 2d ed. — L.: Pluto, 1975. — 284 p. 1664

65 Goodwin N.R. Social Economics: An Alternative Theory. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1991.

        Vol. 1. — Building a New on Marshall's Principles. — 419 p. 2313

63.3(7) Goodwyn L. The Populist Moment: A Short History of the Agrarian Revolt in America. — Oxford: Oxford University, 1978. — 349 p. 991

66.3(2) Gorbachev's USSR: Is Stalinism Dead? A Collection of essays in defense of socialist democracy. — San Francisco: Walnut, 1989. — 171 p. 1399

63.3(0) Gordon Childe. What Happened in History. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1952. — 288 p. 809

88.5 Gordon L. Heroes of Their Own Lives: The Politics and History of Family Violence. — L.: Virago, 1989. — 383 p.: ill. 1403

66.69 Gorter H. Open Letter to Comrade Lenin. — S. l., s. a. — 41 p. E7

63.3(7) Gould J., Hickok L. Walter Reuter: Labor's Rugged Individualist. — N.-Y.: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1972. — 399 p.: ill. 1746

66.72 Gouldner A.W. Wildcat Strike: A Study in Worker-Management Relationship. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1965. — 179+10 p. 1451

Graham M. Marxism & a Free Society. – 2d ed. - Orkney: Cienfuegos, 1981. – 16 p. B3

87.3 Gramsci A. The Modern Prince and Other Writings. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1970. — 192 p. 899

63.3(4) Gramsci A. Soviets in Italy/ Institute for Workers’ Control. — Nottingham, s. a. — 40 p. B3

63.3(0) Graves W.S. America’s Siberian Adventure, 1918-1920. – N.-Y.: Peter Smith, 1941. – 363 p.: ill. 2556x

66.3(8) Gray I. Politics in Place: Social power relations in an Australian country town. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1991. — 214 p. 1962

92 Great Treasury of Western Thought: A Compendium of Important Statement on Man and His Institutions by the Great Thinkers in Western History/ Ed. by M.J. Adler, C. Van Doren. — N.-Y.-L.: R.R. Bowker, 1977. — 1771 p. 1940x

63.3(0) Greeman R. The Return of the Social Revolution: Movements of the 1960s in Historical Perspective. — S. l., s. a. — 52 p. E7

66.6 Greeman R. The return of the social revolution: Where are the riots of yesteryear? And the death of communism and the new world order. — S. l., 1992. — 25 p. E7

83 Greeman R. Victor Serge and the Novel of Revolution. — West Hartford, s. a. — 21 p. E7

76.0(7) Green F. American Propaganda Abroad. — N.-Y.: Hippocrene, 1988. — 210 p. 1748

66.72 Green G. What's Happening to Labor. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1977. — 305 p. 1631

65 Green P. The Basic Ideas of Marxist Economics/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1987. — 31 p. B3

65 Green P. Why the World Economy Is in Crisis/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1988. — 30 p.: ill. B3

66.3(2) Gregory P.R. Restructuring the Soviet Economic Bureaucracy. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1990. — 181 p. 1851

66.3(7) Gross B. Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in America. — N.-Y.: M. Evans and Co, 1980. — 409 p. 1619

66.4(6) Grundy K.W. Guerilla Struggle in Africa. — N.-Y.: Grossman, 1971. — 204 p. 1445

65.9 Gueron J.M., Pauly E. From Welfare to Work. — N.-Y.: Russel Sage Foundation, 1991. — 313 p. 1806

66.3(7) Guha P. American Democracy: An Analitical Study. — New Dehli-Bangalore-Jalandnar: Sterling, 1986. — 100 p. 1398

91.9(7) Guide to Historical Materials in the Gerald R. Ford Library: April 1999/ Ed. by D.A. Horrocks. — Ann Arbor, 1999. — 89 p. A18

91.9(2) Guide to Soviet Bibliographies: A Selected List of References/ Comp. By J.T. Dorosh. — Washington: The Library of Congress, 1950. — 158 p. A88

63 Guide to the Oral History of the American Left/ Ed. by J. Bloom, P. Buhle. — N.-Y., 1984. — 58 p.: ill. E7

78 A Guide to Working Class History. — 2d ed. — Sommerville-Toronto, s. a. — 50 p.: ill. B3

63.3(4) Guillamon A. The Friends of Durruti Group: 1937-1939. — Edinburgh: AK, 1996. — 114 p.: ill. 1865

63.3(2) Gunther J. Inside Russia Today. — N.-Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1958. — 550 p. 613

Gurley Flynn E. Sabotage: The Conscious Withdrawal of the Workers’ Industrial Efficiency. - Cincinnati: Red Dawn, 2001. – ill. B3

 

 

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Haimson L.H. The Russian Marxists and the Origins of Bolshevism. – Cambridge (MA): Harvard University, 1955. – 246 p. 2941

67.412.1 Haksar N., Singh A. Demystification of Law for Women. — New Delhi: Lancer, 1986. — 119 p.: ill. 1058

51.1(7) Halamandaris W. The Care Gaps. — Latham-N.-Y.-L.: University Press of America, 1992. — 101 p. 2151

28.01 Haldane J.B.S. What Is Life? — N.-Y.: Boni & Gaer, 1947. — 241 p. 1926x

66.69(4) Hallas D. The Labor Party: Myth & Reality/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1981. — 29 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Hallas D. Trotsky’s Marxism. — L.: Bookmarks, 1984. — 122 p. 714

63.3(0) Halle L.J. The cold war as history. — N.-Y.: Harper Colophon, 1971. — 434 p. 907

66.3(5) Halliday F. Iran: Dictatorship and Development. — Harmonsworth: Penguin, 1979. — 348 p. 1130

67.408 Halperin M.N. and oth. The Lawless State: The Crimes of the U.S. Intelligence Agencies. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976. —  328 p. 1141

67.51(2) Handelman S. Comrade Criminal: Russia’ New Mafiya. — New Haven-L.: Yale University, 1995. — 398 p. 1510

66.5(7) Handlin O. American Jews: Their Story. — N.-Y., s. a. — 48 p. B3

66.3(70) Harbury J. Bridge to Courage: Life Stories of the Guatemalan Companeros and Companeras. — Edinburgh: AK, 1994. — 264 p. 1272

66.1(0) Harding N. Lenin's Political Thought. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1977.

        Vol. 1. — Theory and practice in the democratic revolution. — 360 p. 3003

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66.72 Hardman J.B.S. John L. Lewis, Labor Leader and Man: An Interpretation. — 28 p. B3

87.3 Hardt M., Negri A. Empire. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 2000. — 478 p. 1712

63.3(70) Haring C.H. The Spanish Empire in America. — N.-Y.-Burlingame: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963. — 371 p. 1224

65.428.5 Harkavy R.E. The Arm Trade and International Systems. - Cambridge (MA): Ballinger, 1975. - 291 p. 2484

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Harman C. Class Struggles in Åastern Europe 1945-83. – L.-Chicago-Melbourne: Bookmarks, 1988. – 373 p. 1989

66.69 Harman C. Gramsci versus Reformism/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1986. — 29 p. B3

66.69 Harman C. Party & Class/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1983. — 22 p. B3

86.38 Harman C. Prophet and the Proletariat: Islamic Fundamentalism, Class and Revolution. — L.: International Socialism, 2002. — 74 p. B3

63.3(2) Harman C. Russia: How the Revolution Was Lost/SWP. — L., 1988. — 30 p.: ill. B3

87.3 The Harper Dictionary of Modern Thought/ Ed. by A. Bullock, O. Stallibrass. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1977. — 684 p. 1435x

63.2 Harring S.L. Police Reports As Source in Labor History. — pp. [585-591.] B3

63.3(7) Harrington M. The Other America: Poverty in the United States. — Baltimore: Penguin, 1967. — 167 p. 1109

84.4 Harris R. Archangel. — L.: Arrow, 1999. — 420 p 733

63.3(7) Harris S.H. Letters from West Virginia: Management's version of the 1902 coal strike. — pp. [228-240.] B3

Harrison B. Lean and Mean: The Changing Landscape of Corporate Power in the Age of Flexibility. – N.-Y.: Basic, 1994. – 324 p. 2979

66.69 Harrison J.F.S. The Owenite Socialist Movement in Britain and the United States: A comparative study. — pp. [323-337.] B3

63.3(6) Harsch E. The Ethiopian Revolution. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1978. — 38 p.: ill. B3

63.3(5) Harsch E., et al. Dictatorship in India. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 31 p.: ill. B3

63.3(0) Hart M.C. The Making of a Bourgeois State: War, politics and finance during the Dutch revolt. — Manchester-N.-Y.: Manchester University, 1993. — 238 p.: carte. 1860

67.405 Hartley J., Kelly J., Nicholson N. Steel Strike: A Case Study in Insustrial Relations. — L.: Batsford Academic and Educational, 1983. — 209 p. 2169

66.0 Hartz L. The Necessity of Choice: Nineteenth-Century Political Thought. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1990. — 215 p. 2122

63.3(0) Hatcher P.L. The Suicide of an Elite: American Internationalists and Vietnam. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1990. — 429 p. 1465

63.3(5) Hawa Tawil R. My Home, My Prison. — N.-Y.: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1979. — 265 p. 1461

Hay C. Re-stating Social and Political Change. – Buckingham-Philadelphia: Open University, 1996. – 208 p. 2976

63.3(4) Hayes C.J.H. A Political and Cultural History of Modern Europe. — Macmillan Co, 1944.

        Vol. 1. 447 p. 2025õ

        Vol. 2. — [425-833] p. 2026õ

        Vol. 3. — 516 p. 2027õ

        Vol. 4. — [ 507-867] p. 2028õ

63.3(2) Hayes J.H. Patterns, Plain and Fancy. — Santa Monica: Rand Corporation, 1979. — 15 p.: ill. E7

63.3(7) Haymarket Scrapbook/ D. Roediger, F. Rosemont. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1986. — 255 p.: ill. A60

63.3(2) Haynes M. Russia: Class and Power 1917-2000. — L.-Sydney: Bookmarks, 2002. — 251 p.: ill. 1698

63.3(7) Hays S.P. The Response to Industrialism: 1885-1914. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1957. — 210 p. 980

63.3(7) Haywood W.D. Bill Haywood's Book: The Autobiography of William D. Haywood. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1966. — 368 p.: 1 front. portr. 1391

Haywood W.D. The General Strike. – Cincinnati: Red Dawn, 2001. B3

51.24 Health & Safety at Work: An anarcho-syndicalist approach/ Solidarity Federation. — Manchester, s. a. — 36 p. B3

63.3(2) Health and Society in Revolutionary Russia/ Ed. by S.G. Solomon, J.F. Hutchinson. — Bloomington-Indianapolis: Indiana University, 1990. — 256 p. 1475

63.3(0) Hearings before the Commission on Security and Ecooperation in Europe. Ninety-Fifth Congress. First Session. On Basket II — Helsinki Final Act East-West Economis Cooperation. — Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. — 143 p. 1569

63.3(0) Hearings before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on International Relations. Ninety-Fofth Congress. First Session. — Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. — 394 p. 2055

65.9(2) Hedlund S. Putin’s Transition Economy: New Challenges for America and Japan. — S. l., 2001. — 44 p. A97

66.74 Heffernan E. The Struggle for Women's Liberation/ Socialist Worker. — L., s. a. — 16 p. B3

87.3 Heilbroner R.L. The Wordly Philosophers: The Lives, Times and Ideas of the Great Economic Thinkers. — 6th ed. — N.-Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1986. — 365 p. 2125

60.54 Heilbrun C.G. Writing a Woman's Life. — N.-Y.: Ballantine, 1988. — 144 p. 912

66.1(0) Hekmat M. Marxism and the World Today/ Worker-Communist Party of Iran. — Toronto-L., 1995. — 75 p. 1677

66.72 Helfgott R.B. Trade Unionism among the Jewish Garment Workers of Britain and the United States. — pp. [202-214.] B3

67.412 Henkin L. et al. Right v. Might: International Law and the Use of Force/ Counsil on Foreigh Relations. — N.-Y., 1991. — 199 p. 2223

63.3(70) Herman E.S., Brodhead F. Demonstration Elections: U.S.-Stages Elections in the Dominican Republic, Vietnam and El Salvador. — Boston: South End, 1984. — 270 p. 1739

63.3(4) Herold J.C. Mistress to an Age: A Life of Madame de Stael. — Indianapolis-N.-Y.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1958. — 500 p.: ill. 1546

66.69(70) The Hidden Pearl of the Caribbean: Trotskyism in Cuba. — L.: Porcupine; Socialist Platform, 2000. — 364 p.: ill. — (Revolutionary History. Vol. 7. N 3.) 1770

66.61(7) Highlights of a Fighting History: 60 Years of the Communist Party, USA. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1979. — 516 p.: ill. 1654

30.6 Hill S. Democratic Values and Technological Choices. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1992. — 267 p. 2048

28 Himmelfarb G. Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution. — N.-Y.: W.W. Norton, 1968. — 510 p. 1034

63.3(7) Hinckley B. The Symbolic Presidency: How Presidents Portray Themselves. — N.-Y.-L.: Routledge, 1990. — 193 p. 1257

63.3(5) Hinton W. Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village. – N.-Y.: Vintage, 1966. – 637 p. 2563

63.3(5) Hinton W. Turning Point in China: An Essay on the Cultural Revolution. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1972. — 112 p. 1913

66.72 Hippe O. ...And Red is the Colour of Our Flag: Memories of Sixty Years in the Workers' Movement. — L.: Index, 1991. — 305 p. 904

63.3(0) History 1522: East Central Europe in the 20th Century/ P. Debrowski. — S. l., s. a. A11

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66.1(0) History, Economic History and the Future of Marxism: Essays in memory of Tom Kemp (1921-1993)/ Ed. by T. Brotherstone, G. Pilling. — L.: Porcupine, 1996. — 370 p. 1268

The History of the IWW in Canada/ IWW. – Chicago, s. a. – ill. E7

86.38 Hitti P.K. Islam and the West: A Historical Cultural Survey. — Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1962. — 191 p. 1106

63.3(2) Hittle J.M. The Service City: State and Townsmen in Russia 1600-1800. – Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1979. – 297 p. 2651

66.5(4) Hoare A. Marxism, Stalinsm and the National-Liberation Struggle in the Balkans. — S. l., s. a. — 12 p. B3

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Hobsbawm E. Bandits. – N.-Y.: New Press, 2000. – 226 p.: ill. 2912

63.3(4) Hobsbaum E.J. Echoes of the Marseillaise: Two Centuries Look Back on the French Revolution. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1990. — 144 p. 1278

87.3 Hocking W.E. Types of Philosophy. — N.-Y.: Charles Scribner's, 1929. — 462 p. 517õ

63.3(2) Hoetzsch O. The Evolution of Russia. — L.: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966. — 213 p. 162

66.1(7) Hoeveler Jr., J.D. Watch on the Right: Conservative Intellectuals in the Reagan Era. — Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1991. — 333 p. 1429

63.3(7) Hoffman N. Woman's "True" Profession: Voices from the History of Teaching. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press, 1981. — 327 p. 1606

87.3 Hoffman R.L. Revolutionary Justice: The Social and Political Theory of P.-J. Proudhon. — Urbana-Chicago-L.: University of Illinois, 1972. — 429 p. 856

87.3 Holloway J. Change the World without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today. — L.-Sterling: Pluto, 2002. — 237 p. 1756

60.5(70) Holt-Seeland I. Women of Cuba. — West Port: Lawrence Hill & Co, 1981. — 109 p.: ill. 1459

65.9(2) Holzman F.D. The Soviet Economy: Past, Present and Future. - N.-Y., 1982. - 63 p.: ill. 2413

66.4 Homet Jr. R.S. The New Realism: A Fresh Beginning in U.S.-Soviet Relations. — N.-Y.: Harper Collins, 1990. — 316 p. 1408

87.3 Hook S. Marx and the Marxists: The Ambiguous Legacy. — Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1955. — 256 p. 1155

63.3(5) Hookham H. A Short History of China. — N.-Y.-Scarborough: Mentor, 1972. — 381 p.: ill. 1481

63.3(5) Hore C. China: Whose Revolution?/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1987. — 45 p. B3

78.34(2) Horecky P.L. Libraries and Bibliographic Centers in the Soviet Union/ Indiana University. — Washington: Council in Library Resources, 1959. — 287 p. — (Slavic and East European Series, vol. 16.) 1547

87.3 Horkheimer M. Critical Theory: Selected Essays. — N.-Y.: Continuum, 1986. — 290 p. 1967

63.3(7) Horowitz D. The Free World Colossus: A Critique of American Foreigh Policy in the Cold War. — N.-Y.: Hill & Wang, 1965. — 461 p. 993

66.61(5) Houn F.W. A Short History of Chinese Communism. – New Jersey: Spectrum, 1973. – 278 p. 2566

How to Fire Your Boss: A Worker’s Guide to Direct Action/ IWW. – Cincinnati: Red Dawn, 2001. B3

63.3(7) Huberman L. The Labor Spy Racket. — N.-Y.: Modern Age, 1937. — 195 p.: ill. 1835x

65.011.3 Huberman L. Man's Wordly Goods: The Story of the Wealth of Nations. — N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1936. — 349 p. 2079x

66.72(7) Huck G., Konopacki M. Bye! American: The Labor Cartoons. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1987. — 112 p.: ill. A32

66.72(7) Huck G., Konopacki M. Mad in U.S.A.: Labor cartoons. — Vol. 3. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1993. — 112 p.: ill. A71

67.405 Human Rights for Working People: A Trade Union Commentary on the "Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy"/ AFL-CIO. — N.-Y., 1988. — 52 p. B3

67.400.7 Humana C. World Human Rights Guide. — 3d ed. — N.-Y.-Oxford: Oxford University, 1992. — 393 p.: cartes. 2076

63.3(4) Hunter B. Forgotten Hero: The Life and Times of Edward Rushton. — Liverpool: Living History Library, 2002. — 119 p.: ill. 1574

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66.72(4) Hunter B. They Knew Why They Fought: Unofficial struggles and leadership on the docks 1945-1989. — L.: Index, 1994. — 135 p.: ill. 1440

63.3(2) Hunter B. Towards Capitalism or Socialism? The Soviet Union and the political revolution. — Salford, 1991. — 44 p. E7

63.3(5) Hunter J. Concise Dictionary of Modern Japanese History. — Berkeley: University of California, 1984. — 368 p. 1215

63.3(6) Hussein M. Class Conflict in Egypt: 1945-1970. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1973. — 379 p. 908

66.74 Huston P. Motherhood by Choice: Pioneers in Women's Health and Family Planning. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press-University of New York, 1992. — 181 p.: ill. 1953

84(4) Huxley A. Brave New World. — N.-Y.: Bantam, 1952/ — 266 p. 764

63.3(7) Hymowitz C., Weissman M. A History of Women in America. — N.-Y.: Bantam, 1980. — 400 p. 835

 

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66.69 The I.S.O. and the Left/ International Socialist Organization. — Chicago, s. a. — 21 p. B3

66.72 The IUF Centenary/ IUF. — Is. 6. — Geneva, 1990. — 47 p.: ill. B3

The I.W.W. Its First Seventy Years (1905-1975): The history of an effort to organize the working class. – Chicago, 1976. – 238 p.: ill. 2894

The I.W.W. Speaks: Anthology of Official Literature of the Industrial Workers of the World/ Tacoma IWW group. – Tacoma, s. a. – 47 p.: ill. E7

Ibarruri D. They Shall Not Pass: The Autobiography of La Pasionaria. – N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1976. – 351 p. 2902

87.3 The Ideas of Victor Serge: A Life as a Work of Art/ Ed. by S. Weissman. — Glasgoe: Critique Books, 1997. — 258 p. 1721

74.6 Images of Issues:Typifying Contemporary Social Problems/ Ed. by J. Best. — N.-Y.: Aldine de Gruyter, 1988. — 257 p. 1978

65.5 The Impact of Governments on East-West Economic Relations/ Ed. by G. Bertsch, S. Elliott-Gower. — N.-Y.: New York University, 1991. — 407 p. 2140

66.5(4) Imperialism and Yugoslavia: A Trotskyist Analysis. — Athens, s. a. — 20 p. E7

65 The Imperiled Economy/ URPE. — N.-Y., 1987.

        Vol. 1. — Macroeconomics from a left perspective. — 329 p. 945

        Vol. 2. — Through the safety net. — 261 p. 946

63.3(7) Important Events in American Labor History 1778-1975/ U.S. Department of Labor. – Washington, 1976. – 37 p.: ill. B3

63.3(0) In Defense of History: Marxism and the Postmodern Agenda/ Ed. by E.M. Wood, J.B. Foster. — N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1997. — 204 p. 1010

In defense of Russian Revolution: A Selection of Bolshevik Writings, 1917-1923/ Ed. by A. Richardson. – L., Porcupine, 1995. – 287 p. 2964

63.3(4) In Portugal — Capital Confronts the World Proletariat/ For Ourselves. — Berkeley, 1974. B3

Inflation: Cause and Cure/ IWW. – 2d ed. – Tacoma, 1977. – ill. B3

63.3 Inkeles A. Clyde Kluckhohn’s Contribution to Studies of Russia and the Soviet Union. — Carbondale-Edwardsville, 1973. B3

65.9(5) Inside Japanese System: Readings on Contemporary Society and Political Economy/ Ed. By D.I. Okimoto. T.P. Rohlen. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1988. — 286 p. 1253

66.61(5) Interference and Betrayal: Japanese Communist Party Fights Back against Soviet Hegemonism/ Ed. by Tetsuzo Fuwa. — Tokyo: Japan Press Service, 1994. — 522 p.: ill. 1927

International Communism in the Era of Lenin: A Documentary History/ Ed. by H. Gruber. – N.-Y.: Anchor, 1972. – 426 p. 2900

66.69(0) International Conference. South Africa December — 1997. — S. l., s. a. E7

66.69(0) The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement: 1st of May Group/ Ed. by A. Meltzer. – Sanday: Cienfuegos Press, 1976. – 85 p. 2618

92 The International Thesaurus of Quotations. — N.-Y.: T.Y. Crowell, 1970. — 1088 p. 1825x

60 Interpretive Social Science: A Secind Look/ Ed. by P. Rabinow, W.M. Sullivan. — Berkeley: University of California, 1987. — 395 p. 1414

60.5 Intersections: readings in Sociology. A Customized Sociology Reader/ Ed. by Robinson. – Boston: Pearson Custom, 2001. – 213 p. 2615

63.3(2) An Interview with Leonid Plyushch. — Toronto: Didloh, 1976. — 24 p. B3

65(2) Ioffe O.S. Gorbachev's Economic Dilemma: An Insider's view. — St Paul: Merrill/ Magnus, 1989. — 329 p. 950

66.5(4) The Irish War: Why We Say Troops out/ Socialist Workers Party.- L., 1981. — 39 p.: ill. B3

68 Is a Third World War Inevitable?/ Socialist Party. — L., 1992. — 20 p.: ill. B3

63.3(5) Is There Democracy in China? Freedom? Is There a "Mao Cult"?/ By J. Goldwasser, S. Dowty. — 1975. — 32 p.: ill. — (Far East Reporter.) B3

66.5(6) Is This Really What We Fought for: White rule ends, black poverty goes on/ Ed. by B. Myers. — L.: Index, 1997. — 104 p. — (South Africa.) 1924

66.5(4) Is This Treason? Crisis in the Balkans: The Macedonian question and the working class/ International Socialist Organization. — Melbourne, 1992. — 50 p. B3

63.3(5) Isaacs H.R. The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution. – 2d ed. – Stanford: Stanford University, 1961. – 392 p. 2554

66.3(5) Israel: The Hijack State. America’s watchdog in the Middle East/ SWP. — L., 2003. — 72 p. B3

78 Issues Facing the Labor Movement in the 1970s/ Ed. by P. Davidson. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 31 p. B3

66.69(4) The Italian Communist Left 1926-45/ International Communist Current. — L., 1992. — 191 p. 1689

63.3(0) Itzkowitz N. Ottoman Empire and Islamic Tradition. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1980. — 117 p. 2054

 

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63.3(2) Jacobs D.N. Borodin: Stalin’s Man in China. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1981. — 369 p.: ill. 454

63.3(2) Jacobsen C.G. Soviet Strategy — Soviet Foreign Policy: Military Considerations Affecting Soviet Policy-Making. — Glasgow: R. Maclehose & Co, 1972. — 236 p. 1240

66.69(7) James P. Cannon as We Knew Him. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 288 p.: 1 front. portr. 1028

63.3(4) Janik A., Toulmin S. Wittgenstein’s Vienna. — N.-Y.: Simon and Schuster, 1973. — 314 p.: ill. 1298

66.74 Jaquith C., Reid W.M. Which Way for the Women's Movement? — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1977. — 31 p.: ill. B3

60.54(7) Jasso G., Rosenzweig H.R. The New Chosen People: Immigrants in the United States. — N.-Y.: Russel Sage Foundation, 1990. — 460 p. 943

63.3(4) Jallinek F. The Paris Commune of 1871. — N.-Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, 1965. — 451 p. 1300

63.3(2) Jenness D. Lenin as Election Campaign Manager. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 15 p.: 1 portr. B3

65.262.6 Jenness L., Roberts D. Inflation: What Causes It. How to Fight It. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 22 p. B3

Jessop B. The Capitalist State: Marxist Theories and Methods. – N.-Y.-L.: New York University, 1982. – 296 p. 2973

66.74(7) Jewell K.S. From Mammy to Miss America and beyond: Cultural images and the shaping of US social policy. — L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1993. — 238 p. 1700

63.3(2) Jews Behind the Iron Curtain/ Jewish Labor Committee. — Atlantic City, 1949. — 56 p. E7x

63.3(7) Jezer M. The Dark Ages: Life in the United States 1945-1960. — Boston: South End, 1982. — 335 p. 791

63.3(7) Jimerson R.C. The Privat Civil War. — Baton Rouge-L.: Louisiana State University, 1988. — 270 p. 1441

66.69(7) Johnpoll B.K. Pacifist's Progress: Norman Thomas and the decline of American socialism. — Westport: Greenwood, 1987. — 336 p. 1659

65.292 Johnson P. Frames of Deceit: A Study of the loss and recovery of public and privat trust. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1993. — 212 p. 2137

63.3(4) Jones B. Left-Wing Communism in Britain 1917-21: An Infantile disorder? — Sheffield: Pirate, 1991. B3

63.3(0) Jones L.S.A. The Peoples Uprising 1381. — L.: Museum of Labour History, 1981. — 20 p. B3

63.3(5) Joshi S. The Left anf the Indian National Movement, 1920-35. — New Delhi: Jawaharlal Neru University, 1984. — 272 p. A56

66.5(5) Journalism under Occupation: Israel's regulation of the Palestinian press. — N.-Y., 1988. — 244 p.: carte. 2102

 

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66.2(2) KGB: Yesterday, today, tomorrow. First International Conference. Plenary session. — S. l., s. a. — 84 p. B3

66.2(2) KGB: Yesterday, today, tomorrow. International conferences and round tables. Legislature. Public control. Secret services and human rights/ Glasnost Public Foundation-Center for Information and Analysis of the Activity of the Russian Secret Services. — M., 1996. — 240 p. 2204

66.2(2) KGB: Yesterday, today, tomorrow. III International Conference 1-3 October 1993. Reports and discussion/ Glasnost Public Foundation. — M., 1995. — 248 p. 2205

60.54 Kadushin C., Denitch B., Genevie L. An Evaluation of the Experiences of Exchange Participants 1969-70 through 1974-75/ International Research and Exchanges Board. — N.-Y., 1977. — 66 p. E7

66.61(2) Kan'ichi Kuroda. Destruction of the Revolution. — Tokyo: Kaihoh-Sha, 1991. — 129 p. 878

63.3(2) Kan’ichi Kuroda. Stalinist Socialism: A Japanese Marxist’s Perspective. — Tokyo: Kobushi Shobo, 1969. — 62 p. 803

66.1(0) Kan'ishi Kuroda. What Is Revolutionary Marxism? — Tokyo: Kaihoh-Sha, 1991. — 213 p. 2041

66.69 Kantorovitch H. Problems of Revolutionsry Socialism. — N.-Y., [1936]. — 34 p. B3x

83 Karlinsky S. Marina Cvetaeva: Her Life and Art. — Berkeley-Los Angeles: University of California, 1966. — 317 p.: 1 front. portr. 1931

87.7 Katz M., Vieland V. Get Smart! What You Should Know (But Won't Learn in Class) about Sexual Harassment and Sex Discrimination. — 2d ed. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press-University of New York, 1993. — 170 p.: 1 ill. 1173

87.3 Kautsky K. Thomas More and His Utopia, with a historical introduction. — N.-Y.: Russel & Russel, 1959. — 250 p. 789

66.5(0) Kaysen C. Et al. War with Iraq: Costs, Consequences and Alternatives/ American Aacdemy of Arts and Sciences. — Cambridge (MA), 2002. — 87 p. 2201

63.3(0) Kazin A. New York Jew. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1978. — 464 p. 1162

63.3(5) Keene D. Emperor of Japan: Meiji and His World, 1852-1912. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 2002. — 922 p. 2348

68.8 Kelber H. Must We Perish? — N.-Y., 1974. — 24 p. B3

66.5(0) Kelly M. Martyrs’ Day: Chronicle of a small war. – N.-Y.: Vintage, 2001. – 365 p. 2513

87.3 Kelley R. The Transatlantic Persuasion: The Liberal-Democratic Mind in the Age of Gladstone. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1990. — 433+XII p. 1782

Kellman P. Building Unions: Past, Preset and Future. – Croton-on-Hudson: Apex, 2001. – 37 p.: ill. E7

65(7) Kemp T. The Climax of Capitalism: The US Economy in the Twentieth Century. — L.-N.-Y.: Longman, 1990. — 251 p. 914

65.1 Kemp T. Karl Marx's "Capital" Today. — L.: New Park, 1982. — 199 p. 1348

66.72(4) Kendall W. The Labour Movement in Europe. — L.: Allen Lane, 1975. — 456 c. 1200

63.3(2) Kenez P. A History of the Soviet Union from the Beginning to the End. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1999. — 317 p.: ill. 1476

66.4(0) Kennedy P. Preparing for the Twenty-first Century. — L.: Fontana, 1994. — 428 p. 2067

63.3(0) Kennedy P. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic change and military conflict from 1500 to 2000. — L.: Fontana, 1989. — 898 p. 2236

79.3 Kennedy Grimsted P. Archives and Manuscript Repositories in the USSR: Moscow and Leningrad. – Princeton: Princeton University, 1972. – 436 p. 2655

67 Kerruish V. Jurisprudency as Ideology. — L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1991. — 221 p.: (Sociology of Law and Crime.) 1001

66.74 Kessler-Harris A. Women Have Always Worked: A Historical Overview. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press, 1981. — 193 p.: ill. 1270

65.262.2 Khandemian A.M. The SEC and Capital Market Regulation: The Politics of Expertise. — Pittsburgh-L.: University of Pittsburgh, 1992. — 278 p. 2070

63.3(2) Khoros V., Pantin I., Plimak Ye. The Russian Revolutionary Tradition. — Moscow: Progress, 1988. — 404 p. — (Man Through the Ages.) 305

68 Kidron M. A Permanent Arms Economy/ International Socialism. — L., 1989. — 15 p. B3

87.3 Kierkegaard S. The Present Age. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1962. — 108 p. 1234

66.69 Kimber C. The Struggle for Workers Power/ Socialist Worker. — L., s. a. — 16 p. B3

66.3(4) Kimber C. Wales: Class Struggle and Socialism/ SWP. — L., 1999. — 46 p. B3

Kindresley R. The First Russian Revisionists: A Study of “Legal Marxism” in Russia. – Oxford: Clarendon, 1962. – 260 p. 2917

67(7) Klein E.A. Essays Commemorating The Bicentennial of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. — Latham: University Press of America, 1991. — 99 p. 942

65.9 Klein N. No Logo. — L.: Flamingo, 2000. — 490 p. 2196

87.7 Kleinig J. Ethical Issues in Psychosurgery. — L.: G. Allen & Unwin, 1985. — 152 p. 1479

63.3(2) Knight A. Beria: Stalin’s first lieutenant. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1996. — 312 p. 1471

84.4 Koestler A. Darkness at Noon. — Harmondsworth-N.-Y.: Penguin, 1946. — 235 p. 447

66.1(7) Kohn H. American Nationalism: An Interpretative Essay. — N.-Y.: Macmillan, 1957. — 272 p. 1653

66.74 Kollontai A. Women Working Struggle for Their Right. – Bristol: Falling Wall, 1973. – 35 p. B3

83.3(2) Kontinent. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1976. — 196 p. 1308

66.3(5) Korea in the 1990s: Prospects for Unification/ Ed. by S.W. Mosher. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1992. — 101 p. 2176

Koritz S., Meza L. Women and the Labor Movement/ Massachusetts Trade Union Educational League. – Chelsea (MA), s. a. – 29 p. B3

66.5(4) Kosova: Apartheid in Europe/ Workers’ Aid for Bosnia. — S. l., s. a. — ill. E7

66.72 Kramer J. Punching Out. — Detroit: Our Times, 1952. — 32 p.: ill. B3

65.9 Krickus R.J. The Superpowers in Crisis. — Washington: Pergamon-Brassey's, 1987. — 236 p. 1968

66.5(0) Kriesberg L. International Conflict Resolution: The U.S.-USSR and the Middle East cases. — New Haven-L.: Yale University, 1992. — 275 p. 1192

Kujala A. The Crown, the Nobility and the Peasants, 1630-1713: Tax, rent and relations of power. – Helsinki: SKS, 2003. – 203 p.: ill. 2953

87.3 Kumar K. Utopianism. — Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1991. — 136 p. 2099

66.69(7) Kusnet D. Speaking American: How the democrats can win the nineties. — N.-Y.: Thunder's Mouth, 1992. — 237 p. 1004

 

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66.5(0) The LRCI on Bosnia: From a revolutionary lin to capitulation to Nato's allies. Plus documents on Rwanda and Haiti. — L., s. a. — 27 p. E7

63.3(2) La Belle D. Alexander Potresov and the Kalmykova Circle — A Study of the Origins of Marxism in St. Petersburg. — Chicago, 1973.

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66.72 La Botz D. A Troublemaker's Handbook: How to fight back where you work — and win! — Detroit: Labor Notes Book, 1991. — 262 p. A91

66.72 Labor Fact Book 16/ Labor Research Association. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1963. — 160 p. 2307

66.72 7th Labor Notes Conference. April 23-25, 1993. — S. l., s. a. — 39 p.: ill. E7

66.69(4) Labour Goverment or Socialism?/ Socialist Party. — L., 1968. — 30 p. B3

65 Lafargue P. The Religion of Capital. — 9th ed. — N.-Y.: New York Labor News, 1967. — 32 p. B3

87.3 Lafargue P., Liebknecht W. Karl Marx, His Life and Works. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1943. — 64 p. 808x

63.3(7) Lafeber W. The American Age: United States foreign policy at home and abroad since 1750. — N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1989. — 759 p. 940

63.3(7) Laidler H.W. Socialism in the Unites States: A Brief history/ League for Industrial Democracy. — N.-Y., 1952. — 26 p. B3

63.3(4) Laing M. Edward Heath: Prime Minister. — L.: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1972. — 258 p.: ill. 1781

63.3(4) Lamb D. Mutinies: 1917-1920. — Oxford-L.: Solidarity, s. a. — 32 p.: ill. E7

63.3(2) Lambeth B.S. The Elements of Soviet Strategic Policy. — Santa Monica: Rand Corporation, 1979. — 13 p. E7

63.3(2) Lane D. State and Politics in the USSR. - N.-Y.: New York University Press, 1985. - 398 p. 2416

66.69 Lane J. An Anti-Statist Communist Manifesto. — Cambridge, s. a. — [16] p.: ill. E7

87.3 Langer S.K. Philosophy as a New Key: A Study in the symbolism of reason, rite and art. — N.-Y.: Penguin, 1948. — 248 p. 838x

65.9 Lapham L.A. Money and Class in America: Notes and observations on our civil religion. — N.-Y.: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988. — 243 p. 1859

63.3(0) Laqueur W. Russia and Germany: A Century of conflict. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1990. — 377 p.: carte. 832

63.3(4) Laqueur W. Weimar: A Cultural History, 1918-1933. — N.-Y.: Capricorn, 1976. — 308 p.: ill. 2534

63.3(7) Laski H.J. The American Presidency, an Interpretation. — N.-Y.-L.: Harper & Brothers, 1940. — 278 p. 2135x

63.3(70) Latin America: Reform or revolution?/ Ed. by J. Petras, M. Zeitlin. — Greenwich (CT): Fawcett, 1968. — 511 p. 1143

84(70) Latin America Revolutionary Poetry: A Bilingual antology. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1974. — 505 p. 1634

65.9 Lavigne M. The Economics of Transition: From Socialist Economy to Market Economy. — Basingstore: Macmillan, 1995. — 295 p. 1421

87.3 Lawson J.H. The Hidden Heritage: A Rediscovery of the ideas and forces that link the thought of ourtime with the culture of the past. — N.-Y.: Citadel, 1950. — 573 p. 1955

Le Blanc P. Lenin and the Revolutionary Party. – New-Jersey-L.: Humanities, 1990. – 399 p. 2892

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66.69(7) Le Blanc P. Trotskyism in America: The First Fifty Years/ Fourth Internationalist Tendency. — N.-Y., 1987. — 40 p.: ill. E7

87.3 Leake J. Sparks: Origins of the Struggle for the Emancipation of the World. — N.-Y., s. a. — 55 p. A104

87.3 Lecomte de Nouy. Human Destiny. — N.-Y.: New American Library, 1949. — 189 p. 1154x

74 Lee W.O. Social Change and Educational Problems in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1991. — 303 p. 1437

Lehmann P. Protecting Women Out of Their Jobs. – Somerville: New England Free Press, s. a. – 9 p. B3

63.2 Lehning A. Sources of Labor History. — pp. [183-193.] B3

65.013.5 Lekachman R., Van Loon B. Capitalism for Beginners. — L.: Writers and Readers, 1981. — 174 p.: ill. 1918

63.3(7) Lembcke J., Tattam W.M. One Union in Wood: A political history of the International Woodworkers in America. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1984. - 229 p. 2419

Lenin, The Man, the Theorist, the Leader: A Reappraisal/ Ed. by L. Schapiro, P. Reddaway. – N.-Y.-Washington-L.: Frederich A. Praeger, 1967. – 317 p. 2891

63.3(7) Lens S. The Labor Wars: From the Molly Maguires to the Sitdowns. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1974. — 428 p. 1091

66.61 Lenz J. The Rise and Fall of the Second International. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1932. — 285 p. 301õ

71.05 Leon A. The Jewish Question: A Marxisn interpretation. — 2d ed. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 270 p.: 1 front. portr. 1035

63.3(2) Leon Trotsky Speaks. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 333 p.: 1 front. portr. 720

63.3(7) Lerner A.R., Poster H. The Challenge of Hate: A Photo-record of democracy's striggle against disruption and disunity. — N.-Y.: F.F.F., 1946. — 96 p.: ill. A107x

65.9 Lessons of Economic Stabilization and Its Aftermath/ Ed. by M. Bruno et al. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: MIT, 1991. — 423 p. 1443

66.3(2) Lester J. Modern Tsars and Princes: The struggle for hegemony in Russia. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1995. — 320 p. 1090

Levack B. et al. The West: Encounters & Transformations. – N.-Y.: Pearson-Longman, 2007. – 957 p.: ill. A159

63.3(4) Leval G. Collectives in the Spanish Revolution. — L.: Freedom, 1975. — 368 p. 1934

63.3(0) Levenstein A. Escape to Freedom: The Story of the International Rescue Committee. — Westport-L.: Greenwood, 1983. — 338 p. 960

87.3 Levin-Waldman O.M. Plant Closure, Regulation and Liberalism: The Limits to liberal public philosophy. — Latham: University Press, 1992. — 185 p. 2053

66.69(0) Levy S. The Epoch of Trotskyism: An Analysis of the latest phase of capitalism development and its consequences. — Exeter, 1994. — 109 p. 1848

63.3(0) Lewis B. The Middle East and the West. — N.-Y.: Harper Torchbooks, 1964. — 164 p. 2336

60 Lewis B. What Went Wrong? Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response. — Oxford: Oxford University, 2002. — 180 p. 2340

66.74 Lewis G. Eva Gore Booth and Esther Roper: A Biography. — L.: Pandora, 1988. — 195 ð. 2159

63.3(7) Lewis O., Lewis R.M., Rigdon S.M. Living the Revolution: An Oral history of contemporary Cuba. — Urbana-Chicago-L.: University of Illinois, 1978. — 581 p. 933

66.3(4) Leys C. Politics in Britain. — Toronto-Buffalo: University of Toronto, 1983. — 350 p. 1251

67.401 Light P.C. Monitoring Government: Inspectors general and the search for accountability. — Washington: Brooking Institution-Governance Institution, 1993. — 274 p. 959

63.3(2) Lincoln W.B. Passage through Armageddon: The Russians in War and Revolution, 1914-1918. — N.-Y.-Oxford: Oxford University, 1994. — 637 p.: ill. 471

65 Linder M. The Anti-Samuelson. Macroeconomics: Basic problems of the capitalist economy. — 2 vol. — N.-Y.: Urizen, 1977.

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63.3(0) Linebaugh P., Rediker M. Many-Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves, Commoners and the Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic. — Boston: Beacon, 2000. — 433 p.: ill. 1217

84 The Little Red Song Book. International Edition: Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent. — 36th ed./ IWW. — Ypsilanti, 1995. — 96 p.: ill. E7

Littlepage J.D., Bess D. In Search of Soviet Gold. – N.-Y.: Arno; New York Times, 1970. – 310 p. 2723

66.3(7) Lockwood L. Castro's Cuba, Cuba's Fidel. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1969. — 363 p.: ill. 983

83.3(7) London J. American Rebel [and other social writings]. — N.-Y.: Citadel, 1947. — 533 p. 911x

63.3(0) Lualdi K.J. Sources of the Making of the West: peoples and Cultures. – Boston-N.-Y.: Bedford/St Martin’s. 2001.

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66.72(6) Luckhardt K., Wall B. Organize or Starve: History of South African Congress of Trade Unions. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1980. - 520 p. 2451

74.00 Luebke B.F., Reilly M.E. Women’s Studies Graduates: The First Generation. – N.-Y.-L.: Teachers College, 1995. – 206 p. – (Athene.) 2610

63.3(4) Luethy H. France against Herself: The past, politics and crises of modern France. — N.-Y.: Meridian, 1960. — 476 p. 1221

65.9 The Lugano Report: On Preserving Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century. - L.-Sterling: Pluto, 1999. - 213 p. 2499

63.3(2) Lukacs G. Lenin: A Study on the unity of his thought. — Cambridge (MA): MIT, 1974. — 104 p. 1952

83 Lukacs G. Studies in European Realism. — N.-Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, 1964. — 266 p. 1948

65.9 Lumer H. War Economy and Crisis. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1954. — 256 p. 1936

Lunam S. The Intelligentsia: State Capitalism in the Soviet Union: The Sokolnikov/Zinoviev Question 1905-1935. – S. l. n. d. – 128 p. 2904

87.7 Lund C. The Family: Revolutionary or oppressive force? — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 22 p.: 1 portr. B3

31 Lund C. The Oil Swindle and Watergate: The Socialist response to profitering and deception. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 14 p. B3

87.3 Luthy H. From Calvin to Rousseau: Tradition and Modernity in Socio-Political Thoufgt from the Reformation to the French Revolution. — N.-Y.-L.: Basic, 1970. — 308 p. 1866

66.69(4) Luxemburg R. The Junius Pamphlet. The Crisis in the German Social Democracy. — Colombo, 1967. — 97 p. 1686

66.61(4) Luxemburg R.  The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg/ Ed. by S.E. Bronner. — Boulder: Westview, 1978. — 259 p.: 1 ill. 1463

66.69(4) Luxemburg R. On the Spartacus Programme. — Colombo, 1966. — 28 p. B3

66.1(0) Luxemburg R. Reform or Revolution. — N.-Y.: Three Arrows, 1937. — 53 p. B3x

63.3(2) Luxemburg R. The Russian Revolution. — N.-Y.: Workers Age, s. a. — 57 p. B3

Luxemburg R. The Russian Revolution and Leninism or Marxism. – Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1961. – 109 p. 2921

66.61(2) Luxemburg R. Selected Political Writings. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1971. — 441 p. 1059

87.3 Luxemburg R. Theory and Practice. — Detroit: News and Letters, 1980. — 27 p.: ill. B3

65.240 Lynch M. ESOPs, ECOPs and Employee Ownership — A Guide for Trade Unionists. — S. l., s. a. — 120 p. 1356

63.3(7) Lyons E. The Life and death of Sacco and Vanzetti. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1927. — 208 p. 2008õ

 

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63.3(7) Maclean N. Behind the Mask of Chivalry: The Making of second Ku Klux Klan. — N.-Y.-Oxford: Oxford University, 1994. — 282 p. 1718

60.54(6) Macleod A.E. Accomodating Protest: Working women, the new veiling and change in Cairo. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1991. — 206 p. 2061

66.3 Macpherson C.B. The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy. — Oxford: Oxford University, 1979. — 120 p. 2164

63.3(2) Maddox R.J. The Unknown War with Russia: Wilson’s Siberian Intervention. — San Rafael: Presidio, 1977. — 156 p.: ill. 325

66.4(4) Magas B. The Destruction of Yugoslavia: Tracing the beak-up 1980-92. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1993. — 336 p. 1595

66.3(4) Magid A. Private Lives/Public Surfaces: Grassroots perspectives and the legitimacy question in Yugoslav socialism. — Boulder: East European Monographs, 1991. — 617 p. 1886

65.261(7) Magleby D.B., Nelson C.J. The Money Chase: Congressional campaign financial reform. — Washington: Brookings Institute, 1990. — 227 p. 1753

60.54 Mahamdallie H. Refugees Are Not To Blame: No to scapegoating, no to immigration controls/ Socialist Worker. — L., 2000. — 19 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Malatesta E. Fra Contadini: A Dialogue on Anarchy. — L.: Elephant, 1990. — 47 p. 384

66.3(7) Malcolm X. The Autobiography of Malcolm X. — N.-Y.: Grove, 1965. — 460 p. 1160

63.3(7) Malcolm X. On Afro-American History. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 74 p.: ill. 1842

66.5(7) Malcolm X. Two Speeches. — N.-Y.: Pioneer, 1965. — 31 p. B3

63.3(2) Malet M. Nestor Makhno in the Russian Civil War. — L.: London School of Economics and Political Science, 1985. — 232 p. 442

65.02 Mandel D. Perestroika and the Soviet People: Rebirth of the Labour Movement. — Montreal-N.-Y.: Black Rose, 1991. — 207 p. 264

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65 Mandel E. An Introduction to Marxist Economic Theory. — 2d ed. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 78 p. 1029

65.1 Mandel E. Marxist Economic Theory. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1970.

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65.9 Mandel E. The Second Slump: A Marxist analysis of recession in the Seventies. — L.: Verso, 1980. — 226 p. 1951

66.4 Mandel E. Vanguard Parties/ Fourth International Tendency. — N.-Y., 1991. — 12 p. B3

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66.5(7) Marcus J.R. Jews in American Life/ American Jewish Committee. — N.-Y., 1955. — 20 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Marcuse H. Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the rise of social theory. — Boston: Beacon, s. a. — 431 p. 871

66.77 Marcy M.E. You Have No Country! Workers' struggle against war. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1984. — 77 p.: ill. 1108

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66.69 Marsden S., McNulty D. Burnley: Home of the Communist Manifesto/ SWP. — L., s. a. — 26 p. B3

66.74 Martin G. Socialist Feminism: The First decade 1966-76. — Seattle: Freedom Socialist, 1986. — 222 p.: ill. 2073

60.54 Marwick A. Class: Image and reality in Britain, France and the USA since 1930. — N.-Y.: Oxford University, 1980. — 416 p. 947

66.74 Marxism and Feminism: The Worldwide struggle for women's equality. — San Francisco: Walnut, 1989. — 45 p. B3

87.3 Marxism and the Modern World/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1987. — 31 p. — (Education for Socialists.) B3

87.3 Marxism and the National Question/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1989. — 31 p.- (Education for Socialists.) B3

60.5 Marxism and the Sociology of Trade Unionism. — L.: Pluto, 1971. — 53 p. B3

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87.3 Marxism, Nationality and War: A Text-book. — L.: Lawrence & Wishart, 1941.

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92 Marxist-Humanist Literature Catalog. — Chicago: News and Letters, s. a. — 14 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Marxists and the State/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1987. — 26 p. B3

63.3(7) Marzani S. The Education of a Reluctant Radical. — N.-Y.: Topical, 1992.

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        Vol. 2. — Growing up American. — 214 p.: ill. 2022

        Vol. 3. — Spain, Munich and dying empires. — 281 p.: ill. 2023

        Vol. 4. — From Pentagon to penitentiary. — 278 p.: ill. 2024

67.400.6 Massachusetts Rules of Court. Federal. 1999. — S. l.: West Group, 1999. — 229 p. 2330

63.3(2) Massie R.K. Peter the Great: His Life and World. – N.-Y.: A.A. Knopf, 1980. – 909 p.: ill. 2628

63.3(7) Masters D.C. A Short History of Canada. — N.-Y.: Van Nostrand, 1958. — 191 p. 1144

63.3(0) Mastny V. Stalin and the Prospects of a Separate Peace in World War II. — S. l., 1972. B3

Matsuda M.J. Where Is Your Body & An other essays on race, gender and the law. – Boston: Beacon, 1996. – 207 p. 2906

87.3 Mattick P. Anti-Bolshevik Communism. – L.: Merlin, 1978. – 231 p. 2577

87.3 Mattick P. Critique of Marcuse: One-dimensional man in class society. — L.: Merlin, 1972. — 107 p. 886

63.3(2) Matuszewski D.C. Peresvetov: The Ottoman Example and the Muscovite State. — Washington: University of Washington, 1972. — 308 p. 629

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66.74 Maupin J. Working Women and Their Organizations — 150 Years of Struggle. — Berkeley: Union WAGE Educational Committee, 1974. — 35 p.: ill. B3

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66.4(0) Mawby R.I. Comparative Policing Issues: The British and American system in international perspective. — L.: Unwin Hyman, 1990. — 234 p. 1822

87.3 Maximoff G.P. «My Social Credo». — Sydney: Monty Miller, 1983. — 15 p.: 1 front. portr. B3

63.3(2) Maximoff G.P. Syndicalists and the Russian Revolution/ Direct Action. — L., s. a. — 18 p. Â3

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66.74 McAfee K., Wood M. Bread & Roses. — Detroit, 1969. — 16 p. B3

66.72 McArthur J. Up Against the Odds: An account of the JJ fast food worker’s strike, Tottenham 1995-6/RPM. – L., 2000. – ill. B3

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67.408 McCoy A.W. The Politics of Heroin: CIA complicity in the global drug trade. — N.-Y.: Lawrence Hill, 1991. — 634 p. 1837

63.3(7) McCullough D. Truman. — N.-Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1992. — 1117 p.: ill. 1917

63.3(0) McDaniel T. Autocracy, Modernization and Revolution in Russia and Iran. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1991. — 239 p. 1493

63.3(7) McGuckin H.E. Memoirs of a Wobbly. — Chicago: C. H. Kerr, 1987. — 94 p.: ill. 994

67.404 McIntosh W.V. The Appeal of Civil Law: A Political-economic analysis of litigation. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1990. — 223 p. 958

McKay C. For a Working Class Culture in Canada: A selection of writings on sociology and political economy, 1897-1939/ Canadian Committee on Labour History. – St. John’s, 1996. – 615 p. 2934

63.3(7) McKay C. Harlem Glory: A Fragment of Aframerican life. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1990. — 112 p.: 1 front. portr. 1015

63.3(4) McLelland D. Karl Marx: His life and thought. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1977. — 498 p. 1452

63.3(7) McNaught K. The Pelican History of Canada. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969. — 336 p. 2187

87.7 McNeill J.J. Freedom, Glorious Freedom: The spiritual journey to the fullness of life for gays, lesbians, and everybody else. — Boston: Beacon, 1995. — 232 p. 1329

Medieval History Writing and Crisading Ideology/ Ed. by T.M.S. Lehtonen et al. – Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2005. – 320 p.: ill. A164

63.3(2) Medvedev Z.A. The Rise and Fall of T.D. Lysenko. — N.-Y.-L.: Columbia University, 1969. — 284 p.: ill. 1765

65.9(7) Melman S. The Permanent War Economy: American capitalism in decline. — N.-Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1974. — 384 p. 1939

63.3(4) Melson R. Revolution and Genocide: On the origins of the Armenian genocide and the holocaust. — Chicago-L.: Chicago University, 1992. — 363 p. 1444

Meltzer A. I Couldn’t Paint Golden Angels: Sixty Years of Commonplace Life and Anarchist Agitation. – Edinburgh-San Francisco: AK, 1996. – 385 p.: ill. 2948

63.3(70) Menendez Rodriguez M. Voices from El Salvador. — San Francisco: Solidarity, 1983. — 159 p.: ill. 1627

60.54(6) Mernissi F. Doing Dayly Battle: Interview with Maroccan women. — New Brunswick-New Jersey: Rutgers University, 1989. — 224 p. 2170

66.5(4) Mertus J.A. Kosovo: How myths and truths started a war. — Berkeley-Los Angeles-L.: University of California, 1999. — 378 p.: ill. 1291

A Metal Workers’ Guide: Health & Safety on the Job/ IWW. – Chicago, 1976. – 22 p.: ill. B3

66.72 A Metalworkers' Charter for Social and Economic Alternatives/ International Metalworkers' Federation. — Geneva, s. a. — 16 p. B3

66.3(2) Mickiewicz E. Changing Channels: Television and the struggle for power in Russia. — 2d ed. — Durham-L.: Duke University, 1999. — 372 p.: ill. 1474

66.4(0) The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment/ Ed. by D.W. Lesch. — 3d ed. — Cambridge (MA): Westview, 2003. — 518 p. 2345

Miller A.J. International Industrial Unionism/ IWW. – Tacoma, s. a. – 60 p. B3

Miller A.J. Principles of Labor Solidarity/ IWW. – Tacoma, 2005. – 8 p.: ill. B3

68 Miller D. Conflict Iraq: Wapons and Tactics of the US and Iraqi Forces. — St. Paul: MBI, 2003. — 128 p.: ill. 1263

65.9 Miller D. Modern Capitalist Economy: A Contribution to the Discussion/ International Socialists. — S. l., 1974. — 9 p. E7

Miller M. The ABC’s of Revolutionary Unionism/ IWW. – Cincinnati: Red Dawn, 2001. B3

63.3(2) Miller M.A. Kropotkin. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1976. — 342 p. 183

63.3(7) Miller N. Stealing from America: A History of corruption from Jamestown to Reagan. — N.-Y.: Paragon, 1992. — 399 p. 1460

66.74 Millett K. Sexual Politics. — N.-Y.: Doubleday & Co, 1970. — 393 p. 956

63.3(7) Millis W. Arms and Men: A Study in American military history. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1958. — 342 p. 1164

63.3(7) Mills C. W. Listen, Yankee: The Revolution in Cuba. — N.-Y.: Ballantine, 1960. — 192 p. 1052

66.74 Mitchell J. Woman's Estate. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974. — 182 p. 1128

66.74 Mitchell J. Women: The longuest revolution/ Radical Education Project. — Detroit, s. a. — 27 p. B3

87.8 A Modern Book of Esthetics: An Antology/ Ed. by M.M. Rader. — N.-Y.: Henry Holt, 1938. — 504 p. 2216x

65 Moggridge D.E. John Maynard Keynes. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976. — 190 p. — (Penguin Modern Masters.) 1114

63.3(7) Molloy S., Barden E., McMahon T. A Guide to the Historical Study of Rhode Island Working People. - S. l.: North Star Press, s. a. - 40 p.: ill. E7

87.3 Molnar T. The Decline of the Intellectual. — Cleveland-N.-Y.: Meridian, 1961. — 369 p. 1127

66.1(0) Molyneux J. The Future Socialist Society/ Socialist Workers Party. — L.: Bookmarks, s. a. — 39 p. B3

87.3 Molyneux J. What Is the Real Marxist Tradition? — L.: Bookmarks, 1985. — 74 p. 1094

63.3(0) Monitor: Testimonies and Warnings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki/ Japan Postal Workers’ Union. — S. l., 1985. — 25 p.: ill. E7

60.54(7) Moody K. The American Working Class in Transition/ International Socialists. — N.-Y., s. a. — 20 p. E7

63.3(7) Moody K. An Injury to All: The decline of American Unionism. – L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1996. – 376 p. 2697

66.72 Moody K. Struggle in the Coal Fields. — Highland Park: Sun, 1974. — 12 p.: ill. B3

66.72(0) Moody K. Workers in a Lean World: Unions in the International Economy. – L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 1997. – 342 p. 2700

60.5(7) Moore M. Stupid White Men… And Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation. — L.: Penguin, 2002. — 281 p. 1694

63.3(7) Morais H.M., Cahl W. Gene Debs: The Story of a fighting American. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1948. — 128 p. 1012x

87.7 The Moral Dimensions of Public Policy Choice: Beyond the market paradigm/ Ed. by J.M. Gillroy, M. Wade. — Pittsburgh-L.: University of PIttsburgh, 1992. — 529 p. 1714

63.3(5) Moravia A. The Red Book and the Great Wall: An impression of Mao’s China. — L.: Panther, 1969. — 157 p. 1907

66.3(7) Moroney R. Social Policy and Social Work: Critical State. — N.-Y.: Aldine de Gruyter, 1991. — 257 p. 2138

63.3(2) Morray J.P. Project Kuzbas: American Workers in Siberia (1921-1926). - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1983. - 191 p. 2481

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63.3(4) Morrow F. Revolution and Counter-revolution in Spain. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 262 p. 824

63.3(4) Morton A.L. A People’s History of England. – N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1974. – 565 p. 2533

63.3(5) Moseley G. China since 1911. — N.-Y.-Evanston: Harper & Row, 1970. — 195 p. 1153

Moving in the USSR: Western anomalies and Northern wilderness/ Ed. by P. Hakamies. – Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2005. – 161 p.: ill. A163

66.69(4) Mueller F. Reform or Revolution? An Assessment of the Socialist Workers Party. — N.-Y.: Labor, 1972. — 62 p. B3

63.3(4) Mur J. A Prisoner of Martial Law: Poland: 1981-1982. — San Diego-N.-Y.-L.: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1984. — 311 p.: ill. 1709

63.3(2) Murphy K. Revolution and Counterrevolution: Class Struggle in a Moscow Metal Factory. – N.-Y.-Oxford, Berghahn, 2005. – 234 p. 2517

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86.31 Murray G. Five Stages of Greek Religion. – N.-Y.: Doubleday Anchor, 1955. – 221 p. 2578

Murrin J.M. et al. Liberty, Equality, Power: A History of the American People. – Belmont: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2007.

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63.3(6) Mutiny in the ANC, 1984: As told by five of the mutineers. — L., s. a. — 27 p. E7

66.69(7) My Brother, My Comrade: Remembering Jake Cooper/ Ed. by M. Harris. — San Francisco: Walnut, 1994. — 208 p.: ill. 1646

63.3(4) Myrdal J. Confessions of a Disloyal European. — Chicago: Lake View, 1990. — 211 p. 2139

 

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65.9(7) Nader R., Taylor W. The Big Boys: Power and position in American business. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1986. — 576 p. 978

66.69 Nagy B. For the Political Revolution in the U.S.S.R.! In Defense of the Transitional Programme/ Workers Press. — L., s. a. — 46 p. B3

60.5(5) Nakane C. Japanese Society. — Berkeley-Los Angeles: University of California, 1970. — 157 p. 1239

87.3 Nancy J.L. The Inoperative Community. — Minneapolis-Oxford: University of Minnesota, 1991. — 176 p. — (Theory and History of Literature.) 1972

66.1(2) Nationalism, antisemitism and authoritarism in Russia’s regions/ Antifascist Youth Action; Moscow Helsinki Group et al. — Moscow, 1999. — 16 p. B3

63.3(2) The Nature of Soviet Society. — N.-Y.: Labor News, 1978. — 53 p. B3

66.69(0) Neale J. You Are G8, We Are 6 Billions: The truth behind the Genoa protests. — L.: Vision Paperback, 2002. — 275 p. 1693

66.3(0) Necessary and Unnecessary Utopias: Socialist Register 2000/ Ed. by L. Panitch, C. Leys. – Rendlesham: Merlin, 1999. – 297 p. 2526

87.3 Negri A. Marx beyond Marx. — N.-Y.: Autonomedia-L.: Pluto, 1991. — 248 p. 748

63.3(7) The Nelson Rockfeller Report to the President by the Commission on CIA Activities. June 1975. — N.-Y.: Minor, 1975. — 299 p. 1233

Nelson B. Workers on the Waterfront: Seamen, Longshoremen, and Unionism in the 1930s. – Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1990. – 352 p. 2887

87.3 Nesic K. The Call of the Void/ troploin. — S. l., 2003. — 14 p. E7

63.3(2) Nettl J.P. The Soviet Achievement. — S. l.: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967. — 288 p.: ill. 515

66.5(5) The New Intifada: Israel, imperialism and Palestinian resistance/ SWP. — L., 2002. — 24 p.: ill. B3

87.3 A New Society: The Anarchist Alternative/ Libertarian Socialist Organisation. – Queensland, s. a. B3

66.3(7) Newman P.C. Renegade in Power: The Diefenbaker Years. — Toronto-Montreal: McMlelland and Stewart, 1964. — 414 p. 1145

60.5(7) Newman Kuyek J. Fighting for Hope: Organizing to realize our dreams. — Montreal-N.-Y.: Black Rose, 1990. — 209 p. 1564

66.69(5) Ngo Van. Revolutionaries They Could Not Break: The Fight for the Fourth International in Indochina 1930-1945. — L.: Index, 1995. — 234 p. 1088

Nhat Hong. The Anarchist Beast: The Anti-Anarchist Crusade in Periodical Literature ( 1884-1906). – S. l., s. a. – 68 p. B3

63.3(7) Nicaragua in Reconstruction & at War: The People speak/ Ed. by M. Zimmerman. — Minneapolis: MEP, 1985. — 314 p.: ill. 2188

63.3(4) Nicolson H. The Congress of Vienna: A study in Allied Unity: 1812-1822. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1961. — 312 p. 1225

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68 No to War in the Gulf: Why Britain and the US should get out/ Socialist Worker. — L., s. a. — 31 p.: ill. B3

66.75 No War But the Class War! Libertarian Anti-Militarism Then and Now/ Ed. by A. Key. — L.: Kate Sharpe Library, 2003. — 20 p. B3

Nolan D., Thompson F. Joe Hill: IWW Songwriter/ IWW. – Chicago, 1979. – 32 p. B3

66.0 Nolte E. Three Faces of Fasciem: Action Francaise, Italian Fascism, National Socialism. — N.-Y.-Toronto: Mentor, 1969. — 699 p. 1150

Nordic Lights: Education for Nation and Civic Society in the Nordic Countries, 1850-2000/ Ed. by S. Ahonen, J. Rantala. – Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2001. – 244 p. A165

66.69(0) North D. Gerry Healy and His Place in the History of the Fourth International. — Detroit: Labor, 1991. — 123 p.: ill. 1032

66.69(0) North D. The Heritage We Defend: A Contribution to the History of the Fourth International. — Detroit: Labor, 1988. — 539 p. 1030

63.3(7) North J. William J. Foster: An Appreciation. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1955. — 48 p. 1449

Northern Revolts: Medieval and Early Modern Peasant Unrest in the Nordic Countries/ Ed. by K. Katajala. – Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2004. – 299 p. A161

66.3(4) Norton P. The British Polity. — N.-Y.-L.: Longman, 1984. — 386 p. 1715

Notes on Women’s Liberation: We Speak in Many Voices. – Detroit: News & Letters, 1970. – 86 p.: ill. B3

87.3 Novack G. Democracy and Revolution. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 286 p. 1761

87.3 Novack G. Empiricism and Its Evolution: A Marxist View. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 164 p. 607

87.3 Novack G. An Introduction to the Logic of Marxism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1971. — 144 p. 798

87.3 Novack G. Polemics in Marxist Philosophy. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1978. — 344 p.: 1 front. portr. 874

63 Novack G. Understanding History: Marxist essays. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 175 p. 453

65.9(2) Nove A. The Soviet Economy: An Introduction. - N.-Y.: Frederic A. Praeger, 1961. - 328 p. 2417

68.8 The Nuclear Predicament: A Sourcebook/ Ed. by D.U. Gregory. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1986. — 403 p. 1788

63.5 Nutting A. The Arabs: A Narrative History from Mohammed to the Present. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1964. — 416 p. 2338

63.3(0) Nystrom S. History of the IUF. — Petit-Lancy, s. a.

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66.69 O’Brien J. A History of the New Left, 1960-1968. — Boston: New England Free Press, s. a. — 32 p. E7

51.20 O'Brien M. Hope Amidst the Horror: The Socialist answer to world hunger/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1992. — 31 p.: ill. B3

66.69 O'Casey D. Ernest Mandel: The Fraud of Neo-Capitalism. — N.-Y.: Labor, 1971. — 76 p. B3

66.74 Obbo C. African Women: Their struggle for economic independence. — L.: Zed, 1981. — 166 p. 891

65.9 Odell P.R. Oil and World Power: Background to the oil crisis. — 3d ed. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974. — 245 p. 1885

63.3(4) Ogg D. Europe in the Seventeenth Century. — N.-Y.: Collier, 1960. — 544 p. 834

65.9 The Oil Crisis/ Ed. by R. Vernon. — N.-Y.: W.W. Norton, 1976. — 301 p. 1397

87.3 Oksenberg Rorty A. Mind in Action: Essays in the philosophy of mind. — Boston: Beacon, 1988. — 378 p. 845

87.3 Ollman B. What Is Marxism? A Bird's-eye view. — N.-Y.: Red Hot, 1982. — 11 p. B3

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66.74 Omvedt G. Violence against Women: New movements and new theories in India. — New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1990. — 42 p. B3

66.74(5) Omvedt G. We Will Smash This Prison! Indian Women in Struggle. — New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1980. — 189 p. 1045

60.54 On the Implementation by the Russian Federation of the Programme of Action/ Memorial Human Rights Centre-Civic Assistance Committee. — Moscow, 2000. — 32 p. E7

87.3 On organisation. — S. l., s. a. — 40 p.: ill B3

On the Political Economy of Women/ Conference of Socialist Economists. - 2d ed. – L., 1977. – 36 p. B3

66.75 On the Poverty of Student Live: Considered in its economic, political, psychological, sexual, and particularly intellectual aspects, and a modest proposal for its remedy/ International situationiste. — L.: Dark Star-Rebel, 1985. — 32 p. B3

67.411 On Trial: The Soviet State versus “Abram Tertz” and “Nikolai Arzhak”/ Ed. By M. Hayward. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1966. — 183 p. 1202

66.69 Onasch B. Organizing for Socialism: The Fourth internationalist tendency — who we are, what we stand for. — N.-Y., 1987. — 36 p. B3

66.72 One Big Union of the Industrial Workers of the World. — 7th ed. — Ypsilanti, 1979. — 28 p. B3

66.1(0) Oneal J. Socialism's New Beginning. — N.-Y.: Gene Debs Foundation, 1958. — 37 p.: ill. B3

66.69(4) Opening and Innovation/ Partito Rifondazione Comunista. — Russell House: Spokeman, 2002. — 14 p. B3

66.69 Organizational Platform of the Libertarian Communists. — Dublin, 1989. — 34 p. B3

63.3(7) The Origins of Left Culture in the US. 1880-1940. — Providence, 1978. — 116 p.: ill. E7

85 Ortega y Gasset. The Dehumanization of Art and Other Writings on Art and Culture. — N.-Y.: Doubleday & Anchor, s. a. — 187 p. 1490

77.04 Ortega y Gasset. Mission of the University. — N.-Y.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1966. — 94 p. 1964

84.4 Orwell G. Animal Farm. — N.-Y.: Harcourt, Brace & Co, 1946. — 118 p. 504

63.3(4) Ost D. Solidarity and the Politics and Anti-Politics: Opposition and reform in Poland since 1968. — Philadelphia: Temple University, 1990. — 279 p. 1454

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66.3(7) Our Pecular Security: The Written constitution and limited government/ Ed. by E.W. Hickok Jr., G.L. McDowell, P.J. Costopulos. — Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1993. — 196 p. 1752

66.74(5) Our Rightful Share. — Hong Kong, s. a. — 108 p.: ill. 1880

66.72 Out of the Frying Pan: A critical look at Works Councils/ Solidarity Federation. — Manchester, 1998. — 28 p. B3

 

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87.3 Paine T. Selections from His Writings. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1937. — [94] p. 602õ

65.251.3 Palazzolo D.J. The Speaker and the Budget: Leadership in the post-reform house of representatives. — Pittsburgh-L.: Pittsburgh University, 1992. — 262 p. 1447

66.5(0) Panitch L., Gindin S. Global Capitalism and American Empire. – L.: Merlin, 2004. – 89 p. 2536

63.3(4) The Paris Commune 1871. — Brighton: University of Sussex, 1975. — 231 p.: 1 front. portr. 708

63.3(2) Parker W.H. The Russians: How they live and work. - N.-Y.: Praeger, 1977. - 179 p.: ill. 2480

67.400.6 Parliamentary Democracy: A Smokescreen for the Dictatorship of Capital/ Workers’ Fight. — L., 2003. — 32 p. B3

87.3 Parrington V.L. Main Currents in the American Thought. — N.-Y.: Harvest, 1954.

Vol. 1. — 1620-1800. The Colonial Mind. — 420 p. 1118

63.3(0) Parry J.H. The Age of Reconnaissance. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1964. — 383 p.: ill. 807

63.3(4) Pass Freidenreich H. Jewish Politics in Vienna. 1918-1938. — Bloomongton-Indianapolis: Indiana University, 1991. — 272 p. 937

Passariello P. & N. Eating Culture: The Italian-Yankee Cookbook. – Brattleboro: Altrimenti, 1997. – 155 p.: ill. 2896

92 Pathfinder. Catalog 1991-92. — N.-Y., 1992. — 38 p.: ill. E7

92 Pathfinder 1995. — N.-Y., 1995. — 51 p.: ill. E7

71 Patterson O. Freedom. — S. l.: Basic, 1991.

        Vol. 1. — Freedom in the making of Western Culture. — 487 p. 1401

87.3 Paulsen. Introduction to Philosophy. — 437 p. 601õ

65.262.1 Payer C. The World Bank: A Critical analysis. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1982. — 414 p. 2047

Peacework: 20 Years of Nonviolent Social Change/ Ed. by P. Farren. – Baltimore: Fortkamp, 1991. – 286 p.: ill. A151

60.5(6) Peets L. Women of Marrakesh: Record of a secret sharter — 1930-1970. — Durham: Duke University, 1988. — 215 p.: 1 front. portr. 1732

63.3(4) Peiratz J. What Is the C.N.T.? — L.: Simian, 1972. — 26 p. — (Facts about Spanish resistance-2.) B3

63.3(7) Pelling H. American Labor. — Chicago-L.: Chicago University, 1960. — 247 p. 1448

66.69(4) Pelling H. The Origins of the Labour Party: 1880-1900. — L.: Oxford University, 1965. — 256 p. 1324

63.3(70) Pendle G. A History of Latin America. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963. — 249 p. 1120

63.3(0) The Pentagon Papers: The Secret history of Vietnam war. — Toronto: Bantam, 1971. — 677 p.: ill. 1158

66.3 Perestroika: The Historical perspective/ Ed. by C. Merridale, C. Ward. — L.: Edward Arnold, 1991. — 253 p. 669

66.4 Perincek D. Eurasian Alternative/ Workers’ Party (Turkey). — Ankara, 1996. — 92 p. 2133

66.5(5) Perincek D. The Kurdish Question/ Workers’ Party (Turkey). — Ankara, 1996. — 80 p. 2132

87.3 The Period of Transition from Capitalism to Socialism: The Withering-away of the state in marxist theory/ International Communist Current. — L., s. a. — 81 p. E7

68 Perla P.P. The Art of Wargaming: A Guide for Professionals and Hobbyists. — Annapolis: Naval Institute, 1990. — 364 p. 1591

63.3(7) Perlo V. American Imperialism. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1951. — 256 p. 975

65.9(7) Perlo V. Super Profits and Crises: Modern U.S. Capitalism. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1988. - 548 p. 2477

63.3(2) Permanent Revolution and Post-War Stalinism: Two counterposed views on the "Russian question"/ League for the Revolutionary Party. — N.-Y., s. a. — 65 p. E7

66.69(7) Permanent Revolution in the U.S. Today. — Seattle: Freedom Socialist, s. a. — 25 p. E7

60.54 Perry H. Everyday Life in Capitalist America: A Socialist commentary/ Socialist Action. — San Francisco, 1988. — 40 p. B3

Pesonen P., Riihinen O. Dynamic Finland: The Political System and the Welfare State. – Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2002. – 323 p. A160

65.272 Peterson P.E., Rom M.C. Welfare Magnets: A New case for a national standart. — Washington: Brookings Institution, 1991. — 178 p. 1970

65.24 Pfeffer R.M. Working for Capitalism. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1979. — 395 p. 1787

84.7 Philipson M. Bourgeois Anonymous. A Novel. — N.-Y.: Schocken, 1983. — 255 p. 843

87.3 Phillips W. On Civil Rights and Freedom. — N.-Y.: Hill & Wang, 1965. — 218 p. 1655

65.5 Pilger J. The New Rulers of the World. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 2003. — 254 p. 1697

63.3(0) Pipes R. Struve: Liberal on the Right, 1905-1944. – Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1980. – 526 p.: 1 front. portr. 2653

31.4 Pirani F., Roche C. Nuclear Power: The Electrifying Truth! — L.: Hodder Children’s Books, 1997. — 126 p.: ill. 1914

66.69(4) Platform of the Committee of Intesa 1925: The Start of the Italian left's fight against stalinism as fascism increased its grip/ CWO. — Sheffield, 1995. — 45 p. B3

66.69 Platform of the International Bureau for the Revolutionary Party. — S. l., s. a. — 16 p. B3

92 Pluto Press. New Books and Complete List. 1992 Catalogue. — L., s. a. — 24 p.: ill. B3

63.3(2) Pobedonostsev K.P. Reflections of a Russian Statesman. — Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1965. — 271 p. 1226

92 The Pocket Book of Quotations/ Ed. by H. Davidoff. — N.-Y.: Pocket Books, 1942. — 473 p. 1111x

63.3(2) Pokrovskii M.N. Russia in World History: Selected Essays. — Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1970. — 241 p. 687

66.3(4) Policies of Thatcherism: Thoughts from a London thinktank/ Ed. by R. Haas, O. Knox. — Latham: University Press of America, 1991. — 604 p. 1438

63.3(4) The Polish August: Documents from the beginnings of the Polish workers' rebellion Gdansk — August, 1980/ Ed. by O. McDonald. — San Francisco: Zfangi, 1981. — 174 p.: ill. 1367

66.69 Politics As Religion/ International Socialists. — Highland Park, s. a. — 54 p. A102

66.3(4) The Poll Tax Rebellion in Haringey/ Haringey Solidarity Group. — L., 1999. — 29 p.: ill. B3

63.3(0) The Poor & the Superpoor: Contributions serving to rectify the opinion of the public concerning the revolution in underdeveloped countries/ Create Situations. – N.-Y., 1971. – 46 p.: ill. B3

63.3(4) The Popular Front of the 1930s/ International Socialists. — S. l., s. a. — 19 p. — (The Socialist Experience.) E7

92 Porcupine. Forthcoming Titles 1995/97. — ill. E7

66.75(7) The Port Huron Statemen (1962)/ SDS. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1990. — 77 p. 1716

63.3(7) Porter J. The Vertical Mosaic: An Analysis of Social Class and Power in Canada. — Toronto: University of Toronto, 1966. — 626 p. 1868

87.3 The Poverty of Statism: Anarchism vs Marxism. A Debate Bukharin, Fabbri, Rocker. – Sanday: Cienfuegos Press, 1981. – 93 p.: ill. B3

Power in Modern Societies/ Ed. by M.E. Olsen, M.N. Marger. – Boulder: Westview, 1993. – 327 p. 2989

87.7 Powers of Desire: The Politics of sexuality/ Ed. by A Snitow, C. Stansell, S. Thompson. — N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1983. — 489 p. 1608

66.72 Preamble and Constitution of the Industrial Workers of the World. — Ypsilanti, s. a. — 19 p.: 1 ill. B3

66.72(7) Preis A. Labor's Giant Step: Twenty years of the CIO. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 538 p. 1011

67.400.6 The Presidency in American Politics/ Ed. by P. Brace, C.B. Harrington, G. King. — N.-Y.-L.: New York University, 1989. — 172 p. 989

63.3(7) Preston Jr., W. Aliens and Dissenters: Federal suppression of radicals, 1903-1933. — Urbana-Chicago: University of Illinois, 1994. — 370 p. 1027

66.69 Principles, Aims and Statutes of the International Workers Association. — S. l., s. a. — 16 p. B3

The Prison within the Prison: Resistance to the F.I.E.S. Isolation Units in Spain. – Portland: Eberhardt, s. a. – 38 p.: ill. E7

63.3(2) Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR: Their treatement and conditions/ Amnesty International. — L., 1975. — 154 p.: ill. 1979

66.1(0) The Problem of Racism: A Socialist analysis/ Socialist Party. — L., 1996. — 49 p. B3

66.61(5) Program and Constitution/ Japanese Communist Party. — Tokyo: Japan Press Service, 1997. — 62 p. 1594

Programme of the German Green Party. – East Haven: LongRiver; L.: Heretic, 1985. – 54 p. B3

66.4(0) Protest and Survive/ Ed. by E.P. Thompson, D. Smith. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1981. — 216 p. 1152

63.3(5) Pruitt I. A Daughter of Han: The Autobiography of a Chinese working woman. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1967. — 254 p. 1019

68 Psychological Dimensions of War/ Ed. by B. Glad. — Newbury Park: International Professional Publishing, 1990. — 384 p. 1317

 

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87.3 The Quest for Utopia: Jewish Political Through the Ages/ Ed. by Z. Gitelman. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Charpe, 1992. — 162 p. 2063

63.3(7) Quin M. The Big Strike. – N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1979. – 259 p.: ill. 2507

 

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85 Radical Perspectives in the Art/ Ed. by L. Baxandall. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972. — 388 p. 1119

66.72 Raiski L.G. The Struggle against Opportunism: An Appraisal of D. De Leon. — N.-Y.: New York Labor News, 1959. — 71 p.: 1 front. portr. B3

66.69 Ramos A. Mandel Revises Marxism. — Detroit, 1991. — 20 p. B3

66.74 Rapping E. The Culture of Recovery: Making sense of the self-help movement in women's lifes. — Boston: Beacon, 1996. — 208 p. 2046

66.3(7) Raskin M.G. Essays of a Citizen: From national security state to democracy. — N.-Y.-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1991. — 321 p. 1745

66.1(0) Reactions to the Right/ Ed. by B. Hindess. — L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1990. — 193 p. 1271

83 The Reader’s Companion to World Literature/ Ed. by L.H. Hornstein et al. — Toronto: mentor, 1962. — 493 p. 1488

67.405 Readings in Labor Economics and Labor Relations/ Ed. by R.L. Rowan. — Homewood: R.D. Irwin, 1968. — 573 p. 935

63.3(7) Rebels and Redcoats/ Ed. by G.F. Scheer, H.F. Rankin. — N.-Y.: Toronto: Mentor, 1957. — 639 p. 782

63.3(7) Recent History of the Labor Movement in the United States, 1918-1939. - M.: Progress, 1977. - 533 p.: ill. 2475

66.0 Reclus E. Man & Nature. — Sydney: Jura Media, 1995. — 34 p. B3

66.74 Reed E. Is Biology Woman's Destiny? — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1974. — 23 p. B3

66.3(4) Reflections on June 18: Contribution on the politics behind the events that occured in the city of London on June 18, 1999. — L., 1999. — 44 p. E7

66.69 Reformism and "Rank and Filism": The Communist alternative/ League for the Revolutionary Party. — N.-Y., s. a. — 30 p.: ill. E7

86 Religion and the Soviet State: A Dilemma of Power/ Ed. by M. Hayward, W.C. Fletcher. — N.-Y.-Washington-L.: Frederick A. Praeger, 1969. — 200 p. 178

63.3(2) Remington T.F. Building Socialism in Bolshevik Russia: Ideology and Industrial Organization, 1917-1921. – Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1984. – 22 p. 2693

Remy J. Higher Education and National Identity: Polish Student Activism in Russia 1832-1863. – Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2000. – 380 p. 2935

31 Renewable Energy & Efficiency Fingerbook. – S. l., s. a. – 70 p.: ill. B3

66.69(6) Report by «Lalit» Delegation. International Conference. Cape Town 4th-8th December, 1997. — Port Louis, 1998. — 51 p.: ill. E7

63.3(2) Reports of Helsinki-Accord Monitors in the Soviet Inion: Documents of the Public Grouls to promote Observance of the Helsinki Agreements in the USSR/ Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe; Congress of the United States. — Washington, 1977. — 123 p. A20

67.400.6 Researching the Presidency: Vital questions, new approaches/ Ed. by G.C. Edwards III, J.H. Kessel, B.A. Rockman. — Pittsburgh-L.: University of Pittsburgh, 1993. — 496 p. 1975

85.37 Resisting Images: Essays on cinema and history/ Ed. by R. Sklar, C. Musser. — Philadelphia: Temple University, 1990. — 332 p.: ill. 1464

65.1 Resnik S.A., Wolff R.D. Knowledge and Class: A Marxian Critique of Political Economy. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1987. — 352 p. 2389

Restructuring and Resistance: Diverse voices of struggle in Western Europe/ Ed. by K. Abramsky. – S. l., 2001. – 566 p. 2890

66.4(7) Rethinking America's Security: Beyond cold war to new world order/ Ed. by G. Allison, G.F. Treverton. — N.-Y.-L.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1992. — 479 p. 1737

63.3(70) Revolt in Salvador. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1980. — 47 p. B3

63.3(4) Revolt in Socialist Yugoslavia, June, 1968. — Detroit: Black & Red, 1973. — 23 p.: ill. B3

63.3(5) Revolution and Counter-revolution in Iran: A Marxist view. — S. l. [L.], s. a. — 23 p. E7

74(7) Revolution at Berkeley: The crisis in American education/ Ed. by M.V. Miller, S. Gilmor. — N.-Y.: Laurel, 1965. — 348 p. 1102

Revolution in Peru/ Committee to Support the Revolution in Peru. – Berkeley, 1985. – 47 p.: ill. B3

66.5(6) Revolutionary Times, Revolutionary Lives: Personal accounts of the liberation struggle/ Ed. by B. Myers. — L.: Index, 1997. — 117 p. — (South Africa.) 1100

66.69(7) Revolutionary Traditions of American Trotskyism: Materials for a history of trotskyism in the United States (a project of the Fourth Internationalist tendency)/ Ed. by P. Le Blanc. — N.-Y., s. a. — 48 p. E7

63.3(0) Revolutions: Theoretical, comparative and historical studies/ Ed. by J.A. Goldstone. — San Diego: HBJ, 1986. — 342 p. 509

67.400.6 Rhetorical Republic: Governing representations in American politics/ Ed. by F.M. Dolan, T.L. Dumm. — Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1993. — 296 p. 1425

63.3(4) Richards V. Lessons of the Spanish Revolution (1936-1939). — L.: Freedom, 1983. — 256 p.: 1 p. ill. 770

84(7) Richler M. Cock-sure: A Novel. — Toronto-N.-Y.-L.: Bantam, 1969. — 216 p. 2049

Richmond A. A Long View from the Left: memoirs of an American Revolutionary. – N.-Y.: Delta, 1975. – 447 p. 2731

63.3(5) Rickett A. and A. Prisoners of Liberation: Four years in a Chinese communist prison. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1973. — 344 p. 1113

63.3(7) Riesman D. Contraint and Variety in American Education. — N.-Y.: Doubleday Anchor, 1958. — 174 p. 1487

88 Riesman D., Glazer N., Denney R. The Lonely Crowd: A Stury of the changing American character. — N.-Y.: Doubleday, 1953. — 359 p. 2339

65.248 Rifkin J. The End of Work: The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era. - N.-Y.: Putnam, 1996. - 350 p. 2482

20.18 Ringquist E.J. Environment Protection an the State Level: Politics and Progress in Controlling Pollution. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1993. — 243 p. 982

60.5(7) Rioux M., Martin Y. French-Canadian Society. — Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1964.

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66.74 A Rising Public Voice: Women in politics worldwide/ Ed. by A. Brill. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press-University of New York, 1995. — 284 p. 1280

63.3(4) Rius. Marx for Beginners. — Cambridge: Icon, 1994. — 156 p.: ill. 2234

60.54(7) Rivera M.A. Decision and Structure: U.S. refugee policy in the mariel crisis. — Latham: University Press of America, 1991. — 262 p. 1456

67.400.6 Robert H.M., Vixman R. Robert's Rules of Order. — N.-Y.: Jove, 1985. — 294 p. 1126

63.3(4) Robertson P. Revolutions of 1948: Social history. — N.-Y.-Evanston: Harper & Row, 1960. — 464 p. 724

63.3(2) Robien L. De. The Diary of a Diplomat in Russia, 1917-1918. — N.-Y.-Washington: Praeger, 1969. — 318 p.: ill. 332

88 Robinson J. The Individual and Society: A Marxist approach to human psychology. — L.: Index Academic, 1993. — 206 p. 905

66.72(4) Robinson J. Tommy Turnbull: A Miner's life. — Newcastle, 1996. — 343 p. 1581

87.3 Rocker R. Methods of Anarcho-Syndicalism. — L.-Doncaster: ASP, 1987. — 24 p. B3

Rocker R. Milly Witkop-Rocker. – Orkney: Cienfuegos, 1981. – 18 p. B3

66(5) Rodinson M. Israel: A Colonial-setter state? — N.-Y.: Monad, 1973. — 120 p.: cartes. 972

65 Roemer J.E. Equality of Opportunity. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1998. — 120 p. 2367

92 Roget’s International Thesaurus/ Revised by R.L. Chapman. — 4th ed. — N.-Y.: T.Y. Crowell, 1977. — 1317 p.: 1 front. portr. 1201x

63.3(2) Rogovin V.Z. Was There an Alternative to Stalinism in the USSR? — Oak Park: Labour Publications, 1995. — 43 p. E7

65.495 Rolde N. Your Money or Your Health: America's cruel, bureaucratic and horrendously expensive health care system: How it got that way and waht to do about it. — N.-Y.: Paragon, 1992. — 285 p. 1973

63.3(7) Romano P., Stone R. The American Worker. — Detroit: Facing Reality, 1969. — 71 p. B3

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Rosemont F. Karl Marx & the Iroquois. – N.-Y.: Red Balloon, s. a. – 19 p. – (Environmental Action). B3

74 Rosenberg C. Education under Capitalism & Socialism/ Socialist Workers Party. — L.: Bookmarks, 1991. — 63 p. B3

60.5(2) Rosenberg C. Women and Perestroika: Present, past and future for women in Russia. — L.-Chicago-Melbourne: Bookmarks, 1989. — 127 p. 1273

Rosenstone R.A. Romantic Revolutionary: A Biography of John Reed. – N.-Y.: Vintage, 1975. – 430+xiii p. 2739

63.3(2) Rosmer A. Moscow under Lenin. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1972. — 253 p. 726

66.61(2) Rosten L. How the Politbureau Thinks; Hardman J.B.S. Letter to a Confused Liberal/ International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. — N.-Y., 1951. — 24 p. B3

87.3 Rothenberg Struhl P., Struhl K.J. Philosophy Now: An Introductory reader. — N.-Y.: Random, 1972. — 610 p. 877

66.74 Roubotham S. Hidden from History: 300 years of Women's oppression and the fight against it. — L.: Pluto, 1983. — 182 p. 1434

66.74 Roubotham S. The Past Is before Us: Feminism in action since the 1960s. — Boston: Beacon, 1989. — 358 p. 1854

63.3(4) Rousset D. The Other Kingdom. — N.-Y.: Reinal & Hitchcock, 1947. — 173 p. 1703x

65.9 Rubin I.I. Essays on Marx’s Theory of Value. — Montreal-N.-Y.- Black Rose, 1990. — 275 p. 1682

65.261.3 Rubin I.S. The Politics in Public Budgeting: Getting and spending, borrowing and balancing. — Chatam, 1990. — 248 p. 1446

65.01 Ruffin R.J., Gregory P.R. Principles of Economics. — Glenview: Scott, Foresman & Co, 1983. — 798 p. F35

66.69 Ruhle O. The Struggle against Fascism Begins with the Struggle against Bolshevism. — L.: Elephant, 1990. — 22 p. B3

87.3 Russell B. Selected Papers. — N.-Y.: Random, s. a. — 390 p. 781

63.3(2) Russia: Revolution and counter-revolution/ CWO. — L., s. a.

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63.3(2) Russia — 1917: Start of the world revolution/ International Communist Current. — L., s. a. — 26 p.: ill. E7

63.3(2) Russia since 1917: Socialist views of bolshevik policy/ Socialist Party. — L., 1948. — 114 p. B3x

66.61(2) The Russian Communist Left 1918-30/ International Communist Current. – S. l., 2005. – 227 p. 2708

87.3 Russian Philosophy/ Ed. by J.M. Edie et al. — Chicago: Quadrangle, 1969.

Vol III. — Pre-Revolutionary Philosophy and Theology. Philosophers in Exile. Marxists and Communists. — 521 p. 2304

63.3(2) The Russian Revolution... Its Origins and Outcome/ Socialist Party of Canada. — Winnipeg, 1948. — 52 p. B3x

63.3(7) Rutzebeck H. Concerned Americans. — S. l., 1972. B3

63.3(7) Rutzebeck H. Hell’s Paradise. — Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1946. — 223 p. 1069x

65.291 Rutzebeck H. Recoprocal Economy: Self-Help Cooperative Technique and Management. — Santa Barbara: J.F. Rowny, 1935. — 32 p. B3x

39.48 Rutzebeck H. Sailor with a Gun. — N.-Y.: Pageant, 1957. — 182 p. 1065

 

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63.3(7) Sacco N., Vanzetti B. The Letters of Sacco and Vanzetti/ Ed. By M. Denman Frankfurter, G. Jackson. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1928. — 414 p.: 1 front. portr. 894x

87.3 Said E.W. Orientalism. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1979. — 368 p. 1573

66.3(5) Said E.W. The Pen and the Sword: Conversations with David Barsamian. — Edinburgh: AK, 1994. — 180 p. 1553

60.54 Salman M. et al. Women in the Middle East. — L.-New Jersey: Zed, 1987. — 98 p. 913

65.9 Samary C. Plan, Market and Democracy: The experience of the so-called socialist countries// Notebooks for Study and Research, No 7/8. — Montreuil, 1988. — 63 p. E7

66.5(4) Samary C. Yugoslavia Dismembered. — N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1995. — 185 p. 1318

83 Saunders G. Rebels and Bureaucrats: Soviet conflicts as seen in Solzhenitzyn's "Cancer Ward". — N.-Y.: Merit, 1969. — 59 p. B3

66.5(7) Savio M., Walker E., Dunayevskaya R. The Free Speech Movement and the Negro Revolution. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1965. — 53 p.: ill. B3

87.3(5) Scharfstein B.-A. The Mind of China. — N.-Y.: Basic, 1974. — 181 p.: ill. 2092

63.3(70) Schlesinger S., Kinzer S. Bitter Fruit: The Untold story of the American coup in Guatemala. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1984. — 320 p. 1844

63.3(0) Schmidt H. Cartels and Trusts: Their origins, development and present day significance/ International Union of Food and Drink Workers’ Associations. — Copenhagen, s. a. — 137 p. 1054

66.75 SchNEWS: Peace de resistance. Annual 2003. — L., 2003. — 303 p.: ill. 2326

63.3(0) Schofield B.B. The Russian Convoys. — L.: Pan, 1964. — 237 p. 1863

66.4(5) Schram S. Mao Tse-tung. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967. — 372 p.: ill. — (Political Leaders of the Twentieth Century.) 1168

66.69(5) Schram S.R. The Political Thought of Mao Tse-tung. — N.-Y.-Washington-L.: F.A. Praeger, 1963. — 479 p. 2160

Scontras C.A. Time-Line of Selected Highlights of Maine Labor History: 1636-2003/ Bureau of Labor Education. – Orono, 2003. – 66 p.: ill. B3

63.3(4) Scotland: Class and Nation/ Ed. by C. Bambery. — L.-Chicago-Sydney: Bookmarks, 1999. — 208 p. 1684

66.5(7) Seale B. Seize the Time: The story of the Black Panter Party. — L.: Arrow, [1970]. — 476 p. 1138

65.242 Seider M. A Year in the Life of a Factory. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1993. — 152 p. 2065

63.3(0) Selected Readings in the History of Civilization/ Ed. By B.W. Diffie, A. Noland — N.-Y.: City College, 1964. — 364 p. 1292

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65.011 Self-Management/ Anarchist Communist Federation of North America. — Champaign, s. a. — 15 p.: ill. B3

66.69 Selfa L. Socialists & the Democratic Party: A Lesser evils?/ International Socialist Organization. — Chicago: Bookmarks, s. a. — 53 p. B3

63.3(2) Senn A.E. Readings in Russian Political and Diplomatic History. — Homewood: Dorsey, 1966.

Vol. II. — The Soviet Period. — 255 p. 2312

66.0 Sennett P. Authority. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1980. — 206 p. 2031

84(4Ôð) Serge V. Men in Prison. — L.: Writers & Readers, 1977. — 256 p. 649

63.3(2) Serge V. Year One of the Russian Revolution. — Chicago: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1972. — 436 p.: ill. 261

66.3(7) Setting National Priorities: Policy for the nineties/ Ed. by H.J. Aaron. — Washington: Brookings Institution, 1990. — 316 p. 1831

83 Seymour-Smith M. Guide to Modern World Literature. – L.: Hodder & Stoughton, 1975.

Vol. 1. – American, Australian, British, Canadian, South African, New Zealand. – 421 p. 2644

Vol. 2. – Dutch, Finnish, French and Belgian, German, Scandinavian. – 450 p. 2645

Vol. 3. – Greek, Italian, Jewish, Latin-American, Portuguese, Rumanian, Spanish, Turkish, Western-Minor, Yugoslavian. – 319 p. 2646

63.3(2) Shachtman M. The History and Principles of the Left Opposition. — L.: New Park, 1974. — 60 p. B3

Shapiro S. Unions and Racism/ IWW. – Oldham, 1980. – 33 p. B3

63.3(7) Shields A. My Shaping-Up Years: The early life of labors great reporter. – N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1983. - 240 p.: ill. 2452

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63.3(7) Shields A. On the Battle Lines 1919-1939. - N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1986. - 278 p.: ill. 2415

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66.4(0) Shiva V. Globalisation, Food Security and War. — Port Louis: Ledikasyon pu Travayer, 2002. — 54 p. 2365

63.3(2) Shklovsky V. A Sentimental Journey: Memoirs, 1917-1922. — Ithaca-L.: Cornell University, 1970. — 304 p.: 1 front. portr. 331

67.411 Sibeko D. South Africa's Secret Trial: The PAC Bethal 18 case. — Chicago: Liberator, 1978. — 41 p.: ill. B3

66.3(0) Siegel P. Democracy in America: Fact and Fiction: A Marxist analysis of the social forces that control the U.S./ Socialist Action. — San Francisco, 1987. — 20 p. B3

83 Siegel P.N. The Great Reversal: Politics and art in Solzhenitsyn. — San Francisco: Walnut, 1991. — 198 p. 2100

Siegel P. The Premature Obituary of Socialism. – San Francisco: Walnut, 1993. – 55 p. B3

63.3(7) Sinclair U. The Flivver King: A Story of Ford-America. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1987. — 119 p.: 1 front. portr. 1587

Singer D. Whose Millenium? Theirs or Ours? N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1999. – 282 p. 2950

67.410.21 Simon H., Smithburg D.W., Thompson V.A. Public Administration. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1991. — 582+XVIII p. 1208

65.1 Simonde de Sismondi J.-C.-L. New Principles of Political Economy: Of Wealth in its relation to population. — New Brunswick-L.: Transaction, 1991. — 658 p. 1428

66.1(0) Sirianni C. Councils and Parliaments: The problem of Dual Power and Democracy in Comparative Perspective. B3

66.74 Sisterhood Is Global: The International women's movement anthology/ Ed. by R. Morgan. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1984. — 815 p. 2178

68 Sivard R.L. World Military and Social Expenditures 1981. — Leesburg, 1981. — 38 p.: cartes. Å7

Sivonen P. Being a Roman Magistrate: Office-holding and Roman Identity in the Late Antique Gaul. – Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2006. – 178 p. A162

88 Skinner B.F. Beyond Freedom and Dignity. — Toronto: Bantam; N.-Y.: Vintage, 1971. — 215 p. 1129

Skirda A. Facing the Enemy: A History of Anarchist Organization from Proudhon to May 1968. – Edinburgh-Oakland: AK, 2002. – 292 p.: ill. 2943

60.5(5) Skjonsberg E. A Special Caste? Tamil Women of Sri Lanka. — L.: Zed, 1982. — 143 p. 1386

60.56 Skolnick A.S. The Intimate Environment: Exploring marriage and the family. — 4th ed. — Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown & Co, 1987. — 489 p.: ill. 2198

83.3(2) Slonim M. From Chekhov to the Revolution: Russian literature 1900-1917. — N.-Y.: Oxford University, 1962. — 253 p. 1229

83 Slonim M. An Outline of Russian Literature. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1959. — 175 p. 1124

65 Smith A. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nationals. — N.-Y.: Modern Library, 1985. — li+575 p. 1157

65.9(0) Smith A. Russian and the World Economy: Problems of Integration. - L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1993. - 253 p. 2473

87.3 Smith C. Communist Society and Marxist Theory. — L.: Index, 1988. — 109 p. 769

Smith C. Marx at the Millenium. – L.-Chicago: Pluto, 1996. – 182 p. 1988

66.4(5) Smith C.D. Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1988. — 308 p. 1584

66.4(0) Smith M., Woolcock S. Redefiniting the U.S.-EC Relationship. — N.-Y., 1993. — 121 p. 2400

63.3(2) Smith S.A. Red Petrograd: Revolution in the factories 1917-18. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2003. — 347 p. 1915

63.3(5) Snow E. Red Star over China. — N.-Y.: Grove, 1968. — 543 p. 987

83(7) The Social Rebel in American Literature/ Ed. by R.H. Woodward, J.J. Clark. — N.-Y.: Odyssey, 1968. — 393 p. 2147

66.1(0) Socialism — As a Practical Alternative/ Socialist Party. — L., 1994. — 32 p. B3

66.1(0) Socialism and Democracy: Democracy, direct action and the class struggle/ Workers Liberty. – L., 1994. – 96 p.: ill. B3

66.69 Socialism after Stalinism/ Socialist Outlook. — L., 1990. — 40 p. B3

66.69 The Socialist Party and War/ Socialist Party. — L., 1970. — 78 p. B3

66.69 A Socialist Party for the Working Class/ Workers Revolutionary Party. — L., 1994. — 18 p. B3

66.69 Socialist Strategy and Tactics/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1987. — 30 p. — (Education for Socialists, No 2.) B3

66.69(4) SolFed: An introduction to Solidarity Federation/ Solidarity Federation. — Manchester, 1998. — 12 p. B3

63.3(0) Sontag R.J. A Broken World 1919-1939. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1972. — 415+10 p. 844

63.3(5) Sources of Chinese Tradition/ Ed. by W.T. de Bary, Wing-tsit Chan, C. Tan. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1960. — (Introduction to Oriental Civilizations.)

Vol. II. — 322 p. 1575

66.3(6) A South African Revolutionary's Story/ Workers International. — L., s. a. — 9 p. E7

66.4(2) Soviet Decisionmaking for National Security/ Ed. by J. Valenta, W.C. Potter. — L.: G. Allen & Unwin, 1985. — 319 p. 999

65.9(2) The Soviet Economy: A Book of Reading/ Ed. by M. Bornstein, D.R. Fusfeld. - Ontario: R.D. Irwin, 1970. - 457 p. 2418

Soviet Historians and Perestroika: The First Phase/ Ed. by D.J. Raleigh. – Armonk-N.-Y.-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1989. – 289 p. 2916

66.5(2) Soviet Jewry in the 1980s: The Politics of anti-semitism and emigration and the dynamics of resettlement/ Ed. by R.O. Freedman. — Durham-L.: Duke University, 1989. — 260 p. 1402

66.4(2) Soviet Military Thinking/ Ed. by D. Leebart. — L.: G. Allen & Unwin, 1984. — 300 p. 931

63.3(2) The Soviet State: The Domestic roots of Soviet foreign policy/ Ed. by C. Keeble. — Boulder: Westview, 1985. — 244 p. 1713

63.3(4) Spain'36. Lessons from a Revolution/ Socialismo Rivoluzionario. — Milano., s. a. — 12 p. B3

63.3(4) The Spanish Civil War: The View from the left. — Exeter, 1992. — 402 p. — (Revolutionary History, vol. 4, No 1/2.) 1599

76.0 Sparks C., Reading A. Communism, Capitalism and the Mass Media. — L.-Thousand Oaks-New Delhi: SAGE, 1998. — 214 p. 1790

63.3(0) Spender S. The Year of the Young Rebels. — N.-Y.: Random, 1969. — 186 p. 1643

83 Spiller R.E. The Third Dimension: Studies in Literary History. — N.-Y.-L.: Macmillan, 1965. — 245 p. 1600

63.5(7) The Spirit World. — Alexandria: Time-Life, 1993. — 176 p.: ill.- (The American Indians.) A17

63.3(2) The Spiritual Regulation of Peter the Great/ Ed. By A.V. Muller. — Seattle-L.: University of Washington, 1972. — 150 p. 1228

63.3(0) Spiritual Resistance 1940-1945: Art from concentration camps/ Union of American Hebrew Congregations. — N.-Y., 1978. — 72 p.: ill. A42

63.3(4) Spontaneous Proletarian Organisation during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, 1918-19. – S. l., s. a. – 15 p. B3

65.24 St. John L. Questions Facing Progressive Labor. — N.-Y.: Labor, 1971. — 65 p. B3

88.5 Stacey J. Brave New Families: Stories of domestic upheaval in late twentieth century America. — S. l.: Harper Collins, 1991. — 328 p. 1390

66.1(0) Stack P. Can Socialism Come Through Parliament?/ SWP. — L., 1998. — 15 p. B3

63.3(2) The Stalin Revolution: Fulfillment or betrayal of communism? — Lexington: D.C. Heath & Co, 1965. — 106 p. 709

66.69(5) Stalinism and Trotskyism in Vietnam. — N.-Y.: Spartacist, 1976. — 96 p.: ill. B3

66.69 Stalinism in Crisis: the Road to Working Class Power/ Workers Power, Irish Workers Group. — L., 1990. — 44 p. B3

63.3(7) Stampp K.M. The Era of Reconstruction 1865-1877. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1965. — 229+V p. 837

63.3(7) Stanley G.F.G. Louis Riel. — Toronto: Ryerson, 1965. — 433 p.: ill. 1623

63.3(2) Starr S.F. Decentralization and Self-Government in Russia, 1830-1870. — Princeton: Princeton University, 1972. — 386 p. 184

67.401 The State of Public Bureaucracy/ Ed. by L.B. Hill. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1992. — 234 p.: — (Bureaucracies, Public Administration and Public Policy.) 1302

63.3(4) Stavrianos L.S. The Balkans, 1815-1914. — N.-Y.: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1963. — 135 p. 1223

Stearns P.N. World History in Brief: Major Patterns of Change and Continuity. – 5th ed. – N.-Y.: Pearson/Longman, 2005. – 707 p.: ill. 2995

63.3(0) Steiner J.-F. Treblinka. — N.-Y.: Meridian, 1994. — 415 p. 1285

84 Stegner W. Joe Hill: A Biographical Novel. - N.-Y.: Penguin, 1990. - 381 p. 2421

Stone I.F. The Hidden History of the Korean War. – N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1971. – 368 p. 2909

66.4(0) Stop the Neutronen Bomb. International Forum. Amsterdam Appeal. — [1978]. — 64 p.: ill. B3

66.5(0) Stop the War on Iraq: Tha case against Bush and Blair/ SWP. — L., 2003. — 43 p.: ill. B3

66.75 A Strategy for Revolutionary Youth/ Young Socialist Alliance. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 29 p. B3

66.72 The Struggle for Independent Labor Political Action: proceedings of the National Conference for Independent Labor Political Action. July 25-26, 1992/ LPF. — San Francisco, s. a. A67

66.72 The Struggle for Power: Lessons from the miners' strike/ Workers Revolutionary Party. — L.: New Park, 1985. — 16 p.: ill. B3

74 The Study Circle: A brief introduction/ Brevskolan. — Stockholm, 1980. — 19 p.: ill. B3

66.1(7) Suall I. The American Ultras: The Extreme right and the military-industrial complex/ League for Industrial Democracy. — N.-Y., 1962. — 64 p. B3

68 Sun Tzu. The Art of War. — N.-Y.: Delacorte, 1983. — 82 p. 1642

66.3(7) Sundquist J.L. Beyond Gridlock? Prospects for governance in the Clinton years — and after. — Washington: Brookings Institution, 1993. — 73 p. 2225

63.3(4) A Survey of European Civilization: Ancient times to the present. — Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943. — 1126+XCIX p. 1413x

66.72(7) Sweeny C. CIA & CWA. — San Diego, 1975. — 12 p.: ill. B3

65(7) Sweezy P.H., Magdoff H. The Dynamics of U.S. Capitalism: Corporate structure, inflation, credit, gold and the dollar. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1972. — 237 p. 1008

 

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84.4(7) T-Bone Slim. Juice Is Stranger than Friction: Selected writings of T-Bone Slim. — Chicago: C.H. Kerr, 1992. — 159 p.: 1 front. portr. 1708

87.3 Taber R. A Look at Leninism. – N.-Y.: Aspect Foundation, 1988. – 104 p. 2590

67.412.1 Taking Liberties/ Respect-Solidar-Kalayaan. — Brussels, s. a. — 56 p. E7

66.5(4) Taking Sides against Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia: The Story of the Workers Aid convoys. — Leeds, 1994. — 198 p.: ill. 1242

63.3(0) Tamarov V. Afghanistan: A Russian Soldier’s Story. — Berkeley-Toronto: Speed, 2001. — 183 p.: ill. 1500

65.01 Tanzer M. The Political Economy of International Oil and the Underdeveloped Countries. — Boston: Beacon, 1970. — 435 p. 1330

65.9 Tanzer M. The Sick Society: An Economic examination. — Chicago: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1972. — 260 p. 1853

63.3(7) Targ H.R. People's Nicaragua. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1989. — 128 p.: ill. 910

66.74 Tax M. The Rising of the Women: Feminist solidarity and class conflict, 1880-1917. — N.-Y.-L.: Monthly Review, 1980. — 332 p. 1816

87.3 Taylor B. Eve and the New Jerusalem: Socialism and feminism in the nineteenth century. — N.-Y.: Pantheon, 1983. — 394 p.: 1  p. ill. 1817

60.5(7) Taylor W.R. Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and American National Character. — N.-Y.: Anchor, 1963. — 369 p. 1115

60.5(4) Temple D. Above and Below the Limestone: The Pits and People of Easington District. — Newcastle upon Tyne: TUPS, s. a. — 160 p.: ill. 2171

66.72 Temple D. Durham Miners’ Millenium Book. — Newcastle-upon-Tyne, [2000]. — 186 p. 1640

65.011 Terkel S. Working. — N.-Y.: Avon, 1975. — 762 p. 1131

66.74 Terrano A., Dignan M., Holmes M. Working Women for Freedom. — Detroit: News and letters, 1976. — 56 p.: ill. B3

63.3(2)  Thaden  E.C. Conservative Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Russia. — Seattle: University of Washington, 1964. — 271 p. 1760

87.3 Thalheimer A. Introduction to Dialectical Materialism: The Marxist world view. — N.-Y.: Covici-Friede, 1936. — 253 p. 656õ

66.69(5) Theory and Programme/ Workers’ Party (Turkey). — Ankara, 1996. — 64 p. 2134

66.3(0) Theory, Politics and the Arab World. — N.-Y.-L.: Routledge, 1990. — 260 p. 1974

66.69(0) Theses of Programmatical Orientation/ International Communist Group. — Brussels, s. a, — 78 p. B3

This Is NECA/ National Electrical Contractors Association. – Bethesda, 1992. – 23 p.: ill. E7

Thomas C.Y. The Rise of the Authoritarian State in Peripheral Societies. – N.-Y.: Monthly Review, 1984. – 157 p. 2988

Thomas N. Socialism Re-examined. – N.-Y.: W.W. Norton & Co, 1963. – 280 p. 1991

63.3(2) Thomas N., Seidman J. Russia — Democracy or Dictatorship?/ League for Industrial Democracy. — N.-Y., 1939. — 71 p. B3x

66.5(6) Thomas T. The Freedom Struggle in South Africa. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1976. — 23 p.: ill. B3

63.3(4) Thompson E.P. The making of the English Working Class. — Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1991. — 958 p. 1241

66(6) Thompson L., Prior A. South African Politics. — New Haven-L.: Yale University, 1982. — 255 p. 971

87.3 Thoreau. «The Cosmic Yankee»: Centennial Appreciation/ Roman Forum-Rocker Publications Committee. — Los Angeles, 1946. — 40 p.: ill. B3x

63.3(2) Thurston R.W. Liberal City, Censervative State: Moscow and Russia’s Urban Crisis, 1906-1914. — N.-Y.-Oxford: Oxford University, 1987. — 266 p.: ill. 1494

Ticktin H. The Contradictions of Soviet Society & Professor Bettelheim. B3

65.9(2) Ticktin H. Origins of the Crisis in the USSR: Essays on the political economy of a disintegrating system. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1992. — 192 p. 1668

67.412.1 Ticktin H. The Politics of Race: Discrimination in South Africa. — L.-Concord (MA): Pluto, 1991. — 115 p. 903

63.3(4) Tilly C. The Contentious French. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Belknap, 1986. — 456 p. 2119

63.3(70) Timerman J. Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1981. — 164 p. 1156

Tishkov V. Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in and after the Soviet Union: The Mind Aflame. – L.-Thousand Oaks-New Dehli: SAGE, 1997. – 334 p. 2730

85.37(6) Tomaselli K. The Cinema of Apartheid: Race and class in South African film. — N.-Y.-Chicago: Smyrna-Lake View, 1988. — 300 p. 941

68 Total War against the Poor. — N.-Y.: Circus, s. a. — 213 p. 2163

Towards a Fresh Revolution/ Friends of Durruti Group. – Orkney: Cienfuegos, 1978. – 48 p. B3

66.72 Towards a Labour Strategy for Peace/ IUF. — Is. 7. — Geneva, 1989. — 30 p. B3

66.69(7) Towards a Socialist America: What Socialist Action stands for/ Ed. by A. Harer. — San Francisco, 1987. — 24 p. B3

63 Toynbee A.J. A Study of History. — N.-Y.-L.: Oxford University, 1956.

Vol.1. — 617 p. 171

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66.72 Trade Union Handbook/ International Union of Food and Drink Allied Workers’ Associations. — 5th ed. — Geneve, 1990. — 57 p.: ill. B3

60.56 Trading Freedom: How free trade affects our lives, work and environment/ Ed. by J. Cavanagh et al. — San Francisco: Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1992. — 138 p. 902

84(4) Traven B. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. — N.-Y.: Time, 1963. — 423 p. 762

87.3 Treadgold D.W. The West in Russia and China: Religious and Secular Thought in Modern Times. — Cambridge: University Press, 1973.

Vol. 1. — Russia, 1472-1917. — 324 p. 2321

63.3(2) The Trial of the Four: A Collection of materials on the case of Galanskov, Ginzburg, Dobrovolsky and Lashkova 1967-68/ Ed. by P. Reddaway. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1972. — 434 p. 854

Trotsky L. Fascism, Stalinism, and the United Front, 1930-1934/ International Socialism. – L., 1969. – 72 p.: ill. E7

63.3(4)  Trotsky L.D.  Germany — the Key to the International Situation. — Colombo: Lanka Sama Samaja, 1958. — 40 p. B3

87.3 Trotsky L.D. In Defense of Marxism. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. — 221 p. 627

63.3(5) Trotsky L.D. Leon Trotsky on China. — N.-Y.: Monad, 1976. — 688 p. 2045

87.3 Trotsly L.D. Marxism and Science/ Young Socialists. — Colombo, 1973. — 56 p. B3

63.3(4) Trotsky L. On the Paris Commune. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. – 63 p. B3

66.72 Trotsky L. On the Trade Unions. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1975.- 80 p. 2613

63.3(4) Trotsky L.D. The Only Road for Germany. — Colombo: Lanka Sama Samaja, 1959. — 88 p. 831

63.3(4) Trotsky L. The Spanish Revolution (1931-39). – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1973. – 446 p. 2553

Trotsky L. The Struggle against Fascism in Germany. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. – 479 p. 2911

66.61(0) Trotsky L. The Third International after Lenin. – N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1970. – 346 p. 2559

63.3(4) Trotsky L.D. Whither Europe? — Colombo: Lanka Sama Samaja, 1950. — 35 p. B3

87.7 Trotsky L., Dewey J., Novack G. Their Morals and Ours: Marxist versus liberal views on morality. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1972. — 80 p. 1172

63.3(2) The Trotsky Reappraisal/ Ed. by T. Brotherstone, P. Dukes. — Edinburgh: Edinburgh University, 1992. — 249 p. 434

63.3(2) Trotskyism versus Maoism: Why the USSR is not capitalist/ Spartacus Youth League. — N.-Y., 1982. — 96 p.: ill. B3

84(4Ôð) Troyat H. Ivan the Terrible. — N.-Y.: E.P. Dutton, 1984. — 283 p.: ill. 1496

The Truth about Project Labor Agreements. – Dorchester (MA), s. a. – ill. E7

66.5(4) The Òruth about Yugoslavia: Why working people should oppose intervention/ Ed. by G. Fyson. - N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1993. - 89 p.: ill. 2476

63.3(6) Turner L., Alan J. Franz Fanon, Soweto and American Black Thought. — Chicago: News and Letters, 1986. — 99 p.: ill. 2120

Tuunainen P. The Role of Presidential Advisory Systems in US Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of the National Security Council and Vietnam, 1953-1961. – Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2001. – 523 p.: ill. 2997

83.3(7) The Twentieth Century/ Ed. by M. Cowley. — N.-Y.: Viking, 1966. — 586 p. — (American Literature Survey.) 1031

Two Hundred Pharaons, Five Billions Slaves…: Manifesto. – S. l.: Reknaw; Repetitive Fame Injury, 1999. – 52 p. E7

 

 

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66.4 U.S.-Corea Relations: Opinion Leaders Seminar. July 10-12, 2003, Washington, DC/ Corea Economic Institute. — Washington, 2003. — 26 p. B3

63.3(7) U.S. Military Involvment in El Salvador 1947-1980/ CISPES. – Washington, s. a. – 22 p.: ill. B3

66.3(2) The USSR 1987-1991: Marxist Perspectives/ Ed. by M. Vogt-Downey. — New Jersey: Humanities, 1993. — 544 p. 737

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63.3(0) Ubbelohde C. The American Colinies and the British Empire, 1607-1763. — N.-Y.: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1968. — 119 p. 1227

63.3(4) Unamuno’s Last Lecture. Catalan manifesto. Spanish Prisoners and What Can Be Done. — L.: Simian, 1971. — 26 p. — (Facts on Spanish Resistance-1.) B3

66.69(4) “Uncontrollables” Dossier: Vs the grotesque frame up against anarchists in Italy. - L., 1995. - 59 p. E7

A Union?/ IWW. – Chicago, s. a.  - ill. B3

66.72 Unions against the Working Class/ International Communist Current. — L., s. a. — 52 p. B3

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66.1(0) Unmasking Reality: Lectures given to the John MacLean Society: 1990-1992. – North Laggan, s. a. - 95 p. 2589

65.261 Urban Finance under Siege/ Ed. by T.R. Swartz, F.J. Bonello. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1993. — 192 p.: 1 ill. 2123

Urban Wilds: Gardener’s stories of the struggle for land and justice/ Ed. by C. Woelfle-Erskine. – 2d ed. – Oakland: Water/Under/Ground, 2002. – 122 p.: ill. A158 

63.3(4) Urwin D.W. Western Europe since 1945: A Political history. — 4th ed. — L.-N.-Y.: Longman, 1992. — 415 p. 1287

 

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63.3(2) Valentinov N. The Early Years of Lenin. — Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1969. — 302 p.: ill. 397

63.3(0) Valtin J. Out of the Night. — N.-Y.: Alliance, 1941. — 749 p. 1908x

63.3(7) Van Doren Stern P. The Man Who Killed Lincoln. – N.-Y.: Dell, 1955. – 319 p. 2583

Velli M. Manual for Revolutionary Leaders. – 2d ed. – Detroit: Black & Red, 1974. – 287 p.: ill. 2889

67.71(7) Verdict: Assessing the civil jury system/ Ed. by R.E. Litan. — Washington: Brooking Institute, 1993. — 542 p. 1458

63.3(4) Vernon J. Politics and the People: A Study in English political culture, c. 1815-1867. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1993. — 429 p. 1747

66.5(7) Vernon R. The Black Ghetto. — N.-Y.: Merit, 1969. — 31 p. B3

92 Verso. Autumn 2002. — L.: Verso, 2002. — 48 p.: ill. B3

Veterans for Peace. – St. Louis, s. a. – 22 p.: ill. E7

66.74 A Victory for Socialist Feminism: Organizer's report to the 1969 Freedom Socialist Party conference. — 2d ed. — Seattle, s. a. — 56 p. A6

63.3(4) Vienet R. Enrages and Situationists in the Occupation Movement, France, May’68. — N.-Y.: Autonomedia; L.: Rebel, 1992. — 157 p.: ill. A86

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63.3(5) The Vietnam Reader/ Ed. by W. Capps. — N.-Y.-L.: Routledge, 1991. — 318 p. 2222

63.3(2) Vishniak M. Antisemitism in Tsarist Russia. — N.-Y., 1946. — p. [121-144]. B3x

66.72 A Visit to Kosova. Report of a trade union delegation to Kosova, 3-11 December 1998. — Durham, 1998. B3

66.69(70) iViva Zapata! The EZLN in Their Own Words/ Zapatista Solidarity Committee. — 15+6 p.: ill. E7

26.89(5) Vogel E.F. Japan as Number One: Lessons for America. — Cambridge (MA)-L.: Harvard University, 1979. — 272 p. 1082

60.52(7) Vogel V.J. This Country Was Ours: A documentary history of the American Indian. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1974. — 473 p. 921

 

 

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63.3(2) Wade R.A. The Russian Search for Peace: February-October 1917. — Stanford: Stanford Unievrsity, 1969. — 196 p. 1222

Wagner D. What’s Love Got to Do with it? A Critical Look at American Charity. – N.-Y.: New Press, 2000. – 210 p. 2734

63.3(7) Waite P.B. The Life and Times of Confederation, 1864-1867: Politics, Newspapers, and the Union of British North America. — Toronto: University of Toronto, 1965. — 379 p. 1784

71 Wald A.M. The Responsibility of Intellectuals: Selected essays on marxist traditions in cultural commitment. — New Jersey: Humanities, 1992. — 250 p. 2143

92 Walnut Publishing. 1994-1995. Catalogue. — San Francisco. B3

66.74 Wang D., Jaquith C. FBI vs. Women. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1977. — 47 p.: ill. B3

63.3(4) Warren F.A. An Alternative Vision: The Socialist Party in the 1930s. — Blomington-L.: Indiana University, 1974. — 273 p. 1725

66.72 Waterman P. Social-Movement Unionism: A New Union Model for a New World Order? – 1993. B3

20.1 Watson D. Beyond Bookchin: Preface for a Future Social Ecology. — Broklyn: Autonomedia, 1996. — 249 p. 1845

67.412 We Charge Genocide: The Historic petition to the United Nations for relief from a crime of the United States government against the Negro people/ Civil Rights Congress. — N.-Y., 1952. — 237 p.: 1 ill. 1018

66.69(70) "We Do Not Fear Death nor the Judgement of History". EZLN Mobilization: December 1994/ National Commission for Democracy in Mexico, U. S. — El Paso, s. a. — 25 p.: ill. E7

63.3(4) Weinstein H.R. Jean Jaures: A Study of patriotism in the French socialist movement. — N.-Y.: Columbia University, 1936. — 200 p.: 1 front. portr. 855õ

Weissman S. Marc Zborowski: The Âanality of Cowardice. – 2000. B3

83 Weissman S. Victor Serge: The course is set on hope. — L.-N.-Y.: Verso, 2001. — 364 p.: ill. 2095

65.272(4) Welfare Trends in the Scandinavian Countries/ Ed. by E.J. Hansen et al. — Armonk-L.: M.E. Sharpe, 1993. — 418 p. 1457

66.69 What Do We Mean By?.. Syndicalism, Centrism, Sectarianism, Ultra-Leftism, Terrorism/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1989. — (Education for Socialists, No 6.) B3

63.3(0) What Is History Today?/ Ed. by J. Gardiner. — Atlantic Highlands: Humanities, 1989. — 167 p. 1431

66.61(0) What Is Socialism? Answering questions most frequently asked. — N.-Y.: Labor News, 1944. — 49 p. B3x

What’s Class Got to Do with It? American Society in the Twenty-First Century/ Ed. by M. Zweig. – Ithaca-L.: ILR, 2004. – 221 p. 2985

63.3(7) What’s Wrong with the U.S. Economy? A popular guide for the rest of US/ Institute for Labor Education and Research. - Boston: South End, 1982. - 398 p.: ill. A119

66.69 Where Revolutionary Socialists Stand/ Socialismo Rivoluzionario. — Milano, s. a. — ill. E7

85 White A. De-Stalinization and the House of Culture: Declining state control over leisure in the USSR, Pîland and Hungary 1953-89. — L.-N.-Y.: Routledge, 1990. — 195 p. 1580

White J.R.  The Meaning of Anarchism. – Orkney: Cienfuegos, s. a. – 11 p.: ill. B3

66.3(2) White S. Gorbachev and After. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1991. — 310 p. 1427

63.3(0) White S., Gardner J., Schopflin G. Communist Political System: An Introduction. — N.-Y.: St Martin's, 1982. — 292 p. 2093

66.1(0) White Noise: Inside the international nazi skinhead scene/ Ed. by N. Lowles, S. Silver. — L.: Searchlight, 1998. — 89 p.: ill. 2360

63.3(0) Whiting A.S. Soviet Policies in China, 1917-1924. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1968. — 350 p. 1492

66.69(7) Whitman A. Labor Parties 1827-1834. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1943. — 64 p. 1020x

Who Built America? Working people and the nation’s economy, politics, culture, and society// Ed. By Clark C. Et al. – N.-Y.: Worth, 2000. – (American Social History project.)

Vol. 1. – From conquest and colonization through 1877. – 721 p.: ill. 2724

Vol. 2. – Since 1877. – 785 p.: ill. 2965

Who’s Who in NATO: Summer 2002. – Springfield: Defense News, 2002. – 98 p.: ill. A153

87.3 Whyte L.L. The Next Development of Man. — N.-Y.: Mentor, 1950. — 255 p. 823

66.61(4) Wicks H. Keeping My Head: The Memoirs of a British bolshevik. — L.: Socialist Platform, 1992. — 226 p. 2033

63.3(7) Wildcat: Dodge Truck June 1974. — Detroit: Black & Red, s. a. — 29 p.: ill. B3

86.38 Wiley J.N. The Islamic Movement of Iraqui Shi'ass. — Boulder-L.: Lynne Rienner, 1992. — 193 p. 934

63.3(7) Williams E. Capitalism and Slavery. — N.-Y.: Capricorn, 1966. — 285 p. 1107

68.8(7) Wilding Down: The Price of defense/ Boston Study Group. — San Francisco: W.H. Freeman & Co, 1982. — 359 p. 1036

88 Williams S. Women's Psychology: Mental illness as a social desease/ Radical Women. — Seattle, s. a. — 5 p. E7

63 Wilson E. To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History. — N.-Y.: Doubleday & Anchor, 1940. — 502 p. 1489x

66.72 Winning with Workplace Strategies/ Industrial Union Department (AFL-CIO). — Washington, 1986. — 83 p.: ill. E7

66.1(0) Winston H. Strategy for a Black Agenda: A critique of  new theories of liberation in the United States and Africa. — N.-Y.: International Publishers, 1973. — 323 p. 1976

66.5(0) Wistrich R.S. Antisemitism: The Longest hatred. — L.: Thames Mandarin, 1992. — 341 p.: ill. 1759

66.72 Without Borders — Sin fronteras. International conference 1-4 November 1990/ SAC. — Stockholm, s. a. — 66 p.: ill. E7

66.77 Wittner L.S. One World or None: A History of the world nuclear disarmament movement through 1953. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1993. — 456 p. 1966

The Wobblies: Tactics and Visions for a New Workers Movement/ IWW. – Cincinnati: Red Dawn, 2001. B3

83(2) Woehrlin W.F. Chernyshevskii: The Man and the Journalist. — Cambridge (MA): Harvard University, 1971. — 404 p.: 1 front. portr. 1621

66.1(0) Wohlforth T. Black Nationalism and Marxist Theory. — N.-Y.: Labor, 1970. — 35 p. B3

66.69 Wohlforth T. In Defense of Trotskyism. — N.-Y.: Labor, 1972. — 48 p. B3

60.54(5) Wolf M. Revolution Postponed: Women in contemporary China. — Stanford: Stanford University, 1985. — 285 p. 1037

63.3(0) Wolfe A. The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Threat: Domestic sources of the cold war consensus. — Boston: South End, 1984. — 145 p. 717

65.01 Wolff R.D. Resnick S.A. Economics: Marxian versus Neoclassical. – Baltimore-L.: Johns Hopkins University, 1987. – 279 p. 2668

63.3(70) Womack Jr., J. Zapata and the Mexican Revolution. — N.-Y.: Vintage, 1969. — 434+XXI p. 1852

60.54 Woman in Sexist Society: Studies in power and powerlessness/ Ed. by V. Gornick, B.K. Moran. — N.-Y.-Scarborough: Mentor, 1971. — 704 p. 1074

66.74 The Woman Movement: Feminism in the United States and England/ Ed. by W.L. O'Neil. — Chicago: Quadrangle, 1969. — 208 p. 973

66.74 Women: A Feminist perspective/ Ed. by J. Freeman. — 3d ed. — Palo Alto: Mayfield, 1984. — 615 p. 1430

87.3 Women and Philosophy: Toward a theory of liberation/ Ed. by C.C. Gould, M.W. Wartofsky. — N.-Y.: GPPS, 1996. — 364 p. 1954

60.54(70) Women in Nicaragua/ Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign. — L., 1980. — 40 p.: ill. B3

86.2 Women of Spirit: Female leadership in the Jewish and Christian traditions/ Ed. by R. Ruether, E. McLaughlin. — N.-Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1979. — 400 p. 1315

84 Women Working: An Anthology of stories and poems/ Ed. by N. Hoffman, F. Howe. — N.-Y.: Feminist Press-University of New York, 1979. — 269 p.: ill. 2064

66.74 Women's Liberation and the Class Struggle/ Socialist Workers Party. — L., 1988. — 44 p. — (Education for Socialists, No 5.) B3

66.5(4) Workers Aid for Bosnia. — L., s. a. — ill. B3

66.72 Workers' Autonomy. — 2d ed. — L.: Elephant, 1990. — 47 p. 1685

66.72 Workers’ Education and Environment: Discussion Booklets/ International Labour Organization. — Geneve, 1993. A64

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        4. — World Environment Issues. — 37 p.: ill.

        5. — The New Bargaining Agenda. —  33 p.: ill.

        6. — Resources and Glossary. — 30 p.

66.61(0) Workers of the World and Oppressed Peoples, United! Proceedings and documents of the Second Congress, 1920. — N.-Y.: Pathfinder, 1991. — (The Communist International in Lenin’s Times.)

Vol.1. — 587 p. 929

Vol.2. — [587-1147] p. 930

63.3(2) The Workers’ Revolution in Russia, 1917: The view from below/ Ed. by D.H. Kaiser. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1987. — 152 p. 510

67.400.7 Workers Rights Are Human Rights/ Solidar. — Brussels, 1998. — 50 p. A77

63.3(7) Working Lives: Vancouver 1886-1986/ Worling Lives Collective. — Vancouver: New Star, 1985. — 212 p.: ill. 3005

Working under Different Rules/ Ed. by R.B. Freeman. – N.-Y.: Russell Sage Foundation, 1994. – 261 p. 2978

87.3 The Worlds of Existentialism: A Critical Reader/ Ed. by M. Friedman. — Chicago-L.: University of Chicago, 1973. — 562 p. 761

63.3(2) Wortman R. The Crisis of Russian Populism. — Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1967. — 211 p.: 1 front. portr. 1961

Wright E.O. Class Counts: Student Edition. – Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1997. – 289 p. 2994

63.3(0) Wright G. The Ordeal of Total War 1939-1945. — N.-Y.: Harper & Row, 1968. — 314+4 p. 797

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