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COMMUNISM OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES SECTION B: THE U.S.S.R.

CONTENTS

EXHIBITS

1. Decree on Peace of November 8,1917, and Other Peace Decrees, The
   Soviet Union and Peace (1930) 
2. Ordinance Assigning Two Million Rubles for the Needs of the Inter­
   national Revolutionary Movement, Gazette of the Temporary Workers
   and Peasants Government, December 13,1917
3. Decree on Land Adopted at the Congress of Soviets, Izvestia, November 8, 1917
4. Decree Against Concealment of Grain, Izvestia, May 14,1918
5. A. Arakelian, Industrial Management in the U. S. S. R.
6. Establishment of the Extraordinary Commission to Fight Counter-
   Revolution, Pravda, December 20, 1917
7. Why Are You Soft?, Bulletin of the Cheka, September 1918
8. V.I. Lenin, Letter to American Workers, August 20, 1918
9. N. Bukharin and E. Preobrazhensky, ABC of Communism, 1919
10. Testimony of Ludwig Martens, Russian Propaganda, Senate Com­
    mittee on Foreign Relations, January 12, 1920 h­
11. V. I. Lenin, Selected Workers: Speech Delivered to the Moscow Organi­
    zation of the Russian Communist Party, November 26, 1920
12. The New Economic Policy, Pravda, March 23, 1921
13. Karl Radek, Soviet Russia's Concessions to Capitalism, The Com­
    munist, April 1921
14. Two Articles on Religion, Izvestia, March 31,1921; October 20, 1921
15. Establishment of the GPU, Collection of Instructions and Orders of the
    Workers and Peasants Government, April 1, 1922
16. Steklov, Republic of Soviets and the III International, Izvestia,
    November-7, 1922
17. Excerpts of Statements by Zinoviev and Kamenev on the Russian
    Communist Party, Recognition of Russia, Senate Committee on
    Foreign Relations, January 21, 1924
18. Family Law in Soviet Russia, Inprecorrj October 18, 1923
19. Nikolai Bukharin, Historical Materialism,1925
20. On the Party Policy in the Field of Literature, Resolution of the
    Politburo, July 1, 1925
21. Stalin Discusses Tasks of Russian Communists, Daily Worker, March 5,
    1924; March 8, 1924
22. J. Stalin,Report to the 14th Congress of the CPSU (D), December 18,
    1925
23. Alexandra Kollantai, Red Love, 1927
24. Alexandra Kollantai, Letter to a Young Comrade
25. Comrade Stalin on the GPU (November 5, 1927), Inprecorr, December
    31,1930
26. J. Stalin, Tenth Anniversary Speech on the International Character of
    the October Revolution (November 7, 1927), Daily Worker, Novem­
    ber 1934
27. Congress of Friends of the Soviet Union, Inprecorr, November 17,1927
28. J. Stalin, Report to the 15th Congress of the CPSU (B), December 3,
    1927
29. Reports to the All Russian Young Communist League on Education
    and Atheism, Red Gazette, May 7,1928
30. Vyacheslav Polonsky, Literary Movement of the Revolutionary Epoch,
    1928
31. Stalin on Deviations November 2, 1928
32. Albert Pinkevitch, The New Education in the Soviet Republic, 1929
33. Stalin Under the Banner of Leninism, Pravda, December 21, 1929
34. G. T. Grinko, The Five Year Plan of the Soviet Union, 1930
35. J. Stalin, Report to the 16th Congress of the CPSU(B), June 27, 1930
36. J. Stalin, Concerning the History of Bolshevism, The Communist
    International, N ovember15, 1931
37. Maxim Gorki, To American Intellectuals, 1932
38. A. Lozovsky, Marx and the Trade Unions
39. Establishment of Diplomatic Relations with the U.S.S.R., United States
    Government Printing Office, 1933
40. J. Stalin, Report to the 17th Congress o-f the GPSU (B), January 29, 1934
41. E. Yaroslavsky, Religion in the U.S.S.R., 1934
42. On the Teaching of History, Pravda, May 16, 1934
43. For the Fatherland, Pravda, June 9,1934
44. Joseph Stalin and H. G; Wells Marxism vs Liberalism, 1934
45. Establishmentof the NKVD, Izvestia, July 11, 1934
46. The Soviet Union Joins the League of Nations, Inprecorr, September 28,
    1934
47. E. D. Manevich, Second Year English Reader, 1935
48. L. Beria, On the History of the Bolshevik Organizations in Transcaucasia,
    July -1935
49. J. Stalin, The Stakhanov Movement, The Communist International,
    December 20, 1935
50. M. N. Tukhachevsky, Sentinel of Peace, 1936
51. Roy Howard's Interview With Joseph Stalin, The Communist, April
    1946
52. Discussion of the Law on Legal Abortion, Pravda, May 28, 1936
53. The Father, Pravda, June 9, 1936
54. Decree Prohibiting Abortions, Pravda, June 28, 1936
55. The Liepzig Anti-Communist Trial and the Terrorist Vermin in the
    Dock in Moscow, Inprecorr, October 3, 1936
56. Comrade Stalin's Speech on the New U. S.S. R. Constitution, Inpre­
    corr, November 28, 1936
57. Pushkin Anniversary Days in the U. S. S. R., The Communist Inter­
    national, March 1937
58. Alexander Pushkin-A Classical People's Poet, Inprecorr, February
    1-1937
59. Joseph Stalin, Mastering Bolshevism, March 5,1937
60. Stalin's Reply on the Question of Victory and Defending Socialism in
    the U. S. S. R., Daily Worker, February 17, 1938
61. History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks), 1938
62. The Soviet Union-Socialist Work Discipline, World News and Views,
    January 21, 1939
63. J. Stalin, Report to the 18th Congress of the CPSU(B), March 10, 1939 
64. G. Friedrich, The Generation of Communism, The Communist Inter­
    national, May 1939
65. V. M. Molotov, The Meaning of the Soviet-German Non-Aggression
    Pact, The Communist International, September 1939
66. Molotov's Statement on the Invasion of the U. S. S. R., Daily Worker,
    June 23, 1941
67. Eugene Tarle, Napoleon in Russia
68. The Katyn Forest Massacre (1941), Select Committee, United States
    House of Representatives, March 13,1952
68A. Soviet Jewish Congress Appeal, World News and Views, September 6,
    1941
69. N. A. Voznesensky, Soviet Economy During the Second War
70. M.1. Kalinin, On Communist Education, 1941
71. Moscow Patriarchate, The Truth About Religion in Russia, 1942
72. U. S. S: R. Unions Score AFL Policy, The Worker, June 30,1943
73. Rules for School Children, Soviet Pedagogy, October 1943
74. Why Coeducation Ended in the U. S. S. R., Soviet War News Weekly,
    November 4, 1943
75. T. Serebrennikov, Woman in the Soviet Union, 1943
76. The Cossacks An Army 499 Years Old, Soviet War News, October 6, 1943
77. Results of the Moscow Conference, Soviet War News Weekly, November
    8, 1943
78. Teheran-A Historical Meeting, Soviet War News, December 8, 1943
79. Edict of the Supreme Soviet on the Increase of State Aid for Mothers
    and Children, U. S. S. R. Embassy Information Bulletin, July 25,
    1944
80. Major General Fomichenko, The Red Arm.y, 1944
81. Developments in Hungary and Poland, U. S. S. R. Embassy Informa­
    tion Bulletin, January 16, 1945
82. Events in Rumania, U. S. S. R. Embassy Information Bulletin, March
    1, 1945
83. Text of Announcement of Crime an Conference of Leaders of Three
    Allied Powers, U. S. S. R. Embassy Information Bulletin, February
    23, 1945
84. S. S. Studenikin, Soviet Administrative Law, 1945
85. A. Sokolov, Democracy, War and the Working Class, May 1945

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