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Raichman Canadian communist pamphlet collection
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A new course for Canada

Item is a pamphlet of the keynote address and closing remarks by William Kashtan, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Canada, given to delegates attending the 19th Convention - May 21-24, 1966. Item was published by the Communist Party of Canada.

Alberta Round-up

File contains pamphlets published by the Communist Party of Canada (Alberta Committee). Pamphlets were distributed to Communist Party members and others interested in receiving CPC information. Topics are mostly about Alberta issues but also include national subjects and CPC policies.

Raichman Canadian communist pamphlet collection

  • CA MRUASC C0002
  • Collection
  • [194-]-1979

Collection contains pamphlets published by the Communist Party of Canada/Labor-Progressive Party, Progress Books, and other Canadian communist and socialist organizations and publishers. Pamphlet subjects include the anti-war movement, political platforms, labour, and economics.

The Dean speaks

Item is a collection of portions of speeches given by Dr. Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, in the United States and Canada. The pamphlet was distributed by the Provisional Committee, Canadian Peace Congress.

The federal election : what next?

Item is a pamphlet published by the Communist Party of Canada and written by William Kashtan, General Secretary of the party. The pamphlet is an analysis of the 1972 federal election and what direction the CPC should take in the future by detailing proposed policies for the party.

Unite against monopoly

Item is text of "the keynote address delivered by William Kashtan, general-secretary, to the 22nd Convention of the Communist Party of Canada, Toronto, May 18-20, 1974." The item was published by the Communist Party of Canada.

We fight for Canada

Item is a pamphlet written by Tim Buck, leader of the Labor-Progressive Party. Buck writes about his concern over what he sees as the Canadian government handing over power and sovereignty to the United States.