[Marxism] Leo Huberman Papers now in UO Labor Collection.

Chris Brady cdbrady at sbcglobal.net
Mon Feb 23 21:45:17 MST 2004


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Huberman, Leo: Ax 688
Date: 1937 - 1967
Description: Professor of labor and economic history, labor editor of
the newspaper PM, and editor and co-founder of Monthly Review.
Correspondence and documents in the case of California vs. Earl King,
Ernest G. Ramsay, and Frank Connor (1937-41); documents and memoranda
(1940-41) relating to PM; public relations director's reports and other
papers (1942-45) of the National Maritime Union; correspondence and
documents (1953) relating to Huberman's appearance before the McCarthy
committee; notes, documents, pamphlets, and clippings, relating to Harry
Bridges, Communist Party, Cuba, India, and Socialism; and speeches, mss.
of articles, books, and pamphlets, published works, and books and
pamphlets from Huberman's personal library. Inventory with the
collection. An M.A. thesis by Chris Brady entitled, "Mid-Century
American Marxist: The Progressive Education of Leo Huberman" was written
primarily from this collection in 1999.
Finding Aid: N/A
Related Author(s): Earl King
Extent: 18 Feet
Material Type: Government Documents, Personal Notes and Writings,
Published Books and Pamphlets
Location: University of Oregon, Knight Library, Department of Special
Collections, Eugene, Oregon.
Subject Terms: Communism, Monthly Review, McCarthy, Socialism, Pacific
Maritime Union
Type: Organizations, Radicals






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