American Communist History articles

Volume 11 (2)

Manly Men for Christ
vol. 11 (2): 139-141
The Boss's Catholic Men
vol. 11 (2): 143-145
The Bureau, the Church, and the Party
vol. 11 (2): 147-152
Menaced Men Massing Against Modernity: Steve Rosswurm's The FBI and the Catholic Church
vol. 11 (2): 153-155
Revisiting The FBI and the Catholic Church
vol. 11 (2): 157-159
Shostakovich, the Waldorf Conference and the Cold War
vol. 11 (2): 161-180
Less Than Ideal: Politics, Personal Agendas and Economics in the Making of Street Scene
vol. 11 (2): 181-203
United States Communist History Bibliography, 2011
vol. 11 (2): 205-227
A USA-USSR Experiment in Medical Journalism: The American Review of Soviet Medicine
vol. 11 (2): 229-235
Radicalism at the Crossroads: African American Women Activists in the Cold War
vol. 11 (2): 237-239
Stalin and Togliatti: Italy and the Origins of the Cold War (Cold War International History Project Series)
vol. 11 (2): 239-242

Volume 11 (1)

Editor's Introduction to the Symposium
vol. 11 (1): 1-4
Civil Rights and the Cold War At Home: Postwar Activism, Anticommunism, and the Decline of the Left
vol. 11 (1): 5-44
“The Danger of Being an Active anti-Communist”: Expansive Black Left Politics and the Long Civil Rights Movement
vol. 11 (1): 45-48
Consensus? What Consensus?
vol. 11 (1): 49-53
Why American Historians Embrace the “Long Civil Rights Movement”
vol. 11 (1): 55-58
Déjà Vu All Over Again
vol. 11 (1): 59-62
The Final Conflict? On the Scholarship of Civil Rights, the Left and the Cold War
vol. 11 (1): 63-80
Catching Louis Fraina: Loyal Communist, US Government Informant or British Agent?
vol. 11 (1): 81-99
Communist and Homosexual: The FBI, Harry Hay, and the Secret Side of the Lavender Scare, 1943–1961
vol. 11 (1): 101-124
Know your Enemy: The Rise and Fall of America's Soviet Experts
vol. 11 (1): 125-127
Irving Howe and the Critics: Celebrations and Attacks; Politics and the Intellectual: Conversations with Irving Howe; The Worlds of Irving Howe: The Critical Legacy
vol. 11 (1): 127-131
Alger Hiss: Why He Chose Treason
vol. 11 (1): 131-134

Volume 10 (3)

Editorial Board
vol. 10 (3): 0-0
Goldberg and Hoover: How Two Disparate Washington Insiders Resolved a McCarthy-Era Problem to Mutual (and the Nation's) Advantage
vol. 10 (3): 205-227
The Geography of the Blacklist: The Case of Howard Fast
vol. 10 (3): 229-261
Great Importance World-Wide: Presidential Decision-Making and the Executions of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
vol. 10 (3): 263-284
“Marxist Publisher” by James S. Allen; Edited, and with an Introduction by Peter Meyer Filardo
vol. 10 (3): 285-315
I Dreamed I Saw Joe Stalin Last Night: The Music of the Popular Front
vol. 10 (3): 317-325
The Enemy Within: A Short History of Witch-Hunting
vol. 10 (3): 327-328
The Korean War: A History
vol. 10 (3): 329-332
The Liberal Hour: Washington and the Politics of Change in the 1960s
vol. 10 (3): 332-334
A Bubble in Time: America During the Interwar Years, 1989–2001
vol. 10 (3): 334-336

Volume 10 (1)

“I see the flag in all of that”—Discussions on Americanism and Internationalism in the Making of the San Francisco Monument to the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Huhle, Teresa, vol. 10 (1): 1-33
“United We Spend: Communist Women and the 1935 Meat Boycott”
Lynn, Denise, vol. 10 (1): 35-52
Grappling with Secularism: Anti-Communism and Catholicism in Cold-War Detroit
Doody, Colleen, vol. 10 (1): 53-71
United States Communist History Bibliography, 2010
Filardo, Peter Meyer, vol. 10 (1): 73-90
The Staughton Lynd Factor: A Dispatch from the Frontline Trenches of Higher Education in Middle America
Howard, Walter T., vol. 10 (1): 91-99
Work and Sing: A History of Occupational and Labor Union Songs in the United States
Wells, Robert V., vol. 10 (1): 101-103
Visions of Progress: The Left-Liberal Tradition in America
Rosenberg, Daniel, vol. 10 (1): 103-105