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Communist Party of
Australia


Open Letter to the I.W.W., 1920

The Proletarian – table of contents June 1920 to February 1922
     Editorial Comment, first issue, June 1920
     Communist Parties Unity Statements – February 1922

Speech at the 5th Congress of the Comintern, Dora Montefiore, 1924

What is Marxism?, Emile Burns, 1939

Murder Will Out, Guido Baracchi, 1940
Jack Kavanagh joins Communist League Jack Kavanagh, 1940

Prohibitions on Communist Party of Australia Lifted, speech by Attorney-General, H.V. Evatt, December 1942
Dissolution of the Communist International, statement of E.C.C.I. to all Communist Parties, May 15, 1943

The Popular Front
Australia’s Guilty Men and their conspiracy against the Labor Government, Len Fox, 1943
The Story of J. T. Lang, Richard Dixon, 1943
Fred Paterson. Speeches in parliament, Fred Paterson, October 11, 1944

ASIO Surveillance photo 1961: May Day in Sydney

The Controversy over Art
Art and the Struggle, D. Diamond, November 1943
First Anniversary of Marx House, S. Moston, March 1944
Art and the Individual, Kathleen Watson, March 1944
A Further Reply to John Reed’s Views, H.M., July 1944
“Infantile Disorder” on the Cultural Front, John Reed, July 1944
A Criticism of Adelaide’s “Angry Penguins” Vic O'Connor, 1944
Hoax Renders Service to Literature, Katharine Susannah Prichard, March 1945
The Fascist Mentality in Australian Art and Criticism, B. Smith 1946
Controversy on “What Shall We Ask of Writers?”, Max Brown 1946
Art for the People, J.B. Miles, August 1948

Post-War Campaigning
An Outline of Party History Lance Sharkey, December 1944
Foreword to “Foundations of Leninism” Lance Sharkey
The Story of Government Enterprise in Australia, Lance Sharkey and Ernie Campbell, January 1945
Immigration and the “White Australia Policy”, Richard Dixon 1945
The Party As The Inheritor Of Socialist Trends In The Victorian Labor Movement, E.F. Hill, August 1945
History of the Australian Labor Movement. A Marxist Interpretation, E.W. Campbell October 1945
The great coal strike of 1949, J.D. Blake, August 1949
The story of Jim Healy, leader of the Waterside Workers Federation, Rupert Lockwood, August 1951
The Hungry Mile, Tom Nelson, June 1957

Indigenous Australian policy
New deal for the Aborigines Tom Wright, July 1944
Fight for Aborigines Tom Wright, February 1947
Full Human Rights for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, 1967

Fighting MacCarthyism
Communism is in the best interests of the Australian people, Edgar Ross, September 1948
The Story Of The Sharkey Trial, Harold Rich, 1949
Political Charge Against Sharkey, Fred Paterson, 1949
The Party, the Class Enemy and the mass movement, W. Smith, 1950
The Peace Charter and Anti-Conscription, W. Johns, 1951
Ballot Riggers at Work!, 1953
Why I am a communist, Katherine Susannah Prichard, 1956

Rupert Lockwood

20th Congress And The Stalin Issue, Lance Sharkey, June/July 1956
       C.P.S.U. 20th Congress An Epoch-making Event
       Lessons Of The Cult Of The Individual
       Historical Experience Concerning Dictatorship Of Proletariat

Socialism In Australia: Communist View on Democratic Socialism, Lance Sharkey, June 1957

18th National Congress of the Communist Party of Australia, April 1958
       Draft Agrarian Program
       Draft Constitution of the Communist Party of Australia

Penal Powers: Menzies’ weapon against unions and wages, Jack McPhillips, August 1958
The Communist Party and You, Ernie Thornton, October 1958
Education in Crisis, W.E. Gollan, August 1959
The Trade Unions: Communist Theory and Practice of Trade Unionism, Lance Sharkey, 1961
Storm in the tropics: the historic Mt Isa struggle of 1964-65, Pete Thomas, March 1965
Stalin’s heirs, Frank Hardy, January 1969
Taming the concrete jungle: The Builders Laborers story, Pete Thomas, July 1973

 

Into the Mainstream. The Decline of Australian Communism, Tom O’Lincoln, 1985

 

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