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Lloyd Billingsley. Hollywood Party: How Communism Seduced the American Film Industry in the 1930s and 1940s. Forum. 1998. 384pp.

Earl Browder. Communism in the United States. International Publishers. 1935. 340pp.

Albert Fried (editor). Communism in America: A History in Documents. Columbia University Press. 1997. 435pp.

Vivian Gornick. The Romance of American Communism. Basic Books. 1978. 265pp.

John Earl Haynes. Communism and Anti-Communism in the United States: An Annotated Guide to Historical Writings. Garland. 1987. 321pp.

T. Michael Holmes. The Specter of Communism in Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press. 1994. 257pp.

Philip J. Jaffe. The Rise and Fall of American Communism. Horizon Press. 1975. 236pp.

Harvey Klehr. The Heyday of American Communism: The Depression Decade. New York: Basic Books. 1984. 511pp.

Harvey E. Klehr. Communist Cadre: The Social Background of the American Communist Party Elite. Hoover Press. 1978. 141pp.

Robbie Lieberman. My Song Is My Weapon: People's Songs, American Communism, and the Politics of Culture, 1930-50. University of Illinois Press. 1995. 232pp.

David J. Saposs. Communism in American Unions. McGraw-Hill. 1959. 279pp.

David J. Saposs. Communism in American Politics. Public Affairs Press. 1960. 259pp.

Joel Isaac Seidman. Communism in the United States: A Bibliography. Cornell University Press. 1969. 526pp.

Randi Storch. Red Chicago: American Communism at Its Grassroots, 1928-35. University of Illinois Press. 2007. 320pp.

Kate Weigand. Red Feminism: American Communism and the Making of Women's Liberation. JHU Press. 2002. 240pp.

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