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THE COMMUNIST

A Magazine of the Theory and Practice of Marxism-Leninism

Published Monthly by the Communist Party of the United States of America
MAX BEDACHT, Editor

Entered as a second class matter November 2, 1927, at the Post Office at New York, N.Y., under the act as of March 3, 1890. 

VOL. IX.  APRIL, 1930  No. 4

CONTENTS: | [[page]]
NOTES OF THE MONTH | 291

AGAINST LIBERALISM IN THE AMERICAN NEGRO QUESTION,,  N. NASONOV | 296

TOWARD SOCIAL-FASCISM-THE "REJUVENATION" OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY, A.B. MAGIL | 309

NOTES ON THE STRENGTH OF AMERICAN CAPITALISM, ERIK BERT | 321

THE POLITICAL BACKGROUND OF THE LONDON CONFERENCE, LEON PLATT | 336

THE CLASS CHARACTER OF WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, ACCIDENT AND INSURANCE LAWS IN THE U.S.A., POOR and ZACK | 350

U.S. AGRICULTURE AND TASKS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY, U.S.A | 359

BOOK REVIEWS | 376

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