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Right Opposition: Nikolai Bukharin, William Moriarty, Jack MacDonald, Communist Party of the USA, Heinrich Brandler, Jay Lovestone

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Published August 18th 2011
ISBN : 9781157577232
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54 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Nikolai Bukharin, William Moriarty, Jack MacDonald, Communist Party of the USA, Heinrich Brandler,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Nikolai Bukharin, William Moriarty, Jack MacDonald, Communist Party of the USA, Heinrich Brandler, Jay Lovestone, Benjamin Gitlow, Manabendra Nath Roy, Charles S. Zimmerman, Communist Party of Germany, Workers Communist League, Alexey Rykov, Will Herberg, Bertram Wolfe, POUM, Kalmen Kaplansky, International Revolutionary Marxist Centre, Left Group of Finnish Workers, Mikhail Tomsky, Socialist Party, Andreu Nin i P rez, Alsatian Workers and Peasants Party, Barcelona May Days, Joaqu n Maur n, Alex Bail, August Thalheimer, Die Neue Welt, Benjamin Mandel, Workers and Peasants Socialist Party, Archeio-Marxism, Workers and Peasants Bloc, Communist Party Opposition. Excerpt: The Communist Party of the USA (Opposition), led by former General Secretary of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) Jay Lovestone, was a small oppositionist Communist movement of the 1930s. The organization emerged from a factional fight in the CPUSA in 1929 and unsuccessfully sought to reintegrate with that organization for several years. Activists in the Communist Party (Opposition) played a role in a number of trade union organizations of the 1930s, particularly in the automobile and garment industries. A growing disaffection with the Soviet Union in the years after the Great Purge of 1937-38 ultimately led the group to first drop the word Communist from its name before its ultimate dissolution in 1941. The group began as the Communist Party, USA (Majority Group) in the fall of 1929, following the expulsion of Lovestone and his factional cohorts from the CPUSA, before taking on the name Communist Party of the USA (Opposition) in 1932. In 1936 the group changed its name to the Independent Communist Labor League and in 1937 to Independent Labor League of America, reflecting changes in the groups perception of itself from a faction of the official comm...