ETOL Writers: Max Eastman

Max Eastman

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Portrait of Max Eastman



Books, Pamphlets, and Other Works:

Max Eastman’s Address to the Jury in the Second Masses Trial: In Defence of the Socialist Position and the Right of Free Speech, 1918
John Reed, Bolshevik Envoy to the United States – A Character Sketch, 1918
Since Lenin Died, 1925
Leon Trotsky: The Portrait of a Youth, 1925
Introduction to Capital, The Communist Manifesto and Other Writings, 1932
The End of Socialism in Russia, 1938



Leon Trotsky’s – The History of the Russian Revolution, 1930
Leon Trotsky’s – Revolution Betrayed, 1937.


Articles in The Masses:

The Nice People of Trinidad, 1914
The Associated Press libel suit, 1914
Confession of a Suffrage Orator, 1915
The Uninteresting War, 1915
Censorship and The Masses, 1916
A Passionate Magazine, 1917
The Religion of Patriotism, 1917


Articles in The Liberator:

Wilson and the World’s Future, 1918
The Clarté Movement, 1920
Hillquit Excommunicates the Soviet, 1920
Hillquit Repeats His Error, 1921
Bill Haywood, Communist, 1921
Foster, 1921


Articles in The Militant:

Hypocrisy for Art's Sake in the New Masses. Correspondence between Max Eastman, Walt Carmon, Mike Gold, 1914


Articles in New International:

Marxism: Science or Philosophy?, 1935
A Letter to Corliss Lamont, 1938
Burnham Dodges My Views, 1938



Letter to Robert Minor in Paris from Max Eastman in New York City, 2 June 1919
Letter to Miss Mendham, 30 March 1938
Letter to Mr Simon (On death penalty in the USSR), 15 November 1941
Letter to Josephine, 25 November 1945



Max Eastman main archive in MIA

(At the moment there are two Max Eastman Archives – they will be combined in the future)

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