ETOL Writers: Albert Glotzer

Albert Glotzer

Albert Glotzer


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April 1929: To the Y.W.L. Convention – A Statement of the Expelled Communist Youth (with 32 others)

November 1929: A Stalinist Defeat in Staunton

January 1930: Naval Bases and Imperialism

March 1930: Haiti Struggles

March 1930: London Naval Debacle

March 1930: Lovetone’s Whining Baby

March 1930: The Militarization of the American Youth

April 1930: The Events in India

June 1930: Back to Lenin! Manifesto to the Rank and File and Seventh National Convention of the C.P.U.S.A. (with James P. Cannon & 5 others)

June 1930: Communist Youth and the Left Opposition

February 1931: The Trend of the Economic Crisis

March 1931: Gandhi Makes His Peace with Imperialism

May 1931: Seasonal Improvement – Where?

June 1931: Student Youth and the Workers Movement

September 1931: The Youth Thesis

December 1931: The Conspiracy Against the R.R. Workers

January 1932: A Sojourn With Comrade Leon Trotsky

January 1932: The Struggle for Power in Germany

February 1932: The Presidential Elections in Germany

April 1932: Impressions of a National Tour

April 1932: The Strange Career of Mr. Hoover (book review)

August 1932: Great Britain and the U.S. at Ottawa

November 1932: Stalinists Make Right About Face in Chicago Unemployed United Front

December 1932: Stalinist Zig-zags on the Chicago Conference

January/February 1933: Confusion Marks Stalinist Policy on Fight Against War

March 1933: Kincaid Miners Up for Trial (as A.G.)

March 1933: Nearing – Stalin Apologist on Germany

April 1933: Chicago Meet Adopts Joint Protest (as A.G.)

April 1933: The S.P.’s Continental Congress

May 1933: National Mooney Meet Lays Basis for Broad Fight

June 1933: P.M.A. in Perspective

September 1933: A Criticism of the Militant (letter, as A.G.)

September 1933: Two Internationals

March 1934: Revolutionary Youth Meet in International Conference

May 1934: Before the Socialist Party Convention

May 1934: Before the Detroit Convention of the Socialist Party – 2. The Paris Conference of the 2nd International

June 1934: Positions of Conflicting Groups in the Socialist Party – 3. The R.P.C. and Its Program

September 1935: Trends in Wage Levels

April 1936: What Shall Our War Program Be? (as Samuel Adams)

June 1936: The French Elections – To Socialism or Fascism?

August 1937: Removed Satir as Labor Secy. in Cook County

January 1938: Judge Wham Fines Illinois Miners for Alleged Conspiracy (as Albert Gates)

April 1938: Illinois C.P. Backs Kelly’s Man for Senate (as Albert Gates)

August 1938: Browder’s Two Roosevelts (as Albert Gates)

September 1938: The Myth of Isolation (as Albert Gates)

October 1938: First Youth Conference Was Held in Chicago in November 1929 (as Albert Gates)

November 1938: The War Mobilization Plan (as Albert Gates, with M.J. Michaels)

February 1939: Chicago Primary Candidates Avoid Main Issues (as Albert Gates)

March 1939: Labor Skates Back Mayor Kelly in Chicago Primary (as Albert Gates)

April 1939: Union Leaders Help Kelly Get Close Victory (as Albert Gates)

May 1940: Labor Action May Day Issue Completely Sold (as Albert Gates)

June 1940: A New Horizon for American Imperialism (as Albert Gates)

July 1940: Hemisphere Control Is U.S. Plan (as Albert Gates)

July 1940: New Taxes Add to War Burden on U.S. Masses (as Albert Gates)

July 1940: Roosevelt Actions Push Nation Further Along Path to War (as Albert Gates)

August 1940: The Inter-American Cartel (as Albert Gates)

August 1940: The Pan-American Conferees Bow to Hemisphere Control by White House (as Albert Gates)

September 1940: Sixteen Years Of Terror (as Albert Gates)

September 1940: Speech Delivered at N.Y. [Trotsky] Memorial Meeting (as Albert Gates)

November 1940: The U.S. Empire – Its History (as Albert Gates)

December 1940: The Acquisition of Samoa (as Albert Gates)

December 1940: Hawaii – Land of Sugar and Pineapples 1 (as Albert Gates)

December 1940: Hawaii – Land of Sugar and Pineapples 2 (as Albert Gates)

February 1941: War With Spain – Empire Comes of Age (as Albert Gates)

April 1941: German Society and Capitalism (as Albert Gates)

May 1941: German Society and Capitalism – II (as Albert Gates)

July 1941: Burnham and His Managers (as Albert Gates) (extended book review)

July 1941: Hitler’s Attack on Russia – A New Turn in the War (as A.G.)

August 1941: Burnham and His Managers – II (as Albert Gates) (extended book review)

September 1941: Memoirs vs. Hitler (as Albert Gates) (book review)

November 1941: Modern War and Economy (as Albert Gates) (extended book review)

November 1941: A Telescopic History (as Albert Gates) (book review)

December 1941: “The Struggle for Freedom” (as A.G.) (editorial)

December 1941: Germany and Soviet Property (as A.G.) (editorial)

December 1941: Once Again, the German Economy (as A.G.) (editorial)

January 1942: The War To Save “Democracy” ... and Jim Crow! (as Albert Gates)

February 1942: Congressional Sideshow Reveals Profit Grab-bag (as Albert Gates)

February 1942: An Economic Review of 1941 (as Albert Gates)

February 1942: How the Dutch Exploit the East Indies – Fabulous Profits Wrung from Native Slaves (as Albert Gates)

February 1942: The Issue of Labor Unity (as A.G.)

February 1942: Our White “Democracy” (as A.G.)

February 1942: The Truman and Vinson Reports (as A.G.)

April 1942: New International Letter to The Nation on War Position (as Albert Gates)

April 1942: War and the Colonial Peoples (as A.G.)

May 1942: Roosevelt’s Economic Program (as A.G.)

June 1942: James Connolly, Irish Socialist Rebel (as Albert Gates)

June 1942: Wallace and the People’s War (as A.G.)

July 1942: Bourgeois New Worlds (book review, as Albert Gates)

July 1942: Nazi Pogroms Threaten Unarmed Palestine Jews (as Albert Gates)

July 1942: Odell Waller (as A.G.)

July 1942: PM on Germany (as A.G.)

July 1942: Rep. May Speaks Out (as A.G.)

September 1942: The Fourth Year of the War (as A.G.)

September 1942: Inquilah Zindabad! (as A.G.)

September 1942: The Roosevelt Message (as A.G.)

October 1942: British and Nazis Carry On Harmoniously in World Bank (as Sam Adams)

October 1942: Current Economic Developments in Germany (as Albert Gates)

October 1942: Discussion on Congress (as A.G.)

November 1942: Stalinist Diplomacy and the War (as Albert Gates) (extended book review)

November 1942: U.S. Landings in Africa Mark New Phase in War (as Sam Adams)

December 1942: After Pearl Harbor (as A.G.)

December 1942: Return of a Scoundrel (as Sam Adams)

February 1943: The Cost of the War (as Sam Adams)

February 1943: North Africa Interlude (as A.G.)

February 1943: Russia’s War Aims (as A.G.)

March 1943: Murder as a Political Weapon (as A.G.)

March 1943: Small Business in Descent (as Sam Adams)

April 1943: The Roosevelt Edict (as A.G.)

May 1943: The Future – Expert Predicts Mass of Jobless (as Albert Gates)

May 1943: The Meaning of the Miners’ Fight (as A.G.)

May 1943: A Mission in Fraud – Falsification by Hollywood Historians (as A.G.)

May 1943: Prices – Miners’ Wage Struggle Brings Issue to a Head! (as Albert Gates)

May 1943: Stalin Announces the ‘Dissolution’ of the Communist International – He Long Ago Destroyed It as an Instrument of Socialism! (as Albert Gates)

May 1943: Unemployment – A Post-War Prospect (as Albert Gates)

May 1943: The War – FDR and Churchill in Fifth Conference (as Sam Adams)

June 1943: Issues on the National Question (as Albert Gates)

June 1943: Once Again, The Miners’ Fight (as A.G.)

June 1943: Race Discrimination – National Policy and Practice (as Albert Gates)

June 1943: Stalin Dissolves the Comintern (as Sam Adams)

June 1943: Tresca Murderer Still at Large (as Albert Gates)

June 1943: Workers, Fight Political Reaction! Build a Labor Party (as Albert Gates)

July 1943: Argentina – A ‘Revolution’ and a Few Lessons (as Sam Adams)

July 1943: Exposing More Merchants of Death – Now It Is Curtiss-Wright (as Sam Adams)

July 1943: The Facts on Profits, Salaries and Your Wages (as Sam Adams)

July 1943: Prices Are Rising! (as Albert Gates)

August 1943: Crucial Problems Face Workers at UAW Convention (as Albert Gates)

August 1943: F.D.R. Strikes at Labor Through WLB and Draft (as Sam Adams)

August 1943: Italian Workers Strike to End War and Oust King (as Sam Adams)

August 1943: The Meaning of Italian Fascism (as Sam Adams)

August 1943: UAW Convention Faces Issue of No-Strike Pledge (as Albert Gates)

August 1943: What Labor Day ’43 Means to the Workers (as Carl Davis)

September 1943: Anti-Labor Forces Plan to Bar All Strike Votes (as Sam Adams)

September 1943: Browder and Speed-Up “Engineer” Join Hands For Incentive Pay Scheme (as Sam Adams)

September 1943: Incentive Pay and UAW Convention (as Albert Gates)

September 1943: Sen. Truman Hits Back at N.Y. Times (as Carl Davis)

September 1943: The Struggle for Power in the UAW (as Albert Gates)

October 1943: Does America Have a Foreign Policy? (as Sam Adams)

October 1943: Greetings, Auto Workers! (as Albert Gates)

October 1943: Labor Faces 10% Sales Tax! (as Sam Adams)

October 1943: A Pamphlet Plugging for the Socialist Ideal (as Sam Adams)

October 1943: Rivals Fight Over Share of Post-War Profits (as Carl Davis)

October 1943: Wages Are a Poor Reward For Labor (as Albert Gates)

October/November 1943: Politics in the Stratosphere (as Albert Gates)

November 1943: Badoglio Tells His Thoughts on Democracy (as Carl Davis)

November 1943: De Gaulle, the Allies, and the Press (as Sam Adams)

November 1943: Earl Browder Champions Incentive Pay (as Albert Gates)

November 1943: The Newspaper PM Writes on Anti-Semitism (as Carl Davis)

November 1943: Russian Demands Before Three Power Conference (as Sam Adams)

November 1943: Who Will Be the Builders of the New Germany? (as Carl Davis)

December 1943: British Reject Aid to Famine-Stricken Indian People (as Sam Adams)

December 1943: Editor’s Comments (as Albert Gates)

December 1943: A Historical Treasure (as Sam Adams) (book review)

January 1944: Rail and Steel Workers Drive for Higher Wages (as Carl Davis)

February 1944: Hillman and Stalinists Bring ALP to Verge of Crack-Up (as Albert Gates)

April 1944: Browder Glad NAM Talks Like Him (as Albert Gates)

April 1944: A Professor Says Facts Are Not “Scientific” (as Sam Adams)

May 1944: Fourth Anniversary of the Workers Party (as Albert Gates)

May 1944: The Struggle for Independent Labor Political Action (as Sam Adams)

June 1944: Fighting Spirit Marks Brewster Union Mass Meeting (as Sam Adams)

June 1944: Invasion – New Stage in the War (as Albert Gates)

July 1944: Capitalist Reconversion Plans Mean: Back to Apple-Selling Days (as Albert Gates)

July 1944: Europe and the Revolutionary Party (as Albert Gates)

July 1944: Labor Lookout (as Sam Adams)

July 1944: Subway Mystery (as Carl Davis)

July 1944: Ten Million Unemployed Normal, Say Experts (as Albert Gates)

July 1944: Winnie Wants Less Ideology – More Empire (as Sam Adams)

August 1944: Tasks of the Present Period (as Albert Gates)

August 1944: We Reply to the Buffalo CIO Council (as Albert Gates)

September 1944: France in Ferment as People Demand Sweeping Changes (as Sam Adams)

September 1944: 6th Year of War Shows Need for Socialism! (as Carl Davis)

October 1944: Ford’s Flunkey Finances Gerald L.K. Smith (as Carl Davis)

October 1944: Russia and Iranian Oil (as Albert Gates)

October 1944: U.S. Workers: Aid Our Anti-Hitler German Brothers (as Albert Gates)

October 1944: What Happened at the U.E. Meeting (as Albert Gates)

November 1944: The Big 3 and Iranian Oil (as Albert Gates)

November 1944: Japan – Not a Mysterious Land at All (as Carl Davis)

November 1944: Pappy O’Daniel Passes the Biscuits – to Big Business! (as Sam Adams)

November 1944: Stalin’s Hand of Empire Reaching Into Iran Oil Fields (as Albert Gates)

November 1944: Still Stalling on Wages! (as Albert Gates)

November 1944: War Labor Board – AFL Right in Fight to Revise Little Steel (as Sam Adams)

December 1944: Atlantic Charter Just So Many Words on Paper (as Albert Gates)

December 1944: Belgium – Pierlot Government Servant of Monopolists (as Sam Adams)

December 1944: “Liberating” Europe’s Masses – By Hand-Picking the Italian Government (as Sam Adams)

December 1944: PM Laments, CP Lauds New State Dep’t (as Carl Davis)

December 1944: R.J. Thomas – Caught in WLB Revolving Door (as Sam Adams)

December 1944: Russia – Twenty-Seven Years of Foreign Policy (as Carl Davis)

January 1945: Kerensky Makes a Lawyer’s Defense of Russia and Atlantic Charter (as Albert Gates)

January 1945: Stalin’s Lackey Aids de Gaulle Disarm Militia (as Carl Davis)

February 1945: French CP Now Critical of de Gaulle (as Carl Davis)

February 1945: It Certainly Can Happen Here! (as Carl Davis)

February 1945: London Labor Conference Echoes Big 3 Imperialism (as Sam Adams)

February 1945: Post-War Full Employment – FDR’s Plan vs. Workers Party Plan (as Sam Adams)

February 1945: Power Politics Reigns! (as Albert Gates)

February 1945: Review of The First Round Points to Need of Labor Party for Fight to Finish! (as Albert Gates)

February 1945: Shadow Boxing Over Mont’y Ward Dispute (as Albert Gates)

March 1945: From Vinson to Davis to Taylor (as Sam Adams)

March 1945: Jacques Doriot, a Communist Turned Fascist (as Carl Davis)

March 1945: Labor – Follow Textile Workers, Quit WLB! (as Sam Adams)

March 1945: Yalta Divided Up the Planet (as Albert Gates)

April 1945: Against Labor-Capital Unity! (as Sam Adams)

April 1945: Labor Action in Review (as Albert Gates)

April 1945: Some Dangerous Lies About the German Working People (as Albert Gates)

May 1945: An Analysis of the Fascist System (as Sam Adams)

May 1945: The End of the European War (unsigned)

May 1945: Hitler Is Gone; Fight for Freedom Begins! (as Albert Gates)

May 1945: Il Duce Is Dead! Bravo! Italian Partisans (as Sam Adams)

May 1945: The Mainsprings of Russian Imperialist Policy (as Albert Gates)

May 1945: The War Ends in Europe! (as Albert Gates)

May 1945: The World Trade Union Conference (as Albert Gates)

June 1945: Big 4 Smell of Oil in Syria-Lebanon Dispute (as Sam Adams)

June 1945: Labor Beware The Latest Communist “Turn” (as Albert Gates)

June 1945: Slap at Browder Signal for CP Change of Line (as Albert Gates)

June 1945: Trial of Sixteen Poles Shows Moscow Domination of Poland (as Albert Gates)

July 1945: More Confessions by CP Misleaders (as Albert Gates)

July 1945: Russia Goes After Bases in Turkey (as Sam Adams)

July 1945: Stalin’s “New” Poland (as Albert Gates)

August 1945: Atomic Bomb Shows Why Socialism Is Necessary (as Albert Gates)

August 1945: Potsdam Decisions Guarantee New Wars (as Carl Davis)

August 1945: The War Is Over! (as Albert Gates)

August 1945: Why Russia Joined the War on Japan (as Sam Adams)

September 1945: Detroit Active Workers Conference of Workers Party (as Albert Gates)

September 1945: Stalin and the Kurile Islands – 1 (as Albert Gates)

September 1945: Stalin and the Kurile Islands – 2 (as Albert Gates)

September 1945: Stalin Levies an Imperialist Peace on China (as Carl Davis)

September 1945: Unravelling the Balkan Riddle (as Sam Adams)

September 1945: U.S. and British Imperialism at Work in Asia – Korea (as Sam Adams)

October 1945: Ben Davis, No Labor Candidate (as Albert Gates)

October 1945: James P. Cannon as Historian (as Albert Gates)

November 1945: Behind the “Civil War” in China (as Sam Adams)

November 1945: Truman Opposes Labor’s Demand to Maintain War Take-Home Pay (as Albert Gates)

January 1946: Koreans Fight Big Three Trusteeship (as Carl Davis)

January 1946: The Nature of the Chinese “Civil War” (as Albert Gates)

March 1946: Reply to Judd (as Albert Gates)

April 1946: Can U.S. Post-War Capitalism Provide Jobs for Everybody? (as Albert Gates)

April 1946: Get Behind Drive for a Bigger, Better L.A.! (as Albert Gates)

April 1946: Labor Action Embarks Upon Its Sixth Year as the Champion of International Socialism (as Albert Gates)

August 1946: The Meaning Of Self-Determination (as Albert Gates)

August 1946: Navy Seeks to Dull Atom Bomb Fears (as Carl Davis)

August 1946: The Heritage of Leon Trotsky (as Albert Gates)

August 1946: How the “Old Man” Wrote the History (as Albert Gates)

August 1946: The Recent Strike Struggles and the Political Tasks of American Labor (as Albert Gates)

August 1946: Reparations – New Blow at the European People (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: Another Example of Reactionary Stalinism – This Time in Italy (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: The Heroic Period of the Comintern (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: Internal Crisis Forces Stalin to Begin New Series of Purges (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: National Budget Reveals Growth of Militarism (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: National Unrest in Ukraine Behind Stalin’s 3 UN Votes (as A.G.)

September 1946: Rigged Vote Returns Monarchy in Greece (as Carl Davis)

September 1946: Russia Squeezes Slave Labor out of Hungary (as Carl Davis)

September 1946: Six Who Survived – What Happened at Hiroshima (as Albert Gates)

September 1946: Stalinists Embrace Argentina’s Dictator (as Carl Davis)

September 1946: Stalin’s New Purges and Ukraine Independence (as Albert Gates))

October 1946: How Long Will the Post-War Economic Boom Continue? (as Albert Gates)

October 1946: Nuremberg Showed Moscow Trials Were Frameups (as Albert Gates)

October 1946: Peace Was Not on Agenda of the Conference at Paris (as Albert Gates)

October 1946: Wm. Dunne Expelled by Stalinist Party (as Carl Davis)

November 1946: Imperialist Conflicts Sharpen in UN Arena (as Albert Gates)

November 1946: James M. Cain Plan for Authors a Totalitarian Inspired Scheme (as Albert Gates)

November 1946: Jan Christian Smuts – the Pious Bilbo of South Africa (as Carl Davis)

November 1946: Republican Congress Plans a Boost for Big Business (as Albert Gates)

December 1946: Business Profits Hit Record High; Wage Levels Decline (as Albert Gates)

December 1946: CIO Report Shows Validity of Labor’s Wage Demand (as Albert Gates)

December 1946: On the Group Recently Expelled from the Communist Party (series) (as Carl Davis):

December 1946: Why Workers Should Not Defend Stalin’s Russia (as Albert Gates)

January 1947: Critical Opposition Rises in the Stalinist Party (as Carl Davis)

January 1947: NMU Struggle Goes to Ranks; Curran Meets Stalinist Attack (as Albert Gates)

January 1947: Note on Jewish-Arab Position (as Albert Gates) (letter)

January 1947: Truman Reports on Labor, Budget and Taxes Before 80th Congress – The Budget (as Albert Gates)

January 1947: Why the CIO-Nathan Report Threw the NAM Into a Panic (as Albert Gates)

February 1947: Gerhart Eisler – A Key Figure in the GPU Gang (as Albert Gates)

April 1947: The Fantastic Nature of the Fight in American Stalinist Ranks (as Carl Davis)

May 1947: CP Opposition Group Must Examine Theory to Find the Source of Stalinist Degeneration (as Carl Davis)

May 1947: 20th Century Fund Study Proves Need for Socialist United States (as Albert Gates)

June 1947: The Anti-Socialist Thinking of the Dissident Stalinist Groupings (as Carl Davis)

June 1947: Democratic Solution of Pakistan Issue Vital to Genuine India Independence (as Albert Gates)

July 1947: On the Significance of Koestler – The Conclusion of a Polemic (as Albert Gates)

August 1947: Taft-Hartley and Labor Politics (as Albert Gates)

September 1947: The Jewish Problem After Hitler (as Albert Gates)

March 1948: CIO Council Split in Los Angeles (as Sam Adams)

April 1948: Everybody Has to Vote in Russia! – What Do You Want? Socialism?! (as Albert Gates)

May 1948: Calif. IPP Boosts Wallace, Blocks Way to Labor Party (as Albert Gates)

May 1948: Sees Error in Judd Column (letter, as Albert Gates)

June 1948: Marshall Plan – Issues Involved in the Discussion (as Albert Gates)

August 1948: The Nature of the Czech Coup (as Albert Gates)

November 1948: Wobbly (book review) (as Albert Gates)

September 1949: The U.E. Convention Fight (as Albert Gates)

November 1949: Hoffman Warns Europe To ‘Integrate’ Economy (as Sam Adams)

January 1950: How Europe Aided the United States (as Albert Gates)

January 1950: Reuther OKs Acceptance of Witchhunt Contract (as Sam Adams)

January 1950: The Relevance of Marxism (as Albert Gates)

February 1950: ISL Launches Fund Drive for Tenth Anniversary (as Albert Gates)

April 1950: Letter to Communist Party (as Albert Gates)

May 1950: The ISL – Ten Years – the ISL Story (as Albert Gates)

May 1950: Variation on a Theme (as Albert Gates) (book review)

September 1950: Verdict on the Moscow Trials (as Albert Gates)

November 1950: Verdict on the Moscow Trials – II (as Albert Gates)

November 1951: Judgment of an Era (as Albert Gates)

January 1952: Judgment of an Era – II (as Albert Gates)

March 1952: Judgment of an Era – III (as Albert Gates)

September 1952: The Horrors of Chambers (extended book review) (as Albert Gates)

November 1952: Unrealized Ambition (book review) (as Albert Gates)

March 1953: A Contribution to Economic Literature (book review) (as Albert Gates)

May 1953: Stalin’s Place in History (as Albert Gates)

September 1953: The ISL Fights Its “Listing” (as Albert Gates)

September 1953: Moscow Under Lenin (book review) (as A.G.)

March 1954: Irresponsibility in Disguise (book review) (as Albert Gates)

March 1954: The Shachtman Passport Case (as A.G.)

June 1954: Crisis of American Socialism (as Albert Gates)

Summer 1955: The Shachtman Case (as A.G.)

Summer 1955: The Nathan Case (as Albert Gates)

Fall 1955: A Studied Failure (book review) (as A.G.)

Spring 1956: Behind the Myths (book review) (as Albert Gates)

Spring 1956: Stalin Goes – His Minions Remain (as Albert Gates)

Summer 1956: Revolution in World Trade (book review) (as A.G.)

Winter 1957: The Eisenhower Doctrine (as A.G.)

Spring 1957: A Complete Bibliography of Marx’s Writing (book review) (as A.G.)

Spring 1957: A Valuable Compilation (book review) (as A.G.)

April 1957: The Case for Socialist Regroupment (as Albert Gates)

Winter 1958: Djilas’ Indictment of Stalinism (as Albert Gates)

Winter 1958: ISL Members to Join SDF (as Albert Gates, with Max Shachtman)

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