Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Vol.1, No. 1-12 of "The American Socialist", 1954.
The collection comprises buttons, keychains, flags, banners, and black-and-white and color photographs, negatives and contact sheets related to various labor strikes, commemorative events, political party and labor union election campaigns, women's rights causes, anti-war activism and demonstrations, and socialist political causes.
This collection contains pamphlets, manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera related to labor movements and issues, Anarchism, Communism, Marxism, Socialism, Trotskyism, civil rights, anti-war and peace movements, the Soviet Union and the Russian Revolution, and related subjects in the arts, sciences, religion, sports, economics, education, and government.
The Rod Holt subject file collection, 1959-1997, bulk 1987-1998, contains files on various political and scientific subjects that were created and maintained by Rod Holt, who was Apple employee #5 as well as a socialist, political activist, and the founder of the Holt Labor Library in San Francisco, California. It contains newspaper clippings and photocopies, correspondence, notes, flyers, leaflets, notices, one audiocassette, one floppy disk, and other materials.
The collection contains Internal Discussion Bulletins and Pre-Conference Discussion Bulletins published by Revolutionary Communist Youth (RCY), and Internal Discussion Bulletins and one Young Communist League Bulletin published by the Spartacus Youth League (SYL). Both organizations served as the national youth group for the Spartacist League of the U.S., a Trotskyist political organization, from 1971-1986.
The collection reflects the activities, statuses, and principles of the Revolutionary Socialist League, a Trotskyist organization that advocated for the unification of the working class, the rebuilding of the Fourth International, and for championing various social causes. It contains Internal Discussion Bulletins, reports, newsletters, position papers, and one Politial Resolution from the organization's Founding Convention.