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American Marxists - Lee Harvey Oswald, Erich Fromm, Herbert Marcuse, Eugene V. Debs, Anti-Flag, John Reed, The Coup, Christopher Hitchens, Joel Kovel, Earl Browder, Algie Martin Simons, Fred Newman, Michael Parenti, John Spargo, Samuel R. Delany, Eric Flint

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 274. Chapters: Lee Harvey Oswald, Erich Fromm, Herbert Marcuse, Eugene V. Debs, Anti-Flag, John Reed, The Coup, Christopher Hitchens, Joel Kovel, Earl Browder, Algie Martin Simons, Fred Newman, Michael Parenti, John Spargo, Samuel R. Delany, Eric Flint, Harry Haywood, Arno J. Mayer, Harold Ware, Morris Hillquit, Ian Svenonius, James P. Cannon, Louis Waldman, Anna Louise Strong, Amiri Baraka, Jay Lovestone, Charles Ruthenberg, C. Wright Mills, Philip S. Foner, James W. Ford, Ludwig Lore, Robert Minor, Hermon F. Titus, Richard Lewontin, Clarence Senior, Victor L. Berger, H. M. Wicks, George Jackson, Eugene D. Genovese, Victor Perlo, Joseph Weydemeyer, Nicholas Dozenberg, Daniel De Leon, Mike Davis, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Clarence Hathaway, Charles S. Zimmerman, Jerry Rubin, Marilyn Buck, Haim Kantorovitch, L. E. Katterfeld, Sidney Hook, David P. Berenberg, Rose Pastor Stokes, Ernest Untermann, Raymond Lotta, William Gropper, Adolph Germer, Maurice Sugar, J. Peters, Moissaye Joseph Olgin, Mary Marcy, J. Louis Engdahl, Alfred Wagenknecht, James Oneal, Jack Stachel, H. Bruce Franklin, Vijay Prashad, John Bellamy Foster, Jacob Burck, Joseph Dietzgen, J. Mahlon Barnes, Oakley C. Johnson, Robert W. Dunn, Ella Reeve Bloor, Burton Hatlen, Michael Hardt, Joe Jones, Williana Burroughs, Adolph Douai, Ellen Meiksins Wood, Dean Reed, Joseph Freeman, George Breitman, As'ad AbuKhalil, Will Herberg, Louis C. Fraina, Bertram Wolfe, Antoinette Konikow, August Claessens, Gerald Horne, Melech Epstein, Boleslaw Gebert, John Gates, Claudia Jones, Algernon Lee, Charles Solomon, Louis B. Boudin, Job Harriman, John J. Ballam, James H. Maurer, Mary Heaton Vorse, Albert Weisbord, Vern Smith, Abraham Cahan, John W. Slayton, Richard Levins, The Proletariat, Eugene Dennis, Paul Sweezy, Michael Burawoy, Abraham Osheroff, James Petras, Maynard Solomon, Olive M. Johnson, David Roediger, Felix Morrow, Lester Rodney, Frank T. Johns, Arthur E. Reimer, Murray Levin, Paul A. Baran, Maximilian Cohen, William F. Kruse, Marshall Berman, John Keracher, Shirley Graham Du Bois, Stanley Aronowitz, William Weinstone, Elmer Allison, James Harris, Erik Olin Wright, Bertell Ollman, Julius Gerber, John Williamson, Askia M. Touré, Mae Mallory, Sen Katayama, Harvey O'Connor, Max S. Hayes, William Mailly, Bert Cochran, Hosea Hudson, Lenni Brenner, Abram Jakira, Cyril Briggs, Hugo Oehler, V. J. Jerome, Samuel Orr, Blues People, Hanna Batatu, William Montgomery Brown, Erwin Marquit, Mike Marqusee, Maynard C. Krueger, William DiFazio, Michael Vocino, Martin Glaberman, Richard S. Fraser, George Rawick, Gus Tyler, Claude Lightfoot, Sam Marcy, Meridel Le Sueur, Morris Winchevsky, Biju Mathew, Olga Rodriguez, Seymour Stedman, Oliver Cox, Nelson Peery, Fred Ellis, Gopal Balakrishnan, Mike Rotkin, Karl Emil Nygard, Peter Cacchione, Frank Kofsky, William Shaw, Joseph Cannon. Excerpt: Lee Harvey Oswald (October 18, 1939 November 24, 1963) was an American who, according to four government investigations, killed John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, using a firearm in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. A former U.S. Marine who had briefly defected to the Soviet Union, Oswald was initially arrested for the shooting murder of police officer J. D. Tippit, on a Dallas street approximately 40 minutes after Kennedy was shot. Suspected in the assassination of Kennedy as well, Oswald denied involvement in either killing. Two days later, while being transferred ...

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Mitarbeit Source: Wikipedia (Herausgeber), Wikipedia (Herausgeber)
Verlag Books On Demand
 
Thema Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik > Geisteswissenschaften allgemein
Sprache Englisch
Produktform Taschenbuch
Erschienen 25.06.2014
 
EAN 9781157424857
ISBN 978-1-157-42485-7
Seiten 274
Abmessung 189 mm x 246 mm x 14 mm
Gewicht 534 g

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