International Council Correspondence - United Workers Party of America

Complete online archive of International Council Correspondence, a council/left communist publication of the United Workers Party of America in the 1930s.

Submitted by Steven. on May 13, 2014

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Steven.

8 years 1 month ago

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Submitted by Steven. on March 8, 2016

Just seen that the order of this is all messed up. I will try to fix.

Also, someone just let us know that a bunch of high res OCR versions of this have now been put online. So if people could give us a hand moving them into this library as well it would be much appreciated!
http://www.aaap.be/Pages/International-Council-Correspondence.html

Juan Conatz

8 years ago

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Submitted by Juan Conatz on March 19, 2016

I'm glad people are posting these, but how they are posted needs a lot of work. At the very least a picture of the cover of each issue needs to be added, a list of contents, and then tags of the subjects and authors needs to be added in.

Here's an example: https://libcom.org/library/one-big-union-monthly-february-1938

It's a lot of work, but without having searchable PDFs, doing it this way at least gives some indicator to people of what is in each issue.

Also the order is screwed up still.

Qasim

8 years ago

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Submitted by Qasim on March 20, 2016

I'll add jpg's of the covers for each issue which have a table of contents, and add tags for authors. Not sure why they're listed out of order though. Also for some reason the issues in volume 1 don't seem to be available although I uploaded them.

Juan Conatz

8 years ago

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Submitted by Juan Conatz on March 20, 2016

A picture of the cover, while actually typing out the contents like I've done here is preferable.

The order is messed up because they are not 'weighted' correctly. I can take care of that.

Looks like there's some revisions that need to be approved in order for the PDFs that were attached to be visible. I can do that. I can also add a picture, list of contents, and tags to the odd numbered volumes, if you could take the even numbered ones.

Again, thanks for uploading these. I've been reading through them as I go.

Qasim

8 years ago

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Submitted by Qasim on March 20, 2016

OK, thanks Juan. I'll follow your lead and do the even ones.

Steven.

8 years ago

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Submitted by Steven. on March 20, 2016

Thanks so much for your help with this, it's amazing!

Juan Conatz

8 years ago

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Submitted by Juan Conatz on April 5, 2016

Looks like a lot of this is done, just a few more to go. I think I'm going to split off Living Marxism into a different parent article. Right now it is labeled as International Council Correspondence, which is not accurate and could be confusing for people searching.

klas batalo

8 years ago

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Submitted by klas batalo on April 6, 2016

Juan Conatz

Looks like a lot of this is done, just a few more to go. I think I'm going to split off Living Marxism into a different parent article. Right now it is labeled as International Council Correspondence, which is not accurate and could be confusing for people searching.

It should then be done for anything that is New Essays as well.

Qasim

8 years ago

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Submitted by Qasim on April 14, 2016

There's a case for keeping it all together given the continuity of the original project. Perhaps your concerns might better be addressed by editing the introduction text to explain the name changes, and tagging everything more clearly with the different titles. Splitting up the material might make it more difficult keep track of things.

klas batalo

7 years 8 months ago

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Submitted by klas batalo on August 18, 2016

https://www.marxists.org/subject/left-wing/icc/index.htm

A lot of the separate articles from these journals seem to be getting put up at the link above as full text articles.