Selected Short Works of John Reed
edited by J. Hawthorn
Introduction by Sean McInally-Boomer
Though best known for his coverage of the Russian Revolution in his 1919 book Ten Days That Shook the World, the American writer John Reed was also well known for his journalism, and made many contributions to the coverage and analysis of the left-wing movements of his time. Selected Short Works of John Reed gives readers access to a selection of these lesser-known writings.
- A Taste of Justice
- War in Paterson
- The Traders' War
- Mac – American
- What About Mexico?
- The Worst Thing in Europe
- A Daughter of the Revolution
- Love at Sea
- Roosevelt Sold Them Out
- Whose War?
- One Solid Month of Liberty
- The Structure of the Soviet State
- Bolshevism in America
- The Origins of Workers' Control of Industry in Russia
- They Are Still There!
- Liar of Just Doesn't Know?
- Aspects of the Russian Revolution
- Karl Liebknecht's Words
- From the Revolutionary Workers of America to the Oppressed People of the East
142 pp. 197 g 13.5 x 20.5 cm ISBN 978-1-926878-01-0