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Communist Party of the United States of America


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    • CPUSA
    • Communist Party of the United States
    • Kommunisticheskai͡a partii͡a SShA
    • Mei-kuo kung chʻan tang
    • Communist Party, U.S.A.
    • Amerikan Komünist Partisi
    • American Communist Party
    • Partido Comunista de los Estados Unidos
    • KP der USA
    • K.P. der U.S.A.
    • Kommunistische Partei der USA
    • Kommunistische Partei der U.S.A.
    • Ḳomunisṭishe parṭey der Fareynigṭe Shṭaṭn
    • Communist Party USA
    • קאמוניסטישער פארטיי פון די פאראייניקטע שטאטן
    • קומוניסטישער פארטיי, פערייניקטע שטאטן
    • Yhdysvaltain Kommunistipuolue
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    • Workers (Communist) Party of America
  • Sources

    • found: Hall, G. Los trabajadores y su papel esencial en las luchas del pueb. contra los mono., 1980:in CIP data (Partido Comunista de los Estados Unidos)
    • found: Hall, G. Zu aktuellen Fragen des Kampfes der KP der USA, 1981:t.p. (KP der USA) verso t.p. (...Kommunistischen Partei der USA)
    • found: NUCMC data from Univ. Wash. Lib. for Its records, 1956-1960(Communist Party of the United States; Communist Party, U.S.A.)
    • found: LC manual auth. cd.(hdg.: Communist Party of the United States of America; the Left Wing Section of the Socialist Party was org. July 1919; in Sept. it split into the Communist Party of America and the Communist Labor Party of America; in May 1920 the Communist Labor Party of America united with a section of the Communist Party of America to form the United Communist Party of America and the remainder of the Communist Party of America merged to form the Workers Party of America; name changed in 1925 to Workers (Communist) Party of America and in 1929 to Communist Party of the United States of America; in May 1944 the Communist Party of the United States of America disbanded and was replaced by the Communist Political Association; in 1945 it was recreated as an active political party)
    • found: Der demoḳraṭishe fronṭ, 1938:t.p. (Ḳomunisṭisher parṭey fun der Fareynigṭe Shṭaṭn)
    • found: Reds, racial justice ... 1997:CIP galley (Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA)
    • found: The Communist Party USA, 1998:p. 4 of cover (CPUSA)
    • found: Tie voittoon, 1934:t.p. (Yhdysvaltain Kommunistipuolueen ...)
    • found: Wikipedia website, 26 January 2015(the Progressive Labor Party, originally the Progressive Labor Movement, is a political party based primarily in the United States; resulted from a 1961 split from the Communist Party of the United States)
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    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
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    • 1979-04-26: new
    • 2018-06-19: revised
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