Toward Soviet America
Toward Soviet America is a book written by Communist Party, USA Chairman William Z. Foster, in 1932. The book documented the rise of socialism in the Soviet Union, the crisis facing capitalism, the need for revolution, and a vision of what a socialist society would be like. The book also attacks social-democrats and liberals calling them "Social Fascists" because they seek to give the masses concessions in order to calm them and prevent communist revolution. The book was reprinted in 1961 by the House Un-American Activities Committee, as an expose of the purported communist conspiracy. The book remains popular among orthodox Marxist-Leninists and Stalinists.
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