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Economic Deception
as a Political Credo
A  Veritas  Study
2009 Web version transcribed from the
First Edition (1960)

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 Selected References 

Burnham, James, The Web of Subversion, John Day, New York 1954.

Dobbs, Zygmund, “KARL MARX: Father of Modern Anti-Semitism” in Plain Talk, September 1949, pp. 35-38.

Dobbs, Zygmund, Red Intrigue and Race Turmoil, Alliance, Inc., 200 E. 66th St., New York City, 1959.

Flynn, John T., The Road Ahead: America’s Creeping Revolution, Devin-Adair, Y.Y., 1949.

Hazlitt, Henry, Failure of the “New Economics,” D. Van Nostrand, Princeton, 1959.

Hubbard, Bela, Political and Economic Structures, Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho, 1956.

Johnson, Manning, Color, Communism and Common Sense, Alliance, Inc., 200 E. 66th St., New York City, 1959.

McCarran, Sister M. Margaret Patricia, Fabianism in the Political Life of Britain, 1919-1931, Heritage Foundation, 74 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago 1, Ill.

McGrath, William L., Willismson Heater Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, The Communist Issue in the 38th International Labor Conference of the International Labor Organization, June 1955. (Mimeographed document.)

Mises, Ludwig von, Human Action: A Treatise on Economics, 1949.

Moorehead, Alan, Russian Revolution, Harper, N.Y., 1958.

Runes, Dagabert D., Karl Marx—A World Without Jews, Philosophical Library, 1959.

Whitney, R.M., Reds in America, Beckwith Press, N.Y., 1924.

They Told Barron, The notes of Clarence W. Barrron, Harpers, N.Y., 1930.

Proceedings of the Judiciary Committee of the Assembly, State of New York, Legislative Document No. 35, vol. II, Albany, 1920.

Report of the Joint Legislative Committee Investigating Seditious Activities, Filed April 24, 1920, in the Senate of the State of New York, Part I, vols. I and II, Albany, 1920.

Leftist and Other Sources

We must add a note of qualification on many of the references below. Included are some of themost skilled propagandists and political technicians of our time. Their general approach is creating the impression of being honest, scientific and strictly impartial. The enables the highly skilled leftist to put over his own biased position. If the reader maintains a critical attitude, taking no declaration for granted, the deceptions and distortions usually become apparent.

Childs, Marquis and others, Walter Lippman And His Times, Harcourt, Brace, N.Y., 1959.

Cole, Margaret, Beatrice Webb, Harcourt, Brace, N.Y., 1946.

Cole, Margaret, Growing Up Into Revolution, 1949.

Chase, Stuart, Economy of Abundance, Macmillan, 1934.

Chase, Stuart, A New Deal, Macmillan, N.Y., 1932.

Chase, Stuart, Proper Study of Mankind, Harper, 1948.

Fabian Esays in Socialism, Walter Scott, London, 1889.

Foster, Wm. Z., History of the Communist Party of the United States, International Publishers, N.Y., 1952.

Galbraith, John Kenneth, Economics and the Art of Controversy, Rutgers, Brunswick, N.J., 1955.

Harris, Seymour E., Editor, Saving American Capitalism, Alfred A. Knopf, N.Y., 1948.

Harris, Seymour E., ed., Schumpeter: Social Scientist, Harvard University Press, 1951.

Harrod, R.F., The Life of John Maynard Keynes, Macmillan, London, 1951.

Hitler, Adolf, Mein Kampf, Reynal & Hitchcock, N.Y., 1940.

Jackson, Esther Cooper, This Is My Husband, (An account of James E. Jackson, Jr. in the Communist movement.) National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership (Communist), N.Y., 1953.

Keynes, John Maynard, The Economic Consequences of the Peace, Harcourt, Brace, N.Y., 1920.

Keynes, John Maynard, The End of Laissez-Faire, Hogarth Press, London, 1926.

Keynes, John Maynard, General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, Harcourt, Brace, 1936.

Keynes, John Maynard, A Short View of Russia, Hogarth Press, London, 1925.

Lange, Oskar, et al., On the Economic Theory of Socialism, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1956.

Lansbury, George, My Life, London, 1928.

Schumpeter, Joseph A., Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Harper, N.Y., 1950, Third Edition.

Schumpeter, Joseph Alois, History of Economic Analysis, Oxford University Press, 1954.

Shaw, Bernard, Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, Brentano’s, N.Y., 1928.

Strachey, John, Coming Struggle for Power, Covici-Friede, 1933.

Strachey, John, Contemporary Capitalism, Random House, N.Y., 1956.

Soule, George, Ideas of the Great Economists, Viking Press, N.Y., 1953.

Stalin, Joseph, Leninism, International Publishers, 1928.

Thomas, Norman, A Socialist’s Faith, W.W. Norton, N.Y., 1951.

Anti-Semitism in Socialist and Communist Movements

In order to use the Jewish question as a political weapon and to recruit Jewish youth into their camp the socialist leaders have deliberately hidden the anti-semitic emanations of the founders of socialism. The persecution of Jews behind the Iron Curtain today has dramatized this problem. Listed below are some guides for the serious researcher into leftist anti-semitic backgrounds. There is a crying need for a historical study of anti-Jewish attitudes in the leftist camp. Even a cursory examination will show that Nazism and other fascist movements are only echoes of the original socialist position.

Edmund Silberner, “The Anti-Semitic Tradition in Modern Socialism.” In Scripta Hierosolymitana, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1956.

Mr. Silberner’s contribution is a most scholarly analysis of the anti-semitic emanations within the socialist movements. Serious students of this question are able to find further information in the following of Mr. Silberner’s works:

“Charles Fourier on the Jewish Question,” Jewish Social Studies, VIII (1946), pp. 245-266.

“The Attitude of the Fourierist School Towards the Jews,” Jewish Social Studies, IX (1947), pp. 339-362 .

“Pierre Leroux’s Ideas on the Jewish People,” Jewish Social Studies, XII (1950), pp. 367-384.

“Proudhon’s Judeophobia,” Historia Judaica, X (1948), pp. 61-80.

“French Socialism and the Jewish Question, 1865-1914,” Historia Judaica, XVI (1954), pp. 3-38.

“Anti-Jewish Trends in French Revolutionary Syndicalism,” Jewish Social Studies, XV (1953), pp. 195-202.

“Ferdinand Lassalle: From Maccabeeism to Jewish Anti-Semitism,” Hebrew Union College Annual, XXIV (1952-1953), pp. 151-186.

“Was Marx an Anti-Semite?” Historia Judaica, XI (1949), pp. 3-52.

“Friedrich Engels and the Jews,” Jewish Social Studies, XI (1949), pp. 323-342.

“German Social Democracy and the Jewish Problem Prior to World War I,” Historica Judaica, XV (1953), pp. 3-48.

“British Socialism and the Jews,” Historica Judaica, XIV (1952), pp. 27-52.

“The Jew-Hatred of Mikhail Aleksandrowich Bakunin,” Historica Judaica, XIV (1952), pp. 93-106.

“Anti-Semitic and Philo-Semitism in the Socialist International,” Judaism, II (1953), pp. 117-122.

“Austrian Social Democracy and the Jewish Problem,” Historica Judaica, XIII (1951), pp. 121-140.

Communist sources for anti-semitic manifestations are as follows:

Stenning, H.J., Translator, Selected Essays by Karl Marx, International Publishers, 1926.

Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich, Imperialist War, International Publishers, N.Y. 1930. (See page 47—“Bibliography of Marx”).

Marx/Engels, Gesamtausgabe (Berlin, 1929-31. 4 vols. compled by the Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, Moscow.)

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