Nuorteva, Santeri. "An Open Letter to American Liberals."
New York: Socialist Publication Society, 1918, paper, pp. 31.
An eloquent plea to American liberal opinion for a humane and
intelligent American policy toward Russia, with a note appended
on the notorious Sisson documents.
Olgin, Moissaye J. Introduction by Vladimir G. Simkhovitch.
"The Soul of the Russian Revolution." New York: Henry
Holt & Co., 1917, pp. 423.
A study of the background of the proletarian revolution—historical, economic, social, political, artistic and personal. The subject matter covers the period up to the February revolution.
"One Year of Russian Revolution." Brooklyn: Socialist Publication Society, 1918, pp. 32.
Celebrating the first anniversary of the founding of the Russian
Soviet Republic, November 7, 1918.
Price, M. Phillips. "The Old Order in Europe and the New
Order in Russia." Brooklyn, N. Y.: Socialist Publication
Society, 1919, paper, pp. 31.
A brief account of the progress of the revolution from the Czar
to the Soviet regime, with an estimate of its constructive accomplishments, by a former correspondent of the Manchester
Price, M. Philips. "The Origin and Growth of the Russian
Soviets." London: People's Russian Information Bureau,
1919, paper, pp. 24.
An invaluable summary of the historical background of the
Soviet system of government.
Price, M. Philips. "The Soviet, the Terror and Intervention."
New York: Socialist Publication Society, 1919, paper, pp. 24.
Contains also "Red and White Terror in Russia" and "The Truth
About the Allied Intervention in Russia."
Ransome, Arthur. "On Behalf of Russia: An Open Letter to
America." New York: The New Republic, 1918, paper, pp.
29. (Reprint from New Republic, July 27, 1918.)
A stirring appeal to the educated classes in the United States
to understand the Russian Revolution and not to be misled by
partisan fabrications. Written by the former Russian Correspondent of the London Times.