Comintern book on women —

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Please join us in funding the ninth installment of books in the Communist International (Comintern) publishing series: The Communist Women’s Movement, 1920-1922. We need to raise $3,000 to cover special editorial costs.

The new volume will tell the story of how the Communist Women’s Movement (CWM), under the leadership of Clara Zetkin, Alexandra Kollontai and others (photo above), set out to build something new in history: an international movement to fight for women’s emancipation, and to draw masses of women into the worldwide revolutionary struggle.

 At the heart of this 750-page volume will be the proceedings and resolutions of the CWM’s 1920 and 1921 international conferences. Most of the material has never appeared in English, with much of it never published in any language. The $3,000 needed for editorial expenses relate above all to work at the Comintern archives in Moscow, where much of this original material was found. The book will be co-edited by Mike Taber and Daria Dyakonova,

 We need your help to bring this book to fruition!
John Riddell
Mike Taber
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